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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 1, 1937, Ames, Iowa Today october i 1937ames daily Tribune. Ames. Iowa Page three Fulton Swanson a nuptials announced or. Aud mrs. A. N. Swanson 103 Campus Avenue announce tile marriage of their daughter Helen to Robert c. Fulton son of or. And mrs. J. A. Fulton 2205 cottage Grove Avenue Des Moines saturday evening sept. 25 at Indianola. The Bride is a graduate of Ames school and for the past four years she has been Multi graph operator at the Iowa state College printing office. Or. Fulton was graduated from the Creston High school and attended Drake and Northwestern universities. He was graduated from the american Institute of business in Des Moines and is now connected with the Anderson furniture company in Des Moines the couple will reside in Des Moines. <8 4 4 St. Cecilia To a. Meeting the St. Cecilia Parent teacher association held its first meeting of the year in the school Hall wednesday evening with mrs e. H. Mensing president in charge. Thirty members were present. Following the Reading of the bylaws mrs. Mensing read messages from the National and state presidents and suggested plans for the years work. Mrs. J. P. Laloi program chairman welcomed the Sisters and father Mahoney recently appointed assistant pastor at St. Cecilias Church. Sister Mary Leonard responded for the Sisters and father Mahoney addressed the miss Henrietta Gronlid school nurse who was scheduled to discuss preventative health measures was unable to be present. New officers for the ensuing year Are mrs. E. H. Hensing president mrs Dean Pierson treasurer and mrs. Elizabeth Ual Vin Secretary. 4 a a presbyterian student party the presbyterian students will hold their first All student party of the new College year saturday evening at 8 of clock in the Church basement. Norman Miller la chairman. # a Dairy Dames meeting monday the regular meeting of the Dairy Dames will he held monday afternoon at the Home of mrs. A. W. Rudnick 214 South Russell Avenue. 4 a 4 Paul Stoye club to meet the Paul Stoye club will meet sunday afternoon at 3 of clock at the Home of or. Stoye 382 Lane Wood drive in Des Moines. All members if the club Are requested to be present at this time. 4 4 history Oil. To meet monday the first meeting of the history and literature division of the Ames woman a club will be a division guest Jay meeting monday afternoon at 2 30 in the City Library auditorium. The program topic for the year is a the achievements of women in the history and literature miss Dora Tompkins of the English department at Iowa state College will be the guest speaker and will give a synopsis of the awards and their merits. Mrs. Carrie Hamden of Story City Story county chairman of the Iowa federation of we omens clubs will be present. They Are run hostesses Are mrs Ralph Mayo. It it chairman mrs. Charles e. Groth to entertain mrs. Ralph Carpenter. Mrs. J. D. Botany Circle Springer mrs. Flora Hill miss the botany Calendar Friday Cleman club. Fortnightly club ladies scottish soc Diadema class. Beech Avenue club. Loyal woman a class. Harmony club. Saturday modern literature f. W. C. History amp literature a. Vav. C. Evening div. A w. A botany Circle presbyterian student party monday modern literature f. W. C. History amp literature a. W. C. Evening div. A. W. A Dairy Dames child study a. W. C. Tuesday Book Exchange i. O. O. F. Chapter Aap. E. O. Clara Aplin mrs. J Reid. Mrs Don Morrison and mrs. Henry Brahms. A special invitation is extended to women interested in the division to attend. 4 # 4 maccabees to hold meeting tall Corn tent hive of the Mac j Calumet cables will hold its first fall meeting Friday evening at 8 o clock at the Home of or. And mrs. Clarence Sills 1510 Douglas ave. All members Are urged to be present. A 44 Book Exchange with mrs. Gleason the first meeting of the Book Exchange club of the new season will he a dessert luncheon at 2 0,clock tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. C. L. Gleason. 4 4> 4 Odd Fellows s meeting tuesday Ames Lodge no. 309. I. O. O. F. Will meet in regular session tuesday evening at 8 of clock in the 1. O. O. F. Temple. 4 4 modern literature meeting for monday the modern literature division of the faculty women a club will meet monday evening at 7 30 with mrs. C. A. Oldsen 2137 country club Boulevard. Mrs. F. B. Paddock will be in charge of the program on a new books on mrs. A. A Hammer and mrs. L. T. Brown Are assisting hostesses. # 4 4> Pocahontas club has dinner meeting the regular monthly dinner meeting of the Pocahontas club w As an interesting affair of thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Clara Downs. Following the 6 30 dinner the time was spent informally. Plans for a halloween party were made at this time. Twenty two members were present. 4 4 4 child study meeting monday the child study division of the Ames woman a club will meet with mrs. Keith Rushing 1121 Clark Avenue monday afternoon at 2 30. Mrs. D. B. Wymore and mrs. O. N. Dirksen Are Assi Ting hostesses. The speaker of the afternoon will be supt. J l. Larson who will discuss a your schools and How j with mrs. I. E. Melhus 407 Pear son Avenue saturday afternoon j mrs. W. G. Holman is assisting hostess. 12 projects on Highway letting the Iowa state Highway commis a Stoa will r of Ive bid. On 12 Road projects at its next regular letting Here oct. 12, it was reported Fri a Day. Brides and culverts App noose a 21 culverts on High Way 278 from Highway 60 to Rath Bun. Dee Moines two Bridges and 44 Way 17 South of Rockwell City culverts on Highway 99 from Louisa county line South. Tama adding Concrete spillway to Culvert on relocation of Highway 30 West of intersection with Highway 21. Paving Jefferson a 0.7 mile on Highway 34 in Fairfield. Linn a 00 mile on Highway 30 16th Avenue in Cedar rapids. Ottaw Ottamie a 0 6 mile on Highway 59 Iii Avoca. Scott a 0.3 mile on Highway 122 in Davenport. Grading App noose a 2.1 Miles on Highway 278 from Highway 60 Northwest to Rathbun. Des Moines a 6.8 Miles on Highway 99 to louies county line South. Gravel surfacing of Brien a 3.9 Miles on Highway 133 from mount pleasant to Oakland Mills. Of Brien a 2.2 Miles on Highway 59 from Cherokee line North to a . Chief Breaks in new aide Copeland says new Deal will inevitably Washington sen. Royal s. Copeland a n. Y., critic of Many administration policies asserted Friday that new Deal Success in the 1940 election is a a inevitable and the Only possibility to Avert defeat is by formation of a new party. In a press conference prior to returning to new York Copeland Bald that president Roosevelt sen. Robert m. La Follette jr., p., wi., or John l. Lewis a in that order or in that Are most Likely new Deal 1940 candidates for the presidency. Copeland unsuccessful candidate in the new York mayoralty primary said that the Only Chance to defeat the administration lies in organization of an entirely new political party. He said much of the new Deal strength was attributed to us heavy Benefit payments to Many classes. Copeland conceded that a new party would involve Quot tremendous labor and difficulties but said that he did not believe disgruntled democrats would join republicans in United front opposition against the new Deal As proposed by sen. Arthur in Vandenberg. R., Mich. A a new party would have to agree on a set of principles and would encounter Many difficulties in getting on ballots of numerous states a Copeland remarked. A the new Deal Success is inevitable in 1940 unless we have a terrible Circle will meet new Orlean Fralin becomes the season s sweetest hosiery Shade it s a Bronzy Browne just the tone of those nut sprinkled cakes of Golden Louisiana sugar that Are the South s favorite confection. Infinitely flattering in the sheer Beauty of no mend a Lovely texture. A actus k i Imi awarded damages in court Case Nevada judgment of $500 for the plaintiff in the automobile Case of Crnkovich is. Accola was turned in by a jury of to women and two Mea wednesday in the Story county District court. The next Case on the docket was that of c. A Wood is. B. S. Dickey a dispute Over some Alfalfa seed bought by the plaintiff of the defendant. Smedal and Hegland of Ames represent the plaintiff and Hall and Maurer of Nevada Are counsel for the defendant. The jury drawn for the Case is As follows Paul Coe. Charles Lewen a. S. De Vries i Owell Mattox Arthur d. Bowman. Mabel e. Shellito mrs Harry Mills Keith Rushing Herman Houghland Otto j. Hanson George Maxwell and h. A. Brekke. Trial jurors except these not engaged in the Case of Wood is. Dickey were excused until monday afternoon at i so. John Daniel Miller Hamilton red haired Square Jawed chairman of the Republican National committee was explaining some Quot party business to his new assistant attractive miss Marion e. Martin slightly grading National committee woman from Maine As this picture was taken at the committees Headquarters in Washington d. C. Miss Martin a former Maine state senator will devote most of her time to women a activities Milford in sync nos genuine new Orleans praline Candy samples Given in our hosiery department saturday. Tilden a new courses in radio at Iowa state two new courses in radio broadcasting will be Given at Iowa state College this fall. One course in the speech department taught by prof. Guy s. Greene head of the department the application of principles of speech to radio broadcasting. There will be frequent practice sessions before the microphone and an Opportunity for qualified students to broadcast Over to i. The course is open to senior College students. The second course in the journalism department will be taught by prof. A w. Beckman the course will be offered each Quarter of the regular school year exo eluding summer sessions. Devoted to the principles and technique of editing and writing news for radio broadcasting the course will offer students practical experience. Qualified students will conduct news broadcasts Over Woi. There will be three five minute morning newscasts at 8, to and la. At 12 40 there will he a to minute news summary to be followed by five minute periods at 2 and 3. The final news broadcast of the Day will be another to minute summary at 4 45 In. Plans Are still indefinite for a sports news program. United press dispatches will be used for the broadcasts a it 111 Rome prehistoric elephants had tusks 14 feet Long. Claim Veteran Board Fosters neurotic ills by science service Chicago a charges that the u. S veterans administration has fostered neurotic disorders Amons world War Veteran and is no capable of properly treating psycho neurotic veterans will appear in the forthcoming Issue of the journal of the american medical association. The authors Are two Ohio physicians or. Charles i Aring of Cincinnati and or. J. Fremont Bateman of Columbus who served for 15 months As Neur psychiatric specialists in the Cincinnati regional office of the veterans administration. The psych neuroses from which the veterans suffer Are a kind of nervous and mental disease which Are Reid enable and Are not. In the Ohio physicians opinion Quot permanent and total disabilities Quot however because compensation is Given for them More compensation the More severe the condition the Veteran is not in any Frame of mind to recover. Veteran a organizations and the red Cross have made matters worse by exerting pressure to obtain greater Eom jail sentence for physicians veterans and their representatives for false statements in this regard. Sensation for their clients. The doctors do not advocate a general reduction or discontinuance of disability compensation they hasten to say. Quot we see no reason however a they hate a to cause disability directly or to nurture disability by political methods after cessation of three remedies Are suggested 11 Early diagonals and treatment of psych neuroses in veterans treatment to be Given by psychiatrists on a free basis 2 no More admissions to compensation Rolls for psych neuroses with an unvarying sum fixed for life for those already on the Rolls 3 education of veterans and their Organiza i Lions to the fact that psycho Neu roses Are Reid enable and Fine and Washington a officials of the veterans administration Here refused to make any comment on the Ohio physicians charges until after the have had time to read the article in the journal of the american medical association. Auto fatalities in u. S. Increase eleven percent Chicago a by automobile fatalities in the United states in the first eight months of 1937 were la i percent greater than in the corresponding period last year the National safety Council announced thursday. The Council said 24,520 persons a were killed in Highway accidents through August. 1937, compared to 22,160 last year Quot the increases were equalized by an identical increase in motor vehicle travel making the rate for both periods about the same a r. L Forney Csc statistician said. Twelve of the states reported fewer traffic fatalities this year Maine Kansas Minnesota. Washington West Virginia South Dukoit a Arizona. Virginia Florida Nevada Georgia and Iowa. I 1 male sea horse carries eggs of the Young in a special Pouch. Toht coughs j a to a i it. He within Silvis proved by 2. Generations checks colds and fever first Day headache so minute liquid Tablet Salve Hose drops try a a tub my Tim Quot a world Best liniment a it special meeting i stitch lot Bee i a special meet inc of the Stich a lot Bee has been called for tuesday at 10 30 a in. In the Milford consolidated achoo. Each one la asked to bring a covered dish will be scrutinized by scouts from the noon luncheon. Ireland has St Patrick stamp Dublin up j a new Irish postage Stamps in denominations of 2s 6d, is and 16a Are being made this series will compete the permanent series of the present admin i Stratton. The colors Are Green Ruby and Blue in that order. The design is of Saint Patrick and symbolizes the birth of christianity in i Ireland. Rip or game in Komar Days were operated by water Power. Tuttin a Siva a mull 11l&pi i la Junt eighteen yearn ago we started in business in Ames a and just eighteen year ago the name to blood began to signify Quality and satisfaction in shoes. Now on our eighteenth anniversary after a substantial and satisfactory growth and in expectation of our greatest business year we invite you to celebrate with us. In appreciation on our part we will have Rosea for the ladies visiting our store saturday morning. The new of f Ali jul come in and inspect the new leathers lasts and patterns that Florsheim has created for men w to know what a smart and Wear it most Sty its featuring Sale of Sample shoes 75 pair women a Sample shoes Reg. $6 to $7 value $3.95 sizes 4 to 4l2 urn. Hiitt Hon trim rep hot native will by in tile store All Day saturday with a Large display of newest fall flu a. 40 pair men s Sample Florsheim Reg. $10 to $12 values $7.85 sizes 7, i12 and 8 Lebrown air5iip shoes As seen in Vogue. A Rich earthy Cone to 30 with your new fall out amp re exquisite Youthful modes that Are easily recognized a air step be it rat to Wear this a to a net color hosiery Hollins mgt admiration hosiery for service Economy and satisfaction. In those new blended fait shades to Wear with your every outfit. 8$c and $1.2$ formal slippers for the presidents reception Saturn night or the mail Oiler coming formal affair. Gold Silver Black White and tint $2.9$ Ani s3.85 Wash frocks $1.98 Bright peasant prints or More subdued patterns in Large size dresses or styles that will fit the Petite miss. Ruffled Al \ jul Al Jomn curtains 98c Priscilla flounce style or cottage sets in White coloured figure or coloured background with w Hite figures a Large variety from which to choose. Ulsted suiting 39c Beautiful plaids in worsted suiting for school Street or office frocks. The new dark fall color combinations. 36 inches wide. Special Price on hats for saturday closing out a line of Early Felts at $1.$0 $1.00 Small and medium head sizes. Colors Black Brown. Navy. Rayon pyjamas 98c smart two piece pyjamas in lace trimmed or tailored Styler. Pastel or dark colors. Print or printed patterns. Small medium or Large. Bath sets 98c Bath Rug with seat cover to match wrapped in cellophane package Ideal for gifts. All the wanted color. Printed crepes Viv Jas j. Wjk 69c new fall patterns in the printed crepe that Are the talk of the town. We even have several pos lev patterns. 39 inches wide. Also Plain color i n Novelty weaves. Smart frocks $498 unusual styling in these new fall frocks. Blouse and sleeves attract most attention. Brown Black rust and Green Are the dominant colors. All tiles bed Al a \ liw ii i of Quot a Al $1.00 made of splendid Quality sheeting in the Large size �?81x99�?limited Quantity so buy now. Taffeta <51 tips 98c four Gore slips in lace trim or tailored style. Adjustable shoulder strap they fit perfectly Navy or Tea to

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