Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
19 Oct 1935

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19 Oct 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 19, 1935, Ames, Iowa Fage i we a Wames daily Tribune Ames Iowa Quot saturday october 19, 1935. / Btry better in ames1 state officers speak at dist. Meeting thur. Delegates to the sixth District conference of the Iowa federation of women a clubs and visitors were privileged thursday evening to hear mrs. H. C. Houghton jr., or Hod Oak president of the Iowa federation As a part of the two Day conference program which closes Friday afternoon in a splendid message entitled before More than 200 visiting and local club women at the first methodist Church mrs j Houghton urged her listeners to Quot awake there Are great things to do a Quot what Iowa clubs need to keep them on the straight upward High Way and away from Crossroads if teamwork in thinking a said mrs Houghton. A often it e bring mud in the Highway. We try to Detour and to take Short cuts but we mu1 train ourselves to go by on the straight path that leads toward local news out our was Al mrs. H. In Hughes 202 South Russell Avenue was reported injured in an Auto Accident Thura Day afternoon near Kirksville mo., according to word received Here. The extent of her injuries and de tails regarding the Accident Are not known. Professor Hughes has gone to Kirksville. Mrs Hughes was in route to Columbia mo., to visit with her Mother mrs. A. M. Lego j when the Accident occurred. Or. And mrs. R. G. Kapp were in Reinbeck Friday evening where or. Kapp served As an official at a football game Between the rein Beck and Eldora High school teams. I miss Barbara Apple Louis Soenke and William Terrill members of the Iowa state College bomb College publication staff were in Chicago the past week where they attended the National collegiate press convention. Mrs. Vivian Brashear and miss Tom a a�7 Mea que amp Geom sub that smut have you dome by William Libya Egypt Border gathers fuel for major War 2 British regiments reinforce egyptians. Italian troops tanks planes massed Mere Progress if Iowa is to keep its High Lenora Sater of the household place in the Quot she said Iowa had Given leaders of National importance and had contributed to education literature Arf and music. She mentioned by. B names As miss Agnes Samuelson Grant Wood Oley Nelson Ray Murphy Henry Wailace and Harry l. Hopkins and Many others who have been prominent in National affairs. She told also of the particularly Friendly feeling shown Tho Iowa delegation at the triennial general convention of Federated women a clubs held in Detroit this fan. A individual clubs must be made living fires a mrs. Houghton said. She compared a club to a machines. The fuel was its membership the lubricating Oil. Its program the whistle its publicity and the raw material its new members. Speak at luncheon following the luncheon at noon thursday at the Bungalow Tea room at which time mrs. R. .1. Sylvester of Des Moines gave a re equipment department staff at Iowa state College returned Friday from Chicago where they attended a Home service conference. During the conference it was announced that Iowa state College is the Only College in the United states at present that offers training in Home service work. Or. E. I. Fulmer has just returned from a chemical conference held in Chicago. Doctor Fulmer is a member of staff of the chemistry department at Iowa state College. W. I. Griffith director of radio station Woi attended a committee meeting in new York tuesday called by or. George Zook director of the american Council of education for the purpose of discussing the advisability of organizing an reduce Hon radio Institute. Delegates to the state meeting of the order of Eastern Star Lodge which Wilt open monday in Des Moines from Here will be mrs. H. R lots. Worthy Matron of tin is d t the p13 an Ean be a of it idiom ii Barbwire Fence of Al vellum _ Jara bub it a re b y italian a. Desert a a \. 4d<rysxir \ Oasis a a i in a n Anglo egyptian Sudan a a Vij like a huge Reservoir of gasoline dangerously close to a fire the Border of Lybia and Egypt is being lined with the material that awaits Only a spark from the ethiopian invasion to flare into a conflagration that might involve not Only Italy and great Britain but possibly All of Europe. The map above shows what warlike preparations Are under Way to make this the tinder Box of a major conflict going Over the l of tor horse show sorority hold halloween party port on a the american Home. Ames order and mrs. W. A. He miss Joanne Hansen discussed Fernan. The convention will be in a making Homes attractive a an i session from monday to thursday airs. Helen Taylor of Bloomfield inclusive. The Ames delegates talked on a vitalizing the Fine Art j will go to Des Moines tuesday to of living a the afternoon session reconvened at the first methodist Church at 1 30 with mrs. Garretson presiding. A report of the Fine arts division was Given and prof. Paul Cox of the ceramics division at by a Blate College gave a talk on professor Cox had his pottery wheel with him and demonstrated the making of pottery before the very interested group. Attend remainder of conferences. Others who will attend Pednea Day s and thursdays sessions will include mesdames is Pettibone Arthur Buck. Roy Griffith c. Of. Parley Frank Robotka Alice rut Rick c. G. Cole and miss Jessie Kelley Mary Lou Hemstreet. Two year old daughter of mrs Marguerite Hemstreet was seriously burned mrs. Ell Fowler entertained Mem j hers of the Phi Psi Upsilon sorority thursday evening at her Home Al a Jolly halloween party. A program of games and stunts had been arranged and mrs. Evelyn Sauvain and miss Blanche Cooley were awarded prizes. The heme was attractively decor ated with halloween novelties and the Orange and Black colors were repeated in the appointments and in the menu for the refreshments served at a late hour. Ltd a it Olive Branch Circle meeting members of Olive Branch Circle of Marian Rebekah Lodge met in regular session Friday evening a the Home of mrs. John a amp in amps. Assisting hostesses were mrs. J. A. Mclean and mrs. J. K. Kelso. The name Kelso appeared As Nelson in fridays Issue of the Ames daiy Tribune Rind times. Mrs Mabel Peabody had charge of the interesting program in Tho saturday morning when the hem �?z4 a a a a a arms. Lewis Worthington Smith. I of her dress caught fire. The child evening Des Moines poet laureate of the i had been playing with matches. # she was taken to the Mary Greeley i d. U. V. To hold Hospital after the Accident and it i District meeting Hill a patient there. The annual conference of the the condition of Edward Moon. Sixth District. Daughters of Union vat o suffered a stroke some time it veterans will be held wednesday. Ago at the Home of his daughter j oct. 23, at Mason City. Sessions mrs Roger Felt sub remains unchanged mrs. A. Bakke sent last week a ii i in Perry where she wan visiting with her sons in Law and chs dab Calendar saturday chemistry Circle. I Beta Fhi dinner willing workers. Dinner pail club. Monday St. Cecilia p. T. A. Color Craft club. Art div. F. W. C. Legion Aux. Installation tuesday Bon Temps. Progressive Bridge club. Tuesday club. Tri to meeting. Tuesday Bridge luncheon wednesday Book amp Basket club. Elt a f. W. C. Spoke most interestingly on the work of our Iowa and of volumes which have been published recently containing selected works of Iowa poets. Mrs. Larrabee Speaks a years of achievement a were renewed by a past president of the Iowa federation mrs William Lar i a Bee jr., of red Oak. Mrs. Larrabee gave highlights of the general federation meeting at which she stated were the finest Type of women from every state �?T1 the Union from Alaska and from scleral foreign countries. They varied in age from 90 years to the youngest a 14 year old Indian Dele Gate from Oklahoma on the general federation platform a major portion of the time were women who might be called the Patron saints of the general federation including mrs. Lucr Titi longshore Blacken Burg 90, from Pennsylvania who spoke on birth control at the conference. Quot the nine department chair Mai railed upon 27 of their mrs Larrabee said a and in detail ing achievements theirs us a Story of education of cooperation v it nth a organizations and with the government these report i showed what the Impact of Smalls scoops could accomplish and left us to visualize what 3,000,000 of 4-m.hindered by inaction and ind r Ference might do. Quot there were to addresses by not j cd authorities including such subjects As individual Liberty and i economic Security by or. Waldo Stevens instructor in government at Columbia a the Day of constr a it or. % t. Dunn head of the College of forestry of the univer i sity of Michigan and some social decisions ahead by or daughters or. And mrs. C. H. Ben-1 Nett and or. And mrs. Freeman j Are Host to Smith and son Eugene. Which open at 0 a. In. Will be held j in St Johns Parish Hall there. All members of the g. A. R. And j sons of Union veterans Are also i invited to be present. To members of the tuesday Bridge luncheon club tuesday at a j of clock luncheon at her Home 611 Kellogg Avenue. It i. 4 dinner pall club dance members of the dinner pall club will hold a dance saturday evening a the College y. M. C. A. Special of tests will he or and mrs. P. S. Shearer and or. And mrs. A. L. Anderson. Church St. John s by the Campus Rev. Leroy s. Burroughs Rector 8 a. In. Holy eucharist. 8 30 a. In. Church school. Harn. Matin. Sermon a in tin Days of thy 7 p. In. Fireside social hour for students and friends. Thursday 7 p. In. Choir rehearsal. Bridge club or. And mrs. Orlo Best were hosts to members of the travelling j twelve Bridge club Friday evening at their Home. Bridge was played after the 8 30 dinner. Mrs. Best received High score prise for the women a game j and mrs. E. A. Thomas Low. Everett stauffer held High score for menus games and e. A. Thomas lev Anson Linsey 83, popularly known for Many years Here As Quot Cap a died late Friday at the Story county farm near Nevada. Death was due to heart trouble and old age. Before going to the county farm Linsey lived for Many years at the East Edge of Ames on Lincoln Way. He is survived by an adopted son de of Donald Chicago and a sister mrs. George Burian Iowa Falls. Funeral services were not arranged saturday noon. C. E. Fish Heads Collins Post of american legion Collins a c. E. Fish was elected commander of the Freeland Carver american legion Post St the annual business session held la the masonic Hail wednesday evening. The business meeting followed an Oyster supper served to 16. Other officers Are w. R. Rum Baugh vice commander a. W. Kracht adjutant Clyde Keagle financial Secretary. Or. Kracht was the Only officer to be reelected. The Collins Post is participating in a county membership drive now in Progress. Langland is legion head at Cambridge Cambridge Al o. Gangland was elected commander of the local Post of the american legion i War smut of a �?-inrw.-9r--Tawirmi l we we i h a esp i him Khz i age life of a Turtle has been estimated variously but l. M. Mchenry know the age of one Turtle. Mchenry slowed up a Turtle on i farm. It was the same Turtle on whose Back he had carved his initials 34 years ago. Sunday specials half Fried Chicken creamed potatoes Waldorf salad or vegetable hot. Rolls Coffee soc pops place Comer grand it Northwestern thrilling cd ordination and daring horsemanship Are required to Send two jumpers across in obstacle in Unity As these members of the chilean army team Captain Eduardo Yanez left and Captain Enrique Franco have. They were pictured practising at governors Island for the jumping events in the National horse show at Madison so a re Garden. N. Y. At the annual business meeting held monday evening in the legion Hall. Other officers Are George Edwards adjutant Andrew soaker sergeant at arms Vern Dolph historian. A a a giant chandelier cleaned Rochester n. A a it took eight men a w Eek to clean the great Central ornamental chandelier in the Eastman theater in preparation for the concert season. The Canceller the second larger in the world has 568 lights As Many reflectors and 14,000 separate crystals. Turtle carries Brand 34 years Berwick a. Ufi a the aver a Carbon King your Assurance of Well heated Home phone 6 today the Ames Grain amp Coal co. St. Cecilia p. T. A. Meeting the St. Cerilla Parent teacher county locals and society Slater Slater a t. A holds initial meet the first meeting of the new year j probably from one of the Slater Parent teacher As deep. One surface striation was held monday evening Tay Between great in the school House. Officers named of this time 1 0 supt c. R. f ran cd president of the University of Wisconsin a in closing mrs Jarrup. Read a most appropriate poem a what does she do this Lub women a its Clos my sentence was a she make. The first methodist Rev Walter a. Morgan minister 9.so a. In. Sunday school. 10 45 a. M. Worship service. Re . Quot about the second Ltd the sri in of four sermons on the affirmation of Faith. Organ numbers by mrs Harold Giebelstein Quot ave Maris Stella 2�?� grief a festival March a Black Meyer. Anthem by the chorus choir led by Carl Ringle nerf Quot fear be not o Israel a Roberts violin Solo a andante Reli Giose i Thome by Dorothy Stearns 5 to 7 30 p. M. Young Peoples Glenn i re re Kram Chapel service theme association will meet monday eve j president free Herr in is vice nine at 7 30 in the school Hall. I Jvn mint i mrs. A. J. Reinerton or. H. L. Johnston will give a Quot pm Quot a c ��4. To Mew. Talk on vision and a report of the a Pri Aram numbers which fo1-Dulrlet association k/1 ? r a a a a a meeting at grand Junction Wilt to i Quot "10 a Quot Quot a Uhi re a a. A a eth. He Given by mrs. J. A. Schul. A a Quot a a Quot i a a a r-1&Quot 1�?T&Quot a f j r Alnet Trio Wayne severe on Joe herein Robert Newman vocal duet Arlene and Homer Lewis Piton Solo mrs o Newman vocal 5 i. Margaret Seigmiller vocal duet Donald and David Peterson talk the Hon. Oley Nelson Jake i i stand. Initiation of new teachers was t owe and see discussion groups i re by m. G. Davis and l. H Wilson. Better place in which to at the Hospital world Quot and toward his goal of a Betel Iio Iid she said a a a were in j it Detroit have Ive been working a three years of achievement a musical on the after soon program included a group Ltd Bree vocal numbers a autumn via to a Bartlet Quot beloved it morn May i Ward and a at even he a Handel by a double quartet mrs. Grant dudgeon. Mrs. Ray Palmer or amp c. Volz. Mrs. D. C mrs r Rte or us a a a m it a 00.0 r n a a a ,7s t a a Jim a it the. H. J or. Hanrow ois Ebo Low of it is Kirk a it Otler j at the piano. Tor the District will a slated a lire. Gebelt is a Java a pipe he Bat time. Mary Greeley admitted Mary Lou Hemstreet. Dismissed mrs. Emma Glascock College admitted in ii Wilkinson Idi ii Wellman. Gab sole entertain at birthday party a pot Luck dinner party was held at Tho Addison Kingsbury Home thursday evening in Honor of the i birthday anniversaries of mrs. Addison Kingsbury and miss Myra Kingsbury the affair was a Complete Surprise to miss Myra King Bury. The evening was spent informal by # is 4 modern literature program change a change has been made in Tho i musical number to be Given at the regular meeting of the modern Lucia Tare division faculty women1 club. Monday evening at the mrs. Of. A Foust on Hub Boulevard. I or. Frank How Ell will give a j vocal number Ami Nill be Accord panted at the piano by or. E w idiom instead of mrs Blout playing Iii original pin 141 selection As was formerly announced. Held. Wash ton twp. Dorth Star b t. A. Meeting tile second meeting of the in in year of the North Star Parent t Acher Anocia Tion was Beld tuesday evening at the school House. A Bat tue of tile evening was an ii to resting talk on a artiste and country i Quelle Douglass i linty superintendent of schools. Musical numbers included a Pic la Solo by Margaret Huff and to a1 Olu by miss Violet Toms a two lives lost damage one million continued from Page one last night two of approximately a minutes duration in the main Shock and four less severe ones subsequently. Prof. Harold w. Scott acis Tant professor of geology at the Montana school of mines Butte who investigated the first Shock a week ago said the disturbance occurred along a a a fracture to five Miles crack half Falls and Helena was reported. Several mines in the affected area were considered unsafe for work. The Spring Hill Gold mine three Miles from Helena was j evacuated in Butte Tho Shock was Felt in a few underground Workings of the Anaconda Copper mining company. Miners poured out of the Mouths to the surface. All buildings in East Helena i were evacuated lights All Over the City were out for an hour.1�?T Telephone and Telegraph service j was interrupted for a few min j utes. The fatalities were Charles Sig drink. Cook at the Helena transient Camp w to died Satur a Day from injuries received when struck by falling Brick end a j old Harris a negro who was struck by flying Brick from a a collapsing Wall and killed Friday j night. About 20 persons w ere i treated at hospitals. Guards patrolled the stricken 1 area saturday to prevent loot ing. The main business District j Hying in a Gulch sustained Only minor damage. Bliss announces soil Savino plan continued from Page one ulna will include demonstrations of crop rotation use of Lime and top lid it the piano by mat Gur i legumes pasture management i Huff Betty Morris a it it a Laud j abuses of erosion control Aud pro is i Wei Iii be that it tha Abduul Gnu a Bridge club hotter Batiste at the opening of the yrs q a in the afternoon us riot it i a vow i a a tin is to members of the Prog Cisin Row a d i rect mi8un of Bridge f Lub tuesday afternoon a a ration of women 11 30 at he. Home 7tr, seventh Street. 4 # 4 i heyday sri de Lurie Heen meeting mrs. F h St Hie a will 5 Host Kiln Shim it atle a Al leu by i of i a Osborn Aud or. Birn a at the close of the veiling. Owner of pet squirrels fined Newport Ark. Our a general Pinkston 65 year old negro living near Here must serve is Days in jail or pay a fit Fine for having bet squirrels arkansans game Ian prohibit willing or my if it 1 except during months october. November and Docen Jet Jaaes of Al i per Hind use. Cooperating farm Era will be expected to it agree to j follow for a certain period a soils management program outlined by Extension soils men in return for the assistance in rebuilding or maintaining their soil. A after a visit thru some of the t older farming director i Bliss said Quot it appears that a Dol i to spent in Colleen no the Sci w ill i be Worth up it in rebuilding clues often the smallest of clues May unravel perplexing mysteries. An Auto License convicted police lieutenant Becker. A pair of Tortoise Shell spectacles near a Culvert solved the Loeb Leopold Case. A torn italian newspaper turned suspicion on Ruth Snyder on the pages of this newspaper Are helpful clues that take the mystery out of buying. They Are the advertisements. They will Lead you straight to the products you want ,. Help you save minutes and Money the advertisements offer you Many suggestions for fall buying. New fur Coats at fair costs. Golf togs for next Spring at a saving. Blankets for Crisp fall nights. The Best goal Oil or Coke for the Furnace. Reliable Garden bulbs and seeds for autumn planting. A new chair for the fireside. And so on. Head the advertisements carefully. Look for All the clues they con Tam. Let them help you solve All your buying problems

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