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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 29, 1935, Ames, Iowa
Page Twok Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa a to Wpm a boy better in Ames local news or. And mrs. W. K. Greer 207 Lynn Avenue had As their guests Over the Iowa state College Homecoming weekend or. And mrs. Earl Elijah Aud son Richard of Clarence or. And mrs. C. W. Shannon and daughter Jean of Clinton or. And mrs. Lee a. Fish and daughters Barbara Margaret and Katherine of Maxwell. Richard Elijah and Margaret fish Are students at Iowa state College. Or. And mrs. A. L. Bakke motored to wat Cha minn., saturday to attend the wedding of or. Bakkers Niece. They spent the week end at the twin cities with friends. Charles Heileman spent the week end at fort Dodge with relatives. Mrs. George Brasted of Grundy Center was a guest in Ames saturday. She visited with her Friend mrs. W. Jimi Nard 828 Douglas Avenue who is quite 111 with Hea t trouble and with her brother Harry Stafford and Nephew Lay staf Ford. Mrs. Brasted returned to her they came to attend also the Home seventh Street who hts been assisting in his care for the past two and a half months. Mrs. Phrosia Michaels of Menlo is visiting for a few Days in the Home of or. And mrs. F. E. Allen Clark Avenue. Mrs. Michaels who was employed of several years in the local j. C. Penney store is making her Home with her daughter at Menlo. Miss Frances Dawson has returned to her Home in Mason City after a two Day visit Here with College friends. Or. F. C. Bishopp of the United states division of agriculture Wasilla Aon d. Cd was on the Iowa state College Campus Friday and saturday at Iowa state College he checked Over the w Ork of the Federal Laboratory and department of zoology and entomology. Or Bishopp left sunday for the University of Kansas. Leonard Wygle who is employed at Bethany mo., spent the week end Here with his Mother mrs Luella Wygle and sister mrs. Lit Pfautz on North Sheldon Avenue. Or and mrs. G. C. Scott and son of Lesueur minn., visited from Friday until sunday with mrs Scott s Mother or. Verdie pm Ven and sister or. Nell Craven Home saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Jack Rice spent Tho weekend in fort Dodge with friends. Or. Rice is employed with the state Highway commission Here. Or. And mrs. F. Eallen had As guests sunday their daughter mrs. C. G. Harpole of Winterset and or. And mrs. Gillett Harpole of Paterson. Mrs. C. G. Harpole 1s the former Melvina Allen. Or. And mrs. Don Morrison were in Des Moines sunday where they attended the annual Atlantic and Pacific Tea company banquet and entertainment. More than 500 per sons attended the affair which was Field in the hotel fort Des Moines for managers and employees of a. And p. Stores and their guests. Or. Morrison is manager of the Ames a. And p. Store mrs. Cassie Logsdon is a medical patient at the Mary Greeley Hospital or. E. A. Taylor of Griswold is a patient at the Mary Greeley Hospital. Word has been received Here of the death of j. W. Hird monday at Mason City or. Hird was to brother of mrs. Sara e. Allen 117 coming football game at Iowa state College. It soda after the dance or after the show try one of our took responsibility statements attributed to Cornish Beck former Sioux City liquor store manager in a notice of testimony filed in Woodbury county by special prosecutor h. M. Havner Are in conflict with Beck s statement to representatives of the legislative investigation committee former state representative c. L. Mckinnon of new London now a member of the Iowa Highway commission said Here tuesday. Beck according to Havneros notice of intended testimony in the forthcoming trial will testify concerning a conference allegedly held with gov. Clyde l. Herring and other state officials in which it was assert edly agreed that arrangement would be made for Beck to sell liquor carrying Iowa seals to bootleggers. A Beck told us that he had done everything that had been done in the Sioux City liquor store on his own initiative a Mckinnon said. Story county service station men organize forty five Oil station operators in Story county met in the Shel Don Munn hotel monday night and organized the Story county service station owners and lessees association it was announced tuesday by w. J. Billick Des Moines general counsel of the state association. Billick was the principal speaker at the meeting monday night. He explained the purposes of the association and told of plans for organization in every county in Iowa and the formation of a i statewide Council. Officers chosen Are n. J. Brint Nall Ames chairman j. I. Hav Nen Story City vice chairman and c. W. Sorenson Ames Secretary treasurer. Directors Are r. C. Daulton e. H. Smith Max Molleston George Grinstead l. C. Bourne Mike Morris e. W. Gray a. Z. Bailey r. C. West t. Hohen Shell a. A Lewis a. J. Loyd and Carroll Rex All of Ames Sam Askelson Gilbert Faye Kirby Roy Cook Fred Morris Marvin Fry and Fred largest All of Nevada and de Sandvig Roland. The organization serves asic Clearing House for information for service station operators regarding business policies and ideas insurance and burglary Protection and to further fair Competition practices. Ing and effects of poor brakes and bad judgement. The panel discussion on the subject of the evening was a real Success. Members on the panel in addition to professor Baird were prof. Barton Morgan prof. R. A. Moyer prof. A. R. Lauer All of Iowa state College Ray Donels of the High school athletic staff and mrs. R. D. Delanunt w to represented the mothers. Miss Verna Schmidt principal of a lie Central Junior High sch cd told of the difficulty of getting boys to and from the fieldhouse safely and of the problem of children crossing grand Avenue on bicycles Dur in or the noon hour. Or. Laurer slated the Public is in c the a a doing stage As yet that a expect the other fellow to be careful and blame him for accidents which occur. It takes to or 12 years to become an efficient Driver and vet a 15 year old youth is turned lose with a High powered car. He stat d there should be a strict checkup of All youngsters driving cars in Ames. The forming of a school boy patrol to Aid in traffic near schools was recommended hut no action w As taken. Musical numbers on the program included two vocal solos by mrs. E. E. Martin accompanied at the piano by mrs. P. E. Jackson and piano duet numbers by Virginia Martin and Hannah Anderson. Come any time after i p. M. Star today Only mat. 26c tuneful hits Carefree fun ecstatic Romance exciting dances and�?48 glamorous glorious cuties rhapsody in redheads my rom 22 Parade will John Boles Dixie Lee Jack Haut Raymond Walburn i Llose la if dams Interior this picture depicts a Section of the coffer dam and of the area inside the dam upon which will be built the locks for dam no. Is in the Mississippi River opposite Clinton s Eagle Point Park and North of Fulton 111. Water which once so Ood feet a Gap a photo High on the surface of the area has been pumped out and the Bottom of the River Channel exposed. It is sufficiently dry now for men and tractors which can be seen in the picture to work in making further excavations for the floor of the canal lock. Sing Here Friday the Don Cossack chorus a world famous russian choir directed by Serge Jaroff will be heard in state gymnasium Here Friday evening at 8 of clock. The concert opens the current series at Iowa state College. A very few single admission seats Are available this year be j cause of the Large number of student activities tickets issued. This chorus of 36 voices was organized in 1923 in a prison Camp near constantinople. Since then it has presented Over 2,700 concerts in Europe Australia and America. Deems Taylor noted american composer and critic has called it Quot the Best chorus i Ever heard Ai Hope to hear a a it $350,000 bribe Washington or a a report submitted to the Federal Trade commission tuesday cited records and information purporting to show that the late Frederick Bonfire publisher of the Denver Post was paid $35c,000 in 1927 to obtain a favourable attitude on the part of the Post toward a natural Gas rate ordinance issued to the Public be vice company of Colorado. At the hospitals evening specials 7.sc Sandwich and malted milk. Fried Ham Sandwich French Fries hot chocolate. 80c have of our special combinations Grill c of Connor trial set for nov. 5 Sioux City or a sensational charges that Iowa a number one Law enforcement agent atty. Gen. Edward a of Connor was a party to a statewide gambling conspiracy w ill be aired in District court nov. 5. That Date was set Down by District judge Earl Peters for the opening of of Connors trial on charges of gambling conspiracy. The attorney general will be the first of More tha two score persons indicted by the Woodbury county grand jury. On the outcome of his trial observers believe May hinge the Fate of the Host of other defendants. Should the state lose its Case against of Connor it is believed Here the lesser cases May by or ppe i Viers of Collins was Jack Viera of Collins leading the Field at the turn in the Story county Corn husking contest tuesday afternoon on the Carl Jacobson farm a mile West of Roland. The first six of the 14 contestants were closely bunched. The Corn is in excellent condition and Taylor trial starts the Ames municipal court room was crowded tuesday afternoon As trial for capt. R. M. Taylor of the acc Camp formerly located at the North Edge of Ridgewood Avenue was started. Taylor is charged with assault and Battery. Information against Taylor was filed in Ames court by Edward Ryan Mea student at Iowa state col-1< be. It was erroneously stated monday that Ryan was a member i the acc ramp at which the Al new York stocks close today a i Mary Greeley admitted mrs. Chris Christiansen mrs. Cassie Logsdon or. E. A. Taylor. College admitted Elsie Larson Anna Belle Pennybacker w. E. Ryan Roger w. Edwards Ruth Dickinson. Dismissed Phil Doner apparently will run More than i legend act took place Early sunday 80 bushels to the acre. I morning. Lair Ilson Western College expands Pillman Wash. Or a extensive additions to Washington state College Campus designed to care for a record enrolment greeted returning students this year. Ready for the first time were a $175,000 dormitory to $166,000 chemistry building a $145,000 Power Plant addition. Dry cleaner phone 1700 menus overcoats renewed by our later cleaning process. Frayed Button holes spoil the appearance of a coat. Our repairing service includes reworking and renewing Button holes. Lining repairs improve Coats. We have been complimented on the Quality of the workmanship on relining women s Coats in the past week overcoat weather is almost Here. You will like our service in helping you to a get an audience of nearly 1,000 people watched the contest. Midget Fernekes is suicide tuesday Chicago to a Henry a a midget Fernekes smiling Bandit and killer a student of chemistry and explosives ended a bloody 15 year House 155 men a career in crime tuesday by committing suicide in a police cell Fernekes known As one of the brai Niest gunmen Ever to roam the Midwest had escaped Joliet pen tertiary August 3 in a single handed jail break that was so simple it provoked a scandal in the state administration resulted in the dismissal or several guards and was followed by the resignation of Warden Frank Whipp. Fernekes wag rec inured monday by police. 3,000 iowans will new York key following Are tuesdays closing bids on the new York Stock Exchange american cad. 144 american locomotive 18% the american t. And t.144% anaconda.21v4 Atchison t. A s. F.48% Bethlehem steel.39% c. Amp n. W. Com. 2 % chrysler.35% Corn products68% Dupont. 134% general electric35 % general -motors.52% International Harvester 58% Montgomery Ward .33% new York central13 Pennsylvania r. R. .27% Sears-roebuck6,. Standard Oil of n. J4sm births to or. And mrs. Chris of Zearing a son oct. 29, at the Mary Greeley Hospital. Germany plans wine fete Cologne Germany Ile a altho most of Germany Swine comes from the Rhineland the whole nation will celebrate the new grape Harvest this fall. Orders for new wine Are now pouring in Here and Berlin has just ordered 62,500 Gallons so that it too can join the fete. Social service drive started continued from Page one the wont to be undertaken by the social service workers. Mrs. Grove introduced the following Persona each of whom spoke briefly on the work of the league s. W. Needham chairman of the Ames chapter of the american red Cross i. A Walker Nevada director of emergency Relief work the Rev. F. M. Mulch Ayas Ridant pastor of St. Cecilia % Church mrs. H. C. Mcclain chair u. S. Rubber .13% u. S. Steel .47% Westinghouse electric.90% Standard Oil of ind.27% cities service 2% a �?4> a Chicago i p a Grain Range grouse sales St 111 banned Quebec or Sale of Birch ii 1 in a ii 1or Spruce Partridge and Sharp have spa jobs tile. Grouse has been banned by Des Moines or by night thai Quebec government again this year the ban has been in effect for several years and has now c Lair Ilson dry cleaner a m Hayward a. Fan. Three thousand men who have been Rte iring Relief Dole will hive gone to work on Federal spa projects in widely scattered parts if j Iowa state works Progress off dais said tuesday i allocations of funds for construe Don of six additional spa project. Tuesday Brot the employment of a port uni to under the pre Ira in to Fate to 5,853 jobs Lafayette a mrs Fred in the and baby have returned Home f Ora the Story Cuy i Hospital and arc getting along nicely. Victor bake us made a business trip to Des Moines thursday. Or. And mrs. Dewey Pepper and family spent sunday in Boone at i the Home of or Pepper parents or. And mrs Frank Pepper. Or. And mrs Roy grim and son. And mrs. Lily Ahrens of add i. J and Mic. Herman Ahrens and i daughter of me. P. J. Wilh Ami i or. And mrs Andrew mind Einan and family were dinner guests Sun i Day it tit Home of or. Anil mrs Jav Tith in Wiliams or Aud in. Johnson and or. J and mrs Floyd Kreutner Aud Doris were sunday evening guests of or. And mrs. Clarence Kreutner. Mrs. Adelaide Houghland spent sunday evening visiting friends in Gilbert. Arite scam meet a been work i my at feb Homo of mrs. Amelia Wirth the past be Elal we a help been extended for another three j years because of Scarcity of the Birds. J ing build a new hog House. He will i Busk Corn for Earl Baldus miss Mary Jordan spent Friday j night with Cathrine Mcgovern Joe wit the of Williams spent j tuesday evening with relatives ii this Vicinity. Or. And mrs. Fred Potter my son Donald spent sunday evening open High Low close wheat july 87 i 88% 86% 88% May 96% 98 95% 97% dec. 97 98 95% 97 % Corn july 59% 60% 59% 59% May 58% 59 58% 58% dec. 59% 60% 58% 59% Oats May 28% 38% 2$ 2 s % dec. 26% 26% 26% 26% Rye july 51 a 51% 51 % Alay 51% 51% 50% 51 % dec. 48% 49v4 47% <9 % Barley dec. 4.1 Man of the social service drive and studebaker6-% miss Fern Long executive Secre tary of the social service league. B. W Oakley played two numbers on the cello at the Start of the program the piano accompaniment being played by Howard Chase. A discussion of the social service league to the form cd questions and answers will be broadcast of j or to from 1 10 to 1 30 porn. Wednesday Robert Murray Man i aging editor of the Tribune will j ask quest ions about social service i and miss Long will answer them. Eileen Sawyer will open the i radio program with a piano Soh by Chaminade. Injuries of machine age draw attention continued from Page one analgesia at the site 0f the fracture and Complete muscular relaxation May be obtained by properly administered aesthetics. First Aid stations at every air port dangerous Cross Road and at intervals along every major Highway were proposed by or. E. Payne Palmer staff president at St. Joseph s Hospital Phoenix Ari. This he said would eliminate unnecessary suffering to victim . We Spencer Tracy Claire Trevor Henry b. Walthall 27 arrested por interest Racket continued from Page one men arrested had criminal records. Hit with Pip in Dewey office there was a wednesday thurs Fri. Specials 18c amp Small Overall Clad spa labourer at tie Home of or and mrs. Will i with bandages guarding a h Adlof accidents. Besides1 minimising Keller wound inflicted by a Lead pipe. Al suffering he said such a program Dost a to to Bro while on Hon re. A a a to Quot Quot injuries thru improper a telling Patterson farm tented by Frank a Roll he borrowed $5 fro no one find the lives of Many who Peke. I it the men arrested. He has paid do for Lack of proper medical being built on the i Frank Rolls he borrowed $5 from one jct the men arrested. He has paid William Monson of Springfield a a a a a 011 owes $200. J treatment due to remoteness of Mina has been spending a couple Roll nug vat director of the de proper Aid. Of weeks with relatives in this it Bart ment of remedial Loans of the or a. William r. Dubbing James Dally j russe i Sage foundation said the j j. Callahan and Carlo s. Scuderi Testa of prohibition probably was of the Rook county Hospital i j responsible for diverting racketeers i a a a crackers soda 16c Graham. Preserves assorted flavors 4-lb Jar. Miracle whip quart. Folger s Coffee i la 29c 2 lbs. Sno Sheen cake flour. 39c 35c 56c 29c sugar to lbs. Milk tall cans 5 for. V. Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 lbs. Oatmeal Large Quaker. Catsup Large 14 of bottle. Tomatoes no. Size 2 for. 53c 29c 19c 18c lie 23c Quality meats at lower prices Bill Carr of Ohio is working at j the Gerald Poling Horn for several weeks Joe Ganev is husking Corn pm j i ands i cling. Miss Clam Wilh is working it a no Vada sins week. In a it Al i Neitzey is working i if Fred kill who was so seriously injured a a month in an Auto Accident. He is getting along As Well As can a expected. Or. And mrs. F. C. Swan. Or mrs Giles Swan and Hubert Hock spent sunday at be John Mccoy Home or. And ads Roland Barker of Jordan spent Minn with a Apulia in this locality from bootlegging into the loan rack to million a weak a we believe $1,000,000 a week is a conservative estimate of the Val. Urn it business of Iii Type in the new York High a a a said. A on this estimate the interest c Ilc Eird would approach $200,000 a he Vaid bus own office had records of 30 Cates of assault by a Collet tars for the lenders and of three suicides among desperate vie urns the arrested men include d recoil n Levitt David gel in or am j a4.c Eddie Lubman and a re Quot 4 i to i All Vav Ilia Peine record.-. Said it Wasny to always the primary Shock of broken Bones id tissue injuries which in-1 crease the horror of modern accidents and makes Bone sometime difficult to knit the real horror they said lies la the mutilating and lacerating which occurs before the fore it Hee Trinity steam in gasoline is spent. Tbone and sirloin Steak la cube Steak la. Prime rib boil la. 1z1/ pot roasts la 15 a 18c 23c 1>c 2c beef roasts la. Whiting fish 2 lbs. Cat fish la. Haddock fish la. 17c Csc 28c 8c p t a is urging safety action continued from Page one people. Most of them Are repeaters or Baird mated. Harold Kern a of he if in t Iii by a a net iou staff of live a it g a it a cd an excellent film in tale drive u Pringer a Quality food mkt. Phone 314�?free delivery on orders of $3.00 or Over firmest prices paid for egg. Bring them or
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