Ames Daily Tribune in Ames, Iowa
29 Dec 1934

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29 Dec 1934

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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - December 29, 1934, Ames, Iowa Page three Mes daily Tribune times Ames. Iowa saturday december 29, 1934 buy better in Amethe quintuplets take their ease in the rats nest county society and locals a is Powell Home in Webster City. Mrs. Powers remained in Webster City for a longer visit while or. And mrs Pascoe went to Des Moines Christmas Day to attend j a family dinner at the l. P. Pascoe i Home. Miss Erma sadness of Des Moines came Home Friday for a visit with her parents or. And mrs Wien sydness mrs. Millie Iii old and Sherman were dinner guests tuesday f evening at tile Jacob Carnie Home. Or. And mrs. John Oakland and family and mrs and mrs. T. B. I Saboe and Elias Johnson were Din Are guests tuesday at the a. J. Birkestrand Home. Or. Arid mrs. Jacob Lee and girls were dinner guests Christmas Day. At. The Home of or. Aud mrs. Henry hem Ringson. Or. And mrs. Elias hem Ringson were sunday dinner guests at Thela. J. Hem Ringson Home. Or. And mrs. Harve Tesdall As ere i guests at a Christmas party give by mrs. Heine Johnson in Slater. Saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Charles Tesdall i or. And mrs. Melton Tesdall or. And mrs. Harve Tesdall and or. I and mrs. Gene Poy and family of fort Dodge were sunday dinner guests at tile Paul Lee Home. Beatrice Skola of Slater avast a a dinner guest monday evening at i the c. M. Berhow Home. Or. And mrs. Kane Tesdall were i dinner guests Christmas Day at the Home of or and mrs. Arthur Oppedahl in Des Moines or and mrs. Omar Sheldahl and daughter spent wednesday at the Joe Sheldahl Home near Kelley. Or. And mrs. Milton Tesdall spent Christmas at the c. J. Peterson Home near Madrid. Or. And mrs. Leonard Rullestad and Guerner Rullestad of Davenport spent Christmas at the Lars Rullestad Home. Maxine Rullestad returned Home with them and will visit there until new years. Or. And mrs. Milton Tesdall i spent thursday evening at the Wil lard Anderson Home in Polk City. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Grant and Shirley returned from Woodward i thursday afternoon. Jean Ann Larson of Slater spent a few Days this week with her grandparents or. Am mrs. O. J. Arthem. Or. And mrs. Joe Houge of Slater Ai sited with or. And mrs. Mar i tin Maland wednesday afternoon j mrs. C. M. Powers and or. And i mrs. Donald Pasco will motor to j Blairsburg sunday to attend fun n Tai services for a sister of mrs. To a err. Or. And mrs. Alfred Rutter of i near Cambridge Javerna Michel son of Des Moines and Carolyn Michel Soa vere dinner guests on j tuesday at the j. M. Michelson j Home. Celeste Hadley of Belmond Ber i Nice Drury of Dows Avon Trues j Dale of Popejoy and Keuueth Doit i Rich of Iowa Falls were overnight guests tuesday at the Donald Pas a i co Home. Or. And mrs. Ingram and boys i motored to the Home of or. Audi mrs. S. I. Harlan at it Ayr on j Christmas Day to attend the wed j Ding of Darlene Harlan to Everett j German. They spent tuesday i night at the Ben Ingram Home in i Leon. Or. And mrs. Herbert Hadley j i and Loran of Belmond were lunch-1 Eon guests wednesday at. The Home it of or and mrs. Donald pase. Or. Aud mrs. Paul Benshoof of Minnesota railed wednesday at j the Donald Pasco Home while in i route to Des Moines. Huxley hold family dinner party the wee family held a j Bra Atmas dinner at the Harry wee Home near Elkhart sunday. Following the dinner gifts were exchanged. The guests present were or. And mrs. Nels Richardson and Chil Uren of Kelley or. Aud mrs. I tinier sydness and children of Ames or. And mrs. Miller Jphnson of Des Moines and mrs. Carrie wee or. And mrs. Kilty wee and family or. And mrs. Eli wee and Keith or. Aud mrs. Chris wee and family or. And mrs. Bonnie wee and family. Or. And mrs. Andrew wee or. And mrs. Ole Johnson and children or. And mrs. Glen feel land and family and or and mrs. Harry wee and Marjory a potluck dinner was held on Christmas Day at the Tom berhow Home. A program in which he the children took part and in Exchange of gifts followed the dinner. Guests were or. And mrs. Willard Ryan and son of Des Moines or and mrs. Laird Harris and Richard of Ames or. And mrs. John berhow and family of Deu Moines or and mrs. Edwin Maland anti family of Ankeny or and mrs. Roy Chelsvig and family of Eagle Grove or. And mrs. Torn berhow Henry and Milford and Al. And mrs. Clarence Arland and family of Huxley. Saturday Leisure hour f Lub Sunbeam court. Monday Ames woman s club nature study group to meet the nature study division of the faculty women s club Avill meet with mrs. J. W. Woodrow 2322 a Lier Street monday afternoon at 2 30. Hostesses for the afternoon Are mrs. Barton Morgan Aud mrs. William Kunrt the program on a diseases of House plants a ill be Given by mrs. E. G. Or Klubben. Quot nature hobbies Quot will be discussed by mrs. William Harter. Up and Down the business j Street i Emelie Annette Yvonne Marie copyright 1034, Nea service inc commercial Lite of the City conference of Rural youth Here in feb. Tentative plans for a Rural Young Peoples Assembly to be held at Iowa state College monday feb. 4, and tuesday feb. A. During farm and Home week were outlined Here Friday. The program was arranged by representatives from the Iowa farm Bureau federation and Iowa state College. A business meeting of the groups is to be held on tues Day morning of the week. Sen and Alice Paulson a in Are employed in Des Moines visited Over Munday at their parental Homes. Laurent in Donhowe who teaches a Lanark 111., Edna Dak at Gary iud., and Hannah Dale at Eagle Grove Are spending their Christmas vae Tiou Here. Joseph t. Johnson suffered another paralytic stroke at his Home Here sunday. Laurenzia Swenson of Des Moines spent Christmas at the John Oso Home. Or. And mrs. William Tabot spent Christmas Day with the former a relatives in Thornton. They were accompanied by Almina Jacobson and Benhard Severeid who j went to Kanawha to spend the Day with the former a parents. Or. And mrs. Leonard Olson and Danny of Faribault have been spending the holidays with Home folks Agues Hanson who teaches at Nevada Glady m. Johnson at or a Fallsburg Lucille Tjernagel at Steamboat Rock Wilma Jessen at Estherville Esther Martens at j Maxwell Esther Heimarck and Bessie Boyd at Ames Are spending their Holiday vacations Here. Mrs. Morris Smith of Hollywood calif., is spending a few weeks at the parental a. N. Rognehaugh Home. Marie fat land of Des Moines spent the week end Here. Or. And mrs. Lester Larson Gladys Larson and Olena Erickson of Des Moines wore dinner guests on Christmas Day at the mrs. S. L. Larson Home the latter remained Here to visit a few Days. J. C. Johnson has been enjoying a visit this week from his son Charles and family of Farmersburg. Barcella Larson who is taking nurses training at the Iowa lutheran Hospital in Des Moines returned to her duties thursday after a Christmas visit with Home folks. Or. And mrs. John Sunnoe enjoyed a visit Over Christmas from their daughters he Luna. Aiken and Margaret who Are employed in Des Moines. Mrs. K. F. Johnson who underwent an operation at the Iowa sanitarium in Nevada on sunday is reported to be getting along nicely. Or. And mrs. William Smith of los Angeles calif., came Here to spend the holidays with mrs. Smiths parents air. And mrs. C. L. Dale. Oscar Dale and family of Lin of s. A. Also spent Christmas at the Dale Home. Merle Larson who is employed in Washington d. I spending the holidays Here. business runs to pct. Ahead entertains cemetery group mrs. Milton Tesdall entertained Tim Midvale cemetery society at a social meeting at her Home Thor Day afternoon. Girts were Exchange cd and a lunch was served by the hostess. Members present were mrs. Lars Rullestad. Mrs. Grant Rullestad. Lois and Delord mrs. Sanford sydness and Marjory. Mrs. Andy Egeland and Ronald Dean. Gladys Overland All of near Huxley and mrs. Carrie sydness of Ames. Business a the Ames Post office during the Christmas reason just closed ran about to per cent ahead of a year ago postmaster in c. Tilden reported this week. No definite weight record is kept of incoming parcel Post matter lint More nun were required working for a longer period to Complete de livery. There was less first class mail or Christmas cards but More packages mailed from Ames this year. This might indicate or. Tilden said that with recovery people were spending fore for Christmas gifts than for greeting cards. There a As no congestion of mails either incoming or outgoing at the Arnes office. Additional workers a ere recruited from a list of 20 applicants sent to Washington december i and returned approved. This help Mif Licien to keep everything moving As rapidly As received. Extra hours provided ample service for a1 patrons at the main Post office where parcels a ere received Aud handled with gloat rapidity. Gulliver leaves Christensen a to conduct business Henry Gulf icy for the past three and a halt years in charge of the radio service department at the Christensen hardware company. Saturday announced he had left the store to devote his full time to two business enterprises in which he has been interested. The chief of these is the Gulliver sound system established for Tim past Thiee months at 1204 Kellogg Avenue. This company comprises or. Gulliver and his wife wit ii two employees Lester Bedford in charge of service and Assembly and vie Kephart in charge of Sale. The other Enterprise operated in conjunction with the first is the g. And r. Microphone company the Tavo enterprises manufacture and service electrical sounds its terns hearing aids detect phones and microphones. General repair service both wholesale and retail is conducted for All makes of radios Aud sound apparatus. Or. Gulliver started in radio ser a ice Kavork at his former Home in want be neb., about fight years ago entering tile Christensen stole on coming to ame. Entertain at dinner Dane or. And mrs. Sill be Beach weft hosts at a delightful dinner dancing party Friday evening at their Home of North Duff Avenue. Follow ins the 6 30 dinner dancing and cards weft enjoyed during the evening hour.-. Guests were or. Aud mrs. Leu Cost resell and laughter Joyce. Or. And mrs. Merrill Woodard. Or. My mrs. Pm i Fred and or. And mrs. Keith Ferguson. Perfect speller Springfield. 111. Cpin Bruce Ackerman 12, won a state spelling championship by spelling correctly 341 words of 342. He missed Quot patois a and claimed a too per Cen Grade on the grounds that the word he missed is French. Garden club Christmas party the Garden dub held its Christmas party thursday afternoon a the Home of mrs. Albert Alleman. A program and an Exchange of gifts furnished the entertainment and a lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Guests and members a to aver or Jent were Gladys to it Dom thy Bruhier Darien fief Feller and mesdames Hubert twit Lou Benetier. George a Effeler Frank Racek Val Racek. Cia Reno berhow ran a twit of in Tesdall and Walter berhow. Mas carols for the elderly people who Are shut in on Christmas eve. Wayne been re turd to Minneapolis Christmas eve after spending the weekend to Villi his grandmother. Mrs. O. Sheldahl and Anna and Quot till the Martin Sheldahl family or. Brents grandparents used to live where Hie Martin Sheldahl family lives at present. The Alleman choir will repeat their Christmas cantata at Polk City sunday evening. An offering will be taken for the Church rebuilding fund. The Polk City congregational Church burned recent mrs. Alta Lackous Erma Lack Ous and or. Reull of Des Moines j were dinner guests Christmas Day i at the Home of or. And mrs. Alfred Ryerson. Or. And mrs. Russell Smith of Ames and or. And mrs. Punter so Treid were afternoon j callers. Dinner guests Christmas Day at j the Home of or. And mrs. Lawai Quot ence Holland were or. Aud mrs. Sanford Holland and family or. And mrs. Nels Holland de Holland land Laverne Eugene Sheldahl i Hana Froland and r. B. Holland. I mrs. De Holland has been in bed because of sickness the last few Days. Mrs. Henry Hemmingson tailed i on mrs. Alf ret Ryerson monday afternoon. Or. And mrs. S. K. Tweedy Quot ere i dinner guests tuesday at the Home i of or. And mrs. Burney Tweedt. A Mas Olverson was a supper gut it Ute Tweed Home tues a. Evening. Or. And mrs. Walter Mckunn. Of n Brown and girls of Des Moines or. And mrs. Leland be i Persike and Paul Wayne and mrs i Johanna Thompson were dinner i guests Christmas Etc at the Home 1 of or and mrs. Burton Fjelland. Mis Jane Palmer is spending Lier vacation in Des Moines. Mrs. William of grand Parks x. D., and h. G. Friel of grand Junction spent Christmas at the George Dally Home. Or. Friel returned to ii is Home wednesday morning and or. Anderson i left for Chicago a Here she will j visit until after new years. Miss Marian Johnson is spend j inc her vacation w Ith her folks in 1 Minneapolis. Miss Irene Wolf is fishing at Tho George Wolf Home in Ackley during the holidays. Mrs. J. W. Johnson. Henry her k est Rand mrs. Anna Floater and Nina a ere Christmas Day dinner guests at the lacs Gloster Home in Des Moines. Sina Klouser stayed urn ii wednesday but Hie others returned to Huxley Rue a eve Ning. Maude Foj baud of Evanston 111. Was a dinner Ruest Christmas i a at tile Lars Fjelland Home. Or. And mrs. Francis net Quot if and children of Slater were supper guests or and mrs Martin Maland a Verna and Elisabeth mrs. P. J. Never he and or. And mrs s. P Sheldahl and girls attended the severe a Union at til Joe Gaufo Home in Slater thursday. Or Ami mrs. Grant a Ullestad and family and or and mrs. Gun i Der Overland and family of Marl ame were dinner guests Christ-1 Mas Day at the Guilder Rullestad i Home. Mrs. Randall Thompson Caum Home from the general Hospital in lies Moines sunday. Dinner guests Christmas Day at the Thornton Home were or. And mrs. Henry i Thompson Aud family and Belle. Richardson. Or. And mrs. Thor Mamu visited Ai the Randall Thompson Home it wednesday afternoon. Or c a Powers i i or. Ane irs. Donald Hancoc were dinner guests Christmas eve at the Frau Story City l. R. Girls hold party the St. Petri l. It. Gills held their annual Christmas party in the Churi u basement sunday afternoon at 4 30, 15 Little boys and girls being guests. Following a social hour dinner was served after which gifts and c my were distributed to Ach individual child around a beautifully lighted christinas tree the room was nicely de rated for the occasion. A grab bag tor hic i., la. R. Girls was a feature of be entertainment ii id at the close of the Pari mrs. Nellie Yockey Lek lit a week i r Miami fla., where she will spend the Winier with her two daughters. Mrs. Barbara herein is enjoying a visit from her son Alf who is attending University at Chicago and daughter Fri a to is employed t Here. The Ernest Wizgen and i. G. Do pedal residences a quarantined for Carlet fever Donald we Ngeu and Elaine Oppedal being ill. Or. And mrs. Roy Olson of Eagle River wis., were Holiday guests at the Eli Olson and t. M. Holm Sheldahl tile Felter families met for their christians dinner at the Walter Fellet Home sunday. Those aver or. And mrs. Cap Arcola of Napier or. And mrs. George of Elk r of Napier or. And mrs. George of Elk and Darlene. Or. Ami mrs Veiner Heller Aud James besides the Walter Gfeller family. Christmas Day afternoon guests at the John Halverson Home were Evelyn of Chicago or. And mrs. Roy Erickson Evelyn. Don and Henry John and mrs. We. Nemier g raid and Robert. Or and mrs. Edwin Anderson Edsel and Melvin of Cambridge were Christmas Day dinner guests of their grandmother mrs o. Sheldahl and Anna. In the afternoon they All enjoyed the Sheldahl family Christmas tree with presenta ton of gifts at the Martin Hieldah Horn. De St i remained for a f w Days visit with his cousins. William and Margaret Marian end mar Cella Sheldahl accompanied the Andor soul a Home for a Short visit. Met Coda Sheldahl r turn a to Den Moines tuesday afternoon after two Days visit with her folks. The Rev. And mrs Swain a i children spent sunday a the ran Andy Hlad Sells out grocery and Market e. Springer of Jefferson thursday purchased the and Hlad grocery and Market at 123 main Street and took immediate Possession. Or Hlad said his future plans were not settled in yet. He came to Antes from Albia about a your ago moving his Stock Here from that City to open the Ames store. The store Lias remained closed on saturdays but open sundays. The new proprietor a Iii be open on saturday it was announced. Rhe Hollywood Roundup mrs. Ten Brown enjoyed a visit Over Christmas from her daughter Mildred Wim is employed in de Moines. Among the College students who Are spending their Christmas Caca i Hon with Home folks Are Stephens it College. Columbia. Mo., Arlene jes sen University at Iowa City mar i Caret Lee Marietta Bora and Law-1 Rente Overland Drake University Des Moines june Teig Iowa state teacher College Cedar fall Frances Bartlett and Judith we hams Waldorf College. Forest Orbette Hamden and Harold Larson St. Olaf College North acid. Minn., Mabel Tow my Lek and John a Arkeley. Or Gwendolyn via Dowel of , ind., or. And mrs j Max Wiggen and son and Robert j Larson of de Moines and Verne Wiggen of Chariton spent Christ a at the mis. Nina Wiggen Home. Theodore Lewiston Aud family old Quot linger spent Christmas Day Here or. Sud mrs. Earl my ribbon and children of Mason City motored her to spend Christmas Day at the parental Neu Thompson Home j or. Aud mrs. O. A. Olton Are visiting at the Home of their Dangle or mrs. Jack Leermakers in Rochester. X. Y. Or. And mrs t. La. Torkelson have been enjoying a visit during the Holiday from men Daught i i or it of Des Moines. Marjorie Christenson Opal Gen Hollywood cd a How they learn their lines Sylvia Sidney goes to less trouble than any. She sits around the it see smiling and talking but continually writes with a Pencil. She has a splendid memory she writes her lines once or twice while talking of having her halt dressed. Then she goes through the scene. Gary Cooper walks around the set. Or his dressing room like a a a aged Llou with his Chin Down on i Chest rapidly reciting his Dia Logue. Gary Grant when rehearsing always take off his coat and Vest leaves on his hat. If it Handy threw Down the right Suspender and begins. Helen Mack never tries a song which she has to learn until she has taken off her shoes. Quot a feel so much Freer Quot she said. A and find i can concentrate much better with my shoes on a chair rather than on my fee Katharine Hepburn and Lupe Velez he Fiat on their backs on the floor. Randolph Scott relaxes com elate. With b s eyes shut. One a Wulah Thi fek by was sound asleep his Maiuu is Genius the Dia a a a Ila just the same. I to under me new hed three principal cultural Relief the Ling the Dollar it prices of certain ies to Rise More of a lie things that i in ceased their Chis and taxes production Adjure y processing taxes Naik eting control wrought the Supply lit Lei More nearly relationship with answers to l est questions 1. About 50 Miles East by South of Portland Ore Charles Dickens. 3. R is a fashionable Brid path in Hyde bark London. 4. I Ake Erie. 5. An artificial Coal tar product used is a substitute for hard rubber. Celluloid or Amber. 6 in november Luo when president Aud mrs. John Adams moved in. 7. Mrs. Des Eland mrs. To j Preston or mrs. Benjamin Harrison mrs. Theodore Roosevelt mrs. William h. Taft mrs. Wood Row Wilson and mrs. Calvin Coolidge. I. Yes. 9. New York. Pena. Gay in Ama la i Louis Ohio and a Texas. 10. Government by Tim people. J farm spent sunday night a re the Sheldahl girls. The Rev. Or. Swain la making a school trip with Oiler student and their teachers of Simpson col Esthey a ill return sunday evening. Miss Evelyn Halverson retained to Chicago tuesday evening after spending Christmas at Home with her folks Rudolph Anderson and irs Martin Sheldahl went to Moines Christmas Day to see their father John Alderson at the Hospital. Or Ander on expects to come Horn this week. The up Quot Orth league no. Christ reel a Waide to Hole conditions Ira to fed

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