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Ames Daily Tribune Newspaper Archives Feb 16 1953, Page 1

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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Ames, Iowa Wednesday is Dollar Day in Ames local weather Ames fair colder tonight. Cloudy not so cold tuesday afternoon. Low tonight 5-8 below High tuesday near 20. Ames daily Tribune vol. 86�?no. 193 official Ames and Story county Capera Mac my a monday february Iowa weather Iowa Clearing and colder tonight. Tuesday mos a via r rot so acid. Lows tonight 5 15 below North Zero to 8 below South. Highs tuesday 15-25 Northeast 25-30 Southwest. Heart attack fatal for j. D. Martin rites indefinite Harry Cummings rites thursday United states marshal William a. Carroll will go to the state prison tuesday to arrange the exalt Date for the electrocution. Executions normally take plate on a thursday night at sing sing. But the first execution Date set for the Rosenberg did not fail on that Day. Seeks Mew Date judge Kaufman turned Down Friday a request by Emanuel h. Bloch attorney for the condemned too dead in series of accidents women s club and mrs. Beryl Tague the Sorott mists. Elks end rotary clubs will also assist. The chamber of Commerce and City police department were praised by mrs. Schick for their cooperation. The red Cross provided transportation for the guests when it was needed with Florence Sodeman As Driver. It was a special Day for two couples. The j. F. Buttolph 914 fifth Street who had planned to attend but could not make it were celebrating their 53rd shedding anniversary and the w. D. Durrell. 1714 grand who celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary sunday were Given special mention. The women were presented with red roses tied with Gold ribbons. Tribune photos a new Experiment in Ames proved Happy and profitable for close to too men and women who attended the first Golden agers party in the congregational Church Parlours saturday afternoon. Above or. R. K. Bliss is talking to the guests. He told them the secret of enjoyable retirement is keeping Busy with a Job or avocation and stressed the importance of Good health care including a keeping the Waistline also speaking briefly were mrs. W. J. Schick who was in enrage mrs. A. O Quot Winn Pesit Feria of the Ames a wean a dub which is sponsoring the new group and Glen Holmes representing the kiwanis club one of the service clubs helping. Mrs. H. W. Richey and Esther Rawson represented the business and professional membership topic As officers of legion Post meet whenever any of the guests needed any help one of the seven Little girls from 0-ku2u Camp fire group of Lincoln school was on hand to give it. Like Jackie Mcdonald above who is helping or l. C. Tilden with her lunch other girls from the troop there were Ruth Rhodes Judy Nordin Sandy Scheuermann Janet Sills. Joan Beach and Eleanor Hagen. Mrs. Walter f. Meads who had worked on preliminary plans was unable to be present because she is out of the pasture for steam shovels a a of min a to steam shovels browsing through their pasture. Leonard a and hts father. John at upper left Hod to be for Ible removed fro to Bich was excavating for a super High was int Rah to a Cha woe revived any compensation for tie Farmland two ugh Whit \ violinist will play Lac mini s ret to in d minor

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