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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - February 6, 1932, Ames, Iowa A buy better in Ames Quot Ames daily Tribune times. Ames. Iowa saturday february 6. 1932. Pase three society general meeting woman club monday the history literature and drama department with mrs. John i. Mather As chairman will be in charge of the program for the general Assembly of the Ames woman a club monday afternoon in the City Library auditorium. Or. H. M. Gage president of con College will be the principal speaker of the afternoon and will review a King prof. Tolbert Macrae will sing and mrs. Iza merchant director of social life at Iowa state College will give a talk on a social systems in operation at Iowa state mrs. I. W. Smith As hostess will be assisted by mrs. O. P. Rutledge mrs. Henry Schafer and mrs. W e Hoffman. 4> 4 4 Surprise party for Evelyn Beck the misses Pauline and Lois Dodds entertained at a delightful evening party Friday at their borne 114 East Lincoln May As a Surprise birthday Courtesy for miss Evelyn Beck who celebrated her birthday thursday. Games and contests were enjoyed during the evening hours. Valentine decorations were used about the House and repeated in the delightful refreshments served at a late hour. Miss Beck received Many love gifts from her friends. The guest list included the misses Pauline Bills. Ann Anderson Daisy Cowan. Bernice Barrie. Erickson Margerite Erickson. Fern Swanson and Pearl Shea Han. 4 4 # Chott Bahm group meets the Cholla Balun Standard Bear or group of the first social Calendar saturday chemistry Circle Betsy Ross Junior club. Willing workers class. Monday b. In. W. Club. General meeting Ames woman a club. I Beta Phi alumnae meeting postponed. Goebal Council. Tuesday acres Midi club. A. A. U. W. Meeting. County society news entertain woman club in Cambridge Ruby Holbrook wedding saturday of special interest in College circles is the wedding of miss Kathryn Ruby daughter of or. And mrs. John w. Ruby of Des Moines and Lark Holbrook son of or. And mrs. George Holbrook also of Des Moines which was performed saturday morning at to o clock in the University Church of Christ. The Rev. Charles s. Med Bury officiated. A reception was held immediately after the service. The Bride wore a Lovely gown of egg Shell coloured lace. She was attended by her sister mrs. Robert Good As Matron of Honor and miss Margaret Mckay and miss Margaret Elliott All of Des Moines As bridesmaids. Ford Stewart of Des Moines served As Best Man and Hie Ushers j were melt Hall Centerville John Doyle and pal Holey of Des Moines. Little John Goode son of or. And mrs. Robert Goode was ring bearer. The Bride attended Iowa state methodist j and the University of be Church met monday evening at the Braska where she affiliated with Home of the Rev. And mrs. H. 8. I the i Bri a p a i sorority. The Wilkinson. Six old members and two new ones were present. The Rev. Or. Wilkinson told the group about his Ancle who is a missionary in Africa. Plans were map for a party to be held this coming we a. At the close of the evening Dainty refreshments were served. S. 4f # i Beta Phi alumnae meeting postponed top regular meeting of the i Beta Phi alumnae club which was to have been held feb. G has been postponed. Announcements of the meeting time will be revealed at a later Date a # 4 Goebal Council meeting monday Groom was graduated from Iowa state College and is a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He is now connected with the cities service company in Denver. The couple will reside in Denver a regular meeting b. P. W. C. Monday the regular bimonthly meeting j of the Ames chapter of by Sineh and professional women a club will be Beld monday evening at s of clock in the College y. W. C. A. Parlours. S. W. Needham editor of the i Milepost will be the featured speaker. He will talk on a the history of publicity. Special my i Sinai numbers will be Given. Miss Cleo Sponslor. Chairman o mrs. Dan Inglis and mrs. G. A. Mathis were hostesses to Mem hers of the Cambridge woman a club thursday afternoon. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon High score prize for the games be ing awarded to irs. Carl o. Fat land. Guests of the club were mrs. Harry fabric us and miss Grace Warrick. 4 4 4 entertains at Bridge party mrs. John Wirth jr., entertained at an evening Bridge recently at her Home in Lafayette township. The guest list included miss Mayme Wirth mi�3 Jane Mclaughlin or. And mrs. Giles Swan or. And mrs. John Mccoy and twin daughters Raymond Day or and mrs. Earl Day and children or and mrs. C. E. Day and family Joseph Fitzgerald. 4 4 4 Harrison twp. P. T. A. Meet the first meeting of the new year of the Harrison township Parent teacher association was held wednesday in school District no. 8. A Large number attended the meeting. The meeting opened with Community singing led by mrs. In p. Richard. The Short business meeting was followed by an interesting program. An exhibit of work done by pupils in each school in the township was of special interest. Cake and Coffee were served during the social hour. Org. Irvin Hoppel is teacher of the school. 4 4 4 celebrate birthday Friday mrs. Emmett Bishop entertained guests at an Oyster supper Friday evening at Ber Home near Cambridge in Honor of the birthday of or. Bishop. The guests were or. And mrs. T. E. Adams and son Martin or. And mrs. Yates Kinyon and daughters Pauline and Phyllis and Bjarne Brekke. -4 assessor gets Little publicity but Job goes on thru out year Nevada society meal and per Tonali Goebal Council in. 5. Royal and the publicity committee who will select master will hold a stated meeting monday feb. 8 in the masonic Temple. Be in Chargi be assisted Schoedsack. Of th3 program will by miss Marguerite Library notes acres Midi club with mrs. Bode mrs. I. T Bode will entertain the j acres Midi club at a i o clock j i luncheon and Bridge tuesday her Home 215 ninth Street. 4 4 4 hostess to progressive Bridge club mrs. Lena Welch will entertain tile members of the progressive class dinner a at Wells Home members of mrs. Bartons sunday school class enjoyed a 6 30 covered dish dinner wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Me Vin Wells. Eighteen members were in attendance. Following the dinner an interesting program in charge of mrs Tom Wilson. Mrs. Cd l. Gifford and miss Georgianna Robison was Given. 4 4 it entertains thimble club miss Ada Livingstone was Host at Ess to the regular meeting of the thimble club wednesday at her i Home. I the i of clock luncheon was Fol Lowed by an afternoon of sewing and visiting. Mrs. A. M. Ring Helm and mrs. Nettie Alderman a the Harbour master a by we Bridge club tuesday afternoon at were guests of the club Liam Mcfee is receiving much Fav-2 30 at her Home 80s Douglas ave Oracle comment on All sides and nue. Will doubtless be on the Best seller 1 a 4 4 list soon. The setting and method Farewell Courtesy a suggested Conrad for Here is an extended Friday eve. Other sea tale which contains a or. And mrs. Clay a. Stafford Story within a Story. Aside from entertained the officers and staff that however there is no great of the Ames National Bank Friday similarity and certainly no borrow evening at their Home As a fare ing from Conrad. Mcfeen a flowing Well Courtesy for or. And mrs. H. And Lucid style is Well suited to the Vav. Stafford who Are leaving soon Type of character he is portraying for Miami Florida for an extended and the Book will interest a wider stay. Circle of readers than is customary games were played during the for sea stories. Evening hours and each member of in Quot my Sisters Story a Michael the party wrote a Telegram to the Ossorgin departs from the somber Staft ords who were supposed to by and somewhat horrible kind of Nar sojourning at this time in the native which prevailed in Quot quiet Southlands. Street a his novel of the russian at Midnight sapper was served revolution and writes of his Sis the guests were seated at one Iery a childhood and Early youth in Long table gayly decorated with pre War Russia he tells How she red he its and cupids and the Valier a promising career she was Entine colors were repeated in the one of the first woman architects menu. In russian to enter upon a love-1 the Guet list included or. And less marriage which resulted in mrs. La. Vav. Stafford or. And mrs her untimely death. The Story is u. R. Alley or. And mrs. Orrin h. One of great Beauty told with the Johnson mrs. Vav. A Tanner miss detached sadness of a threnody. Mae Edwinson in p. Mcneil Paul a quite different sort of Book is Klingseis Paul Younie and Alan p. C. Wrens a sowing glory a a Mccurdy. Wild and impossible tale of life in or. And mrs. Clay Stafford will the French foreign legion. Yet entertain Al dinner sulday As the w. R. 4 c. Holds f the author insists it is True and taken from the diary of a Soldier. Two new Hooks of vocational guidance have been placed in the Library for the use of Young people and May perhaps be helpful to older persons seeking a change of employment. They Are a you and your work by Cohen and Liun. And a i find my vocation by h. D. Kitson. Both Are very general treating a great number of different vocations rather than giving specific details about a few. A bettering boyhood is a sensible Book Wilt ten by f. Ii. Choicy w to has Long been recognized As a successful worker with growing boys. Tills is a Thoro going study it the problems habits and tendencies of modern american boys rom average Homes. Fathers will like it especially. I he Library has just received the one volume edition of a tile Auto biography of Lincoln Steffens which has been so popular during the past year. This Long and whim a Sica Story of a ufos Hihl Jug draw. Ing to a close has. Besides its human interest much of value in its comment on Public events and National policies. E. Stanley Jones continues his series of books on present Day re Tigon with a the Christ of the ? group of essays on form final Farewell Courtesy for or. Stafford parents or. And mrs. In w. Stafford. Or. And mrs. Ray r. Stafford and family and or. And mrs. In r. Stafford and family of Blairsburg. Amp a. A. U. Vav. Meeting tues. The american association of University women will meet tuesday feb. 9 from 6 to 7 30 for supper in the Cyclone cellar of the memorial Union. Speakers for the evening will include miss Esther Cooper who will talk on a the progressive col lege for women at Geneva a and miss Lillian Chao graduate schol i Ai will speak on a new education i in rn., a a a a a a a 0>�? a a a a to a widow of wealthy Man sues society woman for $100,000 Omaha mrs. Florence a Hoagland widow of w. By Hoag land millionaire Lumberman who meeting wednesday the women a Relief corps met in regular session wednesday afternoon in the i. O. O. F. Ball. This was the first meet big of the new year under the Dewly elected officers. Mrs. B. B. Child is presi Dent. During the business meeting plans were discussed for the Washington Lincoln program. Rites held Friday i Odd Fellows knights of pythias and red men assembled Friday Friday afternoon to pay their last respects to Herman w. Logsdon prominent in All three fraternal orders held in the Duckworth fun eral Home at 2 30 p. In. Members of the i. O. O. F. And Rebekah Lodge attended the services in a body. Services were in charge of the Rev. H. S. Wilkinson pastor of Hie first methodist Church burial was in the Ames cemetery. Or. Logsdon was a past grand of the Odd fellow order past Regent of the order of Samaritans a Branch of Odd Fellowship and formerly had been a member of the Nevada Camp. He was a past Sachem of Wabash tribe no. 170, red men. And was collector of Wampum at the time of his death. He was financial Secretary of the knights of pythias order last year. Or. Logsdon died at his Home 1326 Lincoln Way tuesday morning. Following a heart attack. He had been ill since november. Army Pilot still missing Hope is lost for safety \ i Sally. Alif. Or a fifty three army air planes and their pilots awaited Clearing skies Friday to continue a search for Lieut. Edward d. Hoffman missing since monday on a flight from los an shot and killed himself last month up is ,0 san Francisco Friday filed a $100,000 alienation of affections suit against mrs. Margarct ii. Shotwell Omaha society Leader. For 17 years mrs. Hoagland alleged mrs. Shot Well had attempt my a philosophy of life ,0io we ,. J i is the f amp of perhaps More the in ten a eds Lul Fere a Hoffman vanished info a storm j raging Over the Central California j mountains and Hopes for his safety have gradually dwindled second Lieut. A c. Cocke jr., flying with him saved his life by leaping is too feet ii his Parachute. He said Hoffman decided to attempt an emergency Landing. Others. I of the titles listed in this a Hole May be seen and reserved at Haj vines Public Library during ult w of k of february a. Quietly and without complaint. Tho suit follow s one for $50,000 j Laud 19 Days before his death flied last week by my shot Wall j promising to pay $50,000 in six against the Hoagland estate. With months if he lived and ordering it a suit mrs. Shotwell presented his executors to pay it in Esse of a promissory cute i guru by Hoag-1 death there is one City official whose work Seldom receives much publicity but whose activities go of thru out the year every year the same quietly and efficiently. His work is a More important one and the financial support of All other departments of municipal government is dependent upon this one functionary. He is the City assessor the official values Sleuth whose Job it is to locate property and see that it is entered upon the Rolls at a fait value for taxation. Milo a. Manning City assessor for 14 years is he congenial individual who keeps Tab on the real estate and personal property ownership in the City of Ames. His office is in the basement of the City in a room used also As a store room for election equipment and for any other purpose or person unable to find other Quarter in the building. Up for reelection or. Manning a office is an elective one and it is expected he will appear before the voters again this Spring for reelection. The duties of the assessor this year Are not As extensive As in some years. New assessments Are to be levied Only against personal property Money and credits and new buildings erected in 1931. In declaring personal property this year persons will be asked their debts in notes and Mort gages for checking Back against is re elected head of Telephone co. Sheldahl a John Scott was re elected president of the Sheldahl Telephone company at the annual meeting of the organization held monday evening. Other officers renamed were b red Croft Secretary Harry 7oung, treasurer port Sargent. E w. Berggren. Louie Buche and John Scott director. One new director was elected Philip hed Lund who succeeds Legrand Smith. Assessments of persons holding such a kits. Money on Deposit in Banks and postal savings accounts will be a Jesse this year but deposits in building and loan association accounts Are exempt under Iowa Laws. Bonds that Are exempt include Only Federal government municipal and High Way Bonds. Veterans exemptions there Are various personal tax exemptions for veterans of military service in time of War or their widows. Veterans of the civil War Are entitled to $3,000 exemption Spanish american War $1,800 exemption world War $500 exemption. There Are Many a tricks of the Trade of the property assessor. And or. Manning has various ways and Means of obtaining property information. He declares his assessments have met with general satisfaction and that he has had Only one complaint in 14 years a complaint resulting in a difference of $200 on an assessment amounting Only to $10 in tax Money. Or. Manning has until May i to finish the work of assessing. A Board of equalization then meets to review any assessment complaints and any citizen has a right of Appeal from the assessors findings to this Board for the current year. It is or. Manning a duty also to Complete the re i of Able bodied male persons 2t to 45 years of age for the poll tax in the City of Ames. Moneys and credits following is a list of the items to which holders of moneys and credits must swear in compiling their personal tax information. Money subject to Check and on Deposit in Banks Trust companies or similar financial institutions wherever the same is situated and which is represented by certificates of deposits Cashiers checks or similar instruments. Money other than above specified on hand or under control of the owner or his agent whether the same is held in this state or elsewhere. Promissory notes Bills of Exchange due Bills Cream checks and similar evidences of indebted Ness. Bonds except United states Bonds and Bonds issued by the state of Iowa or any municipality thereof. Real estate mortgages either upon land within the state or upon land situated outside of the state. Chattel mortgages upon person Al property in this state or elsewhere and the amount secured thereby. Book accounts Good. Judgments in this state or elsewhere. Contracts for Sale of real estate outside of this state or within the state. Annuities royalties and All sums of Money receivable at stated periods. Fliers Down in desert unbound by army pilots Oran Algeria or a French army pilots circled above the Sahara Friday in a vain search for a smoke signal that would Lead them to three aviators stranded in the desert and in danger of dying from thirst. Thru a portable radio the missing fliers had informed aviation Headquarters they would Send up a smoke signal at Dawn. But five planes roaring above the Bleak Sands failed to find them and the radio became silent Friday. The missing fliers. Jean Regin ens Robert Lenier and Joseph Touge were forced Down monday by a sandstorm. A 4 Are guilty in Chicago a sewer loot conspiracy Chicago or a four of the seven defendants in the $5,000,000 Chicago sanitary District graft conspiracy trial were found guilty Friday and sentenced to prison Terras ranging from three months to five years. The decision was read by chief Justice Harry Miller of the criminal courts. Two other judges sat. With him in the Long drawn out trial. Those found guilty Timothy j. Crowe president of the District in 1927 and 1928, the so called a whoopee Era Frank j. Link former trustee Martin j. Edelstein for Merly in charge of the real estate department John t. Miller for a Mer superintendent of permanent plants and structures. Rabbit Hunts Honor woman Golden City to. �?1the last of a series of Rabbit Hunts planned for mrs. L. A. De Good 30 years ago was held on her High i Teeth birthday. Two previous Hunts were held on his sixtieth and Seventieth birthdays. Kidnapped baby is found alive Fri. Mexico City or a the baby of or. And mrs. Thomas t. Augilar of los Angeles kidnapped last week was found alive on a Side Street in i Aruba a suburb of the capital by police Friday. Carol Lou their six month old daughter was Emic ated unwashed and poorly clothed but apparently not seriously harmed. Honor submarine dead Plymouth eng. Or a butlers sounded the last Post Call at the conclusion of Church services Here Friday for the 60 men lost aboard the submarine m-2. Naval and air Force officers civic officials and representatives of All warships in port attended. A flags in the City and at the dockyard were at half Mast. Woman Frozen 200 persons marooned in Cal. Mountains san Bernardino Cal. Let an elderly woman known Only As mrs. Lehman was Frozen to death in her Cabin at big Bear Lake and More than 200 other persons Are marooned there badly in need of milk and bread according to word Brot Here Friday by two san Bernardino businessmen. James Green and Charles our left big Bear at 3 p. In. Thursday by sled and Snowshoe and arrived Here today with their tragic Story. All Telephone lines to the Valley Are Down and six feet of Snow covers the level ground with drifts As High As 15 and 20 feet they said. It will be ten Days before the marooned persons can be Brot out by Road they added. Prices of Tribune printing Are reasonable and satisfaction la guaranteed. Film flier killed Hollywood. Cal. Or a Leo Nomis one of Hollywood a most prominent movie stunt filers was killed when a plane crashed during the filming of scenes in a picture called a sky Bridges Western Kentucky Lump Coal Cash delivered Schoeneman Bros. Co. Lumber amp Coal phone 264 Nosey Leopie a ocl tie Way Tley taste. Irs just what you a expect. People who enjoy the Good things of constantly looking for something better to eat and drink. And smoke. Something that s out of the Ordinary. In cigarettes this better taste can come Only from finer ingredients. 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