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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Ames, IowaBy trek in Ames it Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa saturday july 18 1936 i 0 0 f to 4 meet tuesday Ames Lodge no 309 i 0 0 f will meet in regular session tues Day evening in the i 0 0 f tem ple to hold picnic meeting members of Willard chapter w c t u will hold a picnic meeting tuesday at the Home of mrs Claude w Smith 721 Hodge ave nue the picnic dinner at 1 Oclock will be followed by a business meeting at 2 p m plans for the new year will be discussed including on the program will be a talk on the youth conference sponsored by the w c t u held recently at Centerville by mrs farm Bureau and 4h Franklin 4h club to meet the Franklin Friendly Farmer ettes 4h club will meet in regu Lar session tuesday afternoon at the Home of Marjorie Fincham Ames 4 Iowa fire loss million and half within 2 weeks Des Moines Iowa daily press Bureau Iowa losses exceeding activities of the International in the Jast two k league for peace and Freedom of near much a n Al a speaker selected by mrs c h moguls f a Friday caused Fly Itrovy a vac f in a Rotao r state fire Marsha Vincent Pyle to urge All Lowans particularly to guard against the fire Hazard Dur ing present dry conditions Pyle recommended that Farmers plow three of four furrows where Ever possible along edges of Fields to prevent re Currence of grass and Grain fires which have done thousands of Dol Lars Worth of Daviage this month county society and locals Ontario from his daughter Olive of Des Moines who is spending her Vaca Tion Here Colo sunday afternoon guests at the Clarence Rex Home were or and mrs Russell Burton of Chicago or and mrs Russell Rex and son of Marshalltown miss Doris Rex and or and mrs Carroll Rex of Ames daughter of or and mrs Sid at1 conference of Coll methodist Church Friday the quarterly conference of the collegiate methodist Church was at noon at the memorial held Irani p miss Hazel Atkinson eldest j nay with the c l d8ict d w Baker returned Home Mon Day night from a trip thru North Dakota Kinson plans to enter Oakdale j soon As necessary j sanitarium As arrangements can be made i the condition of miss Mary g the annual and the following approved for of the made facial list next year the condition or Mary j trustees s Pickett j r and Martin and Joseph Schoppe nurse who has been con Sage j e Foster j mailman the Road and be continually on thu Lookout for taif slow car ahead there a be a stalled car on the pavement and you May not have i oven the warning of a single Small i taillight crashes occur from this cause Alt too frequently i look carefully also for the Tho less Rural Walker who May i be tramping ahead of you Down your own which is his wrong Side of the Road you Mav be Able to discern Only the dimmest outline before you have to swerve suddenly to avoid him and if you have to Stop for a puncture or Foi any other trouble pull entirely off the Roadway if possible there it the Only safety playground open House next week of of Tenor 111 spent wednesday at the j c Kinsella Home or and mrs Raleigh Rasmus sen and daughter and or and mrs fined to her Home with heart 1 0 a Brown j Martin trouble continues about the same lard disbursing w m Vernon mrs emm Shenkle has been ill c benue j c e1 from unusual heat at the Home Bridge f e Francis e g living Lloyd Johnson and family spent of Fler daughter mrs e s Stuntz Clem c s Mccleskey v a Moo Covault president of the Branch of the league entertain at dinner Courtesy or and mrs c h Anthony entertained at a Lovely dinner party thursday evening Ai their Home honouring their son and wife or and mrs William v Anthony of married re Hampton who gently covers were arranged for is relatives at the dinner party the evening was spent informally on the Anthony Lawn the honoured couple was presented with a grocery Shower or and mrs Anthony have just returned from a wedding trip to Bates Park Colo they will be at Home in Hampton where or an Thony is on the editorial staff of the Hampton chronicle attending the affair from out of town were or and mrs v h Fox worthy of Spencer and or and mrs l h Fowler and daughter dryness make it of Highway particularly shoulders dangerous from a Field fire standpoint to throw matches and Cigar ets out of cars he said he suggested that Farmers cure Hay Well before placing it in barn and recommended use of Salt on the Hay As a fire preventive numerous fires caused by com Bustion in Oil and dust rags and mops have been reported head ded particular care against All sorts of blazes should be exercised during this dry weather the mar Shal explained because even the Majean of Accel or Foxworthy promptly discovered biases get out and mrs Fowler Are brother and tester of mrs c h Anthony of control before fire fighting equipment can reach the scene Pyle cited a recent 100coo Des Moines fire which could not be handled even Tho a girl in the building immediately turned in the alarm since probably a million dollars of the damage was caused by fir Nevada funeral services for works pie said is department mrs l a Berka 73 who died at is Worling on a state legislative held at the Bishop funeral Home sunday afternoon at burial Vada cemetery mrs Berka a native of Bohemia had been ares Dent of Nevada for is years surviving mrs Berka Are her husband three sons and two daughters they Are Milo Berka use of fire works in the state except where under strict control As night Dis supervised july largest fire in the was the conflagration which did three quarters of a Mil total they Jerry Berka and Harry Berka All ceded the Mother in death of Nevada mrs Betty of were mrs Lotta Porter Louis Nevada and miss Louise Berka of Berka or Fredric and mrs Madison wis four children pre Mayme Soper pattern sunday evening at the Sam tier Nagle Home near Randall or and mrs Carroll Rex of Ames and or and mrs Forrest Milliken spent sunday evening in Des Moines monday evening guests at the Raleigh Rasmussen Home were mrs Alice Crowde mrs Eva Ras Mussen and sons Leo and Delbert and or and mrs Jack Borson or and mrs Earl Freel and daughter of Ames and or and mrs Forrest Milliken spent monday evening at the we Milliken Home or and mrs George Jones and or and mrs Lawrence Frey and sons spent sunday evening at the Cliff Gilbreath Home Northeast of Ames Lona Fay Robinson spent the weekend with Violet Marie and Louise Wright Harold Stoneburner of Madrid spent last week with his grand parents or and mrs Charlie Cal Lahan miss Margaret Reilly is visiting in Green Bay wis with mrs Leo Monaei mrs Charlie Callahan mrs Dor Othy Ihle and son Jack spent Mon Day afternoon in Boone attending to business or and mrs Gale Valine and children called sunday evening at the Delbert lint Home or and mrs Morgan babbling ton and daughters of Des Moines spent sunday afternoon at the Del Bert lint Home or and mrs Regis Fitzgerald spent saturday in Des Moines at tending to business Helen Cooper spent the weekend n Ames at the Henry Oneil Home mrs Dearinger of Ames visited monday with mrs Ward Pontious or and mrs Regis Fitzgerald were sunday guests at the Ray Fitzgerald Home in Boone the farm Union local 960 met at the Regis Fitzgerald Home Sun Day evening for a picnic supper about seventy five guests were pre sent or and mrs a s Reilly spent unday afternoon at the Seth Kings Bury Home or and mrs Orin Harlow and family spent sunday evening at the Ralph Wright Home Shenkle who is 86 suffered by h r Meldrum j b Peterson a very severe illness last Winter e d Russ c h from which she has not fully re Van Vlack Frances Warner Gar Field Beaman m t Carey Harry Biester Louis Devries William irn twill Pae and manual arts group Are com Bining for a Field Day at the High school athletic Field included in the program will be a pus Mobile contest a half mile bicycle race 73 Yard dash shot put High jump and Ether events Friday afternoon the downtown handicraft and sew ing group will present a puppet show and exhibit in room 4 of the High school building a downtown Page thru Star stud by is scheduled for Friday evening the High school Field House grounds the vocal music group directed by miss Edna Bower will present an operetta Friday night at 8 at the High school auditorium there will be no charge and everyone is Welcome Wells stated that at All of these events the Public is invited unless it is otherwise stated and that there is no charge for any of them he also said that letters had been sect Home with children this week to their parents asking for com ments on this years program covered friends thru out the state will he morning tasks will be lighter for the housewife who wears a becoming dress As no 8639 made of Percale Gingham or Cool Green Blue or Rose Short sleeves and the gathered terns allowing Freedom for action Pat terns Are sized 32 to 50 size 3 requires 4 Yards of 35inch material Striction is 8nd step step sewing in the name Offit hts mention pattern Book with a Complete selection of separately 1s ready its 15 cents when purchased Send in just an pm to order it with the pattern above just an additional 10 cents with the Coupon Bureau place Brooklyn n y enclosed i 15 cent in Coin for pattern Nom name address City name of this newspaper Story City Almina Jacobson is spending the week at her Home in Kanawha having been called there sunday by the death of her Young brother Orlin who underwent an operation for appendicitis the week previous he had been recovering very nicely but suffered a relapse and passed away Early sunday she was accompanied Home by Martha Josie and Susan Jacobson and Jake Nels and Ben Jacobson her aunts and uncles Carrie Ose has moved into the b k Johnson residence in the North part of town which she recently purchased and is having re modelled she is planning to move her Beauty shop from the rooms Over Brattebo store to her new residence also the Luther Regeno family will move into the residence vacated by miss Ose Merle Jones of Shenandoah is spending a part of his vacation Here with his parents or and mrs r s Jones or and mrs bidder of Cam Bridge have moved to Roones in the mrs Lizzie Jacobson residence or Biddle is employed As Foreman at the s t Farmer Canning com Pany Here or and mrs Wilbur Sowers Are the parents of a daughter born july 11 at the Mary Greeley hos Pital in Ames Ann Uthe is enjoying a vacation of several weeks in Yellowstone National Park and Points West Chris Meuse of Mayville n d was called Here sunday by the death of his Mother mrs o m Olson he returned Home Friday accompanied by his sister Louise Olson and Fern Hunter who expect to visit some time there Eloise Marsh of Lehigh arrived Ere tuesday to visit a few Days Rith her Friend june Teig a class mate of Drake University miss Teig entertained a number of girl friends in her Honor at a picnic upper thursday evening t k Henderson left wednes a for a two weeks visit at the ome of his daughter finn Torjussen and family at Brooklyn vew York mrs Henry Kris Tyson and Aughter Evelyn of Washington is and wis and mrs Helen Kaske and children of Evanston Iii have Een visiting relatives Here this week being called by the of their Mother mrs Sam Kristenson who died sunday they win leave for their Homes again sunday or and mrs Lawrence Jae Oban Are the parents of a daughter born july 15 at the local Hospital be sorry to learn of the illness of mrs j j Hattery Mother of John Hattery chief of the state High Way patrol at her Home Northeast of Collins is batters advanced years and the unprecedented heat Combine to cause the family and their Many friends grave con Cern Milo Pitcher vocational agriculture instructor in the lament school has resigned to accept a Simar position a Waukon where a Smith Hughes department is to be installed Robert Mulcahy returned to his Home in Ames after a three weeks visit with his grandparents or and mrs Stephen a Carr mrs Long underwent an operation at the University hos Pital Iowa City monday mrs l h Ozias of Hamilton re turned to her Home sunday Fol lowing a 10 Day visit with her Mother mrs Jane Burney and Sisters miss Alice Burney and mrs Lena Vasey mrs Clarence Hanson formerly of Radcliffe who has been visit ing at the Home of her parents or and mrs Perry Satterlee the past four weeks left for Spring Field 0 thursday night or Han son has accepted a position with a paint company and the family will make their Home there the misses Ada and Belle Swal Well Daisy Mary Kimberley Fern Carver Mildred Deniston Velma Pitcher Aileen wit Merand Gene Vieve Sinnott motored to Des Moines tuesday evening to see the picture the Green pastures mrs Wayne daughter Mary their Home in Vasey and Little Eleanor left for Denver thursday language evening following a two weeks vacation spent with mrs vases parents or and i s Chas France of Rose Hill and with or vases Eldorf Mother mrs Ola Vasey and other Bentley v Collins relatives and friends or he Vasey was recently awarded his masters degree in social science by the University of Denver or and mrs Earl Cope and Ruth Ann were saturday night guests at the j g Gingles Home coming to attend funeral services for mrs c e fish or Cope was recently elected superintendent of the Jessup consolidated school and will move his family there As soon As a suitable House can be found Romance ebbs As town loses All its Trees Ossett England this item to the consequences of the world because this textile town de cited itself to making millions of Yards of Khaki during the War it lost All its Trees and because it had no Leafy Parks 10 Shady Lov ers Lane the marriage rate has declined almost to Zero according to the Rev g h Marshall d s 0 the vicar of Ossett he says he has been prodding the afforestation department of the ministry of agriculture to Plant some Trees in the one treeless town in Yorkshire but he finds them dumb they prefer to continue planting Trees in the Lake Devries electoral judges and tellers for d Ross judge c s Mccleskey and h r Meldrum tellers three plaintiffs win civil cases Here by default plaintiffs in three civil cases in the municipal were granted fault in which defendants failed to appear to present their cases Clarence e Nelson of Story City was granted from Howard court this week judgments by de District he observes impatiently not Many people could Trace offend he says any connection Between making Khaki cloth in 1917 and the local marriage rate 19 years later but to inhabitants of Ossett it is Plain enough the Mills worked Day Power to recover Johnson of Story City the amount representing value of two cars delivered to Johnson the Story county state Bank of Story City was Given a judgment by default against Iver Sampson of Story City the amount being on a promissory note signed by Sampson about a Yea go the general motors acceptance corporation of Des Moines was granted repossession of a car from John s Foley and t j Foley of near Ames in the petition the corporation reported that 8726 in night he states burning off with sulphuric acid the Cotton thread in the shoddy which was later turned into Khaki uniforms that killed every tree in the place except two or three sickly elms and the result is a cheerless Romanc discouraging place in which the marriage Ells Are virtually silent Back payments was due on a 1930 and Chevrolet by the Foley answers to test questions below Are the to the test questions printed on Page one 1 gliding 2 the most famous of the great florentine of the Renaissance 3 no he was food act Minatra Tor during United states participation in the world War 4 the West Bank 5 Chihuahua 6 orbit 7 Charles Dickens 8 Sloto 9 Lisbon Eye oilers exhibited Toledo prove that seeing not always is believing part of miss Eloise Voorheis mathematics class at Libbey High school formed an optical illusion group and make no an exhibit of examples Tot a which serves to Point our j is terrifying drum inc by National safety Council and Story county safety Council night on the Highway nearly two thirds of the fatal motor car accidents take place Between 6 p m and 6 a m yet traffic for that 12hour period is Only about on third of the 24hour total Cool nerves Are demanded for night driving four Lane Road Way very Likely meant that Douba the usual number of Fla birr Matt be gauged and passed the Speed with which some of these Niehing demons approach John Lund is enjoying visit toe existence of a disease keep Well to the right sme of Kunerth Clayton Kempf Leland Underkoefler Sam Edgecomb j a Adams recording mrs William Vernon communion mrs William Kunerth mrs g h Peyton la times Aid mrs m a countryman women Home missionary mrs Robert Slee Epworth league Jay Wakeley and Harold Kettleson student Council Woodward president Caryl Pratt sunday school Harold Kettleson Epworth league Howard Osborn finance Harold Shepher unit Leader Howard Merkel Phi Tau the to Stanley Alfred editor Cleone Brookins Kappa Phi exo Eficio m a countryman president ladies Aid mrs b s Pickett superintendent sunday school mrs Robert John Slee president missionary society j m Aikman brotherhood Jay Wake Ley president Epworth league ministerial Swickard m t Mcdonald Nelson Faxton Horn membership and Lay evangelism mrs j m Aikman mrse dross mrs v a Moody mrs Andrew Leffler John Peterson Leland Underkoefler Kempf mrs g s Nichols mrs Louis de Vries mrs c m Morgan b s Pickett religious 3 s Pickett j e Foster Ray Wakeley Stuart Smith r c Bentley e g Livingston j c Eldridge h r Meldrum fran Ces Warner w m Vernon j m Aikman William Kunerth Benevo h Van Vlack Roscoe Baker a r Kooser mrs Florence Brown Jessie Kelley c s Mccier key social service and local hos colpitts Frank a con mrs m a countryman mrs Charles Pratt auditing Arfield Beanman mrs e g Liv Ingston m t Carey c g Livingston a c l Moody Biester Church rec Earle Ross d d water Man m a coun Tryman mrs 0 a Brown mrs Claude Van Vlack pulpit b s Pickett o a Brown j e Foster v a Moody Earl d Ross nominating a Moody j m Aikman William ver non e g Livingston foreign Kneips velvet ice Cream the food everyone enjoys in hot weather special Brick chocolate mint ice Cream Lemon pineapple sherbet Vanilla ice Cream also your favorite flavor in Bluk package ice Cream delivered daily in Ames Neils pasteurized matk and Cream fresh cottage cheese once Dairy phone 62 wherever you go this summer keep up with the news from Home take the Ames daily Tribune with you on Vaca Tion learn what the candidates Are Tab on the prices of your favorite Stock on the doings of the folks on the comic Page take the Ames daily Tribune with you and keep posted on marriages engagements births the news from Back Home use the convenient Coupon Send it in and Well Transfer your subscription to your summer address t please Send m Ames daily Tribune to me at t address state from Date f name j address Date the at is daily Tribune

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