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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Ames, Iowa Circulation 4098 of saturday Issue was a Ames daily Tribune times Story county a daily weather forecast Iowa thundershowers monday afternoon or Early night cooler monday night tuesday generally fair cooler in Southeast and extreme East portions. Volume Xiii official Ames and Story county paper Ames Iowa monday june 23, 1930. United pres full leased wire service no. 302all Iowa shelters in terrific heat Palestine Church celebrates 75th anniversary Sun. 1,000 gather at Huxley for first of two Day event t Bune times county news service Huxley where 75 years ago a few norwegian pioneers rugged As the coast line of their native land met beneath a Straw thatched shed two Miles Southeast of Bere to found a Church a thousand of their descendants gathered sunday beneath a great tent pitched near the modest Little Structure of today which perpetuates that Church. One group had stolidly rugged the Short distances of it a the Prairie grass but the other rolled easily Over ribbons of Concrete borne from great distances on air cushions of rubber. But the latter sought to do homage to their predecessors. Or. H a Holm of Eagle Grove president of the Iowa District of the norwegian lutheran Church of America conducted services in the native language at 10 a0 a. In. The Palestine Church choir the mens chorus from Slater and a double quartet from Cambridge Sang. Or and mrs. Otis Boyd of Roland gave a vocal duet that was repeated by popular request during the evening service. Bounteous Basket dinners were enjoyed at noon and served As an occasion for the renewal of Many former acquaintances. The Rey. P. Buland pastor of the Church entertained those of the 13 original Pioneer and their descendant As were present at a special dinner. At 2 00 p. In the Rev. Axel Shef a Eland of Minneapolis pastor of the Church from 1903 until 1912, con ducted services in English. Short talks were made by the Rev. Lunde pastor of the Foj Tilburg Church in Huxley Oliver Hill superintended of the sunday school and o. J. Kali pm. Six members of a choir five persons die As Mercury soars to Century Maro Britain a sportsman Prince is 36 j attempts to Cool off in water end fatally Des Moines a Iowa s first 100-degree weather of the current summer was experienced sunday and the state still sheltered monday but there was Promise of Relief within a few hours. A the heat wave that sent the Mercury at Sioux City to the 100-degree perk will be broken monday afternoon or night by thundershowers the weather Bureau predicted and cooler weather will prevail tuesday. Some ram fell sunday with the maximum of 1.04 inches recorded at Charles City. City to pursue crossing fight that Sang in the Church almost 40 years ago and their accompanist mrs. E. G. Rayness. Revived old memories thru a group of hymns. Members of this their who Sang injunction hearing to re open thursday son is born to Lindbergh at Morrow Home most famous infant has Blue Eye curly hair two die in Iowa Hiway accidents Englewood. N. J. Are it a a Charles a it was understood monday is mrs. Charles of Ames. Services monday. Will continue thru out Beautiful Church replaces old shed Des Moines the City of Ames will continue its efforts thursday to have set aside the Federal court injunction which jul Vio a a a to a a i n my put my l a. _ _ i Ivo la a a Cao u i u r i a Vuu v. I sunday afternoon were Andrew and j As prevented Extension of Clark fhe name elect a for the gon Bon Sam Maland. John Stenberg mrs. Avenue. The Chicago amp North Ersland mrs. Eli Maland Western Railroad secured the tem. And mrs. Martin Grove. Horary injunction following con during the evening service the Rev. Holm again spoke followed by Den nation of a portion of its Short talks by the Rev. E. R. Rorem Yards by the Ames City Council of Slater and the Rev. L. A Pierson about a year ago. The Railroad is now seeking to make the injunction permanent. The City of Ames is contending that the growth in population and the increased use of automobiles and other conveyances has made another crossing Over the Railroad tracks imperative. At the present time there Are Only three Crossings despite the fact that the Rah Road cuts right thru the mid dle of the City and separates the downtown business District from the fourth and College Ward. The Railroad is contending that to allow the City to connect the two ends of Clark Street which place of worship us til a Church wasst0p at either Side of its prop begun shortly before the civil War. Erty would seriously undermine the War came and the building the a value of the property. The was not completed. Many men en-1 Raj Road has built extensive Yards afternoon listed and the tasks of those re an 1 a Roundhouse in the two mailing Al Home were so greatly Block stretch which Clark Avenue would sever. It alleges that when the expansion program which secured the Yards and the present depot for Ames was started the City agreed that the Yards might continued on Page three Are added victims of present heat wave Sheldahl with the seventh fifth anniversary of the Palestine Church located about two Railes Southeast of Here it is interesting to look Back for a moment into its Early history. The first place of worship was a Straw roofed shed located where the present Church stand. Soon afterwards a schoolhouse was built on the same site and used As a sunday to or. And Augustus Lindbergh. What the Middle names of the famed aviators child would be was not revealed. Lindbergh went to new York monday to Greet at a hotel rear Admiral Richard e. Byrd who arrived from Winchester a. Byrd extended congratulations on the baby a birth and Lindbergh replied with congratulations on Byrd s latest exploring achievements. A Amor had it monday afternoon that mrs. Lindbergh was insisting on a Charles Augustus Quot and Lindbergh was holding out for a Charles or. And mrs. Morrow it was said were not participating in the discussion. Multiplied that further construction was delayed until the War was ended. It was then soon completed and is today known As one of the most attractive country churches in the county. When a few years ago a basement was added it was found that the Sills upon which the Church rested were hewed from Oak Trees and that bark yet Clung to them in Many places. The altar railing now in use was installed when the Church was built and is an example of the hand carving of Jonas Lewis who is living in Cambridge. Electric lights were installed Only last year. While few of the old pioneers who established the Church Are living their children grandchildren and even great grandchildren continue to worship there. Would ask Hoover to refrain from Prosperity talk Kelley club group i. W Ashington do pm represent a Tiv Howard Democrat Nebraska read the following Resolution in the House monday resolved that the speaker of the House of representatives be and is hereby earnestly requested to forthwith appear before the president of the United states and the Secretary of the Treasury and there any in his most pleading voice a United prayers of the member 110086 from the farm states that the president and the of a Masury May he pleased to refrain from uttering in More phonetic warnings that the jewelled goddess of Prosperity in her ship with Silken sails is in the How Ai i indicated his convention that recent declines in the Price of farm products were due to of i Mistoc prophecies of president Hoo ver Aud Secretary Mellon in a in Tribune times county new service Kelley Only eight of the 42 members of the Kelley 4 h club failed to make the tour held saturday. Beginning at 8 30 a. In. A dozen stops were mad during the morning and regardless of Tho temptation to linger Over the picnic dinner in the merges Woods and the game of Kitten Ball immediately after almost As Many places were visited in the afternoon. Club members Are enrolled in Dairy calf Market pig and poultry clubs but the enthusiasm of members of one club Over the efforts i another is distinctly encouraging. Those accompanying the members w Ere h. M. Bryan Smith Hughes instructor at Kelley his successor or. Miller Clarence Johndreau county club agent and h. P. Hanson county agricultural agent. Englewood n. J it ukr it a the world s most famous boy weighs seven and three fourths pounds has Blue eyes curly hair and As yet Only one name Lindbergh. The son who was born sunday to col. And mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh May get two More names monday. When the christening is Over he is Likely to be known to the world either As Charles Augustus Lindbergh jr., or Dwight Morrow Lindbergh the latter in Honor of his Grandfather. Mrs. Anne Morrow Lindbergh gave birth to the child at 3 15 p. In. Sunday her Tiv Enty fourth birthday in the Morrow Home Here where she herself was born. One Wing of the mansion had been converted into a Hospital where the nurse and two specialists who attended mrs. Lindbergh found every facility available monday mrs. Lindbergh and the child were reported to be doing nicely. Seldom has the birth of a child been surrounded by such secrecy two persons were killed and scores injured As iowans sought to escape record breaking heat by taking to the highways Over the week end. The dead Leona Roberts 19, Fairfield. J. Vav. Rowe Cherokee. Miss Roberts was killed near Fairfield late saturday when the machine in which she and three others were Riding overturned when a tire blew out. Bruce Bailey 18, Driver of the machine was injured so seriously he was not expected to live. Rowe died sunday night in be Mars where he was taken after his automobile had overturned As he drove from Sioux City to Lemars. He was unconscious when found by passing motorists and did not regain consciousness. Charles Henry 15, Mapleton died sunday in a Hospital at Batule Creek from injuries received in an Accident a week ago his Skull was fractured in the crash last monday which took the lives of Chauncey b. Toon 33, Mapleton and John Erick 43, also of Mapleton. At Council Bluffs Arthur Rhodes 21. Raymond Hazer 4, and John Bazer 8, were injured when the machine which Rhodes was driving continued on Page three four iowans were drowned one died from the heat and two others were prostrated Over the week end As the state sheltered under the highest temperatures recorded this year. The dead Lester Reese 25, Des Moines drowned William Scribner 18, Des Moines drow Ned. Martin mate 16, Dubuque drowned. Ben Craven 21, fort Dodge drowned. D. F. Wetrich 50, Stuart heat. The body of Reese was found late sunday in the shallow end of j a Des Moines municipal Pool seven minutes after associates missed him. Reese with friends spent the morning playing baseball and the afternoon at the municipal Airport. His death occurred when a he and his friends attempted to j Cool off by swimming in the Ashworth Pool. Efforts to resuscitate Reese whose body was taken from the Pool without the knowledge of approximately 200 other swimmers were unsuccessful. Ubner a body still was sought monday in the Des Moines River. The lad swimming in full sight of relatives apparently was seized by cramps As he attempted to Cross the River. He reappeared above the surface four times before disappearing but none of those who saw him go Down were Able to reach him. Dragging of the River was started immediately but the body had not been found monday morning it was said at the office of sheriff Park a. Findley. Matz was drowned late sunday near Dubuque. While wading with friends he stepped into a Hole. His body was recovered almost immediately but efforts of resuscitation failed. He could not swim. Craven was drowned late saturday in the Des Moines River at fort. Dodge. Laverne Alexander swimming with the drowned youth said they were caught by an undertow. Wetrich succumbed to the heat late saturday when after working in stifling heat in a Hay Field he went to his Home to Cool off. His body was found by a neighbor. John Holland jr., Catcher for the Oklahoma City team in Western league succumbed to the heat while playing in the third inning of the first game of a doubleheader. He was removed from the Field and will be Able to play with continued on Page five temperature of 108 is recorded in Ames sunday Mercury continues to break old Marks monday Des Moines a a steadily rising thermometer which at 3 00 p. Monday recorded a tempera Ture of 94 6 degrees in Des Moines indicated that All records for the Yesar would be broken As Iowa sheltered under its third Day of abnormal heat. Swimming pools and bathing beaches continued to be crowded As iowans sought Relief from the High temperatures which were aiding growing Corn. Honda Bureau Here Are some interesting closeups of Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David officially known in England As the Prince of Wales who will celebrate his thirty sixth birthday on june 23, still unmarried. Perhaps the future Kings Devotion to sports explains it for he is an ardent and versatile sportsman. He is shown Here As he appeared at the recent dartmoor Hunt club races swinging a Golf club a la his american Tutor Bobby Jones and playing a fast game of Tennis. Britain honors Wales on his 36th birthday poker game ends in Ames court week end heat records fell to Ames monday As even higher temperatures prevailed than on saturday and sunday. On monday the records of Tho two previous Days started to fall at i a. In when the temperature was 8 4 As compared to 76 saturday and 66 Friday night at the same hour. At 7 a. In. Monday the Mercury had reached 90 but during the next two hours it j fell to 86 and then Rose to 87, at to a. In. 90 was reached again and at i p. In. The Mercury stood at 96 As compared to 90 at the game time saturday and 92 the same time Sunda. At 2 p. In. The thermometer still read 96. The highest temperature of the week end was recorded sunday afternoon at o clock when the thermometer at the municipal electric Light Plant registered 108 degrees. The municipal thermometer is in the Sun Between Tho hours of 3 30 and 4 30 each afternoon but the thermometer stayed up to too until after 6 of clock. On Friday evening the City cooled off slightly but saturday and sunday evenings the Mercury stayed in the 80 s thru out the night. Over 1,6 c o per a scr m in carry spool Olinda a new record for attendance. Ail soft drink and ice Cream dispensers reported record sales Over the week end. It is believed by weather prophets Here that a temperature Reading of 108 is a new record for Ames. The municipal ther London ice a Bells were rung and a Salute fired at Windsor chs tie monday in Honor of the Prince of Wales thirty sixth birthday. Coincidentally King George was Rometer in numerous tests has Luke assesses series of been found an Rae fines monday a poker game which ended in a fight and was apparently accompanied by Home Brand of celebrating the nineteenth Anni liquid refreshment ended monday Ersary or his Coronation Obser-1 morn a a a ,h8 am a Mun Ocipa Vance of which was postponed from1 yesterday because it was sunday. The King and Queen Mary left Windsor Castle by automobile and proceeded to Buckingham Palace to resume residence there. A ii in i Quot. A a. Drake u. Sponsors la. Student tour Des Moines tour of Iowa for the purpose of exhibiting to students the natural wanders of the state was announced monday court when judge j. Y. Luke assessed the various principals fines on a series of charges. One of the men Frank Bauer 29, who gave his address As 402 Kellogg Avenue was still in Jai monday noon awaiting arraignment on a charge of larceny from person. The Story starts with the ringing of the police department Telephone about 6 o clock sunday the hourly temperatures for saturday sunday and monday follow by the Drake University College of a neighbor reported a .1 crowdy party at Sunburg Home on the William West fifth 400 legionnaires expected at state Center affair tuesday the education. The tour to be made by motor bus will begin August 9 and last. Until August 25. Including stops at a a a Quot rep it la a a Hea a scores of Iowa cities As Well As i of y broken up hut neigh i Bora reported that there had been a fight and one Man was cd drunk again sat. Sun. Mon. 12 Iii 08 80 84 i a in. 66 76 84 2 a in. 66 76 82 a a in. 64 76 82 4 a in. 63 76 81 ,1 a in. 63 76 81 6 a in. 68 76 84 7 a in. 77 79 of 8 a in. 78 81 86 9 a in. 80 85 87 to a in. 82 87 Roll a Iii. 87 90 of 12 in 87 92 92 i p in 90 92 96 2 p in. 92 94 96 3 p Iii. 93 96 4 p in. 99 108 a p in. 99 102 to p in. 92 too 7 p Iii. 88 98 8 p in. 8a 90 o i in. 84 88 to a it in. 82 80 la p in. 82 84 12 in. 80 84 one Stop each in Illinois and wis consin.1m> i Middle West baseball scores the police Telephone expects showers rang and v. R. Perks of Ontario special to the Tribune tinn a. State Center preparations Are being made to banquet 400 persons at the masonic Hall Here tuesday evening during the convention of the a a fighting fifth of the american legion. Registration of the guests will be made at i of clock tuesday afternoon under the direction of h. E. Malloy chairman of the committee. Reporters who waited at the Gale at 2 of clock pairings will be made a Golf tournament at the sunny wheat continues precipitous fall on Chicago Board Chicago it or it a crashing 3 3-8e downward during the morning. July wheat fell to 89 l-2c on the Board of Trade monday. The Low est level since the break of 1914 while september w heat at 93c w As the lowest since 1890. At one time during the Day a1 deliveries of w heat on All american markets were Selling for under a Dollar. Of the Morrow Home were unaware of the arrival of the boy until More than two hours after the event. Inside the Home however the news was being broadcast. A a Friend of the family Quot called the United press and gave the news refusing however to Supply anything except the fact that the child was a boy that it had been born at 3 15 p. Rn., and that it weighed something More than seven pounds. Dwight w. Morrow mrs Lindbergh s father who went thru his successful Campaign for the Republican nomination for senator from new Jersey without once losing his Calm judicious bearing was reported to be jubilant continued on Page five fund is slashed Washington Olp a reduction of the Wickerham Law enforcement expenses for next year from $250,000 to $50,000 with instructions that it be used solely tor investigation of prohibition was approved fre Ament monday by the full Senate Appro-1 seven cd nth Brook course four Miles North of Here. This event will be supervised by h. C Herntz or. After the banquet the drum and Bugle corps will escort the guests to theater where addresses will a made by col. C. B. Robbins of Cedar rapids former assistant Secretary of War and past state commander Glen c. Haynes present state commander and r s. Laird state adjutant with a Quick curtain on the speakers the guests will flock to Exkhardt s Hall where there will be a Brief Drill by the drum corp an athletic exhibition and a Buffet lunch. Walter e. Exkhardt is fifth District con Miandi major q. M. Hill Man. Commander of the Harlan g. Plants Post no. 122, the Host and chairman of committees not named above g. M. Hilleman program e. C. Rhodes decoration Charles Wood Parade a m. Wormley re 0 4 3 15 in 3 Manion homers Gomez 5 12 2 9 13 i St l too too 000 n y 721 400 01 Kimsey Stiles and Johnson and Dickey. Ruth. Second game St l 4 n y 0 Collins and Ferrill Carroll and Hargrave. Cleve .310 too Ooi Wash 102 030 30 Miller Beane and Myatt Crowder and Spencer second Garnet batteries mud in and Myatt Marberry and Ruel. Chicago too 010 oooo i Phila too Ooi to Faber and Berg Grove Cochrane second game Chicago. Too 0 Phila .304 3 Henry themas and Tate 5 i j reported that his son had been i robbed and a to Home out chief cure and officer Behling responded but upon their arrival or. Perks senior was plainly under the influence of intoxicating liquor. He was taken to jail. The cell door had hardly clanged shut when in walked the son Merle Perks. Merle a face was All battered up and his clothes were rumpled. He told police he had been a beat up Quot by Frank Bauer after a poker game at Sunburg a House Perks said that Bauer took $43 from him. The police arrested Bauer at his Home and Sunburg at his and put All of the men except Sunburg in jail. Sunburg fur Chic ago of continued on a the Middle Page two 2 g a sighed Huo appearance Bond. Boy scout lost in mountains searchers fear California youth May be dead and on monday morning judge Riverside. Cal., up a somewhere in the rugged san Jacinto mountains Harold Johnson 12-year-old boy scout. Monday was believed either wandering blindly thru the Maze of canyons and Arroyo or lying dead of starvation and exposure on a Snow covered Peak scores of men and boys including Forest rangers and Oby scouts Mahaffey and Cochrane. Foxx Haas Simmons. Detroit. Too too of Boston too too 02 Sullivan and Desautels Fayden and Heving homers r, of Harold s company were organi fled Sunburg $35 and costs Eden intensive search. Sheriff Mac major g. M. Hilleman Marsh la Grun Benton comprise the fifth District while Story is not included in the District a cordial invitation is ext need to All legionnaires from that county. To e local Post with a membership of 102, is the fifth largest a National league Burklyn .321 of plot sigh. .003 of Elliott and Lopez Meinz Hemsley. By. .002 too Sineln. Too too Walker and Hogan Kolp Sukeforth. Phila. .030 Chicago ,. .400 for assault and Battery Frank Bauer $10 and costs for disorderly conduct and a a r. Get res $10 and costs for intoxication. Charges were not filed against Merle Perks. After Baur paid the Fine for disorderly conduct he was immediately arrested again and charged with larceny from person and Bond was set at $1,000. Authorities started to investigate Perks Story of the alleged theft of $43 by Bauer because when Bauer was searched he had exactly $43 in his pockets Willoughby and Davis Bush privations committee. The state despite the fact that state and Hartnett. Homers Wilson by Tama Jones Cedar Linn Aud Center Bas a population of but 1q05. Davis treaty approved Washington Uri a the London naval treaty moved a step nearer ratification Munday when the Senate foreign relations committee a favourable report on the document. The vote was 16 to 4 for the treaty. Carlf Rayburn to charge of the i Hunt declared every Effort will be j made to find the boy before dark i Ness Falls Over the mountains i monday night. It was admitted however that Only a slender Hope exists thai he would be found alive. He had no food end Only a Small Blanket and scout kit when he became separated from Bis companions during a hike Iasi thursday. An army Filer who passed Over the Region late sunday said he saw what appeared to be the lifeless body of the boy in the Snow near the 10x00 foot Summit of the highest peak., the missing boy was with 30 Oiler scouts and their Lei Der tramping in the mountains when it became lost he a no miss until the company returned to the Village of i Corona where Harold s father to i postmaster i Ilii i we a a warn

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