Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on July 31, 1933 · Page 6
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Dl AlfM AMK8 DULY TlIBUlfl! TIMES. AMM IOWA MONDAY, JULY 31, 1933. -: Society: PAQITK1BB Former Am»» Musicians Sing in Quartet Former members of the staff at Iowa State and their families, in Ames over the week-end, enjoyed a picnic Saturday evening at Brookside park with old friends: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Turner and three children, Janet, Marian and Robert of Wheaton,' 111., .guests in the W. H. Root homer Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mervine and son Charles of Fort Collins.. Colo., visiting in the home of Prof and Mrs. J. B. Davidson; and Dr .and Mrs. R. M. Shipman and daughter Marjorie of Des Moines, former pastor of the First Methodist church. Mrs. H. H. Sunderlin of Peoria, 111., who with Mr. Sunderlin and their children Donald and Muriel are visiting in the Carl Ringgenberg home south of town, was a former member of the quartet which sang in the First Methodist church during the pastorate of Dr. Shipman, other members being Mr. Ringgenberg, Mrs. Turner^and Robert Clark of Gilbert Sunday they took their accustomed places in the choir, the quartet numbers being a delightful surprise of the church services. On Sunday evening the members of the quartet and their families etajoyed a picnic dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark in Gilbert. &, >v A, Mrs. Root Hostess Monday Mrs. E. M. Mervme was honored Monday afternoon by Mrs. W. H. Root, eight former friends of the visitors being entertained at the Root home on Brookridge avenue. After a social hour refreshments were served by the hostess. <5> «c «f Legion Aux. Picnic Wed. The American Legion auxiliary will hold a picnic Wednesday evening for their families. The affair •will be held in Brookside park at 6 o'clock and each member is ask ed to bring a coveied dish, sanrt wiches and table service. J CAHNDAB Tuesday W. M. S. Christian Church. Bridge at Country Club. Wimodausis Club. Leisure Hour Bridge. Wednesday Legion Auxiliary Picnic. Golf for Women At Country Club The regular golf events of the Women's Golf association will take place Wednesday morning at the country club course. The play will begin at 8 o'clock followed by luncheon at 12 o'clock. The luncheon committee is Mrs. B. W. Hammer, Mrs. Tolbert MacRae and Mrs. Robert I. Simpson. Reservations must be made by Tuesday noon by calling Mrs. Hammer at phone number 1426-W. On Sunday at the Ames Golf and Country club was the monthly mixed two ball foursome. Forty per sons played and prizes were awarded to Grant Cudgeon and Mrs. Glay Stafford, low score, and W. P. Nichols and Mrs. B. W. Hammer, high score. Following the golf events a family supper was served to 50 members and families. To Entertain Bridge Club Mrs. Strite will be hostess Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at her home 823 Douglas avenue to members of the Leisure Hour Bridge club. *; ^ <5 Entertain At Post iJuptial Party Miss Laura Kooser and Miss. Cleo Lockwood were hostesses Friday evening at a delightful party given in bonor of Mrs. James D. White a recent bride. Bridge -as played at two tables Twelve good reasons that will interest thrifty buyers, providing the spirit of economy with savings in every department. - -*«; SPECIAL PRICES ON GOSSARD GARMENTS 98c All wen Higher Priced N'ow Offered Special Unbleached Sheeting 31 inch Sturdy Even weave and finish 20c during the ev«jing. Mr*. Kratoska was awarded bigk »**re prize and Miss Winnie Morris low ecor«. Delightful refreshments were served tt the conclusion of the games. Mrs. White ,w»8 presented with a kitchen shower at this time. Those present were: Mr*. Ralph Kratoska, Mrs. Stanley Ferguson, Mrs. James D. White, Mrs. Carroll Parno. Miss Lois Breazeale,/ Miss Ruth Erickson, Miss Winnie Morlis. Miss Cleo Lockwood. & * <* Bridge At Country Club The weekly bridge gam«s for women of the Ames Golf and Country club will be held Tuesday afternoon. Play-jg to begin promptly at 2:30. Hostesses *re. Mrs. T. R. Agg and Mrs. H. E. Pride. • <f' * «> Missionary Society To Meet The Women's Missionary society of the Chrlitian church will meet Tuesday .,. afternoon at 2:30 at th« home of Mrs. I. J. Scott. Mrs. Tolbert MacRae will be in charge of the program. , ••• <s$ Wimodausis Club Meeting Tuesday Mrs. E. L. Wallace will be hostess Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 to members of the Wimodausis club. . <8> <$• 3> Former Student Is Wed In Wisconsin Announcement is made of the marriage. of-Miss Viola Barbara Hoesly. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hoesly of La Crosse Wis., and Maynard B. Vifquain. Iowa State college graduate now ol Minneapolis Minn., which took place Monday Julr 17. The ceremony was performed in the chapel of the Corgill home in La Crosse at 2:30 with the Rev. E. O. Vik, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church officiating. The" wedding marches were played by Mrs. Calvin Thatro and prior to the service Miss Mildred Forseth sang, "When Song Is Sweet." and "At Dawning." The bride was charming in an ensemble of -white triple crepe •with accessories of white. Her flowers were an arm bouquet of Johanna Hill roses and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid. Miss Ruth Pohjonen of Minneapolis wore a frock of beige crepe and carried Ophelia roses. Martin Jardan of Chicago was the-best'man. A reception was held following the ceremony and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs.; Vif quain left for a T isit to the west coast anc will also tou, - Yellowstone National park. Upon their return they will be at home at 4327 Lynftale avenue tso.uth, .Minneapolis. ,- '••' ... " '" •' The fcrjde was 'graduated from music 'department at tie State University of Minnesota in 1932. The groom is a brother of Prof. R. M. Vifquain of Ames. He was graduated t«.'om Iowa State college in 192S and was a member of the Sigma-": Alpha te -£psil6n fraternity. He is.' ifbw ..^coiinected with the Armstrongs Linoleum anjl Cork compaay .in; Minneapolis. • " : . Attending thfe . Wedding -from Amgc 'were: Prof, and Mrs;' R. M. Vifqaain, son N«d and daughter Elaine, and Miss Vivian C. Vifquain. I All Linen Napkins Hemstitched 18x18 Real quality Ready for use 19c Nevada Society News Person&Js Pillow Tubing 42 inch Soft finish Smooth Bleached 18c Linen Crash Toweling Quality Crash for Roller or Hand towels 18c Bleached Muslin Yard wide , Splendid "Quality for This low' price 8k Bailsrd-Davidson ' ' Wedding^ Wednesday •"; -:x • *i: The marriage of Miss .Dorothy Davidson .or Carlisle and Glen Bollard of Des Moines was solemnized Wednesday":.afternoon in a ceremony performed in the Methodist parsonage; v ''-'"'. The Rev. G. A. Lawton read the service. Ira Sheffield of Story City witnessed the ceremony. <£ 3> <fe Christian Society Holds Social Meeting .Eighteen members of the Christian Ladies aid enjoyed the social and tea Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sol Peterman. Sewing;,was done during the afternoon anS tea was,served by"the hostess. Mrs. H. P. Albery and housegues^.Mrs. Belle Rickefts of Iowa City "were visitors. . Turkish Toweling Pure white Double Thread Good service 25c Drapery Cretonnes or for coverin' boxes or chair Bright colors New -design 15c Unbleached Muslin Excellent for so many Home uses Yard wide 7k Quality Dress Prints Yard wide 80 square Best for School frocks 15c Quilting Muslin 39 inch Fine sturdy Weave Soft finish lOc Mid-Summer Cool Smart " Wash Frock » 98c Miss Fern^ Peterson of Kirkman, a graduate nurse, recently assum ed her duties at the Iowa sanitarium. The Rev. and Mrs. George A. Lawton and ..son Alfred left .Monday for a two' weeks vacation rest at their cottage ai- Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howell and sons Claire and diaries and Mrs. Howell's mother. Mrs. R. M. Madison returned Saturday from a visit with relatives in Hollendale, Minn. Mrs. Orvald Hanson, who under went an operation for appendicitis last Monday morning at the Iowa sanitarium, is reported to be recovering nicely. She was taken to the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Harris. Monday. Mrs. Hanson was the former Miss Reba Harris. Miss Myra O'Xeii. graduate nurse left Friday evening for Urbana, la. She will leave Urbana accompanied by her sister. Mrs. Hawley, and husband for the state of Washington, the home of the Hawley family. Miss O'Neil plans to remain in the west .for a year. Mrs. Harold G Knjwell filed her resignation Friday as deputy treasurer of Story county after serving in that capacity for the past : six and a half years. Miss Ina Hubbard, assistant in the office will succeed her in the treasurer's office. Miss Ruth Harvey of Cedr Rapids was in Nevada Friday where she attended the funeral services held for her cousin, the late Sher man Ilium. Mrs. .1. E. Shalley has just re turned from Bnndurant where she spent two weeks with her daughter. Mrs. Jie Swny and husband. Mr. and Mrs. John Mnroney and Mrs. Elizabeth Wells left Saturday for Omaha for A week-end vislf in the home of Mrs Mnroney's tiroi'ier sml wife, Mr *t>d Mrs Tn'-n ('""""Vlv .rn' 1 f-'-,i] v . Mrr r. K MnrV •«<! PIN] rlp-i^ri tcr, Miss "Irene Marklind. Mrs. County Society Neu>s Proctor Family Holds Reunion ' The Proctor family enjoyed a reunion and picnic Sunday at the C. V. Proctor home near Fernald. The noon dinner was served cafeteria style and the .afternoon was spent informally. Those present were: Mrs. Calista Proctor of Nevada and her ^hree sisters, Mrs. Emma Hosier, Creston, Mrs. James Sanders, Bancroft and Mrs. Carrie Anderson, Spartansburg, S. C., Miss Harriett LaBree, Dania, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoel and son, ; Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs| Jay Banks, Miss Frances Proctor, Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Handsaker and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. George Hilb'urn and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Proctor, Ruth and Robert. • « • Collins Rebekah Sewing Circle Meets The Collins Rebekah Sewing circle met Tuesday at, the home of Mrs. T. A. Nessa near Ferpald. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon and members did needlework during the afternoon. Those present were: Mrs. Ora Hanson, Mrs. V. E. Crabb, Mrs. G. A. Tilton. Mrs. H. C. Westcott, Mrs. William Torry, Mrs. L. W. Van Dran, Mrs. Fred Mead, Mrs. Anna Ball, Hansel Hanson, Harvey Chase, Wescott and John Oxley. _ . •$ •£ 3> Entertain*'At Afternoon Party Mrs. William Cassell was host- Clarence Bivens, Mark and Gordon Bivens, and Miss Agnes Jacobson have gone to Clear Lake for a few days outing. ess at a delightful afternoon party Thursday at her home in Slater. The guests were: Mrs. Anna Tesdell, Angellne and Marjory of Huxley, Mrs. Cyrus Sydnes, Mary, Esther. Myrtle and Ella Mae. Mrs. Art Lewis and Arelene, Mrs. Henry Sampson, Mrs. Severt Tesdeli of Slater and Mis* Leonore Bopp of Des Moines * • • l» J. F. Club Hostess Wedneiday Members of the J. F. Club of Slater were entertained by Mrs. L. E. Mason of Ames Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Gunderson was taken into the club at this time, and a program of readings and songs was given by the Misses Brown and BuUer of Ames. Rrfreshments were served by the hostess. Those present ^were: Mrs. A. D. Johnson, Mrs. A. M. Robins, Mrs. C. Heggem, Ames, Mrs. A. A. Munson, Mrs. H. W. Marshall, Mrs. S. B. Lande, Mrs. Ralph Clark, Mrs. Bert Sutler, Mrs. John Gunderson, Mrs. Morrill Nervig, Mrs. Hadley Nervig, all of Slater. « * » Sheldahl Family Family To Hold Reunion The annual reunion and picnic of the Sheldahl family is to be held Sunday August 6 in -the Story City park according to announcement made Monday by Edward Duea. president of the group. Church services will be held in the park at 10:30 a. in. « «> « Tuesday Club To Enjoy Picnic ; Members of the Tuesday club of Franklin township will hold a picnic Tuesday afternoon August 8 in the Oran Zea timber. The picnic supper will be served at 4 o'clock. John S. Edward* Funeral Services At Nevada Monday N E V A D A—Funeral services were held Monday afternoon for John S. Edwards, Civil war veteran a,nd long time resident of Nevada and Story county who passed away at his home here late Saturday afternoon. The deceased who would have been 92 years of age In November had been failing in health for several months His condition became critical following a stroke of paralysis a month ago. Mr. Edwards was a native 'of Wales. He leaves his wife and one daughter. Miss Carrie Edwards, principal of the Nevada junior high school. J At .the Hospitals I Trained Dogs Here Tuesday Newest is* the invention of waterproof bodies, which may be perused while lying comfortably in the bathtub. A welcome step in these days of so much dry reading. Mary Greeley List of patients—Mrs. Jennie Allen, Mrs. F. L. Huntley and baby, Mrs. K. W. Stouder, Mrs.T. J. Maney and baby, Mrs. Sam Harter, Mrs. Henry Siemers and baby, Mrs. G. E. Beman and baby Mrs. W. A. Kidder and baby, Mrs. R. H. Porter and baby, Laura Kooser. BIRTHS _) To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siemers a son, July 24, at the Mary Greeley hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Beman, a son, July 28, at the Mary Greeley hospital. . To Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kidder, a son, July 29, at the Mary Greeley hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Porter, a daughter, July 30, at the Mary Greeley hospital. The rumble of heavy trucks, tapping of sledge hammers on tent stakes,, barking dogs, neighing ponies, chattering monkeys, shouts of men and children will gill the air Tuesday morning at the Ames Grain and Coal company lot on Duff avenue, when Gentry Brothers pitch their tents for a one-day stand. The lot will swarm with children anxious to catch glimpses of beautiful ponies and friendly dogs, to say nothing of the sport of watching monkeys chase about their cages awaiting the hour for their stunts under the canvas. Two performances will be given Tuesday afternoon and evening. This is especially a children's entertainment feature, but adults never fail to derive almost as much fun from watching the acts of the trained animals. The shows have announced special reduced prices for Ames. Children's tickets purchased at the Tribune-Times office before 6 p. m., Monday, cost less than they will on the grounds Tuesday. Engineers have developed air-conditioning to the point where it novr cools thousands of homes and business places. However, it probably-' is too much to expect that science* can ever eliminate hot air fronv political speeches. See the New Tints in WATERSPAB ENAMEL H. L. Munn Lumber Company Phone • Cocirieht. 1933. R. J. Bejnoldj Tobacco Compua' IT TAKES H CAITUV MCDWCC tHLml NLIXVLO TO FLY AROUND THFWORLD • •'-'- - • ABOVE—FOR THE FIRST TTME IN HISTORY a man has flown around the world alone! Sleepless ». .Jmngry... ignoring the perils of fog and ice... storms and forced landings.. .Wiley Post won the admiration of the whole world with his cour- -age, his skill, and his marvelous physical endurance in flying around the world in 7 days, 18 hours, 49% minutes. Here he is shown as he landed at Floyd Bennett Field. • LFJET-"! CAN'T SPEAK as atecord. breaking flyer. I'm a young married *woman, and my home and dub work keep me going every minute. Add to that the fact that I am naturally inclined to be the nervous type. I didn't start with Camels, but later switched to them because I found they are milder and have a delightful flavor. I smoke only Camels now because I have discovered that they allow me to smoke all I want without upsetting my nerves." IT IS MORE FUN TO KNOW Camels are made of finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other popular brand. Leaf tobaccos for cigarettes can be bought from 5^ a pound to $1.00...but Camel pays the millions more that insure your enjoyment. • LEFT— RESTED AND SMILING after his daring flight, Wiley Post enjoys a. Camel. "Smoking Camels as I have for so long," say» Post, "I never-worry about healthy nerves—and Pm a constant smoker, too." Steady Smokers turn to Camels In an exclusive interview WILEY POST says: "Circling the globe alone in the Winnie Mae was the toughest ordeal I've ever been through! A round- the-world flyer has to be in shape to stand the extremes of physical exhaustion. He has to be ready for any weather, any emergency. His job calls for nerves in perfect condition. Smoking Camels as I have for so long, I never worry about healthy nerves—and I'm a constant smoker, too. Everybody knows that Camels are made from more expensive tobaccos, and you can certainly tell it in the mildness and good taste of Camels, and the fact that Camels never jangle the nerves!" « <f $ Thousands of smokers have s^'tched to Camels and found that they are better ior steady smoking. Your nerves and your taste will confirm this. Begin today with Camels. Know that you are smoking a milder cigarette... and that steady smoking does not interfere with healthy nerves!

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