Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 4, 1933 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Ames, Iowa
Issue Date:
Friday, August 4, 1933
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

"•irr Biaro nr DAILY TEIBUKE TMES. AMW. IOWA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 4 -: Society:- Former Student Wed* Nevada Girl Of Interest In college circles here is the announcement of the mar rim*e of Mies Dorothy LevlD, daughter of N. Levin of Nevada Mid Franz J. Swoboda, graduate of Iowa State college and son ot Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Swoboda of Omaha. The ceremony. was performed July 35 In * he Methodist church In Jefferson, by. the.. Rev. Mr. Swlck. The bride Is a graduate of the Nevada high school and Is well known In the city. The groom was graduated from Iowa State college fn 1933 and affiliated with the Phi Delta Theti fraternity. He is a member of the I club. The couple are at home al 1511 William street, Omaha, Neb. CALENDAR Friday Yours & Mine Club. Art Club. . Ladies Scottish Soc. postponed Maccabees. Twentieth Century Club. Loyal Women's Class. Pythian Sisters Select New Chief Mrs. Bertha Buffington. Cedar Rapids, was elected grand chief of the Pythian gisttrs at the state convention at Hotel Savery Tburs day. Mr*. Peart Wirib, ,<Jberofcet was elected grand senior and Mrs Alice <;art*r,- ,F«.lrfleM. griurt ior. .;[ ijj : . ' r AlJifej Bopth. JJoo**, IB /th* grand, manager., MUs Nell Srnallfleld, Davenport, was elect Chicken Prices Are Down HENS, live wt., lb 10c H. SPRINGS, live wt., lb .....We Get your orders in early Mrs. Ealph Morris received the free chicken last week. We handle that good ice cream and cottage cheese made by Moore Bros. Dairy. When you think of chicken, think of— Mac's Dairy-Poultry Mkt, 215 Fifth—Phone 142 When you think of chickens, think of— ed grandmlstress of records and correspondence •' for the fourth term. Recognition was given Thursday to Mrs. Nettie Spry Des Moines grand mistress of finance, Mrs Delle Glaisyer, Fort Madison and Mrs. Rebecca .!. Robinson. Oel wein, who have been members for more than 40 years. Mrs. Arthur '• Frances was delegate from the local group to this meeting. Member- "of the Ames degree staff presented the Impre - sive memorial service >»t the' Wed nesday afternoon session. i> v p Enjoy Houseparty At Lake Okobojl Twenty-four members of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority attended their sorority house party at Lake Okoboji last week-end. The Ames girls present were: Mary Brindley, Anafred Stephenson. Eleanor DaBnatt, Winifred Me- Beath, Eleanor Apple, Margaret Quaife.'Mary' 1 ' Burton, Margaret Eward, Helen Pallas. Swimming, boating and dancing made up the delightful program for the girls. Other Gamma Pb f'Beta members who attended the party were: Virginia Garberson, Sibley; Mary Brugmann, Rock Rapids; Anna Mae sokol. Sibley: Gretchen Duncan. Mankato, Minn.; Bert ice Um landt. Muscatine; Kathleen Slreet- er, Mankato. 1 Minn.; kathryn Soth, Holsteinr Darline ..Nelson, Adel; Marlys Whelen, Knoxville: Norma KinquiEt, Sioux City.; Virginia Schutter, Pleasant Galley; Harriet Wilson, Greenfield. County Society Neu/s Nevada Society News and Personal* THIS STORE IS STRICTLY CO-OPEEATING WITH THE ye tx> OUR PART Curtains Marquisette, 50 inch. Bull/on Fringe Bath Towels Man's size, - sturdy, double thread, fancy borders*^ •>. 29c Christian Aid Holds Social Meeting Members of the Christian church Ladies aid enjoyed the monthly social meeting and tea Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Claude Post. Mrs. Charles Schultz was the assisting hostess. <8> <8> * Presbyterian Aid Holds Meeting The Ladies aid of the Central Presbyterian' church met Friday afternoon in the church parlors. BIRTHS _ j An Opportune Time to Buy Smart and Stylish Summer Prints Xow priced at 59c Broadcloth Rayon Crepe Voiles 'Piques It is about your last chaiiee to buy them at this very low price. The quality is really more remarkable than the price. Coffee Cloths Pleasing stamped designs Fast colors. 54x54 I for $1.00 Pillow Cases The Peppereil brand. Bes" wearing. 42x36 FALL MILLINERY The newest ideas on fashions horizon are incorporated in this new showing. Beret Effects Sailors Tucked Crowns and up Stitched Brims Satins, Velvets and Pelts are best sellers To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finch, a ten, and a half pound .daughter, July 28, at thejr home in Kelley. Mrs. Finch was formerly Miss Florence Phillips of Franklin township. . To Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Gord, a daughter, July £S, at their home in Slater. To Mr. and" Mrs. Harvey Melohn, a son, August 2, at their home in Nevada. To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin, a daughter, July 3^, at'"their home In Gilbert. The chfld, who weighed eight and a half pounds, has been named Marion Frances. Marian Bait And U. H. I vet Ar^ Wed , With her grandfather, Justice of the Peace Orvllle J. Eastman, pronouncing the nuptial vows. Miss Marian Bale of State Center was married Sunday noon to Lent H. Ives, of Des-Moines. The setting for the wedding was the spacious parlors of the judge's home here, where an Imposing candle lighted altar had been installed, and with bis charming wife one of the witnesses, the elderly justice jsafely launched his granddaughter upon her voyage on the sea of matrimony. Others who were present at the ceremony Included a group of immediate relatives and intimate friends. The bride wore a light blue repe frock with kid. slippers and carried a bouquet of sweet _peas, The couple was unattendfd.' Before the ceremony- Milton Moore, of Clarksville, -with- Miss Lillian Dresser, of Cedar Falls, at the piano, sang "I Love You Truly." Both of these are close friends of :he bridal pair. Miss Dresser played the processional by Mendelsshon. md concluding the ceremony Mr. Moore sang "At Dawning." Since her graduation from the State Center high school In 1929. the bride has taken voice and piano at the Iowa State Teachers :oliege. Cedar Falls, Grinnell col- ege and Drake university. The groom has-.been a student at Cedar ^alls, but is now employed in one f the big hotels In Des Moines. •here the couple will live. Following the ceremony a three- course wedding dinner was .served for the 18 guests by Mr. and Mrs. Guv Eastman in the dining room. Guests from away included the groom's mother, Mrs. PearJ An drews Ives, Waterloo: the Misses Myrtle and Ethel Andrews.- and Miss Lillian Dresser, Cedar Falls: Mrs. Adrian Mean an J 1 son Bobby, Omaha: Milton Moore. Clarksville; Miss Ellen Bale and Earl Sommers, Des Moines: Mrs. Edgar W. Eastman, s-nd daughter. Winnie Lou and son Orrille, Chokio, Minn. > Are Hottt To Bridge Club Mr. tnil Mrs. R. E. ' Richeson were hosts to the members and a few guests of the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge club of State' Center at a delightful picnic party Thursday evening at Dayton park, near Ames. Following a potluck supper .for 30, dancing w^s enjoyed in the pa- villion. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames G. M. Wornley, Henry "A." Dobbin, Clifford West, Herbert H Bachmai), Miss Klortuce Guii' 1 to gather with Mrs. M. AJ. W«IM| of Webster city and Miss Kath' ryn Moss and Wayne Miles of Madrid. Tuesday Club Picnic Meeting The picnic meeting of the Tuesday club which has been scheduled for Tuesday, August 8, in the Oran Zea timber has been changed to the home of Mrs. Amos Cole. The picnic supper will be served at 4 o'clock. Durby Family Hold* Reunion Members of the Durby family gathered at the Peder Durby home near Roland Sunday for a reunion and picnic. The affair was in celebration also of the- birthdays of Peder Durby who was SO years old and Mrs. Bertha Durby of Minneapolis, who was 69 on July 24. Forty*five were present for this interesting meeting. Garden Club Holds Meetln 0 The state Center Garden club j FAOCTttlB held its July mettiog Monday at tb« home of tbt president, Mrs Emma Cutler. Topics discussed were "Iris." by Miss Lizzie Rohde; "Oriental Poppies," Miss {Catherine Ditkutt; "Lilies," Mrs. Al G. Chrisiofftison' "Perennials," Mrs. Loius Bunting'. The club is planning to enter some of the soft trees about town in the statewide tree contest spon j sored by ihe federated garden' clubs. «<&<«> Enterta ns At Afternoon Party Mrs. Seth Morris entertained a few friends at her home northeast of Ames Friday afternoon. The time was spent informally and refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Frank Allen. ' . The guests were. Mesdaraes Guy Dodds. John Campbell, Frank Allen. Walter Grove, Frank Morris Will Dodds, Jay Allen, Jay Adams and E. J. Hunter. READ THE WANTS Always leading! , MEMBER U.S. WE DO OUR PART Carl A. Smedal, in Nevada Many Yeart, Moves Office Here Carl A. Smedal, whc has been practicing ,aw in Nevada for the Past 10 years. Friday moved his office to Ames; taking a suife in the Carr Hardware store building on Main street. Mist Frankie Morrow, his office assistant in Nevada, comes here to continue In the same position. Mr. Smedal first beramo eslab . lished in Nevada before (he World war, when he entered the offlc* of E. H. Addieon to read law. in 1>23 he rttumed to Nevada and enter-' ed Into a law partnership with Mr. Addison. thig partnership continuing until June 1932. kr. Sine<J»l has served as county attorney, and has aided the present county attorney In several cases as special prosecutor. Due to a large amount of business which he conducts thru the Ames municipal court, Mr. SmedaJ deemet 1 it an advantage to locate his office nearer the court. * The makers of FOHTOTOS SHOES, employing over 1,600 shoe workers, are members of NRA, and have put into effect, in all plants, every provision suggested by the President's voluntary blanket code. Manufactured by Richland Shoe Company A Division of General Shoe Corporation Exclusive Sale in Ames by BRANNBERG & AIM CLEARANCE SALE! FLOORSTOCK ELECTROLUX—it freezes with heat .'> . silent, effi- oient, economical, convenient. Do not hesitate to compare with any refrigerator anywhere at any price. , n > ' $160. Clearance price, plus installation "" pnc« .... $60 ONE USED MODEL 3 CU. FT.— , A-* Clearance price,,plus installation .... A . $JO Get your refrigerator before prices advance. Ask oj to send our representative to. explain—no obligation. *f •>•=•••£•'';;•",.• <* ^svj Iowa Electric and [ At the Hospitals j Permanent Wave A lasting satisfactory wave $2.89 Printed Gowns Cool Batiste. Neat designs 79C and 98c Have You Seen Them? "Sun Back" and "Polly Ann" Frocks White Piques, Seersuckers, Voiles and Organdies. These frocks fit and flatter 98c Guaranteed S unf fls , anfl hlhfnr , t Fllll of Mary Greeley Admitted— Harold Knight, Eunice Bonniw.eJI, Wallace Mitchell Robert Wright Dism'ssed— Mrs. F. L. Huntley and baby. " JFarm Bureau And 4'H Clubs Kelley cfub ..' Holds Special Meeting A special meeting of the Kelley 4-H club - was held at the' school house Monday evening. Twelve members were in attendance and C. T. Cheney, leader, was in charge. Members answered roll call by giving completeness of record books, condition of .projects and telling =f planning to show at the county achievement show. Mr. Cheney._expjajned, the plans or the achievement show and told of the poultry rcunoup to be held at the Kelley school house Monday. August 7. The annual club tour will be held August 15 and the cabinet will meet at the Owen Tyler home, August 8 to complete plans. To Attentf •Y" Camp Thirty-two girls from the'4-H clubs of Marshall county will go to the "Y" camp at Pine Lake. E! dora, Monday for a four-day out- ng. Miss Gertrude Cookingham, county home demonstration agent, will be the camp , director: Mrs. A. W, N'eff of Lisconb, who oversees the 4.H club dining hall at the stntf- fair 1 , will' have J cliarge of the food, and "MibV'^Tartta"Water- man. Marshalltowu; .assisted by Miss Wilma Normal. Bangor. will di.vct swimming and handicraft. Eloise Brown will join the party from the state Center Steady Climbers. Serious Books Popular ST. LOUIS, (UR>.-Books of a £e nous nature had a larger circulation at the public library in the fiscal year just ended than ever 1 before, according to the annual report of the institution. The library now has 796,042 books, nn increase of 19,579 over last year. BKRLIN, «r.R)-Hermann Go«r ing, Prussian premier and minister of interior, has ordered a "Golden Book" placed In the police Institute of CharlottenljiirR. wu-ro the p«ti>*T, find pholo.-rrapbs of nil po- lirrimp killed In ll'it nf duty will be permanently registered, : , Chesterfields are as good as Science and Money can make them Every pound of Domestic tobacco used in Chesterfield cigarettes is aged for thirty months—2# years. Science knows there is no other way to make cigarette tobaccos mild and mellow. Every process used in the manufacture of Chesterfield cigarettes is modern, scientific and clean—visitors are always impressed with the cleanliness of the Chesterfield factories. Every ingredient, including the paper, is pure—nothing that you eat or drink is tested more carefully. And Chesterfields are made right; the right length, the right diameter, and filled right—a detail perhaps, but if a cigarette is "to satisfy" // must be made right. Everything about Chesterfield is as good as money can buy or Science knows about— you have our word for 'this. V'! And Chesterfields are milder and taste better—//;/> much you can prove for youne/f. <S> l?», Ijocirr A Mi iw Towcco Co. escenj Ike c/j<7*e//e utati MILDER < f/tc aqareffe {/tat terfi TASTES

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free