Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 9, 1933 · Page 6
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'BUT BBTTM 8AJ&T TKIB0JTE TIME?, IOWA, WJ?$NiaH)AY, AUGUST 3. IflOJ. Society: Dinner Bridge At Country Club Thurt. The regu^r semi-monthly dinner and bridge at the Ames Golf and Country club will be held Thurs-'' day, August 10. The dinner com• mittee is Mr.-and Mrs. Henry Crlese, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Xaff. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jameson. Mr. and Mrs. Clem O'Neil and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dunagan. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robinson are- the bridge committee. Members are asked.?o;to-. phone reservations before noon Thursday, <8> «> <$ To Entertain Ladies. Scottish Society tr\'. / The postponed meeting of the Ladies Scottish society will be held Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. William Maitland, 2519 Knapp street. * * « Fourth Ward Circle To Meet The Fourth ward circle of the Lutheran church will .meet with Mrs. A. N. Swanson, 103 Campus .avenue Thursday afternoon at 2:30. * «• <*• Theta Chi To Initiate Wed. Forma) initiation of new pledges of the Theta Chi sorority will be held at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. L. J Wallis. 617 Eighth street. All members are requested to be in attendance. . . * 4 * United Brethren Aid Meeting Thtirs. The Ladies aid of the United Brethren church v.-jJl meet with Mrs. Laura Masters. 115 JEatt S v. enth street Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. " "* ^ '.«• • • . Pocahontas Club With Mr«. Burton The Pocahontas club sponsored by Iowa council No. 24 will meet with Mrs. Prudence Burton. 608 Crawford Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. This is a business meeting ano j tt is urgent that all members be present. » * *• * Modern Woodmen To Meet Friday •-..-. ' Ames camp No. 458 Modern Woodmen of America will meet iu _ CALENDAR Wednesday W, H. B. Club. Theta Chi. Thursday • . Rebekah Lodge. M. E. Aid Picnic. •Fourth Ward Circle. United Brethren Aid. Pocahontas Club. Christian -Aid. Star Circle. Dinner Bridge Country Club. Friday Ladies Scottish Society. .Modern Woodman, Junior Maccabees Holds Meeting Tues. At the regular .meeting of th<? Junior Maccabees Sunbeam court No. 7 held at the home of the advisor, Mrs. Fred Downs Tuesday afternoon plans were submitted for a district picnic to be held in Brookside park next Wednesday. Members of the Des Moines courts will be in attendance at this affair. Mrs. Mattie Paine, district man ager of Des Moines was present and assisted in-planning the meeting for "Wednesday. • 4,. *; ^ Star Circle With Mrs. Cole The Star circle of the Lutheran church will meet with Mrs. Clyde Cole. 1431 Douglas avenue, Tbur>, day afternoon. C<JMrit> Society Neu/s Nevada Society News mnd Y. M. C. C. Monthly Social The monthly social gathering oJ the Y. M. C. C. of the Methodist church was a picnic Monday evening on. the grounds north of the Markland farm. Over 50 participai ed in the dinner which was in charge of Mr. and Mr^. William Maakestad, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Fawcett. Mr. and JVlrs. Theron Oase/MUfe Irene Marklana and Norman Dobson. The later evening was spent informally. « « * To Entertain Liberty Club The Liberty club will meet with Mrs. Helen Richardson Thursday a/tertoon. Mrs. Lelia' Toot is as sisting hostess. . w « « Poorbaugh-Beard . Marriage Is Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mary Poorbaugh, daughter of K. K. Poorbaugh of near Nevada, and Eugene Beard of Maxwell which took place- Tuesday, Aug. 1, in Mason City. % Mr. and Mrs. Beard spent a few- days at the home of Mr. Beard's aunt in Nora Springs and then drove to tbe lakes in central Minnesota. The bride" was graduated from Nevada high school with-the class of 1933. The groom is tbe son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beard of Maxwell. Girl Evangelist Preaches on Beach < i!D-y jroc. ; tea Dorcas Society •'' The Dorcas -society was entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs. W. D. Loreuzen at her home in regular session at (he U. S. Grif- 1 McCallsburg. The devotionals were fith office. 216 Duff pvenue. Friday ! in rhar?e of Mrs. D. G. Mills and evening at 7:30. * .. «• * Notice To W. R. C. Members It is requested .that as many ' roost of ths afternoon \vas spent informally. Refreshments were served by the hostess. At t.he short business members of the local chaj^er Women's Relief corps as possible at- tenii the funeral services 10 be held for she late Mrs. Elnia Slar tin in Nevada Thursday, Service? •will be held at 2:30 at Ihe Mem cjia] Lutheran church. •'The deceased,'*^Jib was. very ac live in Women's Relief corps work ',n the state, had also inspected ttie local corps at different periods. '*, <i. v*, ^ All Day Meeting Christian Aid Christian Church Ladies aid "No, 1 T.-ill hold an al! day meeting in the church Thursday for quilting Each member-i,= asked to bring her own lunch to be served at Boon The meeting will open at 9:30. a. m. session members voted to meet with Mrs. Charles Drjve at Williems in two weeks instead-of holding a picnic. Each member is ( asked to bring a covered dish. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. J. R. Browne of Axtell Kansas. Mrs. E. O. Dillon and Mrs. 'A. J. Baunigardnec and daughter Sina or N'f=va9a. ; Farm Bureau And.4'H Clubs * GET YOUR '•PERMANENT-AT TODAY'S PRICES! Prices rising MOIL Phone 162-J for appointment. CAMILLE'S . BEAUTY SHOP Peppy Pals Club Meets j The Peppv Paig 4-H club met j with Wilma San-ders near Gilbert Friday afternoon. Mer.bers present were, Evelyn Holmes, Pearl Johnson, Margaret Himmel Are- ten A-derson, Geraldine Lawrence. W.lma .Sander:. 'Miss Charlson was quest. Thsodora LONGEST SESSION HELD AUSTIN. Tex. OLE)—The session of the forty-third Texas legislature which adjourned last month, was the longest continuous session ever held by "Texas lawmakers. It began on Jan. 10 and. continued 143 | days. An -140-day session many 'years ago had been the longest. C. & N. W. Ad NQ. 1890—2 cols, x 6% inches—Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tbe little child of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hamilton underwent an operation Tussday at .the University hospital at Iowa City. Miss Inez Babbit who has been at the Claude Moran home for ssveral weeks bad returned to her home and spent the week end with her sister: Mrs. Walter Brown. Kaihryn Hale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hale bad her tonsils removed Monday morning at the Iowa sanitarium. Miss Mary Dry bread went to Orient Monday where snr will visit with Mary Beard, a former teacher in the Kanawha schools. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Greer and children spent Sunday at Lineville with" relative's. Tommy jr., and Carolyn remained for a three weeks visit. Miss Carrie Edwards returned Tuesday afternoon from Dunlap ( where she has been a guest of her cousin, Mrs. Amanda Edwards for several days. Mrs. Harle.J. Bishoj was a guest over tbe we'ck end in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hans F. Anderson. This, week she IE accompanying Mr. "Bishop to northern Idwa and with her sister £nd husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pur cell of Csdar Rapids will spend the coming week end at Lake Okoboji. HARPEE ELECTED DIST. COMMANDER i (Continued Trim Pa j. One) • ; mittee on constitution and by-laws, j which met /Monday night. | Organization to | Get Befand NRA ''. DUBUQUE OIE)—Iowa's American Legion rounded out its annual convention 'iere Wednesday with the election of 1 officers .and a report of the resolution committee. It was- expected that .R one' resolution would place the Legion in Iowa squarely behind the NRA drive, not only by individual effort but collectively. ' Little excitement was manifest over election of next year's commander to succeed W. Earl Hall of Mason City. It was believed Leo Duster of Cedar Rapids, presen* chairman":' of-, the Americanization committee, would "be elected with W. J. O'Connell of Des Moines na-_ tional committeeman. The vice commander probably will be Gleni Gray of-Rockwell-City. Roy Pierce of Morning-Sun or James" Londrj of Stuart; it appeared. Uldine Utley. widely know|i girl evangelist, found ready listeners when she donned a bathing sdit as shown here for an impromptu service on a beach in Chicago where she is conducting a revival. Beginning her preaching at 12, Uldine ha.s been heard in all parts of the country: DOGGETUAPPE ON BAND FINALE Last Concert Thursday in City Park The final concert of the -Ames municipal band for the season will be given Thursday a^ 8 p. m., in the city park'. Music for this program has been selected from a large number of special requests received from interested persons who have attended the summer's concerts. Special features en the band program will be -tenor solo? by Paul Doggett and Walter Bappe. Splendid audiences have attended the concerts, and the gratitude of the band for this public expression of interest is voiced by Director H. P. Stearns. "We are very grateful for the large number of special requests received for music for this concert," Mr. Stearns said. "It will be impossible to play alTtbe numbers desired, but we have'Been guided entirely in our selections by these requests. "The fine cooperation of everyone has made this very successful season possible, and k Is with a deep sense of gratitude that the band members express their appreciation for the support that has been given the organization." The Program One of the numbers on the final program Is a Don.-Quixote suite, a descriptive number, based on the famous story by Cervantes. Those who have read the book will no doubt enjoy this interpretation. The program for the final concert follows: March, ''Supreme Triumph" (Jewell). Waltz, "Alpine Sunset" (King). Tenor solo, "0 Promise Me" (De Koven), by Paul Doggett "Largo" (Handep. •"-• Potpourri, "Joy" to the World," (Barnhouse). Tenor solo, "Just an Echo in the Valley" (Connelly), by Walter Bappe. f "Moonlight and Roses" (Lemare) with incidental solo by B. D. Cramblitt. March, "Valiant Youth" (King). Intermezzo, "Moonlit Garden" (King). ' ' '„•..Don Quixote suite: I—"Spanish Village;" II—"Sancho Panza;" III —"Don Quixote." - Cornet solo, "Brown's Auto graph," (Casey), by H. P. Stearns. "Stars and Stripes Forever" (Sousa). - Nevada Woman Is Victim of Gas From Cookstove NEVADA — Mrs. Elma Martin. 59. was found dead in the kitchen of her home Monday evening at 6:30 by her son Delbert Martin when he called to take her to his home to spend the night. Asphyxiation was the cause of death according to the physician who was called. She had been dead for more than an hour when found and the house was filled with gas escaping from a cook stove. Mrs. Martin had been a semi- invalid since last October when she sustained a stroke of apoplexy. Since that time she has been cared for part of the time in her home and at the homes of her two sons Lester P., Martin and Delbert Martin. Recently she had been staying in her home during the day and spending 'the night at the home of her son Delbert. It is thbt"Mrs. Martin had suffered a heart attack, became dizzy and in falling over the stove had turned on one of the gas burners. Funeral services will be held at the Memorial Lutheran church Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Burial will be in the Nevada cemetery. Mrs. Martin for many years served as stenographer in the office of her husband the late J. F. Martin, during the years he practiced law here. In more recent years she served as deputy county recorded under. Mrs. Haitie D. Fowler and was engaged in that work, when she was stricken with apoplexy last fall. \Sbe was for many years active in the Women's Relief corps of the state and bad held a state office in the organization. She was also a member of the Memorial Lutheran church. Surviving are one son, Delbert Martin, a stepson Lester F. Martin, both of Nevada, .and a daughter, Mrs. Hale B. Slavin, who was married last June and who resides in Las Vegas, Nev. NEVADA— County superintendent of schools, George H. Kellogg, mailed checks- to the secretaries -of 23 of the rural school boards Tuesday as their share of state appropriations for standardized schoola Standardization, is based upon, the proper qualifications of the teacher is well as of the schooL^equipment No school with an average attendance of less than 10 is standardized. The schools •qualifying, their teachers, and the amounts they will receive follows: Bloomington, Mary Fausch, ?21.94; North Star, Elizabeth McMullen, $39.49; Ontario; Leona Bireline, $42.09*-No.-2 Lafayette, Juliet Holland, $26.33;-"•No; 4 Lafayette, Matilda ReinSch, f 54.85; No. 5 Lafayette, Julia Michaelson, $46.08; No. 6 Lafayette, Leora Johnson, $24.13; No. 7 Lafayette, Jessie A!- lie, $17.55; No. 3 Howard. Haze) Townawlck, 124.13; lowz. Center, Frances Boten. 139.49; No. 2 Nevada, Jeanette Sowers. $21.94; No 3-Nevada, Thelma Appelgate. $26. 33; No. 4 Nevada, Lelia App^lgate $24.13; No. 6 New Albany. Mary Kutter, J28.52; No. 9 New Albany. Eva Deal, $30.72; No. 3 Richland Theresa MoreJl. $24.13; O'Neil. Verena Reinhard, $43.88; Voss. Dollie Swensou, $30.72; 'Binder, Bertha Kutter, $25,25; Went worth, Helen Kalsketty. $52.61; Oak wood, Helen fAUJE THJCJUI ^H^^SBBSBBB Campbell, $21.94; Clearview. Bireline, $37.30; Evergreen, Dorothy Gangstead, $48.27. KING TO LEAD FT. DODGE HJ.EI—Karl L. Kinj, former leader of Baruum and Bailey's circus band and now director of the Ft. Dodge Municipal band, will direct 11 massed bands at the annual northern Iowa band festival at Clear Lake,' Aug. 13. READ THE WANTS £*******X3«*XXJ^^ Travel the Conoco Way Long trips made easy with the assistance of the Conoco Travel Bureau! Here are a few of the aids this free service 'offers you: •Marked maps showing the best routes •Information on 'sports and camps •Assistance in securing repairs and supplies •Package checking •fclail forwarding and numerous other aids . Ask Station Attendant for Travel Bureau Card YATES OIL CO, Fifth & Burnett—Phone 1539-W CLOSING OUT Summer Hats 50 Softies All colors l /2 Price To make room for pur Fall stock we are offering every Spring and Summer hat at— •--..•"". 50C and $1.00 These formerly sold from $1.95 to 3.95 TILDEN'S Millinery Department August, 1933 (1369) Crowds FARM WEEK AUG. 13-19 INCL PeMore programs every day. Experts will discuss turn credit*, financing and orgaabttioc. Mother has and girl*. There's fnn (at «IL WIS Barn Daoce and Frolic milkmaid contests; horseshoe and sheep, •hctriog contests; hog and chicken calling, rail split- tbif.«tc.Hefirr A. Wallace. wc> of Agriculture, will spttk Friday, Aug. 18th. Also free, personally con. dected tonrt of Fair Gronod*. Y»* Jut CAN'T Bargain Fares Whenever\bu Want to Go! In making your plans to see tbe Big Show, just remember that you'll save time and money by going North Western. Fares were never so low. 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