Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 11, 1933 · Page 7
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"BUY BE-TO* ni AMU •• FIMLY tTIBUKB TMBS. AMU IOWA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1933. : Society:- Ellen Randall and * Robert Hansen Are Wed Mies Ellen Geneva Randall became the bride of Robert Kilns Hansen, son of Mr. and* Mrs. Hans J. Hansen of Ames, in a beautiful out of door ceremony performed Thursday evening at Echo Lodge, the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Randall at Kansas City, Kans. . The double ring service -»«. read by Dr. Willis 1C Williams of Glen Blynn, 111., in the presenc^of a larg'e assembly of friends and relatives. Nuptial vows were taken before a Vine and rose covered arbor on the spacious lawn. Baskets of yellow gladioli were, placed on either side of the arbor. Miss Helen Smith of Kansas City played the Prelude by Chopin on tn« piano preceding the ceremony. Mrs. .Clyde L. Randall of Kansas City gave a whistling solo, "At Dawning," accompanied on the piano by Miss Smith, who also Played Mendelssohn's wedding march as a processional. During the service Miss Smith and Mrs. Stiles played Rubenstein's Melody in F and Miss Smith played Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin as a processional. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wa. charming in an ankjs iength gown of white mouseline de soie. Her long silk net veil was fashioned" cap style itt the bead with a spray of orange blossoms and her flowers *ere a shower bouquet of white roBEs. white gladioli and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Clyde .Randall, matron of honor, was attfrea in a frock of pink mouseline de soip and carried an arm bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. The bridesmaids were , Miss Ruth Hansen of Ames, sister of the groom and Miss Jeanette Hybskmann. Topeka, Kansas. Miss Hansen's frock was of yellow and Miss Hybskmann'fi blue mouseline d2 sole and each carried a bouquet of Johanna " T ill roses. Dr. Clyde L. Randall, brother of ths bride of Kansas City. Kan., was best man and ushers were Edward Benson. Kansas City and Russell Price. Os. kaloosa, la. Mary Margaret McKenna of Boone who wore a dainty frock of pink and white organdy carried the rings in a large white aster. The flower girl. Ruth Ann Randall, niece of the bride, wore a .dress of blue and white organdy aad carried a blue basket filled with rose petals. The men wore white' flannel trousers and dark bias coats. A reception was held on the lawn following the service. Mrs. Hansen was graduated from Iowa State college and affiliated with.the Delta Delta Delta sorority. Mr. Hansen was. graduated from Ames high school and Iowa State college. He is a member of the Sigm* Chi fraternity. The couple are at home in Omaha where Mr, Hansen is connected with the Harding Creamery. Ames guests at the wedding were the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans J. Hansenl .his sister Miss Ruth Hansen. Mrs. Winifred McKenna, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Peterson. Guests from Boone were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Anderson, Kenneth and Marilyn, and Mary Margaret! McKenna. I CALENDAG Friday Ladies Scottish Society. Modern Woodman. Joshua Chapter. ' Worthwhile Circle. Saturday Order of Rain ,ow. Rainbow Glrla To Meet Saturday The Ames Assembly Order o Rainbow for girls will meet in reg ular session Saturday evening a 7:30 in the Masonic temple. Afternoon Courtesy For Ames Visitor Mrs. W. Neil Adams entertained at a delightfully informal afternoon courtesy Thursday at her home in honor of Mrs. H. R. Hechler o" Dolton, Mo. Eleven guests parti cipated in the affair. The hours were spent in sewing and visiting and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs, Hechler is visiting with her mother, Mrs. L. H. Rinehart, on Northwestern avenue. Johnson-Larson Clan Holds Reunion? The Larson-Jobnson clan held its annual reunion Sunday at Brook side park in Ames. During the afternoon business session officers were elected to serve during the coming year. They are: Tilden Johnson. Des Moines president; Sanford Sydness. Hux ley, vice-president; Homer Larson Slater, secretary, treasurer; Ben Hokel and Roy Larson of Slater are in charge of the sports program for the, next reunion, which will be hel.d at Lake Comar. Is W. H. B. Club Hostess Mrs. Pete Larson was hostess Wednesday afternoon at her cdun- try home to 16 members of the V. H. B. club and two guests, Mrs. Thomas Johnson of Ames, and Mrs. Frank Davis of near Ames. The afternoon hours were spent socially following the business meeting. Refreshments were serv.'d by the hostess assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Frank'Davis. * The next meeting in two weeks will be at the home of Mrs. Mabel "Barbour in De« Moines. Picnic Courtesy For Visitor ' 4 A group <Jf friends gathered af Brookside ; pjirk Thursday, eTenia^ for a picnic courtesj in honor of Mrs. E. E. Gray, the former Miss Evelyn Beck, now of New York. City, who has been spending a- week in the vicinity with relatives and friends. Foll r *ving the picnic supper served at o:30. the evening was spent in visiting. Out of town guests at the affair were: Mrs. Oscar Schoeherlejn. of Ellsworth, Mrs- Ralph Cowan of Luther, and Mrs. Nona Foulke of Des Moines. Mrs. Gray, prior to leaving Ames over a year ago for New York City, was employed at the Tribune- Times office. Guard Vaults After Bond Swindle National guardsmen in plainclothes took over the office of T. B. (Tom) Boy$, Kansas state treasurer, lower right, and guarded the vaults in the statehouse at Tjopeka as shown above after the discovery of more than $600.000 in forged -bonds in the vaults. Ronald Finney. bond salesman, upper right, is under arrest, charged with dealing in forged securities. Three -banks:'aclqsed their .doors after discovery of .the forged • bonds. Nevada Society Nmws and Luncheon Bridge. .At Country Club " j •Thirty-five women attended the regular weekly luncheon bridge .at} the Indian Creek Golf and Country club Tuesday afternoon. The luncheon tables were centered with crystal baskets filled with zinnias and sea lavender. ? The committee- in charge were* Mrs. C. F. Wilson, chairman. Mrs. Fred McCounell, Mrs. George Ostrem. Mrs. F. L.' Younker.' Mrs. E H. Hornbacher, Mrs. A. M. Rlng- neim and Mrs. Uoyd Moran. Guests of the club were Mrs. Snyder of Minnesota and Mrs Pickens of Chicago;-.._ Entertains Social Hour Club The Social Hou* club met with vlrs. Sol Peterman Wednesday aft. ernoon with nine members and two juests present; Guests were, Mrs va Vail and Mrs. Moore. At the conclusion of the interesting program. Mrs. Tettrraan assisted by her daughter served de- !ght£ul refreshments. B arm ureau To Exhibit « At State Fair Harold J. Peterson, county ageri* of State Center has received word from Des Moines that Marshall county will be allowed to enter 20 >aby beeves in the state fair exhibit this fall insteadjjf 37 as was "irst allotted. Last year 23 head were shewn from a f > onsir r "re~ rl "' .26. This year the enrollment is .67, the largest since the orgau//.a .ion of the club. There still seem to be a lot of men who have the gift of grab. 'JUVENILE BAND i FESTIVAL SUNDAY • (Continued from Page One) ing Melvin Levine, James Ash, Arlyn Grinstead and R. D. Day. ; "Slidin' Some" (Chesette). j Overture, "Zenith" (Bennett). I Special number from Story City. March, "Dixie Doodle Dandy" Rosenkraiis). „ I Fov trot. "Indian Boy" (Bennett). ! "The Globe Girdler" (iRosen- "n-ans). „ - .. •:. . t ; "Washington Post" (Sousa). i The program was. arranged to , open and close with the .same, number. The three , directors-will divide the time of the program in directing the massed bands. The Ames junior training band will present its fins' concert, of the season at Carr'- pool, Friday at S p. m. « Hostess To Thimble Club Mrs. B. B. Weltr'was Wednesday afternoon to the from Chicago wh*r« they had vjg- Kexi relativ.es and also attended the world's fair. Miss Goldie Johnson pf Des Moines is a guest of her cousin. Miss Vivian Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stevens and son Paul Allen have been visiting with relatives in Smithland and Danbury. Lawrence Morse, youngest son of Dr. J. F. Morse arrived Thursday from Minnesota where he has spent the summer on a farm. Bob Young -of Hollywood. Cal., who lias been visiting at the H. L. Huddlestun home for the past two weeks left Tuesday evening for Hollywood by way of San Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bivens have had as their guesis since Saturday, Mr. Blven's mother, Mrs. Z. W. Young and husband and his sisters, Mrs. C. C. Simpson and Miss Edn*a Bivens of Eldorado, 111. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wicks of Newark, 111., accompanied by Miss Carrie Scott of Chicago were Monday evening guests of Mrs. Betsy Swenson. The group was en route to South Dakota, where they wilj spent their vacation with relatives. Dr. Nana Lu Rosenthal of Austin Minn., arrived* in Nevada Sunday and will soon assume her work as laboratory and X-ray technician at the Iowa sanitarium. Dr. Rosenthal is a graduate of Lorna Linda college -and has been practicing in Austin, Minn. Mrs. Ella Soper; • JT Mrs. Wright Tusdv mesday Germany Bans Jewish Visas MEMEL. Lithuania (TIE) The [Jewish merchants of Memel have I registered an appeal to the Lith; uanian refusal general _. : entrance t_ „„„„ and mit thru. Germany. Visas have been refused to Jews for some time, the merchants declare, add- i ing that many desire to purchases in Germany. Bright Spots in Business By UNITED PRESS Houdaille • Hershey corporation reports second quarter net profit of $185,798, against net loss of 1218.435 in preceding quarter. Schiff company reports July sales of $655,442 against $569,261 in July last year. New York Stock Exchange market value of all listed bonds on August I was $34,457,822.282, against $39,917,221,869 on July 1 1933. " READ THE WANTS MtOMFT AOTIOH OH IOWA PUBLIC W01KI (Continued from Page One) service here began May 19. ijjj and extended ..o May IS.192?", when he left to accept the position at Mason City, Mr. Hopkins wa» born to Story county. He is i? ye ?- 8 old. and li married. He received his hirb. school education in Colo, and his professional training at Iowa State college, where be was awarded his bichelor of science degree in civil engineering. He taugUt for some time at Iowa State, and later at the University of Wisconsin. During the World war, he was a government engineer in an explosives plant at Nitro W Va., near Charleston. Returning to Ames .after the war, he became an engineer at the Iowa highway commission, and a short time later received the appointment a« the first city manager of Ames. CHICKENS! WHY NOT CHICKEN DINNER SUNDAY? Cheaper than other meats at these prices- SPRINGS, f- HENS, 44 ^ ib!2cand 1JC lb .... Ug All orders in before 10:30 a. m. will have a chance on the FREE CHICKEN. Farmers—bring us your eggs,-poultry and cream. Mac's Dairy-Poultry Mkt 215 Fifth—Phone 142 Dots Punctuate Movie Styles Cottnf> Society News 'olka dots continue to be high- ighted on the summer fashion lorizon. Whether you work in ,n office, keep house or belong o the Hollywood movie colony, here's fiiwnys a. place in your card robe for at. least one polka lotted frork. Elizabeth Young M^ars a dross of beige crepe with "rown coin dots. The large pique ollar Is very ffntt.orlng. The 'fill' and lniK" bow nt, her neck •r* of brown rlre satin. To Hold ,. Open House '"" : In commemoration of the 90th birthday of 'h'^r;father, Alex Dobbin, Miss Martha Dobbin will keep open house at their home in State Center Tuesday. The hours will be from 3 to 5 in the afternoon and from 7 to 9 p. m. <§• & <§•• Entertains Church Guild The young women's missionary guild of the federated churches of State Center met at the home of Miss Kathryn Ferguson, southeast of town, Monday evening. Following a covered dish supper Miss Helen Grey read several chapters-from the study book. "The Rock of Decision." •* *> <t, Auxiliary Holds Social Meeting The Women's auxiliary of the, Bethlehem church of Slater held a social meeting Thursday evening at the Nels Ihle home. Program numbers for the evening were: Piano solo. Mrs. O. Newman, reading, Dorothy Weeks, duet. Mrs. Heggen and Mrs. Petersen: violin duet, Ruth Rorem and Gladys Estreml; reading. Frances Nerness: cornet solo. Irma Sydness; song. male, quartet: duet. Oriett and June Sheldalil: reading. "Home."' Mrs. Lester Halverson; selection, girls' chorus: talk, the Rev. Mr. Rorem. * $ <$> Announces Secret Marriage j Mrs. A .M. El well announces the secret marriage of her daughter Julia Elwell, to Arnold Cains of Chattanooga. Tfim.. which took place, Jan. 15. The ceremony was Performed at Cleveland, Tenn. The bride was graduated from the Story City high school and the Capital City Comrpercial college, "es Moines. She was employed in Des Mofties for three years and durinR the past year was in Chat- fanoogn where the family moved ow- n year ago, The couple arp residing in At- innm. On,, where Mr Gains is a dealer In produce. Tea Towels Quilting Muslih Pastel, 5 different colors in pkgi- Hemmed, %eady Full 39 inches wide. Un bleached firm weave. Luncheon Cloths Art, block plaids^ in nice 'selection of coMr 50x50 •;... ..... ... ..59c 54x70 ..... i. ..... $1.12 RITE-WAY FOOD STO Regardless o'f advancing bo&is,'ou'rse'nsafibpaT19c Sales continue, for the beaefit of our many customers who have J earned to look forward to these opportunities to save. YouJl he surprised with the values offered at this low price. Curtain Material Choice Rice • Net and rayon stripe Marquisette 36 inch. Play Pajamas With hat to match. Good designs. Fast colors. ' BEAUTY—LOW PRICE—QUALITY Mid-Summer Frocks | They will' go in a-hurry judging from the interest already displayed. SAM-FLUSH Handy Stool Brush Free BIG VALUE COCOA. HARDWATER Castile SOAP 5 cakes Small - All Crisp Soda Crackers At least lOc under the market 'J-lb box MAYFLOWER COCOA A great big package of . good quality cocoa... MARSHALLTOWN DIVISION These Prices Effective For Friday-Saturday August 11 and 12 CEYSTAL JELLY STINGS, wholesome summer candy ; .- ^ Ib 19c CARAMELS, assorted, wrapped ........'.._ ^..•_......•..^• Kf .\ . lb 19c RICE, fancy Blue Rose ^^. mtiujse . kMr> .3 Ibs 19c PUFFED WHEAT, Quaker.the kiddies choice _^. 2 packages 19c SUMMER DRINK, Jack Sprat, pkgr. makes 20 glasses ., .^. 4 packages 19c COFFEE, Good Cheer, quality and economy , *.•.**,., .. lb bag 19c GELATIN DESSERT, Jack Sprat; 12 flavors ............... 4 packages 19c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ELBERTA PEACHES ..^...^,. ...„_. doz 19c ONIONS, California Bermuda .^i,. ..^. .4 Ibs 19c CABBAGE ;............. .^,.. .^......... 4 Ibs 19c SUNKIST ORANGEY ."... doz 19c Klaxons — Organdies — Piques Tailored in latest fashions Clearance Special 2.98 }. Unen, Lace and Silks All were higher priced Lounging and Sleeping Pajamas Cut. fuii for comfort. Dots, plaids,-figured. Quality Bath Towels BOYS! GIRLS! $1,00 for Funny Stories Tune in the Jack Sprat Smile Club WOC-WHO-9 A. M. every Saturday CHOCOLATE'PUDDING, Jack Sprat, prepared instantly .. 4 pkgs 19c VANILLA EXTRACT, Jack Sprat, true extract /.. , J _..' A .;... 2-oz. bottle 19c POWDERED SUGAR, Jack Sprat ..,,,....,... 2 lb package 19c BROWN SUGAR, medium C . ; .....'......' ^....... 3 Ibs 19c PICKLING SPICES, Japk Sprat, mixed* L ._ 3 packages 19c PRUNES, fancy Santa Claras, medium size _._. .^.,.. 2 Ibs 19c CORN, Jaek Sprat, extra sweetened Evergreen _. 2 cans 19c SWEET PICKLES, Jack Sprat, small sweet : . pint jar 19c KRAUT, Jack Sprat, large No. 2y 2 cans 2 cans 19c HOMINY, Jack Sprat, large No. 2y 2 cans ,.....-. 2 cans 19c YAMS, Gulf Kist, a delicious new product , No. 21/2 can 19c SARDINES, Domestic, in oil 5 cans 19c MACARONI, Jack Sprat, i/ 2 lb. packages 3 packages 19c PINEAPPLE, Mayflower, matched slices No. 21,4 can 19c PINEAPPLE, Jack Sprat, crushed, No. 1 cans 2" cans 19c PEARS, Jack Sprat, small 8 oz. cans 2 cans 19c PEACHES, Jack Sprat, fancy, grade, heavy syrup No. 2 l / 2 can 19c Household Necessities AMMONIA, Columbia quart 19c GLOSS STARCH, Jack Sprat or -Argo .*. 2 packages 19c TOILET PAPER : Trophy, 1,000 sheets to the roll 4 rolls 19c M & M Grocery Peyton Grocery 214 MAIN STREET PHONE 29 2902 WEST STREET — PHONE 337 NEARBY RITE WAY STORES Swanson 'B Rite-Way Grocery NEVADA John Michaelson ROLAND James Grocery COLO Dwight Hughes STANHOPE Shngart Rite-Way Grocery Mr.OALLBBl.TBO R-Store NAPIER Harry's Cash Store CAMBRIDGE Ingwald Madison ZI ARINft Rite-Way Grocery STRATFOBD Hasna's Rite-Way Grocery HOBBARD

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