Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 14, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Monday, August 14, 1933
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AMU DAILY TtlBCTfg TIME*. AMB» IOWA. MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1933. Announcement Made of Two Iowa State Marriages of Interest \/fISS MARIE LUDKMAN and Marlon A. Peterson, Iowa State col 'e*e graduates. wre united In, marriage Saturday f n a oulei ceremony performed at the bride's home in Montezuma The service was the couple . presence of immediate families of The attendants were^Wjss Velma Dickman of Montezuma and Or- Jin K'AfAVtpAM nt A »»»«*•_•, -A. land Person of Azne£ . ., The bride Is the dtUf bt«r W Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Montezuma. She was graduated from the home economics division at Iowa State pojtege in 1932 and during collewi'yetrB affjJlated 'with the Chi Otnftga sorority ' ' The groom Is the son of Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas Peterson/ 2128 Country Club boulevard, Ames. He was graduated from the industrial science division at Iowa State in 1931 He is a member of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. Following his graduation, Mr. Peterson secured a position with the W. T Grant company stores in Los Angeles. He is now assistant/manager of the Los Angeles store". , The couple left at onCe for their new home In California. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peterson and Orland Peterson of Ames attended the ceremony. Frfck-Duhkel Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dunkel. of Webster. City announce the marriage of their only son Robert N. Dunke! to Miss Dorothy Prick youngest daughter of Dr. and Mrs' DanJel Frick.of Athens, Wis The ceremony was performed ^ug. 3 in Bessemer, Mich., and '^e jotmg couple are spending their honeymoon at Hazelhurt Lake, Mich., and at Chicago at tb° world's fair. ; ; . ^ The groom attended Iowa State college where fie became affiliated with the Phi Gamma 'Delta fra- '.ernity. The bride has attended the University of Wisconsin and the University of Indiana and is a mem- CALENDAE Monday Gebal Council. Tuesday Bridge at Country Club. D. U. V. Willard W C. T. U. Coll. M. E. Picnic. Wimodausis Club. Wednesday Women'* Golf Assn. Women's Golf Assn. Jr. Maccabee Picnic. Friday Yours & Mine Club. ber of the Delta Gamma sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Dunkel will be in Ames during the coming vear where they will complete their"col- courses. Courtesy For Martha Evvard The first, of a number of parties to be given for Martha Evvard before si e leaves for her new home in Phoenix. Ariz., was a theater party given by Fred Corneliussen Monday afternoon at the Capitol theater in Ames. The guests at the party were members of the De Lofto troup of which Miss Evvard has been a member for the past three years Helen Alexander Guest? were HeleL Martin, Mart- Jane Koos New Fall Cotton Dress Fabrics The ,Most, Popular of All Plaid- Ginghams Large Plaids Smart Smair Plaids colorings New Cotton Crepes Choice color combination. -Entirely different. Smart Prints New SO square color-fast prints of dazzling new designs for fall -«:ear, 'Make your selection while stock is complete. Turknit Wash Cloth Crochet edge, Non-stretch, : 6 pastel colors or all white Large size Ruth Wood, Gloria Anderson, jJ HaU ? .-Jfcurtwtra Hail. fiutb tewio, I*>rotJiy Siberell, PhyUi* Swearin gen, K&therjne Hose of S*»ry City and KtitJb Fi-e«d of Huxley. * *• * Junior Maccab«« Court R*)ly\y.«d. . Sunbeam court No. 1 Junior Mac- cebee»i*ill be hosts Wednesday to the district court rally which will be In. ihe^form of r. plcnlr at Brookside. Approximately 45 members of the Des JfoJnes courts and sereral, Lady Ma.ccabjes are expected to participate. The picnic dinner will be served at noon and a moc' .Interesting program of ; sporl3, contests and games will-be featured for the aft; ernobn. Junior court members in eludes boys and girls up to the age of 16 years. Mrs. Fred Downs is court director of the local group. Any member of the group, who has not been solicited for food is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service. The group will begin to assemble at the park entrance a/ 11 o'clock. In 'case of rain a place" for tti'e picnic will be provided. •,'"••<• " ' See Family Holds Annual Reunion Sunday The, third,] annual reunion of the See family;, was held Sunday at the Ledges 'State . park near Boone Fifty-eight members and two guests were in attendance. The bounteous dinner was served at- 1. o'clock, and in the parly afternoon the meeting was called, to order by the president and minutes of last meeting read and approved. Officers for the coming year elected at this time are: Grant Smith Ames, president; Mrs. John Prechti Boone, . vice president; Mrs. Ed McKenna jr., Ames, secretary and treasurer. The program committee is Mrs. Clarence Smith and Mrs- Elmer Huffman. In .the history of the family for the past year two births were re ported. A son, Hichard Paul Burke was bp'rn .to Mr. and Mrs. tfodger Burke of Boone, and a daughter Margaret Ann, born to Mr. and Mrs W. ,E. Theis of Osage. Two mar nages were reported that of Mrs Elmer Hosford of Chicago and Mrs Emma Sark of Curlew, la. , The family will 'meet at Lake Comar for its picnic next year which is scheduled to be held the third Sunday in August; Those present were: Mr and Mrs. George See, Mr. and Mrs Grant Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hockman, Paul, Billy, Maxine. Phylis; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Fines and Max, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McKenna Jr., all of Ames; Mr. and Mrs ! Clyde Smitn, Wilma Mildred, Bur I dette Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- 1 ence Smith, La Verne, Margaret ' and Kenneth of Guthrie Center, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hosford of Chicago; Ed See, Excelsior Springs Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. John PrechtJ Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Burke, Joseph Richard and Rodger of Boone; Mr and Mrs. Charles Rocho, Mr- and Mrs. H. E. Rocho, Eugene, Bobby, Mrs. Sarah Wildon, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Huffman, Mrs. liizzie Crokei Joe Nelson all of Des Moines- Mr and Mrs. Sam Vandenverf, Lillian Gene, Maxine, Shirley and Duane of .Sleepy Eye, Minn. Guests at the affair -were Mrs Julia Agnew,- Vjllisca and Athv Compton, Dixon, ill. - . . • Judge Family Holds .AnnuaJ Reunion Very few more beautiful days have been seen during the 61 years that, have passed since the James Judge family -came -to Iowa in covered wagons from their old home in Wisconsin, than Sunday when SI relatives of that Judge... family assembled at- McHose .park at Boone fpr=. their annual meeting. This reunion is held each "year by members of the Judge .family who now- number over 100. The. ; meeting this year, was in charge -of the following officers- James E. Judge, Napier, president Cecilia Judge Neimeyer, Ottumwa secretary-treasurer; Miss Kathryn Judge, Napier, corresponding secretary.,...., ,",<. .- , ... A delicious basket dinner Bleached Muslin Very soft finish. Even weave. Full yard wide Stressing the Values of ! Mid-Summer Wash Frocks —for August Sale Hot weather will be with us for six weeks more and under the present NRA program it will be a long time before you will hav^ such beautiful sheer material and such, splendid workmanship offer- e "3 you for so low a price. 98c fit and are flattering Curtain Your Windows Now! Ruffled curtains nevri jvere so reasonable, vvhile they last—you find Priscllla curtains Just to match your demand & color.scheme. 98c U?c McCall or Pictorial Review gervic(1 served cafeteria style at-nooa and with the exception of a short talk by Fathers-Ran -of Boone who with Father • Bernard White -of Ames called, to congratulate the Judge I families, on. the idea of family re- 1 unions, the afternoon was spent in visiting. A short business session was held at' the close of the afternoon and the following officers elected for the new year: John E Judge, , Ames, . president; Miss Kathryn Cooper, Napier, secretary treasurer; Miss Hazel Mahoney. Boone; corresponding secretary! Ambilg'-the 'fetters and telegrams read fr8m relatives unable to at tend was a telegram from Mr. and Mrs. Ted S. Besh of Lexington, Ky and one from Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Durand of^ Bayonne, N. J. Mrs Besh wijl' be remembered as the former Miss Charlotte Judge and Mrs. Durand Kathryn Judge. Ice cream- and cake were served at the conclusion of the meeting and all left for their various home? • (Continued on Page Five) • Society To Present Pupils In Recital Pupils of Miss Anna Sheldahi will be presented in a recital in the Methodist church in Sheldahi Monday, August 21, at S o'clock. .The detailed prograui follow^: "Hilarity," (Lichner). Marcel la Sheldahi; rfiells in the Stee Pie." (Williams). Ruth Wolfe; "Song of India," Lorraine Brendeland; "Hasten Gentle Shepherd," (Williams), Elmon She!- dahl; duet, "The Rose," Dorothy and Kathryn Larson; "Daffo downdilly," (Williams), Dorothj Sheldahi; "Sweet Vjolet," (Lien- ner), Dorothy Williams; "Lucky Locket," (Williams), Pauline Lund; duet, "Daffodil," (Rose- «'ig>, Klnia Hoppee. and Marion Mitchell. "Taps," "Indian Village," (Foster). Edsel Anderson; "Robin. Lullaby," (Krogmnnn), Ma'riai Smith; "See Saw." (Williams > 'Stella Hanks; "At School March, I iSlr.':hiiog i. Hit-mini Johnson; 'duet, "Buzzing Bumble Bee," <£rb). Doris ar.d Dorothy Shtl dahJ; violin solo. "Flower Song," (L&age)', Mary Parr; "Cathedral Chimes/' Alvina Brendeland; "Shepherd Boy," (Wllgon), Nor- naan Gfeller; "A Dialog," (Bil bro). Delores Lund; "Spring Song," (Mendelssohn). Virginia Erickson. "Village Band." (Lange). William Sheldahi; duet, "Angelus.' Delores and Pauline Lund; "Wild Flowers." (Wenrlch). Elma Hoppee; "A Birdie With a Yellow Bill," (Williams). Doris Shel- dahi; "In R*nk and File," (Rand), Leona Brendeland; "Dream Boat," (Williams), Carol Veager; song, "Bells (Are Ringing." by group, words written by Elmon Sheldahi, music by. Anna Sheldahi; "Little Meadow Lark." J'alrlcla Canfield. "Mazurka," (Meyer and Hcl mund). Mary Parr; "Restless Brook." (Williams). Marian Mitchell; "Gertrude'* Dream," Dor othy Larson; trio, "A May Moru ing," Lorraine. Alviwa. and Leona Brendeland. Nevada Society News and Missionary v Society Picnic The Woman's .Missionary society the Church of Christ "met Fri- <Xv at the Ledges State park near liwue for its annual picnic. After iJie business meeting the afternooo was st»ent in sigbtgeeiug about the park. ® « <5> Entertains at Bridge Party Miss Florence Crouch was hostess Friday evening at her home to a bridge party. The home was beautifully decorated with flowers using a color scheme of orchid and green. Bridge was played at four tables during the evening and prizes were awarded to Miss Lillian Peterson, high and Dorothy Lattig, second high. Delightful refreshments were served a't the conclusion of the games. Mr. and Mrs. E. ff. Addison and grandson James Carter left Friday for Freeport, 111., for a week end visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Martin and daughter Mary Elizabeth of York. Penn.. are guests In the home of Mr. Martin's cousin, Mrs. R. w Bodger and husband. They had been in Chicago attending the ' world's fair. < Mrs. Jennie Bobo, the Misses Helen and Mary Bobo and Mrs. S. T. Shaw were in Des Moines 'Thursday where they were dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Shaw's daughter, Mrs. Harold Clemens and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Malliett and son Merle of Shipley were recent dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowry' and family in Colo. Miss. Margaret Alkire of Hoops- *AGI TUB! ton. 111., who has spent the past seven weeks with her cousin, Mis* • Margaret Andrew and also with other relatives in the community left Thursday for her home. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Weeden have gone to Chicago to attend the world's fair. Before returning to Nevada they will make a visit with relatives in Battle Creek. Mich. Mr. and Mrs, David Baker of Waterloo are guests in the home 1 ' of Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Bishop Mrs. Mary Hopkins of Colo was ' in Nevada Thursday where she attended the funeral services held for the late Mr.s. Elma Martin. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kriner Mrs' Dru Robertson and E. R. Mason motored to Spencer Thursday with I Merwin Kriner who has accepted a 'position in that city. 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