DAILY T11I0HE TIMKJ, 'AMES, IOWA. MONDAY AUGUST 2.1, 1933. Business Women Over the State Meet for Annual Play Day Sun. DEPKESENTATIVES from 19 of the 54 Business and Professional /fci * omen ' 8 clubs ov * r ^e state were in attendance Sunday at the tilrd annual Iowa club Play day held in Ames. Headquarters -were at tn« Memorial Union and 160 registered during the morning The day's activities opened with the luncheon at 1-30 in the Oak T°° m *t the Union. Dr. Beralce DeConly of Council Bluffs new state health chairman, presided over the luncheon program and introduced MIBB H*»A*kA..*> mi^w <K4.MMidlji.MJ. **a *i •_••• ——F ff *--— — •• — *-.«. ».. ^ j «i*v"^vA* jyi ugi aul allu jUirOUUvtfU Miss Frances Fish, president ot the local club, who spoke briefly welcoming the visiting members and**old of the events for the afro? coon. , A guest of fconor at the meeting was Mrs. Goldie Worth of Centerville, newly elected state president who w*« introduced by Dr De- Conly. Mrs. Worth In her talk to club members stressed particularly the important theme of the Play day "the first requisite of a good business -woman Is good health," and commended the clubs on their excellent health programs. She also expressed the wish that many limes during the year members would hold inter-club meetings to exchange club ideas and to be- rome better acquainted with each other. Miss Darleue Gordon, of Clintoa last year's state health chairman presented the club health cup to Dr. DeConly and expressed the wish that it might become a permanent possession of the Iowa flubs. This cup was given to Miss Gordon at the national B. P. w. C. meeting in July in Chicago, in recognition of the outstanding health 'vork done by Iowa clubs during »hc period of two years. The presentation in Chicago was made by Judge Florence Allen of Columbus, Ohio. Program numbers for the afternoon included a group of selections by the talented trio from the Des Moines club consisting of Fanchon Scott. Lillian Clemens. Evelyn Ash ••.vith Sue Wade Smith at the" piano. Numbers were, "Valley of the Moon," "Sleepy Town Express,' "Stormy Waters" and "Homing." ^ith a jolly encore number, "Mountain Music." Miss fluth Raymond sang a group of lovely numbers including the club soLg "The Golden Key." and Miss Mary Burton another Ames girl read for the group "The Telephone" and a musical reading, "The Watermelon." Miss Burton CALENDAR Tuesday Pythian Sisters. Bridge at Country Club. Wednetday W. H. B. Club. Women's Golf Assn. Thursday Rebekah Lodge. responded with an encore number entitled "He Met Her On the Stairs." The g'roup singing during the luncheoc hour was led by Mrs. Vera De Noon of Centerville assisted by Fanchon Scott of Des Moines. Due to the inclement weather the sports program which had been planned and which is each year a. feature of the meeting had to be somewhat curtailed. Swimming, lowever, was enjoyed in the pool n the men's gymnasium and deck tennis was also played in the gymnasium. From 5 to 6 o'clock lea was served to visiting members in the main 'loor foyer of the Union. The .able was centered with a large >owl of garden flowers in the pas- el shades and Mrs. Bernice Moore and Miss Grace Kinser served. As a special honor to visiting msiness women, Mrs. David Mc-lure gave a 15-minute concert on he carillon at 5:15. Clubs represented at the meeting tvere: Anamosa, Boone, Ames. Cen- ervUle, Clinton. Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Fort Dodge, Humboldt owa City, Marshalltown, Maquo eta, Keosauqua, Mason City, New- ton, Oseeola, Sioux City, Waterloo, Wetwter City. The largest delegations fcMD a distance were from Centerville, Des Moines and Waterloo clubs. State officers in attendance at tnis time included, Mrs, Goldie Worth, president; Dr. Ethel Grlf- fen, Sioux City, first vice president; Miss Blanche Maytag, New ton, second . vice president; Miss Kathryn Burk, Waterloo, recording secretary; Mrs. Vera DeNoon, Centerville, corresponding secretary; Helen Irwin, Des Moines, state pub licity chairman; Dr. Bernice De- Conly. Council Bluffs, state health chairman. Past presidents present were: Mrs. Betty Kinney, Waterloo; Mrs. Rosa Cunningham. Des Moines; Miss Elizabeth Henderson, Des Moines; Miss Bess Nichols, Waterloo; Mies Mina Rayburn, Council Bluffs. Assisting Miss Fish In planning for the affair were, Miss Ruyd Confare, vice president and program chairman; Miss Ada Grosenbaugh. health chairman and Miss Florence Woods, transportation chairman. Bridge at Country Club The regular weekly bridge games for women of the Ames Golf and Country club will be played Tuesday afternoon. Play will begin promptly at 2:30. Women's Golf Assn. to Meet The weekly meeting of the Women's Golf association will be held Wednesday at the Ames Golf and Country club. Members will tee off at 8 o'clock and the handicaps committee, Mrs. B. W. Hammer. Mrs. Merle Jenkins and Mrs. Robert I. Simpson announced that the handicaps will be ready for use at this time. A good attendance is desired. The luncheon will be served at noon and hostesses are Mrs. J. L." Boatman. Mrs. Merle Jenkins, Mrs. J. L. Robinson. Reservation are to he phoned to Mrs. J. L. Boatman at number 509 by Tuesday noon. * <t> « EHiott-Dixson Family Reunion The forty-eighth , : * annual reunion of the Elliott and Dixson families was held in Brookside uled for Monday Augut 28, at 4 p. in., at which time Mrs. Worth will give a brief address. Members of the federation attending the fair, as well as ill other women interested in vocational guidance work are urged to call at the exhibit to register and procure available information and literature. ' « * ^ Maccabee* Hold Monthly Meeting The regular monthif supper meeting of the Tallcorn Tent-Hive of the Maccabees was held Friday evening at the home of >'& and Mrs. Kenneth Stokka on Ninth street. Approximately 25 were in attendance. The Sir Knights were in charge W the supper and the committee consisted of K.enetb Stokka, Clarence Sills, Gilbert Cole and Thomas Sheesley. Following the supper the group enjoyed an old fashioned singing I bee and Uie laler evening was <je voted ;o cards. ' Gerald Sills was presented with the Maccabee quilt at this time. ^ Q <t> Corlett-Beard Engagement Announced Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Frances Cbr lett of McGregor to Lynn Beard ot Snyder. Okla. Miss CorJett attends Iowa State college and wifl be graduated from the home economics department next June. Mr. Beard was graduated from the Oklahoma A. aad M. college and received his masters degree in dairy husbandry from Iowa State college last June. €> 3> <3> Bissell Family Holds Reunion The annual reunion of the Bis sell tamily was an interesting eveni of Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kiuil Miller. 916 Clark avenue. The affair was given iu honor of Mr. a«d Mrs. Albert Bissell o} San Diego, Cal., formerly of Story county wl) 0 are visiting relatives iu and near this city. The bounteous dinner was served cafeteria style at noon and the afternoon hours were spent informally. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bissell, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. (Continued on Page Five) At the Hospitals I — • - • - - • - + Mary Greeley List of patients: Mrs. Jennie Allen. Jessie Powell, A. D. New- Iman, Mary Aljean Snyder, Mrs. 'Richard Day and baby, Mrs. R. H. Smith and baby, Agnes Starman, Mrs. Olaf Holen, R. H. Daley. Mrs. Jl L. Norman and baby, Kathr.vn Ben brook, Leonard Thompson, Ida M. Schilling, Mrs Herbert Light and baby, \Mrs. Fred Klein and baby. Mrs Jay Busby and baby. * Mrs. C. T. Sweeney and baby. -i — — BIRTHS To Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Light, a son, July 19, at the Mary Greeley hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Klein, 212 North Russell avenue. a daughter. July 20 at the Alary Greeley hospital. The child, who weighed seven pounds and 14 ounces, has been named Marilyn June. Mr. Klein is a teller in the Union Story Trust and Savings bank. To Mr. , and Mrs. Jay Busby, Lettie street, a daughter, July 20, at the Mary Greeley hospital. Mr. Busby is athletic coach, teacher at Welch school. To Mr. and Mrs. c. T. Sweeney, a daughter, July 21, at th< Mary Greeley hospital. Mr Sweeney IB an Instructor in tlu engineering economics depart ment at Iowa State college. DANCE! Wed., August 23 Banquet Room—9 p. m . SHELDON-MUNN HOTEL Freddie Mauck and Band Sixty- guests All Linen Hand Towels Made by Stevens. Hemmed, with wide colored border. Good wearing. 20C Made-up , Pastel Bath Towels Large and soft spun. Solid pastel colors, white border. Orchid, gold blue. Quality, 35c Wear New Fancy Outings Light and dark designs for comforts or night wear. 36-inch. Boudoir Pillows Make excellent gifts or bridge prizes. Embroidered satin top, silk cord edge. 59c The finest fitting foundation garment—they are better styled, better designed and better made. Let our corsetier -show you just the correct model for you. We emphasiz" Mis-Simplicity. Specials on Sale You may find your size among iivm—they're bargains. 98c $1.98 $2.98 Silk Crepe Slips 1 "- only, "i^ce tr ulder straps $1,98 Sheets and Pillow Cases I'epperell or Pequof lerm opens You win C needed ' ao bu - v iou will savo money. park Sunday, August 20. :wo members and' two we're in attendance. The picnic dinner served at noon was followed by a short business meeting. The meeting opened with a prayer by Ray Dixson and minutes of last meet- ng were read and approved as vas the treasurer's report. Officers elected for the coming •ear are: Jennie Dixson, presi- lent; C. H. Elliott, rice president; Grayce Elliott, secretary- treasurer. The grounds committee who will select a site for the picnic next year are Ray Dixson, Guy Dixson and L. G. Elliott. Attending the reunion from out of the city were: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gronewold, Glen Ellyn, 111.; Phoebe Dixson. Evanston, III.; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Elliott and children, Mr." and Mrs. Charles Marquardt v and children, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Cook, Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Dixson and children, B. Dixson, Mrs. Josephine Dixson, all of Ogden; Mr. . and Mrs. C. E. Elliott and daughter, Mrs. S. J. Elliott, Beaver; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dixson and daughters, Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. William Marquardt, Berkley, la. Entertain at Family Gathering Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Warren entertained at a family reunion Sunday at their home with their children, grandchildren, other relatives, and • friends being in ittendance. The house was attractively Lecorated with baskets of garden lowers and the delicious buffet inner was served at 1:30. The fterndop hours were spent in- ormally. Those present were: William Warren and family, Ames; Ir. and Mrs. W. C. Kraft and amily. Oilman, 111.; Mr. and Irs. Glen Banks and son, Mr. nd Mrs. Carl Warren and son, [r. and Mrs. Russell Warren and on, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warren nd son, Mrs. Ella Akin, Mrs. aura Bateman, all of Ames; rs. Burt Harwood, Clarion; Mrs. Emma Howe, sister of Mr. Warren of Farmer City, 111.; Mr and Mrs. Howard Harlan, Nevada Enjoy Picnic Celebration Sat. An interesting picnic celebration was held Saturday evening m Brookside park. The affair was planned by Mrs. W. H. Root and Mrs. E. L. Quaife and those participating were a group o) couples who were married in 1913, thus celebrating their twentieth wedding anniversaries. The families were also present. Plans were made to make this an annual affair. The evening hours were spent in games by younger and older groups. Couples present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Root, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taff, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Starrak, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dodds, and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuller. To Have Exhibit At State Fair The Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs has accepted an invitation extended by the Iowa Educational Exhibit committee to occupy a booth in the education diviion of the 1933 Iowa State fair, according to Mrs. Goldie Worth of Centervilie, state president. This exhibit offers a splendid medium of presenting to the people of the state the scope and purposes of the club's program, it will feature the educational and vocational guidance work of the 56 clubs ofthe state, as well as other phases of fhe state and national proRram. Tho construction and supervision of tho exhibit which will be open for inspection from !) 16 5 o'clock each day during the, fair, beginning August 25 is under tho flirfclion of the r>es Moines business anrt professional women's club. A special program is schea- RSID LATEX WELDED CORDS (100% PURE LIQUID RUBBER) which prevent Cord Separation . . the cause of blowouts Do you know this? An average size tire goes round 395 times every minute at only 35 miles an hour! Think what happens when you drive at this speed—or faster! Friction develops scorching heat inside your tires! In many tires other than Riversides this heat separates cords! It weakens the tire, forms internal blisters! When you hit a rock or a bump . . . 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