Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 22, 1933 · Page 6
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BZTTB* AMI!*'DAILY TEIB0HE TIMES. AMBJ. IOWA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1933, : Society: Allemtn-VanScoy < Nuptial* Sunday Miss Mildred Ann Alleman, daughter of George J. Alleman of Slater and Carroll Van Scoy son of Mrs. J. R. Largent of Fort Dodge were married Sunday afternoon !E a ceremony performed in the Lutheran church here. The service was read by the Rev. G. C. Swain of Sheldahl. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard VanScoy. The bride is a, popular young woman of Slater community. She was graduated from the Sheldahl high school. • The groom attended the Ames schools and was graduated from the high school at Fort Dodge. He has been employed for some time in the downtown United Food store. The couple is at home at 915 Clark avenue. « « « Virginia Nichols and A. R. Trueidell Are Wed Miss Virginia Ruth Nichols, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Verne . Nichols of Ames and Allen Ray Truesdell also of Ames were united in marriage In a quiet ceremony performed Sunday morning at 10:35 in St John's Episcopal church. The service was read by the Rev. LeRoy S. Burroughs. The couple was attended by Rex Truesdell brother of the groom and Miss Dorothy Knudson. The bride was graduated from Ames high school with the class of 1931 and for the past year has been a bookkeeper in |he office of Swift and company. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Truesdell. He was graduated from Ames high school in 1929 and attended Iowa, State college for two years. He is now employed at Swift and company. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents at which time many lovely gifts were received by the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Truesdell left early in the evening for a short honeymoon trip to northern "Minnesota and Canada. Upon their return they will be at home at BO i Crawford avenue. & & <% Celebrates Seventy-Finh Birthday A group of 37 relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. H. C. Downey, 316 Lincoln way Sunday to help her celebrate her seventy-fifth birthday. The bounteous dinner was served cafeteria style at noon and the afternoon hours were spent in visiting. Besides the relatives in Arn^s and Nevada in attendance those from away were, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Quick, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Quick, Prairie City, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howard, Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. B- B Baker of Maxwell. « 4> <&> Dinner Bridge At Country C!ub The regular semi-monthly dinner bridge party at the Ames Golf ani Country club will be held Thursday evening. The 7 o'clock dinner will be followed by bridge. * Mr. and Mrs. Seaman Knapp dinner chairman will be assisted by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stoddard, Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. 1 ' R. E. Nichol and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lotz. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nichols are chairman of the bridge committee. Dinner reservations are to he phoned to 38. <S> <*; £ Begular' Meeting of Marion Rebekah Lodge Marion Rebekah lodge No. 108 will meet in regular session Thursday evening at S o'clock in the I. 0. 0. F. temple. CALENCAG Tuesday Pythian Sisters. Bridge at Country Club. Wednesday W. H. B, Club. Women's Golf Assn. Thursday Rebekah Lodge. V. F. W. Auxiliary. Diadema Class Picnic. General Meeting M. E. Aid. Diadema Class To Hold Picnic The Diadema Sunday school class of the First Methodist church will hold its annual picnic August 24 at 1 o'clock in Brookside park. All members are urged to be present. Each one is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service. <* « $ V. F. W. Aux, Meeting Wed. The Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Roy Cottrill, 203 Lincoln way, Wednesday for an all day sewing party. Members are asked to bring covered dish, sandwiches and table service for the noon luncheon. All members -are expected to attend at least part of the day. Nevada Society Ntws *nd Farm Bureau And4*H Clubs To Exhibit At State Fair The following twenty-two young people of Marshall county will have entries in the 4-H club baby beef exhibit at the state fair: Angus—Kenneth Goecke, Katherine Do) and Dan Dobbin. State Center; Warren Soorholtz. and Orville Aves, Melbourne: Verna White, Rhodes: Elmer Goecke, Marshalltown. Shorthorn — Bernioe and Earl Goecke and Mildred Schaper, State Center: Allen and Ada Packer, demons; John Henry Kickerson. Beaman; Harold Wheater Marshalltown, Hereford — Ralph, Graymond and Kenneth Goeke, State Center; Max Smith, Beryl Everist and Vivian demons, demons: Morris Jobnson, LeGrand, In addition to the baby beeves there will also be on exhibition four thoroughbred baby heifers as follows: Hereford, Max Smith and Vivian Bernette; Shorthorn, Earl Goecke; Holstein, Dorothy Ward. The 22 baby beeves were chosen from an eligible list of 157 by County Agent Harold J. Peterson, who picked out 28 from which to make the final decision. In addition 'to the three baby beef classes in which each county will be permitted to show groups of five, there will be competition for a mixed grrfup of five. All of the Marshall county en-rants will be placed on individual exhibit. Approaching Marriage Is Announced ^ .The approaching marriage of Miss Harriett Ambrose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry «. Ambrose, to Kenneth Kinsey, son of Mrs. Sivrie Kinsey of Nevada was announced at a delightful evening party given at the Ambrose home Friday. The marriage will take "place August 23. Sixteen friends of the bride- to-be, many of them former classmates, were guests. Bridge was the diversion of the evening and prizes were awarded to Miss Mayna Wilcox and Miss Mary Sorenson. Announcement was made of the approaching marriage in tiny messages found in flowerlike parasol place cards which were used for the appointments for the refreshments served at the conclusion of the games. The color scheme for the menu and appointments was carried put in the rainbow colors. The guests were the . Misses Maxine Frazier, Alice Neasham, Lucy Neasham, Florence Crouch. Evelyn Askelaod, Margaret Jane Armstrong. Martha Dunahugh, Neva Harris, Patricia Itish, Jeanette Younker, Mary "Sorenson, Elaine Pearson, Mrs. DeLores McConnell and Mrs. Vere Padelford. . , .... Biaker-Mott Nuptials Saturday Miss Beulah Alta Biaker and Irvan Mott both of Dee Moines were united in marriage in a simple ceremony performed Saturday in the Church, of Christ parsonage here by the Rev. LeRoy Kinser. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Scott of Maxwell. t> <8? *& Entertains At Bridge Party Miss Josephine Fawcett who recently returned from a trip to the Pacific coast' was hostess Friday evening at a delightful bridge party at her home. Guests were members of the Dizzy Dozen club and a few other friends. High score for the bridge games was held by Mrs. Caswell and Miss Davidson. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. Guests present were: The Misses Ellen Bauge. Ethel Davidson and Mrs. Frances Caswell of Ames, Mrs. Henrietta Huhn, Mrs. Harold Rose, the Misses Dorothy Armstrong, Ilo Shalley, Elizabeth Bell, Mrs. Harold T. Dawcetl and Miss Ilo McBride of Ames. Bridge At Country C!ub The regular weekly ladies afternoon luncheon and bridge party was held at the Indian Creek Golf and Conutry club Tuesday afternoon. The luncheon at 1 o'clock was followed by an afternoon of bridge. The committee in charge included Mrs. Ray McHose and Mrs. Harold J. Sayers, joint chairmen. and Mrs. Earl H. Shaw. Mrs. C. F. Wilson, Mrs. Ralph Cessna, Mrs. Gene Stapleton and Mrs. Glen Davis.' County Society News Entertairj* Cemetery Society Mrs. Walter Nelson was hostess Thursday afternoon to members of the Center Cemetery society at her home In Story City. Thirteen members and several guests were In attendance. A short business: meeting preceded the program and refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John Jorgenson. <$>%<£ Johns-Ollnger Reunion at Maxwell The annual reunion of the Johns- Olinger families was held Sunday at Maxwell City park. Approximately 135 'relatives attended. The fried chicken dinner -was served at 1 o'clock and the program and business session was held in the auditorium of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Ava Couch presided and officers elected for the coming year are: Mrs. Lizzie Scott, president; Mns. Bessie Olin ger, vice-president; Miss Maxine Finnic, secretary and treasurer. ' The program consisted of -selections by an orchestra,, solo, duet and trio numbers, a musical reading, selections by a men's double quarter and group singing. . The next reunion will be held the third Sunday in August in 1934. ' Attending from away were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J- Johns, Burt; Mr. and Mrs: Sidney Johns and^family, Burt; A. E. Hansen and family, Algona; Ray Skala- and family. Des Moines: George Finnic, Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes and daughter Mary. Collins; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gate and son Thomas, Miss Esther Fowler, Perry; Mrs. At the Hospitals 1 Mary Grecley Dismissed—Marj Snyder, Mrs. R. H, Smith and baby, R. H. Daley. D OMESTRICKS are the little tricks a smart home maker utilizes to make her home more attractive •—more comfortable— liveable — at very low- cost. WOOL BLANKETS Tfte Generous Kind That Do Not Ro& The Toes .... "When "The Shoulders Get Chilly! Anotfeet "Domestrick" your housewifely heart will approve . . . blankets long enough to be kind to the t°*s and yet give the shoulders a little attention, tool No skimping ... the sheep gave their wool in abundance ... the weaver gave length and breadth • ' • an ^ the dyer came along with glorious colors that make these bed coverings gay splotches from off the rainbow! Very warm and fluffy ... yet light in weight ^and neatly finished in cither 'whipped or bound fashion. Size 70x80 $5.95 TIT-DEN'S Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore are leaving soon for Chicago where they will attend the world's fair. Mr. and JTrs. G. A. Hawkins of St. Paul arrived Tuesday for a visit in the home of Mrs. Hawkins' brother-in-laAV and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Davis. Mrs. Frank Allen and daughters, Mary and Mrs. Ruth -Nelso"n, and sons, John and George Allen, left Monday for a few days at the world's fair in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sealine and son of Stanhope, were among the out of the city persons who attended the large Cook-Gearhart reunion Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus O'Donnell and grandson Bobby O'Donnell, of Waterloo, were guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. L. A. Flater and family. Mr: and Mrs. Herman Olson, of Worthington, .Minn., arrived Sunday for a visit in the home of Alba and Howard Mills and also with other relatives. Mrs. G. H. Hostetter of west Lincoln left Saturday for Racine, Wis., where she will spend two weeks with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bloomquist, and their little daughter. The Bloom- quists will return to Nevada with Mrs. Hostetter at the expiration of her visit Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Wilkening and Miss Ruth Garvey have returned from Chicago where they visited at the Aaron Wilkening home and also attended the world's fair. Mr. Wilkening also attended the national typewriter convention which was held in Chicago last week. 1869 Notice! I want to give my customers the best and latest there is in beauty work. I will be in Chicago attending the Chicago Western Hair Dressing Show Tues., Wed. and Thurs. Stop in the shop. I will be able to give you the latest styles in haircuts and permanent waves, Fields Beauty Shop Phone 1069 B. E. Alexander, Rutlaad; Mrs. A. E. Alexander and daughters, LaVerne; Mrs. J. P. Shaffer, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0; Mullen and son Lester and family, Nevada; Hefcn Graham, Des Moines; Helen, Fred, Dale and Donald Hal&trom. Brooklyn; A. J. Brown, Portland Ore., Peter Brown. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Olinger, Clear Lake: Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Finnic and Maxine and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Flnnte and Billy of Nevada. * * * Lhommedi«M-P.«rry Nuptials Saturday The marriage of Miss Beulah Lhommedleu and Arthur B. Perry both of Colo took place at the home of the bride Saturday evening, Aug. 19. The single ring service was read by the Rev. G. 0. Thompson, pastor of the Calvary Evangelical church in Colo. Both Mr. and Mrs. Perry were raised in Colo and are •well known to all who live there..'Mr. Perry Is engaged In farming. Mrs. Perry was employed; jn clerical work in the court house in Nevada for several years. Of recent years she has given her full time to the care of her father and the home. The bride's father D. E. Lhommedieu is a member -of a pioneer family of Colo. Motorist Given $100 Fine or Term'in Jail John Hia, Ellsworth motorist, appeared in the Ames municipal court, Monday afternoon, for sentence on a charge of driving an automobile while intoxicated. Execution of a judgment fixing a $100 fine or 30 days in jail was stayed for a day or two. The full sentence provided for a fine of $300 and costs, or three months in jail, but Judge J. Y. Luke provided that on payment of S100 of the fine, or in default of payment serving 30 days in jail, the balance would be suspended, and he is to. be paroled to Elmer Boylan of Ellsworth during good behavior. Ames Golf and Country Club GUEST BRIDGE DINNER Thursday, Aug. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Seaman Knapp. chairmen dinner committee. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nichols, chairmen bridge committee, f hone reservations .to clubhouse before noon Thursday. -STAYS UP IN YOUR MOTOR AND NEVER DRAINS AWAY The protection of your motor depends on an oil with extreme oiliness that remtini up in your motor and never drains away. Only Conoco Germ Processed Motor Oil has this pen«- trativeness to cover permanently the surfaces of the working parts durinf the thousands of revolutions required before oil circulation is complete. During these few minutes 50% of all motor wear occurs. The total cost of Conoco Germ Processed Motor Oil is one-fifth of a cent per mile. Next time fill at the Sign of the Red Triangle, wi oootn Mjtt CONOCO GET CONOCO OIL AND GASOLINE AT THE FOLLOWING STATIONS: Yates Loyd* s Bourne Oil Company Service Station Service Station 815 Lincoln Way 604 East Lincoln Way Fifth & Burnett Youre always saying a il V O esterfields taste better • *.. I wish you'd tell me why , I've worked in tobacco; I've manufactured cigarettes . . . and I'll tell you wriy Chesterfields taste better. For a cigarette to have a good taste, it must have first the right kind of Domestic tobacco. This means ripe, mellow, sweet tobacco, filled -with Southern sunshine. Then, blended and cross-blended with this tobacco there must be the right quantity of the right kinds of aromatic Turkish tobacco . . . tobacco that has a pleasing flavor and aroma. Aroma, as you know, adds to the taste. It's just like the pleasing aroma from certain foods. It's appetizing. It makes the food taste better. It makes the cigarette taste better. Then again, for a cigarette to have a good caste, it must be made right. The size, the cigarette paper, everything about it must be right. Just try Chesterfields, t f f watt MILDER • t/t& cigarette t/taf' w, / TASTES BETTER

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