Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 28, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Monday, August 28, 1933
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"Birr BST?EI or AMES* AMES DAILY TRFBUKE TIMES. AMES. IOWA. s MONDAY, AUGUST 2?, 1933. State B. P. W. C Committee Chairmen Announce Tentative Programs for New Club Year r* f\T f»t"t-j» 11 r/"VT"» ?i*TT «<" I"* AM 4 fiY*<'( 11rt r\»«i-it-1 !•! *^« £ — 0 j i * . <n . j _ M RS. GOLDIE WORTH of Centerville, president of the Iowa Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs Monday announced the appointment of three Des Moineg women as chairmen of standing committees for the new year. 1933-34. They are: Margaret Brick, education; Rosa E. Cunningham, legislation, and Helen G. Irwln, publicity. According to Miss Brick the state education program will include two major objectives, service to its own club members and vocational guidance to high school boys atfdt 1 girls. This program will consist of three distinct types of work. First in line with the 10 year objective of tbo national federation, classes will be organized in clubs for the purpose of studying civic and economic affairs. Particular emphasis will be placed on such subjects as NRA, current events and other questJ9ns of the day of interest to business and professional women. Second the vocational guidance program will endeavor to encourage each club to cooperate with its it t \* -^ —^ * CALENDAR high school in securing speakers for the purpose of aiding boys and girls in the selection of a vocation. Third, a special program of interest to high school girls is being planned to take place in each club in Iowa during November. Mrs. Cunningham announces the legislative committee wjjj sponsor a study program of active participation in such state and national legislation as covered by the recommendation of the national legislative chairman and adopted at the biennial convention in July in Chicago. Being primarily concerned with the economic and social status of Monday Gebal Council. Kumjoynus Clas Picnic- Tuesday i Bridge at Country Club. U. B. Reception. Wednesday Women's Golf. Assn. Neewollah Club. women, the national federation went on record as being squarely opposed to any discrimination against women as based on sex whether by law or custom and the state committee will cooperate in seeking to promote a public opin ion which will not countenance legal restrictions and which will substitute sound thinking on this subject. It is the ultimate hope that apti tude and efficiency instead of sex will be the measuring rod for all FROCKS Travel prints, crepe faillee, novelty wools, knitted fabrics in interesting combination of fall colorings. The styles are entirely different. The most prominent is the broad shoulders, new sleeve mode and an occasional jacket effect. Black is the smartest. Brown and grey follow next. Novelty collars and cuffs of contrasting material provide outstanding detail. Reasonably priced! Quilting Muslin ?9 inches wide. A firm. ?oft finish quality. Daisy Muslin i splendid bleached mus- •in. soft weave.- yd. •K-ide. THE NEW STYLES IN The dressier types are ail fur trimmed introducing the larger collar type and fur high on the sleeve, with sleeve fullness and slim plain cuff. Quality and color of fur varies. The trend is toward wool crepes, novelty weaves and boucle. Black is the real favorite, nest is brown, navy and grey. The beauty and style of these new must be seen—there is value. Pajamas grade of ravo n 4 choice of styles Beauty Parlor The new interpretation of permanent wave. Quality Prints SO square. They are highest grade. best for ''"'or, rtosisn and wear. Other «iualitlM for I.V-Iftr. workers. Tbe committee will _„„ tinue to cooperate with other state' organizations In the sttidy and promotion of educational and social legislation. The publicity program according to Miss Ir/'in will Include a poster contest to be conducted among high, school and art students In October. Both boys and girls will be eligible to compete and a cash prize will be offered by the state federation. The winning poster will be entered in the national contest which Is sponsored to secure a poster to be used during the national business women's week next March. A state publicity contest will also be carried on among the 56 clubs in the state and five trophies will be awarded at the close of the year to the clubs winning the various phases of the contest. In addition there will be a national publicity contest in which each state federation participates. To Entertain Once In Awhile dub The Once In Awhile club will hold a, covered dish luncheon Wednesday at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Clarke Stookey, 3008 Columbia street, in Des Moines. U. B. Church'to [Hold .Reception A reception will be held in the United Brethren church Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock for the pastor, the Rev. C. C. Dillavou, and family. A dinner is being served at 6 o'clock and a program will follow. No charge is being made for the dinner but an offering will be taken. All members of the church and friends are cordially invited. Johnson-Aune XupUaJs Sunday Miss Mildred L. Johnson and fiector W. Aune of Minnesota were' united in marriage in a quiet ceremony performed Suu- day morning at 9 o'clock in the United Brethren church parsonage. The service was read by the Rev. C. C. Dillavou. The couple -was attended by Mr. and Mrs. James W. Johnson. They left immediately after the ceremony for Minnesota where .hey will make their home. I. F. W. M. Clubs to Sponsor Programs The works of Iowa composers will be featured in the Musical 'owana program which will be sponsored by the Iowa Federation of Music Clubs beginning Monday and continuing thru Thursday at the state fair now in ses- ;ion in Des Moines. The programs will be given at 3 o'clock in the auditorium of he Women's and Children's milding at the state fairgrounds. Mrs. Carl Ristvedt, president of he Iowa Federation of Music Clubs, witk other officers of the owa federation and presidents of he clubs are presenting the programs. Xeewollah Club To Meet Wednesday The initial meeting of the year of the Is'eewoilah club will" be held at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Elizabeth Cole, Thirteenth and Burnett streets. Bridge Party at At Country Club The regular weekly, bridge party for women of the Ames Golf and ^Country club will be held Tuesday afternoon. Play wiil begin promptly at 2:30 and prizes will be given for high score. Hostesses are Mrs. E. S. Haber and Mrs. Henry- Giese. Is Honored at Pre-nuptial Courtesy i i Miss Ethel DaTidson was honored Saturday afternoon at a bridge party and shower given by Miss Ellen Bauge and Mrs. Don Caswell at the Cas~el! home. 1209 Curtiss avenue. Brides was played at three tables and high -score prize was awarded to Miss Louise Jones. Miss Mary Brindley received, the traveling prize. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. Miss Davidson who is the daughter of Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Davidson will become the bride of Kenneth Eaton in a ceremony to be performed September 16. McCulley-McFarland Marriage Is Announced M*-. and Mrs. D. E. McCulley of Omaha, Neb., announce the marriage of their daughter Margaret to Dr. G. E. McFarland jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. G. E. McFarland of Ames which took place June 2S in Missouri Mrs. McFarland was a junior student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. She is a member of the Kappa Alpha Zeta sorority. Dr. McFarland jr.. attended Ames high school and was graduated from St. John's Military school at Delafield. Minn. He attended Iowa State college for two years and then entered the college of medicine at the University of Iowa. He received his doctor's degree in June and entered his interneship at a hospital in LaC'rosse. Wis.. July t. McFarland is a member of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and the Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity. The couple are at home in LaCrosse. Entertains A» Dinner Party Mrs. Sadie Sobers was. hostess at. a delightful dinn-T party Friday Mining in the Bungalow- tearoom. The guests wpre. the Rev. and (Continue^ on Page Four) County Society News Miss New York a Milking Champion! BIRTHS To Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harper, a daughter, Aug. 2$ at. rhfi Mary (Jre^ley hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Barr, a son, Aug. 20. at th^ir home here. Mr«. Barr was formerly Miss Lulu rif Kellry. Tn Mr ami Mrs. Cliarlo- \Valk*r son. Aug. 25. a', thrir Vnne in Is Hostesses At Evening Courtesy Mrs. J. J. Thompson was hostess Wednesda^ evening at a delightful party at her home in Roland as a courtesy for Miss Anna Solberg who leaves soon for Rock Rapids to resume her duties as teacher in the schools there. A program was a feature of the evening and numbers included, piano selections, Constance Frederickson, musical reading, Mr. Andrew Alvestad, uiano duet, Mrs. M. M. Eggland and Julia Eggland; vocal duet, Miss Young and Evelyn Anderson. During the social hour refreshments were served by the hostess. <S> <8> <§> Courtesy For Mrs. Cody Mr. and Mrs. Jim Day entertained a group of friends and relatives Sunday at their home near Shipley as a courtesy for Mrs. Frank Cody. Each family brot a well filled hasket and the noon dinner was served cafeteria style. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Perl Ernst and sons, Mr. .and Mrs. Otis Angle. Mr- and Mrs. Gordon Huffman and children, Everett Cox all of Ames; Mr. and Mrs. John Ernst, Mr. - nd Mrs. John Robertson and family, Mrs. Lloyd 'Young and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Emerson and family, Har-' ley Bates and daughters. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Backous. ' Callers during the afternoon '• were: Arthur Bates and daughters' Genevieve and Erma and Mrs. i Mamie Ernst and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans and family. Nevada Society Ntws and Person*!* Entertains At Lutheran Social Mrs. Charles K. Gilham was hostess Friday afternoon to the regular monthly social of wonun and friends of the Memorial Lutheran church. A good attendance was reported. Plans were discussed for a chicken supper to be served by thft women of the church in September and refreshments were served at the conclusion of the afternoon by Mrs. Earl Brouhard. Mrs. Blalne Corbin, Mrs. Laura Smith and Mrs. Gillhara. Celebrates Third Birthcay The third birthday annivf-rsary of little Mary Ellen Vinsel was the occasion of a delightful party given Friday morning at the Vinsel home. The pi.rty hours from 10 to 12 o'clock were spent in games and refreshments featuring a birthday cake with candles were served. In addition to nine little boys and girls other guests were: Mary Ellen's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Adiiison of Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vinsel of Des Moines, James Carter of Nevada. .Mrs. El- , mer Brownlee and daughter Marie's Mre. Ruth Nelson and Miss Allen and sons, George and Joha returned Thursday from Chicago where they had spent several days at the world's fair. Miss Shirley Clark of Council Bluffs who has been a guest for several daj-s in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crouch left Saturday for her home. Miss Clark i* a teacher in the Council Bluff* schools. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jay Banks hay»' returned from a week at Paynesville. Minn., where they enjoyed ft week's vacation outing, fishing. Bob Karges and Harry Corbin left Saturday for Chicago where they will attend the Century of Progress exposition. Mrs. E. L. McConkie has gone 1 to Chicago where she will meet a sister from Wisconsin Rapids. Win. and both will attend the world'8 fair for several days. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Anderson spent the week end in Des Moines with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harle Bishop. •<>-. Mrs. Glenn McConnell am* daughter Beverly and Mrs. Cha*n les Goebel accompanied Mr. Council to Des Moires Friday. Goebel visited friends in , Moines while the others attended: the state fair. ^ At the Hospitals Mary Greeley List, of patients: Mrs, Jennie What? Miss New York winning a milkmaid contest! Well, Jt surprised western competitors, too. when Miss Viola Henry, of Norwick. N. Y.. a Cornell University co-ed, captured top honors at the milking contest at A Centurj of Progress in Chicago. Here she's shown with the champion's cup after she had filled her pail with 16 pounds and six ounces of milk at the end ot the three minutes allowed io the contest her father. H. Cowgill family. ! and the jRead the Tribune-Times Want Ads Daily Mr. and Mrs. George Erickson returned Monday from a two weeks visit in State Center. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McVay and Mrs. R. L. Halloway and son Carroll were in Des Moioes Friday where they attended the state fair. Mrs. Frank Allen and daughters, and baby, Mrs. Cleon Berry and/ baby, Mrs. H. H. Harper and babyV Mrs. B. H. Thomas. ^ T " MARENGO, (EE)— Funeral se¥« vices were planned today for Clarence Misel. 17. drowned Frfo day in the Iowa river when h^. stepped into deep water whil«h wading. It wa s leva's 61st ing of the 1933 season. obacro Compsnj ftt •>sL • ABOVE-A. M, WILKINS, air-mail pilot for Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc., has flown the night air mail over 150,000 miles. It takes healthy nerves to hang up a record like that! 5 W. Niedemhofer. at Newark Airport, the Eastern Terminal o £ TWA. for a chat and a smeke. "Camels never ruffle or jangle my nerves," Wilkini says. IT IS MORE FUN TO KNOW Camels are made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other popular brand* They are milder, richer in flavor- They never tire your taste or get on your nerves. MATCHIISS CAMELS • EVER NOTICE HOW airplane passenger? «mofce at each refueling stop ? Camels never get on your nerves, no matter how much you smoke, and there's more real enjoyment in their costlier tobaccos. A. M. WILKINS. air-mail ace, says: "It's a steady grind, all right, being a night hawk on the air mail A man has to have healthy nerves to live up to our tradition that iba matt -must go through! That's why I smoke Camels. And I smoke plenty T Camels neve? ruffle or jangle my nerves, and I like their mild, rich flavor." -•3 * it Steady smokers turn to Camels because the costlier tobaccos in Camels never tire the taste—never get on the nerves, Your taste and ?/<wr nerves will confirm this. Start smoking Camels today and prove it for yourself. It is more fun to knowl •'it NEVER GET ON YOUR NERVES NEVER TIRE YOUR TASTE T »

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