Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 29, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 29, 1933
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AMBI PAILT TEIBPKE TOOl. *J«*. IOWA. TUESDAY. AUOUiT 29, 1WJ : Society :• Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers to Hold Biennial Convention in Marshalltown T HE PRELIMINARY program for the seventeenth biennial conven- , tion of the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers has just .been announced and a call *ent out to accredited delegates and representatives to meet In convention in Marshalltown Oct. 25, 26, and 27. Headquarters will be at the Hotel Tallcorn. expected to be large. The attendance this year is CAL£NDAD Mrs. M. P. Summers. Sioux City, state president will be in charge of all meetings. Mrs. E. R. Grove of Ames, first vice-president of the organization will appear on the program. The convention theme, "Building for the Future—Home, School irnd Community." is being stressed by the interesting and prominent speakers who have been selected to appear on the three-day programs. Among the speakers are; Miss* " Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public Instruction, Des Moines; V. K. Brown, director of recreation. South. Park System, Chicago, 111.; Dr. Harold H. Anderson, research assistant professor of psychology, University of Iowa; Eugene J. Coltrane, representative of the national committee on education by radio, Washington, D. C.; Dr. Walter L. BJerring, state commission of health, Des Moines; .Mrs. Arthur C. Watkins, education secretary, National Congress of Parents and Teachers; Dean Charles E. Friley, dean of industrial science, Iowa State college, and Walter A. Jessup, president of the University of Iowa, Iowa City. . Election of officers will be held at the morning session Thursday and officers will be formally installed Friday afternoon. The social event of the meet- Ing will be the Gold Star dinner Wednesday evening at 6:15 with I Mrs. J. O. Woodraansee, chairman of the Child Welfare magazine, Wednesday Women's Golf. Assn. Neewollah Club. Baptist Picnic. Thursday Methodist Missionary. Quentin Carey. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Carey and Challice all of Ames Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Piper are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Carey. * presiding. Mrs. Summers will present greetings and dinner speakers wHf include, Mrs. Charles F. ,Pye. Mrs Carl C. Magdsick. chairman of parent education, and one minute talks by each district president. The address will be given by Mrs Arthur C. Watkins of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. Honor guests will be presented Rt this time. The program which will follow »he dinner will include talks by Is Reelec(ed County W. C. T. U. Head Mrs. Ellen Avers for the seven teenth consecutive time was re elected president of the Stor county W. C. T. U. at the coun ty convention held Monday in Ne vada. Mrs. Herbert E. Hadley of Nevada was elected rice president Mrs. Claude Smith of Ames, sec retary and Mrs. J. P. Reed o Ames treasurer. The county meeting opened a 9:30 a. m. in the Nevada Evan gelical church. The .morning program opene( with a consecration service in charge of Mrs. Laura Smith fol lowed by greetings by Mrs. H. E Hadley. Reports from the county FAQI Mrs. £ra«i Carlson of fletme, Mre. Carlson beinj a lister of the groom. After the ceremony the «»uple returned to 'the home of Mr. *ud Mrs. Ernest Carlson where they are spending a few 4*y«- Mrg. Springer hai always been a resident of the North Grant community and wag very active In the 4-H chit work and Ifl com- muulty affairs. 04* Amea Woman I* Honored at Convention Mrs. W. B. Durrell of Ames was honored at the conversion of National Rural Mall Carriers and auxiliary.Jield last 'week in Des Moine* by- being Delected as'tr««- urer ofthe auxiliary of *the organization. Mrs. Durrell has been most active in local and state rural car j riers auxiliary work and served for two years as president of the Iowa Rural Mjdl Carrier* auxiliary. ' Mr. Durrell, delegate from tfce sixth district' reports the, conr^a- ; tion \vas the largest in the history of the association .and the reglaler- ed attenipQce was 5,040. ' ' Headquarters werj^at the Sfi#ne temple for the sessions August 21 to 25 inclusive. The three Ames rural carriers, W. B. Durrell, L. G. Dixson; and Harold Giebelstein attended convention sessions. Mrs. Giebelstein was also present. * €> * Annual Sorensen Reunion Is Held The annual reunion and picnic of the family of Mrs. Rasmus Sorensen of Nevada was held .Sunday at Carr's Riverside park in Ames. Thirty-six relatives enjoyed the bounteous picnic dinner school, was a guest last week in the H. E. Shaffer home. Mr. and Mre. M. L. Snyder and little son were in Stratford Bunday. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Snyder's sisters, Anna and Lillian Lindbloom. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finnie and son Billy motored to Oa&aloosa Sunday. Mrs. Finale and Billy remained 4or a visit with dela- tive* until the opening of school. Mr. and Mr*. H. B. Mallory left Monday morning for Leon where they were overnight guest* in the home of Mr. »nd Mrs. W. O. Callen. They are to leave Wednesday for Ottowa, Kan., for a week's visit. 7 Dean Friley of Ames. Walter Jes- """I*" , ™w* *«>"»»« couni; «„„ n f in».; ritv nP «iri«,n» of ,h c President, secretary and treasure sup of Iowa City, president of the University of Iowa and O. R. Latham, president of Iowa State Teachers college. Cedar Falls. ••* * *«• To Hold Picnic Courtesy Members of the Baptist church congregation, and Sunday school will hold a picnic Wednesday eve- nin-g at 6 o'clock at Brookside park as a courtesy for Mr. and Mrs. John Giison' and family who "are returning soou to their work In the Baptist Mission Industrial school at Balasore. Bengal. Orissa. The prayer meeting wil) be were heard. Mrs. Ada Haigler. vice presi dent of the Illinois W. C. T. U was the main speaker for both the afternoon and evening sessions. * « *> Missionary Society Meeting The Women's Home Missionary society of tlie First Methodis church will hold an all day meet ing Thursday in the church to sew carpet rags, tie comforts and to can. fruit. Those who have fruit or toma £. 5 • ,?I ™r eun * *'". ° e toes to donate are asked to bring combined with this event and m thon, AT=« *„ h,™» =o^^«-i^^ case of rain both will be held in the church. * * * Carey Family Holds Reunion A very delightful family reunion was held Sunday at the W. M. Carey home, 124 Welch avenue, all of the children and their families being home at this time. Those present were S. O. Carey and family, Des; A. B. Carey and family. Denison; Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Piper and family, Chicago; Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Peterson. Cedar Falls; ,Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Carey, Mr. and Mrs. them. Also to sandwiches covered dish and table service for the noon luncheon. Kingsbury-Springsr i Nuptials Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of'Miss Ruth Kingsbnry (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernes; Kingsbury, of the North Gran neighborhood and Leonard Spring er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Springer of Boone which tool- place Saturday. August 19, in Bethany, Mo. The service was reac at high non by the Rev. W. 0. Dotson. The couple was attended by Mr. Almost a Bird HORIZONTAL 1 Deity. 3 Who is the heroic man In the picture? 3 Grain (abbr.). 11 To permit. 13 Tiny. 14 Twenty-four hours. 15 Branch ot the shaft of a, feather. 17 Rhythm. 19 To apportion out. 20 The pictured Answer to Previous Puzzle JWIAIL JlOiHiNISIQiNt 37 Fence rail, man is one of 38 Unsuitable, the world's 40 Goddess of peace. 42 Net weights of containers. 43 Era. 46 Coffeehouses. 47 Dyeing apparatus. 4S Smells. 50 Wan. 51 Guided. 52 A cutting off of a syllable. 54 Sheltered place. foremost 22 Says again. 2t All, distribu- lively. 25 Partner. 27 Drone bee. 28 Folding bed. 30 Standard of type measure. 32 Northeast. 55 The pictured man recently completed a solo flight 34 Italian, river 35 Pussy. VERTICAL 1 Place of Napoleon's exile. 2 To depart 4 Neuter pronoun. 5 Pitcher. 6 Still. 7 Nobleman. S Southeast. 9 The pictured man also * made a world flight with Harold ? 10 Cereal grasses. 12 Trinity. 14 Apportioned. 16 Pork. 17 Measure. 18 Second note 19 Cantaloupe. 21 Denunciations. 23 He is the first man to fly the ocean solo. 26 Narration. 29 To foreknow. 31 Director. 34 Wainscotted. 36 Shipworm. 37. To happen. 39 By. 41 To knock. 43 Entrance. 44 Exclamation. 45 A Great Lake. 48 Ancient. 43 To plant. 52 Half an em. 53 Nay. served at nooa at four long tables In the park. Visiting^"and swimming were the diversions of the afternoon. Those in attendance were: Mrs. Rasmus Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Hansen, Gladys and Mable, Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen, Pete Sorensen, James, Edward, Charles and Galen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sorensen, Dorie, . Laverne and Raymond, Mrs. Herman Gunder, Clifford, Herman, Mary, Teddy, Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sorensen, Richard, Kermit, Marvin and Lois Jean, Mary Sorensen. Herman Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. William Hansen, Barbara, Charles and Arthur Larseu. Former I. S. C. Graduates Are Wed Miss Marjorie Johnson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Johnson of Marshalltown became the bride of Philip E. Gissal of St. Louis in a lovely ceremony performed Saturday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. Nuptial vows were taken before a fireplace banked with ferns and gladioli, and baskets of garden flowers were placed about the room. The service was read by the Rev. Frank T. Meacham, a representative of the Congregational church in the foreign field, who has been in Grinnell for awhile. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was charming in a gown of white satin with long Spanish lace veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses, lilies of the valley and babys breaih. Miss Janet Johnson, younger sister of the bride as maid of honor, wore a frock of white embroidered organdy over peach silk and she carried Talisman roses. Charles A. Mosher of Aurora. Ill:, brother-in-law of the bride, kas the hest man. A reception was held after the service End the couple left for a two weeks" motor trip thru the northern and; ; eastern states?' Upon their return they will be at home in St. Louis county, Mo. Mrs. Gissal was graduated from the Marshalltown high school in 1927. She attended Oberlin college, Oberlin, 0,, for one year, and was graduated in 1931 from Iowa State college. Following graduation she took six months dietetic training In the Boston Children's hospital and for more than a year lias held a position as therapeutic dietitian in the New England Deaconess hospital in Boston'. Mr. Gissal was graduated from Iowa State college in 1931 and is now employed as a landscape architect for a St. Louis firm. <f, : County Society News "Blond Tigress" Is Held as Killer Celebrate* Ninth Birthday Miss. Lynn Nichols celebrated her ninth birthday anniversary Monday by entertaining a group of nine : friends at a. theater party. They attended the Capitol theater and saw "Strangers Return," PhiJ Stong's story of Iowa. Nevada Society News and Personals Sntertains Ingleside Club Mrs. N. S. Nutty was hostess Thursday evening at her home to members of the Ingleside club. During the business meeting Mrs. Clarence Morfott was re- lected president of the club, Mrs ohn R. Borgen reelected secre- ary treasurer. The remainder of the evening was spent socially and refreshments were served by the hostess. <* * * Hostess to • ost Nuptial Party Miss Ruth Day entertained at * delightful evening party Satur- lay at her home as a post-uptia] ourtesy for her sister Mrs. Dorithy Allen who was .married in 'larshalJtown recently. Twenty-five guests wers pres- nt. David Kempkes of Chicago 1s pending a few days with his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kempkes. north of Nevada. Mrs. Ray Cagwin and son Gene eft Sunday for Chicago for a visit .•ith relatives and to attend the vorld's fair. Mrs. Allen Huddjestun and Feme illen of Monroe remained over ight Sunday in the H. L. Buddies- mi home. They came 10 attend he family reunion held at the IiKlillostun home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hougen. •ho have been in Chicago attend- ng the world's fair, returned last •e«k-end and with their little son ho has been at the homo of his Kramipiimvts Iwrp, Mr. and Mrs. Julius HoiiRwi, loft Monckiy for Stoil Family In Reunion Sunday The annual reunion of the Stoll family was held in McHose park in Boone Sunday.. The picnic dinner was served at noon and a short business meeting followed. Officers for the coming year elected at this time are: Charles Seavert, Boone, president; August Stoll, Ames, vice-president; Mrs. William Duehring, Ogden, secretary; Mrs. Charles Toepfer, Boone, treasurer. The following committees were also named: Program, Mrs. Charles Fibecker, chairman; sports, Lester Hutcamp, Boone; dining room, Mrs. Frank Wheeler, Ames, chairman, Mrs.- George Stoll, Story City, Mrs. Glenn Seavert, Boone, Mrs. A. Ahrens, Story City. The next reunion will be held in the American Legion cabin, in Boone, August 19, 1924. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. August Stoll, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoll, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs George Stoll and children, Arlene, Lester and Arenele, Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell, Kenneth, Carl, Elva, Velda and Lawrence, | lx»ie Rock, I*. Mr. and Mr*. Linn Pctee. Wilma Mae and Melton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler »nd daughters, le- ona and Doric. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Christ. Lowell, Z«1U. Bobby and Ava of Ames; Arnold Richardson of Chicago; Mrt. Victor Rogers Mrs. Eleanor Jarman, 29, above, mother of two children, but known as the "blond tigress" and identified . as leader of a gang credited with more than a score of robberies, is shown in court In Chicago as her trial for the murder of Gustave Hoeh, a merchant, was ordered. -Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Treus and Audrey, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schueter, Eleanor Mae and Norma Louise, all of -Story City; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Heitkamp, Andrew . Thomsen, Verta- bell, Genevieve and Kenneth of How you feel depends on what you eat Ah Ames is raving about "Strangers Return" at the Ends Wed. Hurry! and Deieloa, Bancroft; Carl Has* teat, Slater; Mr. and Mrs. M. Wil Ham Duehring, Ogtan. Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mackentyre; Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Meyer and Francis Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meyer, SUnhope. One visitor. Ray Lantjeu of Boone, was pre»«at FftHlf ft AND CltHUR LINCOLN, Kan., (L'Jti—Tk» fltk stories in this conmuuilty ar« getting better and better. Curing t*« recfnt dry spell anglert w«r* quoted as saying that fo«r-»«wi4 channel cats chased jackrabbiti three miles from th« river. Why Let these Valuable Dollars Slip Through Your Hands? You know that prices arc advancing: and we know that in wholesale market* they have already advanced. On everything a man wears from handkerchief to hose, he can save money by anticipating his needs and purchasing now. With these facts before you . » . don't you think it good business to spend a dollar now instead of two later? , Every piece of merchandise in our store, with the exception of 2 or 3 small articles, is selling at a lower price than they would if we had not bought before price advances. Here are some new Fall Suit Values tha,t are priced as low as last fall. SOCIETY BRAND Single or Double Breasted $30.00 and $31.50 Extra Trousers $6,00 DEL PARK SUITS $22.50 to $27.50 Extra Trousers $3.95 to $5,00 AMESOTST Downtown Store Only • Ames, Iowa MUs .laiiioc Jli'Ciiiiy of form r i- tnaclier iu the Noj'th Gram Inere are otter good cigarettes out mey are not lite v>nesteriiela . . , . and Chesterfields arg not like any other cigarette, As soon as you light up a Chesterfield, we believe you will notice that they are mild. And before very long, you will certainly notice that they taste better. These things don't just happen so. There isn't any accident about it. For we put into CHESTERFIELDS all that Science knows and money can buy to make them "satisfy," Just try them! cigarette ttoath MILDER • theciaareffe t/uit A 1- Jfc .-3 TASTES BETTER },'. Uouirr & Mm» TO»ACCO Co,

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