Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 8, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames, Iowa
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Friday, September 8, 1933
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BKTTW 1H AVZ1" AMH DAILY TEIOTWl-Tntti, AMU, IOWA, TODAY, MMliOU 8, Gtiwra! Meeting Woman's Club Monday The first general meeting of the Ames Woman's club for the new year will be held Monday afternoon in the city library auditor ' lum. The business meeting will open promptly at 2:30 and mem berg are asked to be on time. The program at 3 o'clock will be la charge of the social committee of which Mrs. Charles Hamilton Is chairman. Mrs. Hamilton and her committee have arranged for an interesting program of musical numbers which will be followed by a social time to allow old members to become asquainted with the women new in the dub this year. Tea. will be served at the conclusion of the afternoon, -> * <* ® ' Dinner Bridge At Country Club Covers rere arranged for 32 for the semi-monthly dinner party at the Ame;. Golf and Country "club held at the club .Thursday. Lovely bouquets of mixed flowers decorated the tables. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Buck as dinner chairmen were assisted by Mr. and Mrs, Hugo Otopalik. Mr* and Mrs. E. 3. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Starrak. Bridge was played at nine tabks during the later evening. ' Mrs. H. O, Hickok was awarded high score prize for th*e women and H. L. Lotz high for the men. Prof, and Mrs. A. H. Kimbail were bridge chairmen. « * % Women's Activities At Country Club Twelve women participated in the weekly golf games at the Ames Golf and Country club Wednesday morning. Play Jjegan at 8 o'clock and prizes were awarded to Miss Phylis Simpson, low handicap score and Miss Margaret Sloss, low putt score. . The picnic luncheon was served out of doors at noon. Mrs. Merle Jenkins was chairman of the luncheon committee. Members of the Women's Golf association are playing a tournament this week, which will be finished Tuesday. Results will be announced at the weekly picnic _ CALENDAB Friday W. R. C. Yours and Mine Club. Art Club. Girl Reserve Party. • Singular Club. A. W. C. Board Luncheon. N, A. L, C. Joshua Chapter. Saturday Order of Rainbow. Betsy Ross Jr. Club. Sunday W. H. B. Club Picnic. Red Men's Picnic. Monday Ames Woman's Club. Music Div. A. W. C. Nevada Society NeVvs *nd Parson*/* Courtesy For Recent Bride «" Miss Mary Sorenson was hostess o members of the Shufflers' Bridge club and * few guests Wednesday evening at her home as a courtesy or Mrs. Harriett Ambrose Klnsey, a rece.i; bride. Bridge was the diversion of the evening and prizes were awarded o Miss Maddy McLaughlin and Miss Irene Williams. A shower of ovely gifts was presented to the lonoree and refreshments were served at a late hour. , _ Guests of the club were, Mrs. following golf events nesday. next Wed- Bridge wa s played at five tables Tuesday afternoon at the weekly bridge party for women of the country club. High score prize was awarded to. Mrs. Robert I. Simpson and second high to Mrs. Henry Giese. Hostesses were, Mrs. C. G. Lee and Mrs. T. L. Rice. Opening Meeting Music Division Monday The opening meeting of the new- year of the music division of the Ames Woman's club will, be held Monday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Grant Dudgeon. Mrs. George Watson Is-chairman of the division, Mrs. Harold Gie- stein, vice-chairman and Mrs. Ralph Mayo, secretary-treasurer. The program for the evening will be a study of the life and compositions of .Hanael, Mrs. S. W: N'eedham being in charge. Mrs. Grace Remington will present the biography of Handel and Mrs. H. O. Giebelstein will- Illustrate his compositions and give the history. Mrs. F. B.. Jackson will play several of Hande''s works. Mrs. Dudgeon, soprano and Mrs. Florence Young, contralto will sing, "He Shall Feed His Flock," from the oratorio "The Messiah." Mrs. Jackson will accompany on the piano. ^ To Open Community Room for Rummage Safe Due to the demand for clotning shown at the benefit rummage'sale which was sponsored by. the Ames Woman's club'and the Faculty Wo men's club last Friday and Saturday, the community work room at Fifth street and Douglas avenue will again be open to receive new clothing, shoes and bedding and to sell the material to the public. Saturday afternoon between the hours of 1 and 5 o'clock. Mrs. F. S.' Springsing and Mrs Don Atkinson will be in..charge. Persons having clothing, shoes and bedding to donate are kindly asked to- bring same to the work room as early as possible Saturday afternoon". <* <*> •$ Rainbow Girls To Elect Officers Ames Assembly Order of Raii- bow for girls will hold initiation and election of officers at a meet- lag to be held Saturday evening at ''•SO in the Masonic temple. All members are urged to be present. W. H. B. Club* ' Picnic Meeting Members of the W. H. B. club and families will hold a picnic Sunday at 1 o'clock at Brookside park. £*£/» is * s ^ to bring a ana table service for Harry G. Ambrosa, Mrs. Sivrie Xinsey, Miss Elaine Pearson and Mrs. Rasmus Sorenson. « Hostess To Thimble Club Mrs. T. P. Worsley was hostess to the regular meeting of the Thimble club Wednesday at her home. The 1 o'clock luncheon was follow, ed by bridge. Guests of the club were Mrs. Ella Soper and Mrs. W. K. Boardman. Mrs. R. W. Medkirk of Mt Vernon, 0., left Thursday for her home after a visit during the summer with her brother and his wife Mr. and. Mrs. Luther R. Hunt. June Kinser, daughter of the Rev, and Mrs. H. Leroy Kinser had her tonsils removed Thursday at the Iowa sanitarium. Mr. and.Mrs. Dudley Douglass of Maxwell .were in Nevada on business Thursday. Mrs. Delbert Martin Is reported to be recovering nicely from an operation performed at the University hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. C. E. Mark! and and grandson Mark Bivens, the Misses Irene Markland and Georginna Dalzell and Norman 'and Lawrence Dobsoa returned Tuesday from Chicago where they had spent several days at the world's fair. Eugene Cagwin and mother, Mrs. Ray Cagwin have returned from Chicago where they visited with relatives and attended the world's fair. Mrs. A. F. Richie and son JimmJe returned Wednesday from Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Richie who underwent an operation at that place is reported to be recovering satisfactorily. Miss 'Eleanor Richie has returned from Chicago where she attended the.Century of Progress exposition. WILL BE i SEPT, STORY CITY—Date* for the annual Tri-County fair h«r« wer« «t by fair officers and committeemen at a meeting held thl» week. The show is to be held September 2$. 27 and 28, two weeks earlier than in previous year*. The annual flower show and home economics exhibition will be held in conjuction with the fair and committees have been named to prepare the program for alt divisions. Committees follow: Flower show—Mrs. M. C.'Hanson, chairman. Mrs. L. 0. Jacobson, Mrs. John L. Anderson. Home economics department— Miss Mary Lyle, chairman, Mrs. A. L. Born, Mrs. Jay Born, Mrs. Charles Canady, Mrs. J. C. Jessen. Health department—Mrs. Charles Wier, chairman, Mrs. G. H. Klrby, Mrs. A. A. Rose, Mrs. E. E. Langland. Mrs. Arthur Frandson, Mrs. A. W. Gandrup. Entertainment — F. E. Green, chairman. Street entertainment, Bert Hill, Lester Henderson, Pete Peterson, Ole Mathison. Advertising—P. A. Olson, chairman. Contests—W. H. Seymour, chairman. Tickets-—William Peterson, chairman. Poultry department—M. J.JBaldus, chairman, Arnie Thompson, George Halstead, Reuben Jacobson. 'Calf department—Ed M. Erickson. chairman, Richard Anderson, Oscar Vangness. Colt department—Julius Knutson, chairman, WDbur Sowers, Ralph Hillis, Theo. Lund, Henry Skeie, Ira Doolittle. Swine -department—Dr. A, I. Born, chairman, Charles Canady, Lee Doolittle, Jesse Johnson, Sheep department—M. H. Henry- 'son. chairman. Corn show—Harry Wier. chairman, Adolph - Eggland, Orville An- SUNDAY SERVICES IN AMES CHRISTIAN 8CICNC£ . 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. • 11 *. at. Morning service. Subject. "Substance." This church holds CHURCH Of CHRIST 9:30 a. m. BiUe schooL 10:45 a. m. Morning •worship. Sermon by Dr. James A. Grain, na- •ervices in \ tional secretary of the board of the cltv library auditorium. Mid- temperance and social welfare of the Church of Christ. week service Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The free reading room In the Ames BuiMing and Loan, building Is open on week days from •' congregation at the Baptist church. 7:30 p. m. Union service Evening worship, with the Baptist 3 to 6 p. m . COLLEGIATE METHODIST Rev, J. 8. banc«y, Minister 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon, "The Fundamental »nd the Accidental." LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Lester A. Piecsori, Minister 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. Prd- motSon service. 11 a. m. Morning -worship. Sermon, "Deciding for God." V 7:30 p. m. Luther League. 7:30 p. m. Communion service. Confirmation class meets Saturday at 9:30 a. m. Willing Workers meet with Gertrude Paulson Saturday .afternoon. Business meeting of congregation Monday at 7:30 p. m. COLLEGIATE PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Walter Barlow, Minister 9:30 a. m. Bible school 10:45 a. m. Morning worship. Special choral and pipe organ music. ""'•--• Sermon, "Beauty for Ashes." 7:45 p. m. Evening worship. Sermon, "The Message of the Book of Jonah." ST. CECILIA'S CATHOLIC Rev. J. M. Campbell, Pastor Rev. Bernard White, Assistant Mass will be celebrated at 6:15, CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev, H. K. H«*1«y, Minister 10 a. m. Sunday school and jun-' ior church. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon, "The Modern Quitter." BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. R. B. Davidson, Minister 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:45 a. m. .The. Baptist congregation will join in th« service at the Church of Christ where Dr. James A. Grain will apeak. ' 6:30 p. m. B. Y> P. tl. 7:30 p. m.? Evening worship. Christian church congregation will join in the service at the Baptist church. Sermon, "Pillars or Wells —Which?" by th-j Rev. Mr. Davidson. UNITED BRETHREN Rev. J. p. Uhlenhopp, Minister 9:45 a. m. Church school. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Sermon, "The Redemptive Reason." 8 p. m. Evening worship. Sermon, "What's the Use?" ST. JOHN'S BY, THE. CAMPUS (Episcopal) Rev. LeRoy S. Burroughs, Rector 8 a. m. Holy Eucharist.- 11 a. m. Morning prayer. There will be no Church school classes, this week. ONTARIO CHURCH County Society News Red Men T 0 Hold Picnic The improved Order of Red Wabash tribe, will hold a Sunday in Brookside park dinner will be served at noon each family is asked to bring' basket lunch and table servicl •• 0 & First Meeting Betsy Ross Club Betsy Ross Junior club will fce held Saturday afternoon at 2-30 at the home of Mrs. C. W. Yeomans 211 East Lincoln way. Itomans> All members are urged to make a special effort to be present. ESTATE PAYS TAX DES MOINES <U.P>- Inheritance fax collections amounting to $180.28 were on file Friday la the office of state Treasurer Leo J, Wegman from the estate of Hattie A. Clarke, Dubuo.u''. Tnxable value of the estate was plarort «. f3.2fl5.B5. U. S. Trust Co. declares «n ftxtra dividend of $10 » nhsro. Marriage Is Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mirlan Clanton of Marathon to Ralph James of Gilbert which took place August 26 at the farm home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Clanton at Marathon... • The service wai. read by the Rev. Mr. Knotts, pastor of the Christian church of Laurens, in the presence of immediate rel?tives and friends of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. James both attended Iowa State college. Last year Mrs. James was a teacher in the Graettinger schools. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs. M. C. James of north of Gilbert. The couple will be at home on a farm near Gilbert where Mr. James is associated in farming with his father. ^ In Host At Dinner Party Father E. J. Bentlage, new pastor of S- S. Peters and Pauls church in Lafayette township, was host at a .6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening at his home. The guests were: The Rev. J. J. Leen, Marshalltown. dean of the district:; the Rev. D. A. Gorman, Nevada; the Rev. J. M. Campbell of Ames: the Rev. J. J. Ryan. Dr. Jolin.Kelley of Boone: the Rev. Mr. Serivy, chaplain of St. Thomas hospital in Marshalltown. Celebrates Twelfth Birthday Mrs. Clarence Ryg entertained a group of children Thursday afternoon at her home- in Slater in honor of the twelfth birthday of her daughter Adrianna. Games and contests were played during the party hours and a weiner roast ended the activities The honore* received mnnv Rifts 'rom her friends. Tn Entertain Missionary Society The Missionary soilrfv of "lit- ongregatlonol church of Gilbert, derson. Small grain department — Car Baldus, chairman, Lewis E. Hender son. Fruit and vegetables — Alvin J Sowers, chairman, Elmer Sahde. C E. Knoke. will meet Tuesday, Sept. 12, for an all day work meeting in the church. A box will be packed to send , to the orphans' home in Council Bluffs. All members ar^ asked to bring their donations of doming or cash or articles that can be used in the home. A covered 'dish dinner wil: be served at noon. <> * <t> To Entertain Lutheran Aid Mrs. Sam Askelson and Mrs. Ed Peterson will be hostess to members of the Gilbert Lutheran Ladies aid Thursday afternoon, Sept. 14, in the church. « « « Opening Meeting Woman's Club Th6 first meeting of the fall season of the Gilbert Woman's club will be held Wednesday afternoon. Sept 20, at the home of Mrs. Sophus Peterson. '«••'<$ ^ Dinner Courtesy For Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dickinson entertained at a dinner party Tuesday evening at their home in Gil- >ert as a courtesy for Donald Dicknson of winnebago, Minn., who las been visiting in the community for the past week. Those present were: '.. Mr. and Mrs. Oren . Dickinson and family, Poland; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nel,on and Kenneth, Miss Cheryl Van- 3 coy and Frank Dickinson, all. of Unes. Donald, who,. .makes Ms lome with- his grandparents, Mr. ind Mrs. Clint Johnson, near Win- lebago, left Thursday for his home. •<> <S> <3> 'resent* Pupils n Recital Sat. ^Vith their mothers and & few riends as guests, Floy Daniels Jagge presented 14 of her voice nd -plant) pupils, members of the keyboard Music club, in a recital t her home in State Center Satur- ay afternoon. Light refreshments fere served . at the conclusion of T P Tir*n?T 1 3 Tn f ni* QA ue pi L; 5, lain lui O'4« The presentation included- piano uet, "Jack O'Lantern Parade." erry McMah'on and Floy Riemen- chneider; "Southern Moonlight," auline Adams* "Desert • Cavern " V'ayne Riemenschneider; "Scarf 'ance" and "Fur Elsie," Eloise rown; "Crickets Band" and Bumble Bee" and "March Wind," [argaret MCMahon; vocal solos. From the Land of the Sky Blue Paters,' and "The Fairy Pipers," elen Henneman: '"Cascades," and Nanette." Jerry McMahone. "Study" and "Kewpie Dance,'' etty Meads; song. "My Dolly," ? 3,116 RIfinifinscfaiiGicicr * ~ "Dsncfr E the Sunbeams,'- and "Moon Pic- ires," Marjorie Bluiaenschein; Hawaiian Night" and "Hanging arden," Dorothy Figgins; musi- al rpar"?TtC"- ATaT-inric R1l1Tn*ir»: o.uu auu iu.uu a. m. i_*Jiuet>:siunc> will be heard Saturday from 3:30 to 6 p. m., and from 7 to 8:30 p. m. one of the greatest types of loyal friends. A friendship, of course, is mutual, and wt .cannot think of Jonathan without including David; but David had many reasons for distinction, whereas the outstanding place that Jonathan has in Scripture and history Is because of his distinctive quality of loyalty and friendship. Jonathan's case Is remarkable as Jonathan was the son of the man, King Saul, who had become David's chief enemy and his greatest source of menace. Perhaps Jonathan felt as Intensely as he did in protest against Ms father's wrong attitude. He realized how little occasion for jealousy David 'had given -Saul,, and he found in David a spirit akin to his own. It is not every man who can disassaciate himself from his environment, choosing his friends without,, prejudice and proving loyal to them" without regard vto outward Incidents. We have suggested in a former lesson that Saul's attitude toward David was possibly that o£ a man whose mind was . deranged. Allowing temptations of Jealousy to gain hold upon him may have helped to occasion that derangement, but it would seem that Saul was the victim of dark tnd terrible moods, which were' so foreign to his normal and better mature that we see :he real man -in the Intervals when ite displayed a kindlier and more jGnerous spirit. In our lesson, David is corn- jelled to hide from the menacing ealousy of Saul while Jonathan is the messenger to signal to David whether he may eypect safety or danger from Saul. He does this >y shooting arrows which he sends a young lad to gather. The incident can, b.e understood only as one reads the whole story. There was no safety for )avid at the court of Saul, and 'onathan, for the protection of. iis friend, frankly told -him so. When Jonathan dismissed the lad with the arrows the ^ay was clear for a meeting between him and David, but it was a meeting at which they were to part ' It Is instructive to note that onathan's friendship and loyalty vere proved alike in adversity and n ascendency. Jonathan, probably lid not realize at the time what was to be the future greatness of David as king of Isr'eal, but the advancement of his friend had no ef- ect upon his loyalty and devotion. One should note, also, that the rlendshlp between these men •was upon a high plane. We are old that Jonathan and David nade a covenant "because he oved him as his own soul." There H«V. j. stg stone, minister 10 a. m. Bible school. 11 a. m. Morning worship. Nationally Known Prohibition Leader Speaks Here Sunda Dr. James A. Grain of Indianap Us, Ind., will speak at the uni< services of the.Baptist and Christli churches at the Church of Chris Sunday, at 10: 45 -a. m. Dr. Cram Is the national seer tary for the board of temperan and social welfare of the Church Christ, and, natl nal secretary an interdominational committee c prohibition. His work during t) past two years has taken him to r parts of the United States and co sequently he Is well qualified talk about the present situatlc and the future of prohibition ai temperance in the United States He is to be one of the gue speakers at the World Fellowsh of Faiths held in connection wi the Century of Progress expositk at Chicago, next Monday. • ^. Barlow to Speak at State Center Sunda STATE CENTER — The Re Walter Barlow, pastor of the Co legiate Presbyterian church, Ame and the Rev. A. W. Henke, of Ceda .Rapids, district superintendent c the Methodist church, will give th principal addresses at "the a church day and home coining 1 be celebrated at the Presbyteria church here, Sunday. They will appear on the afte noon program following a baske dinner served at the church. Sp< cial music will be provided by th young .people of the congregatlor During the .regular services at 1 a, m., the pastor, the Rev. Williai Roberts, will speak on the subjec of nome and foreign missions. Mai garet Woods will sing "The Lor is My "Shepherd," by Liddle. are friendships that are upon low level of . self-interest, or con munity in debasing pursuits an pleasures. Such friendships d not stand the test either of tlm or circumstance. The only . tru friendship is a. friendship In whlc souls are joined in regard fo truth and honesty and the -thing that ennoble life's every relation ship. . ...... . : . Why does the Bible make'-- » much of friendship? It Is not bs cause friendship ultimately typ fies the highest relationship o man to God and of man to hi fellow men? It was this tha Je'sus had In raind when he said t his disciples. "I have not calle you servants, but I have callt* you friends." y> t 1 T-» ' of Storv County Churches KELLEY— Congregational church. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon, "The Lights of the Bible." Evening worship, 8 p. m. Sermon, "Prophetic Message." Choir rehearsal Tuesday evening under direction of Miss Julia Otse-. land. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening. The Ladies aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the hall with Mrs. Frank Toll as hostess. GILBERT— Congregational church. Sunday school, 10 a- in. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon, "Looking Back Over the Summer." COLO— Calvary Evangelical church. Rev. G. 0. Thompson, minister. Sunday- school, 10 a, m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. The Rev. C. L. Fuller of Story City will preach. Orchestra refeearMj Saturday; 8 9. no. READ THE WANTS At This Price You can't afford to pass tip the chance to have chicken this Sunday. Spring Fries IJc — Fat Hens IOC ROOSTERS 7c Dressed on order. All orders in before 11:30 a m. will have « chance on the FREE CHICKEN. 0. H. Von Tungeln received the free chicken last Saturday FARMERS: We pay highest prices on cream, eggs and poultry. Mac's Dairy-Poultry Mkt, 215 Fifth—Phone 142 cal schein; "Slavish Dance," Floy Riemenschneider; "Prelude in C sharp minor," Jo Cutler; "The Hills of Home," Janet Nason; piano duet, Floy and Wayne menschneider. Mrs. Margaret Pond, of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. G. Wormley of Newton, and Mrs. C. F. Hildreth of Rhodes, were out-of-town guests. Sunday School Lesson The Story of -Jonathan THE STORY OF JONATHAN Text: 1 Sam. 18: 1-4; 20: 14-17, 32-34, 41, 42; 2 Sam. 1:25-2?. The International Uniform Sunday School Les»on for Sept. 10. By WM. E. QILROY, D. D. Editor of The'Congregatlonailst The golden text of this lesson In Proverbs 17:17, "A friend loveth at Hll times," is very appropriate, ami <-xpre8Sts th* very hrart of thw lesson. Jonathan stands !n history as Were not the cause of the recent bank holiday—just poor circulation. But—a vigorous rub with these quality Turkish Bath Towels —will give your body healthful circulation. They are all double thread, soft spun and large size. a An unusually handsome quality towel, made in solid pastel colors, heavy weave WaJional* believe that wt can aid meat irt the great work of national economic recovery by continuing to ttll food products of the finest quality at the lowest prices i possible. Some stores have sought to H take advantage of the present situation by '* boosting prices to the limit The specials RITE-WAY FOOD • in our item. 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