Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 11, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Monday, September 11, 1933
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AM?? B Ait? TxtiBmrr- nmss. IOWA. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1933 PAGE nua Ar!«n* Mlllttt And Ruttell Rex Ar« w«d The formtl garden at Iowa State college .was the seen* of a very lovely wedding Sunday morning, Sept. 10. uriltint in marriage Miss Arlene Millett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Millett, 263 Campus avenue, and Russell.Rex, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rex of Boone. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Nelson P. Horn, director of religious life at th« college, assisted by the Rev. Walter Barlow, pastor of the Collegiate Presbyterian church. As the bridal party took their places before the improvised altar, Miss Victoria McKibben,, cousin of the bride, played the violin arrangement of Lohengrin's" Wedding march. Following the, ceremony she played "I Love you Truly," by Carrie Jacobs Bond. Mateal McKibben served as ring bearer and Vera Nell Horn and Doris McKibben were flower girls. The bride was charming in a gown of white satin fashioned, princess style and trimmed with pearls. She carried an arm bouquet of calla lilies. Miss Doris Rex, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. She wore a frock of powder blue crepe and carried pink roses. Carroll Rex. brother of the groom, was best man. Immediately following the cere mony a wedding breakfast -?a" served at the home of the bride's parents. A color scheme of .pink and wjilte was.used in the table appointments, the large three tier •wedding cake.forming the centerpiece. Guests at the breakfast were: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rex, Carrol! Res. Miss Doris Rex, Mrs. Russell Burton, Fort Wayne, Ind., Prof and Mrs. Kelson P. Horn and family Dr. and Mrs. Walter Barlow, Prof, and Mrs. Eugene McKibben and family, Miss Marguerite Hise, Miss Frances Harney. West Liberty, ths latter two being chums o r . the bride since girlhood. The couple left, for a week at Clear Lake and win be at home after Oct 1 in Ames where Mr. Rex will continue his work in the treasurer's office at Iowa State college. The bride is a graduate of the WfBt Liberty high school and attended Iowa State college, for one year. <*><&•«> Business Women Hold Board Meeting The fall board meeting of the Iowa Business and Professional Women's club was held in the ballroom at the Hotel. Fort Des Moines, Sunday, with Mrs. Goldie Worth,.state president, la charge. " Mrs; "WortH- In "n'«r' message 7 *to board; -members and interested club women, stressed, ^"harmony as a. watchword" and particularly urged members to apply the golden rule in th'eir contacts with other club members and in their business associations. A letter is to be sent by the Iowa federation to President Roosevelt and also to Recovery Administrator Hugh Johnson, pledging full support of .the business women of Iowa to the NRA program. The noon luncheon was served at long tables arranged in the ballroom. Garden flowers in gay autumn colors decorated the tables. Mrs. E. Pearl Warwick of Chicago, national B. P. W. C. treasurer, was present at this time. . • Attending from Ames were Miss Florence Wood, state finance chairman, who gave z.- report. at the morning session: "* Miss Frances Fish, president of the local club, and Miss Winifred Raymond. <«><?-<£> Carpenters Aux. Meet Tuesday The Ladies auxiliary to the Carpenters union will meet with Mrs. Edward Grimes, 2913 Oakland Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock CAL£NDAB Monday Ames Woman's Club. Music Div. A. W. C. B. P. W. C.- Gebal Council. Tuesday Progressive Bridge. Country Club Bridge. Clark Ave. Club. Women's Aux. Carpenters Un ion. San Souci Club., Women's Bridge Postponed. Wednesday Women's Golf Assn. Woman's Rotary Club. N'eewollah Club. V. F. W. Victory Club. Thursday M. E. Aid. Women's Bridge Is Postponed The regular weekly bridge games for women of the Ames Golf and Country .club which were scheduled for Tuesday have been postponed due to the death of E. J. Engeldinger. Mrs. Clay Stafford and Mrs. Walter Dunagan will be in charge of the games next week. Collins-Hertz Marriage Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Mary Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar V. Collins to Howard Hertz, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Hertz of Portland, Ore., which took place June 9 at Kelso. Wash. The-cou- Ple win make their home in Corvallis, Ore., where Mr. Hertz is a student in engineering. Aid Division To Meet Thurs. Division No. 2 of the Methodist church Ladies aid will meet with Mrs. Anna Ringgenberg. 716 Grand avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Group Enjoys Theater Party A group of Gamma Phi Beta sorority girls and. guests enjoyed a theater party Friday evening at the Capitol theater where thev saw the picture, "Storm at Dav- break." * The later evening was spent at the N. W. McBeath home. 503 Stanton avenue, where dancing was the main diversion. Refreshments were served at a late hour Guests were: Betty Bergman] Fern Karns, June Straight, Mary Jane Nelson. Mary Gail Forman. Agnes Harvey. Genevr.a Faber and Helen Johnson. ^ <&• & Business Mating * • 'lurk Avenue Club Members of the Clark Avenue flub will meet Tuesday afternoon At 2:30 at the iHiiiie of Mrs. F meeting. Picnic Courtesy For Visitor* Members of the Tuesday club and their /families held a picni Friday evening at Brookside par! as a courtesy for Dr. end Mrs. B M. Harrison, daughter, Louise, and son, Dwight, of Los Angeles, Cal Fifty-five were present The Harrison family are former residents. Dr. Harrison having .been a member of the staff at low; State college. He is now a mem her of the staff at the University of Lower California at Los Ange les. Guests at the picnic were Miss Ruth Confare of Ames, sister of Mrs. B. M. Harrison, and Miss Katherine Caine, of Logan Utah niece of Prof. A. B. Caine. $, & 4, Fall Meeting San Soucj Club The first meeting of the fal season of the San Souci club will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. R. E Roudebush. All members are urged to be present. <S- •& <& To Entertain Victory Club The victory club will meet with Mrs. C. J. Lynch, 1004 Kellogg avenue, Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. Large Number Attend Masonic Picnic Over .200. Masons and families were in attendance Sunday at the annual Masonic picnic held at Lake Comar. The picnic dinner .wits-' served at 1 o'clock and sports events .; were features of the afternoon hours. Foot races and ath letic. contests were in charge of Gaylord Campbell and later a kit tenball game was played/ by the men. v- * Several played golf during the morning. Women's Golf As«n. To Meet. The Women's Golf association will meet at the country club Wednesday morning for the regular weekly games. Members will tee off at 8 a. m. and individual picnic lunches will be served at noon. For further inffrrmation call Mrs. Grant Dudgeon at number 92S-W. The results of last week's tournament will be announced at the luncheon. A new golf tournament will start Wednesday and those wishing to participate should sign the bulletin board in the women's ocker room Wednesday. D. A. R. Board To Meet In Ames . The fall meeting of the board of management of the Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution will be held at the Memorial Union at the college Sept. 20. Mrs. L. B. of Ames, state chairman, will be in charge and Sundial chapter, with Mrs. E. D. Ross, as regent will serve as hosts. The executive board is composed of the following officers: Mrs. B. C- Higgins. Spencer, state re- ;ent; Mrs. Seth Thomas, Fort Dodge, vice-regent:^ Mrs. Carl Hichardson. Denison, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry E. Narey, Spirit Lake, corresponding secretary; Attny, Emmajean B. Emery, Cedar Rapids, treasurer; Mrs. W. I. Frederick-son Charles City, reg- istar; Mrs. L. B. Schmidt, Ames chaplain: Mrs. Charles A. Speer. Washington, librarian: Mrs. John S. Crooks, Boone. auditor. The one day session will open with a meeting of the executive board at 9:3J). The luncheon will be served at 12:30 and Mrs. W. M. Vernon, vice-regent of Sundial chapter will be in charge of reservations. Members of the local organization who wish to attend the luncheon are asked to phone reservations .to Airs. Vernon. • A tour of Iowa State college has been planned for the later afternoon. At 1:30 regents and vice-regents from the 105 chapters over the staK the district chairmen and officers of the state board will convene. Features of the program will also include the showing of a historical film "Yorktown." <f> * <8> Woman's Rotary Dinner Meeting The first meeting of the new year of the Woman's Rotary club will be held Wednesday evening at 6:15 in the Church of Christ. The hostesses are Miss Ida Baldus, Miss Lottie Burns and Miss Myrtle Lanning. The 6:15 dinner will be followed Flood Waters Add to Wind's Havoc in Brownsville Area This striking airplane view shows the town of Brownsville, Tex., its streets flooded, as a result "of the hurricane which ravaged the lower Rio Grande valley, killing many and causing heavy property damage. Across the river is Matamoros, Mex., where 30 were reported killed when the storm blew down a cathedral. In the central foreground is a. Brownsville school, its first flood under water. Corpus Christi's Business Section Inundated by Storm Here is one of the principal streets of Corpus Christi, Tex., flooded during theater-rifle hurricane which roared across the Gulf of Mexico to strike the lower coast, of Texas. Note the floating wreckage that was torn from buildings by the 100-mile-an-hour wind. nd Mrs. JoJin Auld and Kathryn, j ada by Justice H. W. Dana. b.v a program in committee. of the Auld Family Holds Reunion The * annual reunion of the Auld family was held Sunday at RrookMd' park Attending C. L. Auld Charks aud Ruth Auld, Ames; Mr. later; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Auld, larguerite, Donald and Dale, Dela; Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Auld and Harold, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. T. i. Auld, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. aywood. Glidden. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caywood. Redfield; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hardin. Primghar; Mr. and Mrs. Silas Orchard. Frances Primghar; Mrs. R. A. Orchard. Marshalltown: Mr. and Mrs. N- W. Beidler and Betty, Carroll; Miss Edna Wiseman, Lake City; Othal Steele, Ross la. <$ * <9 Neewollah Club With Mrs. McCurdy Members of the Neewollah Club will be entertained by Mrs. Roy McCurdy Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at her home, 620 Twelfth street. * * * Adams-Livingston Marriage is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams of near Ames announced the marriage of their daughter. Susan M. to George" C- Livingston which took place Sept. 4 in St. Cecilia's Catholic church. The ceremony was performed at 6 a. m. by the Rev. J. M. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. John .Myers were witnesses. County Society AUTOS COLLIDE Glen Smith, 825 Hodge avenue, reported to police Saturday that an automobile driven by a man named Larsrn of HuxJey, had collided with his car on Fifth street, between Douglas and Kellogg avenues, about 1. p. m. The Larsen car was pulling out from j the curb, he said. I ^ Entertains Bridge Club For the first meeting of the year after the summer vacation the members and guests of the Wednesday Afternoon bridge club 'were entertained at the home of Mrs. J. G. Gutekunst in State Center. Four tables were surrounded for bridge at which high score honors were awarded to Mrs. Leon Golden, of Nevada, and Mrs. Elmer E. Goodman. Refreshments followed the games. Guests were. Mrs. Golden, Nevada: Mrs. Perry Moore, Amp?: and Misses Lou West and Martha Dobbin. >* <».. <»; Recent Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Fricke. farm- ago in the pre-Hoover era, ice had'only a small Department of Commerce. Now tee have a $11,500,000 department, and no commerce. * "tended bv the "»*'*?*" S * te Center hive bride's sister. Miss Edith Adams and her brother Jack Adams. The sroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Livingston of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Livingston are at 815 Burnett avenue. Mr. Living-, ston is engaged in the coal busi-' ness here. ^ & ^ Notice To Arcadia Lodge Membe.s of Arcadia Lodge No, 249, A. F. and A. M. are notified of a Masonic, funeral to be held for the ...t,e E. J. Engeldiugtr at 1:30 Tuesday. <£> <$ <f> Sammons-Myers Wedding Friday Olive Saninions and Willis ,My- prr- both of Anus Friday a'lc rnnon in a vfornv d in thp offlri of thf. clerk of the district courl in the marriage of their son. Leland Fricke, to Miss Geneva Reich, of Washington. D. C.. which took place in that, city AUR. 2S. One year after his graduation from the demons school in 192fi. M Fricke enlisted in the United States marines and since his discharge from service two years ago has been employed in the capital city. Mr. and Mrs. Frickp are now in Chicago attending thp wold's fair and expect to romp here to visit his parents before returning 'f> Washington. First Meeting North Star P. T. A. Thp first meeting of flip fall nf th« North Star Parent Teacher association will hp npld Tuesday P»pt. 12 in the school, program will be furnlr.hprl by Ada Scott. Nevada Society News and Personals Luncheon Courtesy For Helen Button Mrs. Deborah Batman entertained at a delightful luncheon Friday at her home as a courtesy for Misy Helen Button, who is leaving soon for Lincoln. Neb., to resume her a teacher iu (he schools there. ' * Covers were arranged for 14 for the luncheon and the tables were lovely with bowls- of asters In the pastel shades. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon, high score honors being awarded to Mrs. Robert L. Boyce. <•- <* v*/ Dinner Shower • For Mrs. Kinsey ATHLETIC TICKET SALE OPENS HERE (Continue froiu Page One.) j 100 per cent boosters of the 1933 Cyclones. We have bought our 1933-34 athletic yearbooks." Near >the bottom of the poster is includ ed i he football schedule for this fall. "There are several reasons why 1 believe this. campaign will -be a success," said Director Veenker Monday. "The charge for the yearbook is the lowest in the history of Cyclone sports, and 1 know the merchants of Ames . realize the value to the city of large attend- ,j ance at Cyclone sports. I have had ' ' several meetings with various business men of Ames during the summer and have found everyone of them enthusiastic and loyal in his I desire to support our athletic program." he continued. "I believe the most pessimistic will be surprised at, the success of our campaign." Director Veenker has slashed the price of the 1933-34 year athletic ticket from ?9 to $7.50. Besides admitting to the Central college foot- .ball game, which will open this year's schedule, and to reserved seats at the thret- major home football games and seven basketball games already scheduled, the yearbooks will In; good for 50 cents on tickets bought in Ames to the traditional Iowa, and Drake football games, and admittance to several track meets and to be scheduled wrestling baseball gam^s soon. Since no ?«a^on football tickets will he sold this fall Director Veenker will redeem yearbooks of fans not interested in the winter and Miss Patricia Irish and Miss | s P rin K sports for $2.50 at the end Jeanette Vounker entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner and linen shower Friday evening at the Irish home as a. courtesy fnr Mrs. Kinsey, a recent, bride. An attract he "little house" scheme was earned out in the table arrangements imd the lovely Rifts of Hiifin .«PM> presented the bride in n doll li<ni<-,e. The. eve- r.p"i)( In of the football season. Under this arrangement fans may set four football Rnnifs and obtain a 50 cents reduction to the Iowa and Drake Ranics for J5. which in single admissions would cost Jfi.25. * Thp two-day campaign to enlist Amos merchants RS boosters of Cyclone a.thloticp ir.Hrks thp b?Klnning hours wn towels lor the nf Ji hiiRe effoti to sell flt least ?. tiOc yrnrhopJ.'s to ••<•>]'(•?." student?and townspeople this fi Newspaper Advertising Shows a Heavy Increase During August WASHINGTON «J.P>—A 16 per cent gain in August newspaper advertising in 25 cities as compared with August. 1932. was reported Monday by the NRA. The NRA said its officials "believe the upturn is a definite reflection of renewed confidence on the part of the nation's business resulting in larger adv«rti»iag budgets." Lineage had declined steadily this year up to Auguit. Dayton, O.. was the oaly on«. of the 25 cities to show a low and this wag less than Aug. 1932 New York City 5,527,844 St. Louis 1,429,766 Portland 934,831 Cleveland 1,262.863 Jacksonville 627,066 Pittsburgh 1,625.331 Atlanta 1,259,072 St. Paul .1,054,326 San Francisco 1,738,302 Dallas 1,441,138 Indianapolis 1.440,180 Milwaukee 972,369 Louisville 1,426,356 Boston 2.373,752 Denver 924,249 Cincinnati Baltimore 1.682,804 Chicago .. - 2,276.826 Detroit 1,648,472 Omatia 801,475 Minneapolis Philadelphia 2,619,801 Kansas City 1,369.439 Dayton 1,007,534 Seattle 1,154,932 cent. Lineage by cities by the NRA was:. Aug. 1933 5,802,002 1.729,836 1,108,211 1.655,020 677,423 1,970,807 1,455,020 1,108,592 1.345,237 1.696.098 1,807,578 1,209,258 1,668,527 2,448,213 981,053 1,982 242 2,93-5,449 1.806,014 1.038,366 3.078,798 1,550,849 1,006,561 1,218,874 one per as reported Gain 274.158 300,070 173,380 392,157 50.357 .345,476 185.948 54.266 206.935 254.360 367.398 296,S89 242.191 74,461 56,804 239,996 299,438 658,623 157,542 236,891 152,628 453,997 181,410 Loss 978 63,942 If ATTENTION OUR NEW RAPIDAIRE HAIR DRYERS ARE HERE! We are now equipped to give you the latest in hair drying service. You will find these dryers faster, practically noiseless and of a comfortable drying temperature. Phone 1069 for appointment today! Field's Beauty Shoppe Common Sense... is so intricate a part of most people, that most people still have a fair supply of good common cents. Yet-these new TRAVEL PRINTS qannot be recorded entirely oe a basis-, of cents. Very smart fall designs of checks; stripes and cleverly figured in new colorings. Travel prints are full 40 inches wide. A yard ~' ' > $1.19 Interest Rate reduced to 41% on First Farm Mortgages until JULY 12, 1938 x Also privileges of paying interest only until that date, if taxes, insurance, irrigation, drainage, or other assessments against the farm are paid promptly. Long term amortized first mortgage loans made promptly at low initial costs. Waste No Time Refinance National Farm Loan Ass'n F. H, Schleiter, Sec'y-Treas. Ames, Iowa Phona 76

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