Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 18, 1933 · Page 6
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4 itrr umt oi AMIS DAH.Y TUHnm-TOttl. AMU, HWA. MOKIUY, MPTEM SEft 18, 1933. Miss Ethel Davidson Becomes Bride of Kenneth Eaton in Ceremony Saturday Evening O NE of the loveliest of the early fall.weddings took place Saturday evening at 8 o'clock when Miss Ethel Davidson, daughter of Prof. and Mrs. J. B. Davidson became the bride of Kenneth Eaton of Hastings, Neb., in a ceremony performed at the Davidson home. 909 Brookridge. ' -••-••- '••'• • . . • . . -., The home was beautifully decorated with baskets of fall flowers In •hades of pale yellow and gold. Preceding the service. Miss Glendora Briley sang, "My Song to Thee," by Percy Elliott and "0' Promise Me." Miss Briley was accompanied at» •• —; the piano by MJss Eleanor Dannatt, who also played the .wedding march from Lohengrin as the bridal party took its place before -the flower banked fireplace in the spacious living room. The Rev. H. K. Hawley read the ring service by the flickering light of- Ivory tapers in brass candelabra, in the presence jof 50 guests. The bride was charming in an ankle length gowu of sheer white crepe and cap of tulle. She carried an arm bouquet of Claude Pernet roses. Her sister, Miss Margaret Davidson of Cleveland. O., as maid of honor, was attired In frock of gold chiffon and carried Talisman roses. Fred Hagen of Ames served as . best man. A reception followed the ceremony. Mrs. Q. C. Ayers as living room bpstess was assisted by Mesdames E. V. Collins, Don Caswell. M, A. Sharp, Henry Giese and Miss Beatrice Brown of Sibley. The yellow, gold and white color scheme was- carried out in the dining room -where refreshments were served. The decorated bride's cake centered the table. Mrs. E. G. McKibben and Miss Annafred Stephenson as dining room hostesses were assisted by Miss Mary Brindley, Mrs. A. J. Graves and Miss Margaret Eward. Mrs. Eaton was graduated from Ames high school. She attended Grinnell college and hi 1932 was graduated from the home economics division at Iowa State college. She affiliated with the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Mr. Eaton is the son of Mrs. Max Bull of Omaha. He attended the University of Nebraska and was graduated from the general engineering department at Iowa State college in 1932. He is a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. The couple left at once for their new home in Hastings where Mr. Eaton is connected with the Gam We stores. Out of town guests,at-the wedding included: Mr. and Mrs. Max Bull, Omaha, Neb.; Mr. and irs. Andrew Willits and Children. Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. 1L M. Cannery St. Paul, Minn.'; Miss Louise Louzeaui. St. Louis, Mo.; Lee Easier, St. Louis; Beatrice Brown. Sibley. • - * AD LOKAL SOC ... .q.... eat W«5t Ames W. C. T. I'. Meeting . ----The West Ames' W. C. T. U. will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. L. M. Lanham, 103 South Franklin avenue. All interested are, invited to attend. <& <& <£ „,; Is Laetns Clob Hostess .Mrs. W. E. Johns will be host- CAL£NCAQ Saturday Monday Friendly- Class Party. Beta Tan Delta B. p. W. C. Board Meeting. Child Study. Div. A. W. C. Art Dlv. A. W. C. Legion Auxiliary. Knights of Pythias. ess to members of club Wednesday at luncheon at her Brookrldge. the a 1 home. 91? Laetus o'clock I P. L. Eand F. Society to Meet . The- P. L. E. and F. society of the Pythian Sisters will meet with Mrs. Luella Sheffield, 1229 Kellogg avenue, Wednesday evening. A good attendance is requested Tuesday Wlmodausis Club.. Judea Shrine. Carpenter's Union. Beardshear P. T. A. Willard W. C. T. U. Chapter AA P. E. O- Women's Bridge Country club. D. TJ. V. Wednesday Five Hundred Club. Tri-Delt Alliance. P. L. E. & F. Society. Laetus club. West Ames W. C. T. U. Nonpareil Club. W H. B. club. Women's Golf. As&n. W. R. C. Holds Social Meeting The regular monthly tea and social meeting of the Women's Relief corps was a delightful affair of Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dan Zumwalt. Thirty-two members and" guests were present. The home was attractively decorated with orchid asters and garden flowers and the orchid and white color scheme carried out in the tea table decorations. Mrs. Zumwalt was assisted in serving by her two daughters, Miss Grace Zumwalt and Mrs. Arthur Buck. Carpenters' Union Meeting The Ames carpenters' union No.. 1948 will meet Tuesday eve- aferthe -home of Jerfy De Vofe, 1207 Marston avenue. All members are ; urged to be present. To Entertain Tri-Delt AlHance " Mrs. C. H. Stange will be hostess Wednesday evening at 7:30 at her home, 421 Ash avenue, to the first fall meeting of the alliance of Delta Delta Delta. ® <& Stated Meeting Jndea Shrine Judea Shrine will hold a stat ed meeting Tuesday evening a 7:30 in the Masonic temple. Wimodausis Club To Meet Tuesday Mrs. J. W. Livingston will b hostess to members of the Wimo dausis club'Tuesday afternoon a FAOB tvua 2:30 at her street. home. 2811 Wes Is Five Hundred dub Hostess .Mrs! A. I. Haugen will hi hostess -to members of the Five Hundred club Wednesday at 1 o'clock at' her home, 823 Doug las avenue. ' * as there will be a special "busi- Beardshear ness meeting held ' at this time. P- T. A. Meeting •' .. ., v I The first meeting of the new Regular Meeting ! Tear of the Beardshear Parent- D. U. V. Tuesday j Teacher association will be held 'the Daughters of Union Vet- i Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the erans will meet Tuesday evening j school. An interesting program at 7:30. in the I. O. O. F. tern-; has been prepared. pie. Ever, be present. member is asked to <§> - - Willard W. C. T. U. Luncheon Meeting The Willard W. C. T. U. will hold a 1 o'clock ' covered dish luncheon and meeting in the Baptist church Tuesday. Each member is privileged to bring a guest at this time. An interesting program has been prepared for the afternoon hours. >*. .«. v». Opening Meeting Knights of Pythias The first meeting of the fall season of the Knights of Pythias will be held Monday evening at So clock in the lodge hall in the I. O. 0. F. temnlp All members are urged to make a special effort, to be present* ent. Watch the papers for BLUE BEACON Chapter AA To Hold BIL Party Chapter AA of the P. E. 0. hold a BIL party Tuesday evening at 6:15 in Mary B. Welch east hall. WATERSPAR ENAMEL —i« long wearing! H. L. Munn Lumber Company Phon* a The affair will be a box social. Is Nonpareil Club Hostess Mrs. Harry Dunlap will be hostess to members of the Nonpareil club at a 1 o'clock luncheon. Wednesday at her home. S2S Grand avenue. Mrs. A. J- Martin will review "American Civilization of South America,'' 4 <?/ & Final Women's Bridge Party The final of the summer series of afternoon bridge parties for women of the Ames Golf and Country club will be held at the clubhouse Tuesday afternoon. Play will begin promptly at 2:30. Hostesses are Mrs. Clay Stafford and Mrs. Walter Dunagan. <S> <*' *> Girls 1934 4-H Project Written The Story county 4-H girls' club project for 1934 was written at a meeting held at "Nevada last week. Club members will work on the second year cf home furnishing and the outline of activity for each girl has been set forth as follows: 1. Every girl to make at least six articles for her own or some other room In the home ?. To keep a record o? fill h?r 4-H activities. 3. To Rive B t. least one demonstration on th<» local program during the year. *. To make at least three Improvements in her room or some r>ther room. 5. To inVe part f n PV |.«|^ i>n<\ heMtl' -ontefUn; 6. To hand in record book up to dat« to the secretary Oct. 1. 7. To check *tt tlw Iowa Meas urine Stick in December, Jun* and August. 8. To aim at a higher standard of living «nd build tor character and higher •tandard of morale. The county program for the new year: November, enrollment month; December, 4-H party, election of officers, programi, farm bureau annual meeting; January thru May, subject matter, training schools, installation of officers; June, farm bureau picnic, rally day; July, demonstration help; August, achievement day: October, reports; December, .election of officers. Q> 4" 4 1 Reception U Htld for New Pastor Members of the United Brethren church and friends formally welcomed their new pastor, the Rev. J. F. Uhlenhoff and family at a reception held in the church Friday eveninie. . . , Addresses of welcome were given by the Rev. H. JK. Hawley, pastor- of the Congregational church, the Rev. Walter Barlow, pastor of the County Society N etts Huxley P. T. A. HoM« First Meeting The first meeting of the Huxley school Parent-Teacher association for the new year was held Thursday evening In the school gymnasium. • Following the short business session the association president. George Halley. introduced a group of boys from Madrid who entertained with musical selections. The new teachers were introduced at this time. Refreshments were served during the social hour. «• <* 4> Legion Holds Regular Meeting Nomination of officers was the important business transacted by Nurse Confesses Killing Capitalist Collegiate Presbyterian "church I Harland G. Pfantz post. No. 122. and the Rev. J. M. Campbell pastor of St Cecilia's church. The Rev. J. gig Stone, pastor of the Ontario Christian church offered the prayer. The program for the evening consisted or vocal selections by Paul Doggett, accompanied at the piano by his sister Margaret,Doggett, and Miss Mae Fein Uhlen- hoff who was accompanied by her mother; vocal duet, Helen Daley and Corale Pilgrim; reading, Evelyn Deal; reading "The Orthodox Team," Mrs. Uhlendoff. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Theotophieal Society Holds Annual Meet The Theosophical federation con-.' ii American Legion, at the regular monthly meeting held at the Legion club rooms at State Center Monday evening. Five candidates for commander were placed in the field for selection to succeed Henry C- Wilkening, who has held the office the past year. The election held on Oct. s. x. _^— will be sisting of lodges in Iowa and Nebraska held its annual district meeting Sunday at the home of Miss, Etta M. Budd. Thirty delegates from Kansas City, Mo., Omaha Neb., Des Moines and Ames were in attendance. ; The vegetarian dinner was ser- red- cafeteria style at noon The At the Hospitals j Mary Greeley List of patients: Mrs. Jennie Allen, Harold Nilsson, A. L. Rierson. Mrs. E. H. Reinberger, Rudolph Klingseis, Mrs. Nell Nielsen, W. J. Farwell. Frieda Wilhelmina Weltz, above, 43-year-old nurse, is accused of plotting the murder of Francis J. M. Grace, capitalist, for 18 months before she shot t him to death on the grounds , of bis home at Santa Cruz, Cal. Miss Weltz had been employed for a short time as Grace's nurse. 1 BIRTHS _J _ ° program for the afternoon consis- {L™* pOUDd ted of reports of the theosophical conference and summer school at the national headquarters in Weaton 111., given by Miss Nethercot. librarian Drake university in Des Moines, Mrs. Elrene Nise- wanger and Mis s Catherine Reed of Ames. Dr. Lindenberg of Kansas City Mo., was • the speaker of the day and idiecnssed -most interestingly "The-Relationships of the Medica'l Profession and the Theosophical Teachings." This is the ninth annual meeting that has been held at the home of Miss Budd in Ames. Golf Assn. To Meet Wed. The Women's Golf association will hold its' regular meeting, Wednesday morning a,t the Ames Golf and Country club course. Members will tee. off at 9 a. m. instead of 8 a. m. a? formerly. Individual picnic, lunch eons win be served at noon and coffee will be served at the club house. The women will arrange a mex- ed two ball foresome for next Sunday afternoon which will close the season's activities of the organization, Mrs. J. Iowa to Have Nine Winter C.C.C. Camp* WASHINGTON, (U.E.»— Iowa have seven new and two old civilian conservation camps during the •winter, it was announced by Robert Fechner, director of emergency conservation. The seven new camps will be two at Des Moines and one each at Lake Manaw?. Dolliver Memorial, Springbrook, Lake View and Okoboji Lake. The two old camps will be at Palisades-Kepler and ' Backbone parks. Says Pulpit Made NRA Plan Powible DES MOINES, (DJ?)—Acceptance of the administration's' NRA program was made posgjble "through education of the people' from the pulpit," the Rev. Walter Barlow of the Collegiate Presbyterian church at Ames declared "in one of the closing talks'at the 128th state meet FRANKLIN FWR A. Wilkinson is cBsir-1 ing of the Des Moines presbytery man of the golf committte. I here. ' Special to the Tribtim-Tljnes. FRANKLIN TWP., Sept. 14— Cam~eron school district No. 4 began Monday Sept. 4 with Miss Margaret Reilly as teacher and with 10 pupils enrolled. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Kingsbury were dinner guests Sunday at the Andrew Dickenson home at Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. William Stone and daughters were dinner guests Sunday at the parental Mrs. Cora Stone home. Mr. and Mrs. John Wakefield of Amos spent Saturday at the home of their son, Floyd and family. Mrs. J. H. Allen, Mrs. E. J. Hunter, Mrs. Will Dodds and Mrs. Harwith Mrs. Frank -Borgmeyer. ; with aMrs. Franl^ Borgmeyer. Ray Crawford vras called to Nevada on the ^jrand jury this w*k. Mr. and Mrs. Nornfan Catell and family and Clark Catell spent Sunday afternoon at the Willr Holmes home-northwest of Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Stone spent Saturday night ?.nd Sunday at the parental Sam Shanklin .home at Maxwell. . -.'" Mr. and Mrs. J., H. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. E._J. Hunter were callers Sunday afternoon at the Harve Crawford home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brockman of Ames.spent Sunday evening at the home of the latter's brother, E. J. Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Cole spent Sunday evening at the Xorman Catell home. Mas. William Stone. Marjorie and Mary .June aod Mr*. Alice Gross spent Thursday at the E. J. Hunter home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cameron of Boone. were afternoon callers. FORMER GOVERNOR DIES JEFFERSON CITY Mo., <U.P>— Sam A. Baker, former republican governor of Missouri, died »t his home here early Saturday. He had been 111 four years since a stroke "of paralysis shortly after leaving office in 1929. Farm Comment •y MRS t-O. ROBINSON Most housewives will'find themselves depending on shipped in plums for canning and jelly. For the home crop seems to be very short Last year there were quantities of the lovely, dark-red Minor plums, so delicious for every purpose, such as preserving, pickling, plain canning, marmalade, sunshine, jelly and even drying. Could I have only one plum tree, it would be a Minor. I am told the Italian prune makes lovely jelly and marmalade. One lady adds lemon or apple juice, but others seem to thin'; this fruit tart enough In itself. Grapes and elderberries and ap. ples combined, are being used, or any two together are delicious. Fruits may be cooked down and the sugar added In winter, if that suits the pocketbook better. And folks please add an extra Jar or two for someone who is sure to need it "when .the north wind blows." : ' Now is the time of year, if enough rain comes, to re-set some of the perennials. There is no use of doing so unless tre have some good soaking rains. Many perennials do just as well, and many better, if set in the spring. The only thing is that there is so much to do in the spring, that if time may be had in the fall, it v;ill tr off hand. Do you all have all the hollyhocks plants you want? I seem to have hundreds of roung plants which will bloom next year, I think. Perhaps we might exchange. But if you want the hollyhocks, come and get some anyway. Replace Your Old Battery With an EXIDE —and avoid trouble during the cold wwrther! "WHEN IT'S AN BXIDE YOU'START" Ames Storage Battery Co. "Sandy" Briatnall 5th & Burnett ph one 4^ 4/2 Quail are still running around happily, still reducing the vast army of bugs and worms; still having confidence in their kind, human neighbors, but bow long will tney have wtyen the slaughter of innocents begins? Shall it b<= permitted? Now is another lovely time of year. That is the home-going of the birds. Almost any day now one may see flocks of young grosbeaks, rose-breasted with a dawn tint, or meek sparrow-like females, singing and twittering in the trees, or looSL ing for something to eat in the way of weed seed or lettuce seed. Crowds of saucy j'oung robins have already gone south, but there are more to follow. Some of the warD- lers went south quite early, but there will be more of them, too. f/2 Interest Rate reduced to 41% on First Farm Mortgages until JULY 12, 1938 Also privileges of paying interest only until that date, if taxes, insurance, irrigation, drainage, of 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-Trcas. ^ Ames, Iowa Phone 76 4/2 Read The Tribune-Times Want Ads Daily: IT TAKES H EALTHY N m ?«:•:« "I WATCH MY NERVES as carefully as I do my plane," Colonel Turner says. "I smoke Camel* for the sake of healthy nerves, and I enjoy them more because of their mildness and better taste. To me Camels are a much finer cigarette and I never have to give a thought to jangled nerves." MATCHLESS MEND KHOW ore COLONEL ROSCOE TURNER, in discussing healthy nerves and cigarettes, says: "Breaking air records is an exciting business —and a nerve -wracking one! I know because I have gone opt after a whole flock of records—and managed to pick off quite a few. Like most pilots I smoke a lot — in fact, I enjoy smoking any time. But I watch my nerves as carefully as I do my plane. I smoke Camels for the sake of healthy nerves, and I enjoy them more because from EXPENSIVE than anY MORE tobac- of their mildness and better taste. To me Camels ar« a much finer cigarette, and being a faithful Camel smoker, I never have to give a thought to jangled nerves." tt S & Are you nervous? Irritable? Try Camels and get ft fresh slant on your smoking. Being a milder cigarette, Camels are better for steady smoking. You will find that Camels never get on your nerves...never tire your taste. cos brand. CAMEL' RTOBACCOS

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