Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 21, 1933 · Page 7
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'B9Y BKTTE1 01 AM19* 4ME8 DAILY TEIBUHE TIMES. AMZS. IOWA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1933. : Society:- Rushing Activities Will Open Sept. 30 at Iowa State College A N economy move on tb« part of the 11 sororities at Iowa State college effecting a saving of a considerable amount of money spent in activities incident to the opening of their chapter houses for the fall quarter, and similar to the plan Inaugurated last year is. being put into effect again this fall. ^Entertainment of freshman girls as prospective sorority members during a 10 days period before classes, a practice of several years standing has been abandoned and all rushing activities will take place between Sept. 30 and Oct* 10. The first Women's Pan Hellenic meeting for all active sorority members will be held Wednesday evening Sept. 27 at 7:30 in Catherine MacKay auditorium. The freshman girls will meet in MacKay auditoriuin_Thursday evening Sept. 28 at 7:30. Miss Rhoda Craft, president of the Kappa Delta sorority is president of the Women's Pan Hellenic council and all rushing activities will be administered thru the council. The general rushing program an nounced by Mrs. Iza W, Merchant, director of social life on the campus includes the afternoon parties Monday, informal dinners, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, special party Friday and the preference dinner, a formal affair, Saturday evening. Bids will 'be issued the following Monday after the preference dinner which closes the rush- Ing activities. \ Decorations for the parties which In previous years have ' been extremely unique and elaborate, will be limited ,this year to garden flowers and tapers. The sorority presidents all of whom have agreed to the economy- plan are: Marian Lage, Alpha Delta Pi; Margaret Rapp, Alpha Gamma Delta; Gertrude Hippe, Chi Dmega.; Margaret Poor, Delta Delia Delta; Eila Brooks, Delta Zeta; Virginia Garberson, Gamma Phi Beta; Rhoda Craft, Kappa Delta: Ruth McElhinney. Phi Omega Pi; Rowena Benjamin, Pi Beta Phi; • Ethel Waltz, Sigma Kappa; Mar:an Grain, Zeta Tau Delia. * • ^ Surprise Courtesy For Renect Bride The Misses Kalherine and Esther Lange entertained at a delightful evening party Tuesday at their country home uear Ames as a courtesy for Mrs. Connell S. Wendell a recent bride. CALENDAR Thursday M. E- Missionary. Yours aba Mine Club. U. B. Ladies Aid. Christian Aid No..l, Country Club Dinner. Pocabontas Club. Third Ward Circle. Worth While Circle. Whittier P. T. A* Friday ^ Russell Avenue Club. W. R. C- Diadema Class. •' U. B. Monthly Supper. Congregational HigL School Party. Saturday Order of Rainbow. Baptist Student Party. Congregational Students Party The first party of the fall season for Congregational students will be held Saturday evening at 7:30 at Frisbie house. Schrader-Logsdon Marriage Is Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Pauline Schrader, daughter of Mr. U.OA Mrs. H. C- Schrader of Creston, and Clarence Logsdon, son of Mrs. H. W. Logsdon of Ames, wbjcb took place Saturday in Des Moines". The ceremony was performed at the First Methodist church by the Rev. James Brett Kenna. Attendants were Miss .Irene Schrader, the bride's sister, Miss Kae Noah, Marion Spring and Mike of the Iowa JD*tt*M«r» of the American Revolution met Wednesday at the Memorial Union to make plans {or the new season. Mesdames Anton Marston of Ames, Robert J. Johnston of Humbolt and W. H. Hamilton of Sigourney and Mi»s Ainy Gilbert of State Center, honorary state regents attended. Programs stressing Americanism, international law and patriotic education will be studied by chapters. The .teachings of patriotism to the boys in conservation camps advocated by the regent well be stressed. Upon recommendation of the officers, the board of management voted $75 for the maintenance of the D. A- R forest at Lake View where in November the statue of Blackhawk will be placed and dedicated following its release from the world's fair. Under the direction of Mrs. Eugene Schipfer of Sigourney, the state organization will make a survey of Iowa to determine whether American history and civil government are being taught in public schools. . An invitation was extended by Mrs. George L. Owing!-of Marshalltown to the' D. A. R. to"attend the north central district meeting at Eldora Saturday. Also an Invitation -was extended for the southeast meeting to be held Friday in Burlington. The social event of the meeting was the luncheon at 12:30 at the Oak room-in the Memorial Union. Mrs. L. B. Schmidt, state chaplain was general chairman for the day. The group was entertained by the local Sundial chapter, Mrs. E. D. ROSE, regent, Mrs. W. M. Vernon, vice-regent and Mesdames C. W. McDonald, Sam Thompson, L. W. Forman, H. E. Pride, S. W. Needham. R. A. Norman, E. A. Hewitt, G. J. Snyder, T. R. Agg, O. R. Sweeney, Roger Williams, and the Misses Jessie Kelley and Gwen Edwards assisting. <«•<§> Baptist Student Party Saturday On Saturday, Sept. 23, the annual reception for all new Baptist students at Iowa State college will be held at Roger Williams house, 120 Lynn avenue. All new students are cordially invited to attend. Diadema Class Meeting -riday The class Diadema Sunday school of the First Methodist The affair was a complete sur- 1 Ca * e J~ , .,, , prise to the honoree and was at-L The couple w.11 be at home in tended by 30 friends. Des Moines upon their return from 'The evening hours were spent a ^ eddic S trip to Chicago, in hemming tea towels for the | . ''•' **' '^ bride and a special feature was |?,..u u-1 the spice guessing contest. Advice also was freely given to the hon- Club Hostess Members of the Utopia club The shower of gifts was brot lo Mrs. Wendell in a wagon 4ecorat- •d in pink and white, drawn by little Rod WefedeU. brotb-r cr,Con- aeli Wendell. Mrs. Wendell will be remember?d as ths former Miss Lorraine Van Patter. She was married Sept llin Chicago. Next Week the BLUE BEACON molored to Boone Wednesday where they were entertained by Mrs. Loren ButtoljJh at her home, • 403 Benton street. Tin noon covered dish luncheon was served to 14 members and one guest. The afternoon hours were spen socially following the business meeting. Mrs. W. G. Powers was elected press correspondent to serve dur ing the remainder of the year, tak ing the place of Mrs- Elizabeth Wilson. D. A. R. Plans Year's Study In response to the call of the state regent, Mrs. B. C- Higgins of Spencer, more than 100 leaders Nevada Society News *nd th« C. P. I. Club Holds Meeting Covers were arranged for 17 at the C. P. I. club dinner Tuesday evening at the Story hotel. Following the dinner the group assembled at the Clark Brown offices for the paper and discussion on "Religion of Christian Religion," presented by Dr. M. Blddlson. Guests of the club included John Burch, Los Angeles, Cal., Marvin Burch, Ames and John Fteeland. Entertain At S. E. Y. Club Miss Frances Proctor ^ r as hostess Tuesday evening to the opening fall meeting of the S. E. Y..club. Cards -were played during the evening hours,and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Jay Banks, sister of the hdstess, was a guest Mr. and Mrs. Will Trumm of Grand River spent the week end in the home of Mrs. Trumm's sister Mrs. Henry Granher and family. Miss Dorothy Kempkes of Des Moines was a guest last week in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kempkes. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Smith and Mrs. Russell Hitchings accompan ied by Mrs. Charles Godby ol White River, S. D., returned home Monday. . Mrs. Godby has been i visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hitchings. Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Allen Mrs. j George Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Knapp \ returned early Monday from Chi j cago where they had spent a few j days at the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Armstrong were in Colo Sunday where they attended a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Armstrong's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe White. The Rev. and Mrs. George A Lawton went to Des Moines Wed- nesday to attend oine.i conference. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Dolph and family were Sunday guests at the E. A. Dolph home. Mr. and Mrs. Geue Stapleton and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lager were in Des Moines Tuesday evening. - $ -Fish Ponds Constructed HARIUSBUKG, Pa. <U.E) — j Twenty permanent retaining ponds of the first unit of 64 ponds to be constructed at the state fish hatchery near Bellefonte have been completed, according to the department of fisheries. Movie Stunter Thrills Crowd At Exposition CHICAGO <U.JR)—Bunny Dryden, who thrilled thousands at the world's fair Tuesday by walking a cable connecting the east and west towers of the skyrlde, was out of a job Wednesday because of his daring stunt. Dancing on the iacii-arid-a- £*-,. ' > <' /,' ,"?"' » T '• »V. *ir J" »'*•, tat wore/ /n fashion news '•'-'"^ /, - / says 77)e bustline is \ Ji f-^/ir:\ -"'f -. HIGH ACCENTUATED POINTED' 7 j exactly tta -ines you'I £et v/ear- ng a TILDEN'S Dependable Since 1869 half cable 600 feet above the ground, Dryden awed spectators for an hour. Some of the tirue he crawled, once he hung by his hands, and then he skipped along the high cable. Dryden, a 22-year-old movie stunter previously had been denied permission to walk the cable. Tuesday he climbed thru a trapdoor, leaped up to the cable and started his walk. When he came down fair guards escorted him to the fair PAG1 gates and told him he h*d toea dismissed from his regular stunting job. COMMUNIST* DISPERSED REYKJAVIK. Iceland, (L'JB)—• Police used their clubg Tuesday to break up a communist demonstration. The communists lowered the nazl flag on a German steamer in port here, causing a riot. The flag was i-eholsted and the loading continued, under police protection. C H A LK SIR IPES His Globe-girdling Highness, th« Prince ol Wales himself, never picked a finer example of his favorite pattern. Chalk stripes at just the right intervals to go with the popular new flannels ... in just the right harmonizing colors . . , made the careful Holeproof way, of finest quality silk mixture. Not only the Sock of the Month, but the "buy" of the month at SOc TILDEN'S Store for Men OLEPROOF • CAPE SKIM GLOVES church will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Miss Marie Bauge, 824 Clark avenue. Aid To Sponsor Monthly ;Dinner The Ladies aid of the United Brethren church will sponsor the regular monthly covered dish dinner at the church Friday evening at C:30. Each one is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service. Immediately following the supper an interesting program will be given. Is Hostess To W. H. B. Club Mrs. Ben Keltner -was hostess Wednesday afternoon at her country home near Ames to members of the W- H. B. club and guests. Twenty members were present and guests were Mrs. Thomas Johnson, Mrs. Jay Allen, Edna Kingsbury, Frances Kingsbury. Frances Keltner and Walter Kingsbury. Mrs. Richard Lawson served as president pro tern. Mrs. John Taylor was in charge of the interesting program on planting of annual and perennial seeds and bulbs and an exchange of bulbs between members was a feature of the meeting. Several readings were also given. It was decided to hold an all day meeting next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Arthur Stewart north of Ames. The affair is in honor oi Mr. Stewart's mother, Mrs. Joe Stewart, a charter member of the club, -ho has been in poor health for some time. The next regular meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Richard Kirby and Mrs. Amanda Banks will be the program leader. Refreshments were served by .he hostess assisted by her daughter. Frances and the Misses Edna and Frances Kingsbury. Congregational High School Group Party The Congregational high school group will hold a party and fall style show Friday evening at n the church parlors. All members and friends are invited. The style show is a special iea- ure of the evening. Coats by County Society Ne ws S MOOTH . . . slim ... perfect String gloves (the product of a world-famous glove centre) that complete your autumn outfit handsomely, and give you style satisfaction at a very popular Price. Smartly finished with novelty cuffs and chic, new points. r « black, brown, beige, blue and TILDEN'S Dependable Since 1369 Entertains At Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. William Stone entertained a group of relatives and friends at a delightful dinner party Sunday at their home in Franklin township. The guest list included: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cameron and son Leon, ard. Mrs. Sadie Zenor. Boone: Mr. and Mrs. William Manges, Gilbert: Mr. and Mrs. Oley Wold. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Woid. Mis? Pauline Christenson. Mrs. Allie Gross. C. M. Manges, Frank Miller. Afternoon caliers were: Mr. and Mrs. George Baldus. south of Story City: Mrs. Emma Christenson, Story City; Dan Conklin and Jack Brady of Ankeny. Roland Auxiliary Elects New Officers The Roland unit of ih? American Legion auxiliary held its annual election of officers Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Fagerland. The new officers, who will he In stalled in the October meeting. are- Mrs. 0. A. Fagprland. president: Mrs. C. C. H»Ivte. vice-president: j Mrs C. 0. Highland, secretary: | Mrs. Sfvorift Parker, treasurer: I Mrs. Jacob Srirkson. historian: I Mrs Tver L. Holland, ohaj-lain. 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