Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 22, 1933 · Page 8
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AMES DAILY TWBUH1TIMBI. AMES. IOWA, FIIDAY, 8ZPTEMBBB 22, 1833. -: Society:- Miss* Florence Williams Is New Chief of Campus Sisters Organization at Iowa State M ISS FLORENCE WILLIAMS, senior student in the home economics department at Iowa State college, of Villisco, is head of the Campus Sister movement at Iowa State college for this year. The movement, sponsored by the Women's Self Governing association, is to aid the freshmen girl student* w well aa other students coming to the college for the first Mme, in getting settled in their new. homes and in finding their, way about the campus. The organization'will start functioning the first of next week Miss Williams has called a meeting off— ——, all Campus Key sisters and captains for Sunday at 1 o'clock in Catherine MacKay auditorium. Hiss Williams as Campus Sistei chief is assisted by 11 Campus Key sisters who work directly with her and 20 captains Who are in charge of 350 Campus Sisters who in turn each care for a Email number o: girl students. The Campus Sister party which will be held Oct. 16 in Catherine MacKay auditorium will be a com blnation, "Get Wise" meeting question box and party. The date has been set for later, due to the sorority rushing period which closes Oct 10. Misg Frances Sims Ig supervisor and Campus Keys are: Isabel March, Janet Stillians, Helen Mc- Cullougn, Evelyn Covault, Martha Dancley, Doris Dean Drape?, Lucy Freck, Jo Kennedy, Maxine Lewis Louise Mol and Polly Poor. Captains of the organization in elude: Margaret Elaine Larson, Ruth Studeman, Betty Sparling, Thera Tiede, Deliah Bartow, Marjorie Countryman, Cleo Hurley, Bernice Boardman, Mary Jane Crowley, Elizabeth Brann, Thelma Austin, Ruth Bowman, Ruth Hicks, Marvene Howes. Sally Jones, June Remington, Birdell Solbeck, Lucille Oak, Dorothy Acklin, Grace Lied, Virginia Larimer. <8> «> <g> Business Women To Meet Monday The Ames chapter, Business and Professional Women's club, will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the recreation room r.t the college Y. W. C. A. The meettag is in charge of the research committee with Lucinda Foster as chairman. The speaker of the evening will be Dr. Elizabeth Hoyt, of the economics department at Iowa State college, who will discuss some of the economic problems of the present day. CAHNDAC Friday Russell Avenue Club. W. R. C. Diadema Class. U. B. Monthly Supper. Congregational HigL School Party. Saturday Order oi Rainbow. Baptist Student Party.' Betsr Ross Club. Wonday H, Eco. Div: A. W. C. Travel Study A. W. C. B. P. W. C. Women's Extension Club. Jetty Ross Club Meeting The Betsy Ross Junior club will meet Saturay afternoon at 2:30 at he home of Betty Yeomans, 211 2ast Lincoln -way. All member are urged to be present <?> <§» <*> nitial Meeting hi Psi Upsilon The Misess Pauline Dodds, Loi LaFollett and Bernice Farni en ertained members of the Phi Ps Jpsilon sorority at a picnic a Jrookside park Thursday evening 'his was the first meeting of the all season. The picnic supper was served t 6:15 and was followed by a hort business meeting. At this ime the calendar for the coming ear was submitted. The next meeting, Oct. 5, will be t the home of Mrs. W. L. Harper 018 Ridgewood. Mrs. John Moore is president o: he sorority for the coming year. The new fall and winter softies have arrived. We are shewing a great assortment in brims and small draped beret types with trims of feathers, pins and bows. Materials are the lovely hairy surfaced -knits, novelty weaves, glove fabrics and felts. Priced from 79c to $1.95 The small French beret ''Personality Beret" is now here and you may have your own initial stamped on. The price is $1.00. TILDEN'S Millinery Dept. Second Floor Established Since 1869 Rainbow Girls To Install Officers The Ames assembly, Order ol Rainbow for girls, will hold pub lie installation Saturday jevening at 8:30 in the Masonta temple.- The regular meeting of the order .wil be held at 7:30 with the installa tion following. A social hour will be held after the installation ceremony. «• 4? <•> Entertains At " Luncheon Courtesy . Mrs. Charles M. Woods entertained at a delightful luncheon Wednesday at her home. 822 Seventh street as a courtesy for her 1 daughter, Mrs. Wendell Maro Wes- tdn, jr., of Boston. Mrs. Weston was the., former Miss Charline F. Woods. The guests, members of the Pi Beta sorority, were: Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Davenport; Mrs. Fred Olmstead, Mrs. Dana Johnson, and Mrs. H. M. West, Des Moines; Mrs. John F. Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Kenneth Moore. Mrs. J. C. Schil- letter, Mrs. Chevalier Adams, the Misses Rowent. Benjamin, Beryl Spinney and Margaret Woods, all of Ames. <§ <s 3 Ente.rt:n At Farewell Party A group of 30 friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Stokia, 51? Ninth street Thursday evening for a pot lucl supper and "party as a farewel courtesy for Mrs. M. H. Fitz an< two sons George and Edwin. Th Fitz family is leaving soon to join Mr. Fitz In Salinas, Cal. Following the covered dish sup per the evening was spent social ly, and the honorees were present ed with a gift. Mr. Fitz left two weeks ago for Salinas, Cal.. where he has secur ed employment. He was for sev- eral yt sirs "a bookkeeper In > local ouc«rn. The family will next week for California. Those present were: JJrg. Gross, Des Molnes; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. John Fields and family, Mr.;and Mrs. £. T. Oearinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Letting wrii and daughter Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stokka and sons. Dinner Bridge At Country Club The regular semi-moathly dinner and bridge party was held at the Ames Golf and Country club Thursday evening. Mr. and" Mrs. A. H. Kimball as dinner chairmen, were assisted by Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Lindstrom, Dean and Mrs. C. E. Friley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred White, Miss Margaret White, Miss Edna Brown and Percy Brown. The long tables .were exceptionally lovely with baskets of hybrid peppers in iall colors of red, yellow, green and orange. Dr. and Mrs. Lindstrom were in charge of these unusual table decorations. The-fall colors were also emphasized in the dinner menu, covers being arranged for 44. Bridge was the diversion of the later evening. 14 tables being arranged for the games. High score prize for the women was awarded to Mrs. L. L. Clement and H. R. Lotz, high for men. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Hickok were bridge chairmen. Two Ball Foresome To Clo«e Woman's, Golf Event* The Women's Golf association will close the season Sunday with a mixed two ball foresome at the Ames Golf and Country club course. Women players will tee >fi at holes one and eight prompt- y at 2:30. A pot lack supper will be served following the games at 6 o'clock. ach member is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service. The committee will furnish coffee. The club membership s invited to join in the supper. Those who wish to play golf are asked to please notify the golf chairman, Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson at number ,1438-J. , The final of the regular weekly golf games for women was held Wednesday morning. Players teed off at 9 a. m. and prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. L. Boatman, low score, and Mrs. L. L. Clement, low putt score. The results of the handicap tournament f-nished laat week was announced at this time. Margaret Sloss was the winner nd Miss Phylis Simpson, runnerup. Home Economics Division To Meet The Home Economics division of the Ames Woman's club will hold Its first fall meeting Monday afternoon at 2:30 in the city library auditorium. Hostesses will be Mesdames W. !•. Allan, Abbott, M, J. Adams, W. .Nell Adams, Howard Adams, W. B. Armstrong and Morris. This will be a guest day meeting and each member is asked to bring a guest . the guest -Speaker will be Mrs. John E. Smith who will talk on "Teas and Buffet Luncheons." There will. also be a special feature which is a surprise. the Mediterr*ne»»," Frances Middleton; "The Basque People," Mrs. Adams. Mrs. Woods will lead the round table discussion, 4> « 4> Final Women's 8rldn» Party The final of the regular weekly -series of bridge parties for women of the Ames Golf and Country club was held Tuesday afternoon *t the club house. Bridge was played at six tables. High score prize wa» awarded to Mrs. B. G. Dyer, consolation to Mrs. R. I. Simpson and second high to Mrs. R. D. Feldman. Mrs. Clay Stafford and Mrs. Walter Dunagan were the committee in charge. <S> <S> <§> To Hold Party Saturday Eve. Members pf the Hytenshun Sunday school class and the. Epworth league young people above the high school age of the First Methodist church will hold a party Saturday evening at 7:49 in the church. County Society, News Meeting of Travel Study Group Monday The travel study division of -the Ames Woman's club will meet ,at :he home of Mrs Guy Rinehart Monday afternoon at 2:30 Assist- ng hostesses are Mrs. Anthony. Wrs. Austin, Mrs. Cushing and Mrs. Everds. Program numbers will include papers on "So This Is Spain." by Jrs. Harry Dunlap; "Gateway to Are Honored At Food Shower A canned foods shower was held for the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Has- mussen, jr., of Duncombe, Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Egeland in Roland. Sev euty-four friends and relatives were present. A two course luncheon was served at the conclusion of the evening. Mrs. Rasmussen was the former Miss Pemima Osheim of Roland prior^to her recent marriage. .* €> <§> Lafayette Country Club Holds Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rein- schauer entertained members of the Lafayette Country club at their home near Story City Thursday evening. Following the regular business session a program was given. Program numbers included: Two violin selections, H. H. Hunter; cornet duet, H. H. Hunter and Hubert Egenes; stunts and jpkes, Bert Hill and Ole Mathison; whisp. erings, Ole Mathison. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hendrickson will be hosts to the next meeting, Oct 11. * « S Entertain Owl Country Club The members of the Owl Country club met Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Dickinson near Story City. A good attendance was reported. A musical program was enjoyed during the evening. Piano and vo-' cal selections were given by Mar-1 jorie and Eleanor Abrahamson who | also gave an interesting dialog. Refreshments were served during the social hour. The next meeting will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson at a date to be announced ' later. Student Mixer At Iowa State Draws Crowd The freshman mixer held Thursday evening on the college campus was easily voted one of the most successful and interesting ever held at Iowa State college. The sight was an impressive one as the 1.000 young men and women who are entering college for the first time gathered at the foot of the campanile while floodlights played over the scene, silhouetting thp figures against the evening sky. The program opened at 7:30 with Prof. Ira Schroeder of the music department playing a 15 minute program on the Stanton Memorial carillon while students enjoyed visiting with one another. A lovely costume peasant dance followed the concert with Barbara Apple, Dorothy Miller. Grace Raffety, Jeanette Miller. Gertrude Butler and Dorothy Brown, taking part. Prof. Oscar Hatch Hawley and his band of 80, composed large, ly of new students, played a group of numbers and community singing led by Prof. Tolbert MacRae followed. At 8:15 a line -was formed and the grand march began to the Memorial Union thru'the Oak room into Great Hall. The march was led by Russell Pflager, president of the senior class, and Pauline Watson, social chairman of the Town Girls club. Prof. Ben Willis preceded the group with his gaudy bag of nrizes and gayly colored balloons. Professor Willis served as master of the hour. ' Games were played and prizes awarded and signature cards were given out"! Toward thp close of the evening Professor Willis tossed nrizes from the balcony to those •having the most. signatures on their cards and the many balloons also were released.. On the committee were: Miss Eleanor Apnle, social representative of the Cardinal guild: Charles Ford, president of the fraternity social council: Lester Proctor, president of the ward social council: Miss Virginia Brayer, president of the women's social council; Pai'linp Lanz, Evelyn Covault, Grace Raffety, Pauline Watson, John MacRae. Robert Hawlev. John Hult- ouist. Jim Clift, Hubert Curtiss, Bill Stitt Mrs. Iza W. Merchant was faculty advisor. mil Nevada Society N»ws mnd and Mrs. Ed Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wheeler and daughter, Par- hine Johnson, John Oswald and John McVicker. Mother* Club Ho'dt , Flr«t Fall Meeting The first iWetin*. of the Mother's club for' : the fill season was held Wednesday at 'the home of Mrs. L. E. Davisson. The delightful 1 o'clock luncheon was followed by a most Interesting program. Mrs. W. B. Sperow was in charge of the program study, the day's theme was "Being Yourself as a Parent." Fourteen members were in attendance. Entertains A. H. Club Mrs. Charles W. Handsaker was hostess to members of the A. M. club at the home of Mrs. M. I. Lattig Tuesday afternoon. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon hours and refreshments were served at its close. Wfn One CTast Holds Meeting The Win One class of the Evangelical church held its September meeting Wednesday evening at the iome of Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Reed- holm, 23 members b-ing present. Mrs. Will Thompson, president of the class, was in charge of the meeting. The program for the evening :ons!sted of readings, papers and songs by Mrs. Thompson, Floyd Alderman, Mrs. Coughenour, Hazel McDaniel, Thelma Applegate, Mrs. Welke. Special features were a selection by the mtn's trio and a talk by Dr. M. BIddison. Refreshments were served during the social hour by Mrs. Roy Jones and Mrs. Ed. Billings. MOVIES the Ule. he ig given an opportunity to relive his life and things turn out far different than he had anticipated. Mae Clarke plays Tracy's wife, and the cast also includes Otto Kruger, George Bar- bkr, Peggy Shannon, C. Henry Gordon and Clara Blandlck under the direction of Edgar Selwyn. Stoic ttation Match** TEMPLK, Tex. U7.PJ— He wanted a match badly, police decided. The culprit Jerked a penny match bo* vending machine from the railroad depot wail, carried it out Into the yards and broke it open. He got his match, and about 175 pennies. Chicken Dinner YUM! YUM! Heavy Frys I3c—Hens Get your order in early. Highest prices paid for pro; duce. We will pay 17c for eggs. When you think of chickens,- think of— Mac's Dairy-Poultry Mkt, '' 215 Fifth—Phone 142 - Lee Tracy is starred in one of the fastest moving pictures of his career in "Turn Back the Clock," which is showing Friday and Saturday at the Capitol theater. Th>? new film drama, based on an original story by Edgar Selwyn and Ben Hecht, is an extraordinary yarn of a man who is allowed to relive his life thru stirring events of the past decade. Tracy plays the owner of a small cigar store in New York, married and barely able to make ends meet. Sometimes he wonders how different life would have been had he mar- mied a wealthy girl from his home town. By an ingenious twist in Entertain At Post Nuptial Party A basket dinner and party was held at the country home of John Wheeler near Story City Sunday as a courtesy for Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Peterson who were recently married, Mr. Peterson is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler. A shower of miscellaneous gifts was presented to the honorees. In attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Peterson and Hazel of Ames; Dennis Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wheeler and family, Boons; Mr. 2*»«x*xx3a«xxsa^^ SPECIAL! FREE RADIATOR WASH with each repair job to Nov. 1st We do radiator repairing, cleaning and recoring. All work guaranteed. Ames Auto Radiatoi Repair 109 FIFTH ST. a«*****xxx*x**^^ ANNOUNCEMENT The Ames Super Service White Rose Gas and Oil Station Is Under New Management HIGHEST QUALITY PRODUCTS. PROMPT SERVICE. Chas. B. McDonald, Prop. 5th and Burnett MARRIAQE H says one authority—"Is not just a word—L it's a whole sentence." But, married women sr will appreciate these new SMART SMOCKS for home, office or business wear. Showing sailor collar effect, clever .' shoulder and sleeve styles and wide cuffs. Fitted. Has pockets. $1.98 $2,25 JL LET THE KIDDIES ROLLER SKATE for their health's sake SATURDAY MORNING 9:30 to 12, ljc Special for Children under 11 years old WIGWAM ROLLER RINK Ames Golf & Country Club Mixed Two-Ball Foursome The Women's Golf Association of the Club will close ™ h^f nday> Se P teraber 24, with the final mixed r om N O r ns rv ofQtbe year - pia y ers wm *«* ftSiJi-Ji I J 5 tees P rom P«y at 2:30 p. m. Supper will be served at the clubhouse at 6 p. m. no luc U k Z± erS 4f 6 lrtVited t0 P^icipate in the pot luck supper. They are requested to bring their own table service, sandwiches and one covered dish The committee will serve coffee. coverea aisn - Sv e M r r h T° I i8 w'?v Play in , th6 foyrs °mes should notify Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson, telephone H38-J. *••• ALWAYS the finest tobaccos * ALWAYS the finest won ts Copyrlsht, 1933. The American Tobacco Comptw. ALWAYS LI CKIFS PLEASE Why do we say "Always Luckies Please" ? Well, one reason is that every Lucky is made of choice, ripe tobaccos—the Cream of the. Crop. Another reason—Luckies are always round, firm, fully packed— with no loose ends to sputter and spark. Careful examination and inspection by over60precision instruments and 17alert scientists guarantee unfailing uniformity. That's why Luckies draw so oasily> burn so evenly—always mild and smooth. And that's why-"Always Luckies Please!" 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