Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 28, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1933
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"tor BOTH or AJHJ- AXES DAILY TRIBUTE TIMES. AMEJS IOWA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1939. : Society:- Pres. Hughes Annual Reception For New Faculty Members to Be • Held at Memorial Union Sat. Invitations h»ve been issued for the annual reception given by Raymond M. Hughes, president of Iowa State college honoring new members of the college faculty and one of the most brilliant of the formal functions of the college year. The reception is being held in Great Hall. Memorial Union, Saturday evening between the hours of 8, and 10 o'clock.' Included in the guest list is a large number of townspeople and all faculty members and their wives. Prof. W. F. Coover % will Intro-* '• duce the guests to President Hughes and assisting in the receiving line will be Dean and Mrs. R. E. Buchanan, Dean and Mrs. H. H. Kilde«. Dean and Mrs. M. D. Helser, Mr. and Mrs. George Godfrey and Mr. and Mrs. H. C| Gregg. ProL E. C. Volz of the horticulture department is In charge of the decorations for Great Hall. Mrs. Walter Barlow, representing the Faculty Women's club, is general chairman and is assisting " President Hughes in the arrangements. Reception Is Held For/Foreign Students Thirty-six foreign Iowa State students, representing 11 countries, and their friends attended the reception for foreign students at the International house Monday evening. Countries represented included India, Armenia, Bulgaria, Denmark, Korea, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey, Peru, and Canada. This reception was the opening event of the Cosmopolitan club for the year. The new president of the club, Mogenus Plum, a graduate student in animal husbandry from Denmark .expressed the hope that all foreign students would cc -e to International bouse for the regular club meetings. Prof. W. I.. Harter of the sociology department and his wife, the resident adviser and hostess of the house for the year, invite all foreign students to come to th. t meeting place any Sunday afternoon in addition to the regular club meetings. «• i <$ All College Mixer Scheduled for Friday The first all college Y. W. and Ofn^odab CALENDAR Thursday Woman's Club Chorus. Rebekah Lodge. Congregational Auxiliary. Methodist Aid. Thursday Luncheon Club. Philathea Club. Lutheran Aid. ... Circle 3, Coll. M. E. Aid. Pocahontas Club. Kappa Delta Alumnae Assn. Friday Art Club. «North*3raat Community Club. Needlecraft Club. Fortnightly Club. Harmony Dinner Club. Twentieth Century Club. The Eagle Aeroplane FREE! For a few days we are giving an ^all-metal Flying Aeroplane with each pair Boy's Boots, Shoes or Oxfords. The new Fall and Winter styles are here and they were all ordered before the big price advance, which means a big saving to you. Shoe your boys this week at BRANNBERG &ALM Famous Footwear 315-317 Mam—Ames M. mixer will be held Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the gymnasium. John MacRae is in charge of the program which will include music by the college band and pep meeting fa addition to the signing of the traditional "name and phone number" cards. •*> t> «• Kappa Delta Alumnae Meeting The Kappa Delta Alumnae as- soriation will meet at the home of Mrs. C. D. Rice, Oakland avenue Thursday evening at 7:30 for its first meeting of th-e fall season. •y $ <8> . Attend Dinner Bridge Party The Misses Frances Fish, Mary Petty, Florence Woods, Ruth Confare, Mary Allan and Elsie Elliott were guests Tuesday evening at a dinner and bridge party given by the Webster City Business and Professional Women's club at the Willson hotel. Guests also were present from the Fort Dodge B.- P. W. club. The long dinner tables were decorated in pirate style using colors of red, black and gold. Treasure chest nut cups' were used and decorated bottles with candles were used for lights. Two lovel> model Save Fuel with Johns-Manville Rock Wool Insulation H. L, Munn Lumber Company Phone Z WHEN YOUR DAUGHitK COMES TO WOMANHOOD Most gills in their teens need a tonic and regulator. Give your daughter Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for the next few months. Teach her how to guard aer health at this critical time. When she is a happy r healthy wife and mother she will thank you. Sold at all good drug stores. LtjdiaE.PtnldiairVS Vegetable Compound. ships. were centerpieces. Mrs. R. w. Brady welcomed toe guests with * short talk and Dr. Effie McCollum Jones read the club collect. Miss June BelkMP led the group singing between courses a»d Miss Inez Prlngle accompanied* at the piano. A short after dinner program was featured and bridge and Jig saw puzzles were the diversions/of the later evening. Pan-Hellenic Wom«n ( Hold Meeting Wednesday All active sorority women on the campus met Wednesday eveting in MacKay auditoruim to hear a review of this year's rushing schedule by Mrs. Iza W. Merchant, director of social life. Following a musical foil call by houses, Gertrude Hlppe, Chi Omega representative on Pan-Hellenic council explained the map of sorority house locations to be presented to the rushees. A short talk on the proper Pan-Hellenic spirit during and after the rush period was given by EHa Brooks, Delta leta president.. The business of the annual Y. W. C. A. drive for membership occupied the latter part of the meeting. The alumnae point 'of view of "Y" membership was presented by Miss M^ria Roberts, director of the Student Loan fund and the undergraduates' view by Miss Evelyn Covault. On Thursday evening the non- sorority women will hold a similar meeting, sponsored by the Women's Pan-Hellenic, in MacKay auditorium. Rushing rules and plans will be explained to the new students by Mrs. Merchant and the map of house locations presented by Gertrude Hippe. An addition to the meeting Thursday will be a description of proper dress for rushing parties will be given by Marion Lage, Alpha Delta Pi. Dates for College Dances Are Announced The dates for the important dances of the college year have been announced. The first of these is the Ag carnival slated for Oct. 14. Next the sophomores will entertain the freshmen at the annual Soph-Prep ball Nov. 4- The Engineer's carnival always an interesting affair, will be held Nov. 18. The winter quarter will begin informally with the Vet dance, Jan. 6 and the hilarious annual Ax Grinders' ball is to be held Jan. 20. The Engineers' formal dance will be held Jan. 27 and the Prep- Soph ball comes Feb. 17. Other formal dances will be held as followed, Ag ball, April 21, Military ball, April 28 and Senior prom, June 8. Theta Chi Sorority Holds Business Meet The members of the Theta Chi sorority met Wednesday "evening the home of Mrs. W. B. Webb, 119 East Twelfth street for a business meeting. Refreshments were served during the social hour which followed the business session. Berry-Christensen Marriage Is Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of "Violet Berry and Nels Frank Christensen, Iowa State students, which took place Aug. 16 in Galesburg, 111., the home of the bride.. Mrs. Christensen was a member, of the Pi Beta Phi sorority; The couple are residing in Dayton, la., where Dr. Christensen is practicing veterinary medicine. To Entertain Twentieth Century Club Miss Mary Searle will be hostess to members of the Twentieth Century club Friday afternoon at 2:30 at her home, 2613 Hunt street. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ai SwiUer, syu Bobby and daughter Lois of Nasu- ville, Tenn., who are visiting in the city. Mrs. Howard Mills and son Gerald spent the week end with relatives in Des Moinea. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Livingstone quietly observed their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. In/ honor of the event the couple and their daughter Miss Adah Livingstone were guetss at the home of Mrs. Livingstone's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs/ E. E. Sheldahl in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller and children of Grundy Center were in Nevada Tuesday. Mr. and.Mrs. O. R. Solem returned Tuesday evening from a week enU visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rugg and son Bobby in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Knfpfer spent the week end in Des Moines. Mrs. Laura Knipfer returned home with them for a visit. OF- DRESSES There is a new note in dress styling—these new arrivals showing a distinct tendency towards higher lines. Dark .shades prevail in these travel prints, silk crepes and triple sheers. Some half sizes among this selection. $4.98 $5.98 $b.9S $7.95 $8.95 to $14.95 Broad shoulder effects prevail, and high neck lines. Nevada Society News Person*!* Final Party Indian Creek Country Club The final funqtion of the year at the Indian Creek Golf and Country club will be held Monday evening at the club house. The party will be a "Barn dance" and while it has net been scheduled as a costume affair members are asked to wear old- clothes. The club house will he decorated in an appropriate manner. Members are also privileged to bring guests. The committee in charge is Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Mathison. chairman Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Steel and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Davis. This party is taking the place of the regular Hallowe'en party of the club. <£<&<$ FiVst Meeting NBBBOO Club The first fall meeting of the NBBBOO Bridge club was held at the home of Miss Mayna Wilcox recently. Eighteen members were in attendance. Light refreshments were served at the conclusion of the bridge games. «> .<8> <?• Entertain At Dinner Party Mrs. Anna Dawkins and daughter. Miss Esther Dawkins were hostesses at a dinner party Tuesday evening at their home. The guests were: Elder and Mrs. T. H. Jeys, their son-in-law and daughter County Society News Rummage Sale SATURDAY, SEPT. 30 At room next to Tilden Grocery Sponsored by Rainbow Girls POTATOES Car of Early Ohios and Cobblers on track all of this week. Per bag— $1.15 ED COE SEED STORE Plionr 1053 Brltson-Kirkenall Nuptials Friday Miss Leeffia Marie Britson ol Rolanc and Wayne Kirkendall of Nevada were united in marriage Friday evening at 7:30 in .a quiet ceremony performed at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Britson in Roland. The Rev Olaf Holen officiated. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kirkendall of Nevada. The couple are residing in Roland temporarily and plan to move to a farm southeast of Nevada in the spring. •£ <* <^ Entertain At Pott-Nuptial Courtesy Mr. and Mrs. Tygo Caltvedt entertained 65 guests Saturday evening at their home in Roland at a miscellaneious showe in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Caltvedt who were married recently. A mock wedding, games and contests w»ere the diversions of the. evening' hours and refreshments were served at a late hour. The couple received man.v lovely gifts. ' Attending from out of town were; Miss Lulj Caltvedt and Albet Ausdale of Marshalltown; Mr. and Mrs. John Gunderson and daughter Joyce of Slater; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Caltvedt and family, Alden; Mr. and Mrs. Knut Mehus and family. Mr. and Mrs.Allison Twedt of Zearing. Entertains F. W. G. Club Mrs. Infcval Estrem was hostess to. members of the F. W. G. club at her horn., in Slater Thursday arternoon. The lesson topic. was on "Fall Planting of Perennials." Refreshments were served during the social hour. Clubs Elect New Officers New officers were elected recently at business meetings held by two Roland clubs. The lota Phi Phi club met at the home of Mrs. C. A. Fogerland and selected as its officers, Mrs. j Barney Duroy as president and Mrs. J. E. Quaiu secretary and treasurer. Mrs. C. C. Helvig is the new president of the L. W. C. club and was elected at the meeting held at the 0 L. Turmo home. Other o'ficers are, Mrs. I. J. Grindem, vice-presideut and Mrs. Mln- nard C- Rlsdal secretary and treasurer. *•.« -i> Are Hosts At Dinner Party Mr. an<J Mrs. Lester Nelson were hosts at a chlpken dinner Sunday evening at their home in Slater. The guests list included, Mrs. L«ona Moore and children, P. L. Nelson. Mrs. Emma Elliott, Peor- 1 ia 111.. Mrs. H. H. Tesdahl, and A Moland. • Ladies aid of the Slater Mtthodidt church was held Thursday afternoon in the church. Hostesses were, Mrs. Ralph Clark and Mrs. John Gunderson. Young Indians Want V«ic« YAKIMA, Wash. <UJ>) — The youthful members of the Indian tribes want some voice in the government. Young members of the tribes were resentful when they noi ram were It ft to til. the f»rm toil. while the older members selected 14 members to represent their tribes in councils. The young men plan to carry their fight to the Senate Indian committee. Methodist Aid, Holds Meeting The regulat ' meeting of the The New Waterspar Wai Polisher is here for rent! Munn Lumber Company Phone 2 DON'T LET COMMOh CONSTIPATION DULL THE IOY OF LIVING Kellogg's ALL-BBAN Brings Relief Constipation takes the sunshine out of your days. It may bring headaches, loss of appetite »nd energy sleeplessness, sallow skins, pimples. If neglected, it can seriously impair health. Fortunately, you cmn avoid this condition by eating a delicious cereal. Laboratory tests show that Kellogg's ALL-BRAN provides twc things needed to overcomeTcommon constipation: "bulk" and vitamin B. ALL-BRAN is also a 'rich source of blood-building iron. Tht> "bulk" in ALL-BRAN is much' ike that of leafy vegetables. Within the body, it forms a soft mass. Sently, it clears out the intestinal wastes. How much better than dosing rourself with patent medicines. Two iablespoonfuls of ALL-BRAN daily ire usually sufficient With each !neal in chronic cases. If not re- ieved this way, see your doctor. Get the red-and-green package at TOUT grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. We're going around in circles with these New FALL HATS 95 Wool crepes that go with everything. Tailored clothes need this brimmed hat. Give your spirits a boost • with this gay feathered hat. We're all'up m tue air! Which type of fall" hat is the smartest —beret, brim or turban. You'll love them all . , , aa we do. 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