Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 29, 1933 · Page 7
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"itnr irrrut i* AMEB DAILY TEIBUNE TOOBi. AXES. IOWA, FMDAY, IEFTKKBK1 », 1933. PA01 TBB1* _ CALENDS Evening Division Mtttlng Monday The evening division of the Ames Woman's club will noJd Its flntt meeting W tie current year Monday evening at the home of Mrs. 0- L. Yeomans, 805 Grand avenue. The covered dish dinner" will be served at 6:30. A musica' will be presented following the dinner. Assisting hostesses are. Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Bickelhaupt. Meeting of History , and Literature Dlv. The hiatory. literature and drama division of the Ames Woman's club will meet in.the city library auditorium Monday afternoon at 2:30. The meeting will open with community singing led by Mrs. A. B. Maxwell, with Mrs. George Hultz at the piano. Program numbers will include: Solo. "My Own United States,") Maxwell F. Smith; "Puritans," Mrs. i Keasey; "Colonial Foundations," | Part For Mrs. Conrad; ''Colonial Tea," Mrs. j Ro| , c ' hildren and Motherf Lee and Mrs. L. C- Jilden. _ A party {or a ,, Crad , e Roll cW1 . Hostesses are, Mrs. Roz&boom, dren and ^ , motners wjn be held Mrs. Adams, Mrs. W. L. *"— Mrs. Donald Beam. Friday Art Club. North Grant Community Club. Needlecraft Club. r . Fortnightly Club. Harmony Dinner Club. Twentieth Century Club. Saturday M. E. Cradle Roll Party. Mother's Jewels Party. M. E. Student Party. Monday Evening Dlv. A. W. C. Legion Auxiliary. History Literature Div. A.W.C. Tuesday District Lecturers' Assn. Annual Party Of Mothers Jewels The Mothers Jewels children -jf the First Methodist church will hold their annual fall party in the church basement Saturday afternoon at 3:30. Mrs. Walter Duna gan as chairman will be assisted by Mrs. Sam Thompson, Miss Alice Cupjks *nd Mrs. Neibuhr. Children are reminded to "bring their ten cents dues for the mite box at this time. All children 10 years of age and under are invit ed to the party. District Lecturers' 9 Assn. To Meet Tues. The District Lecturers' association of Story county will-hold its sixty-sixth meeting at Nevada, Tuesday, Oct 3. - All Master Masons desirous of improving the efficiency of their work are cordially invited to attend. Notics To Masons, Stars and Rainbow G\c Is Masons, Stars and Rainbow girls having contribution., for the Rain- how Girl rummage sale are asked to get in touch with Virginia Akin at phone number 2074 or bring articles direct to place of sale. RummageSale and Home Canned Food Sale SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 8 a, m. to 6 p. m.—Ill 5th St Sponsored by the Art department, Ames Women's Club, Aren^t Munsingwear Pajamas for as carefully TILDEN in the basrment of the First Methodist church Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. < <t> <$> Inflation Party For students Sat. An interesting Inflation party is being given in Wesley hall of the Collegiate Methodist church Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. A special guessing feature has been planned which- will be of particular interest Pocahontat Club Nominates Officers Officers of the Pocahontas club were nominated at the regular covered dish supper meeting held Thursday evening at the home of Mabel Hayworth. Officers nominated were Mae Broadwell, president; "Myra Queal, vice-president; Mabel Hayworth. secretary and treasurer; Amand^ Foran, chairman program committee. The covered dish supper at 6:30 was served to 24 members. After the business session the evening was spnt socially. <•/<*><•Odd Fellowc and Rebekaht Hold Meeting in Nevada The members of the I. 0. O. F. and Reb kah lodges of Story county nd their families were in attendance Wednesday evening at the regular monthly meeting of the Story County I. O. 0. F. Council. Approximately 225 were in attendance, from Ames, Story City, Colo, Collins, Maxwell, Kelley and Slater. Speoal officers of the .1. O. O. F. lodge in attendance were: Grand Master Norman D. Smith, C<!dar Rapids; Past Grand Matter and Grand Representative Lynn J. Irwin; Grand Secretary W. A. Morrison of Oee Motaes; -C. E. Benke of Ames. Iver Johnson, pioneer Roland merchant Tho has been a member of the Nevada lodge for 62 years was also in attendance. The Nevada order presei ted Mr. Johnson with a veterans jewel with the man her 60 on it, indicating 60 years o more of continuous service. This is an unusual record. The presen tation was made by Past Grand Master Irwin. The Nevada high school bane under the direction of Mr. Stevens played a group of selections. Other musical numbers included voca selections by Miss Muriel Hougen ana Neva Patterson, accompanied by Miss Cleminer, baritone horn and Miss Handsaker at the piano The speakers of the evening were Norman Sm th, Lynn J. Irwin, W A. Meiiniai, grand secretary o Des MjOines, George Stayner, vice- president of the county council, C E. Benke and Charles Lyman ot Amas. Refreshments were served during the social hour. The October meeting will be held in Cambridge. Ames was well represented at the meeting, 53 bi.ing present. Nevada mnd were tpent IB te*ita( cwp*t rtft for (he hogtess. The guests werer Mr». Suiie Kingsbury, Mrs. Lillian Cole. Mrs. Trees* Brlley, Mrs. Gr*e» Briley, Mrs. Cora Stone, Mr*. Alllc Grow, Mrs. Ida Stone and daughters, Mrs. Mattie Reilly and Ml» Hate) Stone. I* Honor«<* At j Pr«-Nupti«l Party : Miss Georgianna Robison, whose ; approaching marriage to Thomas J. Hemstoch was recently announced as an event of early fall was honored at a delightful party given Wednesday evening by members of then Jo-Ely Bridge club. The party was a complete surprise to the honoree. Bridge was played during th« early'evening hours at the home of Mrs. B. G. Lager and then the group departed for the Agnes McNichols aome where they were met by costumed ushers, Mary Florence Banks and Sidney McKim who seated them as for a theater party, and a mock wedding was staged. Taking part were: Mildred Knudson in a frock of pink wag the flower girl, Lorraine Berka, the minister, Florence Martin, the blushing bride and Nettie Dunkelbarger, the bridegroom. The bridal party took their places before the improvised altar as the strains of "We're Coming Round the Mountain," and "Stormy Weather," were played by Sidney McKim. A shower of gifts wrapped as groceries were presented to Miss Robison. The closing feature of the party was held at the home of Mrs. W. W. Horras where the color scheme of yellow and green were carried out in the decorations and appointments for the refreshments served at this time. Mrs.. George G. Robison, mother of the bride to be, was prevented from attending due to illness. Farm Bureau And4'H Clubs GARDEN, FLOWER SHOW FEATURED WATERLOO, (U.E) — A garden club and flower show will feature I the twenty-fourth annual Dairy I Cattle Congress opening here Mon- j day, Oct. 2- j The new exhibition, under the i direction of R. S. Merrick, secretary of the Iowa State Hortlcul: tural society and backed by the ' Iowa Federation of Garden clubs, is expected to provide another group of rooters for Waterloo's nationally known show. Starting off the proverbial shoestring 23 years ago, the cattle show officials now find 11 large barns inadequate for housing the cattle and horseg brought here for competition. • : Allied with Che congress are: The National Belgian Hon>e show, American Poultry congress. International Waterfowl show. National Corn, Soybean and Alfalfa shows, Home Equipment and Food show. Women and Girls department and demonstrations show', Garden Club and Flower show, Dairy .Products department, 4-H club exhibits, school exhibits, the industrial exhibit, midwest rabbit show, and an amusement program. Eighteen collegiate judging teams—one from Canada—and 14 4-H judging teams from eight, states, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas Fred Kent and "brother Clarence Kent of Winnebago are visiting in the home of Fred Kent's son, I. L. Kent and family and also at the home of his wife's father, R. J. Fitch and family. Mrs. Charles Gamble who has been in the University hospital at Iowa City for the past eight weeks has been hrot to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kruwell motored to Jewell Thursday evening where they attended a surprise birthday dinner party given for Mrs. Kruwell's brother, Attorney 0. R. Larson. M. E. Boynton of Chicago was in Nevada Thursday on a brief business trip. Bill Haugsted and, Joe Evans will leave Friday night for Chicago where they will attend the world's fair. They also will make a side trip t6 Milwaukee" 'and Green Bay, Wisco~3iu. Miss Clara Wallace, state normal training inspector and Miss Pearl Ritter, reading specialist, are in Nevada Friday in charge of conferences with the county grade school teachers. Dr. Kirby of the University of Iowa will preside over the high school conferences. Lively Lincoln Links Reorganize Club The Lively Lincoln Links met Saturday, September 23, at Mrs. William Schrenk's to reorganize. Mrs. Henry Cerka and 13, girls were present The meeting was presided over by the vice-president, Doris Perry. During the business meeting it was voted to hold over all old officers from last year. Two new officers were elected: Historian, Mildred Campbell and club photographer, Inez Adams. Two committees were appointed by the vice-president: Social committee consisting of Goldie Cerka, Katherine Comfort and Eileen Womeldorff; program committee, Bernice Steelman, Hazel Couser and Inez Adams. It was moved .and carried that all girls who wish to join the 4-H club Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Missouri, are scheduled to compete in contests. More than $3,000 in cast prizes see the leader or president within three 'weeks. After this no one will be admitted to the club. It is urged that all girls wishing to join, please join with the idea of helping the club maintain its standards by attending regularly and cooperating in every ^ay with the leader and club. Inabell Claypool gave a very interesting talk on the picture, "The Last Supper," in connection with the picture study, Lucille Lutz told the story of picture and art appreciation. A number of group songs were sung. Several members read from the primer on "Home Furnishing." Studies were made of vases and flower arrangements and Mrs. Schrenk gave a talk on "Purposes and Aims of fce Club." Mrs. Schrenk, assisted by Mrs. Cerka, served a very delicious lunch at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be held with Katherine and Bessie Comforts. October 7. A study of color will be taken up at thir time and each is asked to bring a floor plan of her bedroom for the .club to study. will be awarded Saturday to winners in the Dairy Calf (boys) club contest. The traditional complimentary dinn.T to exhibitors will be given by the Waterloo business men and the show management Tuesday night and there will be 10 other banquets of breed associations and like groups during the week. The Helstein national ' 1933 futurity awards will be made some time during the week. MARRIAGE LICENSES -«;— County Society News BIRTHS j To Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dodds, a daughter Sept. 2S, at the Mary Greeley hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen, a daughter, Sept. 22 at their home east of Cambridge. To Mr. and Mrs. Russell McBride, a son, Sept. 27, at their country home near Nevada. To Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thorn- vail, of- Maxwell, a son, Carlton Dean, Sept; 14 at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines. At the Hospitals J Mary Greeley Admitted— Mrs. Ear] Dodds. W MOTHERS e invite you to the opening of the Children's Book & Toy Shop SATURDAY September 30th Florence Langford Entertains At Bridge Party Mrs. "2. L. Shonk entertained seven .ables at auction bridge on Wednesday afternoon at her home in Collins; High scores for. the afternoon's bridge games were held by Mrs. Cecil Poorbaugh and Mrs. Earl Stratton, low score by Mrs. Joe Stratton. Guests sharing the courtesy were: Mrs. J. W. Tummel of Colo, Mrs. Jack Vallindingham of Maxwell, Mrs. George Stiegler, Mis. Bert Sutler, Mrs. D. H. Schrader and Mrs. John Gunderson of Stater, Mrs. J. R. Armstrong, Mrs. H. E. Weld, Mrs. H. R. Sokol, Mrs. William Carver, Mrs. L. M. Hall, Mrs. G. C. Fish, Mrs. M. E. Stratton, Mrs. William Sinnott, Mrs. Floyd Atwood, Mrs. Stark Atwood, Mrs. E. E. Jones, Mrs. Jordon, Mrs. Earl Stratton, Mrs. C. P. Mead, Mrs. Walter Harper, Mrs. Joe Stratton, Mrs. Cecil Poorbaugh, Mrs. Oliver Shearer, Mrs. David Ozmun, Mrs. J. M. Smith and Mrs. C. E. Pish. Are Guests Of Marshalltown Club President F. B. Gilbert, with a number of members of the State Center Lions International and their ladies, together with similar delegations from clubs at Cedar Falls, Traer and Toledo, were guests of the Marshalltown Lions at a dinner at Elmwood Country club Monday night. The feature O f the evening was an illustrated travelogue by Dr. R. F. French on "India." Dr. French re- cnetly made a world tour in which much time was devoted to the hospitals in India, where he found de- )lorable conditions, many of his slides showing the conditions of ilth under which many of the people live. The slides were made Tom photos taken by the traveller. During the dinner hour and aft- ?rwards Dan Woods, violin, and iVayne Richards, cello, both f State Center, entertained with a group of numbers, being accompa- I nied at the piano by Miss Dorothy Bressen, music director in the consolidated schools here. *$> ^ <?> I Party Is Given For Clark Catell* A group of friends gathered at the home of Clark Catell in Franklin township Thursday afternoon fr a party in honor of his birthday. Cards and music were the diversions of the evening hours and r&- freshments were served. Mr. Catell received sevral lovly gifts. The guests were Boyd Young, Dale Sfiadel, the Misses Ruth Catell and Helen Wakcfield, all *of Ames, the Misses Hazel Stone and Marjorie Ripkey. Birthday Courtesy For Mrs. Kingsbury Mrs. Edna Catell entertained a fow guests at her home ir, Frnnk- ] lln township Thursday in honor oi I tlic hlrthdny anniversary of Mr«. j Snslr KlnRsmiry. ) Tlio delightful dinner wns wv J at noon and the afternoon hours NEVADA — Licenses to wed have been issued to the following couples from the office of the clerk of the district court here: 'Selmer Christiansen, legal age, Ames, and Nellie Rath, legal age, Ames. Glen Arthur Cook, 25, Brackenridge, Pa., and Leolyn Beck, 24, Sioux City. READ THE WANTS TO LFFT MORTGAGE OAKLAND, Cal., (IIP)—Pennies may lift a ?2,500 mortgage from Old St. John's church. The Rev. C. W. Nelson announced a novel refinancing plan. He distributed "home banks" to every parishioner and asked them to put a penny into the bank at each meal. When church-goers have- tucked napkins under chins 250,000 times. Rev. Nelson is confident the church no longer will be in debt. One Killed, Another Injured in Highway Crash at Davenport DUBUQUE (UJR)-W. K. Hunter, vice president ot the Independent Grocers Alliance, Chicago, remained in critical condition »t Flnley hospital Thursday as the result of an automobile accident near here. With one eye punctured by flying wood and severe internal injuries, atfendlng physicians said FALL BULBS of all kinds. COE'S FLORAL SHOP Sheldon-Munn Building Red Arrow Grocery & Market » Same Prices at College a* Downtown LARGE SHIPMENT DRESSES JUST ARRIVED TODAY NAME THIS STORE I $15,00 Contest closes Wed., Oct. 4th. Get your, name entered today. Win $18.75 Dress FREE! Yes, everything you desire in a dress including all the newest materials— every type from Sport to Sunday Night Frocks and Formals. They're new, exclusive, smart . . . and moderately priced. $9-95 $12.95 $18.75 Willard's "WHAT WILL BE THIS STORE'S NEW NAME?" Pittsburgh Proof Products Sinct 1855 Wallhid* — Sunproof Waterspur Paints—Enamels—Etc. H. L. Munn Lumber Company Pboo* I his recovery was doubtful. In event he survives his injuries, physicians •aid, be will lose the sight of one eye. The automobile In which Hunter was riding collided with a truck on a curv« near here. B. J Sharp, 45, Chicago, president of the Grocers Wholesale eompam was killed. WHITE ROSE GASOLINE Starts Quicker and Easier Costs Less Per Mile Ames Super Service Station Fifth and Burnett—Chas. B. McDonald, Prop. RITE-WAY FOOD STORES I Canned Fruit SAIL IE MARSHALLTOWN DIVISION Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, September 29th and 30th •YELLOW CLING ^PEACHES Larfe N*. L39c * 73c SUM* or Halved \ ittk spm BttK*. ' Vtry cbokt trait— large, 4Mf t*M*n cak»r, •nlfom In tit*. ThWMtMy ript, jtt fin*; iw kltnbka. 49 U'crt* FANCY HAWAIIAN SLICED PINEAPPLE Large No. 2!i Cam* .<*•-. Stittt •Jtlftnn ilk»t. Pah tvtdcn in ttlor, •wkick mnni the (rait U fill? rip* then packed. Strttl, \inter, mtiolvtt'.j tnt at cere and husk. Jack Spnt. 'FANCY BARTLETT PEARS Large JV«. »'/i Cmm» L a r f t arnwelrieal halm. Fallr ripened M thiMrae; picket orchil? kj hand. U avoid brnUint in< fercaklaf. H e a t y qnp. Jack Sent Brand. EXTRA CHOICE BLENHEIM APRICOTS Large No. *'j Cans The Blenheim it tb« •tilr frail T*» d»Tel«D«d Hut Km. the wrt ^rMnrtlj "im, a»»»r. The** an rholre. deep coHea iialTf*. ifflMih. t» fleai 40 dcfrt* Jack Sprat Irani. Due to a very fortunate purchase of 25,000 cases before) prices advanced, we are able to offer extremely lowi prices on our famous Jack Sprat line of canned fruits, i Prices today, are from 20 to 30% higher on practically! every item but quotations below are based on our orig-j inal purchase. Jack Sprat fruits are picked ripe, care-i fully selected and canned within a few hocrs after picking. Packed in a forty degree syrup which helps retain, that delicious flavor which comes only in tree-ripened' fruit. 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