Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 2, 1933 · Page 6
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iftTTBl 9 * JfES DAILY TEIBUNE TIM18 A MM. IOWA. MOXDAY, OCTOIM J, 1«3. FA01 Annual Reception for New Iowa State College Faculty Is Held at Great Hall Sat. T"*HE MOST brilliant of the social affairs of early fall was the formal * reception given Saturday evening by Raymond M. Hughes, president oi Iowa State college, for new college faculty and their wives. Approximately 700 Invited guests, -which included many townspeople, participated in the affair which was held In Great Hall Memorial Union. Great Hall was beautifully decorated with a mans of flowers, the Pink color predominating, and palms. Particularly lovely were the gorgeous dahlias from the gardens of Prof. H. H. Knight, which were placed in baskets about the hall«"~and which also formed the background for the receiving line. In the receiving line with President Hughes were Dean and Mrs. R. E. Buchanan, Dean and Mrs. H. H. Kildee, Dean and Mrs. M. D. Helser, Mr. and Mrs. George Godfrey and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gregg. Prof. W. F. Coover presented ths guests. Mrs. M. D. Helser, president of the Faculty Women's duo was.as- sisted in the general arrangements by the hospitality committee. Mrs. H. D. Bergman, chairman and Mesdames, B. W. Hammer, J. R. CALENDAR Derby, Walter Barlow. J. L. Lush, Guy Greene, and E. C. Volz. Prof. E. C. Volz of the horticulture department, was jn charge of the decorations for Great Hall and Oak room where refreshments were served. Prof, and Mrs. Tolbert Mac Rae were in charge of music and dancing. .. "•''" •' : Dean Maria Robert^, Prof, and Mre. G. B. MacDonald. Miss Fredrica Shattuck and Mr. and Mrs. A. Starbuck directed guest? into Great Hall towards the receiving line. Dancing was enjpyed in the foyer during the evening. Refreshments were served in the Oak room which opens off Great Hall, three long tables being arranged. Each table was covered with, a lovely lace cloth and centered with tall tapers of pink and a bowl of pink roses in a deeper shade. Silver service was used. In charge of the dining room were: Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hammer, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lush, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Guy S. Greene, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Barren guiding guests were assisted in to the dining room by Mrs. I. A. Merchant, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Elwood", Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Iverson, Mr. and Mrs. Q. C- Ayres, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beard, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dunagan, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Plum, Mr. and Mrs. W. E- Galligan, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harris, .Mis; Alice Waugh, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Tilden Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gwynne, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Paustain, Mr* and Mrs. Monday Evening Div. A. W. C. Legion Auxiliary. History Literature Div. A.W.C. Modern Literature F. W. C. A. W. C. Chorus Practice. D. A. R. Tuesday District Lecturers' Assn. Chapter AA, P. E. 0. Chapter HO, P. E. 0. Wimodausis Club. Christian Missionary Soc. Laura Chapter 0. E". S D. U. V London Bridge Club. Carpenters Union Wednesday W. H. B. Club. Short Story Div. F. W. C. Home Eco. Div. F. W. C. Laetus Club. Five Hundred Club. Unity Club. Thursday Christian Aid. Iowa D. A, R. Group To Go To Chicago Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution will be hostesses at the D. A. R. headquarters in the social science building at the world's fair in Chicago for a 19 day period beginning Tuesday. Mre. B. C. Higglns of Spencer, Iowa State regent will be present during the entire period and will be assisted by nine Iowa chapter women. They are: Mrs. A. B. Seal, Sioux City;, Mrs. Charles Douglass, Cedar Rapids; Miss Nettle Eels, Ida Grove; Mrs. H. B. Knight, and Mrs. M. E. Dicken. Washington; Mrs. H. Clay, Cherokee; Mrs. Grace Potter, Ackley; Mrs. Bertha Lincoln Heustis, Dubuque and Mrs, Cyrus Wolf, Hampton. Mrs. Higgins will go to Janesville Oct. 11 to attend the state conference session at which lime Mrs. Russell Magna, president general, will be the featured speaker. Mrs. Higgins' will also join the state regent of Indiana in a visit to the €>. A. R. Industrial school Tamassse in South Carolina while en route to Washington, D. C., to attend the national board meeting Oct. 24 and 25. Mrs. Seth Thomas of Fort Dodge, Iowa's vice-regent, will attend the state regent's luncheon to be held Oct. 24 in Memorial Continental hall. S. C. Stone. Those- who poured were Mesdames C. S. Gwynne, A. Andrews, S. C. Stone, A.-H. Whiteside, Matlick, J. W. Woodrow. Madge McGlade, A. H. Waters. A. H. Fuller, Lola Rice, L. E. Menze,. George Fowler, J. B. Davidson, B. S. Pickett, T. F. Vance, T. Schultz and the Misses* Rosalind Cook,. Grace Hoover, Helen Crawford. , Ruth Saffjrd, Laura Towne, Florence "Walls, Edna Rhoads, Mabel Russell. . .,-.. ,;-. In^cfiarge of Great -Sail during the evening were, Mr. and Mrs. H. ' D. Bergman and Mr. and Mrs- J. R- Derby who weie-assisted by Dean and Mrs. C. H. Stange, Prof, a n d M r s. R. K. B1 i s s, Prof, and Mrs. A. B. Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. White, Dean and Mrs. A. Marston, Dean Genevieve Fisher, Dean and Mrs. Charles E. Filey, Dean and Mrs. J. E. Foster Prof, and Mrs, W. H. Stevenson, Dr. and Mrs. J. .F. Edwards, CoL and Mrs. Philip W. Booker, • Mlse Frances Sims, Dean and Mi's," C. F. Curtiss, Herman Knapp, Fean and Mrs. T. R, Agg. : > v ~ '.-.' •, M/. and Mrs. Ralph Dunbar, Miss Gertrude Herr, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs;' : Henry;\Eieh- ling, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Graff, Mr: and Mrs. E. F. Goss,- Mr.,and Mrs. D. C. Holl, Prof.:'and>Mre.Frank Kerekes, Mr. and 'Mrs. L/C. Stewart, :Mr/ and MrvW-.M, Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. H^J./Mliey, Mr. and Mrs. A." Starnnck, ,VMiss; Grace Hoover, LL and Mrs. 'F. M.' Day, the Rev. and Mrs. LeRoy S. Burroughs, Mr, and Mrs; t.F. Crocker, Dr. and Mrs. R. D. 7eldman. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Oilman. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sage Mr. and Mrs. A. .. T. Erwin, Dr. Pearl Hogref e, Mr.and Mrs. F. E. Brown, Miss Regina Friant, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Runnells, Mr. and Mrs. A. Shane, Mr. and Mrs. G. Hendrickson, Miss Joanne Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller, Major and Mrs. H. J. Huzek. the Rev and -Mrs. W. A. Morgan, • Mr., apd Mrs. George Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. s. A. Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johnston, Mr. ana Mrs. L. C. Tilden. <S> « <g> Hittoryand Literature Division To Meet Wed. The historian literature division of the Faculty Women's club will meet at the home of Mrs. C. E. Friley, 2115 Storm street Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Assisting hostesses will he Mesdar..es, M. P. Cleghorn, E. R. Becker, G. W. Fox, DnWayne Stokka Celebrates Birthday Mrs. Kenneth Stokka entertained a group of boys at her home Saturday afternoon in honor of the eighth birthday anniversary of her son, DuWayne. Games were played during the party hours 2 to 4:30 and refreshments featuring a decorated birthday cake with lighted candles were served. A color scheme of pink.and white predominated in the decorations and menu. DuWayne received many nice gifts. Assisting ; Mrs. Stokka were, Mrs. S. T. Dearinger and daughter Roberta Dearinger and Mrs. Clarence Sills. The little guests were Kenneth Davis, John Hocksbergen, Mason Kurtz. LaVerne Millard, John Nutty, Paul Pierson, Robert Peterson, Robert Rapp, John Smith, Sanford '% Sjurson, Paul Vance, Mervin Stokka, Donald Crump, Bnster Thompson, Vernice Sills, Paul Sills, Robert Nicholson. Entertain at Dinner Bridge t .,/ Mr./ and Mrs. -Claude Smith were hosts at a delightful dinner and bridge Thursday evening at their home on Hodge avenue.' A color scheme of pink and yellow was -effectively carried out in the appointments for the three course dinner. Bridge was played during the evening. High ] score prize for the women was awarded to Mrs. Duckworth and high for the men to Mr. Cottrill Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Duckworth, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fancher and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cottrill. E. C. Volz of the horticulture department Those interested in the year's program of the division are invited to attend. Yearbooks will be available at this time. « «. « Is Five Hundred Club Hottes* Mrs. R. E. Roudebush will be hostess to members of the Five Hundred club at a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday at her home, 411 Ninth street. « * • Unity Club Meeting Wed. The Unity club will meet with Mrs. B. L. Allen, 703 Wilson avenue Wednesday afternon at 2:30; Mrs. H. L. Long will be the program leader. ® »> ® P. E. 0. Chapters To Meet Tuesday Chapter HO of the P. E. 0. will meet with" Mrs. Waller Barlow, 157 North Sheldon avenue at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday. At 6 o'clock a BIL picnic will be held at the Barlow home. Chapter AA will meet with Mrs; F. E. Walsh, 917 Ridgewood a 2:30 Tuesday afternoon, • <& $ « Short Story Division Meeting The first .meeting of the new year of the short story division o the Faculty Women's club will be held at the home,of Mrs. Robley W 'rey, 535 Forest Glen Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Assisting host esses will be Mesdamesf' Paustian Shepard and V. S. Peterson. Mrs. Winfrey will be in charge of the -program which will be z play, "Maker of Dreams," by OH fant Downs. Yearbooks will be available ai this time. <S> <*> <§> To Entertain Laetus Club The Members of the Laetus club much toward *ecuriBg tb« new home and oi> Lincoln way by the cauipus, an4 bringing Mr. Burroughs to Ame«. mid Dr. Paul Fw- guwn of St. Louis, Iowa State college graduate who waa first president of Kemper guild. «tud«at organization of the church. * « « Surprise Courtesy For H«ltn Farni . '. Miss Helen Farni was pleasantly surprised Saturday evening at her home, 913 Duff avenue, when 14 of her friends came to help her celebrate her thirteenth birthday. Games were played during the evening and refreshments were Mrved by Mrs. Farni, assisted by her daughters, Bernice and Mrs. Hyler. • Helen received many lovely gifts. Those present were: Arlene Pet- ersn, Virginia and Mary Martin, Mary Minott, Joan Cole and Marjorie Arrasmith, also her Camp Fire group, Mildred McOrath, Helen Nicol, Jean Gilchrist, Wilma Cox, Louise Morrison, Lois Deal, Betty Carter, and the group guardian, Florence McNabh. Is Head of Federation Qub . Mrs. J. -Johnston of Humbolt was elected president or the Lest Ye Forget Us ;-<, of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs at the semi-annual luncheon held Thursday at the Hotel Fort Des Moines. Mrs. Johnston will succeed Mrs. F. 3. Burberry oi Indianola who was named honor^y president. Mrs. Burberry has served the group since its organization as president Other office-s elected include Miss Catherine Brown, Sioux ; City, vice-president; Mrs.. J. C. Cummings, Des Moine_s, secretary; Mrs. E. H. Schmillihg, State Center, treasurer; Mrs. Horace M. Towner of Corning, historian. / Mrs. Eugene Heneley of Grinnel!, state federation president was the I guest of honor. Members of the club include past presidents of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Played Fife at 9 in Civil War! County Society Nms Christian Aid To Sleet Thursday The .Christian Aid society- No. church Ladies 2 will meet in and J. C. Gilman. The program on "Glimpses ot England from American Literature," will be given by Mrs. W. R. Raymond. <»<$>«> Stated Meeting Ot E. S. Tuesday Laura Chapter No. 113 Order of Eastern Star will hold a stated meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Masonic temple. A pot luck dinner will be served at 6 o'clock to all members and their families. Visiting members are welcome. -Each member is ask- od to bring a covered dish and sandwiches for the dinner. Entertainment will be furnished evening. *> ;J, <$> ««Qular Meeting D. U. V. Tue«d«y Thf! Daughters of Union ans will me ( > ( j n session Tnrsdny p-rning at 7:30 in thr I. the church parlors Thursday afternoon at 2:30. <§> <S> £• ~ ' Arrasmith-Wepel Nuptials Sunday ' Miss Lillie Arrasmith, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Arrasmith of Ames, and John Wepel. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wepel of Webster City were married Sunday evening in a ceremony performed in the Church of Christ in T7ebster Cityy. The Rev. Hanson E. Miller officiated. Attendants were Miss Ru: i Arrasmith, Albert Wepel, Wesley Arrasmith and Miss Gertrude Hanson, t Organize Young Artists Music Club -The "Young Artists Music club was organized at a meeting held at the home of Mrs. P. E. Jackson Sunday. Officers were elected and plans were outlined for the coming year. The new officers are: Maxine Bell, president; Eleanor Posegate. vice- president; Louise Morrison, corresponding secretary; Maida Tannin, recording secretary. Entertains Paper Sack* Circle Thnrs. Mrs. E. J. Hunter was hostess to members of the Paper Sack Circle club at her home north of Ames Thursday afternoon. Fifteen members were present. The afternoon hours were spent in games and contests and a feature of the affair was the lunch served at 4 o'clock from paper sacks. • Those sharing in the courtesy were: Mesdames Jay Adams, Guy Dodds, Frank Allen, Charles Van Patter, Frank Morris, Cap Kooser, John Wakefield, Frank Stultz, Seth Morris, Walter Grove, Andy Reilly, Jay Allen, Will Kodds and John Campbell* Home Economics Division To Meet The home economics division of the Faculty Woman's club will meet with Mrs. K. G. Livingston. 2501! Knapp street Wednesday afternoon at. 2:30. Assisting hostesses are Mnsdames, C. L. McNew, F. C. Vilbrandt. J. V. Atanasoff and R. will meet Wednesday for a 1 o'clock luncneon with Mrs. Grant Dudgeon, 9] I Ridgewood. & * <£. Missionary Society Meeting Tuesday . The. Women's Missionary society of the Christian church will meet Tuesday evening at 7:3 0. at the home Of Mrs. G. E. McFarland, 1205 Ridgewood. Mrs. Clyde Hesse will be in charge of the program on /"The Country- Places • of America." * * * '•'•. '.-.*'-.-• Ladiss Aux To Carpenter's Union The Ladies Auxiliary to the Carpenter's Union will meet Tuesday evening,at . o'clock at the home.of Mrs. George Severeide, 1424 Douglas avenue.- Weich P. T. A. Meeting Tuesday ••' . Th-e first fall.-meetinfc bt. the Welch sParentrTeacher "association will be heM« Tjiesday evening at 7:30 in the'sclidoi and will be a social and reception in honor of the teachers. - • ' - . • Floyd B. Peddock president ofthe association will he in 'char g< of the short business session which will be followed by a musical program and reception for the teachers. Mrs. J.'C. GUmau will be in charge of the program and the hospitality committee, Mrs. George Hendrickson, Mrs. 0. R. Sweeney and Miss Verna Losee will he in charge of the refreshments. , Is Hostess To London Bridge Club Mrs. F. E. Horning will be hostess to members of the London Bridge club Tuesday at 1 o'clock at. her home, 312 Tenth street. Carpenters: Union To Meet Tuesday Carpenters Union No. 1948 of Ames will meet in regu.ar session Tuesday evening at the home of C. A. Oliver, 1203 Kellogg avenue. A good attendance is desired. Wimodausis Club With Mrs. Hall The Wimodausis club will meet with Mrs. J. F. Hall, 267 Campus avenue Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Fairview P. T. A. Elects Officers Officers for the coming year were elected at tie regular meeting of the Fairview Parent Teacher association held Friday evening in the school. The officers are: Mrs. Warren Zenor, president; Mr. Grosenickle, vice-president; Mrs. Alice Johnson, secretary-treasufer, Mrs. Roy Larson, publicity chairman.. The 6:30 pot luck supper was ftl- "iowed by an entertainment provided by members of the first, second and third grade students. <8> 3> •© Ontario Aid Meeting Wednesday The Ladies aid of the Ontario Christian church will meet with Mrs. Cliff Johnson, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A comparative youngster among the veterans attending the 6"th annual encampment of the G A. R. at St Paul, Minn., was Lewis H. Easterly, above, of Colorado, who at 8-1 is called "the baby of,the Civil War." When his father and uncles went to war from southern Illinois, Easterly. 9. went, too, and played a fife on the battlefields. Alleman, president; Pauline Watson, social chairman; Carol Critzman, secretary; Marie Olsan,.treasurer; EdM Blood, Jean4tte Richardson, Caroline Wallace, members .at large. To Preside at 20thW.CT.U. la. Conference Mrs. Ida B. Wise Smith, president-elect of the National W. C. T. U. will preside over the state convention of the organization to l« held at Marlon Tuesday mod Wednesday. This will be {he twentieth convention session over which Mrs. Smith, has presided as Iowa state president and she will deliver her- annual address Wednesday evening. Among the convention speakers will be Earl Godwin, national publicist, the Misses Helen Byrnes and Lenadell Wiggins of Evanston, 111., national secretaries and Prof. J. H. Piet, Washington, la,, school superintendent. In addition to Mrs. Smith, other state officers who will be in attendance include: Mrs. Agnes Tepaske, Sioux City, vice-president; Mrs. Harriett G. McCollough, Des Moines, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lucile W. Shadle, Des Moines, treasurer; Mrs. Mabel Findlay, Fort Dodge, trustee; Mrs. Lida Lisle Green, Des Moines, secretary of young people's branch and Mrs. Gertrude Wlaton, Des Moines, secretary of the Loyal Temperance legion. Public Work. Actt Will Be Explained The fifteenth annual Iowa sewage treatment coherence will be held *t IOWA State college, Oct. 18 19, and 20. Major attention at the conference will be given to a study of the ways in which the public works act affects cities and towns in Iowa. Explanations of that phase of the national recovery program will be given at the conference by H. M. Cooper, chairman of the state advisory board of public works, and P. F. Hopkins, state engineer of public works. The annual meeting of the Iowa Wastes Disposal association will be held in conjunction with the conference. «re (• >« •re tuck • lot */ eipkcri «» WATE1SFA1 ENAMEL FOB BOATS Munn Lumber Company Phone a Hart Beauty Studio Introductory Offer: FREE! One box Andrea Duval Face Powder with every Shampoo and Finger Wave. Ho Advance in Prices Phone 250 Ames Nat'1 Bank Bldg. V^ FOR AMERICA'S GREATEST SALE Ames Girls Named To Club Council Neva , Yates and Fern Karns, graduates of Ames high school.last year, have been named-freshman representatives to the ^council of the Town Girls club at Iowa State college- Other council members are lone Cardinal Guild Chairman Named at Iowa State Walter Stary of Cedar Rapids has been named treasurer of Cardinal Guild, student governing body at Iowa State college. Stary succeeds Fred Empkie of Council Bluffs, president-elect of the junior class, who did not return to school this fall. Members of six Cardinal Guild committees hive been named by Robert Hawley of Ames, president of the Guild, as follows: Elections: James Wormley of Newton, chairman, Ella McCullough, HoDis' Hilstrom of CaUen> der; budget— Stary, chairman,' John Hultquist of Des Moines; program— Russell Plager of Grundy Center; homecoming — Hilstrom, chairman, John Sandham of Omaha, Plager, Joe ; 'Duncan of Lmeyille; wards— Hultquist, chairman,* Lester Proctor of Ash Grove; campus, safety—Plager. v hat Famous Money-Saving Ward Event MONTGOMERY WARD 327 MAIN ST.^PHONE 151—AMES, IOWA SICK ANO OF YOUK E % NERVES TEST No. 1 nerves? V. Young There will be lofiuro ami <loin. Entertains At Breakfast Courtesy Celebrating the fourteenth anniversary of the Rev. LeRoy S. Burrough's first service in St. John's Episcopal church, Ames, Mrs. Burroughs entertained a few friends at breakfast at the rectory. 112 Stanton avenue, Sunday morning. H was 14 years ago Sunday that, the Rev. Mr. Burroughs conducted his first service in the small Episcopal church on Fifth street, now the Antes high school music hall. Guost« included Charles Quade, wlio si vcd us treasurer of the onstration on nrllKilc MDUCI ar- 'churcli lor !!.") yours; Mrs. 1,. II. rangcmenls for the home by i'rof. I' >allllnc11 ' wll '° of lnc mMl wl '° (ll<1 Jangled nerves can make life miserable for those about you These are trying times. No wonder nerves give way under the strain. And a nervous man. is frequently not responsible for the things he says. But responsible or not, his bitter, sharp words can cruelly wound those around him—arid cause scars which will never entirely heal, no matter how sorry he may be afterward. Watch your nerves. Get your full amount of rleep every night. Eat regularly and sensibly. Find time for recreation. And smoke Camels—for Camel's costlier tobaccos nevergetonyournerves. l^~ COSTLIER TOBACCOS Camels are made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos thkn any other popular brand of cigarettes I is 25 seconds. r " ? H «™ A good score "»»'((.amil imottrl , ""MiKyHa-Kutnt THEY NEVER GET ON YOUR NERVES!

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