Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 9, 1933 · Page 6
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iuaT namm^rmm. JOWA. MOEDAT, OOTOBI* t Sorority Rushing Season Qoses Sat. With Preference Dinners npHE 1933 rushing •M*o» for the 11 Iowa State college aororitles : A closed Saturday cv«%ing yith the formal preference dinner* held In the respective bouMts; Th« regular period of tilence follows these dinners and preference tllpn have been given to a disinterested person Bids will be Issued from the office of Mrs, Iza W. Merchant, director . llf * on the ««np«». Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. be at 5:30. Pledging Despite the program «f rigid economy put into effect again this year In regard to rushing parties, affairs have been particularly interesting and colorful. The rushing season opened Sept. 30. Split teas were featured at the houses Saturday and Sunday. Special parties were held Monday afternoon followed by .informal dinner parties Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday- and Friday evenings. As a special treat after the regular dinner Friday evening the Gamma Phi Beta sorority entertained at a short program.. The x Misses Marian Wilton and Barbara Her- •che in negro costumes sang a group* of songs. .Miss Mary Burton gave an interesting reading euid Miss Glendora Briley sang. Autumn leaves and flowers were used in the house decorations for the preference dinner Saturday evening. After the dinrier a mock radio television program of songs, and dance numbers was enjoyed. Girls at the Pi Beta Phi chapter house held a nursery rhyme party Friday at the chapter house. Wooden replicas of characters from nursery rhymes were the table decorations. A. color scheme of wine sad blue the sorority colors was used for the preference dinner. A blue cloth covered the long table, and wine and blue tapers with a silver bowl filled with silver balls formed the centerpiece. The Delta Zeta sorority held a picnic Friday evening at the chapter house. Mrs. E. E. Martin sang • a group of songs. The traditional | rose preference dinner was held Saturday evening and a colcr scheme of pink and green, the sorority colors, was carried out in the table appointments. The rose is also the sorority flower. A color scheme of blue and v?hJt« the sorority colors was carried out In the Phi Omega Pi preference CAHNCAQ dinner. Miss Ruth McElyea Goldfield was a special guest. A special feature of Friday evening's dinner given by the Sigma Kappa sorority was "House by the Side of the Road," program. An interesting chart was drawn by Rosana Leland. Tap dance numbers were given by Virginia Trullinger n-td Elaine Jones sang. The tra ditional rose dinner was held Sat urday evening and ceremony of the unfolding of the Sigma Kappa rose was very lovely. A color scheme of red and white was effectively carried out in the decorations. ,A jolly Backwards party was given by the Delta Delta. Defta sor^ . ority Friday evening at the chapter house. The dinner menu was serv ed backwards and the fable service followed suit. The very lovely trail', ional dream .garden preference dinner was given Saturday evening Pansies, the sorority flowers were used in decorations. A harp sojo was played by Marguerite Lee during the evening of dancing and music. '..'.'• V ^; A radio program of J special interest was." a. feature Of the dinner Friday evening at the" Chi Omesa sorority. Numbers included : Duet by Dorothy Beldt and Bonnie Taylor; musical reading, Neva Carey; skit, Dorothy Beldt, Florence Floek, Maxima McClay, Frances -Pope, Monica Posaliony and Bonnie Taylor. A yellow and war color scheme was used in the table appointments for the preference dinner. . , Kappa Jelta sorority entertained at a Parisian dinner; party Friday evening,' Frtnth dishes only ebin served. The entrtalnment durin the extra period after,,the< dinne consisted of u dance, by Harriet Olson aad a specialty number Dorothj Willard and Sarah Bouska Dancing was enjoyed: between courses of tte dinner.- Tiw annua white rose, sorority flower^ dinner was given Saturday .(iveningj color scheme of white and.green with white roses and tall i^fy tapers forming the table .centerpiece : Something ne^ and somgthing different was surely emphasized in the menus for the informal dinner parties given last week by the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Monday was the Dutch p'arty, Tuesday the Par isian dinner, with it's French, menu and Wednesday was the Morocco farty. Girls in Turkish costumes served the meal and coffee was served in the solarium at low tables from the samovar. Thursday an interesting Chinese dinner was tea- Monday General Meeting A. W. C. Music JDiv. A, W. C. B. P. W. Clnb. Gebal Council. Beta Tan Delta. Music Div. F. W. C- Tuesday Tues. Bridge Luncheon. Progressive Bridge. San Souci Club. Pythian Sisters. Laura Chapter 0. E. S.- Clark Ave. Club Postponed. Apres Midi. Drama Div. F. W. C. Bon Temps Club. Tuesday'Club. Readers Club. Beardshear P. T. A. Bntre Nous Club. Wednesday Ad Interim Club. Victory Club. Neewollah Club. Book and Basket Club. Thursday League of Women Voters. Coteiie Club. Marion Rebekah Lodge. Harvest Home Dinner. Friday Yours and Mine Club. stela and Mrs. ). C. Kals*r; vlonn | Keaijwr ' •cio*. raagtttMftt of Austria* NattosuU byn», Mrs. F. M. D»y; efcorui BMft- b«r. Tin HWTM* ar« vocal tolo, Mr*. «. C. Martto. »taa«at «faalattfctt church, emphasized in the table decorations for the sorority preference dinner. Education and County Govt. o f Program for League Meeting The October meeting of the League of Women Voters will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in nom 224 at the Memorial Union. The program on "Efficiency in Government," will include "A Study of State and County Government and Possible Reorganization" by the chairman of this division, J-'rs. R. J. DeLa Hunt. Mrs. E. W. Lindstrom, state chairman, wili give a report on the modification of the Beatty. Bennett bill and a resume of the Brookings report on "The Tax Situation in Iowa." This will, be .'an open meeting "and any women Interested in these subjects are nrge^tb-attend. A. A. U. W. Holds First Fall Meeting .* The Ames Branch, American Association of University Women, opened its season Saturday with "• a lovely'fall-tea at the home of .Mrs. Charles F. Curtiss' on the college campus. The officers -and directors were hostesses.to over 100 members and those" eligible to membership in the organization, between the hours'of 3 and 5 o'clock. Mrs. E. F. Goss is president of the branch for "the year. •""" In'the receiving-line were the officers and directors, Mrs. D. A. Moulton, Mrs, ''Wallace Wright, Miss Eleanor Selby, Miss Julia Colpitts. Mrs. F. E. Brown, Miss Grace Curtis, Miss Elizabeth Fuller. Parlor hostesses were members of the membership and hospitality committees: Mesdames T. R. Agg, C. E. Brasher, M. P. CTeghorn, Miss Elizabeth Fish, Mrs. L. W." Miller, Mrs. ;Madge McGlade, Miss Mabel Russell, Mrs/F. E. Walsh,/Mrs. F. A. .Fish, Miss Grace Curtis, Miss Verna Schmidt, Mrs. G. W. Snede* cor. Miss Marie Stephens,..Mrs. W. H. Wellhbuse, Mrs. A. T.. Wingfield. ••' Dining room hostesses were the social committee: Miss Lenore Sillivan, Mrs. Ella Gribskov, Mrs. D. L. Holl, Miss Louise L'Engfe, Miss Edna Rho- As. Mrs.. H. H. Plagge, Miss Margaret Van Patten. .A most interesting exhibit featuring the work of the study groups and also the exhibit of the Iowa A*t*m*ly Faculty Wwwwi't Club The first general assembly of the Faculty Womea' B club will be held Wednesday afternoon. Oct. 11 from 3:16 until S o'clock In Grtat Hall. Memorial Untoa, The cabinet meeting will be held at 1:30 ta room IIJ at the Union. The meeting will b* * reception to all members 'as well aa new* comers' of the faculty women. An Interesting program of musical numbers and readings has been arranged. The committee In charge of arrangements, program and tea are: Mrs. A. H. Klmball chairman, Mesdames R. K. Bliss, L. R. Burroughs, P. H. Carr, H. J. Gllkey, P. B. Jacobs, J. W. Merrill. H. J. Plagge and Robley Winfrey. Mrs. M. D. Helser newly elected president of the Faculty Women's club and Mrs. T. R. Agg will preside at the tea table. * « 4 Entertain At ' Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. T. S. De Masters and Mrs. Lynn Dage were hostesses at a delightful miscellaneous shower Frl- da afternoon at the De Master's home, 217 South Franklin avenue, as a post nuptial courtesy for Mrs. Orie Moore. Mrs. Moore was prior to her recent marriage Miss Alice Dage, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Dage of College Springs la. Mr. Moon, is tbe~son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore of Ames. The afternoon hours were spent social!/ and refreshments were served. The honoree was presented with many lovely and useful gifts. The. guests were, Mrs,' Betty Bates; Mrs. Arthur 'Nelson, Mrs. Gale Valine, Mrs. Lloyd Trumbull, Mrs. Fred Moore, Mrs. Herbert Dage, Mrs. L. W.- Veach. Mrs. Jess Thorton, Mrs. G. R. Edward, and Mrs. Mamie Kitchens. Entertain* At Evening Party Mrs. George Briley was hostess at a delightful evening party Wed- nesday'at her home near Ames as a courtesy for Miss Helen Kalskett and Miss Marie Howard. A social time was enjoyed and refreshments were served at a late hour. Those sharing in the courtesy were: the Misses Doris Rex, Helen Beck, Florence Grubb, Helen -Kalskett, Marie Howard, and Ed Reilly, Arthur Brown, Homer Goodwin, Clarence Beck, Norma. Dyg, Vincent Beck, Mr. and Mrs. William Beck. Mr. and Mrs..H. D. Johnson, and Mrs. G. F. Howard of Marshalltown. Secret Marriage Is Announced Mrs. Laura Gonse of Boone announces the secret marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary Evelyn to Richard Dale Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce of Ames which took place Jan. 17 in Papillion iN'eb. The Rev. J. H. Wheatland officiated. ' • •• -. ' Attendants were Miss Oral Hartman and Miss Mabel Hartman boft of Boone. The couple are at home in Boone. San Souci Club Meeting Tuesday The San Souci dub will meei with Mrs. A. F. Reis, 310 Lincoln way Tuesday afternoon at 2:31). Mrs. H. R. Long .is the program leader. ' , 4 -'' . : To Entertain "• ,.',, Progressive Bridge '"" • ''•' '. . Mrs. L. 0." Stewart will be.bost- ess.to members of. the. Progressive Bridge club Tuesday at 1:30 at her home, 804 Teita street. ' Pythian sisters ^ To Meet Tuesday "' '"'."' : The Pythian Sisters will: meet in regular session Tuesday evening at 7:3C in/the I. COO.-F. hall. A good attendance is desired. ar-lof 8t Joaa'i --' vhlca WM held ftuaday at Ledcei 8tate f*rk aear BOOB*. Th» group drove to the park followiac church ami«M Sunday moraine and dinner WM terred out- of-doors about 1:10 p. m. The afternoon WM devoted to a study hike tbru the park, conducted by Prof. J. E. SMI of the Iowa State college botany department Supper WM served at E o'clock In the large lodge at the park. The Rev. LeRoy Burroughs, rector of the church, Mrs. J. A. Larsen, and the Misses Mable and Mary Russell, accompanied the students. Entertain Aprtt Midi Club The Aprei Midi club will meet Tuesday for 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs. D. D. Reynolds, 1012 Ninth street. « e • Initial Meeting Drama Division The first meeting of the new year of the drama division of the Faculty Women** club will be held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. 'E. W. Henderson. 129 Lynn avenue. Mrs. Guy S. Greene is in charge of the program. - All -who are interested In drama an/ invited to attend. To Entertain Bon Temps Club The Bon Temps Luncheon club will meet for 1:15 luncheon and bridge Tuesday at the home of Mrs. F. H. Mann, 317 Russell avenue. Yours and Mint Club to Meet The Yours and Mine Bridge club will meet with Mrs. H. R. Lotz, 612 Ninth street Friday %fternoon at 2:30. <8> * » Ad Interim Club to Meet Tine Ad Interim club of the Y. W. C. A. will meet Wednesday eve- tured and songs of China were sung while-the girls sat around on pillows in the living room,'sipping tea. Friday was the Swedish dinner with girls in peasmu costumes assisting in the serving. The dinner was served buffet style, Swedish waffles and rosettes being on the bill of fare. American Beauty and buff roses centered the dinner table for the preference dinner, and the sorority colors rose, buff and green were used in the appointments. The American Beauty rose is the sorority flower. As Miss Isabell Palmer sang "The Rose Song," she presented each guest with a rose. The Alpha Delta Pi sorority pre- stented a most Interesting a nd beautiful historical pagent relating to the founding <•• the sorority, with actives taking part. Friday evening following the informal dinner. Blue and white colors pre- predomlnated in the preference dinner appointments. A lovely centerpiece of blue violets and tall blue tapers was used on the table and active girls appeared in frocks of blue and white. A play of special interest to the pledges was siven by actives at the 7,cta Tau Alpha chapter house Friday following the dinner hour. The play depicted the high school graduate leaving home to enler collie (or lu>r !r< simian yonr and hfr mib- «r(\u!>n( pledging to H sorority, Blue find gilvtr, the sorod.y, colors, vcro State division at the Minneapolis convention was presented in the study, by the educational committee, Mrs. G, R. Fowler, Mrs. W. B. Armstrong, Mrs. H. L. Keil, Miss Elizabeth Sherbon. The tea table was covered with a lovely lace cloth and centered with a copper bowl filled with orchid and blue fall flowers. Past presidents who poured were, Miss Fredrica Shattuck, Miss Gertrude Herr, Miss Esther Cooper, Mrs. W. H. Stevenson ..ad Mrs. A. H. Fuller. There are 19 branches of the A. A. U. W. in Iowa And 606 in the United States. There are 35 nations which participate in the International federation. The university women were among the pionec-rs in the scholarship movement. At present the emphasis in the national and International work is on fellowships. To date there have been 187 fellowships at home and abroad. This year there are 10 fellowships for outstanding students available. Miss Neriman Hilal, A. A. U. W ellow from Istanbul, Turkey, was (resent at the tea and members lad an opportunity of meeting anrl hatting with her. <S> 3> <$> ilusic Division efting Monday The music division of tiie Ames Woman's club will meet Monday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Don Atkinson. Mrs. D. C, Faber Is the leader of the program which will be on the biography and works of Haydn .. T ™- w - , K - Jones is to present the bioRi-nphy O f Haydn and musical numbers from his works will include' '\Sonntn in D. M«|or" T.oul«p Morrison; "Mlllinry Sym phony," duet, Mrs. Harold OicboJ- Neewcllah Club Meets Wednesday • Mrs. George Kulow will entertain the Neewollah club at her home, 515 Grand avenue, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. . <$ « $' Mrs. Vance Hostess v at Business Meeting The Tuesday club will, meet at 2:30 with Mrs. Thomas F. Vance. 1206 Orchard drive Tuesday after uoon. Mrs. H. r H. Kildee wflfcbe the assisting hostess. - h •» $ « Readers Meet Tuesday Y> Mrs. William P. Nichols will en tertain the Readers club Tuesda; afternoon at 2:30 at her home, 620 ."ifth street. - Victory Club Meeting Wednesday The Victory club will meet with Mrs. A. B. Maxwell. Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. F, N. Beam is the program leader. ^> <s* ^ Young Artists .Music Club Meeting The Young Artists club met Sunday afternoon at the home of Maxine Bell. Following the short business -session, Thelma Levine read a most interesting paper on "Italian Composers," and a general discussion of Italian music followed. Mrs. Jackson played a selection by Scarlatti. Following the pro gram refreshments were served and later each member played a number by a composer they are studying. * « <S> $ Clark Avenue Club Meeting Is Postponed A change has been made in the meeting date of the Clark Avenue club. The group which was to have met Tuesday, Oct. 10, will meet instead Oct. 24. Announcement will be made later regarding the meeting place. Special Meeting Laura Chapter Tues. Laura chapter No. 135, Order of Eastern Star, will hold a special session Tuesday evening at 7:30 In the Masonic temple for Inflation. Refreshments will bo served during tho social hour. Kemper Out Id Holds Picnic Sun. Approximately 30 r> tended tho auuuol fall picnic nine at 7:W ia the Y. W, C tors to reorganize for the new year. The croup It composed of Awes girls, graduates of high achod'-Vav art not attending college. A nUi«r party has been planned to precede tb« meeting. All girls interested are invited to attend. * * w Pint Fall Mtettof Coterit Club Thur*: The first fall meeting of the Coterie club will be held Thursday morning at 9:45 a. m. at the Chi Omega sorority hoUM, with Mrs. Lucy Saunders as hostess. - * • 4 look and B«sk«t Club to Mt«t ;The Book and Basket club will meet with Mrs. E. B. Sowers Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. T. L. Rice is the program leader. Entrt Nous Club Meeting Members of he Entre Nous club will meet for afternoon bridge Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. L. L. Clement. Farm Bureau And4*HClubs County Society News Mehus-Caltvettt Marriage It Announced Mr. and Mrs. Knut Menus of Roland announce the marriage of their daughter, Cora Junett to George Caltvedt, son of Tygo Caltvedt of McCallsburg whlcb took place Sept. 9 in the Salem Lutheran parsonage in Roland. The Rev. Olaf Holsen officiated. Attendants wer* Albert Ausdale and in charg* of Martin Sweaaon. Members of the junior choir aang a group of numbers and Tiwlma Brown gave a reading. Selections were al*o give* by the quartet. f»«**T« flwt Officer* Monday With three candidates 39MPUCESON S, DEBATING M in the Lulu Caltvedt town. both of Marshall- Young People's Society Meeting The St.' Petri society of Story Young People's City will meet -4 Washington Yw'p. , Bur«*u Eleett Office™ Members of the Washington Township farm bureau met Friday evening in Qakwood school for the annual business meeting and program. Harlan Harper was re-elected chairman of the bureau; Mrs. Fred Randtu, vice chairman for the men and chairman for the women's group; Fred, JOandau, secretary; Mrs. E. 0. -Robinson, secretary- treasurer and press correspondent. Mr. Harper presided at the business session which followed the covered dish supper. A Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the church. The program will be as follows: Devotions; song, mixed quartet; paper "Young People's Amusement," Simon Johnson; vocal splo, Katherine Robinson; piano solo, Phyllis Malmanger; song, small bos trio; reading, Florance Nessa: selections, clarinet.quartet. Refreshments will be served during the social hour. * * «• Luther League Holds Meeting The regular meeting of the Luther league was held in the Immanuel Lutheran church in Storar City Sunday evening. The meeting opened with the singing of a hymn by league members. Devotionals were riuminr for post commander, the snzual election of officers in Harland G. Pfantz Post, No. 122, American Legion, State Center. Monday night promises to be a lively affair. Those nominated at the last meeting for the position held during the pa«t year by Henry C. Wil- kenlng are Wm. Eggers, the^present vice commander, John Snyder and G. M. Wormley. It has been the practice to advance the adjutant to thl position, but W, C. Liston, now serving, declined to be either a candidate this or re-election. John G. Swartz will have no opposltipn to succeed Liston. tendace was reported. The speaker of the evening was Prof. H. D. Hughes,'of the farm crops and soils department at Iowa State college who discussed "Lespedeza as an Aid to Blue Grass Nevada Socisty PtrtoruJ* Entertain Bide-A-Wee Club Mrs. C J. Ebert and Mrs. Lester F. Martin were hostesses to members of the Bide-A-Wee club Friday evening at the Martin home. The 6:30 dinner was served cafeteria stye and bridge was the diversion of the later evening. Miss Lucille Douglass was a guest of the club. Dinner Courtesy For Nevada Visitor Mrs. Lillian Hobert of Los Angeles office of the Donnelley corporation was a guest of honor at a Thirty-nitte cudidatct for tov* State college debate teuu h**» turned out for practice under th* direction of Prpf. F. L. Whan ef public speaking. Eleven of the candidates were out for debate last year. The la/it year's squad member! who are out this year are Harlan Harrion of Storm Lake and James Hogrefe of Foreman. Ark, .both lettermen last year; Vincent Armstrong of Osceola, Wendell Waterman of Ames, Gordon Klefmaa of Council Bluffs. Robert Root of Ames. Bernard Lazriowich of Sioux City, Theodore Koerner of Albany. N. Y., Oren Polln of Tlpton, George Steinmetz of -Independence and Philip Spencer of Clarion. delightful dinner party given by friends Friday evening at the Ho- - tel Story. The hostess group in- • clu<Jed, Mrs. Charles Knapp of Dei t Moines, Miss Sylvia Hoverstein. Miss Georgianna Dalzell and Mrs Thomas Hutchinson. • ' ' FoHowlng the dinner the evening 7 hours were spent at the home of ^ Mrs. Anna Mathison. Light refresh-" mwts were served at a late hour. Mrs. Hobert Is leaving Monday for Los Angeles to resume her"' work. * r MARBIAGE LICENSES I •* NEVADA-The following couple* have secured licenses to wed In the office of the county clerk h«re: Carl, Hellebo, 23, KeUey and Gladys Nagel, 23, K«Iley. Clarence B. Atwood. If, Story City and Alice Tesdall. IS, Marlon Mullikan, Jl, Oonini Nadine Jones, 18, CoUtnt, ; Harold Greiner, 27, Colo and Ckr- trude Swltzer, 28, Gilbert IT TAKES H EALTHY N ERVES TO WIN THE WORLD SERIES -X1 GIANTS "GREAT TIAM WOW and healthy nerves carried us to the top," says Bill Terry, brilliant Giants' manager. "A checl>np of the team shows that 21 out of 23 of the World Champion Cianu smoke Camel*. LONG AGO learned that Camels ate -the •JVMPY ffitVES ANO fraaut runs don't go together/* according to Mel Ott. "So I stick to my Camel* when.I get a minute to *n joy a smoke." HAROLD SCHUMACHER SAYS: "Iprefer Camels. I am a steady smoker of Camels and they never givemejumpynervesor cigaretty* aftertaste." ruffled nerves to I imoke Camels,"«ay»CarlHub- bell. "I like their mild- won't interfere with healthy nerves." WELL, THE RETURNS ARE IN. Congratulations to the new World Champions—the Giants! Rated by the experts as a hopeless contender this amazing team, playing under inspired leadership, fought successfully through one of the hardest National League races in years... and, again the It takes healthy nerves to go on winning day after day through crucial series after series...delivering time after time in the pinches. It means something when you discover that 21 out of the 23 Giants smoke Camel cigarettes. These men, to whom healthy under dog, went on to win the nerves are all-important, have World Series. f oun d that Camel's costlier tobac- It takes healthy nerves to play cos not only taste better, but also "better baseball than you know they never interfere with train- how *" ing...never jangle the nerveo. IT IS MORE FUN TO KNOW Camels are made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other popular brand. U33. B. j. Rtnoidi TobMco Ctwaar THEY NEVER GET ON YOUR NERVES

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