Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 10, 1933 · Page 6
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•< BUT BXTTKIXV AXZr» AXTM DAILY TEXBUKB TimEt. AMM, IOWA. TUB8DAY, OCTOBBK 10, 1933. Ninety-seven Pledges Announced For Iowa State College Sororities T HE SORORITY women's organized rushing ended Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock when 97 pledges for 10 houses were announced from the office of Mrs. Iza W. Merchant, director of social life at Iowa State college. This 'number is -larger than at any time when the preschool rushing system wa« used. According to the .Rev. LeRoy S. Burroughs, the dlsintersted party who served as intermediary and made up the lists, the girls were almost unanimously given their first preferences. • Miss Evelyn Covault, presidents ; — : of the Kappa Delta sorority and of the Women's Pan-Hellenic council is very enthusiastic over the success of this year's rushing. Miss Covault feels that the new ideas inducted into the rushing program this year, among them the split teas for two days and elimination of noon parties, assisted materially in making this season so successful. The ten day rushing period after school opens is much-more satisfactory than the former five day preschool rushing as was practiced at Iowa State for many years. Last year the delayed informal rushing was inaugurated among the women's sororities. Gamma Phi Beta — Beverly B. Beaty, Des Moines; Evelyn Bergstrom, Davenport; June Beverly, Sioux City; Mary Frances Brewer, MarshalHown; Jeannette Elwood, Ames; Jeannette Gilliland, Sioux City; Blanche E, Grimer, Renwick, la.; Jane Goodwin, Des Moines; Dorothy M. Haley, Sioux City; Helen Hollowell, Ames; Vera Joyce Horswell, Estherville; Feme Karnes, Ames; Winifred Moore, Waterloo; Dorothy Ann Nordberg, Evanston, 111.; Irma Paul, Marshalltown; Bobette Ramsey, Des Moines; Joan Schwarz, Freeport, 111.; Catherine Wormack, St. Louis, Mo. Pi Beta Phi —Betty Bergman, Ames; Betty Blanco,. Aberdeen, S. D.; Martha Bonnett, Chariton; Julia Bramhall, Des Moines; Esther Cruickshank, Boone; Emily May Fischer, Marshalltown; Catherine French, Des Moines; Mar- : garet E. Hanse, Des Moines; Jane Hawkins, Council Bluffs; Helen Lawrence Johnson, Ames; Helen King, Ames; Margaret Markert, Louisa; Dorothy Meyer, Council Bluffs; Mary Jane Nelson,'Ames; Margery Newell, Eldora; Louise Orr, Sioux City; Helen Rasmus, Cherokee; Martha Roberts, Mason City; Martha J. Stangl, Flemington, N. J.; Mary L. Stewart, Little Rock, Ark.; Virginia Stewart, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Jean Straight, Ames; Jane M. Suttle, , Aberdeen, S. D.; Jeanne Temple, Mason City;' Roberta Weirich, Jacksonville, 111. » Delta Delta Delta—Jayne Anderson, Sionx,-City; Jane<B.aum, Omaha, Neb.; Frances M. Carpenter, Casper. Wyo.; Margaret Hadley, Ackley; Janet Jones, Ames; Alice Liberman, Salt Lake City, Utab; Ardith Luithly, Rubio; Mary Elizabeth Prather, Denver, Colo.; Alice Rupe, Des Moines; Veronica Tracy, Storm Lake. Kappa Delta—Maxine Callender, Estherville; Grace Cunningham, Storm Lake; Dorothy Dixon Plymouth; Grace ,-.: DUon, Plymouth; Sabra Hughes, Ames; Pauline Her. Ames; Frances Miller, Ames; Wanda Nelson, Batavia; Lavolla O'Neill, Cornfrey, Minn.;, Wilma Raynor, Ames; Carol Smith, Oakland; Lorna Togstad, Charles City. Chi Omega—Martha Brandt, West Liberty; Carol Critzman, Ames; Genevra Faber, Ames; Lillian Feucht. Sterling, Colo.; Joy Forbes, Duluth; Mary Gail For- CALENDAR Tuesday Tues. Bridge Luncheon. Progressive Bridge. San Souci Club. Pythian Sisters. Laura Chapter 0. E. S. Clark Ave. Club Postponed. Apres Midi. ' Draina Div. F. W. C.- Bon Temps Club. ' Tuesday Club. Readers Club. Entre Nous Club. Wednesday Ad Interim Club. Victory Club. Neewollah Club. Book and Basket Club. Woman's Rotary club Central Circle. U. B. Aid. Playmakers. Emanon Club. Thursday League of Women Voters. Coterie Club. Marion Rebekah Lodg€". Harvest Home Dinner. M. E. Ladies Aid. Presbyterian Missionary. Dorcas Society. Whittier P. T. A. Friday Yours and Mine Club. Dempsey fought Firpo for the World's Championship, Firpc shot a right to the jaw that lifted tin chajnp clear out of the ring. Jack woult have landed on a sharp pine board anc would probably have been out — o: worse. But the crowd was packed in s< tight that it couldn't move out of thi way, and outstretched hands preventce Jack from completir.g the fall, t crowded house was Jack Dcmpsey'i LUCKY BREAK. Thert>, a LUCKT BREAK i* ifor* for rot; of... TILDEN'S Dependable Since 1869 man, Ames; Harriet Garfield, La Mesa, Calif.; Doris Heron, Montevideo, Uruguay; Marian King, Ruthven; Fern Martens, Martendale; Eleanor McQnilkin, Fort Dodge ;Mary Jane McRaith, Cedar Rapids; Elizabeth Robertson, Mitchell, S. D.; Marjory Simmons, Aplington. Zeta Alpha—Eugenie Curless, Des Moines; Ruth Everts, Ames; Janet Lewis, Denmark; Sybil Williamson, Albuquerque, N. M. Alpha Delta Pi—Alice Abbott, Osceola; Marjorie lies, Des Moines; Irene Stewart, Scranton. Alpha Gamma Delta— Helen Darragh, Cedar Rapids; Florence .Hiniker, Hastings, Minn.; Mildred Hinlker, Hastings, Minn.; Martha Irwin, New Virginia; Vernette M. Johnson, Washington; Gloria Rapp, Council Bluffs; Roberta Reading, Churdan. Delta Zeta—Margaret Potter, Boone; Ruth D. Whiting, Ames; Alice Wortman, Ames. Sigma Kappa— Helen Alexander, Ames. <§> «- <8> Playmakers To Meet Wednesday The Playmakers will meet Wednesday evening at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. B. W. Hammer, ?01 Lynn avenue. 3> ® ^ To Entertain Emanon Club Mrs. J. W./Prather will be hostess to mem'bers of the Emanon club Wednesday evening at S o'clock at ;-er home, 1109 Roosevelt avenue. Mrs. T. J. Link is the assisting hostess. '$ <«> «g> Presbyterian Missionary Society To Meet Thursday The Woman's Missionary society of the Collegiate Presbyterian church will meet in the church parlors Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. T. F. Vance will speak on "Pandita Ramabai" giving the story of her life..-.Mrs. G. A. Polhemus will give.news flashes from the Philippine' islands. Devotionals will be in charge "f Mrs. Henry Sill and Mrs. J. P. Reid is chairman of the hostess committee. .* <& <S Business Women Hold Meeting Monday The senii-itonthly meeting of the Ames chapter Business and Prof essional Women's club was a de lightfully interesting guest day af fair held Monday evening in th< recreational parlor at the college Y. W. C. A. Approximately 50 members and guests were in atten dance. Miss Frances Fish, club president, presided during, the brie: business session and then turnec the meeting over to Miss Elsie Elliott membership chairman 'who was responsible for the evening's program. Miss Elliott was assisted in planning the program by Mrs, Willa Hartman and Marie Graner Mrs. Hartman announcing the numbers. The program opened with two violin solos by a talented young (Continued on Page Four) Sixth District Of I. F. W. G To Hold Meet The thirty-sixth annual meeting of the sixth district of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs will be held Oct. 24 and 25 In. the state hospital auditorium in Woodward. Ames, being Included in the sixth district, quite a number from the local federated women's clubs are planning to attend. Mrs. C. M. Porter, president of the Woodward Women's club wijl be the local chairman, Mrs. P. M. Longshore is hospitality chairman. Mrs. Charles Clarke of Adel, secretary and Mrs. Channing Smith of. Granger, treasurer. Addresses will be given on the afternoon of Oct. 24 by Miss Agn_s Samuelson, state superintendent of public instruction; Prof. Royal Holbrook, Iowa State college, and Mrs. H. C.. Houghton, jr., of Red Oak, first vice-president, I. F. W. C. The dinner at 6:30 will be served in the auditorium and during the hour Miss Helen Cunningham of Perry will present her pupils in a program of dance and musical numbers. That evening also, Gov. Clyde Herring will extend greetings and addresses will be given by 0. H. Michael of Ottumwa, chairman of the state board of control of state institutions; Mrs. Eugene Henely, of Grinnell, president of the I. F. W. C.; Guy M. Gillette of Cherokee, ninth district congressman. On Wednesday morning, Oct. 25. Mrs. D. J. Glomset of Des Moines will discuss eugenics. County chairmen will report also present club presidents. In the afternoon Pearl Bennett Broxam, of the extension service at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, will talk on "Self-expression Thru Drama" and Wilda Spencer Goode of Des Moines will direct a one act play. An exhibit of handwork will be open for inspection on the .second floor of the state school building in which, meetings will be held. An opportunity will be given delegates and visitors to see the hospital at the close of the afternoon program of the first day of the convention. Nevada Society and Convent Wins Language prize MONTREAL O)— The convent of the Presentation of Mary, at St Hyacinthe, Que., has been awarded the v French Language prize 'of the French Acamedy, Paris, for 1933, it is announced The prize amounts to 5,000 francs. The award vras made in recognition of the work done by the Sis- To Entertain Catholic Guild The Catholic Ladies guild will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe Donaldson for the regular afternoon social meeting. * * # Is Hottest To R. E. K. Club Mrs. Otto Ogliie was hostess Thursday afternoon to members ot the Red Eagle Kensinglnton clnb at her home. Twelve members and Mrs. Ernie- Vincent and -Mrs. .Byron Mollanix, guests, were present.- A covered dish luncheon preceded the regular program. The next meeting'Oct. IS will be held at the home of Mrs. Paul Peterson. <*> Wednesday Bridge Club To Meet Mrs. G. Ray Connolly will be hostess to the members of the Wednesday evening at 7:45. Sheriff J. R. Hattery and Dr. Bush Houston returned Sunday night from a five day hunting and fishing trip to Camp Quinn, Nisswa, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Collins of Eldora visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Davisson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lowxey and son Joe of Amboy, Minn., were week-end guests in the home of P. E. Shugart. The Lowrey family formerly resided in Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. J. Sundeen and daughter Lois, of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hougen ; of Ames, and Miss Ii*ne Hougen of Des Moines were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs; Julius Hougen on Ninth street, Guests in the Charles Alderman home Sunday included: Mr. and Mrs. Dave Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fry of Maxwell, Mrs. A. E. Lough and on Harve of Shipley and Mrs. George Barker of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Ringhelm and Mr. and Mrs. G. Ray Connolly spent Friday in Waterloo attending the Dairy congress. George E. Harlan of Chico, Calif., is in Nevada for a visit with his brother. W. H Harlan. Mrs. Emil Cole of Nevada underwent a minor operation at the Iowa sanitarium here Monday. She is reported to be getting along nicely. ters in preserving French language and culture in North America. The order has 62. institutions in Canada and the United States. H. Eco. Assn. Holds Annual Session Sat. The annual convention of students of home economics was held in the new Commons building at Iowa State Teachers college campus at Cedar Falls, Saturday, Oct. 1. Fifteen of the 21 affiliated clubs were represented. These were high school clubs from Belle Plain, Belmond, Elgin, Gladbrook, Grinnell, Manchester, Monona, Moravia, Radcliffe and Tipton, and college clubs from Coe. Cedar Rapids, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Simpson, Indianola; Iowa State college, Ames, and Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. The total registration exceeded 175. Gladbrook was .represented by the largest number, 27 girls, and Radcliffe was a close second with 26 girls. The University of I wa club had 23 members present. . Miss Tva Bray ton, of I. S. T. C., and president of the Students Koine Economics club presided during the morning session which opened at 10 a. m. Dr. Beatrice Geiger, head of the home economics division at I. S. T. C. welcomed the groups and roll call was answered by each club responding with a club or school song. Greetings from the state home economics associations was given by Dean Genevieve Fisher of Iowa State college. Miss Alice Dahlen, Iowa State college, state student club advisor, presented the program of work and study by the American Home Economics association for the year 1933-34. Reports of an -important home economics association meeting held in June in Milwaukee was given by Elinor Mickulask and Virginia Hinz from the University of Iowa. The business of the club was discussed and luncheon was sery- e'd in the Commons dining room. I. S. T. C. students entertained during the luncheon hour. Between the hours of 1 and 1 o'clock delegates were "permitted to view exhibits and tour the campus. Miss Eleanor Apple, Iowa State college, vice-president of the group, presided during the afternoon session. Miss Mate Giddings from the University of Iowa was the main speaker. Separate round tables were conducted for high school and college clubs. Miss Hazel McKibben and Miss Marguerite Wherry, Iowa State college, and .Miss Olivette Therson of Tipton led in the high school discussions on finance projects and programs. Mrs. Paul Kay. Coe college, Miss Gertrude Shell, Iowa State college, led the college group. The meeting was concluded with a tea given by the hostess group. New officers of the organization for the coming year are: Martha Katherine Riggs, Simpson college, president; Ruth Aurner, Univer- sity of Iowa, vice-president; Margaret Gardner, Tipton high school, secretary-treasurer. The organization accepted the invitation extended by Simpson college to hold the 1934 convention at Indianola. Attending the meeting from Ames were: Dean Genevieve FAOBTniB Fisher, Hazel McKibhen, Alle* Dahlen, Gertrude Shell, Marguerite Wherry, Sally Jone«. Eleanor Apple, Marjorie Quire, BUncht Rosa. Wonder if all these young kogt the government is Dnying up «re destined for the port barrel. ]"[[) TEACHES A LESSON ^8y-oiffiKl—- DAD: Ted, I'm aony. we came on this World's Fair trip ... I feel BO rotten. TH>: I know the trouble, Dad! You need bran—just the thing Dr. Hate advised for me lart ye»rl DAD: No bran for me... I don't like itt TED: You'll IHce my^kind—Post's 40% Bran Flakes. It tastes delicious and it contains bran you need. DAD: That was s mighty good tip: son. Tiiis is the best breakfast food I've ever tasted! TED: Yes, and It sure does make you feel tip-top too, doesn't it. Dad? BACK HOME AGAIN MOTHER: Now both "ray boys" keep fit.. .with this crisp, tempting break- faotfood ire eat regularly—each mom- ing. How we love its grand flavor! HERE-IN ONE DELICIOUS CEREAL "•«, BRAN ..; for benefits you need OTHER PARTS OF WHEAT for flavor you love! Post's 40% Bran Flakes contains 40% bran for bulk most people need to keep food moving along the intestinal tract ... to help ward off constipation due to insufficient bulk in the diet. But— it contains other parts of wheat, too. And in this combination of bran and other parts of wheat is the secret of its marvelous flavor. And of its high nutritive value ... its rich content of phosphorus, iron and precious Vitamin B. So eat Post's 40% Bran Fkkes regularly. You'll love it! And it costs so little. Your grocer has it— a product of General Poods. e G. r. &*».. mi POST'S 4 O % BRAN FLAKES Farm Bureau And 4'H Clubs j Annual Grant Twp. Bureau Meeting Friday I The annual Grant townsihp farm i bureau meeting will be held in the North Grant school Friday evening. A picnic supper will be served at 7 o clock and each family is asked to bring two covtred dishes, sandwiches and table service. During the business session officers for the year will be elected. An Interesting program which will inr.lmlp community singing, motion pictures niu( mlscollanoous nutr- hrrs will he jireat ntod. n. J. Montgomery county agout will BDoak. THE FINEST TOBACCOS THE FI1VEST WORKMANSHIP Copyright, 1933, The American Tobacco CotnDini. sruvayd These days, smokers pay more at- . Brimful of the choicest Turkish tention to their cigarettes. Natu- and Domestic tobaccos—with- rally they're talking about the out loose ends. That's why way Luckies are made. Always so Luckies draw easily, burn evenly round, so firm and fully packed, and are so mild—so smooth. "it's toasted " FOR THROAT PROTECTION-FOR BETTER TASTE LUCKIES PLEA

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