"BUT mm or AMU** AMES DULY TUlUjri TUfEl. HO* IOWA. WKDKX8DA7, OCTOBC1 11, 1939. : Society: Women's Church Societies to Hold Reception Thurs. Eve 'T*HE women'* locleties of the churches of Ames will hold a~ reception A tor the ministers and^thelr wives and Instructors in the public schools at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening between th hour* of 8 and 10 o'clock. The general public Is Invited. Mrs. George Richardson of the Methodist church who is serving as general chairman will b* assisted by the social committee, Mrs George Graves of the Congregational church, Mrs. W. T. Barr, St Cecilia's Catholic church, Mrs, J, P. Reid, Presbyteriaa church. The Rev. Nelson J. Horn, di-$> rector of religious education ati Iowa State college, will extend! the welcome and the response I will be given by the Rev. H. K. Hawley and Supt. M. G. Davis. Program numbers will include vocal selections, 'M3ea Fever" (Bullock) and "Thank God for Garden" (Del Riego) by Roy Young; violin numbers, "Lament of a Rose" and "Spanish Serenade" (Cecil Barlelgh) by Mrs. J. C. Oilman accompanied on the piano by Miss Ruth Gllman; "My Soul Longeth" (Marston) by Presbyterian quartet, Mrs. David McClure, Ella May Minert, Roy Young and W. P. Weiser; piano solos, "Betty's Music Box* CALENDAR (C. J. Bond).-"Nachtftuzh in F Thur «day Xfa-Jm-" (Tl C/,>itim*r\w ^ "Xnr^i... T.pnm Wednesday Ad Interim Club. Victory Club. Neewollah Club. Book and Basket Club. Woman's Rotary Club Central Circle. U. B. Aid. Piaymakers. Emanon Club. Major" (R. Schumann), "Waltz in A Flat" (Brahms), "Concert Waltz" (Rudolph Friml), Mrs. G. H. Stahley. Committees who are assisting In the reception are: Refreshments, Mrs. Silas B. Larson, Lutheran church, Mrs/Roberts, Nazarene church and Mrs. Thomas Lewis, Christian church; decorations, Mrs. Blanche Snyder, United Brethren church; program, Mrs. L. A. Wallace. Episcopal church, Mrs. W. E. Blester, Collegiate Methodist church, Mrs. F. H. McClain, Baptist church.' «> «> «• Dorcat Society Meeting Thursday The Dorcas society of the Lutheran church will meet in the church parlors at 8:15. Hosts will be members of the Lutheran brotherhood. Officers will be elected at this time. * «• * Westminister Guild To Hold Opening Meet The initial meeting of the new year of the Westminister guild of (he Collegiate Presbyterian church will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the manse. All members and friends are urged to be present. «• «> <8> Division No. 4 With Mr*. Thompson Division No. 4 of the Ladies Aid society of the First Methodist church will meet with Mrs. Sam Thompson, 1208 Clark avenue at 2:30 Thursday afternoon. Members are asked to note change in meeting place. League of Women Voters. Coterie Club. Marion Rebekah Lodge. M. E. Ladies' Aid. Presbyterian Missionary. Dorcas Society. Whittier P. T. A. Thursday Luncheon Club. Arcadia Lodge. Collegiate M. E. Aid. ' Women's Club Chorus. Bide A Wee Club. Christian Aid. Lutheran Aid. Westminster Guild. Dorcas Society. Friday Yours and Mine Club. Harvest Home Dinner. Fortnightly Club. W. R. C. Inspection. Child Study Beardshear p. T. A. Singular Club. To Entertain Needlecraft Club The Needlecraft club will meet with Mrs. R. D. Feldman, 1013 Wil son avenue for 1 o'clock luncheon Friday.' Bide-A-Wte Club With Mrs. Flauher The Bide-A-Wee Bridge club will be entertained by Mrs. O. L. Flauher, at her home 824 Wilson avenue Thursday afternoon at 2:15. Men Called Her DANGEROUS! OARBARA had money, beauty and glamour. And — she knew i*hat she vranlcd! Men ailed her dangerous. Women, more frank. eatled her a scalp-hunter. Meet fascinating, dangerous Barbara in "Forgotten Sweetheart." the sensational new serial by Mary Raymond. Lutheran Aid Meeting At Church The Ladies Aid society of the Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the church parlors. Hostesses™ will be Mesdames L. A. Pierson, F. .C. Vil- brandt, H. A. Webber, W. F. Watkins, W. D. Termohlen and Arthur Eschbach. Mrs. Andrew Christianson will lead the devotionals rnd a reading will be given by Mrs. Edwin Erickson. Mrs. Carl Hoff' will be in charge of the lesson topic, "The Mother-in-law, Naomi." Fortnightly Club With Mrs. Kimball The Fortnightly club will meet with Mrs. A. H. KimbaU, 1117 Duff avenue, Friday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. S. D. Phillips vrill be in charge of the program. Christian Aid To. Meet Thursday Christian church Ladies aid No. 1 will meet in the church Thursday at 2 o'clock. This is a group meeting. Quilting will be done at this time. First Meeting Collegiate M. E. Aid The first meeting of the fall season of the Ladies aid of the Collegiate Methodist church will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the church basement. Mrs. J. F. Dancey as hostess will be assisted by Mrs. L. K. Arnold and Mrs. 0. A. Brown. The devotions will be in charge of Mrs. W. L. Harter and Mrs. William Kunerth vrill direct the program, on "An English Mother and Her Fifteenth Child—John Wesley." <§>$><*• Thursday Luncheon Club To Meet The Thursday Luncheon club will meet Thursday at 1 o'clock with Mrs. Karl Lee, 1315 Lincoln way. 3> <§> ^> Arcadia Lodge Meeting Thursday of the eighteenth century who gave to the world cLufic&l music of the very fluuest type. A brief biography of the life of Haydn was interestingly told by Mri. Fa«>er. Mrs. W. B. Jones read from the book "Face to Face," by Isaccossoo, some very human and personal episodes from the life of the great master. The department's chorus sang from Haydn's oratorio "The Creation," the beautiful anthem, "The Heavens are Telling." An analysis of his Sonata in D. Major was given by Mrs. P. E. Jackson and played on the piano by Louise Morrison. Louise, who is but 13 years old, displayed unusual talent in her presentation of this composition. A violin solo "Serenade/ by Haydn was played by the guest artist of the evening, Mrs. F. M. Day. Mrs. Day was accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Jackson. Haydn's "Military Symphony," a piano du'-t arrangement was played by Mrs. Harold GiebelsUin and Mrs. J. C. Kaiser. The program was concluded with a. vocal number, a charming little ballad "My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair," by Mrs. E. E. Martin. Mrs. Kaiser accompanied at the piano.' A social half hour followed the program. W. R. C. To Hold Annua^ Inspection The Women's Relief corps will hold its annual inspection Friday in the I. O: O. F. hall. A covered dish luncheon at 12 o'clock will precede the Inspection. Each member is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service. •' Mrs. Marie L. Basham, of Des Moines, past national president of the W. R. C. will Inspect the corps. All officers ?.re requested to wear white. Members are reminded at this time to bring their donations to the box to be- sent to the children's hospital In Iowa City, Child Study Group To Hold Meeting The Child Study group of the Beardshear Parent-Teacher association will meet Friday afternoon at 3:30 In the school. C ^> <3> M. E. Aid Division Meeting Division Tv'o. 6 of the First Methodist Ladies aid will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 In the home of Mrs. E. H. Richardson, 115 Riverside drive. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Ed Kooser and Mrs. T. "I.' Mettlen. Division No. 2 Dinner Meeting Division. No. 2 of the Ladies aid of the First Methodist church vrill meet for 1 o'clock pot luncheon Thursday in tie church. It was erroneously announced in Tuesday's "ssue of the Tribune-Times that divisions 1 and 2 would meet. Each member is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and table service for the luncheon. 4&I A- A. uest Day Meeting Singular Club Friday The annual guest day meeting of the Singular club will be held afternoon at 2:30 at the lome of Mrs. G. E. McFarland, 205 Ridgewood. All members are urged to be iresent and to bring with them guest. WILL TAKE BIDS ON MORE PAVING Highway Commission Letting Friday Bids will be received by the Iowa State Highway commission Oct. 13 for contracts Involving 32.41 miles of paving in eight Iowa coun ties, It was announced here. Calhoun and Sac counties will receive 10.8 and 9.7 miles of paving, Lyon county 5.5 mllefl, Pocahontas 4.8 miles, Madison .6 mites, Man shall .49 miles, Boone .29 miles and Taylor .09 miles. Bids for the work of gravel surfacing a total of 20.6 miles in Page and Montgomery counties and for bridges and culverts in Lyon, Csl- houn, Madison, Pocabontag and Sac counties will be received. The commission also will receive bids for 186.7 miles of second course graveling in Page, Fremont Pottawattamie, Mills, Lee, Van Buren, Washington, Dubuque, Shelby, Audubon, Jackson, Keokuk, Pocahontas, Delaware, Montgomery, Mitchell, Allamakee, .Clinton, Jackson, Buena Vista, Sac,-Humboldt, Wright and Calhoun counties. Estimates also will be taken for furnishing 3,000 gallons of yeilow centerline' paint, 21. snow removal trucks, 10 motor graders, one gasoline dragline shovel, and three Ifrge track tractors. Wife Must Pay Alimony SAN FRANCISCO, CaL This time -it Js the woman "who pays." Thomas Folmer Juel ob- taine^ a. divorce, charging his young wife, Dorothy, had deserted him. Judge Graham ordered Mrs. Juel to pal her husband |15 monthly alimony in support' of her small daughter, given into-the father's custody. County Society News - SWEETHEART Beginning Thursday Oct. 12th Tribune-Times Members of Arcadia Lodge No. 249, A. F. and A. M. will meet Thursday in the lodge hall for practice. « <S> «> Harvest Home . Dinner Thursday The annual Harvest-Home dinner of the Congregational church will be held in the church Friday evening at 6:30. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meacham. missionaries in Africa who are spending their furlough in this country, will be guests of honor and will also speak following the dinner. The church quartet will sing "0 Lord How Manifold Are Thy Works" by Barnby, Mrs. Charles Reynolds is chairman of the dinner committee. The offering will be for Congregational missionary work. <8> 3> «> October Meeting Music Division Mrs. Don Atkinson entertained the members of the music department of thft Ames Woman's club Monday evening at her home, 604 Hodge avenue. About 35 members and guests were present Mrs. George Watson, chairman of the department presided over the business session. Mrs. D. r . p nbpr , oadcr flf bad carefully arranged •' — '—>• 4 Reading Circle Holds Initial Meeting Mrs. James P. Allison opened her home in State Center Saturday for the members of the Ladies Reading circle for the initial meeting of their fourty-third year. She did this because the president, .Mrs. E. H. Schilling, who was scheduled to be the hostess, had gone to Chicago to visit the Century of Progress exposition. A covered dish luncheon was served at 1 o'clock with Miss Alice Dobbin, Mrs. F- G. Bagge and Mrs. W. J. Whitehill, the program committee, assisting hostesses. After the luncheon there was an impromptu program with different members giving account of their summer vacation. Mrs. J. L. McMahon and Miss Alice Dobbin told of their 'rips to the world's fair at Chicago and Mrs. I. D. Kauffman related experiences and observations following a visit to Hull house in that city, where Jessie Binford, formerly of Marshalltown, is prominently connected trith, the social welfare-work. Mrs. Mary B. Stouffer described life in -Santiago, while Mrs. E. E. Benson-told interesting tales about travels thru Massachusetts. Mrs. Eva Sherman told of her participation in the reception following the inauguration of President TJ. — Grant, when she met and shook hands with the president's wife and daughter, Miss Nellie Grant. Mrs. R. Robinson recounted a trip to girlhood scenes in Illinois and Mrs. M- L. Richards described the inspiring landscape in northeastern Iowa, with Mrs. Florence Gilbert portraying the wonders of the state of Washington. A letter from Miss Helen Whitehill telling about the increased activities in the silver mines about Leadville, Colo., was read by her mother, Mrs. W. J. Whitehill. The year book discloses an interesting study for the coming nine months. For the first K weeks the subjects will be countries of the old world including Egypt, Spain, Belgium. Holland, Russia, Japan, China, India and the Holy Land. Numerous book reviews are also included In this period. The remaining weeks of the year will be,devoted to a trip thru Alaska, starting at the home of Mrs. R, Robinson on Feb. 10 and ending at the home of Mrs. W. E. Watson May 5. when the an ival and end of the calendar year will be celebrated with a covered dish luncheon. One special day noted on the calendar will be Riiest day,' January 20. at the home of Miss Amy E. Gilbert. Th<> topic for that occasion will be. "Washington, p. f.—Our vice-president general' of tbe national D. A. R. and has spent much time IL the seat of government. The annual election of officers will be held at the home of Mrs. R, Robinson on Feb. 10. Officers for the ensuing year are: Mrs. E. H. Schilling, president; Mrs. J. L. McMahon, vice president; Mrs. M. L. Richards, secretary; Mrs. R. Robinson, treasurer. Regular meetings are held each - Saturday at homes of members unless otherwise assigned. Johnson-Blackford Engagement Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Johnson of Story City announce the engagement of their daughter Lenore, Jo Kenneth Blackford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blackford of Norwalk, la. Lions Club Holds Meeting Carl Foote was program chairman at the semi-monthly meeting of the State Center Lions club at the Englewood tearoom Monday evening. A -number of subjects •were discussed Informally. A brief business session followed the o'clock dinner and adjournment was early. • D. A. R. Holds Regular Meeting *Irs. M. L. Richards entertained the members of Lucy Fellows chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, at her home in State Center Friday afternoon. It was the regular, weekly meeting and Miss Alice Dobbin bad charge of the program./giving a report of her visit to^he Century of Progress in Chicago. ,..,,'.. Mrs..W. J. Whitehiil and Mrs. L D. Kauffman also gave reports of the district meeting held in Eldora Rotations Go To Interclub Meet Tuesday About 15 Ames Rotary members of the club attended an intercity club dinner conference in Marshalltown Tuesday night with the Marshalltown club as host. Rotarians were also present from Nevada. Boone, Newton, Ackley, Eldora, • Hampton and Iowa Falls. Rabbi Eugene 'Manheim of Des Moines was the speaker of the evening, his subject being "The Greatest of Arts—the Art of Living." Four Ames Rotarians took part In the golf tournament In Marshalltown in the. afternoon, the Marshalltown team winning the trophy cup. It is planned to make this event an annual one. The Ames golfers included Prof. Tolbert MacRae, Prof. W. F. Coover, Dr. George J. Snyder and Prof. E. R. .Smith. The subject of Rotary fellowship took a foremost position at the weekly luncheon -of the Ames club in the Sheldon-Mann hotel, Monday noon." Rae and John charge. Giacomo Peronl of Rome, Italy, tbe first Rotarlan in .Rome, was special guest at the meeting. He is at Iowa State college for short time, delegated by the [talian government to Investigate the corn waste research experiments here. For his benefit. Professor MacRae led the club in singing 'Santa Lucia," a Neopolitan boat song, which cemented the friendship of the Italian guest for the Ames Rotarians.. Professor Mac- Ames were in Whites parents, Mr. and Mr*. G. A. Kimble. M. and Mrs. Griffith visited with Mr». .Griffith's sister, Mrs. Charles Kirby and husband in Ames. Alfred Lawton. freshman student at Simpson college, Indianola, spent the week end In the home of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Lawton. Guests in the home o; the Rev. and Mrs. Charles Pickfor4 Sunday included, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Eller and daughter Erma and Mis» Helen Eller all of Hubbard and Mr. and Mr|. Scott Monroe of Anamoea. Mi»s Edna Clerking and Miss Mabel Porter accompanied by Mr. Graham spent the week end in the home of Miss Porter'i people in Peru. Mr; and Mrs. E. G. Lager and FAOfc 5SHMP— BOA Jimmie spent tb« week e»4 IB New Albin with Mr. Lager's people. En route home Sunday th«y •topped for a visit with friend* in CV dar Falls. Free hint to Protester Moley U conducting his new magazine- Why not cash Is on ike ioi»«j •*! ries of "Ex" books with a serial to b« called "Ex-Brain Truitee"? The Most Comprehensive f Display of MEN'S SHOES Ever Attempted in Ames Will Be On Parade at Our Store Next Friday and Saturday, Oct. 13-14 Nevada Society Niws *nd last week. Entertains Kilutsua Club Miss Jane Lough was hostess Monday evening to tbe members of he Kilutsua club at. its first meet- ng of the new year, r Officers elected at this time were, Vere Padleford, president, and Jane Lough, secretary treasurer. The- evening was devoted to >ridge and high score prizp was r'pn by Lois Ayers and consolation y Zelma Olson. Refreshments were served by the ostess at a late hour. Those present were: Vero Padle- ford, Amy Johnston, Dorothy Allen, Lillian Peterson, Irene Williams, Zelma Olson, Lois Ayers, Helen Plavets, Beulah McCounell, and Jane Lough, members, and Evelyn Askeland and Loise Pincombe, guests. Wedding Invitations For Weeks-Huff Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Weeks have sent out invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Elma Lucille to Glen E. Huff which will be an event of Oct. 12 in the Nevada Church of Christ. The ceremony is to be performed at 6:30. Both Miss Weeks and Mr. Huff are graduates of the Ne~ada high school. MR. CARL P. ORTLUND, the factory representative of the Freeman Shoe Corporation, featuring Freeman Famous Shoes for Men, will be at our store Friday and Saturday, Oct. 13 and 14, to conduct a special showing of the season's 'outstanding styles in MEN'S FINE, SHOES. A STYLE FAVORITE in FREEMAN-SIS, MEN! Select your Fall shoes during this special showing. The most complete factory sample line on display Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14 Are you hard to fit? Are you hard to please? Then we urge you to take advantage of this opportunity to see "What's New" and be fitted In the shoes you like best. All styles are included, from the smart new style hits to the more refined and conservative type. Men's sizes 5 to 14. Widths AAA to EEE. Yes, we can fit you. We consider the Freeman Shoe for Men America's outstanding line of men's shoes selling at popular prices. Priced at • ; , $ 4 $ 5 DON'T MISS IT! ORDERING FROM THIS SPECIAL SHOWING IS JUST LIKE GETTING CUSTOM BUILT SHOES—AT REGULAR PRICES! Mr. and Mrs. A. E. White .and Mr. and Mrs. John Griffith of Churdan spent the week end in Nevada with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. White were guests in the home of Mrs. B Shoes That Satisfy auge Shoe Co. Ames, Iowa YOUR nerves? Jangled nerves can lose a man his job One of the dangers of jangled nerves is that the victim is often not aware of his own condition: Jangled nerves can betray us into sharp Tetorts that not only hurt others— but ourselves as well. If you find yourself working under pressure—if you have any worries on your mind—then watch your nerves. Get your full amount of sleep every night Eat regularly and sensibly. Find time for recreation. And smoke Camels —for Camel's costlier tobaccos never get on your nerves. program from tlu- ii'fo atu | , vorks Njlt , ona ' t capi'tnl," ami will h<> ,|( S of Haydn, nn Austrian composer-] cussed b> thn hostess, who is pnst COSTLIER TOBACCOS Camels are made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other popular brand of cigarettes! 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