Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 7
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 7

Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1933
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'BUT B1TRB DT AJdf" AMES DAILY TRHU1IB TMH.. AMU. IOWA. THU18DAY, OCTOBER 12, 1933. -; Society;- Faculty Women's Club Opens New Year With a Reception A DELIGHTFUL reception to greet new members of the faculty was -t"Mhe form of the October general assembly of the Faculty Women's plub held Wednesday afternoon in Great Hall, Memorial Union Mrs. R. K. Bliss and Mrs. C. E. Friley introduced members and guests to the officers in the receiving line: Mrs M D Helser t>resi dent; Mrs. T. R. Agg. first vice-president; Mrs. H. H. Kildee, second vice-president; Mrs. W. M. Vernon, secretary; Mrs. D. A. Moulton treasurer; Mrs. O. R. Sweeney, historian; Mrs. Tolbert MacRae, custodian and Mrs. J. A. Wilkinson, chairman of the friendship committee Mrs. Helser announced the pro-€>"' gram: A reading, "Cherry Bios-' Boms" by Van Tassel Sutphen, given by Mrs. Robley Winfrey in her usual charming manner. The colorful Japanese setting, costume and tragic love affair of the Nippon maiden were all effectively portrayed. Ira Schroeder played two piano selections, "Losplro" by Liszt, and "Valse Etude" by Saint Saens, his delightful interpretations calling for an encore to which he responded with the lovely "Waltz in G Flat" by Chopin. At the close oT the program .. social hour was enjoyed during which tea was served at the east end of Great Hall. Mrs. Helser and Mrs. Agg presided at the tea and coffee urns, the long table being most attractive with its appointments of brass, tall lavender tapers, ageratum and marigolds. The social committee of the afternoon, of which Mrs. A. H. Kimball was the chairman, was assisted at the tea hour by Mrs. J. R. Sage and Mrs. D. B. Demerritt. Others on the committee were Mesdames Bliss, Burroughs, Carr, Gilkey, Jacobs, Merrill, Plagge and Winfrey. « « * Luncheon Courtesy For Ame« Visitor •Members o£ the'Wimodausis club held a covered dish luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ella Yeakel, 1203 Second street as a courtesy for Mrs. J. W. Merrill, former Ames resident who had been spending several days in the locality with friends. Mrs. Merrill left that afternoon for Toledo O., for an extended visit with her son Mai and family. « « « Entertains Utopia Club Mrs. Mary O'Brien was hostess Wednesday to members of the Utopia club at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. J.. Cure, 1228 Orchard drive. A delightful covered dish luncheon was served at 12 o'clock and all members but one were present. The afternoon hours were spent socially following the brief business session. CAHNDAG Thursday League of Women Voters. Coterie dab. Marion Rebekah Lodge. M. E. Ladies Aid. Presbyterian Missionary. Dorcas Society. Whittler P. T! A. Thursday Luncheon Club. Arcadia Lodge. Collegiate M. E. Aid. Women's Club Chorus. Bide A Wee Club. ' Christian Aid. Lutberar Aid. Westminster Guild. Dorcas Society. Friday Yours and Mine Club. Harvest Home Dinner. Fortnightly club. W. R. C. Inspection. Child Study Beardshesu P. T. A. Singular Club. Twentieth Century Club. Joshua Chapter. Star Circle. N. A. L. C. Auxiliary. N. A. L. C. Aux, Meeting Friday The regular meeting of the National Association" of Letter Carriers auxiliary will be held Friday evening at the home of Mrs. W. A. Ricketts, 618 Hodge-avenue. Twentieth Century Club To Meet Friday The Twentieth Century club will meet with Mrs. J. P. Reid, 2812 Lincoln way Friday afternoon at 2:30. Hostesses are Mrs. Reid and Mrs. 'da Kennedy. This will be a club guest day meeting and each member is privileged to bring a guest 3> 4> «> Stated Meeting Joshua Chapter Joshua Chapter No. 127 R. A. M. will hold a stated meeting Friday evening In the Masonic temple. SUp Circle To Meet Friday The Star Circle of the Lutheran church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. I. E. Erickson, 818 Carroll avenue. - Skogerboe-Olson Wedding Friday Miss Irene Skogerboe, daughter of Peter Skogerboe of Story City, and George Olson, former Ames man, son of Frank Olson of Tampa Fla., were united in marriage Fri- day, Oct. 6, in a ceremony jpeffonu- ed in the Lutheran, pai*pitaf» In Deg Moines, The Rev. Mr. Rasmus* sen jre»d the gervice »t 7 o'clock. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Matgon of Story City, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Swenson of Des Moines, Elenore Mekemson of Des Moines and Harold Olson of Ames. A three Course dinner was served in the Younkera.tearoom after the ceremony. The bride was graduated from the Story City high school in 1927 and completed her nurses training at the Iowa Lutheran hospital in 1931. The groom is a graduate of Ames high school and of Iowa State college. He was for several years connected with the Olson greenhouse here and now holds a position with a floral shop in Des Moines.. ,. ^ «> & Rotary Club Enjoys '* Hallowe'en Dinner Party Members of the Ames Woman's Rotary club enjoyed a Hallowe'en dinner party Wednesday evening in the Colonial tearoom. Hostesses were Mrs. E. E. Everts and Miss Esther Lindblad. Covers were arranged for 20 members at five small tables covered with lace cloths and centered with tall black tapers in orange holders. The orange and black color scheme-was carried out in the dinner appointments and in the clever decorations -of black cats, witches, and gay festoons in the tearoom. Favors were chrysanthemums. Light was furnished by the tall tapers both during the dinner and while the canny black garbed witch disclosed the fortunes of the members as she found them on the cards. The committee for the Thanksgiving party, Nov." g is Mrs,. Florence Freese, chairman, Mrs. Thurza Shugart and Mrs. Irene Hedden. •$> 4> <& Tesdall-Atwood Marriage Is Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Alice Tesdall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Tesdall of Storr city and Clarence Atwood, son oi Mrs. Minnie Atwood of Story City which took place Friday evening, Oct. 6, at 7 o'clock. The cererfony was performed in the parsonage of the United Brethren churc in Ames with the Rev. J. S. Uhlenhopp officiating. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tesdall of Ames. The couple will reside in Cedar Rapids. 4> •«>•€> Entertain At veuttf Courtesy The Catholic Daughters of America from St. Mary's church at Colo, SL Cecilia's church at Ames and S. S. P/eters and Pauls of Lafayette township held a kitchen shower Wednesday evening in St. Cecilia's church basement as a courtesy for their monitor, Miss Gertrude Switzer, who will be a bride In October. The courts presented Miss Swit- £er with a table mirror and she also received many useful gifts for her kitchen. Refreshments were served during the later evening. Nevada Society News and We kindly ask that all society item's and lodge notices be phoned or brot to the Tribune-Times office not later than 11 a. m. on the day of publication. It will be impossible to accept any notice to ; appear in the society column for the current day's issue, after that hour. Items may be phoned to 2400 between the hours of 7:30 and 11 a. m. The deadline for Saturday's issue is 8 a. m. Church Celebrates Second Anniversary ; Approximately 250 persons attended the banquet held in- the Methodist church here Wednesday evening celebrating the second anniversary, of the church's dedication. Dinner was served at 6:30 p. m. in the church basement by members of the ladies aid society. The affair was also a welcome to the Rev. G. A. Lawtoa, pastor of the church, and his family, j The dinner program included seven short talks, the first letter of each of the subjects being a letter in "Lawtons." Frank Kinsman spoke on "Leadership;" Mrs. H. G. Ambrose, " Activity;" DeForrest Mate, "Worship;" Virgil Ray, "Talents;" Mrs. Beulah Freeiand, "Otii- ers"; Lucille Clemmer, "New Life;" Mrs. M. Biddison, "Spiritual Life." <*> ^> 4 1 D. A. R. Holds Regular Meeting Mrs. Sallie Adams was hostess Tuesday afternoon to members of | the Daughters of" the American Revolution. Roll call was answered ; by giving current events and a short business sesion was held. Members voted to plant a tree next spring in memory of the chapter's deceased members. It was also decided that the group assist in furnishing reading material for the reforestation camp near Boone as a part of the 'Americanization program of the chapter. County Society News Mrs. w. W. Horras returned Saturday from Grinnell where'she had spent several days with her mother who is ill. Olaf Davidson returned Tuesday from Iowa City where be had been a patient for a week in the University hospital. Miss Anna Dougherty of Des Moines has been spending a few days with friends. Mrs. Don Davidson ot Des Moines is spending .the week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Dickens. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pond of north of Nevada, returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives in T>es Moines, Valley Junction, Runnells and Percy. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buck,.of Melbourne, were guests Tuesday in the home of Mr. Buck's cousin and wife. Mr. sud Mrs. John Allen. Miss Elaine Pearson, who is employed in .a Nevada office, had her tonsils removed last week at her home in Baxter. She is reported to be recovering satisfactorily. Addlson Carter, of El Centro, luBifli •fSttEf^f*^ Hi Help Prevent Fires-October 8 to 14 This week is set aside to emphasize the importance of guarding against fire. Do your part to prevent loss of life and property. Then, as always, Mow these precautions for greater safety. Extinguish matches before throwing away. Do not use inflammable substances for cleaning. Burn rubbish, put out camp fires, keep matches away from children! It's a patriotic obligation. Iowa's Bonfire Last Year Cost $6,626,965.00 In one year, more than half a million dollars worth of property in Iowa was destroyed thru careless use of matches and careless smokers ALONE. Property valued at $9,773 was destroyed by fire IN AMES during the first nine months of this year, and one life was lost in a fire. DO YOUR PART IN PREVENTING FIRES! This fire prevention lesson sponsored by the following Ames insurance men— MCDOWELL & JACOBSON KNAPP & MARTIN, INC. C J. LYNCH Insurance Agency F. BROWN G. FERGU<£>N, Ins. EM] HF^ BR ° S ' »<v> ii/r • al £st ate — Loans —• Insurance m Maln 322 Main-Phone 196 CF. BURTON Ins. Agency Lafayette Country Club Holds Meeting The Lafayette Country club held its regukr meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs Fred Hendrickson In Story City. Program numbers Included: Read ing, Mrs. Clarence Sowers; songs by trio, Ruth Howland, Neah May Paulson and June Matnison; reading of club newspaper prepared by Rudolph Iverson. Arnold Peterson and Clarence Reischauer; piano solo, June Mathison. Refreshments were served by hostess at the conclusion of the evening. L gion Auxiliary To Hold Meeting The American Legion auxiliary of Story City will meet Friday afternoon Oct. 20 with Mrs. E. G. Wiggin. There will be-election of officers at this time. <» * «• * Hostess To Sorosit Club The regular meeting of the Sor- osis club was held Tuesday afternoon at. the -home of Mrs. Henry Matson in S^ory City. The regular l., v,-ho was called to Nevada by he death of his grandfather, the late E. H. Addlson. is spending two weeks with his grandmother before returning to > California. Elder and Mrs. W. A, McKibben returned Tuesday from Arlington, Neb., where they visited with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKibben. business sessioa was followed by the presentation of the lesion on "British Isles and Canada," by Mrs. Herman Abrens. The club Intends to study geography during the coming year. At the close of the afternoon refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Serral Munsen Oct. 24. Mrs. S. E. Egeland will be in charge of the lesson. Anglert Club Enjoys Dinner Meeting The Anglers club of Slater enjoyed a fish dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nelson Wednesday evening. Following the dinner Mr. and Mrs. Freebert Riis were Initiated into the club. A program of games and contests followed. To Hold Reception For Pastor and Wife A reception will be held for the returned pastor of the Methodist church of Slater, the Rev. G. C. Swain and wife, Friday evening Oct. 13 ia the church. All members of the church and friends are cordially invited to participate. Entertains At Pre Nuptis! Shower Mrs. Archie Swenson and Mrs. Skore entertained at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening at their home in Story City as a courtesy for Miss Alice Tesdall. The evening hours were spent socially and refreshments -were served by the hostess. The- honoree received many lovely gilts. Miss Tesdall became the bride of Clarence Atwood, also of Story City, in a ceremony performed Friday evening in the United Brethren church parsjnage at Ames. The couple are at home in Cedar Rapids. «> « * Story City Legion To Elect Officers The American Legion of Story City will meet Thursday evening Oct. 12 in the city hall for election of officers. ?API TgM» H^H^^^WSMBB To Entertain F. F. Club Thurt. The Friendly Farmers club be entertained Saturday evening, Oct. 21 at the home of Mr. u* Mrs. Magnus Hornesa - in Story City. RUMMAGE SALE! At M. E. Church Basement Saturday, October 14 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. r MARRIAGE LICENSES NEVADA—The following couple las secured a license to wed in lie office of the county clerk here: Clarence Hall, 25, Roland and Viohtte Jacobson, 18, Radcllffe. LUCKY DAY SALE FRIDAY October 13th DISCOUNT 10% ANY CASH SALE One day x only. Buy your shoes Lucky Day! Brannberg & Aim Famous Footwear for the Family >•. , Downtown—Ames me what makes a cigarette taste better makes anything taste better? It's what is in it that makes a thing taste better. CHESTERFIELDS taste better because we buy ripe tobaccos. These ripe tobaccos are aged two and a half years—thirty months. During this time the tobaccos improve— just like wine improves by ageing. CHESTERFIELDS taste better because they have the right kind of home-grown tobaccos and Turkish Tobaccos "welded together." We hope this answers your question. Wi, U,wn 6 MVM* TOBACCO Co. the cigarette that's MILDER the cigarette that TASTES BETTER A.

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