Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 13, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 8

Ames, Iowa
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Friday, October 13, 1933
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1MW DULY TUlOlfB AMI*. IOWA. TODAY, OCTOBKI 13, 1933 PAQB Large Number Attend Reception Thursday at Presbyterian Church O NE of the larger social affairs of early fall held in the community was the delightful reception extended to the instructors of the Ames public schools and to ministers and their wives, Thursday evening in the Collegiate Presbyterian church. The affair was sponsored by women's organizations from the 11 churches in the city and was attended by a large "representation of special gueste and townspeople. , The church was beautifully decorated with baskets of colorful leaves, rail flowers and greenery. » The address of welcome address of welcome wa» given by the R«*. Nelson P. Horn, director of religious education at Iowa State college and responses •were given by the Her. EL K. Hawley and Supt. M. G. Davis. The splendid program given at intervals during the reception hours, 8 to 10 o'clock wa* in charge of Mrs. L. A. Waflace and Included the following numbers: Vocal selections, "Sea Fever," (Bullock) "Thank God For a Garden," (Del Rlego) Roy Young; violin solos, "Lament of a Rose," and "Spanish Serenade" (Cecil Burleigh). Mrs. J. C. Oilman accompanied on the piano by Miss Ruth Oilman; vocal number. "My Soul Longeth" (Marston) by the Presbyterian church quartet, Mrs. David McClure, Mrs. Ella May Minert, Roy Young and W. P. Weiser; piano solos, "Betty's Music Box" (C. J. Bond) "Nachtfttuh In F. Major" (R. Schuman), "Waltt in A Flat" (Brahms), "Concert Walti" (Rudolph Friml) by Mrs. G. H. Stanley. Mrs. George Richardson of the First--Methodist churcTh was general chairman and was assisted by her social committee, Mrs. W. T. Barr, St Cecilia's church, Mrs. George Graves, Congregational church and Mrs. J. P. Reid, presby- terias church. ' Tea and wafers were served. Mrs. Silas B. Larson of the Lutheran church as chairman of the refreshment committee, poured and was assisted by her committee. The tea table was covered with a lovely lace cloth and a color scheme of yellow and white was carried out in the flowers and tapers. Silver service was used. Parlor hostesses were: Mrs. C. H. Anthony and Mrs. W. H. Root. Methodist church; Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Yocum, Nazarene church; Mrs. Shugart, Mrs. C. S. Jackson, Baptist; Mrs. G. J. Snyder, Mrs. J. B. Wentz, Congregational church; Mrs. L. A. Wallace, Mrs. D, B. Dermeritt, Episcopal church; Mrs. 0. L. Ruggles, Mrs. F. C. Dana, Church of Christ; Mrs. T. E. LaVelle, Mrs. W. T. Barr, St. Cecilia's church; Mrs. N, H. Jacobson, Mrs. C. R. Hoff, Lutheran church; Mrs. H. E. Blester, Mrs O. A. Brown, Collegiate Methodist church; Mrs. J. A. Snyder, Mrs. C; D. Deal, United Brethren church. Mr*. J. A. Ssyder of the, United Brethren, was In charge of the decorations. « «. « Cntre Nous Dinner Club Meeting The Entre Nous Dinner club will be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dragoun at a 6:30 dinner and bridge Monday evening at their home. Mr. and i«irs. W. H. Jameson are assisting hosts. CALENDAR Friday Yours and Mine Club. Harvest Home Dinner. Fortnightly Club. W. R. C. Inspection. Child Study Beardsheai P. T. A. Singular Club. Twentieth Century Club. Joshua chapter. Star Circle. 'N. A. L. C. Auxiliary. Saturday Betsy Ross Jr. Club. Sunbeam Court Maccabees. Monday Entre Nous Child Study A. W. C. Art DIv. A. W. C. Tuesday Judea Shrine Notice To Iowa Council Members All members of Iowa Council, Degree of Pocahontas are invited to attend a meeting of the oragnlza- tlon in Columbia hall 409 East Locust street, Des Moines, Saturday evening to meet the great Incon- honee of the Red Men and Pocahontas lodges, Worthington P. Wachter from Maryland. Mr. Wachter has been attending sessions of the state council which was held in Burlington the past week. Representatives from 12 councils In the state will be in attendance. <$> & <§ > Betsy Rose Junior Girl* To Hold Meeting The Betsy Ross Junior girls will meet in regular session Saturday afternoon at 2:30 in the C. W. Yeoman home on Lincoln way. Both sides are now even in the special contest. Members are urged to come out and make a little competition. Refreshments will be served during the social hour. -< <*• €> Art Division To Hold Meetiefl Members of the art division ol the Ames Woman's club will meet at 1:15 Monday afternoon in the city library auditorium for the fol- lowup meeting on color design. This will precede the regular session at 2:30. The time will be spent in cutting paper and designs of material for quilts and In special crayonex work. A fine exhibit of weaving- ..'ill also be on display at this time. The regular program for the aft- LAST DAY Ward Week Specials Don't Miss! Tomorrow Only! Tumblers . Soap Soap Chips Water Pails. CJOX • • • £!2 . 4 ° r 5C 10 bars He . box . each MONTGOMERY WARD e- Co. 327 Main St.—Phone 151 Friday the 13th Special Values Continued Saturday Where Quantities Permit If you were unable to attend our Friday the 13th sale, you may still profit by the savings Saturday. In all cases where quantities remain in stock, Friday the 13th prices will be continued Saturday. TILDEN'S "Dependable 8inr* 1889 W* kindly aek that «N •eciety item and ledf* attic** *« phoned «r kre* to the Trlbune-Tlme* office n«t later than 11 a. m. on th* «•»/ «f publication. It will- bo impeMlbl* to accopt any notlco to appear In th* society column for th* cur. ront day's IMUO, afUr that hour. IUm* may b* phoned to MOO between the hour* of 7-.30 and 11 a. m. Th* deadline for Saturday's Issue I* • *• m. ernoon consists of papers on "Ve- lasque" (1599-1660^ by Mrs. Donels and "Home Weaving," by Mrs. Hunter. Hostesses tor the. meeting will be Mesdames Trueblood, Haugen, Hawley and Jnes. * * «• Child Study Group With Mrs. Ntff The child study group of the Ames Woman's club' will hold its October meeting Monday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. J. C. Neff, 70» Duff avenue. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Fritsch, Dirksen, Rushin and Tilden. The program lor the afternoon (Continued on Page Eleven) Nevada Entertains Social Hvur Club • Mrs. F. P. Smith was hostess Wednesday afternoon to members of the .Social Hour club at its regular meeting. Fourteen members and one guest, Mrs. Gertrude Chrisman Miller of Ames were present. A short business meeting was held and Mrs. H. L. Huddlestun read from the book the group has been studying. Light refreshments were served at the conclusion of the afternoon. « • • Thimbu Club With Mrs. Welty Mrs. Paul Wclty entertained members of the Thimble club at her home Wednesday. Following the 1 o'clock luncheon bridge was played. Guests of the club were: Mrs. Lester Martin, MJsc Nettie Dunkjl- barger, Mrs. Clyde Knudson, Mrs. Don D. Davidson. Des Moines, Mrs. T. M. Dickens and Mrs. E. L. McConkie. * « * Robison-Hemttock Nuptials Thursday • Miss Georglanna Roblson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Robison, became the- bride of Thomas J. Hems lock ib a ceremony performed at high noon Thursday in the home of tb« bride's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mm. Otto Cerwinske in Charles City. The K*V. C. O- Prottengeier, pastor of the Lutheran church at Charles City and long time friend of the bride's family performed the single ring ceremony. The couple was unattended. " The bride was charming in a formal frock of blue chiffon velvet with accessories of silver grey. She carried an arm bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. She chose as her traveling outfit, a suit of grey with accessories of black. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hemstock are graduates of the Nevada high school. Mrs. Hemstock attended Iowa State Teachers college at Ce- dar Falls and taught for a tew years.' Mr. Hemstock is engaged in farming and is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemstock, pioneers of Story county. Upon their return from a wedding trip the couple will live with the bride's parents and in the spring W be located o» a Story count} farm. Mrs. Kennedy, mother ofv the Rev. J. A. Kennedy, pastor of the Presbyterian church is spending a few days as a guest in the Kennedy home here. Sam Adams, Kenneth Kinsey, Glen Newton, C. E. Lookingblll, A. H. Fay, George Kellogg, Dr. S. W. Arthur. Dr. H. W. Bowers, C. A. Batman, Harold Kruwell, Fred Younker and C. I. Merrick were in Marshalitowii Tuesday wtort V»»T S attended a meeting <rf tae Mar- shaUtowa RoUry club At U* list- wood Country club. J. K. Drybread and daughter HIM Mary Drybread went to OreeUy. Wednesday where Mr. Drytr**4 will remain for a two weeks visit with friends. Miss Drybread returned to rTevada Thursday Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Morrison ot, Phlllipsburg, N. J., arrived Thurn-:. day for a visit in the home of Mrs. Morrison's sister, Mrs. J. R. Borgen and family. Mr. Morrison has been in Chicago on business and the couple also attended the world'* fair. READ THE WANTS County Society Neu* Stone-Evans Marriage Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Delores Stone., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stone of Kelley and Dwight Evans, son of Court Evans of Leon, and who resided with his grandmother, Mrs. James Mangus of Kelley.. The ceremony took "place Sept. 23 in Davenport. Mrs. Evans was graduated from the Kelley high school in June, 1933. The couple are residing in Davenport, where Mr. Evans is employed. Is Hostess To Birthday Party Mrs. R. G. Nott entertained a group of friends and neighbors at her home In Slater Friday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of Dr. Nott. The affair was a complete surprise to the honoree. Bridge and Norwegian whist were played during the evening and Mrs. Nott assisted by her daughter, Miss Laura and Mrs. H. W. Marshall and Mrs. Charley Stewart served refreshments. Owl Country Club Holds Meeting The regular meeting of the Owl Country club was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson near Story City Thursday evening. Following the usual business session an interesting program was given. Program numbers included: Reading, Veronica Jacobson; songs by club; piano duet, Dorothy and Betty June Hanson. Refreshments were served during the social hour. The next 'meeting will be held Friday Oct. 13 at the Holgar Hoffman home. Treble Clef Club Holds Initial Meeting The Treble Clef club of Story City held its initial meeting of the new year at the home of Lily Al- sajer Friday evening. Fifteen members were present The evening was spent in chorus work and Mrs. Roy Sweet directed. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Anna Jacobson Friday afternoon Oct. 27. Is Newera Club Hostess .Mrs. Eric Alsager was hostess to members of the Newera club Tuesday afternoon at her home in Story City. The lesson on "Foreign Students In our American Universities' was presented by Mrs. Carrie Hornden. Mrs. George Kramme of New Providence, la., a former member of the club and Mrs. Paul H. Olson were guests. Delicious refreshments were served at the conclusion of the afternoon by the hostess. The club will hold its next meeting Oct. 24 with Mrs. A. L. Born. E. C. K. Club Holds Meetirfg The E. C. K. club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Julia Brattebo in Story City. Thirteen members were present Mrs. Lew, Johnson presented the lesson on "How To Get Along With People." The usual business session was held and refreshments were served The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. L. B. Brattebo on Oct. 24. Attend District Meeting at Jewell The following women from the Slater and Kelley communities attended sessions of the district meeting of Federated Woman's clubs at Jewell last week: Mrs. S. Heggem, Miss Marie Krak, Miss Anna Lundahl and Mrs. John Auld, delegates and Mrs. Cecil Larson, Mrs. Jacob Ersland, Miss Edna Houge, Mrs. Oscar Ryerson, Mrs. Branning, Mrs. R. Holland, Mrs. Richard Richardson, Mrs. Randall Thompson all of Slater; Mrs. Jeffrey Richardson and Mrs. William Johnson, delegates, Mrs. Herman Holland, all of Kelley. To Hold Open House Celebration A pioneer resident of the Slater community, K. B. Thompson \'ho will be 82 years of age Sunday -will hold open house at his home on that day. Between the hours of S and 5 o'clock Mr. Thompson will receive his friends and relatives. His children will* be in charge. A. * MARRIAGE LICENSES 1 NEVADA—The following couple has received a license to wed in the office of the county clerk here: Olt-nn Huff, 22, Nevada and Lucille Weeks. 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