Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 20, 1933 · Page 8
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IBM MILT Rainbow GIHa '" Hold Special Meeting The Ames Assembly Order of Rainbow for CHrla. met m session Thursday evening In the Masonic templ« by special Invitation of the Masonic order. Caroline Downer was take* ft* to the order at thla time, Following the Initiation. Mary Barton and Gwendolyn Cameron presented a little, playlet M T!>e Square Pec," and Jfs4ta* Haasea .', M&C, "Sim Me To its*** *r Kevin. The assembly closed la form. Warm words of praise were given the girls by the Masons for the - excellent exemplification of their work. » * 4 PI BotsPnl Alumnae Club Meeting: «, Members of the PI Beta Phi Alamtt* dnb will entertain their Husband* at a pot lack dinner Saturday evening at 7 o'clock at the local chapter house. Jiach member Is asked tfl bring covered dish and table service. ; International Relations I Group A. A. U.. W. Meeting L The international relations group P* of the Ame* branch, Ame'rican Association of University Women, will'meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs. W. H. Stevenson, 320 Ash avenue. The speaker of the evening will be A. Q. Adamson. Mr. Adamson, who will talk on the present condi- tlons»ltt Paleatine ha* spent several years In Jerusalem doing engineering work. * * * Dinner Courtesy For Mr. and Mrs. Hanson , Neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hanson, 404 Lincoln way, gathered at their home Thursday evening for a dinner and party as a farewell courtesy for them. Fifty-eight were present and enjoyed the lovely covered dish supper at 6:30. The evening hours were spent In visiting and a short program of musical numbers and read- Ings were enjoyed. Gnestg from out of town were the Rev. and Mrs. C. C. DUlavou and two sons of Olin. The Rev. Mr. Dillavou who was formerly pastor of the local United Brethren church, gave a short talk. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson are leaving the latter part of next week for California for an extended stay. The couple was presented with a gift from the group. - To Entertain .Week End Club • Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Maxwell will / 6e hosts to members of the Week End club Saturday evening at a .7 o'clock dinner and bridge. This is the first meeting of the fall. QaGadab CAL£NCA& Friday Maccabee*. Tadnom Club. Ciena* Ctab. G. i/OuTi;* Harmony Club. Olive Branch Circle. Friday Bridge Club. U. B. Fellowship Supper. V. F. W. Anx. Party. Saturday Week-End Club. Trl Delt Alliance Tea PI Beta Phi Alumnae Club. Monday Internal! Relations A. A. TJi W. Central P. T. A. Home Economics A. W. C. Travel Study A. W. C. ArUHv. Work Meeting. V. F. W. Aux. Party Friday The members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars-auxiliary are entertaining* at • an overall and calico party Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell, 1527 Grand avenue. Members of the auxiliary and fam- ie§ and V. F. W. post and families are invited. f *«• t * ' • Central P^T. Ai Meeting Monday The Central Parent Teacher association jrill meet Monday eve-. nlng Oct. 23 at 7:45 In Central building. The meeting will be in the form pf a reception for tie teachers who will be in their home rooms to meet patrons between 7:30 and 7:45. An interesting program of musical numbers and readings has been prepared by the music committee, Mrs. W. E. Jones, Mrs. G. W. Dudgeon, Mrs. E. B. Martin and Mrs. Grace Minert Gertrude Mann and Jane Helser will also appear on the program. A social 'hour, during which refreshments will be served, ^will follow the program. The hospitality committee, Mrs. Walter Dunagan chairman, Mrs. Fred Clark, Mrs. H. L. Eichliug, Mrs. Guy Rlnehart, Mrs. C. C. McCarthy and Mrs. M. G. Davis will be in charge of the social hour. <&<>•. U Hottest To W. H. B. Club Mrs. T. J. Kyle was hostess to members of the W. H. B. club and guests Wednesday afternoon at her- country home near Ames. Twenty members and the following We (Justly a** tfca* *H E__£l^Esftv t^^h^^feV ^ESSSSsI (iSSSSSSSSst MAp tteee ft******* ** *•"** ** late/ than 11 a. M. en IM ef ptfMteaU**. H wttl notice t* wear IN the so- eMy MKimii »er the cur. rent etay'e It***, after that a- — ..^L MAaMal BftkslV BAA BskjUfeaftssI nvfjT* nwiW «••/ s^v (rnvn^v t* 1440 between the Iteura of 7:10 ami 11 a. •». The deadline for Saturday's la- Mie It • a. m. Timely Items /or the Saturday • • t/ Shopper .. OUTING FLANNEL .".Yd It^c Yard wide, light or dark colors, firm quality for night wear or comfort tops. <• "' PANEL CURTAINS . . . Ea 980 Quaker Lace panels for Parlor, Den er Library^ Tailored. i._ RAYC^I^niES. . . .Eajgc Flesh colored Non-run Rayon of a good quality. Flare, lace or tailored trim WHITE OUTING . .. . . Yd For Infants wear—slips, gowns, gertrudes or diapers. 28 inches wide, soft.fleecy nap WASH FROCKS . . . . . Ea 4)g c For house or street wear, of fast colored prints, a good selection to choose from. LINEN NAPKINS . . . . Ea 2*c Pure linea, hemstitched napkin, 17x17 size. You will like the «rm quality. ( . * MATTRESS Protectors . Ea $1.69 54x76 size'for double bed. Zigzag stitching., filled with clean ne-nr cotton. TURKISH Rath Towels . . Ea JJc Double thread pure white towels. Splendid weight. Will joak up the water. LINEN LLJNCH CLOTHS Eajqc Pure linen crash lunch cloths 45x45 inch for that Breakfast table. Several patterns UNION SUITS . . . . .Ea69C Fall weight—low neck, no sleeves, tight knee, unusual, value. WOOL CHALLIBS . . . Yd « guests were present: Lowman, Johnson. Sketrs, Hostetter and Toms and daughter Violet. The program of Hallowe'en games and contests was In charge of Mrs. Stella Hakes and Mrs. Verna Christiansen, Refreshments were served -*y the hostess assisted by Mesdames Mather, Daley, Dale and Miss Violet Toms. The meeting in two weeks will be held with Mrs. Mary Mather. Missionary Society Holds Meeting Thursday The Women's Missionary society of the Collegiate Presbyterian church met at the home of Mrs. H. E. Pride, Thursday afternoon where a very Interesting program was presented. For the study of "Eastern Women of Today and. Tomorrow," Mrs. J. H. Atkinson as chairman, introduced representatives from the eastern countries: Mrs. Winfield Dudgeon, In the costume of the Hindu woman; Mrs. T. R. Tarn- men, Mohammedan from India; Mrs. R. E. Porter, woman of China; Mrs. Paul Jones In a Japanese kimona. A discussion of the women of India was led by Mrs. E. F. GOBS, of China by Mrs. Sexauer, and of Japan by Mrs. Sexton. Mrs. Atkinson closed the program by reading a contemporary play showing the easterner's point of view with regard to women. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Celebrates Birthday Sunday Fourty-four relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Kingsbnry Sunday to help Mr. Kingsbury celebrate his sixty- sixth birthday. The dinner was served at 1 o'clock and the table was centered with a large birthday cake with lighted candles. The afternoon hours were spent socially. Those present were:' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ballard of Boone;' Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kingsbury and daughter, St. Anthony; Mr. and Mrs. H. Ri Kingsbury, Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Carey and family, Marion; Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Milii- ken and family. Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dickinson and family, Gilbert; Mr. and Mrs. L.. Sor- rensoh and family, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Finch and family, Kelley, Mr. and Mrs; Floyd Milliken, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Alva Fees and children. Polk City; the Misses Doris and Edith Groomes. Club Holds Annual Business Meeting . The annual business meeting ot the Ames Golf and Country club waSiheld following the 6:30 dinner Thursday evening at the club house. C. G. Lee, Dr. Earl Rice and Hugo Otopalik were elected to the board of directors for the three year period. Covers were arranged for 50 for the dinner. Mr; ^and Mrs. F. H. Schleiter as dinner chairmen were assisted by Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Rice, Dr. and Mrs. B. G. Dyer and ; Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Maxwell. Bridge "was played at 10 tables. High score prize for the women's" games was awarded to Mrs. Helen King Fidlar and high for the men to Clark Tilden. Mr. and Mrs.' C. G. Lee were bridge chairmen. .. Wards Begin Social Affairs Friday Eve. Ward men at Iowa State college will open the year's social activities with an annual fall roundup Witt to tow* elite wltt •Uy e»«U>ritM. At a i»e*lM *C tt* Wai* ewucU W«da*t*ay which ««to«ate« from th« don^torlef iM«M*4, t*e opialo* VM ei»r«M*4 that 4mai- torlea wonld Ilk* ezchaav** wttb all the ward* thl» year. Wendell Olson tad Jewell F«4er- aon are co-chalrme« of tt» rowad- np. Under their direction deoon- tions will be furnished the donnl- torles. Cider and donghnat* will be served at the party. Home Dlvlalon Meeilnff > The home economic* division of the AXOM Woman's club wltf neet Monday afternoon at 1:W Ja the city library andltorlttm. /» . The guest upeaker wtB-to f*ot E. C. Vol« who will dlfcitfi *ffi»w- er Arrangement and Winter Boo- ouets." A surprise feature la «I»o planned. _ : Hostesses wfn be MesdameB Bater, Barbour, Beam, Benjamin, BUM and Brindley. . * * * , ... :•:•. Travel Study '/ " , . Group to Meet . . ' The travel study division of the Ames Woman's club will inetf »t the home «f Mrs. J. B. Duthain, 113 East Sixth street, Monday Afternoon at 2:30. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdames Damon, B.L. Allen and Griffith. -." .-'^ :/ Mrs. Sexton will giip a paperon "A Day In Marseilles," and : MrSi Curtiss will discuss "Italian Ports." Mrs. Edwards will fire a rerlew of the .book "Down the TJber .and uj) to Rome" by Eberleln. ' , A round table discussion will follow. * • V * ..... Art Division Work Meeting Members of the art division of the Ames Woman's club will. hold a work meeting Monday morning at 9:30 in the city library. Women are asked to- bring material for ^*all hangings or applique work. * •* ••••- ...-• , Tri-Delt Alliance • To Entertain at Tea • The Alliance of Delta Delta Delta will entertain at a tea Saturday afternoon between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock for pkdges, actives and patronesses of the local chapter, at the home of Miss .Florence Walls, 2220 Knapp street. Tp the receiving line. will be Miss Florence Walls, Mrs. C. H. Stange, president of the Alliance, Miss Etta Budd, who brot the Tri-Delta to the west, Mrs. A. H. Munn, Mrs. E. F, Graff, Mrs. Jennie '-McElyea Byer.. Miss Peggy Poor, president of the active chapter, will introduce the guests, who will include- dO pledges of the chapter, actives, patronesses and " three transfers, Miss Arlen White, from Simpson college, Miss Martha Hough, Coe, "and Miss Katherine Colter, a graduate student from Miami university, Oxford, Ohio. In charge of -arrangements are: Miss Walls; Mrs. Henry Ness, Mrs. John Hopkfns, Mrs. W. E. Jones, Mrs. Harry Schmidt, Mrs/TTrancis Hetzel. ,. '• The tea table will be- centered witn a bowl of Talisman roses. Mrs. Galen Tilden, Mrs. N. W. MeBeath, Mrs. Walter Dunagan and Mrs. Henry Ness will pour. ..... 15C Noonday Lunch SATURDAY at Old Olson" Flower Shop by Ontario Clever. Climbers Chicken Sandwiches, Hot; Doughnuts and Coffee.. iOSE SALE SATORDIY Don't forget your free rase with- your S1.00 special bouquet Saturday and" Sun'day. EVERTS READ THE WANTS SOFT AS BUCKSKIN WEARS LIKE IRON ' but LINEN CRASH ..... Yd qual!ty< Blue malze> greon> never knew work shoes conld be so easy on the feet!" ... "Upper* still as soft as the day I bought the shoes." ... "I can't seem to wear them out" ... that's the praise from men who wear Wolverine Shell Horsehides. They know Wolverines stand the gaff better in toughest service. No wonder! Wolverine Shell Honehide ha* an extra-wearing rarface. Secret tanning make* this donble-ttnncth leather mlmott giove-*oft, tcmft- proof and ndd-icsfetuic. And the se«m are prae* tkaDy rip-proof. Yet Wolverines cost leM when yo« conridee their long wear, comfort, neat appearance and real economy. Give Wolverine SheQ Honehidea a triaL Com in and em them today Bauge Shoe Co. Shoes'That Satisfy—Ames, Iowa Talcum 14c fetttttfaj TILDEN'S "DKFKNDABLi SIKCI 1868' AME8, IOWA Lotion 80e Ittardaj Another Great Saturday "Star Values" - Get Your Share! Saturday Bargain Bulletin Munsingwcar Bloomers The $1 grade 79c Outing Flannel GOWNS Knitted Dresses Usually |8.95 2nd Floor Another Smash Hit! Better Dresses —in a feature selling New necklines, new shoulder inter- f MAT eit, new ttraightJIne skirti identify ' | ./Ml tiiete dresses ut up-to-the-minute in f f VV style. We've priced them to sell fifty dresses on Saturday. #• Misees' sizes 14 to 20 Women's sizes 88 to 44 2nd Floor SALE OF BETTER Hundreds and hundreds of yards of silks which., would be fl.35. $1.49 to '*1JS yd. if bought today, on sale in an event; made possible by group buying and a cash purchase months ago ........ COTTON Prints Genuine "80 squara cloths," small and medium patterns, 16, In. wide. Fast color. Light and dark out- Ings, plaids, itrlpei. Heavy grade . . Will wash and wear, well. 36 in. wide YD 12C 94 SHEETING 31 inches wide/ good grade of unbleached sheeting, free from filling. A bargain, YD COTTON BATTS Comfort"batts stitched ready for use, 2% lb., 72i90 inches ..EACH Fabric Suede Gloves Double . ; woven for warmth .and extra wear. Choice of many new styles in black, brown, beige and gray PAIR Capeskin Gloves Real Capeskin gloves at this price. Slip-on style and . lined for warmth. In black and brown. Sizes 7 to .......... PAIR $J.I9 Don't Miss These Values fop Men and Boys SATURDAY A SALE OF CHILDKEN'S COTTON PRINT Dresses Z for $l Ages 3 io 14 years We doubt if we can ever offer dresses like these again for less' than $1- each, but while they last you can buy them Saturday at 2 for f 1. They're new styles, with "straight or circular skirts, high necklines, puff sleeves, accented shoulder width. ••* U Girls' 2-Piece JERSEY DRESSES (Lowest price found on similar grade elsewhere 98c) Of genuine wool jersey in several clever color combinations. Ages 3 to 6 years. The price. for Saturday only. Children's Outing Prints, stripes and plain colors in well-made pajamas of heavy outing. No more at this price after they are gone. If will pay you to buy now. 8iMB 7 to 16 years. . , Made months ago when woolens and labor costs were much lower 0'Coats for Men and Young Men These coats would be $7.00 more if bought from the manufacturer today . , . Here's a grand buy, men, while they last Big, burly, warm ulsters, full cut and roomy, warm and good looking, at a price we can't begin to duplicate when the?t are gone. Choice of gray or blue. Sins 35 to 44 Boys'Wool Helton Jackets $1.95 Well made, good fitting, warm and durable. Made with 2 pockets and an elastic waist hand at the oottom. Ages 8 to 16 years. AU-Wool Zephyr Jersey Suits $1.45 For boys age 3 to 8 years. Clever styles in warm colors, attractively applique trimmed,* A $1.75 value. Boys' Ail-Wool Sweaters $1.39 We bought them early last, summer, otherwise the price would have to be $1.95. Cholte of brushed wool or clear worsted yarns in platn colors and combinations . . Aft«s 8 to 1C year*.

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