Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 24, 1933 · Page 17
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VWY nxwn-mtm, A TOHDAT, OCTOBII : Society : Lutheran Church Holds Farewell Party for Pastor and Family Sun. M EMBERS of the Ames Lutheran cburcb, friends and Lutheran college students fathered at the cburch Sunday after the regular serrlcet for a dinner and prof ram g Iren as a farewell courtesy for the Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Plerso* and family. » More than 400 enjoyed tbe dinner served in the church basemenfat 12:10. TBe toot tables were attractively decorated with fall garden flowers and gayly colored leaves. fallowing the dinner the group gathered In the church auditorium for the interesting program, in charge f Jf .Prof. O. A. Olson, who introduced speakers and numbers. Each organization ia the church was represented in some way in the afternoon's program, which opened with the slnging-of two hymns by the congregation. Mrs. M. B. Paulson led the devotions. " ,: The Luther league quartet "composed of Orville Melssffiore. Ronald Carey. Eugene Olson and Myrus Knntson- sang two beautiful selections and a tolo number was given- by Rolan-! Thoenson. Prof. Paulus lang of English department at Iowa State college gave an Interesting history of the .. innes Lutheran church from its be CALENDAB Tuesday Progressive Bridge. Apres Midi Club. Clark Avenue Club. . ' Ladies Aux. -Carpenters Union ginning in 1905 to tb« present day and told ot Its problem* and of Its successes Mrs. S. B. Larson on behalf of the church presented a beautiful picture of "Christ Before Pilate, tolhe Rer. and Mrs. Pierson. Ar lene- Peterson representing th Willing .Workers of the church pre sented Uttle Margaret Plerso: with a picture. The program closed with th singing of '"Blest Be the Tie Tha Bines'," by the entire assembly. The Rev. R. B. Davidson, pree dent of th* Ames Ministerial asso elation, .WBO had wanted to b present, was ngs*t» tor attend. The Ret.'Mr. Pierson who ha been pastor of the jktnes churc for -more than 10 years, is leavin soon witfc his family for Madison 8. B., where be has accepted a call to • Ull the pastorate of a Luth «raa charci : there. Nature Study Division Meeting Tb« nature study division of ti Faculty Women's club will mee with Mrs. C. S. Reddy. €07 Ash avenue Wednesflay "afternoon a 2:30. Assisting^ hostesses are Mrs f. C- Dana, Mrs. A. H. Hausrath and Mrs. J. C- Hempstead. Mrs. JT. H. Griffith 'will presen the program en "Game Laws and How W« Would Chang* Them.* Mrs. P. H. ,Carr will discuss cur rent nature topics. ; Book aiuTBaskat Meeting Postponed The regular meeting of the Book and Basket club which *as sched uled for Wednesday at the < home of Mrs. F. H. Schteiter has been postponed until U»« : next "regulaj meeting. ; Ad Interim . Club Meeting The Ad/Interim club of the Y W. C. A. will m«tJn the Y. W. C •A. Wedn**Xta:rw«tUng at 7:45. The club baa been organized for Ames girls wbo have been graduated from high school who are noi now In college. All interested in such a club .are invited to attend this program meeting. Tuesday Bridge Luncheon. Legislative Div. F. W. C. San Souci Club.. Mother Ross Society. Bon Temps Club. Drama Div. F. W. C. Pythian Sisters. Entre Nous Club. FEDERALS Monded •Extra ervice PROUDTO BE 100^ 10% DISCOUNT on .attires for -Thursday, Friday and Saturday RADIATOR ALCOHOL 59Cgal In Your Container GUARANTEED BATTERIES SJ.85 a ; d 13-Plate— Exchange Dahl Tire Shop M»i« .._ pjj^ 5 Wednesday -Si Club. . . / Bible Literature TJiv. F. W. c. Neewollah Club. Book and Basket Postponed • Nature Study Div, P.- TV. C. Playmakers Knights' TexpUr Ad Interim C!.ub." • '' " ' "••' Once IB Arhiie 'Club: Thursday Vet DepL Dinner ' ' Marion Rebfkah 'Lodge! Masonic Fellowship MeeMrfg . -Coll. Presby. Mission fetuily; St. John's ^uild, . -. Friday Klwanis Hallow* '*o Party Yours and Mine Club. D. U. V. Party. " Avenue Club. Ctntra! -P. T. A. Holds Meeting Monday The October meeting of th< Central Parent Teicher ' association was held Monday evening in the Central scbool. A good attendants was reported. Mrs. J. G. Hummel, president wa« in charge of the short business session. J. B. Wentr, chairman 61 the membership coriimiftee ; announced the association bad 12S paid up membership* so far this year. Last year the total was 118. Mrs. Roy Braum reported on" the listfng of motion pictures suitable for childrcn which is a regular feature- of the school page of the Tribune-Times each Saturday.. . The members Toted not to affiliate with the state or' national Parent Teacher association. Mrs. Hummel urged as many as pjbs- sible to attend the- state' P. T. A. meeting which* i being Tield in Marshalltown Oct 25 to 27 "'inclusive. Miss Verna Schmidt, „ principal, introduced the teacher*, ot "the school. ' •"''"'•"., Musical numbers incluaec a solo number, .Mrs. Grant"' Dudgedn; duet. Mrs. W. E. Jot es, and -HSr*. 5. E. Martin, accompanied on'the piano by Mrs. Grave Minerl: 'a clever musical reading by Gertrude Mann with Jane Helser at the pf- anb. 'The hospitality, committee" was in charge of the social hour which followed the program. Refreshments were served ,at a long table centered with "a pumpkin filled with fruit, and tall orange: .tapers. Special Hollow^'en denotations were also used. 'I Cbffet. and doughnuts were served. . Mrs. Hummel i and Miss Schmidt poured." Home Economics .. ... Division Meeting The borne economics division of he Ames Woman's club- held its Octobtr meeting Monday afternoon n the city library" auditrium. food attendance was reported. Prof. E. C. -Voli. of the horticul- nre department at Iowa, State col- ege as guest speaker gave a most nteresting discussion of "Flower Arrangement and Winter Bouquets." Professor Volz demonstrated the arrangement of flowers now in season, in a formal bouquet and also gave interesting ideas on winter bouquets. ' .= •••' Tbe special feature which i'spre- sented at each meeting,, was this ;ime two very beautiful piano se- "ections by Miss Esther Butler. Refreshments were, served dnr- ng the social hour. The hostesses were Mesdames, Baker, Babour, Beam, Benjamin, Bliss and Brind- ,ey. D. U. V. Party Friday Afternoon Members of the Daughters of Jnion Veterans will meet at the lome of Mrs. Elma Williams, 519 Northwestern avenue Friday at 1 o'clock for a covered dish luncheon. The affair will be a farewell courfesy for Mrs. Williams, who is caving soon for Detroit, Mich., to spend the winter with her daugh- er. Mrs. M. B. Norland. The dinner will.also honor thor.e laving birthdays in the month < f October. Each member is asked to ring a -covered fish, sandwiches nd table service. t. John's Guild * Meeting Thursday St. John's Guild and Auxiliary •ill mret in tbe Parish hall Thursay afternoon at 2:30. The pro; ram on "Religious Art." will be resented by Prof. Mabel Russell. Hostesses are Mrs. F. B. Padock, Mrs. A. H. Kimball and Mrs. rank Kerekes. short toisi**«* s«*§i*» OWT«M C*m*U IST« t tri«f talk •* "Tfcrlft TlM f •*** S»**k*r wu th* Rev. Left*? 8. **rn*flH. »**t<Nr of gt John's Cfteoopal ekvrch who tit- C4MM4 "UM Of UUnre." Tb« Ht*<UAc deMd with current ereats ftv«« »y club member*. * * * ftw*e*H AVMNM Cluk* Mwtfnf FrWay Th« Ruucll AT««UB clvfc will meet Friday afternoon at 2: to at th« horn* of Mrs. M. Morttnsen, 12« Rkersldt. Mi*. W. P. McCtr- thy is th« assisting hottest. All newcomer* on the ttre«t and former member* of the club are extended a cordial Invitation to Attend the meeting. A good attendance la decired. Club With Mra. «hoarer Tbe Tuesday club met Tuesday afternoon at tbe borne of Mrs. P. S. Shearer. 611 Ash avenue. Mrs. Tolbert MaeRao was assisting hostess. Mrs. R. R. Rothacker was in charge of the projram. Congregational Auxiliary At Horn* The Women's Auxiliary of the Congregational church will hold its regular at home meeting Thursday afternoon at .2:30 in the church parlors. Mrs. J. C. Prall. is chair man for the meeting. Dean Charles E. Friley is the guest speaker for the afternoon. Young Artists CJub Holds Meeting The regular meeting of the Young Artists club sponsored by Mrs. P. E. Jackson, was held Sun- Jay afternoon at the home of. Thelma. Levine, 630 Welch avenue. Italian operas were studied at this time. . • Refreshment* were- served during tae socijj period. ' .'*' Yours and Mine Club Meeting Friday • The You;s and Mine Bridge club will meet at *2:15 Vriday afternoon with Mrs. A. H. Mages, 810 Ninth street. ' c *• 4 Entertains At Birthday Dinner Mrs. Chet Davis entertained at z. lovely dinner party Monday evening at her home, 80S Kellogg avenue. In honor of the-srvefi-ty-sixth birthday of Mr..TJavl8. The party a complete surprise to the honoree. Guests Included, Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs.', Noble -Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Day's and Miss Minnie Jones. General Methodist Aid Meeting Thursday The General Ladies aid of the First Methodist church will meet with Mrs. W. A. Morgan at; the church parsonage- Thursday afternoon at 2 :.30. • i* the •»rM. is "BMllUlM for UM r»lur«, Home, School aa<: coausinsHr." 1IK M. F. SmusMn, •*«*• »ro»- id«at will preside a*4 «th*r *Uto offietrt aro «*peett4 to fc* ft«a- e*t also. wbo plan to atUo4 frost Farm Bureau And4'H Clubs Ames are: Mrs. E- R. Grove, state vice-president, Prof. C. N- H**M* head of the Ames Parent Teacher council, Mrs. Ol« Dlrkesoi. president of the Beardshear P. T. A and Mrs. J. G. Hummel, president of Central P. T. A. • * .* A. Q. A«ame«n tpeaks At Club Mtftinf M*n. A. Q. Adamsoa. prominent alum (Continued OB Page Nine) . Once ~1n Awhile Cfub To Meet The Once In Awhile -club will meet with. Mrs. Fred Shockley, 116 East Avenue south Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. '.-;•• .-' * * • • • , •• Mission Study Meeting Thursday The "Mission study group of the Collegiate Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at. the hoine of Mrs. M. D. Helser, '234 Hyland avenue. The study of "Eastern Women Today and Tomorrow" .will he in charge of Mrs. Charles Murray. AH women interested in this mission study are invited to attend the meeting. • •* .4 4- Veterinary Div. Annual Dinner Thurs, The annual fall dinner of the Veterinary department at Iowa State college will be held Thursday evening -at 6:15 in. the Oak room at the Memorial Union. Mrs. C. H. 'Covaalt is chairman of the arrangements. '' . , usineis Women Hold Matting Monday The semi-monthly meeting of the *« ; c and Proros- hplrt chapter on/il U omen's he recreation room M th« rollog* . TV. t,. A. Monday ^vfnfnp Miss Ruth Confirm, -- ent, presided during tie absence Anniversary., Notice Correction Mrs. D. D. LaGrange entertained at a delightful evening bridge Sunday at her home. The affair, which was in honor of the fifth wedding anniversary. of Mr. and Mrs. La Grange, was a complete surprlre to Mr. LaGrange. It was erroneously announced In Monday's issue o£ the Tribune- Tiin.es the party was in honor: of the birthday anniversary of Mr. La Grange. . ^ ^ ^ Travel Study Group Meeting The October meeting of the travel study division of the Ames Woman's club was held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. B. J> Durham. Thirty members- and guests were present. . Papers presented at this time were particularly interesting and included "A Day in Marseilles," by Mrs. Sexton, and "Italian Ports." Mrs. Curtiss. A book review en "Down the Tiber and Up to Rome' by Eberlein was given by Mrs. Edwards and a round table discussion followed. Refreshments we're served ay the committee. Mrs. M. B. Griffith chairman, sss'.5t«?d by Mrs. Du-ham, Mrs. B. L. Allen, Mrs. F. B. Allen. «v * > Specisl Masonic Fellowship Meeting A special meeting of Arcadia Nevada Socnty N*** mnd •VrMJM/r Elnora 8lakem«rt Wads On Sunday Miss Elnora Blakemore, formerly of Nevada, now of Doa.Molnes, became the bride of Floyd Edmon Hayden in a ceremony Berformed in the First Methodist church in Des Moines, Sunday Oct. 23. The Rev. James Brett Kenna read the service at 4 o'clock. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sills of Ames, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Thomas Blakemore of Nevada. She was graduated from high school and for the Nevada two years taught in th* Story county schools For" the past yaar she has t en- employed in Des Moines. The groom is the son of Mrs. Leslie Surras of Des Moines and is at present employed in D«s Moines. The couple will .he at home at 1415 High street. * 4 Entertains TH4 Bridge Club -Mr. and'Mrs. Lorea.Huha; entertained members of the Trl-8J5»Mfe club Friday evening at their home. Guests, of the cluh wer« Miss Lola Huhn and Galen Huhn. • '-''\ . .' Bridge, was played at four tables and high score prise for the women's games was awarded to Mrs. Fred Heintz and Loren Huhn, high for the men. ' * Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games > by,the hostess.- Daring the short busines session Mrs. William Sowers was elected president of the-cluh, and Mrs. Fred Heintz, secretary and treasurer. The next meeting will" be,at,the home of Mr. and .Mrs. .Harold Handsaker. -i - :.» *•> / • Entertain. A^ , • ..." Post Nuptial Party Mr. and~Mrs..J. W. Fiscel entertained at a delightful .dinner .party Sunday at their, home *as V; postnuptial courtesy .for th.elr/son and wife.. Mr-^and Mrs.' Ros-»» Fiscel. wto were married Oct;»4:ln Quinter, Kansas at the home. of the bride's parents. -' Guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Ir* J. Erb, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Long and son Charles* Des Moines; Mr, ..and Mrs. C. W. Ott and children, RoKert and Beverly Ann, Aines; -Mr, and-Mrs; G. : E. .Fiscel and son u -Homer, Mru and Mrs.; Galen Fiscel and daughter, Verona Luella, Perry;. Mr; and Mrs. W. Hi Fiscel and -cirUdren', Wayne and Beyerley ; Jean,.• Panora;,. Mr. and Mrs.VE. D. Flscel and Mr: and Mrs. Ralph Fiscel (and daughter Joyce Arlen. .Mr. and Krs. M. C. Perry and Charles Fiscel, Tale;.;Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Enfield and" sons, Earl and Dwight, Maxwell. Mrs. William O'Neil -returned from Mason City Saturday where she had spent a few- days at the home of- her f-ther, George Schubert. • ; . . . ' Harry Langland and Son Harry jr.. were in: Iowa, City. Saturday, where they attended the-homecom- ;ng football game. Miss Anna Cocaolly left-Friday CMinty C«mmltte« Meeting is HeM Mrs. Mary Grett. eitensioa specialist, in charge of a committee meeting for home project women of Story county, 'which was held at the Farm Bureau office, Thursday afternoon, October It. Those present were Mrs. John Donnelly, chairman of New Albany township; Mrs. C. A. Shepard, Colo; Mrs. Roy Torry, chairman of Nevada township; Mrs. L. W. Golden, county chairman; Mrs. Robert Campbell, chairman of Franklin township; and Mrs. John L Mather, publicity chairman" of Grant township. Mrs. Gregg pointed out that "Health" and "Economics" are the two vitally important subjects which are to be studied in any home project course regardless of whether it Is the nutrition course, home furnishing or home management course.* Under the "health" problem it was stated that the women should encourage the serving of one hot dish for the noon lunch in all rural schools during the winter months and should take particular pains to know that every home in the community has an adequate food supply. Misfor- ture or mismanagement may. have made it impossible for soaift homes to have the necessary foods. The best of cooperation should at all times be given the state health department In the boys and and girls 4-H club worfc yearly health examinations are expected. This work should not stop with the boys and girls but all, adult* should be encouraged to have these yearly health examinations. Along with th« two vitally important subjects. "Health" and "Economics" ;and ,th« regular lesson courses which ar* given, some people do not understand that there is also a cultural court*, for the rural woman -and -her family. A four-year coarse -in-musle and 'recreation has be«> planned. This course includes -it of the lovely; sonf« appreciation and music number of the jnany, nations of the world. Folk. games are also taught Reading and dramatic, courses are- being encouraged; . Rural families are urged to make better us« of their public libraries and -to exchange magazines among friends and neighbors and to fora reading circles.. This cultural course broadens out into township, •crmmunity and county meetings >wh«e^ programs ir« ; plann«d j : Which include numbers for every 'member of the family. A typical meeting of "this rind will include/: a business meeting, educational and inspirational numbers, .some fun numbers, and then the social time. Such. Important problems ai the !"AAA7 program are- studied as the '.educational feature of these gatherings. AIL members Of : the community, are urged to take their own part in the organization, and feel their responsibility. . -• . . A prominent saying among these arm .women Is, ''to be content with what we havej.but not satisfied. un- il our homes reflect the best that is .within >us.'' These women wish to cooperate with all organizations that are carrying on an educational nrograni; . < Plans were made for the county. •wide home: 1 project '.Achievement day which will be held at thejclosa of the course in the spring: . for Chicago to visit with relatives and-atten dthe world's fair. From Chicago she- will go to Cincinnati to see. an old-time friend, Mrs. F. W. Herder, who will be remembered .. as, the - former, Miss. Margaret Cunningham of Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. .Paul M..Burson of Newton spent the week-end in v the home'of Mr.- and Mrs. Harold G. Kruwelh'. ' lodge No. 249 A. F. and A. M. and Masons of this vicinity will be held in the Masonic l.ill in Ames Thursday evening. Oct. 26, at 7:30. By arrangement of the Masonic Service committee, T. B. Throckmorton. past serior' grand warden of the grand lodge of lOwa will "c the special guest and speaker of the evening. There will be the usual hour of fellowship .and refreshments will be served. State P. T. A. Meeting At Marshalltewn The seventeenth blennisl convention of,the Iowa Congress of Parents Tnd Teachers will open Oct. 25 in Marshalltown, headquarters being at 'the Hotei Tall- corn. Sessions will continue thru Oct.. 27. The'three, d»yt. will be filled with mtfrestinK addresses by Can Your Clothes Stand the Scrutiny of Critical Eves Or do you blush with shame because of their soiled condition? You need not be uncomfortable, we can fix you up in no time. Just CALL W« will call for your soiled clothes and deliver them thoroughly cleaned and faultlessly pressed. "QUALITY OLEAHBKS" 410 Douglas AMES PANTORIUM Corn Empire Days! Thurs., Fri. and Sat. OUTING FLANNEL Vard wide, light or dark colors, firm quality for night wear or, comfort tops. PANEL CURTAINS Quaker Lace panels for Parlor, Den or Library. Tailored. 98cea RAYON PANTIES Flesh colored Non-run Rayon of excellent quality. Flare, cuff or elastic knee. ' . ' 59Cea ALLEN-A HOSE They wear and they fit. That new elastic knee is such an improvement Latest shades, semi- service or chiffon. $1.00 WOOLENS Novelty weaves for fal'l and winter frocks. New shades. (4 inches wide. $1.7*, $249 Kiddies Winter GOATS They are warm and so serviceable. Tailored or fur trimmed, some with tame to match. Heavy lining that Jack Frost cannot penetrate. The kind of: coat you wish to put on that youngster. It will stand*hard .wear.. The leading shades. Sizes 1 2 to 14. $3*98 $10.95 SKIRTS Snappy novelty woolen*—clever styles, Borne with- pleats—some just straight, latest colors, all sizes. ' ' • , $2-50, $3-50 WINDOW SHADES Oil opaque, hand made, full measurements, all firsts, no pin holes. 36-in. by 6 ft. 79C ea LINEN NAPKINS Pure linen, hemstitched napkins 17H7 size. You will like the firm quality. ttCea THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A sample line purchased at a savings makes this sale possible. About 100 hats in assortment, no two alike— a few suedes, French f elts and velvets^-wool, felts and crepes in new and becoming styles. Sailors, dip-brims, low crowns, turbans and Mother styles for Mtss and Matrons. Colors Black, Brown, Navy, Wine and Green. All at the low price of , Our Bargain Table . • •;:••• . .-O ' -•' •- •.' has many items in Softies and Berets and a few felts to close out at prices ranging from 25Cto$1.00 CARTER'S UNDERWEAR Union Suitg of good weight, fine ribbed knit Low neck and'no sleeves. Loose or tight knee. 98cea LINEN CRASH Firm sturdy quality, Blue, Malse, Green, Lavender or Red border. SKINNERS CREPE That famous silk with no weighting. Fog Grey, Jungle Green, Friar Brown, Black, Navy 40 inches wide. $1.39 WASH DRESSES For house or street wear, of fast colored materials. A good selection, of styles. 98Candup CRETONNES Brighten up the, dark corners with pillows or covers of cheerful fast colored cretonnes, 18cyd TRAVEL CREPE Make excellent serviceable frocks. Such a splendid seleo* tion to choose from. Ail. colors. 39 inches wide. RAG RUGS Colored borders fringed. Dandy throw rugs. Size 18x36 inches. WHITE OUTING For Infauts wear—slips, gowns, gertrudes or diapers. 28 inches wide, soft fleecy nap. TURKISH TOWELS Double thread, pure white bath towels. Splendid weight. Will soak up the water. KIDDIES PAJAMAS Novelty outing, heavy qualily. With or without feet. Long sleeves. Sizes 2 to M. 490 to $1.2$ Fashions of the Day,.. Styles of the minute. That treatment of the high neck, that certain something that denotes the sleeves of today and that touch in the chic skirts. Silks, woolens and knitted frocks, something for every occasion. The leading shades, bright contrasting trimmings. All sizes TO $14.95 MISS SIMPLICITY BY OOMARD OLOTBB TIM

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