Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 28, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames, Iowa
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Saturday, October 28, 1933
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'»Ut MTTtt m AMES DAILY TlIUmg-TIMftg. AUKS, IOWA, 01TUBDAY, OOI011E M, 1*8, Iddlngi-Calry EnBig«m«nt it Announced The engagement of Caroline Iddings to Clyde Calry both of Sioux City was announced recently. Mr. Calry Is * fophoniore student in the department of veteri nary tnfcUcioe »t Iowa State col lege.'He Is a mraj*r of the Sigma Nu fraternity; * * * , Mold Surprlu Birthday Party A group of 40 frieotU and relatives gathered at the country home of Oran Zea Wednesday evening for a'party In honor of Mr. Zea's Wrthday anniversary* . The cTenlng hours were spent socially' and refreshments were •erred at a late noui. The guests were;: Mr. and Mrs. Will Combs and family; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Pottee and family, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence JZe* and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larson and family, the Rer/J. Sig. Stone and Mrs. Stone, Doris and Leona Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mlze and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Kauftman arid family and Mrs. G. W. Zea of Denlson, mother of the honoree, * $ « Entertains At Announcement Party Mrs. Irene Crippen entertained at an evening bridge party Wednesday at her home at which time the approaching marriage of her sister, Miss Marie Smith to Dale Bormuth was announced. Hallowe'en colors and novelties were used in the house decorations,, the bridge tallies and for CAIINCAR Saturday Rainbow Girls. Betsy Ross Junior Club. Monday .• , .Citizenship Dept. A. W. C. TuMday Tuesday Bridge Luncheon. Betsy Ross Party. Hughes, Mrs. Edna Harvey, Mrs. Emma Miller and Mrs. Elma Williams. Pocahontai Club Supper Meeting The Pocabontas club sponsored by Iowa Council held its regular supper meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. C. A. Oliver. Thirty-six were present Following the 6:30 covered dish supper, the Sa-nie-be Camp Fire group, under the direction of the guardian. Miss Florence McNabb, presented a play, "Uncle Tom's Tribune-Times School News 29 ML COMPETE IN ROLAND DECUM CONTEST m I, Dramatic Contests Are Scheduled ROLAND — Twenty-nine Rolan junior high school students wil take part in the elimination de clamatory contest to be held her Tuesday and Wednesday of nex week. Nineteen boys and girls wil compete in the humorous division Tuesday and 10 in the dramatic di vision Wednesday. Following ar» the contestants and their read ings: Humorous "Peggy Piffle'» Pick-up"—Jos Marie Alvestad. "Freddie's Installment Plan"— Lorraine Amundsen. "Rehearsin"—Joel Anderson. the refreshments served at the close of the games. Announcement jf the approach- Ing marriage was made in the bridge prizes awarded. Miss Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Smith, 1207 Lincoln way. She was graduated from Ames high school and has been employed in the local telephone exchange. Mr. Bormuth is an Iowa State college graduate and his home is at Bloomfield, Ind. Guests included besides the honoree: Helen Campbell, Viola Smith, Lucille Smith, Mrs. A. C. Crippen, Bemice Kauffman, Anab<slle White, Florence White, Clarice DuVall, Lois Kreiger, Geraldine Speck. Grace KJnser, Cecilia Cooper, Mae Rouze, May Kennedy, Lucinda Foster. « ;«• * - ' Louis* Crawford P. T. A. Meeting The Louise Crawford Parent- Teacher association held its regular meeting Monday at the schoolhouse. The meeting opened with community singing in charge of Mrs. H. L. Lantz. A brief business >«e*sion was held and Mrs. C. M. Morgan spoke on "What About Work." A general "discussion followed, 7 " •'•' « * « To Enttrtaln Past President's Club Mrs. H. R. Long will be hostess to members of the Past President's club of the Clara Barton Tent No. 9, Daughters of Union Veterans, at her home Saturday evening. The club has no regular meeting date but is entertained by each past president, during her birthday-month. . ••••'Members of this club are, Miss Jessie Kelley, Mrs. M. Belle Kooser, Mrs. Mafrel Long, Mrs, Lulu The later evening was spent in longs, stunts and readings and a most enjoyable time was had. Group Enjoys Hallowe'en Party ' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sucher entertained at a jolly masquerade Hal- lowe'en party Friday at their home, 120 East Eighth street as a courtesy for Wanda and Barbara Penney. Twenty boys and girls participated in the evening's " fun and refreshments were served. D. U. V. Holds Farewell Party Thirty members of the Clara Barton Tent .No. 9 Daughters of Union Veterans met at the home of Mrs. John Williams on Northwestern avenue Friday afternoon as a farewell courtesy for Mrs. Williams. The affair also* honored seven members of the tent who had birthday^ in October. j The covered dish luncheon was (Continued on Page Seven) Farm Bureau And4'H Clubs ™ j*+i J**Bureau Women Hold Meeting Farm bureau women of "Washington township, districts 2B and. 4 met at the home of Mrs. George Christofferson. for the first two les-1 sons on Goals in Homemaking, "Making the Most of Your Kitchen Equipment." Mrs. Fred Randau gave the first lesson and Mrs. Carl Ringgenberg the .second. Thirteen women were present. Refreshments were served during the social hour. "Johnny Hears the Contest"— Truman Anderson. "Bride and the Butcher"—Lola May Bakka. " Sammy's Strategy " — Robert Birkeland. "Mrs. Schuster on the Radio"— Genevieve Firkin. "Janice Entertains S i s t e r's Beau" lona Hanson. "Revenue on a Stingy Beau"— Garvin Herigstad. "Boy at the Cricus"— EtLel Hoversten. "Junior's First Shave"—Raymond Hovick. "Ronny Drives the Car"—Marian Johnson. Mary Jane at the Football Game"—lone Osheim. "George Hag a x Grouch on Sisters"—Glen Peck. "What For?"—Abby Rod." "Misfortune Grips Jimmy From the Rear"—Lois Rod. "China Blue Eyes"—Charoltte Sampson. The Gym Hour"—June Severeid. "Ladies Aid at the Local Theater"—Lois Twedt. Dramatic "Scarecrow's Mother Comes Comes Home"—Irma Anderson. "The Last Leaf"—Ethel Mae Christian. "Glory for Sale"—Helen Jacobson, "The Soft Spot in B 606"—Julie Nelson. "The Sparrow's Fall" — Alic Ritland. "Joey's Friend"—Ruth Norem "God Remembers"—Fern Stens land. "The Bed Next Door"—Betty Thompson. , "The Young v Magi"—Oma Wier son. Students Give Musicale Fri. At Cambridge C A M B RID G E—An all-school musical in which 30 students performed individually and in various grades and music groups participated, was presented in the Cambridge school gymnasium Friday evening. A large crowd-heard the program, in which the'following pupils v.-cre heard in solo' or duet numbers: Stella. Thorson, Robert Dawson, Beverly Presnall, Hamilton Kahler, Evelyn Elder, Billy ^EnffeM, Betty Sesker, Darrell Jones, Lois Cbristofferson, Robert Bfecken- ridge, Margy Clawson, Leora Nervig, Walter Gill, Marvis Woods, Harold Wheeler, Beverly Nickelsen, Jimmy Fish, Alvina Engen, John Jones, Betty Weatherman, Dale Munson, Helen Lewis. Helen Gill, Betty Burton, Frank Fish, Jimmy Weatherman, Dale Stowe: Virginia Mead, Viola Davis, Mary. Inglis. •'..; The high school band, the junior high bchool chorus, a brass octette, i horn trio, senior high ensemble and girls glee club wen> among the special groups which performed. AMES NEGATIVE SillMAXILL MAXWELL—The following hoys and girls hare been named the high ranking students in the Maxwell high school for the six weeks period just ended, rating being on scholarship, school citizenship, at- endance and punctuality: Seniors—Harriett Scott,, first; Marjorie Nelson, second;'Marjorie 3awkins, third. Juniors—Vivian Henning, first; lizabeth Pearson, second; Merri- yn Thornvall, tLird. Sophomores—Ruth Boyd, first; rlaynard Randol, second; William Loncor, third. Freshmen—Gladys Jones, first lathryn Cuff, second; Jean Oling- r, third. CLUB DECISION Members Find Better Material For Argument f For the first -time during tryout debates this year, the Ames High Debate club returned a decision In favor of a negative team this week Until last Monday, the question of the British versus the American system of- radio control seemed rather one-sided, but Intensive work on the part of club members brot to light several new negative arguments, and a negative team of Norman Severson and Robert Richey Monday won a decision from an affirmative team composed of Ray Duitch.ahd Charles Durham. • . . • ., On Wednesday^ another negative team composed 6f Hobert Bliss and Walter Barlow succeeded in hold-' ing the affirmative combination of Norman Severson and Churles Vil- brant tu a tie. These debates E*Mti't Miss the County Society ews Nevada Society News mnd PmrsonmJ* , W. 0. Club Party Tuesday Mrs. M. 0. Morrell and Mrs. E. G. Schoonover were hostesses to members of the W. 0. club and Scrosis-wiuo Holes •-' ~^ : Guest Day Meeting The annual guest day meeting of the Sorosis club was held Thursday at the home of Mrs. W. B. Sperow with 30 women present A one-act play, "Sally's Hat Shop," was presented during the afternoon. Appearing in the cast were, Mrs. Vivian Larson, Mrs, Ella McKim, Mrs. E. C. Button, Mrs. Florence Chapman, Mrs. . Lr. E. Darisson, Mrs. H. E. Hadley. The play provided a most enjoyable entertainment and members of the cast portrayed charac- their husbands and several'guests j ter parts well.- at a: bridge party at the Morrell Florabe! Houston played a selec- SALE , Tuesday Oct. 31st home in Colo Tuesday evening. Traveling /prize was awarded to Mrs. Earl .Wright, high score for the women's games, .Mrs. John Tummell and'Roy Morrell high for men. Hallowe'en colors and appoint- Mr. Ruben \vho represents the manufacturers of JRedfern coats, will be here all day Tues. with his outstanding line of 150 beautiful coats. All sizes . . prices All ments were used in the decorations and menu for the delightful refreshments served at'a late hour by the hostesses who was assisted by Mrs. Roy Morrell, Miss Mabel Schoonover and Miss Zola Carver. Buests included husbands of members and Mr. and Mrs. John Tummell, Mr. .and Mrs. Chorles Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. S- D. Rinehart, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Gearhart, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morrell, Thersa Morrell, Dr. A. G. Glann, Gerald Fleming, Eldon Schoonover, Joe Mulcahy, Mrs. John Lounsberry, Mrs. Frances O'Donnell, the Misses Mabel Schoonover, Mildred German, Maurine Mains. Zola Carver and Miss Jacobson of Nevada. Cemetery Society Holds AH Day Meeting Miss Frances Xothomb was hostess to 10 members of the St James Cemetery society of Colo-at an all day meeting Wednesday. Guests were, Mrs. Chalre Lehman, M*s. R. H. Hopkins and Mrs. Dare Croker. The noon luncheon was served cafeteria style and a short busi- tion on the cornet and Lucille Clemmer the French horn. They were accompanied on the piano by Laura Jane Hansaker. The guest day committees included, Mrs. C. E. Markland ajid: Mrs. Spnes as entertainment coni- rnittee,'Mrs. E. C. Button and Mrs. 0. J. Benjamin committee. as refreshments Four students of Evergreen school. Washington township, maintained an average of 90 per cent or better in all of their studies during the six weeks period-just ended and seven boys and girls were neither absent nor tardy, according to the report of Mrs. Dorothy Gangstead, teacher. Students whose names appeared on the honor roll are Delmer Bennett, 1-Iarold Knudson. Nixola McColly and Rose Sorenson. Those whose attendance records were perfect are Verlan McColly, Nixola Mctolly. Harold Kn.udson, Lucille Knudson, Delmar Lawson, Delmer Bennett and Rose Bates. closed the first round of tryouts, but since outstanding work has been shown by so manv, no announcement of first team places is to be made for several weeks. In the meantime, the club will make a more intensive study of the -subject and of debating technique. Despite the fact that negatives teams finally won a decision, club members are not satisfied with the negative set-up; more substantial arguments are to be developed. State league rules specify that there shall be in every debate four constructive speeches of ten minutes each and four rebuttal speeches; ol |ive .minutes each. These speeches are divide! evenly between the affirmative and negative teams. An affirmative speaker opens the debate and the succeeding constructive speeches alternative between the teams. The. negative opens the rebuttal period, and talks alternate. The affirmative team must have a convincing speaker to open the argument, and the second speaker must have the power to analyze for upon his shoulder rests the burden of selecting the main issn- es and presenting them clearly. A principal v,ssec of negative debaters is the ability to point ou defects in the affirmative case an especially to disprove those argu ments which have been most out standing. Personnel of Glee Qub Is Announced The personnel of the men's glee club at Iowa State college for the fall quarter has been announced by Prof. Tolbert MacRae, head of the music department and director of the club. The list Includes Roland Donel^ son, Robert Blumenschein, Robert Hawley, Merrill Kooker, Marvin Mason, Martlen Griffith, McNeill Woods, Lynn Richardson, Alan Me- Curdy, Hillis Hauser, John MacRae, Qtho Johnson, Daniel Hughes, all of Ames; Milton Geer of Rockwell, Alvin Beck of Hedrick, Ralph Andes of Warrensburg, Mo., Boyd Childs of -enterville, Arden Hughes of Iha- ho Falls, Ida., Herman Enemark of Davenport, Donald Smith of Rapid City, S. D., Justus Legvold of Frost, Minn., Kenneth Godden of Cromwell, Wallace Brown of Paulina; Wayne Lewison of Kanawha, George Shuey of Marshalltown, Jeorge Mather of Sioux Rapids, Robert Prastka of Cedar, Rapids, Donald Kaser of Adel, Robert Thomas of Fort Dodge. Melvim Seymour of Wayne, Neb., James Hadden of Primghar, Wayne Tyler of Afton, Courtney Slife of Hawarden, Warren Clark of Mohall, N. D.. 'lax Soth of Holstein, William Dickinson of Windon, Minn., Iraig Speake of Toledo, Arthur Rommel of Mt Pleasant, William Forster of Albia, Leland ndrews of Red Oak, Otto Mueller f Milwaukee, Jack Estel of Wa- erloo, Paul Greene of Kamrar, .aurence Pease of Farragut, Glen royak of Cedar Rapids, John Brophy of Lansing. Roland Thoensen of Davenport, Kenneth Brinkman of Des Moines, James Bredle of Cedar Rapids, Paul Maland of Kanawha. Fred Thompson of Chicago, Arthur Davidson of Stanwood, Alexander Sampson of Cedar Rapids, August Sindt of Lake Park, Wendell Marsh of Mt. Morris, 111., Harold Gramness of Des Moines, Gene Hollen of Greenfield, Harvey Steiff of Garner, Robert Jacobson of Britt, Vernon Reisser of Sioux City. 102BEARDSHEAR PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE 60 Boys and 42 Girls Are Named on Roll Of the 102 Beardshear schoo students who were neither absen nor tardy during the gix week period just ended, 60 were boyi. 42 were girls, according to figures available at the office of the prin cipal, Miss Hazel Bramer. The fifth grade set the record for grades, 22 of its students having perfect records for the period. Names of pupils who were present every day and on time are as follows: Kindergarten—Melvin Bell, Mar ian Elaine Chesling, Darrell Dawson, Victor Giebelstein, Annabelle Keigley, Commodore Litchfield, Ola May Mehle, Marian Neff, Beverly Bess Parkhouse, Kenneth Whitacre, Bobby Williams, Dean Wing. First grade—Marjorie Anton, Darrell Alcorn, Gerhard Brahms, Bruce Cole, Dolores Dawson, Donald Hlnes, Betty Mell, Rachel Miller, Billy Schneider, Julia Whiteacre. Second Lyle Alice The motion picture committee of the Ames Parent-Teacher association is listing on the school page of the Ames Tribune-Times each week those motion pictures programs being shown in Ames which are suitable for young people. The rating of the' pictures is obtained from the state motion picture chairman of the Iowa Congress of Parent and Teachers. The list for the coming week includes: "Charlie Chan's Greatest Case" —Family. 'Tarzan The Fearless"—Children, entertainin^ but exciting. Youngs folks, excellent. "One Man's Journey"—Family. "Golden Harvest"—Young peo- e. "Saturday's Millions"—Family. "Morning Glory"—Mostly good or young folks 12 to 18. Entertain Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Heintz entertained the W. D. B. club at their country home Wednesday evening. Bridge was played at three tables and -prizes were awarded to Francis Runneals and Clara Sylvester. A 6:30 covered dish dinner preceded the bridge games. ness session and pragrom were held in the afternoon. f> <•/ <£ To Entertain Congregational Aid Mrs. Frank Gerbraucht will be hostess to members of the Congregational Ladies Aid Kelley at her home society of the second Thursday in November instead of on the regular meeting date. *>*<•Birthday Club Holde mrt members of the Ladies B . rtMayclub of the Bible class of S*M Ma * we11 Christian church met at the home of Delila Scott for an HL d ^'^ oe i !ngln honor of one of the clubs former members. Mrs. 2'«ui« Prjr , °f Aitkln . Minn., who 1S Jl 8itins ln ' the community The covomi dish liin^ioon was served at noon and th.- nfi,. r no,)n hours were speut socially. A letter Mrs. Newell Maritz. Mrs. Car Stone and Mrs. Helen Mathison Corfe were in Des Moines Friday on business. Dr. F. H. Connor returned Fri day morning from Chicago where he had been a few days attendin the world's fair. J. H. Burroughs has returned from Des Moines where he ha( been a patient in the Methodis Lospital for several weeks. Mr Burroughs is reported to be in qu:':e good health. Miss Marjorie McDaniel return ed early Friday morning from Nebraska where she had spent the past ten days with relatives in Lincoln, Giltner and Holdredge. Mrs. M. L. Snyder and son Rodney Lee have been visiting at the home of her parents in Stratfcrd siuce Wednesday when with Mr Snyder she had driven up with her sister, Maxine, who had .visited here since Sunday. Miss Louisa Phares was accompanied by Miss Birdie Wall when she motored to Iowa City to attend a meeting Friday. Miss Wall will enter the psycopathic hospital for observation and treatment. Mrs. Harry Tait of Mason City was a guest Friday in the home ofc Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Conner. She was accompanied on her return to .Mason City in the late afternoon by Mrs. George C. White, a house- in the Conner home. was read from Mrs. Dora Hnckett, a nicrnbzer of the class who Is now at Sulj<tiur Springs, Ark. Seek Costumes IFor Dramatic jdub Play Here I By Robert Bliss i Slowly, gracefully, Mig- I nonette steps from her picture, her beautiful hoop skirts swinging lightly against her ankles. "Mignonette" is a three act play to be presented by the Ames High School Dramatic club, November 17 and IS. Altho "Mignonette" is not essentially a costume play the scene swings back to 1S61 in the second act. The dramatic club, ever anxious to produce such scenes as that above beautifully and artistically, is , having difficulty iu procur- ! ing costumes of the Civil j war period. People of the j community who *'ish to | show their appreciation of dramatic arts in the high school may take advantage of this opportunity to help by lending old fashion wearing apparel, eitbei masculine or feminine, to the ' dramatic club. The club positively guarantees to take good care of all articles borrowed and to return them in the s.ime condition in which they come. People wishing to help should get in touch with Mrs. Feme Gauat, the Ames high dramatic coach, at 319 Eighth street—telephone 1428, or Ml«s Phyllis Frfcschce, costnmo naislross of the production. Two Committees Are Named at Meeting oi Bloomington P. T. A A regular meeting of the Bloom ington Parent-Teacher association was held at the schoolhouse l&st Friday evening, at which time two committees were appointed to serve during the year. Miss Alice Wortman, Mrs. S. -E. Olson and Miss Mary Fausch were named to the entertainment committee and Mrs R. W. Wortman and Mrs. Marion Ball' to the refreshment committee. Bloomington association meetings are held the third Friday of each month and announcement was made that the next meeting would feature a Thanksgiving program. Music Feature of Ames Hi Assembly Music was the feature of the Ames high school assembly program presented Friday morning. Prof. Tolbert MacRae, head of the Iowa State college music department, led the students in group singing and the college Y. M. C. A. quartet sang a group of selections. Phillip Norman, president of the schooPs student council, served as program chairman. Mrs. Grace Minert Presides at Organ It was erroneously stated in last week's article on the Girl Reserve initiation that Mrs. Ella Mae Minert presided at the organ during :he ceremony, held in the Congregational church. It was Mrs. Grace Kluckhohn Minert who played the pipe organ' music during the service at which 125 new girls were initiated into the Ames high society. Former Teacher Visits at Oakwood Miss Buelah Hoiand, former teacher at Ooakvood school, Washington township, who is now teaching at Napier, visited at Oakwood Wednesday with Mrs. Carl Ringgenberg. The Napier school is having a corn husking vacation. The Misses Phyllis and Frances Smith and Jean Ross were visitors at Oakwood school Friday afternoon. P-T GROUP MEETS STORY CITY —The Parent- Teacher asociation of Laueson school, No. 4, held, its regular meeting at the schoolfiouse last Thursday evening. A large crowd attended. Following the business session, a program was preseLteci under the direction of Mrs. John Johnson. The numbers Included: Welcome, Katherine Larson; piano ao- lo, Vernon Anderson and son, Vernon;. vocal solo, Kenneth Bickelhaupt; play, "The Hightones Buy a Car," Viola Bickelhaupt, Mary Bald is Anna Johnson, Geneva Wirth, Mildred Holm, Baldus, Mrs. Josephine Jackson, Mrs. Henry Bickelhaupt. At the close of the program Katherine Larson and Daniel Uthe presented Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keller with a gift in behalf of the students. Mrs. Keller was before her receat marriage Miss Matilda Reinsch, teacher in district No. 4 "ast year. Lunch was served hy a commit- :ee. The next meeting will be held Thursday, Nov. 16. Parochial School Dismissed STATE CENTER—The parochial school of St John's Lutheran church four miles north of here, was dismissed last Frida> for a 'wo week's corn husking recess. grade—James Becton, Neva Behling, James Clark, Arlene Cole, Billy Gravitt, Oliver Kellogg, Frederick Litchfield, Mary Ellen Morris, Donald Nelsen, Arlene Roberts, Paul Sills, Stoops, Edward Warren, Williams. Third grade—Kenyon Bell, Floyd Bender, Raymond Benedict, Kenneth Davis, John Harlan, Junior Mehle, Billy Nelsen, Bernice Sills, Kenneth Wing, Tillie Mae Beach, Donna Carr, Doris Comstock, Zellda Connolly, Virginia Mehle, Barbara Ann Theophilus, Jeanne Whitacre. Fourth grade—Harry Barnes, Alma Becton, Maurice Berrisford, Bertha Mae Cassady, Larry- Chesling, Robert DeHart, Edward Farni, Eugene Gooseman, Warren STATE CENTER —Anticipating the Tama-SUte Center football game which ended disastrously for the local squad, the score being 20 to 0, some of the high school students presented a mock wedding at assembly Friday morning. As Pauline Hutson played th» wedding march from Lohengrin the wedding party took its place in front of the assembly. Delos Gtiod- man sang "Frogie Went a Courtin" and the Rev. Ruth Jessen. attired in her father's clothing, read the ceremony from a mail order catalogue, midst the tears of her mother (Kathryn Ferguson). Just as the minister was about to units the Groom, "Tama," ((Betty Now- Ian) and bride, "Victory," (Marcella Boggess wrapped in lac* curtains) "State Center," (Dorothy Shelton dressed in football uniform) dashed In and rescued tht bride. After the ceremony, Delos Good, man sang "i Wish I Was Singf* Again" and "I Was Born About 400 Years Ago" with his own guitar accompaniment. Others par* ticipating in the skit were; Gerdsj Olsen, Lavon Edler and Hazel Sutton, bridesmaids; Betty Sundew lin, bride's father; Raymond Wormley, ring hearer; Ruth Diggins and Lorene Metjte. flowe*! girls; Virginia Stock, best man? Margaret Dressier, maid of honoc, Kelley School Has Husking Vacation; i Teachers are Away KELLEY—Tie Kelley consolid*. ted school is having a two weekg corn busking vacation -which began, Oct. 23. Supt. and Mrs. Harry Gaulke ana family went to Dows Saturday, where they will spent a part "of th« loliday. Miss Cleta Bowers is at ler home in Coon Rapids, Mis* Inez Waterman is in Dows, Mis* Julia Osterland is visiting in Akey, Miss Velma Kitchen is at iel! nembers of the Kelley -?chot)l fac- home near Napier and Miss Edwards is in Iowa City. All are jcveigiey, vema .uewis, itonnie .bee McHone, James West. Fifth grade— Joe Brown, Virginia Carter, John Cole, Lawrence Connolly, Roy Davis, Evelyn Eckard. Lucile Keigley, LaVerne Lee, Williard Lee, Zellettia Leininger, Bertice Leland, John Madt-on, Eugene Matsen, Marjorie McHone. Bobby Olive, Jack Peck, Peggy Rushing, Alberta Steinberg, Raymond Stoops, Robert Taylor, Rich- ulty. ard Taylor, Mabel Thompson. ; " ; Sixth grade-Marjorie Arrasmith; Roscoe Beach, Francine Becton, Donald Fields, Donald Heggen, Walter Heuerman, Marjorie Hubbard, Donald Johns, Charles Likely, Muriel McDonald, Helen McDowell, Leila Shelton, Maxine Sutter, Spencer Vanderlinden, Ruth, Zimmerman. Lafayette Township Schools Are Having Husking Vacation LAFAYETTE Twp.—The follow ing: schools in the to.vnship are now having a two-weeks corn huskin t vacation: Gilbert consolidated school; district Xo. 4. Miss Florence King, tenchei: district No. 8. Mrs. Adelaide Hougland, teacher; Story City high school students ve returned to tneir studies following a week's husking vacation. Miss Ethelee Refnsch of Gilbert visited school at district No. 6 Hondaj. Her sister. Miss Neoma insi.h, in teacher there. Dale arid Raymond ileinsoh vlsl- , d school at district No. 6 Tuea- . day. USE O'NEIL'S PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM IN COOKING Many dishes require milk ic their preparation . . . and the rich cream content of 0'Neil's milk suggests its use for most satisfactory results. Use it to heighten the flavor of dressing, mashed potatoes, in cream sauce for vegetables, and in pumpkin pies ... it pays! Remember, Cook With O'Ndl's Milk You Will Like Our Cottage Cheese for Making Salads Out of the O'NEIL DAIRY M I LK B OTTLE O'Neil's Velvet Ice Cream SPECIAL BRICK BUTTERSCOTCH ICE CREAM PINEAPPLE SHERBET VANILLA ICE CRKAM O'NeM Dairy Commpanny PHONE 62

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