Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 31, 1933 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Ames, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 31, 1933
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

'Birr BITTEt Of Ajar AMES DAILY T1IBUKITIJCW, AMES, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBBft 31,1939. : Society: Ltajut of Womtn Voter* To Meet The November meeting of the League of Women Voters will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in room 224 Memorial Union. The program will be on "Child Welfare," with Mrs. .Edward S- Allen as leader. The general topic is "What tb« State of Iowa in General and Story County in Particular is Doing in the Interest of Child Welfare." Mrs. Allen, state chairman on child welfare will discuss the state work and Miss Helen Crawford, county social «ervice secretary, will discuss the work in the county. Mrs. F. B. Paddock, local chairman, will talk on "The Child Labor Amendment." All women interested are invited to attend the meeting. & f> & Five Hundred Club Meeting IB Postponed The regular meeting of the Five Hundred club which iras to have been held Wednesday has been postponed due to the funeral services which are to be held on that day for the late Dr. Earl Rice. Notice To Arcadia Lodge Members of Arcadia lodge No. 249, A- F. and A. M. will meet at the hall at 1 o'clock Wednesday to attend in a body the funeral services to be held for the late Dr. Earl Rice. / To Entertain Unity Club Wed. The Unity club will meet for 1 o'clock covered dish luncheon Wednesday with Mrs. C. Scar- brougb, 607 Burnett avenue. Knights Templar , Meeting Wednesday Ascension Commandery No. 69, Knights Templar will meet in the Masonic temple Wednesday Nov. 1 for practice. lotra Council With Mrs. Brodwell Iowa council No, 24, Degree of Pocahoatas will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Mae Brodwell on Riverside. «s> <* * V. F. W. Aux. Meeting Wednesday The Veterans of Foreign Wars auxiliary will meet in regular session Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Sheldon-Munn htel. Christian Aid To Meet Thursday The Ladies Aid No. 2 of the Ames Church of Christ will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. L. R. Morris, 617 Burnett avenue. Missionary Society With Mrs. McElyea The Women's Foreign Mission ary society of the First Methodist church will meet with Mrs.' Lew McElyea, 917 Grand avenue Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. C. L. Waltmire will be in charge of the devotional period and Mrs. Harold Giebelstein is the program leader. To Entertain Joyeaux Club The Joyeaux club will meet -with Mrs. N. J. Brintnall, 710 Northwestern avenue Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Bridge will be the diversion of the evening. Former Ames Man Is Married Dr. Clarence H. Godard, formerly of Ames, and Miss Dorothy Deacon of Minenapolis were married at the Congregational parsonage here Monday evening. The Rev. H. K. Hawley, pastor of the.church, performed the ceremony. The couple left Monday evening for Ely, Minn., where Dr. Godard is pfiysician in one of the govern ment's reforestation camps. Dr. Godard, a son of Mr.-and Mrs. E. E. Godard of Madison, Wis., formerly of Ames, was graduated from the University of Iowa medical school in 1932. He spent a year as interne in the Swedish hospital in Minneapolis and entered the reforestation camp service with the rank of lieutenant last June. Mrs. Godard is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Deacon of Minneapolis. To Entertain T. T. Club Wed. Mrs. Clarence Sills will be hostess to the T. T. club Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home, 1510 Douglas avenue. Are Hosts At Evening Bridge Mr and Mrs. H. B. Clemens were hosts at a delightful evening bridge party Sunday at their home, 1444 Ridgewood. Bridge tvas played at three tables during the evening hours. High score prize for the women's games was awarded to Mrs. Kenneth Stokka and Louie Ball for the men. Low score prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sills. The Hallowe'en colors were used in the home decorations and repeated In the delightful refreshments served at the conclusion of the games. Entertain At Hallowe'en Party Charles and Lorraine Speck entertained a group of their friends Monday evening at a jolly Haliow- When Your Daughter Comes toWomanhood Give Her Lydia £. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Moat girls in their teens need a tonic and regulator. Give your oaug-hter Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound for the next iew months. Teach her how to ?r£I <£? hft " lth at thl » CTitlcal CALENDAR Tueiday Tuesday Bridge Luncheon. Betsy Ros» Party. Wimodausis ^Club. Betsy Ross jr. Club Party. Wednesday History & Literature F. W. C. Laetus Club. Short Story F. W. C. Nonpareil Club. Home Economics Div. F. W. C. Five Hundred Club Postponed. Unity Club. V. F. W. Aux. Joyeaux Club. Iowa Council. Knights Templar. T. T. Club. Thursday League of Women Voters. Christian Aid. W. F. M. Society, M. E. you* mother she will thank e'en party at their home on Wood street The affair was a masquerade and the children were attired in a great variety of unique costumes. Games were played during the party hours and pop corn balls and candy were special treats. -, « «• Pythian Sitter* District Meeting Pythian Sisters of Gem Temple No. 52 of Boone are entertaining members of the order from 16 temples Tuesday at the annual eighth district convention. More than one hundred were expected to at tend the meetings which are being held in the U. M. W. A. hall in West Boone, Temples represented are: Ames, ^vada, Baxter, Colfax, Des Moines, Knoxville, Laurel, Melcher, Monroe, Newton, Prairie City, State Center, Story City, Truro and Winterset. «• « • Kappa Phi Sigma Dinner Party The Kappa Phi Sigma sorority held its regular dinner bridge par- tyl Monday evening at the Bungalow tearoom . Covers were arranged for 28 members and guests at small tables centered with lovely yellow chrysanthemums. Bridge was the diversion of the later evening. High score prize was awarded to Miss Moorehouse and second high to Miss Eva White. <*> <$ <» Women!* Relief Corps Dinner Meeting Following the regular business session Friday afternoon in the I. 0. 6. "F.- temple, members of the Women's Relief corps spent the remainder of the> afternoon in sewing for t*e Red Cross. At 6:30 a lovely covered dish supper was served, the families of members being guests at this time. A program was presented "during the evening under the direction of Mrs. Myrtle Latherow. and included selections by a kitchen band composed of ten'W. R. C. members, a group of dance numbers by pupils of Lorraine Grove, and short playett?. - «• County Society News Nuptials Sunday A wedding thet proved to be a genuine surprise to her most intimate girl friends was solemnized here Sunday when Miss Lillian Templeman, daughter of C. C. Templematt of Colo, was married at the home of Councilman and Mrs. C- R- Linn, Mrs. Linn being her aunt with whom she lived since the death of her mother when she was a baby. The groom is G- Herschel Keedy, son of the Rev. G. W. Keedy, pastor of the Friends' church at Green Mountain. The ceremony which was attended by a number of relatives and close friends, was performed by the Rev. Mr. Keedy at 8 o'clock in the morning before an altar improvised of chrysanthemums and ferns. The single ring service was used. Hart L. Russell, brother of the groom, tang "0 Promise Me," accompanied at the piano by his wife. Lohengric'd wedding march was played as the bridal party took their places. The bride wore a dress of blackberry silk with matching accessories, and carried an arm bouquet of talisman roses. A wedding breakfast was served following the ceremony. Mrs. Keedy graduated from the State Center high school with the class of 1930 and afterwards finished at the Central Iowa Business college, Marshalltown. The groom also attended the Marshalltown business school following his graduation from the Mt. Morris, 111., high school; He is now employed at Green Mountain, where the couple will be at home after a honeymoon trip to the Ozark mountains of Missouri. « « « Approaching Marriage Announced Announcement of the coming marriage of their *daugbter, Miss Inez Carey, was made at a party at their home 1 last week by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Carey, of State Center. The groom to be is Harold N. McCammond. of Marshalltown, and the wedding is to take place Nov. 5. Many Marshalltown and State Center friends were in attendance at the announcement party. Snap shots of the couple on bridge tally cards bore the news of the happy event. <$ & <& Entertain Bridge Club The Ideal Bridge club of State Center was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Malloy Thursday evening, games being played at three tables. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts and iMss Helen Malloy and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vail, the latter of Marshalltown. «> <e, « Solre Clnb Holds Meeting Three tables were arranged for i games for the Soire Bridge club Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al G. Christof- ftersen in State Center. High CHRISTMAS SEAL HEADS APPOINP Annual Campaign To Occur Soon DBS MOINES. <U.P>—Chairmen of committees to sponsor the 27th Christmas seal campaign hare been appointed In every Iow» county, according tc Dr. John H. Peck, president of the Iowa* Tuberculosis association. The county committees now are making plans for the sale which will begin Dec. 1, Dr. Peck said. Sub-chairmen are to be appointed in each community and town -In the state. County meetings will be scheduled in practically every Iowa county at which details of the campaign for that particular area will be determined. At these meetings methods of sale by mail, thru the schools, thru personal solicitation, by booths and other methods will be discussed. : A record of previous uses of the seal sale funds will be presented at each county meeting and plans arranged for budgeting of expected seal returns, Dr. Peck announced. A preliminary to the intensive plans for the campaign "will be the semi-annual board meeting of tie association here Nov. 3. In the absence of T. J. Edmonds, 'executive secretary who has directed the campaign for the past 13 .years, Dr. Peck issued a personal letter to each county chairman asking redoubled efforts. Edmonds, the letter stated, was borrowed by Federal Relief Administrator Harry Hopkins of Washington, D. C. Edmonds is acting as field representative for the administration in the region - Including Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Nevada Society News and Arlene Post Entertains at Party Arlene Post entertained* 18 little girls at a Hallowe'en party Saturday evening at-the sheriff's home. Betty Jean Landers of Collins, niece of Sheriff Hattery was a guest from out of town. The evening was spent in the usual Hallowe'en games and stunts and refreshments were served; Mrs. Georg, Dyker who was in charge was assisted by Mrs. Emmett Armstrong. Mrs. Harry Lan gland and Jeanette Post. ' Last year Arlene also entertained at a Hallowe'en party at the sheriff's home. <i» $ «> Is Ingleside Club Hostess Mrs. George Ostrem will be hostess to members of the Ingleside club Thursday at a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home on Eighth street. Mrs. Legore Jacques and Mrs. H. G. Ambrose spent Sunday in Jefferson where they visited with friends and relatives. Wiliam J. Hadley brother of Col. H. E. Hadley underwent an operation Monday morning at the Iowa sanitarium. Mrs. Gertrude Smith has returned from Mason City where she had spent the past two weeks in the home of her cousin. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Boiler of Des Moines spent Sunday with Mr. Boiler's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. R. Boiler. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and family of Waterloo visited with Nevada friends Sunday afternoon. Guests in the E. L. Sylvester home Sunday were, Mrs. Sylvester's sister, Mrs. N. A. Thayer and her son and wife, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Thayer of Eddyville. Mrs. Hattie D. Fowler and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Benjamin returned Sunday from St. Louis Mo., where they had spent a few days with Mrs. Fowler'f daughter, Miss Dorony Fowler. They were en route dome from Chicago. »» Mra V, G , eorRe Lars °n and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Larson of Story City spent Sunday In the homo of Mr. ind Mrs. H. G. Kruwell. At the Hospitals Mary Greeley Disuiissed-Mr$. Roger Williams. College Dismissed—James Roberts, Robert Burkhart, Howard Benjamin, Ina Magestad. « Ames Stamp Club To Meet Wednesday The Ames Stamp club will hold its regular meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 in room 232 of the Memorial Union. An auction of members' duplicates wifl be a part of the program. Collectors and other Interested persons a,re invited ,to attend. University of California astron* omer believes the internal heat of the sun is no more than 180,000,000 degrees. Many summer bathers will testify it's much hotter score honors went to Mr. and Mrs. Emery E. Nason, who were giiesls of the club. Miss Ethel Christoffersen of Audubon, also was a guest. COVEEING SCHOOL MEWS TASK Of IMPORTANCE (Continued from Pag* One.) schools, and the offtco of the high school principal. And of course, office of the »uperlntendent of the sports editor U in constant communication with the high school coaches- Splendid Cooperation The Ames Daily Tribune-Times has enjoyed an excellent cooperation and working relationship with the Ames school system, with the entire board of education, with Superintendent M. G- Davis, and with Principal Verne M. Young of the high school. It is these pleasant relationships in a field of public service that makes it possible for the Tribune-Time* to present such extensive and complete reviews of ihe progress of public school education in Ames as have been presented during past years. One of the most valuable features in the Tribune-Times each week is the Saturday Schools' Tribune-Times. Since the inauguration of "current event" periods which are an important part of the civics and history courses in the public schools of today, the newspaper has come to play an important •part in the-life of the boy and girl of school age. Students have learned to turn from, the comic strips, which once constituted the sole attraction of the paper for young folks, to the editorial pag^ and the general news columns. School Page Added They have learned that the newspaper is entertaining as well as informational; that all stories are not the bare setting forth of fa'cts in an uninteresting manner. -Knowing that the paper has a wide reader interest among youngsters, the Ames Daily Tribune-Times several years ago added a special page to its Saturday edition known as the Schools' Tribune-Times. On this page are carried .interesting facts regarding not only the schools of Ames but of the county. The county superintendent keeps in touch with the schools thru a column edited by her. Here the newspaper attempts to impress upon its readers that its pages are not alone for adults but for children as well. Wholesome Tatk " The newspaper strives to serve everyone in the community; the school page is a feature added in the hope of bettering this service. The students have a personal, live interest in it since, they themselves furnish much of the material used in its makeup. Covering a public school story is one of the most interesting, and wholesome tasks a news reporter encounters. There is that Intense satisfaction of service to childhood, and that feeling of great responsibility in awakening parents and tax-paying citizens to the needs of public school systems in giving a modern education to the modern child. There is so much life In school news, so much action. The entire school system vibrates with yonth- fulness and promise. There Is no way of knowing just how much good results from a well-prepared constructive; news story on some phase of public school life. • SCALE GAME Miss Ada Scott, music teacher in Ames for the past 25 year*, is the inventor of Scale-Skill, an educational game for music students. The game has been copyrighted and is being published by the Tribune Publishing company. Miss Scott was graduated in music from Iowa State college and Drake university and has taught in Ames since that time. The game invented by Miss Scott is played with 120 cards which will build the 15 major scales in books of eight cards each. Signature cards are divided equally among the players, 15 among three or five, 12 among two, lour or six. The rest of the cards are placed face down and are drawn from the pile by- the players. A player may continue to draw as long as he is able to build up ft scale in alphabetic order. The one who builds the largest number of scales is winner. The cards may be ueed also in building arpeggios, chords and a number of the melodic and harmonic scales. TOO GIRLS TAKE ELATLH Ordinarily girls enrolled at Iowa State college are here to study home economics or industrial science. But five freshman girls in engineering courses this year prove that there are exceptions to this rule as to most others. When Alice Churchill of Battle Creek and Catherine Peak of Marshalltown finish their four-year courses in electrical engineering, they will be the first girls to have been graduated from this curriculum. Dressed in mas«uline coveralls as they work around the rotating motors and generators, these girls are asking and receiving no favors. Miss Peak's father is «n electrical equipment dealer, and electricity is second nature to her. She- has chosen to become an electrical engineer because she likes mathematics and because she feels that women should design, electrical household equipment. And Miss Churchill is taking the course because she thinks it will fit her for wi/rk in which she will be happier than in any other she could find. It is not so uncommon for girls to enroll in ceramic engineering, Lutheran Ladies Aid Chicken Dinner THUBSDAY, NOV. 2 5:30 to 7:00 35c —" 25c MENU — Creamed Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Peas, Creamed Carrots, Cranberry Salad, Rolls, Jelly, Butter, Pie and Coffee. the courg* in which Lorna Togstad of Charles City, Martha Stangle of Flemington, N. J., and Margaret Long of Romona, S. D., are frahmen. Miss Stangle's father i* a pottery manufacturer, and Miss Togstad hopes to become a teacher of ceramics. FAOITntBB These three #rl» are in the footsteps of Mrs. Sam-' Whitehouse. daughter of T. R. Af g, dean of engineering, who WM, in 1930. the first jlrl to be graduated In ceramic engineering. Mary E. Poo^K««y*8 City, is a senior thi« year In tne course. WITHOUT 'EXTRAVAGANCE' A CO-ED DRESS Cannot Be Duplicated A/ "Co-Ed" Prices Foriilom Tktf TJirill Yo«.. riw/m "DBu fwcnf.. Porii InwIrMi.. thty'll an** YO« Jfc* f«yy and d«palr of all yow MM*. Whafi m«« they'll IcMoriwk tfotkb .. for Co-Ed Frockt en «(M| to frocks friplo as *xpmilv* la Qv«ltty! limited finances Unlimited fancies! Better Dresses $10,00 $15,00 $16.95 Fall Hat Specials $1,00 Wednesday Only READ THE WANTS terfield 7 S cigarette that's MILDER the cigarette that TASTES BETTER f> w>, IIGGITT & MYIM TOMCCO Co,

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free