Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on November 1, 1933 · Page 6
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Ames, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 1, 1933
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"Birr URTU or AMKT AJOEf DAILY T1IBUWE TIME*, AMJSB, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1933. : Society:- Entertain Church School ClasiM Mon. Mrs. L. A. Wallace and Mrs. Guy S. Greene entertained members of their St. John's Episcopal church school classes at a Hal- lowe'en party in the student center Monday evening. Games were played between the hours of 7 and 8:30, following which refreshments were served by the hostesses. Ruth Bertiford Entertains Saturday Miss Ruth Beresford entertained eight young friends at a party at the home of her parents. Prof, and Mrs. Rex Beresford, Saturday evening. Games furnished the diversion of the evening, and Hallowe'en refreshments were served. R. D. Crosleys Are Hosts Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Crosley, 113 Russell avenue, entertained seven couple* at a Hallowe'en kid party Saturday evening at their home. Guests came dressed as children, and games, contests and dancing furnished entertainment Out-of- town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenen and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Debner of Des Moines. Church High School Group To Hold Party The high school group of the Congregational church will hold a Hallowe'en party at Frisbie house on Lincoln way Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. An entertaining program has been planned 16r the event Arcadia Lodge To Hold Stated Meeting Arcadia Lodge No. 249, A. F. and A. M., will hold a stated meeting in the Masonic temple, Thursday evening at the regular time. Mrs. Olsan To Be Hottets Thurs. Mrs. Charles Olson will be hostess to members of the Double Six Bridge club Thursday evening at her home, 308 North Sheldon avenue. Chi Delta Phi Will Meet Thursday Chi Delta Phi, honorary literary society for women, wfll meet In the fireplace room of the Y. W. C- CALENDAR Wednesday History & Literature F. W. C, Cactus 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. Royal Neighbors. Thursday League of Women Voters. Christian Aid. W. F. M. Society, M. E. Arcadia Lodge. Chi Delta Phi. U. B. Ladies Aid. Double Six Bridge Club. A. W. C. Chorus Rehearsal. Baptist Women's Union. Altar and Rosary. Friday Cleman Club. Yadnom. G. E. M. Club. Ladies' Scottish Society. Friday Bridge Club. Maccabees. A, Thursday o'clock. evening at 7:15 Cleman Club With Mrs. Long Friday Cleman club will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. R. Long, 808 Hodge avenue. «> *> « U. B. Ladies Aid Meet* Thursday The Ladies aid of the United Brethren church -will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Charles LaValley, 214. E. Seventh street Mrs. Guy Olson will serve as assisting hostess. * «- « High School League To Go On Hayrlde Thurs. On Thursday, Nov. 2, the newly organized high school league of the Collegiate Methodist church •will go on a hayride, the first social event to be held by the clnb since its organization several weeks ago. Members -will meet at the church at 7:30 p. m., and following a ride in the vicinity about Ames, will return to the church for refreshments. Each member may invite a guest The next regular meeting of the league will be held Sunday evening, Nov. 5, at 6:30 p. m. « « «• Entertains Class At Dinner Sunday Members of the St. John's Episcopal church school class taught by Miss Letha Davidson were guests at a chicken dinner served Sunday evening by the teacher. Dinner was served at .6 o'clock in the basement of the Ames library, and games and stories were enjoyed during the after dinner hours. Miss Davidson is librarian at the city library. <8> <8> «> Mrs. Burton Is Club Party Hostess For the sixth consecutive year, members of the Pocabontas club and their husbards gathered at the home of Mrs. Prudence Burton, 809 Crawford avenue, for their an- evening. Twenty-one persons-, including five _ special guests, enjoyed an evening of games and contests, and refreshments were served at a late hour. Yadnom Club Will Meet With Mrs. Ash Yadnom club will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Charles B. Ash at her home 419 Ninth street A. W. C. Chorus Rehearsal Thursday The Ames Woman's club chorus will meet for rehearsal at the home of Mrs. A. A. Williams 1303 Kellogg avenue Thursday 'after" noon at 1:30 o'clock. It 5 S important that all chorus members attend this rehearsal since preparations of Christmas music for the December general meeting of the club is just being started. Newlyweds To Be Honored At Dinner Mrs. George Horsley will entertain at a dinner at her home, 622 Douglas avenue, Wednesday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson, whose marriage at Nevada last Saturday has just been Announced. Places will be arranged for eight guests. Mrs. Anderson is the former Miss Daisy Dalton of Des Moines. Mr. Anderson will be remembered Amos ns a former member of state He i,a K aa been away from Ames during which tlmo he has by thft Cndnhy com), ns hprn , n D( , s Mo)no!) v <>nn Mr An- pany for the . - derson is a brother otMr llorsiey. Home Economics Assn. To Hold State Meeting The Iowa Home Economics association will hold its state meeting Friday in the Pompeian room at Younkers tearoom. Dean Genevieve Fisher of Iowa State college, president of the association, will preside. Miss Ellen Pennell, vice president, Miss Marguerite Wherry, secretary, Dr. Beatrice Geiger, of Ames, program chairman and Miss Grances Zuill of Iowa City, president of the American Home Economics association, will attend. Others planning to attend are Miss Inez Whitney, Davenport, supervisor of home economics education; Neale S. Knowles, of Amte, state leader of home demonstration agents; Olivette Pearson of Tipton, vocational home making instructor; Gladys Adams, Cedar Rapids, county home demonstration agent; Juliett Wylie, Hampton, home economics instructor, Lilliam G. Orr, Sioux City, home economics supervisor; Mrs. Jose- phine'Arnquist Bakke, Ames, state leader of girls' 4-H clubs; Alice Brignam, Iowa City, of the clothing department at the State University of Iowa; Dr. P. Mabel Nelson, head of the foods and nutrition department at Iowa State college; Miss Hazel McKibben, Iowa State college; Miss Alice Dahlen, councilor of student clubs, Ames. Miss Zuil, who recently returned from Washington, D. C-, where she attended a conference called by Miss Frances Perkins, secretary of labor, to lay plans for a nationwide ' program for a child health recovery program, will speak on "New Values in Home Economics," at 1:45. At 2:30 a report will be made by Miss Lulu Smith of Iowa City on th« American Association of Home Economics. The final topic for discussion will be "Home Economics LS I Taught It and as I Used It" After the program officers will be elected from ths following ballot: Dean Fisher, president; Miss Wherry and Violet Miller, Tama, vice-president; Beatrice Geiger and Rosalie Ratfibone of Ames, councilor.. Home economists, high school and college instructors and home economics editors as well as dieticians in hospitals and other home economics trained women will attend the day's sessions. Mrs. Morris To Be Hostess Thurs. Division No. 2 of the Christian Church Ladies aid will meet with Mrs. L. R. Morris, 617 Duff avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. • Tuesday's announcement of the meeting erroneously carried Mrs. Morris' address as 617 Burnett avenue. Altar and Rosary Society Meets Thurs. The Altar and Rosary society of St Cecilia's church will hold its regular meeting Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the church parlors with Mrs. C. C. McCarthy as hostess. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdames K. L. Lee, James Collins. Steve Loughran, A. K. Cliff, S. H. McNutt, Myron Rew, Frank Judge, Jim Carberry. An interesting program will be presented by second and third grade pupils of St. Cecilia's parochial school and older pupils of the school will appear in a group of specialty numbers. <§> ^> ^> Two Celebrate Birthdays Tuesday Velda Scanlan celebrated her uinth birthday and Margaret Humphrey celebrated her tenth birthday at a party given Tuesday evening by Mrs. Henry Scanlan at her home, 219S Oakland avenue. Hallowe'en games were played and Hallowe'en colors were carried out in the decorations and refreshments served during the evening. Each girl had a birthday cake. Twenty-two friends of Vclda and Margaret shared in the courtesy. Adult guests included Miss Naomi Canady, Mrs. Jean Breezly, Mrs. C. S. Roberts, Mrs. JP<; Thornton and Miss Harriet Taylor. 916 Clark avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Announcement 1* made that first, third and fourth ward divisions have postponed their regular meeting* for one week. • • • Mrs. McLeod to B* HovteM Friday Mrs. Daniel McLeod, 516 Seventh street, will be hostess to member* of the Ladies Scottish society Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at her home. • • • To Hold White Elephant Party Members of the G. E. M. club will hold a white elephant party Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. H. Abbot, 609 Ridgewood avenue. • • • Maccabees To Meet Friday Eve. Tall Corn Tent-Hive of the Mac- cabees will meet in regular session Friday evening at 8 o'clock In I. 0. O. F. hall. « « • Mrs. Clement Is Bridge Club Hostess The Friday Bridge club will meet at the home of Mrs. L. L. Clement, 928 Clark avenue, Friday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock. «> «> «> Autumn Party to Be Held Thursday The autumn party of the Collegiate Presbyterian church will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the church parlors. * * * Is Honored At Shower Here Tuei. Mrs. B. C. Christenson was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. A. J. Christenson at her home, 419 E. Third street, Tuesday afternoon. The following women shared in the courtesy: Mesdames Cora Copeland, J. N. Stoll, Henry Nosback, Elmer Ull- stad. Carl Miller, Orva Halverson, Edwin Erickson,, Tony,. Cody, Claude Moore, Frank Larson, Cora Lewis, Walter Ballard, Jack Ragsdale Alfred Eness, Roy Bell, Ruth Schultz and J. W. Mannschrick. County Society Neus Entertains Bridge , Club at Slater Bridge club was entertained last Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Larson at their home in Slater, games being played at six tables. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ryg held high score and Mr. and Mrs. John Gunderson, second high. At the close of the games luncheon was served by the hostess. Those playing were Messrs. . and Mesdames Lester Nelson, Clarence Ryg, John Guh- derson, H. W. Marshall, Bert Sutler, F. T. Reis and John A'uld, all club members, and Messrs, and Mesdames D. V. Masser, D. H. Shroeder, Sanford Lande and Morrell' Nervig, special guests. Mrs. downing Is Hostess at Slater Mrs. Frank Nowning enter- Nevada Society Ntws and N. W. C. To Hold General Meet Friday The Nevada Woman's club will hold its general November meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clifton McCall. The current history division will be in charge of the program, which •will include a talk by Prof. H. C. Cook of history and government at Iowa State college. He will speak on the Brookings Institute and its findings in the Iowa tax revision survey. Members of the current history division will answer roll call with "Who's Who in Government." « <§, <£ torraine Decker Wed To Kenneth Banks Miss Lorraine Decker of Boone became the bride of Kenneth T. Banks of Nevada last Thursday in a ceremony performed by the Rev. C. Harris Becker of the Morrison Presbyterian church at Morrison, 111. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Banks, who had accompanied them to Morrison. , Following the ceremony. th« bridal party motored into Chicago where they spent some time at the World's fair. They returned to Nevada Sunday evening. The bride is the daughter of A. Decker of Boone. She was graduated from the Boone high school and for the past three and a half years has been employed at the Donnelley corporation offices here. Mr. Banks is the elder son of Mr. : and Mrs. J. K. Banks of Nevada. He is a graduate of the Nevada high school and for several years has • been employed in the Nevada office of the Donnelley corporation. The couple will make their home in Nevada. <$ A <$> Hard Time Dance At Country Club Twenty-three couples attended the hard-time dancing party held at the Indian Creek Golf and Country club Monday evening. Sandwiches and coffee were served during the evening Among the out-of-town persons present were Mr. and Mrs. Forest Cooper, Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Steele and Dr. and Mrs. Houser, all of Maxwell. tained at two tables of bridge at her home in Slater last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. George Stiegler won high score for the games and Mrs. H. W. Marshall, low score. At the close of play, the hostess served lunch, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. John Gunderson, and Miss Julia Jones. Guests were Mesdames Ralph Clark, John Auld, H. W. Marshall, Clarence Ryg, George Stiegler, Bert Sutter, Clarence Clark, John Gunderson and Miss Julia Jones. Story City Girl Is Wed Thursday Miss Guerean Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Henderson of Story City, and Finn Torjussen, son of Karl Torjus- sen of Brooklyn, N. Y., were united in marriage last Thursday in the Immanuel Lutheran church parsonage in Story City. The Rev. T. T. Heimarck performed the ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and 'Mrs. Reuben Jacobson of Story City. The bride was graduated from the Story City high school and has been employed the past year in Brooklyn, N. Y., where Mr. Torjussen also is employed. The couple will be at home in Brooklyn after November 18. Huxley Women Are Shower Hostesses Mrs. Leland Seversike, Mrs. Burton Fjelland and Mrs. Thompson entertained at a-miscellaneous shower last Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Walter Program for Guild Event At St. John's The program tor the entertainment being presented by St John's guild at the parish house of St. John's - by - the - Campus, Thursday at 8 p. m., was announced Wednesday by the committee. Andy Woolfries, radio announcer at WOr, will preside as master of ceremonies. A free will offering will be taken. Following 1« the program: Trio, "Romance" (Debussey), and "Salut d'Amour" (Love's Greeting) (Elgar), Mrs. J. C. Gilman, violin, Mrs. Fred Dudley, violin cello, and Mrs. H. J. Plagge; piano. Monologue, by B. S. Willis. Soprano solos, "Do Not Go, My Love" (Hageman); "A Lovely Little Dream" (Rosalind Cook), and "The Secret" (Schubert), by Mrs. David McClure. Xylophone solos, Irish medley, "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and My Wild Irish Rose;" "Nola," and "Stars and Stripes Forever" (Sousa), by Rollin Chinn. One-act play, "The Bald Spot," by K«eley Cranford, directed by Thyria Hughart Needham. Cast: Amy, the wife, Mary Lou Wiest; Aubrey, the husband, Tom Hurt; Mrs. Cole, Amy's friend, Mrs. Blair Converse; Mrs. Fish, Amy's mother, Mrs. F. S. Wilkins. Bevier Spinney Is Architecture Award Winner Bevier Spinney of Ames, graduate student of architectural engineering at Iowa State college, and Gordon GilUland of Ames, senior in the department, are among the 17 winners of scholarships offered this year by the Illuminating Engineering society. They are among six Iowa State students under consideration. The scholarships provide entrance fees in the several competitions which will be held this school year by the Beaux Arts Institute of Design In New York City. Spinney and Gilliland are working now on the first competition, the design of a county court house. Spinney, son of Prof, and Mrs. L. B. Spinney, is a graduate pf Ames high and received his undergraduate degree from Iowa State last year. Professor Spinney is a member of the physics staff at Iowa State.' ' ' Students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Uni^^^-J 1 ^ <£?« -si* of mln^s? the' U*™I* of Pennsylvania, the Carnegie Institute of Technology, New York university and the 'Catholic University of America won the other 15 scholarships. Royal Neighbors Wednesday Night Royal Neighbors, camp 4071. will meet, in the I. o. 0. F. hall for • regular session Wednesday night. <!> ^ $ Baptist Women's Union Will Meat Tlu- r.oooml wnrd division of tlift Hapiist Women's union will i))«>f>t at the home o,C Airs. Emll Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Statler and their son-in-law, W. C. Nelson of Des Moines, have returned from a trip to Farmer City and Amboy, 111. Mrs. L. B. Wolf returned Monday from Davenport where she had spent several days with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Williams, who moved there recently from Ames. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Freeland, Mrs. Beulah Freeland and son John, spent the weekend visiting relatives and friends in Taylor county. They were accompanied by Miss Grace Roberts, who visited at her home in Mt. Ayr. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Fontanini and daughters, Gloria Jean and Doris Mae, and Mrs. Fontanini's mother, Mrs. Vignoroli, all of Ankeny, spent Sunday at the John and Cesaar Stefan! homes here. Mrs. Paul Welty was in Iowa Falls Monday where she attended a social function. Mrs. Will Harrington of Mason City, who had accompanied her sister. Mrs. Gertrude Smith, to the Smith home here from Mason City returned to Mason City Monday afternoon. and contests formed- the diversion of the afternoon. A tray lunch was served by the hostess following the games. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. O. A. Hutton of Omaha, Mrs. John Legvold of Madrid, Mrs. Venal Alleman and Richard of Alleman, Mrs. .Alvin. Marmott and Betty Rose of Alleman, Mrs. Art Seversike of Elkhart, Mrs. Jonas Folgers and Marie of Slater, and Mrs. Austin Skromme of Kelley. Others sharing in the courtesy were Mesdames George Anderson, Ben Hokel, Alfred Horstad, A. T. Fjelland, Tilden Fjelland, Alleta Hill, Jonas Tesdall, John Severeid, Ole Legvold and the Misses Ora and Ella Legvold and Lenora Hokel, all of Huxley. ^^^^ READ THE WANTS Commemoration of Dead at Eucharists All Saints day. Wednesday, and All Souls day Thursday are the occasions for ^pecial commemoration services "at St John's-by-the- Campus. Holy Eucharist was celebrated Wednesday morning, and on Tnurs- day there will be two services of the Eucharist in commemoration of the departed, "when we remember at the altar our loved ones who have entered the life beyond," according to the Rev. LeRoy S. Burroughs, , rector of the church. The Thursday Eucharists will take place at 7 and 9 a- m. EDUCATION WEEK PLANS PROCtREM (Continued from Page One) school as a "home room period" and at the conclusion of the sixth class period there will be an assembly and program In the auditorium Parents of football players will sit on the platform, just as the players themselves are honored during a school assembly. The program will be arranged by the student council assembly committee, with Misg Helen Mackin, faculty advisor, in charge. Athletic coaches will give pep talks. A group from the high school dramatic club will present a scene from the play '.'Mignonette" which the club will present later this month. Only student players and student council members who will serve as guides during the evening will be present for the affair. Armistice Day Plan Armistice day will be observed in the schools on Friday November 10 with special speakers to be provided thru the American Legion for the senior- and junior high schools, and brief flag ceremonies at the grade schools. During the day in grade school classes, there will be special lessons in the use and proper display of the American flag. The Armistice programs will be centered about the flag poles on school yards, with the pupils singing "America," reciting the "Oath of Allegiance" to the flag, giving a salute and closing with "Taps" played by buglers. Superintendent M. G. Davis will address 'the Ames Rotary club Monday noon on the subject "Problems Faced by the Ames Board of Education." To Address Legion Prof. R. M. Vlfquain, member of the board, will speak before the assembly of the Ames post of the American Legion, Monday night, November 13. The entire board has been Invited to attend the Legion meeting. President Walter H. Root has accepted the invitation. The board will hold its regular business meeting that night and will adjourn early to go to the Legion gathering. Ministers in the Ames churches, will be asked to prepare sermons for Sunday, November 12, or if that is not practical to present briefly the subject of public school education. Sermons also may include a patriotic topic, and the subject "Education for Peace" has been suggested. Another feature of education week here will be an, event of the Ames Woman's club In intertain- ing young people of school age who are not in school this year. Details of this program will be announced by the club when completed. to obtain all the notices of stated meetings and reports of events is a collossal task. It would be utterly Impossible to maintain the live, u»-to-date column which is presented every day in the Tribune-Times were it not for the fine cooperation of many women who are assigned by their organizations to the duty of sending these reports in to the newspaper. There are certain seasons of the year, such as Hallowe'en, Christmas, the Iowa State college rushing season, Thanksgiving, etc., when the society editor is swamped with the mass of material that accumulates dally on her desk. Daily Flow .Heavy There is at all times of the year in Ames a continual flow of society news that provides a good day's work every day for the society editor. Her telephone is the busiest line in the office, and scores of items come in by mail or by personal delivery every week. It has been necessary for the society editor to establish certain "deadlines" for news copy. Items ,intended for Saturday publication should be in the office by Friday afternoon, because the paper goes to press at 1 p. m. on Saturday, and the day therefore is cut nearly in half. Recently there was established a 11 a. m. time limit for copy for the same day's publication. The society page has to be made up in its turn in the mechanical department, and the mass of material coming in* this talk has made it impossible PAOBTVtSS to complete the pace with material coming in after n o'clock. Wh«n N«w» G«t» $U1* There la one point la handling social newg that reporter* for various club groups often overlook. That Is the principal that newt ceases to be news after it Is two or three days old. Many persons during the course of a month send in reports of social events that occurred from two days to weeek previously. The society editor endeavors to make such use of these as she can, but it is Impossible to give them the treatment they should and could receive if they,, had arrived at the newspaper office at once after the event occurred. The Tribune-Times presents one other weekly feature that commands wide attention and interest among its housewife readers. That is the Friday food advertising section in which are grouped the -Saturday sales events of all tie Ames food stores. This is a section for which the Tribune-Times advertisers pay directly according to space used. The other women's features are a part of the whole newspaper makeup which all the newspaper's advertisers support indirectly. Medicinal • Safe • Give Quick Relief LUDEN S 5< Monthol Cough Drops FEATURES FOR WOMEN IMPORTANT TO PAPER (Continued from Pagn One.) current novels by popular writers which attract a large number of women readers; a weekly health message for the home from the Iowa state department of health; and at frequent Intervals special features that ar n of more temporary character. But most of all, is the daily society column which throbs with .the life and activity of Ames social circles. Additional society news from all over Story county also is carried every day. 200 Social Groups Few people realize that there are nearly 200 civic organizations, churches, fraternal orders, societies, sororities, fraternities and clubs in Ames that provide a continual source of news of Asocial events. To keep in touch with these and THE ORIGINAL Rexall One Cent Sale WED., THUR., FRIDAY and SAT. Lincoln-Way Pharmacy WEST AMES THE REXALL STORE PHONE 1030 COMING! TO AMES Dr. Wilbert Shallenberger, M. D. Hotel Sheldon-Munn, Saturday afternoon, Nov. 4th from 1 p. m. to 9 p. m.; NEVADA, Hotel Story, Saturday forenoon, Nov. 4th. 419th visit. The regular and reliable Chicago Specialist. I will make my regular visit on the above date and will be glad to see those afflicted with rectal or chronic trouble. Anyone ailing is welcome fo come in for free examination. I treat diseases of Stomach and Bowels; Liver and Gall Bladder troubles; Piles, and other rectal diseases; Nervous diseases; diseases of the Heart; Skin diseases; Kidney, Bladder and Prostatic troubles; Catarrh; Catarrhal deafness; Asthma; Bronchitis; Rheumatism of the joints and muscles; Neuralgia; Sick headaches; High Blood Pressure; Goiter; Diabetes; Constipation; Varicose Veins and Leg Ulcers; Female disorders; Hydrocele; Epilepsy and other chronic diseases. Trusses and abdominal supporters fitted and rupture treated. Remember I have had 32 years of successful experience treating this class of diseases and have successfully treated thousands of patients—many of them avoiding operations thru my treatment and advice. If you call and after an examina- - tion you desire treatment, the cost will be reasonable. I have facilities to give you high class, scientific service. If you are ailing and will come in on the above date, It will be a pleasure for me to examine you and advise you accordingly. Address letters to Dr. Wilbert Shallenberger, M. D., 768 Oakwood Blvd., Chicago, 111. mm ftt***S**XKf M&8&%8$fM How Hilton Boynton Wins Scholarship Hilton Boynton of South Hadley, Mass., a senior in dairy husbandry at Iowa State college, hns been awarded the A. C. McCandlish trophy Riven each year to the best student in the advanced class in dairy breeds. The trophy is donated by the man who was head of dairy husbandry at Iowa State from 1918 to 1021 and who now is In tlie dairy husbandry dcpartniont of the West Scotland Collcso of Agriculture. TEST No. 7 nerves? Jangled Nerves Can Make Driving Miserable — For You and Others Do you ever worry ? Have you things on your mind? Are you high-strung... alive? Then watch out. Check up today and see if you ever fly off the handle...the telltale sign of jangled nerves. Those aronnd you notice it long before yon do yourself. That's one of the greatest dangers of jangled nerves. Without your knowing it you may be saying and doing things you will regret bitterly afterward. Get your full amount of sleep every night. Eat regularly and sensibly. Find time for recreation. And smoke Camels —for Camel's costlier tobaccos never get on your nerves. -•lit? L^COSTLIER TOBACCOS - Camels are made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE tobaccos than any other popular brand of cigarettes! THEY NEVER GET ON YOUR NERVES!

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