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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - December 23, 1935, Ames, Iowa Buy better in Ames Jemes daily Tribune. Ames. Iowa. Monday december 23, 1935 Page three entertained their mothers at the beautifully decorated in Christmas colors. A gift Exchange among members was a social feature and each Mother was also Given a gift. Mothers present were mrs. Cav Nar of California mrs. E. R. Tweet of Kelley mrs. Clarence Bellow of Huxley. Mrs. Hitz of Alleman mrs. Fausch and mrs. Calp of Ai j Leman mrs. Blak it of Polk City j mrs. Taylor mrs. Crabtree and i mrs. Zachary. Members present include mesdames Grater. Hilda crab a a Mildred Jacobsen Evelyn Peterson Faye Carlson. Ruby Krause. Ber tha Ringgenberg. Nelson Erma Harman and glad is Holland zoo to sell Stock Toronto. One. Tip a anyone having a desire to own a smart baby w Allbie aft Iran Porcupine emus Deer ducks or Angora goats can buy them from the tor euro zoo. Directors decided to soil their excess Stock. County society and locals fourth grades. The play was directed by miss Doris Graham who is the music instructor. State Center secret wedding is announced a wedding last Spring which involved state Center Young people has just been made Public. Miss Edna Schaper daughter of mrs. Lena Schaper. And j. Loren Ethington son of mrs. Joseph Ellington were married of St. Joseph. Mo., May 17, at the first English lutheran Church with the Rev. Harmon j. Mcguire officiating. Mrs. Ethington is a graduate from the St. Anthony High school and attended the Central Iowa business College. Or. Ethington w As graduated from the state Center High school in 1933. Both Are now employed in Marshalltown. Dance Pupil arc entertained sat. Miss Betty Hegges of Des Moines dance instructor presented her pupils in a Lovely recital saturday evening at the Shamdon Munn hotel ballroom. Mere than 73 parents and friends of the students were guests. The recital program consisted of Clever Solo and group dance Durn hrs under the direction of miss Heggen. At the close of the program gifts were distributed to the children from the lighted Christ engagement of their daughter Mas tree by miss he fac a. Jeanette to or. Fred a. Ellis son taking part were Beverly in of or. And mrs Arthur Ellis of Cholson Dottle Jean Thomas jul Minneapolis. By Wilson Donna Sauvain bar the wedding will take place in Bara Hall Marion Willis Joyce the Early summer. Murphy Nancy Wilson Helen Ann Knudson Dorothy Maitland Betty notice to ism Jones Patty Lewis Joan Judea shrine roup Rosemary Grover i Beverly Judea shrine has received an in Cox Delores Lodder Doris citation to attend the ceremonial week Eleaine Vifquain Dorothy of the Boone shrine Friday eve Lewis Jean la Rue Charline Ning dec. 27, at Boone. Smith and four Studen a from Des it it Moines Gloria Kersbergen Jane travelling 12 Bohannon Grace Mary and Ruth holds meeting Zornes. Members of the travelling later the ballroom classes in twelve Bridge club met sunday Joyed dancing. Evening at the Home of or. And Ltd it Ltd it it mrs. Homer Daggett for a 6 30 High school league dinner and Bridge party. Holds party monday High score prizes were awarded members of the High school to mrs. De Fowler and Orlo Best league of Tbs collegiate methodist and Low in mrs. Daggett and or Church entertained Ames High tie Harper school seniors of last year at a party monday afternoon from 2 30 to 5 of clock at the Church. These honoured were Ellen Gay Pickett Max Waterman Bill Horn Billy Hewitt Russell Whitfield Caryl Pratt Alice done i son and Lois King. The party was alar in the nature of a Farewell for Margaret and Ruth Bacon who Are leaving this week to make their Home in Ohio. Isadora Gastanaga. Joe Louis next opponent says hell Stop the bomber in three rounds. Evidently the talented spaniard can imitate a Rafti Maxwell Maxwell Garden club elects officer the Maxwell Garden club held its annual Christmas party and election of officers at the Home of mrs. G. W. Olinger tuesday afternoon. Officers named for 1936 Are mrs. In b. Holland president mrs. O. D. Houser vice president mrs. A. E. Harris Secretary treasurer. The singing of Christmas carols was led by mrs. Lee fish and a Reading. A the flight a was Given by mrs. G. W. Olinger. Gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Ross Clinger a team won the membership contest it was announced and As a result will be entertained at a party Given by the losing team captained by mrs. A. E. Harris. Thursday High school league party Friday yours amp mine club. To help end it sooner rub Throat and Chest with last m mute suggestions pythian sister elect officers officers were elected in state Center Temple no. 76. Pythian Sisters thursday night As follows most excellent chief mrs. Mary Patton excellent senior mrs. Gladys Meads excellent Junior mrs. Bernice Wormley manager mrs. Mamie Ferguson mistress of records and correspondence mrs. Edith Foote mistress of finance mrs. Harriett Biensen protector mrs. Vlah Riemen Schneider guard mrs. Edith Grey. Or. Robinson was sex Eliest chief the past year. Sheldahl Roland approaching nuptial announced or. And mrs. J. E. Britson announced the approaching marriage of their daughter Helen to Harold Hanson of Mccallsburg. The marriage will take place new years Day at Roland. House slippers hosiery a galoshes footwear for men women and children i hostess to l. W. C. Club mrs. Noel Thompson entertained members of the l. W. C. Club wednesday evening at her Home the Home was beautifully decorated. The hours were spent informally a gift Exchange being featured. Refreshments were served at a late hour. Bauge go getter club holds party members of the tills go getter club Are holding a Christmas party monday afternoon at 4 30 at the Home of mrs. S. T. Dearinger 822 Ca toll Avenue. A to cent gift Exchange it being featured. It it it it a yours and mine club meeting Friday the yours and mine club will meet with mrs. Charles Cook 818 Northwestern Avenue. Friday afternoon at 2 15. Zen Orville shoes that satisfy or. And mrs. Harold Miller of Bancroft Warren priest and Belle priest of Ames were monday night guests in the Joseph priest Home. The ladies Aid society held a Bazar at the Church tuesday evening owing to the bad roads the crowd was Small. Min. Sparks and Kenneth Keller of Kasson Minn., Bill Nelson and Forrest Bay of Dodge Center. Minn., a a tent Friday night at the s. A. Musgrove Home the boy Are making a trip by Auto to various p ints in California. The Epworth league of braid a enter and Jordan were entertained sunday evening at the zen Orville Church. Fifty were present. The pupils it f Lone trop school enjoyed a Christmas tree and treats Friday afternoon. Several of the mothers were present and enjoyed the Christmas or g am. Is head m. E. Brotherhood group or. J. M. Aikman was elected president of the newly organized menus brotherhood of the collegiate methodist Church at the organization meeting Sunda evening at the Church. Garfield reman is Secretary and treasurer. Four committees were appointed the meeting and program project. Membership and Extension. The next my Ting will be Jan. Miss Gladys gurholt local parochial school teacher left Friday for her hone at Waupaca wis. She will spend the holidays with her parents. Mrs. John Robinson and Haugh ter Ruth left Friday for it. At to spend the holidays with relatives. Or. And mrs. Andrew Babka arc the parents of a daughter born dec. 19. Students arriving Home for the holidays from Waldorf College in elude Constance Frederickson Dorothy Boyd pm tha Hov Craton Martha and Harold Savereide marriage licenses Nevada a licenses to wed have been issued by the clerk of the District court Here to the following couples Merle u. Baker 23. And Doris Peter 21. Both Ames. Hugh Steavenson 25. And Mary veiling 22. Both of Elsberry to. Harold Huff. 23, Nevada and Genevieve Erick on 21, Roland. Priscilla club holds party Friday members of be hoj. Of mrs. Mildred Graber Friar a aft Moon. The Nome was plan Oyster Stew and party tour Day students in the state Center tip proves True Mountain View. To. Cab pranksters wrote a whisky for Sal Quot on a local tailors window officers searched the shop. Found illegal lieu r and arrested the Man. Huxley Royal Neihbors elect new officers Englewood cat. No 320. Royal neighbor of America in i thurs i Day night the foil iving officers i were elected Oracle. Mrs. Maude Evans vile Oracle mrs. Grace Brown Chancellor miss Vena Smith reorder mrs. Bertha in err receiver mrs. Lois Shepard Marshall. Miss Khz i Homer inner Sentinel. Ruby Steffensen outer Sentinel miss Vivian Ewalt manager mrs. Grace Steffensen musician mrs. Mary Belle Eastman Junior director mrs. Bertha Myers assistant Junior director mrs. Grace Brown. Mrs Kittie Vanpelt past Oracle will be installing officer at the meeting in january. Entertain husbands at Christmas party members of the Koz Klub entertained their husbands at a Christmas party thursday evening at the Vinal Alleman Home. \ potluck dinner was served Ani gifts were exchanged. Those present were or. And mrs. Leland be vend he or. And mrs. Burton Fjelland. Or. And mrs Ben Hoke or. And mrs. B. J. An Finson or. And mrs. Albert Miller or. And mis. John severed or and mrs. Arthur Seversike and or. And mrs. Thomas Erickson. A a mrs. Tom Olson is honoured wed. Mrs. Ben Hoke mrs. Burton Tesdall and mrs. Clarence Hill entertained at a party wednesday afternoon honouring or. Tom Olson who is leaving this co Mem Ity the first of the year. Those sharing in the Courtesy j were mrs. B. J. Anfinson. Or. Cirl e. Beng or. Kenneth Grant it and mrs. Beverly i. Christmas Milter Ellis engagement i Ann need or. Anil mrs. Georg a. Mille 881 eighth Street announce the merry Christmas a Ftp of Jim \<4 pattern Suao or cd a a puck <juu4d Tull x4 a Mayna it Ciao Lex of a pc vict Kab a curve Raool i Coy it Lyv Moxco no. Alleman j mrs. Will Cassell was hostess to the 8. N. S. Club wednesday after noon. A member were present the Exchange of Christmas gifts i helped to furnish fun for All after j which the hostess served refreshments. Con by l by sons Fritz and Henry of Golden City mo., spent the week end in the William Muellen Thaler Home. T. A. Larson and his sister or. Hilda Ekrem of St. Paul Minn. Were the honoured guests m end by. Evening at a birthday party in the Home of their sister. Mrs. C. T i arson and husband in Huxley. Mary Jean and Rose Carol Lar son gave a Christmas party for the Epworth league members of the m. E. Church of Sheldahl saturday evening. Games and music furnished entertainment. Thirty members were present. Christmas gifts were exchanged then the girls Mother mrs. T. V Larson served refreshments other guests i were mrs. Roy Hanson of Ames a Wadys and Irma Peterson. Paul tessem had his tonsils re Moed tuesday in a Des Moines Hospital. His sister Betty Lee who is in the lutheran Hospital is improving slowly. Mrs. L. E. Lehman and baby daughter Margaret Joan who a born december 8, returned Home tuesday from the lutheran to Pital mrs. Ken Chicken and baby daughter Betts to returned to then Home in Alleman from the methodist Hospital in Des Moines j Friday. Friends Aud neighbors of Oscar i olym Hie Urr it to Bain that he had to return to the lutheran bos phial again Lur further treatment Ca us etl by the infection in his Finger. I he Velma Benson family were guests in the Everet Klongland Homo sunday evening a Large crowd attended the i hot Junta play which was gift by the first second third and a firm Bureau and4 h clubs i the Lively Lincoln link. Or Lincoln township met at their club room dec. It. Fix members and the Leader we e present. The naming was called to order by the president devotional were led by Beati Norman. Talks were Given by Anay Phil ups Goldie Cerka and mrs. Ii a. Cerka. New officers lore Al cled a Fol lows president Bernice Steelman vice president fear Norman gee rotary treasurer Velma Fink photographer Inez Adams news re port Mildred Campbell historian Amy Phillips a grab Bay and Christmas car old furnished entertainment the meeting adjourned after a Dell Cious lunch served by a my Phillips and Goldie Cerka. Year through it will be a merry Christmas and a Happy new year if you change Over to the Fine Rich Mellow flavor of butter nut Coffee right now. That is the gift everyone can have for the asking. You May think your present Coffee has fair flavor but wait until you taste butter nut. It is perfection costs no More than Many others so you May As Well have the Best. Mccallsburg Mitt Osmund ton and a had Euld Are wed miss la vin., o Dan for of or Aud mrs. Clan acc Iii mud Han Anil the Bride of Hun id haunt Field of or and mrs mar Hal haunt Reid of Ravel if in a ceremony performed Vav Flint Ida it alte Neou at 5 o clock in the parsonage of the Zion lutheran Church. The r v. H. N Bankc read the service. The couple was att Ndoja by the brides sister. Miss Marjorie of in n Mison and the bridegroom a Broth r. Kermit Haro f a d. A reception held of in be today s pattern Bureau 103 Park ave new York enclosed is 15 cents in Coin or pattern no. Bise. Name address. City. State. A stud of this newspaper

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