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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 20, 1938, Ames, Iowa Monday. June 20, 193ames daily Tribune Ames. Iowa Page three Etui in Omen 6 cd local ae5 an cd Cli monday legion auxiliary. Tuesday Judea . Lodge. Women a Bridge country club Willard , stitch a lot be wednesday w. H. B. Club. Women a Golf country club woman a rotary picnic postponed. President and mrs. C. E. Friley hold reception for summer i Quarter students and faculty several Hundred students attending summer Quarter classes a Iowa state College and faculty were guests sunday afternoon at a Lovely reception Given by president and mrs c. A Friley at their borne. The Knoll. This is the first time such an affair has been held for those in school during the summer months. The warm sunshiny Day Drew a Large crowd to the spacious Lawn of the Home where president and mrs. Friley received the guests Between 4 30 and 6 of clock. J. Al Foster Dean of the summer Quarter and mrs Foster As a a a. Is ated in receiving and prof. A. L. Anderson and prof. B. J. Firkins introduced the guests. The tables placed about the Lawn were entered with Lovely arrangements of summon Flowers and punch anti cookies were served during the afternoon. Or. And mrs. Richard Beckman were chairmen of the Lawn hosts and hostesses. The circulating hosts on the Lawn were the messes. And mesdames t. R. Avg. R. K. Buchanan h. H. Kildee m. D. Felser. Charles Merrick j it. Sage h. C. Gregg George Vav. Godfrey. R. K. Bliss Anson Marston c. F. Curtiss Vav h. Stevenson and mrs. Madge Mcguade. Miss Genevieve Fisher miss Frances Sims miss Margaret Stanton and miss Maria Roberts. Lawn hosts were John Aikman or. And mrs f. C. Dana miss Fredrica Shattuck or. And mrs. J. L. Lush or. And mrs. S. D. Phillips miss Margaret Ohlson miss Paulena Nickel Vav. L. Hunter or. And mrs. Ralph Moyer or. And mrs. B s Pckett or. And mrs. To w. Schultz. Or. And mrs. George Hendrickson and miss Gertrude Chittenden. Or. And mrs. J. A Wilkinson were chairmen of the Tea hosts and those who poured were miss Fern a. Goulding mrs. T. K. Sexauer mrs. Thomas f. Vance mrs. A. Ii. Workman mrs. E. It. Ross miss Enid a Ter miss Kathryn Grainer and mrs. A. L. Anderson. Assisting were Thomas f. Vance t. E. Sex a Beor. And mrs. Fred Brandner miss Lyle miss Joanne Hansen and mrs. B. J. Firkins. Other members of the faculty assisting were miss i Orenco Walls. Miss Anne Guthrie and prof k Volz. Amp it 4 Doris Cook weds Keith w. Cooper miss Loris Cook daughter of mrs. Roy Riggs of near Nevada and Keith Vav. Cooper son of or. And mrs. Vav. To. Cooper of Ames i Ere married in a ceremony performed saturday morning in the Tittle tattle tale of style in Vomm from Bon wit Teller new York memorial lutheran Church in Nevada. The single ring service was read at 9 of clock by the Rev j. Ltd. Simon. Harry Christiansen at the Organ played the wedding marches and also softly during the Reading of the service mrs. William Dailey of Ames was Matron of Honor Anil Ferris Malcolm of Brac Teate was Best Man. The Bride was attired in a biege Cream coloured frock with Violet accessories and a wide leghorn hat. She wore a Corsage of Violet Sweet peas and Pink Rose buds. The maid of Honor wore a Rose frock with White accessories and her Flowers were a Corsage of Pink roses and Blue Delphinium. A three course wedding breakfast was served at the Home of mrs. Hazel nutty. Guests were stated at one Large and two smaller tables decorated with Blue delphiniums and Pink roses tile Bride is a graduate of Ames High school and attended a business College in Des Moines. She has been employed in Nevada. The bridegroom a graduate of Ames High school attended Iowa state College. He is now employed in the research department of the Michael Leonard seed company. Immediately after the breakfast the couple left on a honeymoon trip upon their return they will i Mai dish their Homo in Ames. Attending the wedding from Ames were or. And mrs. Vav. A. Cooper and daughters. Mort a glee Roma Jean Marilee and Marl is and or. And his. William Dailey. # a # Golf luncheon for wednesday the weekly Golf luncheon for women of the Ames Golf and country Chih will be held wednesday. Players will toe off at a. In. The Golf lesson a i will be followed by luncheon at 12 30. Luncheon hostesses will he mrs. C. A Hudson and miss Josephine Mac Rae. Luncheon reservations Are to be phoned to 3. # it. Bride elect is honoured miss remits Howland of Norris. Tenn., daughter of or. And mrs. Ltha Lim Howland of near Ames is to i be married july 5 was honoured at a i Lovely i of clock luncheon party give j in Friday by mrs. Harry Clausen Cousin of the honoree miss Howland is a graduate of Iowa state College where she wag j an Honor student. Sin also at ten Ujj j Del vier r ill a Aimer College at Detroit Mich., and received her masters degree from Columbia University she taught for one year at Columbia University and has been engaged in Nursery school work for the past two years of Norris Tenn. Miss Howland will marry Hiram Ostrander son of mrs. Mary Ostrander of Des Moines he is a graduate of Iowa state College mrs. Ada Crooks of Nevada Mother of the hostess was an out of town guest. # Ltd it # plan Surprise luncheon program a Surprise program has been planned for the regular weekly Une Heon meeting of the Ames business and professional women s club wednesday noon at tilt Sheldon no hotel. Miss Florence Long will have charge or the program. Local business and professional women ire invited to at tend tilt luncheon. Played with the banker a life company in Des Moines. Or. Wharton is a graduate of the Des Moines College of pharmacy and is now connected with the Campus drug company of Ames. After a Short wedding trip the couple will reside i i in Ames. # # woman a rotary picnic postponed the picnic meeting of the Ames woman a rotary club scheduled for wednesday has been postponed indefinitely. Ltd it it # women a Bridge party tuesday the weekly Bridge party for women of the Ames Golf and country club will be held tuesday afternoon at the clubhouse. Play will begin at 2 o clock. Hostesses will be mrs. E. S. Haber mrs. Joe Robinson and mrs. B. T. Virtue. # it it Margaret Tyler weds Russell gilds miss Margaret Tyler daughter of mrs. Osa Tyler of Kelley and Russell Childs son of or. And mrs. E. C. Childs of Ames were married in a ceremony put a fornies sunday afternoon at 3 o clock in the congregational Church in Kelley. This was the first wedding ceremony performed in this Church in the past 62 years. The Rev. Harold f. Stark of Yale read the single ring service in the presence of too guests. A 15 minute program of piano numbers was played by mrs. Thomas Saddoris of Bancroft who also played the wedding marches. She played softly during the exchanging of vows. Mrs. Milton Sheldahl of Cedar Falls sister of the Bride Sang a a i love you truly and Quot be i Garden Flowers ferns and tapers in the altar candelabra were used on the altar. The Bride was attired in a gown of White Marquisette fashioned with bouffant shirt tight bodice Square neckline and puffed sleeves. Her fingertip length veil of tulle was held in place with a Wreath of Orange blossoms and she carried a Shower bouquet of lilies roses and Sweet peas. Mrs. Wayne Milliken of Kelley sister of the Bride As maid of Honor wore a frock of Light Blue mousse line de sole and carried a bouquet of mixed Flowers. John Childs of Ames served his brother As Best Man. Ushers were Raymond Tyler brother of tie Bride and Thomas Saddoris of Bancroft the men wore Palm Beach suits with Carnation boutonnieres. A reception was held at the Home of the brides Mother for 50 friends and relatives. The male was entered with a beautifully decorated wedding cake in Pink and White colors. Weds Ames Man mrs. Silas Tweedt it a j fully decorated with Flowers and ferns. Mrs. A j. Kruetzman of Alleman played the wedding marches. Preceding the service miss Beulah Tweedt Sang Quot of 4 Promise me Quot accompanied by mrs. Haldor fames. The Rev. A. J. Kruetzman read the single ring ceremony in the presence of members of the immediate families and a few friends. The attendants wire miss Beulah Tweedt sister of the bridegroom a i Marvin Lehman brother of the Bride. The Bride was attired in a coloured lace and net gown and her Flowers were a Corsage of roses. The bridesmaid wore a frock of Royal Blue sheer. Mrs. Tweedt was graduated from the Alleman High school with the class of 193s. Or. Tweedt attended Tho Huxley High school. He is employed at the Ames bottling works and the couple will reside in Ames. A wedding dinner was served at the Home of the Bride s parents by the misses Alberta and Mildred Lehman and Mildred and Frances Tweedt. Guests at the wedding were mrs. And is Bride of w. S. Starkey miss Louise Lehman daughter of or. And mrs. John Lehman of Alleman and Silas Tweedt son of or. And mrs. Burney Tweedt of Ken while to Melbourne or. Huxley were United in marriage in a Quot Balder Barnes and sons of it ceremony performed at Heth , the Rev. And mrs. A. J. Noon saturday at the Home of the Kruetzman and daughters. Or. And Bride s parents. The living room where nuptial vows were Exchange was Beauty Wilt be married june 28 mrs John Middaugh of Pontiac. Mich., announces the approaching my in a after the Bride Cut the first piece of Ber cake mrs. Max Al Vert of Kelley served the remainder of it. She was assisted in serving by Vera Tyler. Bessie Watts. Eleanor Al Vert Phyllis Walker Edith and Lucille Eveland All of Kelley. Wedding Bell ice Cream cake and Coffee were served. The Bride a graduate of the Napier High school attended Iowa state teachers College at Cedar Falls for a year. She has teen employed As bookkeeper in Christensen hardware company Here for the past two and one half years. The bridegroom a graduate of Ames High school is employ ,1 with the m. And m. Grocery store in Ames. After a wedding trip to lie Minnesota lakes the couple will be at Home for the present with the Bride s Mother in Kelley. The Bride chose As Bel going away outfit a Blue crepe frock with White accessories. Mrs. John Lehman and family of Alleman or. And mrs. Burney Tweedt and family and Herman Fjelland of Huxley. Sorority to have grand Council meet two Lovely Shower courtesies were extended to mrs. Childs re gently. Last tuesday evening a miscellaneous Shower was Given at the Tyler Homo by mrs. Thomas Saddoris. The week previous mrs. Velma Caldwell of Boone was bos it Ltd at a miscellaneous party at the Max liven residence in Kelley. Ames Tribune 8 so he Durekta. Go prepared by Betty Crocker Home service department once a week a Surprise a week will keep the family thinking you Are the wonder Cook of the world. That is providing it s the rights kind of a Surprise. And the fruit or Berry Kuchen recipe in a giving you Here will be the right kind of a Surprise for breakfast on a sunday morning or for supper when the Larder is particularly Low. Its a delicious Flaky hot bread covered with a luscious mixture of fruit and Brown sugar with a most unusual and delicious top crust. If its a supper you re having serve this Berry Kuchen with scrambled eggs and a Green salad with delicious Amber coloured Coffee. Youll find the family will Register enthusiastic Surprise. Or for breakfast serve a con or Ham and shirred eggs Well garnished with frill a Parsley and accompanied by Berry Kuchen piping hot from the oven. The family will think it s a real occasion. Here is the recipe for Berry Kuchen 2 cups All purpose flour the Twenty third grand Council meeting of the Beta Tau Delta sorority will be held june 23, 24 and j 25 at Jefferson la with Headquarters at the hotel Lincoln delegates will be in attendance from Iowa chapters Iowa Alpha of Ames Iowa Beta of Jefferson and Iowa Gamma of Des Moines and from Colorado Alpha of Pueblo colo., and Michigan Beta of Kala Mazee Mich. Miss Shirley n Stigney grand president and member of the Iowa Gamma chapter now residing in Chicago will preside. Grand officers include in addition to m is Stigney mrs. Marguerite Winey of Jefferson vice president miss Boise Brea Zeal of Ames recording Secretary miss Monteith of Des Meins corresponding seer Tay mrs. Betty Richardson of Jefferson treasurer Dorothy Malone of Pueblo colo., historian Virginia Patrick of a taunt z to Mich., Extension officer and Margaret Vanpeenen of Kalamazoo Warden. A Mon or tin social affairs being planned is a kid party following a dinner a picnic supper Swiman no and roller skating parties Friday and a supper dance at the country club saturday. Delegates from the Mes chapter will be miss Breazeale miss Ruth Mesha and miss Marjorie will several members of live chapter plan to attend part of the so fusions. Mrs. William s. Starkey a Hanson photo miss Beulah Wicks daughter of or. And mrs. T t. Wicks of Story City and William s. Starkey Foster son of or. And m s. Julius Knutson of Story City were United in marriage in a candlelight ceremony performed thursday evening june it at the Immanual lutheran Church in Story City the Rev. T. T. Heimarck read the single ring service at s o clock. Miss Louise Olson played a croup of numbers As the guests were assembling and the wedding marches she pined softly during the Reading of the service and accompanied Vera Hill when he Sang o Promise me a arum Quot i love you truly before the ceremony. The Bride was giver in marriage by her brother Wallace Wicks was charming in a gown of White lace Over Satin Aud Long tulle veil. She carried a Bride s bouquet of White roses Gardenias Ami Sweet peas. The Matron of Hon was mrs theoroy Wierson. She wore a gown of Pink Chiffon a carried an Arm bouquet of Tai amal roses. Floyd Starkey of Des Moines served his brother As Best Man. Raymond Wicks and Ingram Larson were Ushers and All men in the bridal party wore dark suits with White Carnation boutonnieres a reception was Beld in the Church parlor and two course luncheon was served to too guests. The program included a Reading by mrs. Wallace Wicks a Solo by Vern Hill and talk by the Rev or. Nelson. Tile Bride and bridegroom Are both graduates of the Story City High school. After a Short wedding trill they will make their Home in Story it in it when or. Starkey is in the clothing business. I be of materials the a Quot of too Many materials in the exterior treatment of a Small Home produces discordant effects in the design and complicates construction the Bungalow or one Etory House with a Large spreading plan is unsuited to a typical Long narrow lot. Farm Bureau and 4-h society l tsp. Salt 3 tsp. Baking powder 4 tbsp shortening i egg a cup milk fruit or Berry Topping egg mixture for top 2 tbsp butter sift flour once before measuring. Sift flour Salt and baking powder together. Cut in shortening with 2 knives or a pastry blender until finely blended. Blend in the Well beaten egg and the milk. Pat dough into Well greased baking pan pushing dough up around the edges of pan. Arrange fruit or berries Over the top of dough. Cover with sugar if fresh fruit or berries Are used. Pour egg mixture Over the fruit or berries. Dot with butter. Bake in a deep 8-Inch Square pan for 30 to 35 minutes in a moderate oven 350&Quot Al fruit or Berry Topping 2 cups sliced fresh or Well drained canned fruit peaches. Plums apples Etc or berries % cup Brown sugar if fresh fruit or berries Are used i cinnamon if desired egg mixture for top i egg % tsp. Salt i tbsp cornstarch % cup sugar tsp. Vanilla beat the egg slightly. Blend in Salt sugar cornstarch and Vanilla. Mix until smooth. Doyal Blue Tittle tattle braid a the kind used to trim the most gala dresses of scandinavian peasants finishes this full skirt 50unry club frock of sleek i marriage of her daughter docs Pott ,�?~vhsw1edfa or re a a a a f. Or ttt0 Muhael i Good Luck Charm with Crown and uha ton of Ames. Hie wedding pendants. The clogs More com vil1 take place Une -8 in the c a portable than the peasant shoes Al of St. John s lutheran Church in from which they were derived Des Moines. The Rev f j. Ween Are made of White suede with will officiate. Cork soles the Bride elect has been pm Richland club meets the Richland royals 4-h club met at the Home of june Schiller tuesday june 7, \ perfect at Tendance a the meeting was repo ted. There w re three mothers present irs. Heints mrs. Weeks and mrs. Schiller. Bom in s one Borg gave a demonstration our a How to tie a 4-h tie a and the afternoon was spent practising different activities f r rally Dav. A after a very interesting meeting the hostess served a Deli. To lunch. 4b # Junior Bureau appears on program thirty eight Story county Young men. Members of the Junior farm Bureau and 4-h club participated in the a singing Centennial on Williams a Iowa it ate College Friday Ever my. June it. This great pageant witnessed by several thousand people depicted Iowa a proxy its. In the Hundred years since it became a territory apis de i Quot our out w rid Kerf tag showed the singing adventures mid Europe sings along the be Dir ii song from the British Isles i scandinavian and the towers of Holland sing in Low a. I i his last scene was depicted by the Pella historical society i in to a second episode. Quot new world assents a the scene Quot from Pueblos and the Pees was portrayed by Marshall county 4-h girls and Story county Junior farm a a a a Bure aume Rubens. The Story of you worry about what to serve if you dread to Start the next i county members who acted As i meal. Just drop a letter to Betty Crocker in care of the Ames trite d an warriors were Hubert Teig. Ane and ask for this week s menus. Complete menus for the week Clyde Rosenfeld Henry weeks with recipes for the Roald items will be sent to you at no Cost. Raymond Mayes. Bid dial Art please enclose free cent stamp to cover return postage. Those Sta Mon Paul Donnelly Glenn 7, residing in the Community who wish the menus May Call at the Randall Walter j Dale Ernest Tribune offic tor mgt Rili ran in. H r. My question i am writing to find out what Quot Angelica is that you decorate cookies and cakes with answer Angelica is the candied Leaf stalks of a aromatic plan which grows in Many parts of Europe. The stalks resemble those of rhubarb and when candied they Are a soft Green which makes them very attractive in decorating cakes candies and various fancy desserts. Que Miou will you please give me some recipes on the proper was to fix mushrooms the kind you pick in the Woods. Is there any Way you can Tell whether they Are toadstools or mushrooms. I dried some but done to know How to use them now. Answer unless you Are perfectly certain that you can distinguish Between the edible mushrooms and the poisonous toadstools before gathering any to eat it is really dangerous to try to eat them even those who have studied mushroom for years have made mistakes in recognizing them and the results have been very serious. Quoi Iun i want to ask about the double flour sifters i got Coe for my birthday and when i sift the flour before measuring it with this sifter it is really sifted twice. Does this make any difference in the flour ? i mean would you have to use More flour because of it being sifted so very Fine answer Many people use the double sifter and sifting your flour once through it will not make any appreciable difference. So do not worry about the flour being Given a double sifting be. T measuring. Bride Fred vat Nom Maurice a cuff. Bruce d. J Hanson Russell Wirt Roger Harper and Tom Kirby. Other scenes in this episode were Plantation Days and Pioneer ways. J in the final episode of America j singing were scenes of Quot i hear j America singing Quot sing me lie song in your heart Entrance of the flags and Quot America the Beau i Tifful a Story county 4 ii boys served As Ushers during this pageant were ii maid Moses Marshall Young Samuel Switzer. Gerald do Eland Allan Bentley Dixon Harper and Clifford Larson Alf m. London denies he has been talking politics on his re. Cent visits in the East. Of he s just Irving to look different. Done to forget Rig overstocked mile to Rushings Iga food store continues All this week Kooi -4, boys Rorr aviation Caps we in la Asa your grocer la girls open for business Cyclone shot repairing Panama hats cleaned hat cleaning and re blocking f first lass shoe Shine parlor we clean and repair everything you Wear with our new Modem machinery for shoes and hats. Dry cleaning we guarantee our work. First class workmanship at Cyclone shoe repairing 318 main Street Wash frocks 98c a h dresses galore Sun Jack apron frocks Street my afternoon styles. Sheer or heavies. Any Type you de ii re. Bath room sets 98c Turku Bath re i and seat lovers to match. Several colors to choose from. Pepperell tubing t yes. 55c genuine Pepperell tubing. The kind with the stub Boni wearing Quality. 42 inches wide. Nauty cities set 98c they re Short backless and Jooi As an Ocean Breeze. Made of printed Batiste. Lace rim. Breakfast cloths 29c Bright plaid Gingham breakfast cloths. Add a cheerful note at meal time size 36 v 36. Bathing suits $1.98 up make the most of summer. In your gayest self in these it i it in a cloths designed for smart action they Are All w ool. Pepperell sheets 89c a buy for the smart housewife. Genuine Pep Perell sheets. Fir to Quality no seconds. Sizes $ i x99. Mattress covers 98c made of sturdy Quality sheeting. Taped and boxed Sid s. Tape ties for a Vin or double bed. Summer sheers 29c of axons voiles Batiste and flock dote \ riot of colors in these washable sheers. Done to wait too Long to Complete your summer wardrobe. Ironing Board covers 20c splendid Quality sheeting is used in these unbleached ironing Board covers. They just lace on tightly. Fit any size Board

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