Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
23 Jun 1938

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23 Jun 1938

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1938, Ames, Iowa Thursday june 23.1938 Ames daily Tribune. Ames Iowa Page try by. Sod Mirn Omen 5 Sodi r6 an ill Calendar thursday m. E. Aid. Christian women s Council lutheran circles country club picnic Bridge u. B. Aid. Friday North Grant Community club w. R. C. Art club Arcadia Lodge. Saturday Rainbow girls. Betsy Ross club. N Covault becomes Bride William Thompson in Lovely ceremony at Kappa Delta House is Evelyn Covault daughter . And . C. H. Covault Ca me the Bride William Hayton Thompson son . And Nurt Jet i a Thompson Scranton pa., in a very Beautiful ceremony performed wednesday evening in the Kappa Delta sorority House m11� Vondracek Chicago. Methodist minister officiated at 8 clock in the presence 75 guests. Nuptial vows were taken before an altar arranged before a group windows at the end the spacious living room the chapter House. Palms formed the a a background for the Large Decora Ive Basket filled with White lilies and White Gladioli and the tall White candles were arranged Cathedral style in their wrought Iron holders. the fireplace Mantle and in the windows the room were bowls White daisies ferns and candies. A Long Canvas carpet formed the aisle from the stairway to the altar. The sorority colors Green and White were carried out in All decorations and for the reception appointments. Mrs. P. E. Jackson pianist and miss Mary Lou Dorchester violinist played a to minute recital before the service and while two the brides former students at Perry High school Harriet court nor and Marilyn Miller lighted the candles at the altar . Jackson and miss Dorchester played the Iowa state College Alma mater song the tune being the same As that Syracuse University a Gong the University where the Bride and bridegroom first became acquainted. Miss Betty Sexton Perry another Pupil the Bride Sang 0 Promise me a after the candles were lighted. The bridal chorus from Lohengrin and Mendelssohn s wedding Mach were played by . Jackson and miss Dorchester. The Brido was charming in her gown White Marquisette Over Satin made with a Long train. Her shoulder length veil tulle which fell Over her face was held in place with a Juliet Cap. In the Cap were tiny pearls which the brides Mother had worn her wedding Day in i it la and which her grandmother had worn at hers in 1x65. The Bride carried a Shower bouquet White roses and lilies the Valley. Miss Margaret Shaw Dayton o., maid Honor wore a gown peach organdy Over Satin and carried an Arm bouquet Token roses. Edward Hergenrather Sidney o., was Hest Man and Ushers wore . I. A. Merchant and Paul Morgan. The men in the bridal party wore White suits . I. A. Merchant who was in charge nil arrangements wore a gown Pink Chiffon and a Corsage Briarcliff roses. A reception was held after the ceremony and two tables were arranged for serving one table was the three tiered wedding eak. In Green and White and White tapers in Crystal holders. the punch table was a Centrepiece modernistic White pottery bowls filled with red and Pink roses and lilies the Valley. The Bride Cut the first piece her cake and served it to her husband. Mrs. A ties Rice Kappa Delta alumnae served the remainder it assisted by Jean hoist and Betty Johnson and Janet Kronis Perry former pupils Meg. Thompson. Wedding cake mint ices covered with lemonade and White and Green candies were served. Miss Marie Stevens and . Johann Kirkman alumnae the sorority served the ices and lemonade. Mrs. Thompson is a graduate Ames High school and the Industrial science division at Iowa state College in 1934. She is a member Kappa Delta social sorority the mortar Board and Phi Kapa Phi Honor Aries at Iowa state. She received her masters degree in personnel work from Syracuse University Syracuse. X. Y., and while there for two Yea is was Dean one the women a dormitories. For the past two year she a been Dean girls and guidance director at the Perry la., High school. The bridegroom is a graduate Pennsylvania state teachers Colage where he affiliated with the Sigma no fraternity and took special work at new York University. He received his master degree from Syracuse University. For the past three years . Thompson has been a teacher in the commercial department and basketball Conan at Matamoras High school at Matamoras a. He has accepted a position at Colby Junior College new London n. H. The couple left a honeymoon trip to it Syracuse x. Y., where . Thompson will study during the summer months. They will be at Home in new London after sept. I. The Bride chose As her going away costume a jacket dress Black Linen trimmed with Wool embroidery White leghorn hat and White accessories. Attending the wedding from out town were Charles Ford Sioux ctr. . And . Waiter Adams de Moines miss Margaret Shaw Dayton Edward Hergenrather Sidney. O., . C e. Covault Greenville o., Harry Edmonds Evelyn Flicker Troy 0., Marvel court nor wild a Johnson Martha Pryor Ethel Paine Eleanor Blanchard and . And . C. Hohstadt Perry # 4 4 women have Golf luncheon thirteen women the ame Golf and country club took part wednesday in the weekly Golf luncheon event at the club. Player teed off at 8 clock and the Golf lessons followed at la a. In. The luncheon was served a. 12 30 Ai d . C. A. Hudson and miss to Macrae were hostesses. Mis Macrae received a prize for total Low score Odd holes. Next wednesday bae Golf lesson in charge r. L. Viergever will be at 8 30 a. In. Instead the former time at la. The players will de off for games at 9 a. In invitations have been received by the Ames club to take part in invitational meets at country clubs at Waterloo and Oskaloosa tuesday and at Eagle Grove wednesday. Women who plan to attend ?1 asked to make reservations As soon As possible with either . J. M Hall . C. A k Hudson. # Ltd a # Arcadia ledge a meeting Friday the fellow Craft degree exam w ill be Given by Arcadia Lodge no. 249, a. F. And a. M Friday evening in the Lodge Temple. Take weight off tired feet like by without Surry tip roiling exercise. It la our to and Anke a tir d cd a Chi j. Aug re carrying too r do about it. Try the. Tre Tny it that by helped million to reduce weight contain the tame Dement pre tut Doti Enfa doctor to treating their be gland liar deficiency. Hilts in a Roluri Tjon Tablet hav been More thai Pulc form re than thirty years Dietrik Titan Kwh not a Philol Bone have Boon ?ur1n that a Rind. All Ai Honta tuf4 Quot to tue m 11 cure All for in a i advertisement it intended tthy�rofse0nhi,r and i. Willic Quot Hose fairies is with accompany. Wcrewns1 rates. No other a Cern a a Leo made Quot to this treatment to tile cation and according we w Recomb ded. La Tho Fultn a a a a be any i no in a that by Conn to a Jour physic an Quot to must Small Jint the Complete i a aet e k?5 i Quot ver package done to North Grant club meeting the regular meeting the North Grant Community club will be held Friday evening at 8 clock in tin school House. A special program is being arranged. Women Are to bring cake for their families. # 4 4 Are honoured wedding anniversary no and . Frank Mann w to celebrated their Silver wedding anniversary. June 21 were honoured with a Lovely Surprise brige party that evening at. The anus Golf and country club. Earlier in the even no and . Mann and daughter Gertrude were dinner guests at the Home their son in Law and daughter . And its. Louis Judisch who took them later to the country club. Hosts at the suprise Courtesy were and . Louis Judisch . And . G. J. Snyder. . And . J. B. Durham and . And James a. S Arrah. Fifty five friends and neighbors were gut Sis Bridge was he diversion the Evenin la go score prize was awarded to and . Tom Perry and second High to . And Earl Enke George Judisch behalf the guests presented the honoured couple with a Lovely Silver Coffee service. Refreshments were served from Beautiful decorated table centred with a wedding cake decorated in Silver and topped with tiny Bride and bridegroom and White Sweet peas and greenery. Sherbets in the pastel shades tiny cakes re pm Cas the Bride s cake and Coffee were served. Silver service was used and . John Ames and . Paul Taff poured . And . Mann were married in Quebec Cana and came to Ames in 1915 where they have made their Home . Mann who came to Ames As construction Engineer for the Iowa state Highway commission is now assistant chief the division. The couple a two children Gertrude at Home and . Louis Jud ? h Ames they have one grandchild George Franklin Jud Isch one year old. 4 4 4 Brooks Hooker nuptials announced miss Fern Hooker Ames teacher a. Married to t. B. Brooks. Nevada business Man monday june 20 at la a. In in Russell la. The ceremony w As performed in the presbyterian parsonage by the Rev. . Bean. Attending the couple was the a ideas parents and l Hooker Lucas the Bride i a graduate the Iowa state teachers College Cedar Falls and has been teaching for several years in the Ames schools for the past four years she has taught the fourth Grade at Roosevelt school. . Brooks is a son . L. C. Brooks Ames. The couple will reside in Nevada where . Brooks operates a shoe shop. # 4 4 Bower Hurley nuptials Here miss Cia n Bower daughter William a. Bower Ames and Herbert Hurley Ottama son . J. Arthur Hurley Tama were married wednesday afternoon at 5 clock in a ceremony performed in Roger William House at the College. The Rev. J. Harold Gamble officiated. Howard Chase at the piano played a recital before the service and the wedding marches nuptial vows were taken before the fireplace decorated with Palms and candelabra. The Bride wore a White organdy gown Over Satin and hot Finger tip length veil tulle was held in her Flower were Token roses Ani Sweet peas. The couple was unattended. A reception was held for 60 relative and friends and the yellow and White colors predominated in the decorations and Appo laments after the Bride Cut the first piece cake and served it to her husband. Miss j v s sic Darlington Cut the remained it. Mrs. J n Martin served the punch. Mrs e h. Allen As parlor hostess was assisted by . Frank Berry . Sabin Nichols and . Eustace de Yore the Bride is a graduate Ames h he school and attended Iowa state College for the past three years she a been employed in the registrars office at Iowa state College. Be bridegroom is a graduate the Estherville High school and received his a degree from Beuna Vista College St storm Lake. He received his masters degree from Iowa state College and has been teaching in the Tama High school. After a a it Ming trip to the Black Hills in s o., the couple will be at Home in Tama. Engineering Job examinations set the i nit d states civil service commission has announced open competitive examinations for the positions listed below. Applications must be file with the civil service commission Washington ithe. Not late than july i if received from stat $ East Colorado. And not later thin july 21, if received from Colorado and states Westward. Operating Engineer Maine die sel$2,600 a year bus eau Marine inspection and navigation Departie it Commerce certain experience in maintenance repair and operation diesel engines in the construction Assembly and testing Marine u diesel engines is require d. Photo engraver. $1 44 an hour 44-hour wet,-., government printing office. An apprenticeship in the photo engraving Trade practical experience which provides the substantial equivalent a completed apprenticeship in Tho Trade i require ii. Ender instrument maker $1260 a year. Geological Survey depart insured Bank deposits in Iowa increase Washington deposits in Iowa s 727 insured Banks increase i 33 million dollars in 1937. The Federal Deposit insurance corporation revealed in its annual report submitted to an absent Congress to Reship training in the instrument making Trade is required. Medical officer $3,8 00 a year associate medical officer. $3,200 a year food and drug adm Nistra a lion department agriculture. Optional brandies cardiology dermatology Eye ear nose and Throat singly combined Industrial Medicine co v e r i n g i ban in a a a a Lysis i toxic dust b general internal Medicine arid diagnosis medical pharmacology pathology and bacteriology Public health covering the branches to general and the venereal disease Roentgenology. Surgery covering the branches to general and b orthopaedics. Full information a he obtained from Pearl a Clayton Secretary the e. S. Civil service Board examiners at the Post office. Day. Total value these deposits guaranteed up to $5,000 in each account by the Odic at the end 1937 amounted to $589,763,000 the new report showed while at the Dost Busine december la 1936. The figure had been $55,880, during the past Yea. Total deposits for All Banks ii Iowa also showed a a Nerous Rise. The Odic statement showed a to the figure december 31. Las reaching $622, 909,000, As compared with the 1936 total $589.37 too a boost 33 million dollars. Non insured Banks in Low i no Loik a held a in i Over those protected by fac in the total amount Money entrusted to them according the the annual report the $33,11&Quot, Worth Deposit credited to non ins ted Banks in the state. Iowa Mutual savings institutions held none thus leaving $33.lid, to trusted to Regula commercial Bank not under add the number to a Banks in creased from 810 to 814 and Insu Al institutions from 722 to 727 while the report showed the turn Ber insured Bank increase from 89 i percent a1 Iowa inst cation to 89 percent in the coir Mercial banking classification. 89 / pureed now a insured by Odic a slight Rise Over the previous years percentage 9 i 210 main Farmers we highest prices for eggs. Sugar pure pane to lbs. 49c fresh eggs 17c Doz. Butter 26c la. A glorious successor to a Magn f cent obsession and a a Green i Light a a a White Rainier a a also adapted from a Best Selling novel by Lloyd c. Douglas is showing at the collegian theatre Friday i and saturday and at the new Mea sunday. That the Story seems to be lived rather than acted is a tribute to a splendid cast. In a White banners Quot Painter i Hannah Parmalee the Humble peddle Kitchen knives who keeps her White banners aloft in the face Bartlett pears in no. To cans a Mountain View. 45c a Nile 41c powdered sugar 3 lbs. 17c Orange Brand peas Sweet and tender 4 cans. 29c d. B. Milk. 4 cans .25c blackberries Logan berries Green Beans Catsup gooseberries pork be Beans no. To ran. 39c Black raspberries red pitted cherries fancy Crosby Corn to 10 jul. It an. Apricots in no to cans .45c Ful Ripe. .41c Navy Beans 6 lbs.23c Doles hawaiian pineapple juice 3 tall cans .25c Dill pickles. It Jar 14c free Large illustrated Cookbook with Sach i la. Can a c. Baking powder for 13c, ,. Mont Tho Interior. Experience Dace with a band tiny rosebuds. Ill Rich May have included apprent 3jcaccjua. My prepared by ame Tribune Betty Crock Home service department the life the salad a salad is made ruined by its dressing. For the dressing is the life die salad. It gives character to the most Ordinary combination greens fruit and in like manner an insipid dressing a most attractive combination foods will give you nothing but an indifferent salad without inspiration interest. Because Garden salad Are the order the Day in summer lets first consider what Well use a Garden salad. It must be a Sharp Wen seasoned dressing with plenty zip to it and Asta name implies this piquant dressing is All that. Piquant French dressing 8 to i cup sugar i 4 tbsp mild vinegar 8 tbsp. A t u fat mild vinegar and i tbsp. Tar i tsp. Dry Mustard Ragon vinegar i tsp. Celery seed i cup Olive Oil other vegetable i tsp. Paprika salad Oil frtt5 d a i 3 cloves garlic mix dry ingredients together in a Small mixing bowl add a Small amount the vinegar. Beat Well with rotary beater. Add a Small amount Oil. Beat Well. Continue adding and beating in vinegar and Oil alternately until both Are used. When mixture is completely blended add cloves garlic. Let stand i hour. Remove cloves garlic and serve. keep in tightly covered Jar in beating Well just before serving four tbsp. Lemon juice May be used in place the vinegar if desired. Note for a thinner dressing add the juice one half Lemon at the last. W Ith most fruit combinations however we want a rather Sweet dressing. So Here a a Sweet French dressing designed especially for fruit Sweet French dressing for fruit m cup salad Oil i May substituted for part i cup Lemon juice Orange grape the Lemon fruit., pineapple Apricot i tsp Salt Maraschino Cherry juice a i tsp. Paprika mixture any these juices it cup confectioners sugar ii , together. Put in tightly covered bottle and shake Well. Ii will make i cup dressing. Note a Little onion juice a Clove garlic May by added if desired. A tart fruit salad is set off by a cooked pineapple dressing a tart folded fruit salad will be especially enhanced with the following cooked pineapple dressing pineapple dressing 3 tbsp All purpose flour j i cup pineapple juice a tsp. Gait 2 egg Yolks yet cup sugar i cup whipping Cream mix flour Salt and sugar together. Add the Juke. Cook Over direct heat stirring constantly until thickened about 5 minutes. Add beaten egg Yolks and Cook Oxer hot water 15 minutes. When cold fold into stiffly whipped Cream and serve tart fruit salad. This will make 2 cups i pint dressing. There a nothing a All exciting about a half Pear peach a ring pineapple a Leaf lettuce. Quite Ordinary,1�?~we think. But it can be Given zest and interest if you serve it with the following Normandy dressing. Normandy dressing i pkg. Soft White Cream cheese 4 tbsp currant Jelly 3 i cup whipping Cream work cheese with spoon until very creamy. Add currant Jelly. Beat with egg beater until Fluffy. Add stiffly whipped Cream beating thoroughly until thick. Serve Pear peach halves slices pineapple. This will make 6 Servings. Plain head lettuce takes a new meaning when you serve it with a roquefort dressing. Here is How ifs made roquefort dressing Mash 4 tbsp. Roquefort cheese in a bowl and add a tsp. Worcestershire sauces tsp. Walnut Catsup h tsp. Mustard and 2 drops onion juice. Gradually blend the French dressing into the seasoned cheese. Serve with head lettuce. Chiffon de dressing i another salad character builder. You make it by simply adding to a Standard French dressing recipe. 2 tbsp Ripe olives shredded 3 tbsp. Green Pepper shredded 2 hard cooked eggs Whites shredded and Yolks mashed and 2 tbsp. Finely Cut chives. Mix these ingredients chill and shake thoroughly just before using. Now arrange in a bowl one head lettuce i Bunch watercress and 3 Small tomatoes peeled and quartered. Serve this with Chiffon de dressing and see if the family done to vote it a poem a salad. If you worry about what to serve you dread to Start the next meal just drop a letter to Betty Crocker in care the Ames Tribune and ask for this week s menus. Complete menus for the week with recipes for the main items will be sent to you at no Cost. Please . F ver r a residing in the Community who wish the menu May Call at the Tribune office for them. Whole apricots. 3 no 2 j it an i Al at it Vil 2 tall cans. I a its us Al lows. 2�?1 la. Pkg. Seedless by Isi is. 4 lbs. Smolich Mai 2�?�?14 . Bottle 49c 27c 21c 27c 25c cabbage 6 lbs. 15c 3unkist Lemons do 29c Fey tomatoes 4 lbs 25c peaches Repac Bsat 15c Texas Watson watermelons la. 21 pc spiritual Travail that would have Deb ated at Yone with Leas than the Ulm it in courage and nobility a oui. Claude Rains As Paul Ward Small town school teacher and Amateur inventor around w household the Story centers gives an excellent demonstration he Range his remarkable gifts As an actor for his is a thoroughly sympathetic role and As All film goers know to gets most i acting practice in villain role. The boy around a am much the Story revolve is played by Jackie Looper who at fifteen is proving that it is not necessary for child afar to retire when they grow up. Playing opposite Jacki. In the part Paul wards daughter is Bonita Granville erstwhile a Meanie a who is not a bit behind Rains in demonstrating i at she too eau play sympathetic t Harac Ter. 25c 15c Ely syk Al Hagon i la pkg. Home made Hom Hixa. La Kre grrr a Hig Tih Ken soned sve we. In. Zyc 8e. Geri ii k a it q 2 to i la. Chov la. Ioc armours Sib Labin i la. Pail Vimol its Star lard h la. Pall 52c 98c so up 4 liar. 21c i ree i giant Bura Crystal White soap with 2 Bose concentrated _ a fish flakes 2 Gans Pink Salmon i la. Tall an ,. Pork am Beans 4?22 tafts tit zippered snacks 5 beef has 2�?10 . Cana. 25c lie 29c 25c 25c bananas 5 lbs. ,25c Iona apples 4 lbs. 25c new potatoes Peck 37c for. Pineapple 2 for 29c Calif. Valencia do 20c one Glass Pitcher free with 2 boxes Kellogg s Corn flakes for Diamond lieu Japan the v. I la. Pkg. 2�c i by Fatek r i off a Utju in ins a i la. Can whole Lender a Dot a my figs 2 tall cans. Pc huge tender Juers am. I la. T an. 25c vik1. Pru is m d. Size to la. Box 59c i Anc v i Tbs Gem Leman it Orn Keavy Park ii no 2 Gans. I mixed vegetables a Nancy Job Grien by Vns to no. 2 can. ,. Pc fruit pectin 8 . Bottle. Jar rubbers 3 dozen. Maraschino cherries 28 . Bottle. f in i Al Tolila r Ion Public notice j you Art hereby notified that i Wesley g Kluber has appealed to the zoning adjustment Board from file enforcing officers refusal building pm suit garage to i w. 43�?T the e. 90 lot to blk. 8, original town Ames s22 sixth St. account Side Yard requirements. Public hearing will be held in i the office the City clerk at 8 00 p. Friday july 8, 1938 for hearing objections j. W. Prathers it Ere Ary Mark Walsh. Hal Man zoning adjustment Boaro published in a Ohp v me daily Tribune june 23, 24, 25, 1937, $50 up for and wort to purpose Bip y to i Joe lushness a Dodo dental and Hospital Bill takes clothing aute. Tate rings meet any urns dial demand for ready Money Quot nth a budget loan repayable to Uit your income Over As Tong a 23 month. Persona Boa Ervite Ator detail Mcdowell insurance at ent a insurance a Loans in lain St. Pts me 51 stuffed olives 5 . Bottle French dressing. 812 . Bottle cheer Ham. 4 . Package. Shaving soap. 2 bars. 15c 10c 49c 21c is 15c 5c Cracker jacks 3 boxes. Orange juice 8�?12 . Cans Lemon juice 2�?8 . Cans. Cider vinegar Large bottle paper napkins 60 count Box. Lighthouse Cleanser 3 cans. D. B. Lye 4 cans 10c 25c 19c 9c 7c 10c 25c chocolate syrup super Rich and finer Flavoured no. To 57c is ran by Rry Ltd a Raspberry preserves 4 a 39c Macaroni Spaghetti 4 25c red Alaska Salmon a hatchery a a tall Gans 59c a Nitro finest Quality 2 tall Gans. ,. Pc Coffee Brilliant 2 lbs. 29c i Kench Sal i must Ord 9 . Jar. Golden Baulky m vat i Dirge can. Bui ill Caps i to it is Box. N Idi bus it Hile s u t e. 12 . Bottle. By e Urika tissue to dam Sheet Boll ,. 14c 39c 19c 15c 25c i a Nio nits Best flour do la. Hag. Lancy Pegan meats halves a la. Pkg. Lite Flake cake fur a 24 la. Box. Morton Hoise Date pudding s a was. Ism Ola the covered cherries i la. Bot. J9c 25c 19c 25c 19c arc i in Adf makes a Cool refreshing drink 3 pkg. Ioc vie v lbs. 2 lbs. 55c mimed Ham in chunks la. 15c reputation Chick feed High Quality in too la. Bags egg Mash $2.03 Fine Chick feed $1.88 Puritan Oyster a a Hei l too la. Bag pc Stock Salt. Tot la. Bag 61c ask tor our in. A. Rogers a plus silverware to. Card

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