Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa 23 Jun 1938
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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1938, Ames, Iowa
Montgomery Ward phone 151 327 main St. Thursday. Tune 23. 193 Ames daily Tribune Ames. Iowa Huxley have Annua picnic program i he Palestine sunday school held its annual picnic sunday at the White Oak Grove. The sunday school children and their parents were present and attended the program Given in the afternoon which consisted of hymn by the sunday school. Scripture Reading and prayer by Rev. Buland. W Elcome Oriel and Orrion Lee. Bong Quot fathers Day Quot children. Recitation Quot the first children a Day Quot Norma Lee. Recitation a who Anit Quot Agnes Westvold. Recitation a Jesus peonies a Keith wee and Lendail wee. Recitation a a we Hen i grow up Quot male quartet Robert Larson. W. R. Richardson Walter Christopher and Barton Tesdall. Recitation a i can i will a Edward Larson Donald Tweedt Irvin Christenson and Lowell wee. Recitation Quot Jesus loves the children Quot Irita wee Bong Quot Jesus love me a primary group. Recitation a Loving and serving Quot Junior Tweedt and Palmer Halverson. Recitation a judge not a Helen Westvold. Recitation Quot tender Shepherd Quot Delores Sheldahl. Recitation Quot Penny and the Field piece a Hortense Fjelland. Recitation Quot sharing children a Day a Elaine wee and Norma wee. Recitation Quot fathers Day Quot Clarence Noss. Recitation a a done to live for tomorrow Lois Dobbe. Wilma Tweedt and Betty Largon. Recitation. A this Donald wee. Exercise. Quot Kenneth Dobbe Lucite Larson and Marjorie Sydnes. Recitation. A a kindness Anita Houge. Recitation Quot Hoe and Pray a James Hildreth. Song by quartet a Selman Sheldahl Paul Hennick a it re Aine Lee and Jean wee. Recitation. Quot dads rheumatism Quot Junior Larson. Exercise. Quot meeting the master Quot Jenette Hildreth Delores Sheldahl Mildred we est old. Nancy Jean Sheldahl and Hortense Fjelland closing advice. Clarice Hel Tebay talk supt. Reng remarks Rev. Buland. Sunday school collection. Violin Solo Evelvn dote Weir Birken Trand spent the weekend in Minneapolis minn., at tee Home of or. And mrs. Chester Anderson. He was a Delegate to the norwegian lutheran Church meeting at Minneapolis miss Ruth Hilleson of Lee. 111., was an overnight guest of miss Edna Wenos saturday night. She left for her Home monday aft a two weeks visit with relatives Here and in Northern Iowa. Miss Neoma Bjelland is visiting a few Days at the Fred Rector and Emil i son Homes in Ames. Mrs. 0. A. Hutton of Mason City mr.-. Harry Leiffer and daughters Jean and Mary Lou of grand rapids mich., were visitors sunday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Burton Fjelland. Or. And mrs. Vino Allemand and sons of Alleman were visitors sunday evening at the Leland sever Sike Home or. And mrs. H t. Swenson my Marjorie were visitor sunday evening at the Palmer Severeid and Randall Thompson Homes. Or. And mrs. Willie Rte ands a were visitors sunday evening at the Thor Mason Home. Or. And mrs. M. S. Biggen Leon and Carilyn of Slater were visitors sunday evening at the Andrew Wenos Home. Or. And mrs Knut Bjelland and Neoma visited at the John sever a eid Home in Cambridge sunday evening. Mrs. 0. A. Hutton of Mason City and mrs. Harry Leiffer and dangle1 ters of grand rapids midi., were visitors sunday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Ole leg void j mrs. Barbara Racek and daughters Ethel and Cora of de Moines and or. And mrs Val Racek Ruth Ai d Mary Ann were entertained at dinner sunday at the Home of or. And mrs Albert Johnson. Jive Severeid. Who graduated from Iowa state College this year left tuesday for Orono. Maine where he will teach at the University while working for a master s degree. Miss Edna Wenos was a dinner guest of miss Dorothy Bulder on sunday. Mrs Anna Tesdall and daughter Marjorie of Fargo. N arrived saturday and will spend several weeks visiting relatives her. Harold Birkestrand of Anamosa spent sunday a the. A. Birkestrand Home or. And mrs. Waiter i Kimra and Glen Brown and daughters from Des Moines were supper guests sunday at he Home of or. And mrs. Burton Fjelland. Mrs. Anna fat land of Story City spent sunday at the Home of or. And mrs Andrew Wenos. Donald Severeid spent sunday at toe h t Swen on House or. John Reng. Or. And mrs. Oscar Reng and or. And mrs. In xxx vows we Wax / North Palestine ladies Aid society ice Cream social saturday evening june 25 in Huxley on main Street the Scott Sisters will sing Shaw of Sioux rapids came monday and Are spending a few jays at the Home of or. And mrs. Carl Reng. Or. Shaw and or Oscar Reng Are attending the Jat tort school at Iowa state College. Or. And mrs. A p. Paseos and Dick and or. And mrs George me Laney of Des Moines a to Dimer guest sunday at tile Home of or. And mrs Donald Pascoe or. And mrs. F. A. Powers were dinner guests thursday evening at the Home of mrs Clara Powers. Or and mrs. Vaug n manners celled at the Carl Ken and Weir Sydnes Homes wednesday Enro Ute from Minneapolis to of. Ayr. Mrs Clara Powers spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji. She spent from sunday until wednesday at the b. T Holt Home in Ellsworth. She was accompanied Home by miss Theresa Holt. Donald Pascoe a trended funeral service for his great Uncle. Thomas Pascoe saturday in c Pili. Miss Lydia Sheldahl of Boone pent tuesday at the a a Kiel fart Fitt land Ned de Helland Homes to it it Home of or and mrs. Fri or. And mrs. Alfred Rutter and Helland. Children of Cambridge. Or. And or. And mrs. Weir Sydnes sex f mrs Paul Rolfe of Ankeny spent sunday at the Andy Stenerson tuesday evening at a he j. M. Home in Jewell. Michelson Home. J a or. A. H. Sheldahl is visiting at a watch for the Quot Quizzer a clip this Coupon now this Coupon Worth $4.41 to you fora to a. In. To 9 p. In. 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