Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
21 Mar 1938

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21 Mar 1938

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - March 21, 1938, Ames, Iowa Wilbur Silv costlier tobaccos in camels men j play maker have dinner meeting the annual dinner meeting Chi play makers will be held wednes-1 Day evening at 6 30 at the Home of or. And mrs. Vav. H. Stevenson 320� Ash Avenue. J husbands and wives of mems Bors will be special guests at this affair. Miss Margaret blogs is program chairman. A feature of the program will be a play presented by miss Fredrieka Shattuck. Members Are requested bring own table service for the dinner. The Lodge will be present at this time. All Royal neighbors Are invited be present. Coaches and Trainer were guests of article about the wild life conserve v. Up re rach at the collegian vat Ion program she also read a theatre. J poem a autumn thought Quot by mrs. Coach Ray done gave a Short c. W. Austin and additional talk the audience and then or poetic a snapshots by mrs. H. C. Get Brach presented All of Bis stride regarding a card player a guests with complimentary passes teacher and a Mother. A general for each and a Friend the i discussion Roll out. And a was Legian theatre for one week. The served. Crowd seemed thoroughly enjoy a Ltd it # this a great Deal and gave the drama div s on boys a appreciative Welcome i meeting monday those present were. Coach the drama division of the fac Tel Donels Ken Wells assistant women s club will held its Reg coach tora Quinn Trainer and ular meeting monday evening at Milton Wilcox Bob Best Robert the Home of mrs a r. Clapp on Mulhall Judd Thompson Norman Ash Avenue instead or on tues Pederson Edross. Cal flogs Tad. Day. Robert Wilson Randall Trotter division officers be elected Jim Canady players. At this time. Spring sweaters 98c new styles la pastel sweaters. Boat necklines fancy a i itched fronts. Short sleeves. V. F. W. Aux. Party tuesday the veterans of foreign wars auxiliary will hold a. Party tuesday afternoon at 2 30 at the Home of or. Roy Cottrell. Quilting will be done and various games and special entertainment Are also being planned. All members Are urged be present. Throw rugs 59cfarm Bureau my 4-h society entertain progressive Bridge the progressive Bridge club will meet tuesday with mrs. O. N. Johnson. 611 eleventh Street for 1 30 dessert Bridge. Junior farm Bureau meet the Story county Junior farm Bureau will meet in the music Pavilion thursday evening March 24, at 8 15. The program will include Roll Call a Winter experiences a music Paul Donnelly music director Reading Forrest peal of Greene county a Barbell and Dumbell Dent inst Dennis freed and Wesley sanded of Webster county a do we want be Farmers a Merrill Randau discussion Leader. Games music and refreshments w ill be in charge of the committee Jack of Donnell chairman George Bande. Arnold Sydney Gladys Randall Robert Bliss Beverley speck and Mary Dandy. The Story county Bureau has been invited attend the Greene county Junior farm Bureau plays in the Assembly room in Jefferson monday evening March 21. Boone county Rural Young people Are presenting a non competitive play Quot rooting for Ruth a in the Boone drama tournament wednesday evening March 23 in the Boone High school. Several new color combinations and designs in throw Rug a number of different sizes. New purses 98c new purses in Patent Gaberdine and leather. Little Pouch underarm and top handle styles. Many zippers. Many colors. Kiddies dresses 98c attend Rainbow school of instruction a Large number of members and officers of Ames Assembly order of Rainbow for girls were in Des Moines saturday where they attended the Rainbow school of instruction hold at the Auburn As Sembly. Sessions wer1 held during the afternoon and evening a pot Luck dinner being served at 6 o clock. In charge of the school was miss Ruby Lucas supreme grand sub District Deputy of Des Moines several grand officers we Ere in attendance including the grand worthy and isor. Miss Catherine Spooner of storm Lake who presided during the evening. Taking part from Ames were miss Dorothy Shugart As nature in the evening ceremonial and miss Kula Mae Hiland As Faith. Miss Hiland is grand treasurer of a fresh shipment of kiddies Clever style Wash frocks has just arrived. Sizes 2 14,�? labourers Union meet thursday breakfast cloths 29c the Ames labourers Union american federation of labor affiliate. Will meet this week thursday instead of wednesday evening at 7 30 p. Inin the Council Chambers at the City Hail. The new by Laws will be read and the problem of a regular in Cetin place will be considered. Special meeting Royal neighbors i Ames Camp no. 4071 Royal neighbors of America will meet j tuesday afternoon with mrs. Fred r. Shockley 116 East avenge South. I mrs. Florence Bridges of Mapleton state supervising Deputy of Bright cheery red and White checked Gingham break a i cloths. Size 4 5x45. To entertain 1-Deal Bridge club the 1-Deal Bridge club will meet tuesday aft Moon at 2 15 with mrs. C. B. Broker 712 we on Avenue. Ruffled curtains 98c Quot you re known As a great Gimel smoker or. Shaw. Are they really so different from other cigarettes a m. M. Craft club with mrs. Holmes the m. M. Craft dub will meet with mrs. Bob Holmes 217 Soma Haze Avenue tuesday for i o clock luncheon. Pro cilia flounce styles and cottage sets in Dainty patterns of White or coloured Marquise the. Fully 214 yes. Long. Bible literature division meet the Bible literature division of the faculty women s dub will meet promptly at 2 30 wednesday afternoon at Tho Home of mrs. A e. Brindley. Mrs. C. In Covault is assisting Host is. Members Are urged be on time tor the meeting because of a tar the election of officers import ant business will be cared for the guest speaker will be the Rev. G. S. Nichols pastor of the j collegiate methodist Church. Hlaj subject will be a the conqueror of Pepperell tubing 5 it cos according the observation of tobacco planters themselves genuine Pepperell Pillow cutting. The kind with the stubborn wearing Quality 36, 40. 42 or 45 inches wide. Hill a a the been pop planting tobacco tor Twenty years a re Quot says Harry c. I v King a successful iffy prow.,-. A Camel bought the Choice lots of my last tobacco crop paid More for my a St Leaf tobacco. To i know they use finer More expensive tobaccos in Camel cigarettes. That a one mighty Good reason Why my cigarette is Camel. Quot yes Ben i think that camels a a lot different. That s Why they re the racing Drivers favorite cigarette you see a cigarette has have something out of the Ordinary score such a hit with Fellows like us. As i always say there Are so Many things that mean a great Deal in smoking. One big Angle that carries weight w Ith me is that Gimels agr it Temh me i be smoked a Good Nuny thousands of camels in the past years so i Inow that from dish towels $1.00 a Doz entertains at dinner Courtesy mrs. Hattie Dailey and two Dau Biers Isaphene and Margate entertained Al a Lovely pot Luck dinner Patty sunday at i of clock j at the Dailey Home honouring Mist Virginia Bigg of Hampton who spent the weekend with Ames friends. A bowl of mixed Spring flow Era entered the dinner table. The afternoon was spent in visiting. Miss kids is employed As a nurse at hat Uptou. Attending the dinner were Jeanette Dale Margaret Andrew. Frau a Ces Kingsbury Dorothy Mason i Doris Cook Evelyn Kinsman Marguerite k Obj Edna Kiugo Bury and Miriam Moses. Joining the group in the after noon were i a urn Christianson vere Wellford Helen Hanson am Harriett Ladson. Recon smashing Auto racing Driver Bane Wilbur radio announcer Large sir dish towels. Laundered ready for use. Embroider Era hem Era and use pm. Thomas Middle ton and his twin brother James have z pm lne a growing tobacco ifs w. Ssi i for 14 years. A the Camel people bought \ up my Best tobacco last year a Tom Middleton says. Quot they have for 12 years. When anyone talks about finer More expensive tobaccos that Means c am Camel is the cigarette that agrees with me a the cigarette that h me enjoy smoking the full a lace scarfs 59c linty lace scarfs for dressers or Chest of drawers Leveret patterns choose a a noodling out a problem Auto de sign. And getting in a bit of smoking doing it. Quot Camel s the mild cigarette a Shaw says. Shaw is saving How important healthy dents Are a rating c in Driver. A the fact that camels Don get on my nerves scores a big hic with me Quot he Points out. A a it a your move. Cathleen Sass Wilbur mrs. Shaw his checker partner. His own move is Light up a camels a for digestion s % a Down at j8ks h f tobacco warehouse they Sopr a never seen finer v tobacco than my m lust says a e Jenkins Veteran tobacco grower. A Camel bought All the top grades. It just shows that the Camel people make Aura get the Choice lots of tobacco. I prefer camels every time. I know what those finer More expensive tobaccos in Camel cigarettes mean Cut rec pyjamas 98c san Souci club hostess the san Souci club will meet with mrs. I. M. Warburton tuesday for i of clock luncheon. Mrs. Frank Coulter will have charge of the program. Coming next Mondaye do be a an a America s Greal fun canker and personality brought you by Camel cigarette. I very monday at 7 so pm i s t., 6 pm c s A 50 pm . And pm p. St., Over Columbia net wort and next tuesday March 29 Benny Goodman Kino of swing i Lear Che great Goodman swing band Quot a go co town Mcvery tuesday at Chi aet no a it pm e s 8 50 no Cost. J Ion ., Ana 650 Poi p.x.t., Over Columbia network. Plasse crepe two Plec Paia Mas. Tailored style pastel shades. Also ruffled dimmed gowns. Camels ars a matchless blend of finer More expensive tobaccos a turkish and Domestic Bames Johnaon nuptial saturday Mise Alma Johnson of Ames daughter of Clem Johnson of Kiester mina., and Gilmore c. Barnes of Huxley were married in a ceremony read at High noon saturday in the Elim lutheran it hurry in Mars Sll town. The couple was attended by cup Mast i a j. A re a a. Tamee 4 a a a a a uitus Quot a Gnu. In. J. Monday March 21, 1938 _ Ames daily Tribune. Ames Iowa Page three i

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