Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa 23 May 1938
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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - May 23, 1938, Ames, Iowa
Monday May 23, 1933 Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa Page three society we Omen 6 Clodt yet an Lowe Severson nuptials Friday miss Frances Severson daughter of or. And mrs. S. B. Severson 615 tenth Street became the Bride of Don Lowe son of or. And mrs. Walton Lowe of Des Moines in a ceremony performed Friday afternoon at the Bethesda lutheran Church. The Rev. A. A rogues read the service at 4 o clock in the presence of a Small group of relatives and friends. M. C. Severson Uncle of the Bride Sang a because a before the service and miss Anna Marie nos Back at the Organ played the wed Ding marches. The Bride who was Given in marriage by her father was attired in a frock of beige with Parisan coloured accessories. Her Flowers were a Corsage of Talisman roses. She was attended by her sister mrs Ward Wierson who wore a frock of Acqua color with beige accessories and a Corsage of Talisman roses and Orchid Sweet peas. Roger to we of Des Moines was his brother s Best Man and Elmo Block of Des Moines and Ward Wierson of Ames were Ushers a reception was held at the Severson Home after the ceremony and a two course supper was served by miss Irene Sliss miss Jean Miller miss Ione Bor Wick of Des Moines and mrs. Carl Miller of Ames. A wedding cake entered the dinner table. The Bride has been employed in Des Moines for several years and the bridegroom was reared in that City. After a Short wedding trip or. And mrs. Lowe will be at Home in Des Moines. Out of town guest at the wedding were or. And mrs. Walton Lowe or. Aud mrs. Roger Lowe monday Central p. T. A. Picnic. Travel study div. . Pythian Sisters. Extension service women . Club dinner. Music div. F . Colo Craft club. Menus Bridge country club Whittier p. T. A. Home builders class. Tuesday tuesday Bridge club. Friendly five club. . Limo Daushis club tuesday club. Stitch and chatter club readers club. Olive Branch Circle postponed. Wednesday Victory club. W. H. B. Club. Homemakers club. Pythian Sisters. Nature study f. W. C. Golf luncheon country club. Serendipity club. 21 has been postponed until the next regular meeting night june 2, the Circle will meet at that time with mrs. Howard Adams. It # to entertain readers club the final meeting of the year of the readers club will be held at the Home of mrs. Earl b. Bush on or. And most c. A a Evans Elmo North 0rand Avenue tuesday of a ter noon at 2 30. Plans for the new club year will be discussed Ai this time. It it Seren Depty club meeting wednesday the serendipity club will meet with mrs. J. A. Wilkinson wed Bloke James Martin All of Des Moines and mrs. Lon Tollefson of Huxley. Amp its it Home builders class to meet the Home builders Clas of the first methodist Church will meet Witt or. And mrs. W. C. Keener. After in 2 30 mrs a t. Erwin Wall have charge of the discussion. 72s Ridgewood Avenue monday evening at 7 45 for a treasure Hunt. Members Are asked to come appropriately attired Aud also to bring magazines of the pack horse Library. A # # w. R. C. Holds social meeting forty members of the women set it fat nature study division meeting the final meeting of the year of the nature study division of the faculty women a club will be a Garden supper at the Home of or. And mrs. In e. Blaster 512 Lynn Relief corps and friends enjoyed i Averlue wednesday evening. Us bands of members will be guests. The Garden Tours will be conducted Between 5 and 6 of clock a Well As after supper so that All May have the pleasure of viewing the gardens by Daylight. Members mrs. Beatrice Fry president of Are asked ,0 As Early As log j. C. Ferguson corps of Nevada. S 1 of a the monthly social meeting and Tea Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Alice Bender. Special guests were mrs. Anna Kline president of the j. F. Miller corps of Boone mrs. Leone Martin of Boone and mrs. Meta co trill patriotic in a i tractor was in charge of the Short program whoa included a poem in memory of Ole Nelson by mrs. Myrtle Latherow Reading a the reunion a mrs. Edna Paley group singing of a when the Roll is called up yonder a and Julia Shugart played the accompaniment at the piano. The hostess and her assistants mrs. Martha Cole mrs. Clara Downa and mrs. Fannie Durr til served Dainty refreshments at us conclusion of the afternoon. W homemakers club to hold meeting the homemakers club will meet with mrs. John Cooper wednesday May 25. The last meeting of the club was held at the Home of mrs. Roy Mcdonald. Because of inclement weather a Small attendance was reported. Quilting was done for the hostess. A a a present pupils in recital the music pupils of miss Ada Scott were presented in a recital Friday evening at the Ontario Christian Church. Taking part in Tho program were John Bro u hard Roger Bra in clarinet Paul Clark guitar Cima and Annbert Thornton Mary Susan and Billy Brown and Helen Nichols piano. A a to entertain Limo Daushis club the Limo Daushis club will meet tuesday afternoon at 2 30 with mrs. Jean Masson Isi Quot West Street. Mrs. Ross will have Barge of Hoe program. A a # women Golf luncheon wednesday the weekly Golf luncheon for women of the Ames Golf and serendipity club Day. Golfers will tee off at st30 a in. And luncheon will be served St noon. Members Are asked to phone reservations for the luncheon to either mrs. J c. Neff or mrs. J. M. Hall. Stitch and chatter club with mrs. Donne tile stitch and chatter club will meet with mrs. Henry Dobbe 108 North Hazel Avenue tuesday afternoon St 2 of clock. Mrs. Herman l Eterson is assisting hostess. Of Olive Branch Circle postponed the meeting of Olive Branch the supper will be served at 6 15 by mrs. C. S. Gwynne mrs. H. C. Nielson mrs. Ill. Knight mrs. A. Starbuck. Each one is asked to bring own table service. In Case of rain the meeting will be held at the collegiate methodist Church at 6 15, Marian Carr is wed saturday announcement is made of the marriage of miss Miriam Carr of Des Moines Iowa state College graduate and daughter of or. And mrs. R. C. Carr of Osage to Charles e. Elmquist son of mrs h. A. Bilquist of Des Moines which took place saturday afternoon at i of clock at the Home of the Bride s parents. Tho Rev. John Gammon of Cresco officiated. The Bride was attired in a wedding gown of White and carried a colonial bouquet. A wedding luncheon followed the ceremony and the couple left on a Short wadding trip. They will live in Des Moines. Mrs. Elmquist is a graduate of Osage High school Carleton College at Northfield minn., and Tow a state College at Ames w Here she was a member of Phi Beta Phi sorority. She has been employed in Des Moines. Or. Elmquist is a graduate of the Drake University Law school and is a member of Delta Theta Phi fraternity. # a miss Reva Lamb is honoured sunday a Jolly informal Shower Courtesy was Given sunday by miss Mary Wiegner of Des Moines for miss Reva Lamb who is to be a june Bride. The guests met at the Wiegner apartment at la of clock and following a car ride from Ames thru the ledges state Park went to the Hornbeck inn near Boone for a delicious Fried Chicken dinner. After the dinner a game was played testing the vocabularies of the guests. Miss Lamb and miss Adella Shedd tied for top honors but miss Shedd relinquished her place and miss Lamb was Given the prize a hand crocheted doily. A Shower of Handy Garf cheats for the Bride elects new Home and a gift of Linen were presented to the honoree. Miss Lamb was also Given a Beautiful bouquet of Pink and White Gladiolus from the hostess. The dinner color scheme was Orchid and yellow featuring a Centrepiece of Iris and daisies. Guests at the party were mrs. Nora Wiegner mrs w. T. Lamb Mary Jane Meyers. Adella Shedd. Glendora Briley Pauline Cammack. Alice Peterson and Miriam Moses $ a 4> pupils to give recital a group of miss Ida Harrison s Hor the Strawberry season Camp fire news starting again the Lush red strawberries with their brilliance and juiciness Are making their appearance in Ever increasing quantifies in the markets while they Are at their Best. A delightful change in desserts and one that will win favor with your friends and family is a Strawberry pie in till cornflakes or Graham Cracker crust. Imagine a pie in which tile fresh Sweet flavor of the Bervie is pot spoiled by cooking a crust which need not be baked. The combination of whipping Cream and strawberries is As delectable As a heaping dish of the luscious Ripe red fruit and Cream. The Graham Cracker or Cornflake crust is easily made by rolling the crumbs Fine blending Well with the melted butter and one fourth cup of sugar and dressing firmly into an eight Inch pie pan. When thoroughly chilled in the refrigerator this crust w ill Cut As easily As a baked one. You May decorate the top with sliced or whole strawberries of it Mav by fluted with whipped Cream As you desire. Here is the recipe i-3 cup butter l l cup sugar 1 cup Tine Cornflake crumbs ii cups finely Cut strawberries 3-4 cup sugar. 2 Tablespoons Lemon juice i Tablespoon gelatine 3 Tablespoons cold water i cup whipping Cream melt butter add one fourth cup of sugar and Cornflake crumbs mix thoroughly and press firmly Over Bottom and sides of an eight Inch pie pan. Combine berries sugar and Lemon juice. Soften gelatine in the cold water then set Over hot wafer until melted. Stir into Berry mixture and chill until it is thick and syrupy. Whip Cream until stiff and fold into berries either thoroughly so As to produce a uniform Pink color or incompletely to give a striped or marbled effect. Chill in refrigerator until firm. Yield 6 Servings. Camp Hantea the Camp of to greater Des Moines Council Camp fire girls will open i twentieth season sunday june 26 1938. The Camp is located so Railes South of Boone adjoining the ledges state Park and is Ope to All girls interested in spending a period or More in Camp. Mrs. Anselm Frank i. Is chairman of the Camp committee and mrs. Norman Cassiday. Mrs. Jack Jervis. Or. Olney s. W aver a the other members of the committee. There will be six periods during the summer two of them will be Long periods of thirteen Days each. The other four will be seven Day periods. Tho Cost is $8.50 for a Short period and $15,80 for a Long period. Non registered amp fire girls May come but they must pay an additional Dollar. The number at Camp at any one time is strictly limited so it is suggested that girls Register Early. The periods Are As follows period i sunday june 26 to saturday july 9 period ii sunday july to to sunday july 17 period ii sunday july 17 to july 24 period in sunday july 24 to saturday August 6 period a sunday August 7 to August 14 period i sunday August 14 to August 21. The theme of the program for the summer will to worked around the 1938 slogan of a the magic Forest of harness miss m. Genevieve Clayton is the Camp director and miss i Louise Fargher is the associate i f Rector. Ess Paulette Goddard film actress she a getting her hair fixed up pretty for a Robin the new movie Quot the Young in heart a after breaking away from the management of Charlie Chaplin who gave her her first movie Job. Chased by Prince Mohamed Al Nephew of the late King Fuad. Some of the books were written in the 16th Century. They formerly belonged to a French cavalry commander who recently died. Men slower Drivers Boston drive More slowly than women according to a Boston University Survey the poll conducted among men and women students showed the men s average driving Speed was 37 Miles an hour. The women averaged 39 Miles an hour. Robert Montgomery whose latest picture is Quot yellow Jack a has completed furnishing his new Home in Holmby Hills. Piano and voice pupils will give a demonstration recital at the Church of god on thirteenth Street Between Clark and Burnett ave Nues tuesday afternoon at 4 15. The pupils will demonstrate what they learn in theory class and in private lessons. Those who will take part Are Phyllis Worden Wayne Spangler Herbert Dobbe Bobby Chase and Tho misses Carol Berry and Joyce Davis. The Public is invited to attend prepared by Ames Tribune Betty Crocker Home service department Mariruth Lewis and Earl w. Cummings wed a wedding of the Spring season Beautiful for its simplicity was that of miss Mariruth Lewis of Keosauqua daughter of mrs Janies r. Lewis of Ames to ear w. Cummings son of or. Aud or m. A. Cummings of Farmington which was solemnized at the Home of the brides sister and brother in Law or. And mrs. F. M. Coulter 617 Clark Avenue sunday May 22 the ceremony was read at High noon by the Rev. Arthur r. Mclaughlin pastor of the congregational Church Iii Ames in the presence of immediate relatives and Friend. Nuptial vows were taken before the Flower banked tire place. I he Bride was Beautiful in a Eleanor Blue All Over lace gown and sue Pink accessories she carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. While the guests were assembling mrs. Nolle Johnson of Keosauqua at the piano played Quot Balut do Ansour a Eagar Quot Indian love Call a Frimll a i love you truly a Bond Aud Quot the bridal March a from Lohengrin. The Bride is a graduate1 of the Central teacher a College at War Rensburg to. She has been com Mercial instructor in bae High schools at Greenville mo., and at Keosauqua for the past seven years. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Chillicothe business College Aud attended Iowa Wesleyan College. He is a member of the Iowa Highway patrol Aud is stationed at est Liberty where the couple will reside. Following the ceremony an informal breakfast was served to 38 guests at the memorial unto a. Be Bride s color scheme of Pink Aud Blue was carried out in the table appointments and Floral dec orations of snapdragons Sand Blue Star of Bethlehem and Smilax. A Large wedding cake but Auti prize for guessing the most titles correctly. Shor Book reviews were Given and mrs. Stuart conducted a guessing to contest a Black magic with books a next year this club will become the creative writing department of the Ames woman a club. The new chairman Hopes to have Short reviews of grammar fundamentals and some form of constructive criticism for original work. Meetings will lie held the third monday of each month. If there is any member of the Ames woman s club interested in this new department who Bas not already enrolled she May do so by phoning 1963. A it a a to entertain tuesday club the tuesday club members will meet at 2 30 tuesday afternoon with mrs. Thomas f. Vance. 1206 Orchard drive. Mrs. C. K. Shedd is assisting hostess. Mrs. Harvey l. Faint will be in charge of the program. A. The a ban see Camp fire group met May 17 at the Homo of the guardian mrs. G. O. Hendrickson. Gam were played and bouquet of Flowers were arranged and taken to Ahu ins. On tuesday May 24 the group will meet at the Home of Marjorie Smith after school. Work on Bird charts will be done at this time. So they will be ready for Camp dad and daughters Day june 5. In the Lincoln school Camp fire group has chosen the name of Shinola which Means singing together and making life Happy and joyous for each one of the group. The group met Friday and made spatter prints of tree leaves. Plans were made for an overnight Camp at can la. The group will meet at 3 p. M after school thursday and each girl is to furnish own bed i Ding sheets towels and toilet articles and to bring food for supper breakfast and extra food to be cooked for Friday noon dinner. In Case of rain the Camp w ill be postponed. A a a a a a 2 / a a it a a / / / s a a / 2 / a a a a if Ever v a a graduate would like an Elgin Hamilton Bulova watches $10.75 up a la sunny Italy it s quite the thing these Days to serve italian style dinners a the Type of dinners one might have served to one on the Balcony of some Small inn under the smiling Blue italian sky. One reason Why such a form of entertainment is popular is because it can be very simple. A True italian meal would begin with anti Pesta or appetizers these would be chucks or slices of pickled fish very much like tuna to slices and slices of spicy sausage and pickled beets. They would be arrange on a Platter and passed for each guest to help himself. Hard crusted Rolls would be on the table to eat with these appetizers. Macaroni or Spaghetti a which we always associate with Italy Are served if at ally As entree at the True italian dinners. They Are the piece de resistance Only at simple meals in the Homes of the poorer italian people. But if you were travelling in Italy you might find that dinners of several courses grow tiresome and at some pleasant Little hotel you a order an entree for the main dish. This might Well be noodles with butter or Spaghetti or the almost equally famous italian Ravioli. So for your italian dinner Here in America in suggesting Ravioli for the main dish accompanied by a Crisp Green salad served of univ from a salad bowl. Any real italian table would have a Little Glass 1 detonate do of ruled Cemar dish of grated cheese on it just a we set out the Salt and Pepper. No doubt the italians we Ould Sprinkle some of this cheese Over their Ravioli. While nowhere in the world will you get More delicious desserts than in Italy Well omit the chocolate souffle or Caramel custard or rum Baba in this simplified version and conclude our Mea with a bowl of fresh fruit bananas oranges plums a whatever you May have and also a selection of cheeses. Some mild cheeses and some Harp cheeses Are offered for the guests to choose from. That san abridged italian meal your guests would enjoy out on the Terrace or on h Cool Shady veranda. The Only problem for you might be the Ravioli and Here is the recipe for these delicious Little meat filled balls. Ravioli 3 tbsp water i 44 Tan. Salt 3 egg Yolk cup White Sault in it it. Water or Sou 3 tbsp butter 4 tbsp All purpose for Gravy i Tbs p. W or Este r s h farm Bureau and 4-h society a a a a / a a a a / a a a a in buys 2,200 books on horses j Cairo Ltd it a a collection of 5 2.200 books dealing with horses and horse Riding has been Pur. 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Sizes 14 to 52 i whole egg i tap Salt i cups All purpose flour 2u cups ground cooked meat probably veal 4 tbsp. Chopped Parsley a tsp. Mustard add the water to the Well beaten egg and egg Yolks and Salt once before measuring. Add the flour and Salt been sifted together to the beaten egg and egg Yolks i very thin Sheet and Cut with a 3 Inch cookie Cutter. Mix i Parsley Mustard paprika and we Hite sauce together Ria of this mixture on half the rounds amp rounds. Top wit 8 rounds of dough Ami dress the Edifee firmly together Fork or fingers. Drop in boiling salted water or soul Stock Cook for to minutes. Remove from liquid am place on a make Gravy by thickening the Stock with butter and Gloucestershire sauce Over Ravioli with Gravy and serve. The. Make eight Servings. In flour h have it in a i meat Knauls d wot a Ipa will i piece. The Bride s going a a by costume was a frock of Peris and with Matching Cape and accessories of beige. After a Short wedding trip the couple will be at horn1 at 3u8 East third stye West Liberty. Out of town guests at the wedding Are or. Aud mrs. M. A. Cummings parents of the bridegroom of Farmington mrs. A. Toe bridegrooms aunt Madison or. And mrs badge son Joe and Daty mrs. Kell Johnson. Janet Barker and Kvech Stanley Davis and i Donald Wolf Allut kens a. Am is club has meeting the am is 4-h club held its regular meeting tuesday evening at the Home of George person. The business meeting was called to order by Marshall Young and Roll Call wag answered by naming favorite Flowers. During the business meeting it was decided to Send at least one Delegate to the boys Camp in july. A Dairy quiz w a Given to each member and answered. Betty Ann dues was a new member from Franklin township. A delicious lunch was served by the Host and his Mother. Guests present were or and mrs. Victor Riley and Marie mrs. Dudley mrs Helen Randau Henry Miller and William Bradshaw. J general says War saved lives Pasadena Cal la i Gen p. J h. Farrell retired believes hit the Spanish american War saved 500,000 american lives it furnished the impetus necessary to find the solution for malaria Aud typhoid. Opening dance Dayton spark wednesday May 25 a red Quot Heggens orchestra i a Iii a i Are in be it i a and saturday. Too it music at popular Price. T Linen crash 5 yes Par Linen crash for and or roller towels. Bleached or unbleached coloured Borders sprig a ainu r if you worry about what to serve if you dread to a tart the next meal. Just drop a letter to Betty Crocker in care of the an a Tribune. And ask for ibis week j menus Complete menus for the week with recipes for the mint items will be sent to you a 8� Coit plea a a a Hie cent stamp to cover return postage those Dorcle Schedut of a t \ a a Lep no a of comm Unity who wish the menus May Cal St the in 8cneouid for tuesday a it j Tribune office for them. And mrs. Harold daughters Bette miss june Dunn or. And mrs daughters Janet i a i to Ain Jane of Nevada sing r and scribbler club latter. Has final meeting i i he final meting of i his club of the Ahi club was an indoor Piu Day at the Home of i Cher. Members came att. Cate a Book titles m suite won Thep rile for representation of Quot it a a Here a or Robert s Irue blood a tuesday special 1000 pairs ladies Spring and summer shoes first pair. Second pair on Price $1.00 he Tommy Bupp Youthful film sailed for England to make a new motion picture bring your friends Siil Uit comfortable girdles $1.00 two Way stretch girdles for Comfort. Dandy to Wear for sport they re so flexible. Bath towels $ tor $1,00 and turkish Bath summer usage a ome in Handy. Kiddies dresses 98c Dainty utile frock for the Dainty Little it us. Full Cir Culin skirts. Sheet Crisp frocks or the heavier sturdier numbers suet i toll
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