Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
6 Nov 1935

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6 Nov 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1935, Ames, Iowa Buy better in Ames Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa wednesday november 6, 1938k Paije tukes 0. A a holds meeting monday the monthly meeting of Sun dial chapter daughters of the american revolution was held monday evening at the Home of mrs. Carrie Kurtz on grand Avenue. Assisting hostesses were mrs. C. L. Whitmire and mrs. G. H. Meuwissen. The program for the evening consisted of a concise review of the october Issue of the d. A. Magazine by mrs. Clair Wilson and an interesting paper on transportation and Commerce and its influence in the economic development in the United states. Announcement was made of the december luncheon dec. 2, at which time mrs. Clyde Brenton state Regent of the d. A. R., and mrs. Almeda Harpel of Des Moines will be guests members of the d. A. Are expected to assist in the Ames Thrift shop on thursday and Friday afternoons. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Quite a number of Sun dial chapter members were in Boone tuesday where they attended a District meeting of the d. A. It it it it it w. C. T. U. To hold Institute the annual Story county Institute of the Viz. C. T. U. Will be held in the City Library auditorium Here Friday. The morning session is scheduled to opon at to a. In. With busin�3s of the Union. Boone county women will take part in the morning be j bion and mrs. W. E. Jones of Ames j will sing. The noon luncheon will be served at the Bungalow tearoom. Speakers on be afternoon s pro Gram which will open at 1 30 will include. T. L. Handsaker of Ames atty. L. H. Doran of Boone the Rev c. E. Lookingbill and sen. Fred w. Nelson of Nevada. W. C. Foreman of Nevada will sing. = wednesday Goebal Council. Nee Wallah club r. N. A. 4071 Short Story div. F. W. C. Joyaux club Gamma Phi Beta mothers club Home economics f. W. C. History div., f. W. C. Five Hundred club Laetus club third Ward Circle nonpareil club s. And s. Club Unity club thursday league of women voters. Sons of american revolution. Scribblers club Elinor Chestnut Circle Friendly Circle. M. E. Missionary. Phi Psi Upsilon. Jane Shedd Circle. Baptist women a Union. Hate Mcbeth Circle. Fourth Ward Circle postponed. Kum joyous class. Arcadia Lodge. Lutheran Aid. Wesley Aid Cabinet. Altar amp Rosary society. Friday Vendredi club w. C. To u. Institute. Q. T. Club. Needlecraft club. Saturday Betsy Ross club. Entertains at dinner Courtesy mrs. A. W. Diestler entertained at a delightful Surprise dinner party sunday a it her Home 2426 i Lin Coln w a in Honor of her husbands the Public is cordially invited to j bar Thadav anniversary. The Pink and attend the Institute. White colors predominated in the 4 a a i tapers Flowers and birthday cake. Missionary group to meet thurs. The women a foreign Mission Ary society of the first methodist Church Wilt meet with mrs. C. H. Anthony Sis seventh Street thurs Day afternoon at 2 30. The program on a evangelical guests or eluded to o sons of the couple and their wives or. And mrs. L. A. Diestler and or. And mrs. W. A. A Nestler. A # $ group meetings Baptist women s Union group meetings of the Baptist work in South will be j women a Union will be held thurs in charge of mrs. W. A. Morgan j Day afternoon a 2 30 As follows and miss Sloan will Lead the Devo j group one with in r. J. Wit tio nals. J Cox 313 fifth Street a a 4 i group two with mrs. J. F. But fourth Ward i Dolph 914 fifth by get. Circle meet postponed group f a with mrs. H. B. A the regular meeting of the j Valdson at Roger Williams Houe fourth Ward Circle of the lutheran Church which \. As scheduled for thursday after on at the Home of mrs. A. N. Schanche Campus Avenue has been postponed for one week. Mrs. M. T Hartman will de the assisting hostess. % 4 4 lutheran Aid to hold meeting the lutheran ladies Aid will meet thursday afternoon at 2 30 in the Church Parlours. Hostesses will be the mesdames b. F. Knud son. John Dahl a. V. Carey pm merhoff Peterson d. C. Peterson and Ole Mirkson. The top a War and peace will be presented by the Rev. A. W. Stolen. Will your Radiator freeze tonight to restore anti freeze alcohol super Pyro prestone drive in have us Check your car to redone service stores Road service to All Pun of ame fifth Aud Duff phone 172 on Lynn Avenue. It it Wentworth cub program Friday the Wentworth Community club will hold its regular meeting Friday evening in the school House. The program will consist of a demonstration in first Aid by a group of boy scouts and songs by the school children. 4 4 Kum joyous class to hold meeting the Kum joyous sunday school class of the 9mrst methodist Church will Mee in the Church thursday at c 30 for a covered dish supper and work meeting. The work on the screens which was begun tues Day will be completed at this time. 44 league of women voters to meet the league of women voters will meet thursday afternoon at 2 o clock in the memorial Union. November being education month a round table on education will be featured at this time. 4 4 a to entertain Jane Shedd Circle the Jane Shedd Circle of the collegiate presbyterian Church will meet with mrs. J. P Reid 2812 Lin Coin Way at 2 30 thursday afternoon. Mrs. L. M. Lanham and or j b. A Schroeder Are assisting hostesses. A 4 a Phi Psi Upsilon business meeting members of the Phi Psi Upsilon sorority will hold their regular bus loess meeting thursday evening at 8 of clock at the Home of mrs. Kus sell Lake. Betsy Boss club to meet the Betsy Ross Junior club will meet saturday afternoon at 2 of clock in the City Library it auditor Lorn All members Are urged to be present. 4 # 4 to entertain q. T. Club Friday the q. T. Club win meet with mrs. H. A. Sayre 215 ninth Street Friday afternoon at 2 30. A 4 stated meeting Arcadia Lodge Arcadia lung no 2-ta, a. F. And v m. Will hold r stated meeting thursday in the Lodge half Hailey and d. M. Hallett. The study of the mass will be postponed until december and in place of this instruction will be an interesting talk of her trip thru the East by mrs. A i. Griffith and also of messages from her son Gerald who is studying architecture in Europe. The president of the society will give a sketch of Quot Mark Twain a since thursday has been proclaimed by mayor William Allan As Mark Twain Day. Every woman in the Parish is extended a cordial invitation to attend the meeting. #44 needlecraft club with mrs. Bergman members of the needlecraft club will meet with mrs. H. D. Bergman 2119 country club Boulevard Friday for a i of clock luncheon. 4 4 4 Wesley Aid Cabinet to meet the Wesley ladies Aid Cabinet of the collegiate methodist Church will meet for desert luncheon thursday with mrs William Kunerth 427 Welch Avenue. Mrs. W. E. Mccullough is assisting hostess 4 4 4 Beta Tau Delta social meeting members of the Beta Tau Delta sorority enjoyed their monthly social meeting monday evening at the Home of miss Maxine Allan on South Russell Avenue. Miss Exa Dixon was assisting hostess. A pot Luck supper was served at 6 30 and the later evening devoted to Bridge four tables being surrounded for the games. High score prize was awarded to mrs. Raymond faustian and travelling to miss Ruth Mesha. A a Bernice Blackwood to wed Lloyd Ludwig at a supper dance held recently at the Drake hotel in Chicago mrs. Theodore r. Gerlach of Joliet 111., announced the engagement of her daughter Bernice Blackwood to Lloyd a. Ludwig of Hannibal to son of or. And mrs. Peter a Ludwig of University City to. The wedding will take place in the Spring. Miss Blackwood attended the Starr to school for girls and Washington University St. Louis mo., where she was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Or Ludwig is a graduate of Washington University where he fall Listol with the Beta Theta i fraternity. The Bride elects Mother will be remembered by Ames friends As the former Bernice Shugart Blackwood a former resident of this Community. 4 4 4 entertains at birthday party miss Dorothy Goodman entertained a group of i lends at a party tuesday eve Ning at or heme in Celebration of her birthday Anniv sary. Bridge and anagrams Wert the diversions of the evening hours and a supper was staved at Midnight. Covers were arranged at one Long table cantered with a Lovely arrangement of yellow and Bronze chrysanthemums the autumnal colors being emphasized in the appointments. A feature of the supper was decorated birthday . # 4 # to entertain Friendly Circle mrs. Sidney Beach will b Host Ess to members of the Friendly Circle thursday aft Moon at her Home. The last meeting was held at the Home of mrs. Keith Ferguson mrs. Ben Horner is a new member of the Circle. County society and locals Huxley mrs. Erickson is Aid hostess the North division of the Palestine ladies Ald society met wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Lar Erickson. 4 4 consolidated Aid to meet thursday the consolidated ladies Aid will meet thursday afternoon in the Palestine Church basement. Hostesses will be mrs. P. Brendeland mrs. Walter Christopher and mrs. Ole Brendeland. Collins arrived Here from Helena mont., thursday. Or Stout w to has been stationed at Helena As red Cross director the past year has been transferred to the veterans Hospital at Des Moines. Rev. And mrs m. O. Husstad. Mesdames c. O. Highland Jacob Kuncham. Sewell Parker and miss Gladys p urholt attended the sunday school teachers Institute held at Huxley sunday afternoon Quot w Slater District officer at auxiliary meet mrs. M. L. Northrup of Des Moines sixth District committee woman for the american legion auxiliary was a guest speaker at the regular november meeting of Collins unit no. 81 held monday afternoon at the Home of mrs. C. E. Fish. Mrs. G. C fish was assisting social hostess. Mrs. G. C. Fish presided at the first meeting of the new year and the annual membership drive was launched. Other guests present were mrs. H. C. Denniston of Collins Story county chairman mrs. Rae Wells president of the Maxwell unit mrs i. W. Douglass. Mrs. Dickson a my mrs. Sparks of the Maxwell unit mis. C. W. Kimberley of the Mingo unit mrs. Guy Shugart a former member of the Collins unit now of Colo and 14 local members. Refreshments were served Buffet style with mrs. G. C. Fish pouring. The december meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. A. L. Pitcher. Entertains at dinner sunday mrs. B. E. Halverson Ente Nain de at dinner sunday honouring her grandchildren. A Lovely two course dinner was served at noon followed by a social time. Present were or. And mrs. Everett twit of Cambridge or. Ani mrs Gordon Rullestad and children of Cambridge or. And mrs. Hubert twit and daughter of Kelley miss Phyllis Walker of Kelley or. And mrs. Clark Applegate miss Melba Birkestrand or. O. B. Nervig miss Mildred Rienertsen and Bob Rien Erlson All of Des Moines and miss Arline twit of Slater. Those calling in the evening were or. And mrs. Raymond fret to and Ralph of Des Moines or. And mrs. James Nervig and children of Madrid and Hadley Nervig of Slater. Economy room to open thursday the Economy room of the Ames Church of Christ will be open of thursday afternoon Only from i to 5 p. In. In the future. The room had Bein open on tuesdays and thursdays of each week. Mrs. Amy Bennett a group of the women a Council of the Church will be in charge thursday. # 4 4 luncheon meeting Kate Mcbeth Circle members of the hate Mcbeth cd Cie of the collegiate presbyterian Church will melt at the Home of mrs w. H. Mcneil 1222 Burnett Avenue thursday at i a a clock for a covered dish luncheon. Mrs. Henry Schafer and mrs. F. S. Wright will be assisting hostess. Each one is asked to bring her own table service and on. Covered dish. Mils Thomas a Vance will give the history of the rate the Circle during the afternoon program and mrs. He Pride will be in charge of the devotional period. The Freeland Carver and Collins auxiliary of the american legion Post and unit no. Is will hold a covered dish dinner in Observance of armistice Day in the dining Hall of the masonic ledge room next monday evening nov. La. At 6 30 of clock. The Post and auxiliary Are sponsoring the p. T. A. Program for next tuesday nov. 12. They Hope to secure the Ames group which performed at Kelley 1 zen Orvilie mrs. Crouthamel ladies Aid hostess mrs. Charles Crouthamel enter j a inert the ladies Aid society on i thursday afternoon at the Church. Seven members answered Roll Call. \ after the devotional period a Short business meeting was con ducted by the president. The Horn Ess served a delicious lunch assisted by mrs. Frank Nelson. Or. And mrs. I. A. Marsden and or. And it. Fred Hein drove to Dawson sunday and called on mrs Margaret Jones who has been very Corly. Mrs. Jones formerly resided Here. Or. And mrs. John Morgan of Marshall minn., have been visiting re natives Here and in Ames. While Here they were guests at the Charles sprit Sci Frank Miller and Charles Banford Homes. Lloyd Marston visited at the parental p. A. Marsden Home week. The pupils of Lone tree school j gave a very interesting program j Friday evening at the school House. I lunch was served after the pro j Gram. Rose Jane Crooks of Boone j is the teacher or. And mrs. Leonard Springer j and mrs. Springer s Mother mrs. I Kingsbury and finances Kingsburg All of Ames and mrs. Paul Anderson of Boone w ere guests sunday j afternoon at the Clifford Springer Home. Or. And mrs. D. A. Kelley were Des Moines visitors saturday. Or. And mrs. Joel Severson and daughters spent sunday with relatives a Maxwell. Charles Sargent and Stanley Heggen who Are attending Iowa state College at Ames spent the weekend at their respective Homes. Among those from Slater attending the reception Given in Des Moines for Oley Nelson National g. A. Commander wire t. W. Rawson mrs. Cha. Skortman mrs. A. L. Peterson mrs. Rosa Nott and mrs. Florence Nibel. Commander Nelson was presented with a leather Brief Case with his name engraved on it a Gold rope band and a g. A r. Insignia for his hat from the patriotic Council of Des Moines. Or and mrs. Curtis Wald and children of Des Moines and or. And mrs. Roscoe Wald and children of Defiance spent the weekend visiting at the parental s. O. Wald Home. Or. And mrs. Virgil chador and children of Marshalltown Merle cheer and or. And mrs. Ray chador and daughter of Des Moines were weekend visitors at the Home of or. And i s. Emil Chadar. Dwight Carro l who attends Pardon College. Fairfield spent the weekend with his father Fred Carrell. Or. And mrs Jack Levine of Nevada were sunday dinner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Walter Mcbride. Hadley Nervig spent the weekend with his daughter or and mrs. Dixon Binschoff in Madrid. Or. And mrs. F h. Horn of it Moines spent the weekend at the Home of or. And or. S. O. Wald. Or. And mrs. A. Youngberg e. A. Shepherd and daughter and h. Warren were luncheon guests at the Home of or. And or a Kris Sabo Friday afternoon. Mart Thompson left for Chicago Friday evening to spend a few Days visiting friends. Napier because of her fathers death the elaborate plans for the wedding on november 6 of lady How Montagu Douglas Scott to the Duke of Gloucester third son of King George and Queen Mary have been drastically curtailed. Instead of being married in Westminster Abbey amid splendor that marked the nuptials of the Duke and Duchess of Kent last year the Young couple were to say their vows before a company of about too guests in the Royal family a private Chapel at Buckingham Palace in London lady Alice and the Duke of Gloucester Are shown in recent characteristic poses. Roland farm Bureau and4 h clubs Altai Ami it Osar Vive Ting thursday urn altar and Rosary society q St the Cimias Catholic Church will meet thursday afternoon at �?o�?��?T30 a the Church Parlours. Mrs. James Mcgowan acting hostess will he As isted by the mesdames Emmett teming Fri win grime. Ult a a a Wheelock Lar Colo Val Martin George Indian Creek boy meet Thure. To # Indian Creek boys 4 h club will meet at the Home of Dwight far Mer South in Iowa Center thursday evening nov i Hoy who Arr int members but Are Tutti rated in learning More ubut club work Are cordially Suvit re to a11 end this meeting. School Board Thrifty Monroe Mich. Cd in sailors Wert necessary for the Hoard cd supervisors to elect a court a use janitor. Tile Job went to Harry Ali Ore to promised ult at a i prospective Bride would assist in the janitorial duties. Or. And mrs. Mons Teig and son of Cedar rapids and Hubert Teig of Washington to. Spent sunday at the parental k. P. Teig Home. Or. And mrs. S. J. Charlesworth v ere dinner guests of or. And mrs. John Kinsall at Zearing sunday miss Phyllis que to went to Al Kona saturday for a visit with her sister. Mrs Tom Robinson. Or. And mrs. William Wand son entertained the follow int relatives at dinner sunday or. And or Victor Lur a and family of Gilbert or and mrs. Arnold Jacobson of Shell Rock or. William Adama and daughter Eva of fort Dodge. Mrs. Albert Jacob on and sons Bernice and Truman of Story City the misses Irene Jacobson and get strip Adams of Deb Moines an i or and mrs. Joe Hoversten and Darrold Hamilton of Jefferson spent the week end with his grandparents or. And mrs. Clayton Hamilton. Or. And mrs. H. B Green. Clyde and Chou Nee were supper guests at the parental a. M. Mellone Home. Margaret and Helen Miller spent thursday afternoon with miss Esther Ball. Mrs. Roy gating Aud mrs Clay t a Hamilton called tuesday afternoon on mrs. Robert Gardner Ani mrs. Mort Colton. Or. And mrs George Tripp and Donald George mrs. Myrtle Tripp Mary and liar is. Were Arnes shoppers Friday. Mrs Frank Duffy and Jack Greeves were Boon callers a. Mrs. Steve Brooks jr., spent thursday with her Mother my. Mort Colton. Or and or. Ray Leighton called on Mhz Esther Ball thursday eve Ling or. And or. N. E. Price were dinner guests sunday at the h. B. Green Home. Or. And mrs Arthur or hone i were sunday dinner guests at the c. C. Roe Home or. J. W. Milliken and Leo were Boone shoppers Friday. Erwin Milliken of Kelley spent Home. Next meeting of the Ald will be with mrs. Guy Walker. A Dainty tray lunch was served by the hostess assisted by mrs. C. H. Robinson and mrs. Harold Green --4 Cambridge legion card Benefit is held the american legion held its initial card party at the Hall thursday evening. Eleven tables were arranged for the games. Roy Johnson received High score for men and mrs. Harry Fabricius High score for women. Mrs. A. K. Lew in of Ames received the Low score prize. Dancing was the entertainment of the later hours. Music was furnished by Homer Warner and his orchestra. Refreshments were served following the i Ridge games. This plan is followed so those who do not care for dancing can leave and others May Tome late who desire to attend Only the dance. 4 4 4 n. B. Aid society meets the United Brethren Aid society met wednesday afternoon with mrs. Roy Harrison. The Aid is assisting in plans to improve the Church building and is sponsoring a name quilt As a Means of raising Money. Refreshments were served by the hostess. 4 4 4 lutheran Aid hears splendid talk the come Back inn was the setting for a delightful afternoon Fri Day when mrs. Andrew Nelson and mrs. Ole Langland were hostesses to the members of the lutheran Aid. The interesting talk Given by the special guest. Mrs Larson of Ames on Ching and other foreign countries was an inspiration to the society. Mrs. Larson is the wife of the District president and has been in China for a number of years. A Large crowd was present refreshments were served by Tho hostesses. To sit up but has a great Deal of pain. Edgar Thompson and Carol Warren spent sunday at the mrs. Glendora Thompson Home. Marjory Hanks spent the week end in Des Moines with mrs. Ervin Nelson.  4 Gilbert entertain sat. At Post nuptial Shower mrs. Henry Peterson mrs. H. P. Hanson and mrs. Sophus Peterson of Story City entertained at a delightful Post nuptial Shower saturday evening at the Home of the former or Gilbert As a Courtesy to or. And mrs. Herman Holmes. About 35 wore present and the evening was spent in playing games and contests. A delicious tray lunch was served by the hostesses. Or. And mrs. Holmes were the recipients of Many Lovely gifts or. Holmes is a son of or. Mrs. Andrew Holmes and is super Inu Jdant of the Luana school. # 4 # missionary society work Day on nov. 3 the missionary society will hold its monthly work Day and dinner wednesday nov. Is. There will be quilting. Thursday after of Webster City and Friday of Tho i borne daughter Morel. A family dinner celebrating the tuesday with Lawrence me hone. Birthdays of mis Sylvia Horsten mrs Cleo Roe Anil sons Raymond and Barney Derby was enjoyed at and Lloyd a i Green Clyde and the j a Hoversten Home those present writ or and mrs. C. A. Paget land am. Family i and mrs Barney Derby and Joan Henry to version and daughter Ethel and nit and Mio. E j. Hoi Al leu of a rues. Mis Dorothy Boyd w to is a Stu Dent at Waldorf College fore. T City came Home saturday for a j Mary Ana up t sunday afternoon few Days visit with Ber parents or the Beme of or. And mrs. Law r and mrs. O. S. Boyd. J t Nee Anderson Robert Boyd who is a student at j the methodist ladies a d met Tho theological Seminary at Adu j with mrs Clarence r is thurs despoil spent sunday with i f Day afternoon at the bust noes a. Parents re j Steo they voted to a a to pin Ait 40- or Earl Stout and Nous giving App t to tits John Hatley Clarence spent noon in am s. R i i us rid Roe Hir fit Btu Day a p. Rental it c. Rot or. Lewis Dank is staying in Boone with or daughter mrs Lawrence Anderson and faintly Lewis Hanks. Glady Joe and or. And mrs c. O. Fat land were Des Moines visitors saturday. George keel of Kansas City was an overnight visitor in Cambridge sunday. Mrs. W. A. Nee who has been a patient at the Mayo clinic in Rochester. Minn is expected Homo wednesday or thursday. Miss Doris Hubbard spent the w Elk end in Adair. Her parents or. And or. Boyd Hubbard Are leaving soon to make their Horas in los Angeles or. Ant mrs. Henry Highberger and daughter Ellen of Elkhart wore sunday evening guests at the of a. Bul and Home. Mrs. John a Lee and Patty and mrs of a Byland spent Friday a Des Moines mrs Tom Rollefson Aud Fern moved in the Harker Bouse in the West part of town saturday. Or. And mrs. Filing Sandve of Roland we a sunday visitors at the i Andrew Freeland Home. M to. E. F Lewis and daughter 14 Dorothy of vim were visitors on thursday at the log Home or. Jennie Palmer went to a Export Friday the palmers Are i my a soon us a House can he i found or. Palmer expects to take i his sending station and Hopes to find a suitable location for it. Or Aud mrs. Lew is mat Iii re turned tit i Day i it it Monona Atter spending thursday and Friday us attendance at the state Leacher meeting in Des Moines and the Bah i a Nee of the week at the parental Jasper conk Home Here. J mrs. Jasper Cook returned wed need a night rom the Hospital at Cedar rapid a a hero she under i w ent Ain a operation she is Abl mrs. Henry Peterson entertained at a Silver Tea wednesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Clyde Anderson and family of Ames have moved into the House which they recently purchased from Howard Ostrem. Miss May Wherry of Ames and miss Evelyn Shepard of Winterset spent the week end with or. And mrs. Ernest Shepard. Mrs. De Holmes mrs. Henry Peterson and mrs. Orlan Askelson called on mrs. E. Ritland and baby mrs. Roy Fausch and baby and Laurel Jean Peterson All patients at the Mary Greeley Hospital in ame. Friday afternoon or. And mrs. Sigurd Hoagland and children mrs. Selmer Sorenson and Stanley spent saturday afternoon with relatives at Ellsworth. Elmer Haskins spent sunday at the p. W. Flor Ham Home. Or. And mrs. Louis Leininger Aud or. And mrs. Cleo Leininger spent Friday in Boone. Miss Eunice Fincham spent the week end in Ames with her grandmother mrs. Ben Fincham. Or. P. W. Fincham and Zena Mae Wert dinner guests saturday. Earl Sawyer Aud son Franklin left Friday morning for their bomb of stars calif., after a pleasant visit of several weeks duration with relatives in t in Vicinity. An i i Oyster supper was Given in their Honor thursday evening by or. And mrs. Fled Berry. Other guests were or and mrs. Albert Foster and Miter d. Or. Cd Alfred mangrove and family spent thursday evening with or and mrs. Roy Templeton Cist of Gilbert or. And mrs. A. J. From Long of Parkersburg and or. And mrs. La l. Froning of Garretson were guests Over sunday night of or. And mrs l. F. Dawson. Or. Fred re Tach and or Floyd Anderson were Boot visit Cis thursday. Mrs. John Alberg. Of Boone spent Friday with mrs. A. A Hamilton. C. A Ragsdale of Chicago who was on an inspection tour for the automatic Telephone company thru Wisconsin. Minnesota and Iowa. Was a guest Over monday night at the Home of his aunt mrs. Fred Switzler. Or. And mrs. Herman Holmes of Luana attended the teachers meeting in Des Moines and spent the week end at the parental Andrew Holmes Home. John Hangman left Friday for Clinton to be present on sunday at the birthday dinner Given in Honor of the 03rd birthday anniversary of his Mother. Mrs. Margaret Hangman. The dinner was Given at the Home of her daughter Aud it on in Law or. And mrs. C. Gruber. Another daughter mrs. John Bloom of Dewitt and a son. Albert Kinsman of Colorado Springs Colo., were also present. Or. And mrs. Ralph Lawrence and family went to Algona sunday to visit the former a brother p. C. Lawrence. Or. And mrs. E. J Charlton and family and their guests or. And mrs. M. No Osmundson of it. Dodge spent sunday evening with or. And mrs. Dan Jacobson. Or. My mrs. Max Rieke and children of Donnellson spent last weekend at the Ernest Shepard Home. Mrs Henry Peterson was a business caller at Ames and Nevada thursday. Or. And or. Tom Gea Tagana and Dorothy of Ames mrs George continued on Page four Hest colds uss now. Best treated without a dosing Weiss Wisse Bsat have us repair your Winter clothes relining and remodelling ladles and men garments. All work guaranteed. Tailor shop a Woods Balcony Jameson a san invitation parents Mhz. Betty of Connee formerly of the b it to ii Conner Bud k shop a la Moines will he in our shop thursday Friday u it cd saturday of this week to suggest to parents the Hest in children s books. \ special collection of he j hire la s books in Hue bindings vill be on display. Thin in Ait Opp Oriyu it v til will be Ops display. This Oiler boat is for Bris Mas Book for children a Jaii Ages Florence Langford masonic build my

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