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

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14 Nov 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 14, 1935, Ames, Iowa A buy better in Ames a Ames daily Tribune Ames. Iowa thursday. November 14, 193s, Page three Tea Courtesy i held wednesday mothers of children in the primary department of the sunday school of the first methodist Church were guests at a Tea and Quot Back to sunday school program wednesday afternoon from 3 to 5 in the Church Parlours. Hostesses were class teachers and officers of the department. During the sunday school a hour a a group of Bible stories and songs were dramatized by teachers in the department and the work of this sunday school department was explained. Tea was nerved during the social hour. The table was covered with a lace cloth and entered with a howl of yellow chrysanthemums. Dainty sandwiches cookies and Tea were served. Mrs. W. A. Morgan poured. A a Tri to sorority hold meeting chapter o of the National Tri to Charity sorority held its regular meeting tuesday evening at the memorial Union. A very interesting talk was Given by or. R. E. Wakeley of the sociology department at Iowa state College on Quot government Relief to the needy and its an open forum discussion was held after the talk and members Felt much Good was derided from the talk and discussion. Plans were made for pack a thanksgiving baskets at the next meeting of the group and also for the december guest party. At the close of the meeting miss Beulah Bowers president of the sorority was very pleasantly surprised with a Shower of handkerchiefs from various members in Honor of her birthday anniversary. Refreshments were served by ladle March and Judith Skromme. # 4 a is hostess to tuesday club mrs. Roy Adams was hostess to the tuesday club tuesday afternoon at her country Home near Ames. Mrs. Pauline Carpenter was assisting hostess. Fourteen members were in attendance. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the afternoon by the hostesses assisted by mrs. Adams daughter mrs. Wilson and miss Bessie Mott. The club will hold its next meeting and Christmas party at the Home of mrs. Jay Allen. This will be an Allday session. Ltd it <8> celebrate wedding anniversary members of the West Franklin country club gathered at the coun try Home of or. And mrs. Jay Allen North of Ames saturday evening for a party in Honor of the couples forty third wedding anniversary. Old time dancing was enjoyed during the evening with Harve Crawford and Charles Recd of Gilbert playing. The 6 30 dinner was served to so. 4 a Are hosts at a birthday dinner or. And mrs. F. L. Yale entertained at a dinner Bridge party wednesday evening at their Home in Honor of the birthday Anni veil Ary of miss Thelma Langfitt. Bridge was played following the dinner. Guests included or. And mrs. Lester Hegland the misses Thelma Langfitt and Phyllis Arm our and William Martin and Charles Conrad. A a a Maccabee dinner meeting Allcorn tent hive of the Mac rabies will hold its monthly sup per meeting Friday evening at 6 30 at the Home of or. And mrs. S. T. Dearinger 822 Carroll ave nue. Each one is asked to bring a covered dish sandwiches and table service. Members Are privileged to bring guests at this time. Calendar thursday div. 5�?m. E. Aid. Pythian Sisters. Rebekah ledge. Div 8�?m. E. Aid. Thursday luncheon club. Catholic daughters. Star Circle social hour Circle Pocahontas club United Brethren Aid women a Council Christian Church double six club div. 6�?m. E. Aid knights of Columbus Eleanor Roosevelt club Wesley ladies Aid div. 4�?m. E. Aid Phi Psi Upsilon dance div in a. T. Aid Friday sew so club Cleman club Olive Branch Circle w. R. C. Newcomers div. F. A c. Harmony club. League women voters Tea. Cosmopolitan club. Art club postponed. Wesley Aid Circle 4 twentieth Century club Garfield Avenue maccabees chapter a party fortnightly club Battery recharging Firestone service stores Road service to All parts of Ames fifth a Duff a phone 172 Chapper a to hold party Friday chapter a of the p. E. O. Will entertain the bils at a theater party Friday evening. After the theater program a social hour will be held at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles e. Friley. Amp a to entertain Harmony club mrs Henry Eichling will be hostess to members of the Harmony club Friday at a 1 15 luncheon at her Home. Let it a a Victory club guest Day meeting mrs a. B. Maxwell opened her Home 912 Kellogg Avenue wednesday afternoon for the annual guest Day meeting of the Victory club which proved to be a most successful and Lovely affair. The party was especially in Honor of newcomers to Ames and 36 members and guests were present. Bowls of chrysanthemums in the rust and White colors decorated the living rooms. Mrs g. E. Mcfarland president of the club welcomed the guests and presented mrs. Hal Parson program chairman who in turn presented mrs. Charles f. Curtiss guest speaker. Mrs. Curtis told informally of interesting personal experiences on her 42-Day Ocean cruise to Iceland Norway and Sweden Finland and Russia which she enjoyed last summer. Mrs Curtiss told also of the entertainment abroad the liner and of the trips taken at various ports of interest. Mrs. H. M. Templeton and mrs. Guy Dodds refreshment committee invited members and guests to take Tea in the dining room. The table was entered Vita a Large bowl filled with Pink roses on a Mirror base and lighted tall Pink and Siver candles were on the Buffet. Tea was served by candlelight and mrs Mcfarland and mrs. Charles Ham Ilton poured mrs h. E. of is Moines was a guest of her Mother mrs. Maxwell. A a a rotary club holds meeting the annual guest night meeting of the woman a rotary club was a most delightful affair of wednesday evening a the Home of miss Ida Bald us on Crawford Avenue. Mrs. L. A Wilson and mrs. Mary Bennett were assisting hostesses. Thirty five members and guts were present and enjoyed the even Inge a program which opened with three Lovely selections on the piano by mrs. K. G. Dannatt. Mrs. Frederick Schneider Ames musician who spent some time last summer in Europe and on the British Isles was guest speaker of the evening. She gave a delightful talk on her travels and of the music festival at Salzburg. Australia which was of particular interest to her. As a musician. Refreshments were served during the social hour the table entered with a bowl of yellow chrysanthemums. A Short business session preceded the program. Ltd it Ltd a # november meeting faculty women s club mrs. D. A. Moulton president of the faculty women a club presided wednesday afternoon at the november general Assembly at the club held in great Hall of the memorial Union. Members of the nature study division were hostesses. The program opened with two piano duet numbers six Brahms Waltzes opus 52 set i by miss Rosalind Cook and miss Eileen Sawyer. Mrs. R. E. Wakely chairman of the nature study group presented the speaker of the afternoon George Yates. Des Moines Bew rapt r photographer who gave a very interesting talk on his experiences in getting pictures for his paper. Of particular interest was the Story of his recent air plane flight to South Dakota to procure pictures of the stratosphere flight. Tea was served during the social hour. The table placed in the rear of great Hall was Lovely with its lace cover and unusual Centrepiece of Osage Orange Popcorn and gourds which was surrounded by candles in holders made from Field Corn. The color scheme of autumn shades was carried out in the refreshments. Mrs. J. W. Woodrow. Mrs. Nelson Horn and mrs. W. G. Gaessler poured. Mrs. M. A. Sharp was in charge of table decorations and refreshments. Fortnightly club with mrs. Combs members of the fortnightly club will meet Friday afternoon at 2 30 with mrs. L. R. Combs. Mrs. Leroy s. Burroughs will give the program. Ltd # is hostess to w. H. B. Club members of the w. H. B. Club gathered at the country Home of mrs. Glen Banks wednesday for their regular meeting. Eighteen members and the following guests were in attendance mrs. Frank Warren sr., the Mother and mrs. Ruth Harwood sister of the hostess. And mrs. Carl Warren mrs. Mary Penfield of Ames and mrs. Skeers mrs. Elmer Rath and baby mrs. Clay Taylor mrs. Leonard Springer and the misses Lucile Mather Janet Dale Edna Kingsbury and Margaret Jane Dailey. The afternoon was spent inform ally and a discussion of handicraft work was enjoyed. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by mrs. Kirby mrs. Banks or. Lawson mrs. Carl Warren mrs. Taylor and miss Dailey the next meeting will be held nov. 26 because of the thanksgiving Holiday at the Home of mrs. Ralph Hakes. Mrs. J. I. Mather will have the program on Quot bread # it i it Garfield Avenue club to meet the Garfield Avenue club will meet Friday afternoon at 2 of clock with mrs go orate Milburn. Ltd it Ltd notice to w. R. C. Members All members of Els Worth chapter. Women a Relief corps Art urged to be present at the All Day meeting of the corps Friday at the Home of mrs. Elk Akin 817 Douglas Avenue. Plans will be made at this time for inspection which will be held Friday nov. 22. Mrs. Harriett Mccollough past department pro i Dot of Des Moines will be present at the inspection. It twentieth Century club with mrs. Parno members of he twentieth Century club will meet Friday afternoon with mrs. A. W. Parno. 29j9 Lincoln Way. Mrs. La. Gilman will be in charge of the program. 4 4 a Circle 4 to meet Friday Circle 4 of the Wesley ladies Aid will meet Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs Quot Vav. K Mccullough j 410 Welch Avenue. Mrs. K ii is As sisting hostess. Tee j i arg number Ai District meeting let Hundred and sixty women a i tended the annual sixth Dis rift meeting of the women s re Lief corps held wednesday in the i. Of o. F. Hall in Newton seven teen members of Ellsworth corps of Ames were in attendance and 14 org in the District were repro. Etude. Mrs Jorgeson. President of the Newton corps in charge of the boldness session and one Comrade John Baker of Newton was a up Tai guest mrs Theresa Marsh of Fairfield department president v us inspecting office. Nus Edith Wilcox Delegate Frow tilt Ames corps Gate a splendid j Iep it it of the year work Belt j mrs. Bennett presented the depart meet president with a gift fro it the convention. I be i o clock luncheon was served in the i. Of f Ball by the Rebakah Lodge. I m r attending from us a. Cts of lbs i in Kab pre id tit it 4continued on Page file i county society and locals Huxley Aid group holds meeting the ladies Aid society of the Palestine lutheran Church met last thursday afternoon in the Church Parlours. The program included hymns devotions by the Rev Feder by land vocal duet a when its lamp lighting time in the Valley a by mrs. Roy Elliott and mrs. Thor Mason Bible study lord s prayer and doxology at the business session the Aid decided to serve a thanksgiving Day dinner following the Churro services on that Day. A social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served by mrs. R. A Brendeland mrs. Walter Christopher and mis. Ole Brende land. Mrs. Thor Mason entertained at a dinner wednesday evening in Honor of the baptism of her grandson Ronald Dean Mason. Guests were or. And mrs. Howard Mason the baby a parents or. And mrs. K w. Warner and Ada of Cambridge Sherman Mason of Des Moines. Miss Nadine Keller of Elkhart Rev. And mrs. Peder Buland and or. And mrs. Milfred Thompson and family. Ronald Dean Mason was baptized at the Thor Mason Home wednesday evening by the Rev. Or. Blaud. Or. And mrs. Milford Thompson were the godparents. Miss Ada Warner and Sherman Mason were sponsors. Or. And mrs. Palmer Saveraid had their baby Darlene Lois baptized at the Palestine Church sunday morning. Mrs. Josie Saveraid carried the baby. Sponsors were Joye and Joyce Saveraid and or. And mrs. Russell Smith. Mrs. A t. Fjelland spent from thursday until sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Alvin Marmet in Des Moines. Jeanne Anne and Marion Korter of Des Moines were dinner and supper guests sunday at the Home of mrs. Anna Kiester. Or. And mrs. Ted Bauge and we la Mae visited at the Alfred hares Tad Home sunday afternoon. Martin Thompson who was in an Accident was removed from the lutheran Hospital in Des Moines to the Ole Hanson Home Here saturday. Several Small Bones were broken and it is necessary for him to have his foot in a cast. Or. And mrs. L. J. Fonboe visited at the Home of or. And mrs. Be Vert Holland near Randall sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Cecil Larson and children of Slater. Or. And mrs. Ole Kalsem and or. And mrs. So plus berhow were sunday dinner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Ira melons in Winterset. Mrs Josie Saveraid and Joye my and mrs. In t Swenson and Marjorie of Huxley Tiss Joyce Saver Aid of Des Moines. Walter Saveraid of red Oak and or. And mrs. Kus sell Smith of Ames were sunday dinner guests at the Home of my. And mrs. Palmer Saveraid or. And mrs. A. T. Fjelland Wen dinner guests sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Burton Fjelland. Or. And mrs Irving Ryan were supper guests sunday evening at the Home of or and mrs. Garden Jenniek. Or. And mrs Arthur la Blanc and children of Des Moines and mrs Arthur la Kaus were supper guests sunday evening of miss Belle Richardson. In i see Arlene Francis and Marjory berhow spent sunday afternoon with miss Opal Ryerson. Or. And mrs. Martin Sampson Harold Orville and Wilma of Armstrong. Lawrence Leland of Slater and or. And mrs. Ole Fjelland and Roger wire visitors sunday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. A. A. Fjelland. Miss Helen Arland woo was Home last week with a cold was Able to return to the school near Maxwell where he teaches on monday. Miss Gladys Tweedt of Ames pent sunday with her parents or and mrs. Burney Tweedt. Or. And mrs. Harry wee and j Marjory visible at the Horn of or. And mrs. J. M. Michelson sunday j afternoon. The misses Marie Holland Alice. Dryer and Evelyn Bearndt from j de it Moines and Paul and Clem a cd land were dinner guests Sun Day and spent the Damp vat the Home if or. And mrs Sanford Helland or. And or Kenneth Klong Jun of Slater Rey Tweed of i Sterling. He and s. K. Tweed v ere visitors sunday afternoon at the Burney Tweedt Home the misses Vivian r hand Virginia Kampley and Dorothy Johnson visited school m n Lay afternoon. The misses Opal Ryerson and Jamr and mrs. Charles Klingbeil and family of Mingo and or. And mrs. E. W. Miner of Melbourne. Or. And mrs. William Castle and family drove to Ogden sunday where they visited in the a. A Berstrom Home. Ray Johnson and family of Rippey enjoyed an Oyster Stew in the Velmar Benson Home sunday evening. Oscar Olson son Bobby daughter Evelyn and a Birkestrand were visitors in Slater sunday in the Home of the former a daughter mrs. Truman Brown and husband. Or. And mrs. Harlow Witt and son marlow1, jr., spent sunday with or. And mrs. G. Matsinger. Clarence Gregg Underw ent a ton Sll operation in Des Moines saturday. Mrs. John Herman entertained the a n. S. Club last Quot wednesday afternoon. Those present were mesdames s. B. Land and Henry Buche of Slater William Cassel and Albert Lehman. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Miss Vera Stoner of Prairie City visited her Friend Iva Dell Tes Dell Friday and also attended he funeral of mrs. Oscar Olson or. And mrs. W. L. Gregg of Stuart came sunday to see their son Clarence and family. Or and mrs. Carl Tesdell spent saturday and sunday in Des Moines with their son Homer and wife. Betty Lee Tesdell is still quite ill. Dred and Twenty five were served. Five ministers and their families were honoured guests. The program was under the direction of mrs. Ira Espe. The main address of the evening was Given by the Rev. Or. Simmons of the Nevada lutheran Church. Music was furnished by a menus quartet and a Drill by the children was much enjoyed. Napier Verna Malan son and Jeffer callers in Day. Albert Johns v to t Busine monday. Frances Aud it in super ? ii j or a sum and Herbert halve via land were bus a a Moines Satur Iii. It Majo Hall Aine. Opal no. Alleman or. And mrs. A a Lehman entertained sunday in Honor of mrs a oaf Fey of shield amp d. Tho present Quot ere or and mrs. A1 tor Ger Alec end f Ceil Aud irs. L. F or by a and family or and or. A j Lehman and t a Only. Or. And mrs. Orville Bassett and children called at the Charles set a Der Home sunday afternoon. Miss Bettie Beeler spent last week in Iowa City with her gist#.�?T, miss Ethelee Beeler. Fred Watts and family spent thursday at the Merl Ruby Home in Kelley. Miss Louise Ferguson spent last week at the Roy Grierson Home. Mrs. John Safley visited school tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Floyd Miller. Margaret and Helen and miss Viola Smith it Ames v ere Des Moines shopper thursday. Miss Charlotte Ferguson spent Friday and saturday in Ames with her Cousin miss Betty Cooper. Lawrence and John Mchone Are husking Corn for Allen Kelso. Or. And mrs. Harold Gran Clyde and Clarence were sunday dinner guests at the Fred j. My hone Home. Afternoon callers were or. And mrs. Arthur Mchone and Lawrence. Mrs. C. F. Cooper of Ames spent a few Days last week with her sons will Cooper and family and John Cooper and family. Or. And mrs. R. W. Ball Wert Boone callers saturday. Miss Anna Price spent tuesday and Quot wednesday with miss Gladys Hanks. Miss Donna Sawyer is ill with the mumps. Or. And mrs. A. M. Mchone and or. And mrs. N. E. Price and family were dinner guests sunday in Des Moines at the Albert b. Pepin Home. Mis. Lewis Dank returned to her Home saturday evening after spending two weeks in Boone with her daughter mrs. Clarence Anderson and family. Or. And mrs c. A Roe were callers at the a. M. Mchone Home sunday evening. Miss Ruth Dyer of Boone spent the week end with her brother. Paul Dyer. Bill Creed was a Boone business caller Friday. Lloyd England Raymond Edith and Lucile spent saturday in Des Moines. Floyd Miller or. Spent Friday near Jordan with his Cousin Ber my Bradshaw. Or and mrs. Frank Duffy Aud Jack grieves were Des Moi in b shoppers Friday. Or. And mrs Harold Gren Clyde and Clarence an i Anna Aud Florence Marie Price were Ames callers tuesday evening. Cambridge missionary Tea to be held Friday i a Benefit missionary will a Beld at the o. A. Briand Home Friday afternoon at 2 30. Or Tempin missionary to India will be the chief speaker. Or. Edmunson of Boone will also give a talk a ladles of the Church Are asked to cons. Cooperate by attend ins and asking others to come. A a women club with mrs. Buland the regular meet no of the Cambridge women s clubs held at the Home of mrs. O. A. Buland. Twenty nine members answered Rol Call Wilts a Bible verse. Or. Buland gave a report of the District meeting held in Aru. The program was in keeping with the season. A play Quot the first i Hacks give it Quot was g Ali by a cast including mrs. Herman May Walii or. Miss Margaret White mrs. Or. L. F. Thomas transacted business in Des Moines tuesday. Or. And mrs. H. M. Elmquist spent the weekend in Iowa City where they attended the heme Kerning game. The Weir Birkestrand Home is out of quarantine for Scarlet fever. The Rev. And or. Pader Buland spent monday in Des Moines. All business houses were closed monday afternoon in Observance of armistice Day. Leslie Thomas attended the Iowa Minnesota football game at Iowa City saturday. Or. And mrs. Don Dwyer of Des Moines and or. And mrs. O. A. Buland were sunday dinner guests at the John w. Lee Home. Mrs. C. W. Morford is enjoying a visit from her Mother who lives at Sioux City. Paul Scott left sunday for Detroit he will bring Back a new car Harry Cairns attended the Iowa City Homecoming saturday. Thelma Engen is visiting relatives in Slater. The Herman Wittick automobile was damaged saturday night when it and the Doubleday car from Elkhart collided South of town no one was injured. The schools were closed monday afternoon giving the children a Little vacation in Observance of armistice Day. Miss Doris Hubbard spent the weekend in Adair. Miss Clarabelle Paup had As her House guest her two Sisters from Preston Over sunday. ?1 1 a a. �?T�?4 sent from each club besides them selves. Food preservation a new name for the Canning project which has been reorganized and Many new phases added. Three training schools for leaders and committee women will be held during the year. In the first lesson All approved methods pc the Canning of meat will be Mem of nitrated and studied. Many varieties of meat will be canned. Diagrams showing cuts of meat will be used. Standard food products Are desirable in every Home. Only thru Correct methods accurate temp ? natures. And wholesome ingredients can these products be prepared. Quot meal planning is a minor i o Jet and a related phase of this a subject will be discussed at each gaining school. Certain facies pertaining to health will he included in the discussion. At the second training school to be giver. In March the Canning of fruits and vegetables wit be demonstrated and discussed. Several demonstrations will be Given to show the methods of preserving various products. A meal will be planned and served showing the uses of canned pro duct. In May 1936, a new phase will be introduced demonstrations showing the preparation of Jely Jam preserves and spiced fruit will be Given. The proper use of these products in the diet will be shown. hold everything Don t spend a Nickel be Here saturday morning at 9 of clock la a forcing out $5000 farm Bureau and 4 h clubs Lafayette Bureau to meet Friday the Lafayette township farm Bureau will hold its annual meet lug in the Center school Friday evening at s of clock. An open forum discussion on Community cooperation will be led by a member of the staff at Iowa stat College. Movie and other special features Are being planned the committee cordially invite4 those interested to be present 4 9 first training school november 15 the first training school for the la club Canning course in Story county will be Given by miss Helen Swinney of the Iowa state collage Extension service Friday nov 15 at the presbyterian Church in Nevada. The meeting will Bevin at to a. In. A potluck dinner will be served at noon tor which the leade r Are asked to bring their own table service. A suggested menu to select from is a hot dish sandwiches. Salad dessert and beverage. Those attending should Brog Pencil and notebooks and leaders should see that assistant leaders and at least one club girl be pre silk dresses values to $5.95�? $1.00 ladies silk hosiery values to $1.00�? infants Chinchilla Coats values to $4.98�? $137 ladies Coats dress Coats furred Coats values to $15.95�? $8.00 children a dresses cords voiles prints sizes 2 to 6�? in children a sweaters polos pullovers Coats. Sizes 3 to 12�? look for the big Bill knocking at your door Friday read it it s a Price massacre the Brown shop Ames Iowa Royal �?o410�?� Oil company Quot Iowa s largest Independent Oil jobber the Royal �?�400�?� Oil company is the largest Independent Oil jobber operating exclusively in the state of Iowa and when you Trade with a Royal 400 station you help your Home town As Well As your own state next saturday nov. 16th Glen Faust ii i Inglis a sign Hup sprang and b try at be Mary Jan icky. Marietta tie pc. Is legion dinner is held monday the legion and auxiliary annual dinner a held monday Vining la by Dorcas Hulloin it or Hun to acquaint Tho people in and around Ames with the new Royal 400 Winter gasoline we will make the following inducement Enrri one gallon of Loyal Penn motor Oil to every cub Rocc. Tomer who makes a Purchase of 5 gals. Of gasoline on saturday. November 16th we will give four coupons Good for four quarts of motor Oil guaranteed 100% pure Pennsylvania. One of these coupons can be redeemed each time you Purchase five Gallons of Royal �?�400 gasoline. They Are Good for sixty Days. Also Bree cigars a chewing gum tor the children when you buy Royal �?o400�?� products you get More for your Money and better performance from Royal 400 gasoline and Loyal Pena motor of it is the finest combination you can get for your Money. We ask you to try a fill of these Superior products and note the difference in your engine performance. These Superior products at no extra Cost Royal �?o400�?� of Ames Marvin Galban Pimp on Lincoln Highway a Ames Iowa Kelly Springfield tire and service Complete Auto Bervie free air clean rest rooms Stu for your car Wash and grease it and deliver it for Hao a Good place to Trade drive in we

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