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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 18, 1935, Ames, Iowa A buy better in Ames a sss5ll Quot a a Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa. Priday october 18, 1935. Page three lady from Mars i a m just parachutist Adao Calendar Friday come double class. Tall Corn tent hive. Fortnightly club. Philathea class. Garfield Avenue club. Olive Branch Circle. Saturday chemistry Circle. I Beta Phi dinner willing workers. Monday Colo Craft club. Art div. F. W. C. Legion Aux. Installation. Tuesday Bon Temps. Iowa federation delegates Are entertained at banquet at Christian Church thur. Delegates to the sixth District conference the Iowa federation women a clubs were entertained by members the department Junior women a clubs during the banquet thursday evening in the dining room at the Ames Church Christ. The banquet was the Only social affair the conference. The Long tables were arranged for 150. Fall colors were emphasized in the baskets Flowers placed about the room and gayly coloured leaves and Flowers placed at intervals Down the tables. Miss Lulu Green chairman the a department Junior women Iowa from Des Moines presided during the dinner program and miss Winnifred Petty president the Des Moines Junior federation was in charge the music. Miss Green in her instructive talk regarding the Junior organization urged As an objective during the coming year a Junior club in every county in Iowa. The Junior club work altho a comparatively new project is progressing rapidly. Musical numbers included a piano Solo a Waltz arabesque a Lack by miss Muriel Park and a group three numbers a deep River a a Mary and Martha a and a the alphabet a by a sextet Louise Morrison june dudgeon Bettejane Kern Dorothy Sampson Barbal a Giese and Thelma Shipp presented under the direction miss Marian Bronson music director at Central Junior High school. Miss Green introduced miss Irene Carlson advisor sixth District Junior women a work Des Moines and mrs. L. A Tucker Knoxville miss Pauline Maddy Knoxville and miss Edith Mcbeth Des Moines who spoke briefly. Group singing was led by miss Petty. The evenings program opened at 8 clock in the first methodist Church by mrs. Garretson who introduced past presidents the Iowa federation and other officers. Past presidents present included mrs. Galen Tilden Ames mrs. William Larrabee jr., Clermont and mrs. Eugene Henely Grinnell. Other officers presented were mrs. H. C. Houghton jr., Oak president mrs. P. N. Longshore Woodward Secretary sixth District mrs. Helen Taylor Bloomfield end mrs. Eugene Cutler first vice president the Iowa federation. Mrs. E. C. Yolk chairman music for the conference introduced the musicians whose numbers were greatly enjoyed. Selections from the compositions Beethoven were played by a Trio mrs. Herbert Plagge at the piano mrs. J. C. Gilman violin and mrs. Fred Dudley cello and a hear me be winds and Waves a Handel was Sung by prof. Tolbert Mas Rae who was accompanied at the piano by miss Rosalind Cook. Professor Macrae also Sang an encore number. Report the drama department the club were Given by mrs. Wilda Spencer Tillman Des Moines and mrs. Tolbert Macrae Ames. An illustrated talk a Iowa historical and Beautiful in rods Chrome a was Given by mrs. W. G Mcmartin Tama who showed coloured motion pictures the country about Mcgregor ta., and scenes the general federation meeting held in Detroit. Mich. Mrs. A c. Houghton jr., state president the Iowa federation spoke to her sister club women a reception was held in the league room after the program and punch was served from a Lovely lace covered table by mrs. Clarke Abbott mrs. Nell Adams mrs. C h. Anthony mrs. C. H. Parley and mrs. Claude Smith. 29c special 29c for Bati Day composition bulb howl 3 Narcissus and shells. Complete a Atte Everts just arrived1 new lot knitted suits in boules Fine Wool knits and Chenille. In Allt it Pes dresses Street after z noon and e thing Wear. A \ the new shades rust Blue ? Brown Plum Green Aud do j Bonnet. 4 f Sixes ii to it it also Miriam Grots sportswear Brown shop Alice Lein and Herbert Mcarthur Are wed in a simple and impressive ring service performed tuesday evening Mirs Alice Lein became the Bride Herbert Mcarthur Kelley. The ceremony was performed at the country Home the brides father Lars Lein near Kelley at 7 clock with . Anderson Huxley officiating in the presence 40 relatives and friends. The Bride wore a floor length frock Royal velvet and a shoulder Corsage rosebuds. Miss Margaret Langland Story City and Loyal Kitchen Kelley attended the couple. Mrs. Orlin Lein played the wedding March from Lohengrin and miss Judith Skromme Sang a i love you truly a and a at a three course wedding dinner was served by candlelight by nieces and nephews the Bride miss Alvina Dueland and Leonard Dueland Nevada and miss la Vona Larson and Sherman Larson Ames. Tho Gold and White colors Weir emphasized in the Flowers tapers and appointments. The couple left for a wedding trip to Minnesota and upon their return will be at Home a farm near Kelley. The Bride is a graduate the nursing school the lutheran hog Pital in Des Moines. The bridegroom has been engaged in farming and for the past seven years has been in Iowa. His former Home was in Jericho Springs to. 4b 0 % Friendly Circle holds party mrs Ossie free entertained members the Friendly Circle and their families her Home wednesday evening in Honor the birthdays mrs Keith Ferguson and mrs. Earl Fred. The Honoreen were each presented with a gift from the Circle. The halloween colors predominate in the House decorations Ani in the refreshments served at the close the program games and contests those present were . And mrs. William Dixon and daughter be Lora . And mrs. Sidney Beach . And mrs. Wert Hill. Or. And mrs. Keith Ferguson and son Jack and mrs. Earl Fred . And mrs. Ossie Fred and son Emmett . And mrs Mathew Kline and daughter Patricia Lou mrs. O Norris and daughter . And mrs Russell Gearheart and son Bobby it 4b a modern literature Divisien meeting the modern literature division the faculty women a dub will meet with mrs ii l. Foust. Sho country club Boulevard. Monday evening at 7 30, assisting hostesses will be mrs j. E. Sass Ani mrs. H. U Daasch a rats lice v id history a by hang Zinsser will reviewed by mrs. C. M. Straight and an original piano selection will be played by mrs. E. W. Blom 0 # legion auxiliary to install officers officer for the new year for the Ames unit. American legion auxiliary will he installed at a meeting to be hid monday evening at the legion club rooms the Short business will be followed by installation officers and the auxiliary will also celebrate at this time it ninth Anni versa y a. A willing workers to meet saturday the willing workers the Luth a ran Church will meet at 2 30 urday afternoon at the h j Carl son Home 1214 Roosevelt Avenue. A Felt a Art division meeting monday the Art division the Ames woman s club will meet monday afternoon at the City Library auditorium. The work meeting will open 1 he . J a Rob Quot a the Bari the Pegram for the county society and locals at the close the evening. A Large i was present. Collins remove that paraphernalia and you a see pretty Platinum blonde Alice m. Gibson. She a dressed up for her proposed leap from a plane 30,000 feet above new York City in an attempt to shatter the Parachute Lump Mara held in Russia. Her outfit includes two parachutes oxygen flasks Ann breathing afternoon which will open at 2 30 will consist two talks Quot Winter Flower arrangements a by Paul Coe and a painted furniture any mrs. S. B. Larson. Ltd it it Olive Branch Circle meeting the Olive Branch Circle Marian Rebekah Lodge will meet Friday evening at 8 clock with mrs John Zanias 920 Clark Avenue. Assisting hostesses will be mrs. J. A Mclean and mrs. J k. Nelson. The program will be in charge mrs. Mabel Peabody. Left # dinner meeting Pocahontas club thirty members the Pocahontas club enjoyed the monthly dinner meeting the club held thursday evening at the Home . Prudence Burton. Following the covered dish dinner a Short program was Given. The club paper Quot the circles opinion a was read by mrs # is hostess to Boston Bridge members the Boston Bridge club met thursday afternoon with mrs. M. Fronsdahl Franklin Avenue. High score for the games was held by mrs. A. Johnson. Mrs. Bruce Armstrong Orange. Calwas a guest. The club will meet in two weeks with mrs. A. Johnson Stanton Avenue. A it it students to hold kid party saturday a a a kids so party will be Given for students at the collegiate presbyterian Church saturday evening at 8 clock. Those attending Are asked to come attired in a a kids costume. An Amateur hour will be a feature the evening s entertainment a a it to entertain Bon Temps club the Bon Temps dub will meet tuesday with mrs. J. L. Lush pm i Woodland Avenue for i clock luncheon and Bridge. A a color Craft club general meeting a general work meeting the color Craft club will be held monday evening at the Home miss Etta Budd mrs. Wanda Larson los Angeles. Cal., is visiting at the Home Ai her parents . And mrs. L. F. Patterson. Or and mrs. G. C. Fish and daughters Clair m. And Minnie Loo were Des Moines business visitors saturday. Mrs. N. J. Bicker Aurora Illinois is spending the week in the Trune her Cousin. Mrs. J. R. Armstrong. Mrs. L. M. Hall was in state Cen tuesday attending the p. E. O. Mating. Or. And mrs. Lyle Heintz and son Are moving from the Watkins cottage in Tho North part Collins to the Chambers cottage in the Centi part town. Or. And mrs. Everett Halterman Are moving into the a g. Gingles j cottage. Mrs. Mollie Dodd is seriously ill j with pneumonia at her Home. Billy Dolph returned to St Paul sunday after spending the summer with his grandmother mrs. Mary Mccord. Henry Heiner Maxwell was a sunday dinner guest at the Oscar Serben Home. Miss Alta Tiffany a student at to e capital City commercial College in Des Moines spent the week end at the Home her parents . ? mrs. Ray Tiffany. Or. And mrs. R. D. Mccord and children Karol Jean Bobby and Eleanor were sunday dinner guests at the e. A. Mccord Home at Nevada. Robert Mullen spent the week and at the Home his parents. Or. And mrs James Mullen at Madrid. Miss Mildred Stratton Fern did spent the week end at the Home her parents . And mrs. Henry Stratton. Or. And mrs. William Carver were Das Moines business visitors i iday . And mrs. Charles Vasey saturday in Des Moines. Or. And mrs. H. R. Sokol and George Owen mrs. Maggie e. Fish were sunday dinner guests at a he w. L. Tipton Home in Nevada. Sunday afternoon at the Harley Mathew Home. Mils Delia Hamilton has be a quite sick with influenza. Mrs Latham is substitute second Grade teacher for her. Dan Hamilton has also been quite sick with influenza Ralph Lawrence went to Algona men Day to be with his brother p. S. Lawrence who underwent a operation at the Algona Hospital. Miss Lucille Ward Des Moines spent the week end at the parental Galen Ward Home. Mrs. Eunice Barkus has moved into an apartment Over the drug store and mrs. Ira Brown . And mrs. C. I. Hanson and Esther and mrs. Reuben Ben and sons. Or. And mrs. H. O. Hanson and family spent sunday evening with mrs. A a. Gibson. Slater Gilbert in Baptist Post Tew dil a i hoi 6 j Luther Hodgin Mason City is the newly elected president the Iowa Baptist Young people. Or. Hodgin in former District president was elected to the state off to i Anne. Co her to eff Ltd a the organization at Shenandoah. Or. And mr.-. Merle Smith and Betty Jamaica spent Sunda it with . And mrs. Eds in. Or. And mrs. Floyd Sanders and family sunday afternoon at the w. C. Spencer Home at Story City. Mrs. Dan Jackson. Mrs. Sigurd Houglund and children went to Des Moines sunday afternoon to see Sigurd Hoagland who is a patient at the veterans Hospital Pauline Crawford and Margaret Anderson Des Moines spent the week end at their Homes a re. Or. And mrs. Will Gardner Zearing spent sunday at the e. J. Chari son Home. Zina Mae Fincham spent saturday nigh with Carroll Berry. Or. And mrs. Arthur Britson and family Roland were gusts sunday . And mrs. Everett re land. M. A James and Oren Stanley Are speeding thin week near Clarion doing some work the farm whore the James will live next year. Or. And mrs Percy Fletcher and children Ames spent sunday afternoon at the Fred Snitzler Home. Or. And Mia. Merle Hamilton and son Boone spent sunday at the Amos Hamilton Home. Marjorie a amp Cobson spent the week end with Arlene Miller at Stanhope Eleanor Jacobson who is employed a1 Ames spent Friday afternoon at the parental Ole Jacobson Home. Or Ani George Askel Aoa and Stella Sansgaard spent saturday evening at the k l sinn Home. Or. And mrs. Plager and Jean and . Morrison Grundy Center were callers sunday evening at the Dan Jacobson Home. Or. And . Will manges had As their guests for dinner tuesday. Mrs. Mangess Cousin mrs. Wins i barns Waterbury neb., and . And mrs. A s Gilbert Des Moines. Or. And mrs Fred Anderson Arlene and Kenneth and mrs. Dan Pepper we e lies Moines shopper1-wednesday supt. And mrs e. R. Stephenson Stuart were guests at the j. Chi. I Reynolds Home Over the week in i. J and mrs. C. L. Hanson Ani j Esther and mrs. J. A. Gibson attended the Bra Ket dinner and Homecoming at the j5 no Rev we Church sunday. Or. And mrs Floyd . Or and u ii?1 Jacobson a Quot it sunday the relatives near Lehigh. Or. And mrs. Ira Dodd and . And mrs Ernest so Pard spent sunday with to a thur Goodman son family near Roland. Earl Sawyer and son Franklin Sears cal., Are visiting relative Here for several weeks. They spent Friday night at Cie Fred Berry Home arum sunday night at the Galen Ward Home and mrs. Arthur my Bracken Boon a Carne Over sundae morning and mrs. Delhi Mech run re turned me with them for a few a s visit. Reuben Benn is the sick hat. Arthur Mccoy Ames called Gilbert friends sunday. The cd recce Ayrhart family have moved to it Mccallsburg. The Clyde Anderson fan in Yms have bought the Hrish e and a Surprise party for mrs. Rorem friends and members the Bethlehem Church carried out a very pleasant Surprise the Rev. And mrs. E. R. Rorem sunday morning following the Church ser vices the occasion being the birthday anniversary mrs. Rorem monday. A Bountiful covered dish dinner was served at one clock followed by a program including a talk by the Rev Hall pastor the methodist Church piano Solo mrs. Oliver Newman talk by the Rev. E. R. Rorem and Community singing. A purse Money was Given the couple. Hold party for . And mrs. Truitt friends held a joint party at the Home Richard Feyd Ness monday evening As a Farewell for the Rev. And mrs. Truitt and family who Are leaving for the West. Having held evangelistic services at the Lincoln Church the past eight months and also to observe the twentieth wedding anniversary . And mrs. Richard sydness the Rev. And mrs. Truitt were Given a purse Money and a gift was Given to and mrs. Sydness. Lovely refreshments were served mrs Emil Chadar took five prizes her antique collection Ai the Kelley fair last week. She received first oldest violin second is string violin second teak Wood table and vase. Second table cover Ani Blanket from nor Way. Erick thle and h. E. Halverson were dinner guests tuesday at the Lewis Marnin Home. Or. And mrs Al Robins mrs Lizzie Mason and mrs. A. D. Johnson Ames were in attendance at the funeral mrs. Mary Bassett wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Will weeks Hadley Nervi and Howard weeks spent sunday visiting mrs. Weeks brother t. Nervig. At Green Mountain . And mrs. Harry Ritter and boys Des Moines spent sunday at the heme . And mrs. Lester Nelson. The Rev. And mrs John Leland and children and the misses Helen and Dora Klonglan have returned from Fertile where they attend 1 a District meeting the free Church. Or and mrs Al Johnson and Kentley Nelson Faith s. A. Visited sunday with . Johnson Mother mrs. Mary Johnson. Or. And mrs. Leonard Waller Stedt Boxhorn spent sunday at the parental Kuchen Kolosick Home. Or. And mrs. L. G. Mason Cuya hoga Falls o., were visitors at the a. L. Peterson Home Friday evening. Erick Ryen purchased the Karl Walker property last saturday. Joel Severson purchased the other Walker property where he has been living the past year. Mrs. Sylvia Clark and daughter Joann were week end visitors at the Home mrs. Clarks parents . And . E. C Rood. Or. And mrs. George Stigler and and mrs bes t Sutter were joint hostesses at a dinner sunday entertaining . And mrs. Dave Schroeder and girls Blairstown. The Schroeder resided in Slater for a number years. Mrs. Mary Dueland entertained at family dinner sunday the following guests and mrs. Jack Levine Nevad i . And mrs. Joe elders and children Cambridge. Or. And . Walter Mcbride and and mrs. Carl Dueland. Merle cheer employed in de Moines spent the weekend with his folks. Or. And mrs. Pm i Chader. Miss verve Kolosick spent the weekend with friends at Elwood Eft farm Bureau a nd4 h clubs 4-h builder club holds meeting the Colo 4-h builders met Ai the Home the club Leader. W. H. Ujj Jennet monday evening with 21 members and nine guests present. Election officers was held Dick Andrew being president Ray la mood Wilson As vice president an Galen Andrew As Secretary and Ujj treasurer. The evening was spent in discussing projects for tile coming year amt in obtaining enrolments for 1936. A committee was also appointed to meet with . Jennett at his Home tuesday evening oct. 22, to Pau the club Calendar for the next year. After the business meeting a few outdoor games were played and radio music was enjoyed a most delicious lunch was served j by miss Mary Jennett and miss Teresa Smith. Guests at this meeting were . G. L. Lounsberry. Raymond Smith Frances Sutter Harold Betty and Margaret Andrew Teresa Smith and Tom and Mary Jennett. 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