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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - October 29, 1935, Ames, Iowa
A buy better in Ames Ames daily Tribune. Ames. Iowa tuesday october 29, 1935. Pace three travel study division holds meeting monday the october meeting of the travel study club was held monday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Charles Curtiss on the Campus. As Justin hostesses were mrs. J. C. , mrs. W. E. Jones. Mrs. Anna Conrad mrs. O. C. Trueblood mrs. C. B. Murray and mrs. H. V. Sexton. Continuing the study of the year on latin american countries the group enjoyed stories of Mexico at this time. Mrs. J. P. Reid gave a most interesting paper on a the Glamour of old two delightful talks in the country were Given by mrs. David Edwards and mrs. Claude w. Smith mrs. Edwards discussed a Mexico As it is a and mrs. Smith a it happened in old at the dose of the program mrs. Norman Morris and mrs. Curtiss spoke informally on their personal experiences Obue travelling in Mexico mrs. Curtiss showed a number of souvenirs and articles she had purchased while in Mexico. Fifty two members were present St the meeting. A in a is honoured at Parish dinner the Rev. Leroy s. Burroughs tuesday Judea shrine chapter in p. E. O. Whittier p. T. A. I. O. O. Of Lodge. Wednesday is Moizel club. And interim club. Radio child study. Gamma Phi Beta club. Nee Wallah club. Thursday Clark Avenue club party. Scribblers club. Eleanor Roosevelt postponed. Country club dinner. Saturday chemistry club. Clark Avenue club party members of the Clark Avenue club will bold their annual halloween masquerade party thursday evenings 7 310 at the Home or mrs. P. F. Houghan 809 Clark Avenue. Members Are privileged to bring. V. V a. Guests at this time and each one is Rector of St. Johnby he Campus., to bring a or per sack unch episcopal Church for the a a i containing sandwiches and two oth years was honoured monday evening a at a Parish dinner held in the Church refectory. Covers were arranged for 50 at three Long tables. Unusually attractive arrangements of Harvest fruits and vegetables and tall Orange tapers were used on the tables. The Rev. Or. Burroughs was presented with a decorated cake with 16 candles a Surprise feature of the dinner in Honor of his 16 years of service in St. Johns Parish. Bishop Harry s. Longley of Davenport spoke words of Praise for the splendid work which the Rev. Or. Burroughs has done with students Here. This work which is known from coast to coast is Moat outstanding in the line of Church student work. Students come to Iowa state College not Only from the United states but from Many other countries. This Church was the first of any denomination to begin student Church work and the Rev. Or. Burroughs leadership and influence has been widely Felt. This has become known thru letters sent Here and to other parishes. The Rev. Or. Burroughs in his response expressed his gratitude and happiness in his w Ork Here and appreciation for the Fine cooperation Given him by the people of his Parish students and by the diocese and the National Church. Bishop Longley spoke later on a the spiritual l be of the Church a the Rev Jesse i. Griffith vicar of Davenport briefly outlined the program of the Church its duties privileges and various activities. He explained the Church life from the local Parish thru the diocese National Church end Mission work. Mrs. Griffith of a guest at the dinner. It it a Nee Wallah club to hold halloween party the annual e in party Given by the new hah club will be held wednesday evening at 8 of clock at the Home of mrs. Flora Hill on mein Street. This we ill be a costume masquerade party and an interesting program is being arranged for the evening. Members Are privileged to bring guests it this time. Or articles of food for herself and her guest. Mrs. R. W. Richey is in charge of the entertainment for the evening. Its it Ltd it it country club annual business meeting the annual business meeting of tee Ames Golf and country club end final dinner party of the year will be held thursday evening at the club House. I be dinner will be served at 6 30 and the committee is or. And mrs. H. O. Hickok chairmen and or. And mrs. R. I. Feldman or. And mrs. Bruce Firkins and or. And mrs. Mark Morris. The annual business meeting and coition of officers will follow the dinner. Three new members of the Board Are to be elected to replace the expired terms of or. L c Wilson Hiram Munn and t. R. Agg. Chairmen of various committees Are requested to be present and to give their reports. Tournament Bridge prizes will be awarded at this time. Log it and interim club to meet wednesday the and interim club will meet wednesday evening at 8 o clock at the College y. W. C. A. For a halloween party. Each member i invited to bring a Friend and her knitting or sewing. The club is composed of girls out of High school and not in College. Its it it it it amp Rainbow girls hold initiation Arnes Assembly order of Rainbow for girls were hosts to state officers of the Assembly at a 6 00 covered dish cupper and meeting saturday evening. The halloween Colony were emphasized in the Gay decorations used on the dinner tables and Orange tapers were placed at intervals on Tho tables. Gumdrop owl favors were Given. Special guests were miss Ruth Linn Atlantic grand worthy adviser. Miss Mary Jane Stewart Des Moines grand Faith miss Caroline Rainier Ames grand Charity and miss Ruby Lucas Des Moines sub Deputy and assistant instructor for the order. Following the Dinn a four candidates were initiated into the order. They Are Esther Jean Butler Betty leu Knudson. Laura Jean Willems and Maxine fall. Miss Lucas was presented in the cast during the ceremonial and Nadine Hanson Sang a we love you truly a written by Isabella Palmer of Ames. Miss Helen Louise Baird played a group of numbers on the xylophone which were enjoyed. Miss Ruth Linn and miss Stewart assisted in the ceremonial. # 4> Gamma Phi Beta dinner meeting the Gamma Phi of to alumnae club will hold a covered dish supper and meeting 6 30 wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Don Caswell 1209 Curtis Avenue. To entertain radio child study club members of the radio child study club will meet at 2 15 wednesday afternoon with mrs. Colin Elerick 310 East third Street it it it it 4> i. O. O. F. Lodge meeting tuesday Ames Lodge no. 309, i. O. O. F. Will meet in regular session tuesday evening in the i. O. O. F. Hall. It it $ a first meeting scribblers club the first meeting of the newly organized scribblers club will be held thursday afternoon at 2 15 in the club room at the City Library. All members of the Ames woman a club who Are interested Are invited in be present. $ # a e. R. Club meeting is postponed the regular meeting of the Eleanor Roosevelt quilting club scheduled for thursday at the country Home of mrs. Clara Day has been postponed because of sickness. All members Are asked to note postponement. By business women hold meeting monday the Ames chapter Busin is and professional women s club held its Semi monthly meeting monday evening in the recreation room of the College y. W. C. A. A Good attendance was reported for the program which was in charge of mrs. Edna Samuelson. Miss Lucinda Foster president presided during the business session. Four new members were taken into the club and three were reinstated. New members Are Lucia Fordyce or. Kell Craven miss Mabel Howard and miss Aster Hagen. Those reinstated Are Bernice de Hart Zadia Duvall and Naomi Britten. Community singing was led by miss Irene Sogard and two selections on the piano by Hannah Anderson and Virginia Martin were enjoyed by members. Selections were a a slavic dane1�?� by Dvorak end a Waltz Caprice a by Kevin. Light refreshments were served during the social hour. County society and locals exams will be Given hat matches Scarf Nike Shirley a a of Hollywood a newcomer tops a dark Brown Woolen sports dress with Ecru Felt hat to match the Ecru Ai of Csc Throat a the United states civil service commission has announced that open competitive examinations will be Given for several governmental positions. Further information May be secured from miss Pearl Clayton Secretary of the local Board of examiners at the Post office positions open for examination Are Junior geneticist horticulture Junior hem apologist and Junior pathologist tobacco $2,000 a year Bureau of Plant Industry Depar ment of agriculture. Home Extension agent $2,600 a year Junior Home Extension agent $2,000 a year Indian Field service department of the Interior. Social economist various Grad $2,600 to $4,600 a year children s Bureau Dep Rupent of labor. Occupational therapy aide it Soo a year occupational therapy Pupil aide $1,440 a year. Applicants for occupational aide Mutt have had at least is months and for occupational therapy Pupil aide 2 5 months of practical experience in one of these trades or industries Cement work Broom making upholstering Woodwork Sheet Metal work or shoe repair or in horticulture and floriculture. Retail wholesale prices unchanged rom Index of the retail Cost of food remained unchanged oct. 8 As compared with sept. 24. Commissioner Lubin of the Bureau of Labot statist los of the United states department of labor a announced. The Bureau Index of wholesale commodity prices remained in Chang Dai it for a he week end my get 19 a the composite Index for the week is approximately 6 percent above a year ago Ani 14 6 percent stove the corresponding Date of 1933,�?� or. Lubin said. Look for meteor Van Horne astronomers i from the University of Iowa a j combing the latin Between Waterloo and i i City flu Vivek fur it Trace of a meteor which is r port i Luha $ it fallen in Hie Vicinity on sunday seen i. The ast toners Are being lid to it Kiwi. V Vav it lie. Spiders Hunt i All ii ii y s Lewiston Mon. Or a lilacs widow spiders won a Complete Victory Here. A Prairie dog town. Las. J Spring a Busy sector has beet j evacuated according to reports i across she Entrance to the town a Are Moen the Stout Black a idol spider webs Cambridge special evangelistic meetings will be held in the Cooper building beginning tuesday evening oct. 29. Evangelist m. B. Evans of California will have charge of the ser vices. Special music will be Brot from the Church of the open Bible in Des Moines. H. H. Heggen made a business trip to Nevada Friday. David Birkestrand is confined to his Home with Scarlet fever. Phyllis Thorson daughter of or. And mrs. John Thorson injured her Elbow when she fell from her Pony thursday. The injury was painful but the member was not broken. Mrs. John Lee spent Friday at the h. H. Harrison Home in Ames. Marion White of Des Moines was in town on business monday. The Whites formerly lived in the White Oak District. Or. And mrs. John Thorson were hosts at a sunday dinner in Honor of the birthdays of mrs. George Clawson and mrs. Art Simpson which occur on the same Day. Coy Era were Laid for or. And mrs George Clawson or. And mrs. Art Simpson and Morgan and the hosts and their family. Mrs. Tom Tollefson and Peru will move soon into the Harker Home in the West part of town. Gayle Lee spent sunday with or. And mrs. Ross Dodd of Gilbert Homer Hill will operate his grandfathers farm next year. Telene Engen and Albert Larson returned Home Friday evening from Grimes where they have been painting for h. H. Heggen. Or. And mrs. Neil Parrish and or. And mrs. Homer Elmquist were guests of or. And mrs. L. F. Thomas Friday evening. Or. And mrs. C. A. Neel left saturday for Rochester Minn where mrs. Neel will go thru the Mayo clinic. They will visit relatives in route Over sunday. Mrs Jasper Cook left sunday for Cedar rapids Wiere she will enter the St. Lukes Hospital for a sinus operation. Her daughter Opal spent the week end Here and took her to Cedar rapids. Or. And mrs. George Edwards spent saturday in Madrid on business. Or. And mrs. Shaffer of Elkhart spent sunday at the parental Andrew Scott Home. Mrs. O. A. Buland attended a Tea at the Dean Curtiss Home in ame3 Friday. The meeting was of the Republican women of Story county. The next meeting will be in Story City. Rev. And mrs. F. L. Shepherd of Maxwell were in town thursday calling on Church members. Or. And mrs. Clarence of Greenfield Ive re week end visit ors at the Jasper Cook Home. Rev. And mrs. Peder Buland re turned tuesday from a visit in Sandwich Iii. They left Ole Tuttle a brother in Law. Very seriously ill with heart trouble or. And mrs. Albert Hill visited sunday at the George Edwards Home. Mrs. Mccleary of Lake City visited Over night thursday with her Friend or c. A. Neel. Or. And mrs. A Stead and Jerry of Des Moines were sunday guests at the Harry Cairns Home. Set Home in Story City sunday afternoon. They also called on miss Lucille Tjernagel. Or. And mrs. Henry Schmidt of Des Moines spent monday at the Home of or. And mrs. Sanford Holland. Miss Gladys Tweed is working in Ames. Or. And mrs. Ole Ryan were sunday dinner guests at the Kermit Ashland Home near Sheldahl. Mrs. Nora Lenington of Des Moines came Friday and will spend this week with her Cousin. Mrs. A m. Powers. Or. And mrs. Carl e. Reng Are visiting in Sioux rapids and Schaller. Or. And frs. Roy Fausch Are the parents of a by Tbs girl born sunday at the Mary Greeley Hospital in Ames. Or. And mrs. Ira Melaas and family of Winterset or. And mrs. Cecil Larson and children of Slater or and mrs. Ole Kalsem or. And mrs sophies berhow and or. And mrs. John f. Kalsem and family were sunday dinner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Val Racek sunday dinner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Sanford Holland w ere mrs. Elmer Torgeson and son Robert Art Torgeson of Kelley. Miss Doris Holland miss Alice dryer miss Evelyn Gorndt and miss Marie Helland of Des Moines. Or. And or. James Larson and children and Annas Olverson of Kelley called at the Burney Tweedt Home sunday evening. Or and mrs. M. T. Lee and family of near Madrid or. And mrs. A. O. Wenos and Edna or. And mrs. Willie Richardson or. And mrs. Arthur Larson and daughters and the misses Rose and Ella Heggen were sunday dinner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Ole Fjelland. Or. And mrs. P. Holt and son Bayard of Ellsworth and mrs. Nora Lenington of Des Moines were sunday dinner guests at the Home of mrs. C. M. Powers. Mrs. Fred Hullman mrs. A. J. Hullman mrs. Barney Hill mrs Burton Gresdal were entertained at the Home of mrs. Ole Fjelland on thursday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Grant and Shirley spent the weekend at the Home of or. And mrs c. B. Grant near Woodward. Shirley will spend this week with her grandparents. Direct Townsend plan Campaign vent on. Des Moines saturday no school state teachers convention. Des Moines As 6000 delegates to the first Townsend plan National convention returned from Chicago to their Homes or. F. E. Townsend s chief aides Robert Earl Clements and his wife Thelma shown Here in a new picture turned to intensive work for the coming Campaign to a Lect congressmen favouring the movement for $200 monthly pensions for All citizens Over 60. Clements National Secretary is in charge of National Headquarters in Washington. Mesdames Oliver Newman a Lehman g. J. Severs or m. S. Heggen a. L. Peterson Lester Halverson a. J. Rienertsen c. A. Larson and the misses Josie Ryg Ruth Halverson and Neomle Johnson. Milford Huxley Luther league meets sunday the Luther league society of the Palestine lutheran Church met Sun Day evening in the Church Parlours. The program included scripture Reading and prayer Rev. Peder by land hymn by audience vocal duets Lois r,.d Carolyn Erickson vocal duet Dorothy and Robert Larson talk Rev. Or. Kreutzman of Alleman hymn lord prayer and doxology. A business meeting was held and miss june be Leah was named president a fill tie vacancy left by Norman Hennick who is unable to serve because of a broken i a the society will sponsor an Oyster supper sometime in the near future. A social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served by mrs. H. O. Halverson and or. Andrew Sheldahl. Or. And mrs Leland Seversike and Paul Wayne or. And mrs. It get leg old and family of Huxley or. And mrs. Harry de Fiers of grand rapids mica., and or. And mrs. I Herman leg old of it hic ago were entertained a the John leg old Home in Madrid Friday ening miss Marie Holland who is taking nurses training at the lutheran Hospital in Pew Moines spent sunday with her parents or and mrs. Sanford Delia . $ As x Coom Panier by two other girl from the Hospital miss Alice dryer from norther Iowa and miss eve a Jan Gorndt from Minnesota. Or. And mrs. Arthur la Blanc of Des mimics dialled at the Home of or. And kit Anci ence Del land sunday a a cuing it. Aud mis St a mid Mark and it. Run left Friday i 4j�di a Xii Iii a it 11 pie j i c Iii Tiv is Orville be of Sheldahl air. Sai Hotti i Calden a the stitch a lot Bee met with mrs. John Lee tuesday for an All Day meeting. Pearl Thomas of Artesian s. D., a assisting mrs. Dick Lawson with her household work. Or. And mrs. Alfred Rutter and son of Cambridge moved recently into one of the cottages at Dayton spark. Or. Ruth r is picking Corn for Charles Star Huck. Or. And mrs George Latham and or. John Lee called on mrs. John Latham and children saturday afternoon. Students of Milford school Are t enjoying a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Homer Lee Goldie and Neva and mrs. Elwood Ramsey of Ames mrs. John Latham Marie and Robert and mrs. Earl Hinton and children spent thursday afternoon with mrs. George Latham. Kenneth Nelson and Pearl Thomas of Artesian s. A. Spent last sunday with relatives near Kelley. Jack Alfred who has been a patient at the Mary Greeley Hospital is recovering nicely. John and or. And mrs. Ralph Zanker of Boon and air. And mrs. John use and Earl spent Sun Cay afternoon with or. George Zan i i and or. And mrs. John Latham end family. Slater Sunbeam society is entertained mrs. Albert Lehman was Hosier to of the Sunbeam and Ryng brotherhood societies at the Bethlehem Church Parlours saturday afternoon. The hostess served a Lovely tray lunch at the Clegg of the program which was As follows song Sod try scrotum Reading. Norma pet Erson read Druth Lehman Reading Patricia lands piano Solo Miriam no Erflg Reading Grace entrant talk Rev of. Rorem song society a ? is hostess at luncheon mrs. Howard Estrem entertained St a luncheon Friday afternoon a Honor of or Lewi Larson of Albin. By o co ors were arranged for m it Larson. Mrs i. Me Estrem mrs. Mabel Trumbull and mrs. Randolph Peterson of Sheldahl and or m s. Heggen of Slater. Or. And mrs. George tora Eticy have moved into the Peterson property formerly occupied by mrs. Helen Halverson. Jack Jennings of Norway spent several Days in Slater looking after his property formerly occupied by the Auld family. Or. And mrs. John Tody or. And mrs. Charley Stewart and children Are spending a few Days at the Home of mrs. Tody a parents at Rathbun. Or. And mrs. Lee Spencer and daughter of Monroe spent saturday at the Home of or. And mrs. Stanley mosey. H. J. Pallor spent wednesday in Newton called there by the illness of his brother a prominent news paper Man. Howard Holme has left for Backus minn., where his folks reside. Mrs Bert Sutter spent part of last week at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Jess Houser at Polk City. Ronald Tesdell of Denver Colo is visiting at the Home of hts parents or and mrs. Carl Tesdall South of town or. And mrs. Raymond Fretty and son of Des Moines spent Fri Day afternoon and evening at the Home of or. Frettya smother mrs. B. E. Halverson. Mies Marie Edgers and mrs. Melba Olson were Des Moines shoppers wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Thompson who has been a guest at the Home of mrs. Lena Mickleson returned to her Home at Roland sunday. Charles Sargent who is attending school at Ames. Spent saturday night and sunday with his Parent or and mrs. Bels Sabo. Andrew Malond. R. G. Nott and Fred Blaskovich spent the week end at a he Home of or. And mrs Obert Malond in Minneapolis. Or. And mrs. Oliver Richardson attended the wedding of miss Alice Lein at her Boma near Kelley. Mrs. Ralph Comstock and son Maurice spent saturday at Iowa City where mrs Comstock took her son flt a treatment. Or. And mrs. M. C. Heggen and i school Calendar tuesday 8 00 p. band and parents association meeting music building. Wednesday 7 45 a. band practice Annex. 7 45�?ocheer squad practice girls gym. 10 20-10 50 Junior High Assembly auditorium. 12 50�?service committee meet ing. Teachers lounge. 12 50�?pep meeting auditorium. 3 00�?football�? Ames is. Grinnell Field House. 7 00-9 00 p. executive meeting room 4. 7 15�?orchestra rehearsal Annex thursday no school state teachers convention Des Moines Friday no school state teachers con window shades properly Hung keep out the cold pay for themselves in saving on fuel. Tilden sch yer of Wal still to h the primp shop phone 809-w Edna Vickery prop. Woolens Gay and charming colors for your new fall frock. See the Lovely new woolens at the fair. 56-in Width., $1.39 56-in Width $1.59 54-in Width. $1.98 the fair 4yvmvm\\\vv\avyymv special Advance showing of Christmas cards at reduced prices j i in i ii treble Clef club molts mrs. I ill. Re the l it i if a a Lei Vav nine la. R flu sit i Quot it i music w ii Iii Al Vii. Tilt Larson. I \ i i a i i lit Btl s Vav Ai sons were guests at the Home Otic or. And mrs. Harry Cairns in Cam Bridge thursday evening. J 2 to f. Coley civil War Veteran of in Seattle. Wash., of his son f Coley is j cello packs. 29c j / Box of 1210c inbox of 12. 19c j j Box of 2529c of 5 patronise your local Greet ing card dealer and a ave Money of ii inn re spent wednesday visit ing commander Oley Nelson. Or. And mrs. Charity Comstock of Madrid were entertained at dinner sunday at the Home of Tho r fron Ait Amily or. And mrs. Ralph Comstock. Harry Fatland and daughter Marie spent sum a visiting rein Dies in Creston Mieses Dorothy and Henrietta Peterson returned Home sunday evening from Cedar fall w her they attended the Homecoming. They accompany of the misses Mil or Ltd it Hook Salina Peterson a and Helen fide of mad . Or a. Or. Sario Canter Ine and tor of Granger spent saturday at the of mrs Canter wines parents. Or and mrs. Steve furred or Sud in Cecil Larson Welkin Ames saturday attending the Homecoming at Iowa state. Both of them Are alumni of that College Reynolds Iversen the greeting card store ready to Wear Coats Large selection in style and color. $10.95, $1495 $1595 fort rim ated Coats Choice fur sets and smart fabrics. $1975 to $4950 dresses Silks and wools. A new shades and styles. $395, $595 $7.95, $12.95 to $1975 knitted dresses smart sport and Miriam Gross $12.95 to $3950 spec \ i knitted dresses in Chenille and boucle $5.95 to $10.95 new fabric gloves 59c to $1.00 fabric purses if and leather. Colors. All $1.00 n $3.98 Brown shop Vav Vav Vav a a % the decree is nothing new but the permanent is distinctively so $350 $500 $6.50 $10.00 Hart Beauty studio so la ,\\$wv\$\\\\4vv\\�?z�\4w\v\\v�v\�\vvvvwvs�� the original marriage licenses. Butt j i the u minor it Ridge Ruth Itutti lab Ai her Homo f i Fie subject i i v a Tai Vui in Al c a Vil a i assisted by mrs Ai a Aud Jacob Ito Den visited at to a. Krill to Rev in a delicious course luncheon. Hallo we in nut cups favors and Napkin were used in carrying out a a a goal color Ach ame. Guest or he club a it or o \ Kelly members present were the Boma of or. And mrs. Burney Tweedt sunday afternoon or. And mrs Leland Persike an Paul Wattle and or. No i. Dennis and child Ca now lira. Net Sydney it the Sun licenses to w de hav to i tie Lull Illy v clerk Iii the dial i n i \ and a be ii Iii lied pie i by t a i of ii Bel Faust 29 Llu Tibai and Ain in 27, to Tau Gifford Erick sob so. Aud Olive Swenson 32. Auth it Story City. 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