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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - September 17, 1937, Ames, Iowa Friday september 17, 1937 Ames Daut trib Uke Ames Iowa Page three Stickly 8. P. W. Club Board to meet the Board members of the Ames chapter business and professional women s club will meet monday evening at 7 30 at the Home of Jessie Bickelhaupt club president 1003 Wilson Avenue. It it it it entertain at pre nuptial party the misses Gertrude Mann and Anna Marie Taft entertained at a luncheon Courtesy thursday at the Taft Home in Honor of miss Janet Melhus a september Bride elect. The dessert luncheon was served at 1 15 to 35 guests. The afternoon was spent in Hemming a Linen luncheon set for the honoree. Miss Melhus was presented with a Shower of gifts at the close of the party. A a a dinner Bridge at country club another of the delightful week cd dab Friday fortnightly club. S. A. R. Meeting. Betsy rets club picnic. Monday Art div. A. W. C. . Board. Lafayette or. And . John Worth jr., had As their guests sunday evening. Or. And . R. H Murken and family of Boone. Or. And . Giles Swan of near Huxley spent sunday at the Paren j Tai John Mccoy Home. Mrs. Elizabeth Russell returned i to her Home in Davenport after a pleasant visit the past several weeks at the Home of her Nephew and wife or. And . George Kel Ler. Born to or. And . Arnold Rel sch a daughter at their Home sept. 7 near Stanhope. Or. And . Reinsch resided Here prior to moving to Stanhope last year. A very Large crowd attended the Chicken supper held monday evening in s. S. Peters and Pauls Church basement. A dance was noon at her Home on Lincoln Way. v. Honouring or. t Darilla a Quot to. Mrs. Lillie Lawson who left Ames Friday to make her Home in Washington d. C. Friends and neighbors were received during the Tea hours from 2 30 to 4 30 and the honoree was presented with a handkerchief Shower. Pink and White Flowers in a Blue. I Wedgewood bowl entered the Tea by dinner and Bridge parties was and service was held at the Ames Golf and country d Tom thou d. Club thursday evening with a Large number of club members Par a. _ _ a1 i Ai a a a i 0 Tecl Patong. Or. And . C. C. Coykendall were chairmen of the 7 of clock dinner. They were assisted by or. And . A. J. Graves or. And . C. W. Mcdonald and or. And . C. A. Smedal. Thirteen tables were surrounded for the Bridge games of the evening in charge of or. And . Clay Stafford. High score prize for the women a games Wras awarded to . H. J. Pollock and second High to . W. F. La Grange. L. W. Mahone was High for the men and b. J. Firkins was second High. A a entertains at Tea Courtesy . William Lawson entertained at a Tea Courtesy tuesday after Connie a son at horse show a 1 mix i 1 a squint of the Eye and a mischievous Grin was the expression on the face of Peter adopted son of Cinema actress Constance Bennett when he was photographed at the los Angeles county fair grounds. Young Plant was training a thoroughbred to enter in the fair. Meet Friday or. And . Mark Morris will be hosts to members of Washington chapter sons of the american revolution and their wives at a Garden party Friday evening at 7 30 at their Home. In Case the weather is too cold the party will be held indoors. The Constitution Day program 1s in Honor of the one Hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Constitution of the United states and the speaker of the evening will be s w. Needham. Reports of various committees will be heard at this time. A a a Happy heart meeting sunday the Happy hearts 4-h club and Ames 4-h club will hold a joint meeting sunday evening at 6 o clock at the Glen Randau Home. A a a Art department to hold meeting the first meeting of the new club year of the Art department of the Ames woman a club will be held monday afternoon at 2 30 in the City Library auditorium. Mrs. J. C. Everds will be in charge of the program on a Decora Tive possibilities of . J. E. Petersen chairman of the Tea committee is being assisted by . Ernest Stokes. -. In Ai after straining All year to put their expositions Over some cities Are wondering now How to keep that super colossal effect from becoming just a Public spectacle. Aaa its foolish to Argus that the Law has no heart. Look How easily a sheriff May develop an attachment for your House. A a traffic official says that pedestrians who constantly curse reckless Drivers Seldom get . And Seldom get much satisfaction. Aaa soviets plan to continue growing vegetables in the Arctic Circle. In fact plans for the new Batch of shoots Are already in the hands of the Opu. Ning and a refreshment stand and various concessions were on the grounds. Sylvester Monson has returned to Home in Springfield minn., after visiting the past three weeks at the Worth Brothers Home and other relatives and friends in this locality. Or. And . Eds a Baldus and son and or. And . Alfred Baldus and sons pent sunday at the parental Pari Baldus Home. Pete Wirth and Sylvester Monson spent Over Friday night at the de Hildman Anad George Hildman Homes at Wesley a number of relatives from this locality called to see . Arnold Reinsch and baby at their Home near Stanhope. Mrs. De Knouse of Ames is caring for . Reinsch and baby. Miss Christine Rickerl and miss Lucile Mccoy both graduates of the Gilbert High school Are employed in Ames. Antone Uthe made a trip to Waukon Iowa this week. Miss Francis thurnes of Chicago hi., returned Home after spending the summer at the Home of her Cousin or. John Wirth or. Or. And . John Fitzgerald and sons of Boone spent sunday at the Jordan Home. ,7l.0fr., a Pha chapter of the Moines Gamma no sorority printed the Candle Light degree of fraternity at the Iowa fall festival of the worn in. Held Friday evening at Iowa state College memorial Union. This group represents w n 0i�?~ tar members of the firs Gemma no sorority cd the St a Evlon Quot Sulu Rutn by the worn a a Iken Dora Cracey lbs week from a trip thru South Dakota and the Black Hills. Mrs. Robert Hedlund . Andrews Estrem of Slater miss Anna Sheldahl . De Anderson and . Martin Sheldahl of Sheldahl attended a meeting of the Sheldahl lutheran cemetery associate wedding of their son and brother Ingvold Birkeland. Mrs. Jennie Britson Well known Roland woman is reported to be in a serious condition at her Home suffering from an attack of influenza. Miss Bessie Nelson of the Clas Tion at the Home of or. And . J37 left monday for Northfield Ades in Boone. I minn., where she enrolled As a sunday evening visitors at the i r?>8man student at St. Olafs Collie of or. And . Andrewes Leger miss Bernita Jon Dali Slater celebrate 4th birthday . Francis Nervig entertained 20 Little children saturday evening in Honor of her daughter. Ruth Ann the occasion being her fourth birthday. Mrs. Nervig was assisted by . Fjelland of Huxley and mor Ril Nervig. Guests were Betty and Sonny Dahl Marilyn Nelson Martelle and Joan Ersland Clark Nervig Kathryn and Marilyn Severson Miriam Nervig Ruth Peterson Jackie Gord Jackie and Wayne Riis Bonnie locker Everett and Eugene Thompson John and Karen Croft of Des Moines Dixon Benshoff of Madrid John Nervig of Ames . Harold Ersland Thelma Fjelland . Osborne. Mrs. Dahl . Herbert Nervig and . Bertha Nervig. # # a entertains treble Clef club the treble Clef club met at the Home of Oliver Newman thursday night. The club presented blankets to Jeanne the daughter of or. And Lawerence Farach and Marilyn the daughter of or. And . Oliver Newman. Those present were miss Naomi Johnson . Lawerence Fausch Way. My sardines Are named Island of Sardinia. For the something every women needs cover All apron just about the time Japan s example was becoming most de pressing. Paraguay comes along i or. C. A. Larson . C. I Augh and flatly declares a state of War. J Ridge . A. L. Peterson . M. Where there s a will there s a i Heggen and . Jack Relner Tsou. A Lovely two course luncheon was served and a Pink and Green color scheme was carried out. A a is hostess to j. F. Club the Slater j. F. Club was entertained at the Home of . Clifford Riggera in Ames on wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Clayton Lande had charge of the entertainment which consisted of two contests which we ere won by . Roy Cole and . Paul Hall. The hostess served a Lovely one course luncheon. Member present from Slater were in. Ralph Clark . C. Larson . Morrell Nervig . Stan mosey . Bertha Nervig . Clayton Lande . Roy Cole Raymond Rimathe . H. W. Marshall. From Ames were . A. D. Johnson and . Al by Carol Day t time of year when you 1 get into heavier and Darker clothes you need an apron that protects your clothes when you Cook bake can and clean. Pattern 8040 is designed to give you the utmost Protection with Chic Grimness. It slips Over the head and ties at the Belt but the skirt is Cut on circular lines and the bib has a smooth fit As neat As the Blouse of a dress binding at the Edge in contrasting color accents the fabric print. Only a few Yards of material Are required. The pattern is perforated for two lengths to almost dress length for the heaviest work knee length for teatime and supper. Organdy or dotted Swiss May to edged in lace instead of Bias binding if you want a really Dressy apron for the role of hostess. Pltt5fn a signed for sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 46 and 48 size 36 requires 17-8 Yards of 32 or 35 Inch material and 7 a a Yards of i 1-2 Inch Bias binding to finish. The new fall and Winter pattern Book is ready for you now it has 32 pages of attractive designs for every size and every occasion. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn a feature you will enjoy. Let the charming designs in this new Book help you in your sewing one pattern and the new fall and win Stern bookt25 cents fall and Winter Book alone-15 cents for a pattern of this at Tractive Model Send 15c in Coin style number and size to today a �a.i7ern service la Lyn Antny place Bro a Home Tern were or. And . John be Hung and children Neva and Doris of Ames or. And . Carrol tweet . Maggie tweet and or. And in. Kenneth Klongland of Slater. Mrs. Irma Ersland of Iowa City and . Harold Croft of Des Moines were dinner guests and evening visitors at the Home or . Jake Ersland. Mrs. Cleveland of new York City and . Egemo of Ames called on . Heine Johnson tuesday afternoon. Or. And . Sanford Floden and Verda Mae visited at the Home of j. Floden at Huxley on sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hubert Nelson of Sheldahl spent tuesday with her sister . Sanford Floden. Or. And . Thurman Johnson of Cambridge were afternoon visitors at the Hollis hedland Home monday the Hon. Oley Nelson and daughters . Charley Skortman of Slater and . Mattie Fardal of Webster City returned sunday evening from Madison wis., where they attended the National Encampment of the g. A. R. Hubert Heggen left tuesday for it. Pleasant where he enrolled As a student of Parsons College. Robert Newman a student of Waldorf College at Forest City spent the weekend at Home. Miss Anna Lundahl spent tues Day in Madrid. Miss Marie Folgero visited friends in Huxley sunday after noon. Or. And . Oley Ryan and . Malinda Elvertson of Huxley spent saturday afternoon at the Home of . C Ersland. Or. And . Hollis Hedlund in company with Elsie and Beulah Brownw re Madrid callers saturday evening. Mrs. C. Ersland spent sunday afternoon and evening with or. And . Thurlo Ryan who live on her farm East of Slater. Mrs. S. Floden and Verda Mac spent wednesday afternoon at the Home of Howard Estrem. Or. And . Roy Cole Bonnie and Wayne spent sunday in Man Ning visiting friends. The Coles formerly lived in Manning. Mrs. John nowning and Stanley accompanied with her grandson Kenneth of Sioux rapids and Carrie Ayers of Wells minn., were guests at the Frank nowning Home for several Days. Miss grayer main of Cherokee la., was a weekend visitor at the Home of or. And . Robert Clark. Mrs. R. G. Nott returned sunday from Madison wt>., where a he attended the National Encampment of the g. A. R. Andy blah Koulch who has been employed at Muscatine la., spent returned Home sunday from St. Ansgar where she had spent the summer vacation at the Irwin Thompson Home. Virgil Cole spent the weekend a guest of friends at Lorimor. Or. And . E. I. Rosheim Are enjoying a visit from their son Irwin Rosheim of fort Snelling minn., who is serving an enlistment in the u. S. Army. Or. And . J. C. Olson motored to Clear Lake sunday where they attended a family reunion. George Cole left Friday for Cedar Falls where he enrolled As a Junior at state teachers College. Or. And . Leonard Larson enjoyed a visit during the weekend from their son Lowell who is a student at state teacher collage. Miss Lydia Shafland. Who has spent the past month visiting at the Home of her Mother . Ber tha Shafland. Returned to Chicago where she is a student nurse at Northwestern University. Mrs. Clarence Hanson arrived Angeles. Cal for a visit at the or. And . John Berwick while Home of her sister or. And . Jon their Way Home from Ohio Silas Strum and with relatives at where they had visited her people. Mccallsburg. She accompanied Clyde Newton who formerly lha friends who were Enro Ute to can re Here Over 40 years spent Friday Ada for a visit Jadd saturday with Roland friends Curtiss Twedt was Down from of Newton is now farming in Cedar Falls during the weekend North Dakota for a visit at the parental Albert i . S. J. Michaelson and Daugh Twedt Home. Ter Arlene were at Story City miss Shirley Eggland daughter monday a fee Nikon going Over to of or. And . Albert Eggland of mrsa Michaelson and this place who has spent several r3au8h?f,r Alberta sue of Wapello years in Des Moines while employ who Are relatives in Story de in secretarial work left recently for Seattle wash., adhere she is engaged in similar work. Story City Cecil Oswood of Iowa Falls. A former Roland girl who submit ted to a major operation at Mayo Brothers Hospi a1 a Rochester ors the fore part of the week at m a Quot a and a Wal in a critical the. Parental Albert Johnson Bon,., con on a to be in Esther Howland spent sunday or. And . Boyd Mickelson no baby of Wapello were visit proving. With her Friend. Mrs. John j. And Ben Bjornevik of Portland ore., Ains in Mason City. Stopped Here for a Brief visit thursday at the Home of Uncle Wilma jesses left last week for continued on Page five tilix>tfli�lcslll3xfi3z13��gx��lz2fg3 tsxlmii3<9tusl�3aixziill31tl Ihm. A Marjorie Brinton dance studio associated with in Marie Barnes Flanagan studio a a a in Hallet tap toe acrobatic ballroom i registration j a of a. 2 to 5 p. In. L o. O. F. Building Home address 2715 Lincoln Way 2nd floor phone 2675 Here thursday night from los the stocking that a has everything l Picot top 2. Attractive Boe design. L flexible Jno Sway stretch top. 4. Rura cop. So. Gear wingless labile. Amp. Fine even Seama. I. Inner bed a. Reinforced he Gore 9. Flexible bed 10. Flexible sole. 11. Silk reinforced fool 12 reinforced ring Hazel by at Osborn s Quot Cue Quot. Wok mr., old a i Sunda Val he How in Slat a of Needville Penn. Mrs. Paul Hall was taken in As a member of the club at this meeting. Roland or and . Arthur Swasand came from Vincent saturday eve with i Ning for a visit at the . Carrie Hamden Homo. Marvin Nelson enrolled As a Sophomore at Luther College de he left monday Roseland of Eagle j to make Entrance arrangements. Arna Njaa of miss Norma Hanson of los Angeles returned Home thursday or. And . J. P. Jones Floyd and Willard Madren of Redfield were Friday dinner guests at the k. J. Granseth Home. Mrs. E. Parker of Des Moines j Corah this week. Miss Helen Grove and miss Northwood n. D. Spent wednes Day Forenoon at the Home of Rev. Accompanied by her friends fior and or. Rorem. Miss Kathryn Nervig who is teaching in the schools at Linden to Aee and to Peck. The misses Helen Twedt and Arlene Ste Sou or. And . O. G. Twedt Aud . Jeffrey mightier Mother. Mrs. Bertha Nervig j Alison spent sunday at Cedar or. And or. Hollis Hedlund pulls where they joined a group of or. And . Robert Hedlund Al spent the weekend at the Home of sic and Beulah Brown enjoyed a relative and friends for a plan ii the misses Karene Eggland and picnic at the ledges near boo it Charlotte Olson members of the on sunday. Roland High school 1837 class left or. Irma Ersland of Iowa City monday for Des Moines where called on . C. Ersland Friday they enrolled As commercial Stu afternoon. Dent at . Thomas Brown and sister. Miss or. And . S. O. Birkeland. Arrie Brown and or. Anoa i Clifford Johnson Sod Robert week Sud miss Carrie Rasmus Birkeland left saturday for mph son of California returned ust Jeim mont., Berv they will attend because they re made of mild Ripe tobaccos Cornein he Ltd err a tobacco pm a

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