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Ames Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Ames, Iowa Monday june 5, 1944ames daily Tribune pare tit ret a society a a Vej Cozye end miss Jean Ringoen announces engagement to Roger Williams jr., at Chi Omega House saturday a Silhouette of a dancing couple a a on a Silver folder was the favor announcing the engagement of Jean Ringoen of Cresco la., and Roger h. Williams jr., of Ames at the Chi Omega House saturday night. Two dolls one dressed in an Orchid formal and the other in tails were arranged inside a Large round Crystal Rose bowl on a bed of White Peony blooms. When Mist rising from the bowl cleared away the chained pins of Chi Omega Sud Phi Kappa Psi were revealed on the dolls the bowl was entered on Pink net with Small nosegay of pastel Spring Flowers scattered of it. Banked High behind the bowl was i hedge of White Deutzia and in front were graduated candles in Crystal holders. At each end of a he Long table were Arm bouquets amp of Pink and White peonies. Behind the table in front of the Rench doors Hung a hark drop of qua net in swag effect sprinkled with Silver stars and clusters of Pink and White peonies. Koste Ante recordings behind the doors provided appropriate music. The five Pound Box of Candy tied with Orchid ribbon and topped with Pink roses was on the serving table which had for a Center piece a Low bowl of yellow Day lilies and purple Oriental Iris. Frozen fruit punch was served with tiny cakes Cut in heart shape Patricia Ann Shearer weds Jack Jenkins in a ceremony performed saturday at 4 p. In. In the St. Cecilias rectory miss Patricia Ann Shearer daughter of prof. And mrs. P. Shearer 611 Ash Avenue and or. Jack Leslie Jenkins of Montclair n. J., son of or. And mrs. F. Jenkins Albany calif., were United in marriage. Rev. N. A. Steffen performed the single ring ceremony. Calendar monday menus Bridge Ames Golf and country club tit sort Ltd executive Board. Legion auxiliary Beardshear District boy scout organization meeting veterans of foreign War auxiliary tue Day country club ladies Golf and Bridge Laura chapter. Eastern Star memorial lutheran ladies Aid patriotic Council meeting can celled Story county conservation com. Inc. Ames xxi be no. 309 Dorcas society Bethesda lutheran Church wednesday s and s club the Bride was attended by her sister miss Mary Jeanne Shearer of Ames As bridesmaid. Sandra Lee Gull of Leland miss., served As the Flower girl. Pvt. Clawson Cannon of Camp Bowie Tex Quot to is Home in Ames on furlough served As Best Man. Attended Ames schools the Bride is a graduate of Ames High school and attended Iowa state College where she was affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta social sorority. Miss Shearer was a Curtis Wright Cadette at rens Laer polytechnic Institute at Troy n. Y. Or. Jenkins is a graduate of the the Story county. Cons i vat Lon committee inc. Will meet in regular meeting at 730 p. In. Tuesday june 6. In the Ames City Library auditorium Hon. Albert Steinberg will address the meeting. Fred Robertson will give a Fly tying demonstration. Important matters will come up and All members Are urged to attend. The Public is invited to attend. A Ames Lodge no. 309roof meets in regular session tuesday at 8 p. In. In the roof Temple. There will be the conferring of the second degree and refreshments will be served. It it amp $ veterans of foreign wars auxiliary will meet tonight at their Hall at 8 p. In a speck gets Emblem for Stoker service Clarence speck of the Edwards Coal company has been presented with a Gold Iron fireman Pioneer Emblem by the Iron fireman Man of or. And mrs. W. B. Lynch or. And mrs. Donald Hathaway of Ames and miss Christine Richer who is employed in the Telephone office at Ames attended the funeral of their Uncle. John Baldus. Friday at Sis. Pc tear and Paul Catholic Church. Or. And mrs. Maurice Keller and daughters of Boone visited thursday at the Home of or. And or. W. E. Lynch. Or. And mrs Raymond Weigel and daughter of Jordan spent sunday with relatives in this locality. Or. And mrs. Donald Fitzgerald of Roland spent sunday at the parental Leo Wirth Home. Margaret and Lucite Nelson who Are employed in Ames spent Over sunday at. The Home of their j Mother mrs. Odella Nelson. Mixture to one gallon of water by adding two tablespoonfuls of Lead or Calcium arsenate to this mixture you can kill Colorado potato beetles a the mine time. Avoid working in the Garden when Plant foliage is wet. Bean rust and Tomato Leaf spot Are easily spread at this time. It May be cooler to Hoe in the Early morning hours when the Dew is on plants but it is a poor practice from the standpoint of disease control. Auction Sale tuesday june 6 nurses Pital in sunday at her Home. Mrs William Bouier and or. And mrs Giles Swan and Gerald visited thursday at the Home of or. And mrs. John Wirth in Boone. Rose Mary Keller returned Home after spending a couple of weeks at the Home of her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs Alfred Baldus. Or. And mrs Francis Sullivan and children. Dialled monday Ai. The mrs. Artha Lithe Home in a factoring company. This Button Boone. Was awarded in recognition of his. Mrs. Amealia Wirth has moved ten years of service in the Stoker 1 from her farm where so has reorganization. Speck is one of 164 sided the past 48 years to the a Large amount of weeding must he done by hand. Weeds in the Row can be pulled at the same time onions beet and carrots Are thinned. Or they can be pulled the Day after a rain when the soil is Loose and there is less or. And mrs. Wilbur Lynch and danger of injuring Plant roots Janice spent sunday evening at j the Home of or. And mrs. Arch i not Only do weeds take nut duchy j Hents away from the vegetables miss Ceceilia Baldus who is in but if left to go to seed some training at the mercy hos weeds produce 15,900 to 20,000 Des Moines spent Over seeds per Plant. Weeds which staff who received this recognition i Paul Church. In 1944. J dinner guests sunday at they a. Home of or. And mrs Henry my University of California at Berk and decorated with frosting in Del j he is an Engineer with the Cate Green yellow and Pink. Special gets Werp mrs. Marion Rugeon. Kay Kennelly and Mary Zesinger of Cresco mrs Florence Dunham House Mother of Chi Omega and or. And mrs. Roger h. Williams sr., of Ames. Miss Kildee weds f. M. Minard Friday miss Kathleen Kildee. Daughter of prof. And mrs. H. H. Kildee Campus drive became the Bride of or. Frederick Nelson Minard of Waukegan 111, Ron of or. And mrs. C. C. Minard of Davenport la Friday june 2, at 4 of clock in the John Timothy Stone Chapel of the fourth presbyterian Church Chicago. Rev. Kenneth n. Hildebrand performed the single ring informal ceremony. Miss Marie Anderson of Chicago and Ames served As maid of Honor my or. Robert Hathaway of Avau Kegan was the Best Man. The Bride wore a White silk Shantung gown with insert of White lace with a half hat of White Straw braid trimmed with a veil. She wore a Corsage of purple lipped orchids and a j string of pearls a gift from the bridegroom. Curtis Wright company at Montclair. N. The couple left for the East following the ceremony where they will make their Home in Montclair n. Out of town guests at the wedding were mrs. P. W. Gull and daughter Sandra of Leland miss., and miss Mable Shearer of min Neapolis Minn. Honoured guest mrs Jenkins has been the honoured guest at Many Lovely showers and parties the past week. Mrs. A. L. Anderson and mrs. W. F. Lagrange entertained for mrs. Jenkins last monday. Miss Mary Jane Rice and miss Eileen dudgeon entertained at a dinner in the Sheld on Munn hotel i Honor of mrs. Jenkins last monday. Mrs. C. Y. Cannon and mrs. B of. Thomas entertained for mrs. Jenkins on tuesday in the Anderson Home. Mrs. C s. Reddy and daughter. Polly Jane entertained a the Reddy Home last tuesday for the Bride mrs. C. A. Knudson and mrs. F. W. In Rich entertained in the Lorch Home on wednesday and mrs. Clay Stafford and mrs. M. Coover entertained in Stafford Home on wednesday for mrs. Jenkins. A Dorcas society of the Bethesda Church will meet in the Church Parlours tuesday evening at 8 15 p. In. Members Are reminded to mrs. R. A. Smith entertained at Lawn party sunday Twenty five friends of mrs. R. A. Smith 291 Howard who is leaving for California the Middle i members of the Compani a dealer Wirth House near Ste Peter and of june to make her Home were entertained at a Lawn party at the Home of mrs. Daniel Hughes on sunday afternoon Between the hours of 4 30 and 5.30. The guests visited in the Garden and refreshments of sandwiches cake and Coffee were served. Garden Flowers were used As decoration mrs. Smith has Many friends in Ames who wish her much happiness in her new Home. A have gone to seed and abnormal. Stunted curled or yellow plants should be burned. Other weeds can he pulled and put on a compost Heap. I i i a lbs at 7 30 p. M. Will sell the following property on the premise one mile East of Ames on Highway no. 30 3 room dwelling House barn 14 x 18 with lean to Corn crib 6 x to 7 Brooder and hog houses steel shed 20 x 24 pump 2 steel tanks 250 it electric wire Woven fire Fence posts steel culverts steel Cable and Many other articles. The above is the property of the late Leonard Elliott. Leon e. Joy auctioneer. Town gardeners who found it difficult to get farm manure for their gardens this year can Start now to make their own Garden compost. Flower stalks of Iris one of the Many contributions which Ginny Simms received for her Many War causes for a Check for $65 from a supervisor in a munitions Plant. A letter explain or in Honor of the recent birthday of mrs. Mccoy were or. And is. Raymond Mccoy of Ogden mrs. Edward Hunter and sons and or. And mrs. Maurice Keller and Gladiolus and other Flowers leaves of rhubarb grass and hedge clippings leaves on broken tree limbs Cornstalk leaves raked up in the fall Ell will add vegetable matter to the compost Heap. It s a pity to Burn leaves and other rubbish when it should be turned Back into the soil. De that this represented the one daughters of Boone. Penny fines he imposed on workers who used profane or harsh language during a Given period. A boys of Beardshear District will meet tonight at 71 p. In. At Beardshear school to organize a scout troop. All boys of scout age who Are interested Are invited to attend. Lafayette mrs. John Worth correspondent or. And mrs. John Wirth and mrs. John Mccoy of Boone were dinner guests sunday at the Home i by a Xiv or Maddux Nea staff writer t the recent american spice Trade association dinner in new York this dessert excited the gourmet guests. Good suggestion for a father s Day treat on june 18th. A miss Anderson wore a gown of bring their Mission Box Money As last meeting of the Blue Shantung with a White Juliet Cap and a Corsage of White Gardenias. Mrs. Kildee Mother of the Bride wore a Navy Blue and White sheer costume with White accessories my a Corsage of Pink roses. Mrs. Minard Mother of the bridegroom wore a beige coat frock with a White hat and a Pink Rose Corsage. The Chape was decorated with White lilies and ferns. Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served in the Poio of Jacques French restaurant. Yellow Green and purple were used in the decorations. The Bride Cut the first piece of her wedding cake and shared it with her husband. Mrs. Walter Adams sister of the Bride then but and served the remainder of the cake. The Bride wore a Navy Blue sheer dress with dutch Cap to match As her travelling costume. The Young couple will be at Home a 4f>8 North a Enue Waukegan in. The bridegroom is a research chemist with Abbott laboratories in North Chicago. The Bride attended the Ames schools and graduated from the state University of Iowa in 1943. Where she affiliated with Gamma eerily she is also a Phi Beta Kappa and this is the school year. Strawberry ice Cream serves 8 to to one pint to i quart strawberries it cup sugar % Teaspoon Salt 4 egg Yolks 2 cups scalded milk i cup it pint Light Cream. Wash Hull Mash strawberries add sugar. Set aside until needed. Mix sugar Salt and egg Yolks. Add the hot milk gradually stirring As you add. Cook Over hot water stirring constantly until custard the Coats the spoon. Cool. Add Cream. Freeze in old fashioned ice Cream Freezer to a Mush then add strawberries. Continue to freeze until mixture is Frozen solid. Makes lutheran 1 about 2 a urls Mace sauce serve 0 one Quarter cup sugar i to i Teaspoon powdered Mace i Teaspoon cornstarch it Teaspoon Salt 4 egg Yolks i pint scalded milk. Mix together sugar Mace Corn Tomor Royva a menu breakfast Orange juice ready to eat Cereal French Toast Honey or Maple syrup Coffee milk. Luncheon vegetable chowder soya crackers stuffed egg salad with sliced tomatoes Peanut butter sandwiches stewed fruit sponge cake Tea milk. Dinner Lamb Stew with Garden vegetables baked potatoes asparagus mixed Green salad enriched bread butter or fortified Margarine Strawberry ice Cream Mace sauce Coffee milk. Starch Salt. Add egg Yolks and mix Well. Add hot milk gradually stirring As you add. Cook Over hot water stirring to prevent lumping until custard Coats spoon. Continue to Cook stirring occasionally for another five minutes to assure thorough cooking of the cornstarch. Chill and serve Over ice Cream. Makes 2 cups sauce. Or turn this into a delightful dessert floating Island simply beat the egg Whites until stiff. Fold into the hot sauce. Chill and serve. Pake away Jue lady copyright. Ish Nea service inc monks fishing boat xxx of joke Road was winding. Link did Down to an overpowering smell of fish. Link distinguished a Stilt like Dock and a Small vessel. A there a Courtright said. Not drive fast enough to arouse an alarm. When they had gone the japanes Ashing boat was about a Hundred Yards a japanese a not 8? a11 Romp anti Short Fri dumpy a Small hag of the sea but St idler appeared in the headlight a practical looking Craft. Glow aiming his Rifle at them. A Monk a Courtright called. A Stop a said Courtright hoarsely. Monk and three other startled a i have to pay him the japanese popped out. A Mai a Monk link halted the car. He wished 6a per1 Anc he hauled them Down j horse named into the Cabin. The other three japanese were fat and pleasant like Monk Monk and Courtright conferred in japanese too rapid for links knowledge. Then one of the other japanese left in a hurry. A the is going to drive a Zaraski a me Flat on my Back like Courtright laughed. A a you re some doctor Quot she said. A a you be been seasick and did no to know link grinned sheepishly. Norma was sunning herself on a padded quilt on deck. Link stretched out beside her and said a i seem to recall you As a ministering Angel with Tea and things the last four Days. Also i Hare an impression hat i was not As appreciative As i should have Norma smiled at him. A you swore at me a she announced. A you accused me of being the Only thing that had More influence on your life than a race private Thomas King who was Home on furlough was a guest Over thursday night at the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Nelson. Mrs. Paul Keller and baby have returned to their Home from the Boone Hospital. Pvt. Dean Garland has returned to Mississippi where he is fits honed after a furlough spent of the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Dents Garland. Or. And mrs. Cecil Risdal of Ames attended the funeral of their Uncle John Baldus Friday morning. Pvt. Thomas King enjoyed a few Days visit at the Home of his sister mrs. Ben Baldus. Raymond Pepper of the u. Marines is enjoying a furlough at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Ray Pepper. To sgt. Joseph Baldus has been. Enjoying a furlough at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Carl Baldus. John Mccoy of Boone spent this week at the Home of or. And mrs. I w. E Lynch helping with the i Field work. To sgt. Joseph Baldus and i lard Hadaway enjoyed a few Days visit at Morris. Iu., at the Home of i or and mrs. Roland Hadaway. A number of relatives and 1 friends called at the Boone hos a Pital to see mrs. Charles Mckenna who is a patient there suffering with a broken hip. Sgt. And mrs. Fletcher hath away have returned to the parental Frank Rickerl Home from a wedding trip to Southern Iowa and j Missouri. Father Leonard Baldus. O.m.i., of Bellville. Ill enjoyed a few Days visit recently at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Carl Baldus. Father Baldus read the mass sunday in s. Peters and Pauls Church and delivered the Sermon. A a Shady Corner at the Back of the Garden is a Good place for the compost Heap. It can be screened by tall growing annuals. A pit 1v& feet deep can be dug to re delve discarded vegetation during the year or a rectangular Heap can be started on top of the ground. The compost can be kept in place with a framework of hoards or by adding s one Inch layer of soil to each 12 inches of refuse. Materials should be stacked higher around the outsides is this will leave a depression in the Center to help catch the rain. Moisture is needed to help in the decomposition of vegetable matter. Faster decomposition takes place if nitrogen fertilizer la applied. This feeds decomposing bacteria which work on the compost. Forking Over several times during the season also will Speed decomposition. Such compost will be useful to dress your Lawn this fall. Aunt Lindy says if you want to keep friends Friendly never borrow from pm nor take a Long trip with to most synthetic thu is .r0ym1l car owners from All Over the country Are reporting that the new u. Royal debase synthetic is turning in performance records As far ahead Tofu the held As Theolu. S., Roy a1 de luxe was before the War records that often equal the performance of pre War tires when you Are eligible to buy new tires get u. Royal deluxe there is no better tire made. Us tires buy where you see the . Sio this is the sign of a local Independent business built on experience knowledge skilled service and products of Quality fall Oil company 510 Lincoln Way phone 259 distributors and associated dealers Otto Iowa gardens he had a gun. There had been no pistol on Zaraski. The Jap sentry approached. He pushed his Rifle muzzle into the Back of the car. A a Hiyaku a he said. Link did no to Trust the sentry. C i piously he unscrewed the gear car into the Phi Beta member p e. O. The Bride g Roc Iowa Bra co was a member fraternity. He i in the he cry Soh ill. Oat of town Ding we re t h e graduated in in 1943 if Kappa a been a the i at m son i Cher City. Prof and mrs h la is Ames min anti i 1. A 0. Mina d Haven port Mips Marie a n j e r on of a Robert hat a Way of Aukeman. Mrs. W alter it Adams of Des mom is. And Jack Shu rat of v Davenp Art. S and s club will meet on wedge Day at j to p m with or s. Harr. V ghee hey 122 Kellogg. Mrs. Charle a Berg an d mrs j Andy and Rynn will be the assist am boric so 6 so 1 Hift Ball. The gearshift Vas the old fashioned Type which stuck up from the floorboards. The Ball was heavy. He saw Courtright fumbling with her stocking. It was like an old maid Schoolman am to keep her Money in her sock he thought grimly. But the sentry took the Money counted it then stepped Back. He was smiling. He was going to let them through. They drove on. The Road twisted and turned. Dim out shades on the headlights made the driving difficult. A Courtright a link said a do you know this country where will we go a a maybe we can get to monks Courtright said. Monks boat a link exclaimed a what do you mean a it was the first time he had heard of . A i hired a fishing boat a court i right told him. A Monk is the japanese who operates a show me what Road to take a link said. They drove about thirty Miles nothing happened. Leaving the car they followed a worn Footpath sea a Courtright told a Well. That proves i Wasny to delirious. And that was a very Sweet thing for me to say if you Only knew it. Did you give me a kiss for saying that a Quot i gave you Castor Oil a she confessed. Link discovered a Low dark Mear on the horizon. He sat up june is the big month for weeds. The most important Garden Job now is frequent cultivation. Vegetables yields Are increased considerably and Quality is improved when weeds Are kept licked. Cultivation should be shallow whether done with a hand to or wheel cultivator. Deep cultivation not Only brings up dormant Weed seeds which germinate readily in the upper soil layer but also a prunes the roots of a amp no vegetables thus slowing growth. Link. A then they Are going to take and pointed demanding a is that us to the russian a you had this All fixed a a link asked. Courtright nodded. A i did no to Tell i you. I did no to think we could All escape i was afraid if Vou knew about Tho boat you would try. And be later Monk and his men cast off the lines and the boat headed out to Tea the chugging motor ii seemed to link drove them with agonizing slowness. They reached open water and the Small vessel began an endless struggle with the Waves. Link sat in the Cabin feeling the motion. The boat would Rise up and up. Then slide sickeningly into the wave trough. Link began to fee very depressed. But he Felt he should say something Bright cheerful something fitting the occasion to ruse after All they were Well Oil hair Way to a successful escape what he finally said i As a boy. Do i feel bad a # t Ink made quite a recovery on j the fourth Day. He Felt Fine. In fact. To went out on deck. And told Tilda Courtr to cheerfully. A it did no to expect our adventure to put land a that a Norma said a is a then we re Safe a link said happily. Norma nodded a was she Aid a was if we were on main Street in broken Arrow Oklahoma Quot link grinned at her. A look Here you had better make that grand Enue Kansas City Missouri because that a where i am going to have my office and we might have to live in the Back of it until i get a patient a waiting for her answer he was frightened. He even held i breath. But Norma smiled and turned her face up to be kissed. A sure she said. Within a few hours a soviet naval patrol boat neat in the sunlight put out from a Cove and approached. The patrol Craft came close. The soviet sailors did some talking to Monk whom they corned to know and then broke out in grins link got the idea they were grinning mostly at Norma and himself and he was embarrassed but he grinned too everybody had something to Grin about did no to they the end v is p Hoe makes re Lier. Keep a file Handy sitting the Hoe away jul cation before a off i and wipe la Blade in close this will pret enough to Al ii the weeds a Den proper. Weeds at Den i id to lid be chop w a the a Bor insects Vas a Supply bases for or $ in i sol amp Woch Are car Garden plants by the wind eels. Wild Grot Rod cherries ions species of nightshade a to and Apt cad Tomato and Cucumber \ Ira or Lamb Quarter. One of the minion Garden weeds True of Green a it he to it is Young. Spreads the in tide found Nirh and so hard. Plant diseases can t be cured they must be prevented with Roo wet weather prevalent this sprint pot Iii blight May be of serious. Done to take chances Ira your potatoes with a bord a r mix ire nude by using four la Dei i Oon Fui at dry Boid Caux my a final clean up water damage Sale of furniture Here Are a few items left to be sold at great reductions. I lot platform rockers. $14.95 upholstered tapestry i lot pull up chairs.$69$ i upholstered Rocker. $1295 50 la. Cotton Felt damask ticking rolled Edge i lot mattresses. $14.951 Bennett Mcdaniel furniture co

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