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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - March 21, 1934, Ames, Iowa
Buy better in Ames Ames daily Tribune times. Ames. Iowa. Wednesday. March 21. 1934. Page thees county society and locals c. D. A. Study club the study club of the Catholic daughters of America will meet Hur gtd yet yen i us Ai 8 of Elk i theol a Quot a Chute paries. The prof ram will be in charge of lecturer Frances Nothomb assisted by Alios Marie Mccoy mrs. Susie Hopkins miss Bertha Cutter miss Mary Cutter mrs. Gertrude Bryner mrs. Frances of Donnell Aud mrs. Koy of limn it la. It it it # a Dom club with mrs. Remington members of the a Dom club will meet with mrs. Boyd Remington. 2716 West Street Friday after noon Al 2 la. Ltd a Ltd it Ltd to entertain Russell ave. Club mrs. E. H. Richardson will be hostess to members of Hie Russell Avenue club Friday afternoon at 2 30 at her Home 115 South Riverside. Mrs. Ii. I. Hughes will be the assisting hostess. Be let it its it double six club to meet thursday the double six Bridge club will meet with mrs. W. La. Mcneil. 3222 Burnett Avenue. Thursday evening at 7 30. 4 Ltd 4t St. Johns Guild meeting the women of St. Johns Guild and auxiliary will meet thursday afternoon at 2 30 in the Parish House. Mrs. Blair Converse will review a the mover falling Light Quot and miss Marian Atkinson will furnish musical numbers. 4 it it <9 United Brethren Aid meeting thurs. The ladies Aid of the United Brethren Church will Anet thursday afternoon at 2 of clock at the Home of mrs. W. O Ragsdale. 212 Walnut Street. Mrs. Lee Bradford is the assisting hostess it it Ltd it needlecraft luncheon meet my tile needlecraft at the Home of or Olds Friday for 4 Brown. Watts marriage sat. Or and mrs. Joe Watts o Boone announce the marriage of their daughter. Kerne Loretta to Reno m. Brown son of mrs. Clara m. Brown of Story City saturday March it. In Des Moines. The service was read at 2 of clock by the it a. Paul k. Becker in the University Church of Christ. Miss Vera Brown of Des Moines Sisura of the Groom and Lee a. Furj. A of Nevada were the att my ant s. A wedding supper part was served at the Home of miss Louise Dork after the ceremony. Music division chorus rehearsal the chorus of the music division of the Ames woman a club will meet for rehearsal thursday at 1 30 at the Home of mrs. L. C Tilden it is important that each one be present and he on time so that members May attend churl act Inga later. The group will work on these end concert numbers. Christian Aid meeting thursday Christian Church ladies Aid so 1 will hold a general meeting thursday afternoon at 2 of clock at the Home of mrs. J. D. Idem us eleventh Street. 4 Ltd 4 f Friendship Circle meeting the fourth Ward Circle of the lutheran Church will meet thurs Day afternoon at 2 30 with mrs. P. T. Friet at Hei hone. 2325 Knapp St reel. Calendar wednesday w. In b. Club woman a rotary. History amp lit. Div. F w. C. Olive Branch Circle. Unity club. Short Story div. F w c r. N. A. 4071. Five Hundred club. Utopia club. Iowa Council. Knights Templar. Laetus club p. L. E. A f. Society. West Ames w. C. T. U. V. F. W. Auxiliary. Thursday Eleanor Roosevelt club congregational auxiliary. M. E. Ladies Aid. Rebekah lode. C. D. V study club. Double six club. St. Johns Guild. In b. Aid. Christian Aid. Friendship Circle. A. W. E chorus rehearsal. Friday yours or mine club. A Dom club. Needlecraft club. Cambridge is hostess to k. K. Club thurs. Mrs h. R. Maywald was Host Ess to members of k. K. Club thursday at the Home of her son Herman or. The afternoon was spent socially and refreshments were served titlist of thy club were mrs. Las per Cook mrs. Lester Cook mrs. Ora Groseclose and Little Wilma Jean Gros it close. Club will met Tcharles Reyn i of clock luncheon. 4 4 Young Ringling joins a big show Burn to the circus Robert e. Ringling above carries on family traditions. Now holding a substantial interest in the circus founded by his father Charles Ringling and the latter a six brother Young Ringling is learning the big 0p Busine s from the ground up. Wal hide covers More sur. Face better h. L. Munn lbs. Co. Thorburn Kennell marriage wednesday miss Frances Marie Kennell daughter of or. And mrs. J. C. Uni Nell of Sigourney became the Bride of George p. Thorburn in a quiet ceremony performed wednesday afternoon in the congregational Church. The Rev. H. K. Hawley read the service at 4 of clock in tile presence of a Small group of relatives and intimate friends. The couple Vav a a attended by the grooms sister miss Leola Thor Burn and Gordon Kennell brother of the Bride. The Bride attended Iowa Wesleyan College at my pleasant and is a member of Tho Theta Tau Alpha sorority. While in Coll be she was prominent in musical activities. The Groom who is the son of or and mrs. A. L Thorburn of Webster and brother of or. O. L. Thor Burn of Ames was graduated from farm crops and soils department at Iowa state College at the Cornin Cement exercises tuesday evening. He is a member of the Theta no Epsilon fraternity. He will be engaged in re search work at Iowa state College and the couple has taken an apartment Here. Out. Of town guests included Ihfe grooms parents. Or. And mrs. A. L. Thorburn. The Bride s parents have resided in Ames during tilt Winter months. College alumni i n Washington to banquet Fri. The National capital chapter of i the alumni association of Low to i i state College will celebrate the get Jenty sixth anniversary of the foundling of the institution at the chapters annual Iowa state founders Day dinner at the Cosmos club Friday in Washington. D. Be among those expected at the dinner Are Secretary Henry a. Wal lace of the department of agriculture and mrs. Wallace m. L. Wilson director of the subsistence i homesteads project department of jibe Interior or. R. A. Pearson president of the University of j Maryland w to w As president of i Iowa state College in the 14-year period 1912-26, and mrs. Pearson or. C. W. Warburton director of the Extension service department of agriculture and mrs. Warburton Jay n. A a Ding a Darling new chief of the Bureau of biological Survey department of agriculture n. Ii. Kildee Dean of agriculture of the College Gen. E. A. Kreiter judge advocate general of the army retired and mrs Kroger senators l. J. Dickinson and Louis Murphy of Iowa and the Iowa members of the House of representatives. Or. Wilson and Dean Kildee will speak. Secretary Wallace is the third Iowa state College Man to be in the Cabinet As Secretary of agriculture the other two having been his father. Henry a. Wallace and James a Tama Jim Wilson. Ii. B. Swanson Federal Board for vocational education is president and miss Atherine Ford Bureau of entomology department of agriculture is Secretary treasurer of the alumni chapter educational issues of new Deal subject for child conference Iowa City educational is sues of the a new deals and implications of the National emergency education program will be the keynotes of the eighth annual conference on child development and Parent education to be held at the i University of Iowa june 19 to 21. This was announced tuesday by or. George d. Stoddard director of the Iowa child welfare research station who also revealed the list of noted speakers from the Middle West East and Canada. Seven speakers who will assume leading positions Are William e. Blats director of St. George s school for child study Toronto Canada George f. Zook United states commissioner of education Edna n. White director of the Merrill Palmer school in Detroit Mich. Paul ii. Douglas University of Chicago economics professor David m. Trout Hillsdale College of Michigan Frances Iii 11, head of the University of Iowa Home economics department and gues Samuelson Iowa Atule superintendent it Public . Miss la Vaughn Lee of Adel spent the week end at her parental Home. Levi nerness and family attended the Silver wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Cyrus sydness in Story City saturday Mccall Hillestead was a Nevada caller monday. Miss Pearl Rienertsen of Madrid spent the week end at the Chester Severson Home. Miss Rte Nert son taught for two years in he Walnut Grove school. Or. And mrs. C. Be Buell of Des Moines were dinner guests at the o. A. Buland Home tuesday. Or. And mrs. O. A. Buland spent sunday in Des Moines dinner guests at the c. Be Buell Home. They also att need Bishop Mcdowell services at the Grace methodist Church. Albert Hill and Oliver Hill were in Nevada monday on business. Albert Bauge was taken to the Mary Greeley Hospital in a very serious condition Early monday morning. An operation for appendicitis will be performed when his condition will permit. In Al nerness transacted in Nevada saturday. Chester Severson and Harold Scott assisted with musical mini hers at one of the Rural schools near Madrid Friday night. The Rev. And mrs. To Hansen it accompanied by mrs. Bayard be son drove to Bayard tuesday afternoon to attend the funeral of mrs. Miller. Bayard was the former a charge for seven years just before coming to Cambridge. The Harve Jennings family Are contemplating moving to Cambridge. They moved on to their farm last year but do not farm the ground. Sarah Ann Fidler of Des Moines spent monday Al the Home of her Uncle John Lee and family. Spent sunday and monday with her daughter mrs. Russell chitty and family Helen Harrington came after her monday evening Dud the Small grand daughter Barbara Alice accompanied them Home for a few Days stay. Mrs. Henry bitty of state Center and mrs. Emma Handsaker were monday evening callers at the j la. Handsaker Home. Roland Fernald Are honoured at Courtesy a miscellaneous Kitchen Shower was Given in Honor of the Lester Fiu exam family saturday evening at the country Home of Stanley Fin Cham. Sixty five were present at this pleasant affair. The was spent socially with music and cards. Cake and Coffee were served at the close of the evening. Or. And mrs. Frank gook and sons Dale Aud Gerald of Zearing were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Arthur Couser. Or. And mrs. Will. Hogg and sons v 1 re in Des Moines Friday on business. Lloyd Burton and Jay Fosseen from Radcliffe is nit sunday w Ith Fred and Harold Hogg. Miss Margaret Lewis re Ames i called on the win Hogg family j sunday evening. Ray chitty and mrs. Violet i Chapman and daughter Leila spent i sunday evening visiting or. And mrs. Henry chitty in a state Center. Arnold Alley of Nevada was a we kit and guest of his Trind Kenneth keel i. Willard Cook who had spent the past ten Days visiting relatives and to lends in this Community and be Home at Wichita Kan. He is plan Ning to spend the summer on an Island off the Washington coast. Mrs. A. J. Peddycord and daughter mrs. Pat Carmody of Zearing s called on their friends mrs. Lena Boelk and or. Aud mrs. Will Roe sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Oliver finders and daughter Gayle and or. And mrs. Fred finders of Ferguson were sunday dinner guests of or. Aud mrs. Be i e i Kins. Or. And mrs. Albert Goble and daughter of Morrison and or. And mrs. W. J. Hall jr., and son Billy of Mccallsburg were sunday afternoon guests of or and mrs. W. J. Hall. Or. And mrs. Chester Holcomb of Livermore. Or and mrs. Russell French and children of Farrar and or. And mrs. Clifford French wer sunday dint r guests of or. And mrs. C. E. French. Or. And mrs. Jacob Solberg and Frank Tudor were sunday evening callers of or. And airs. I. W. Tudor. Mrs. Be i. Proctor and mrs. Harold Handsaw r and son Dale left sunday morning for Odebolt to spend a few Days with or. And mrs. George Hilburn and or. And mrs. Ralph hitching there. Or. And mrs. William Donaldson and son Robert were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Lloyd Seoville near Zearing. Or. And mrs. Arthur Conley were Iii Iowa City a few Days this week going Down to be with their son Jim who underwent an operation or the Bone in his right leg monday. Harold hands to Ralvin Nelson and Horace new returned to their respective Homes sunday morning after having att need tile state basketball tournament at Cedar Falls. John crosser who is employed in Des Moines was a weekend guest at tile Jane s Scarcello Home. Mrs. Crosser and infant son Robert John have been at the Scarcello hone for everal weeks. Henrietta chitty of state Center came monday evening to spend a few Days with her sister Wilma. Owen cinch in. Oldest son or Lester Fincham is quite 111 from exposure and inhalation of smoke bom their it cent fir. The family Are residing it the Brank met Iman Home until motile temporary dwell ing can be erected on their Larm. Ralph Handsaker and children of Colow it re sunday evening guests of or. And mrs j. Ii. Handsaker. Mrs. Be ii. Harrington of aim s entertains at b rth Day party mrs s. L. Bielfeldt entertained a group of women Friday afternoon at her Home in Honor of the birthday anniversary of her Mother or Gibson of Scranton who was is years old on that Day. The hours were spent socially and refreshments were served. A handkerchief Shower was Given to the honoree. Those present were mesdames p. J. Peterson set Vert Sjurson m 0 Anderson l. Be quam Iver Wicks. L. J. Hit land. E. B. Christian. Dena Christian Hannah quam lev on Windson and Tom Anderson. A 4 4 celebrates eleventh birthday or Jewell Sand void entertained 16 Little boys saturday afternoon in Honor of the eleventh birthday of ii son Junior. Games were played during the party hours and refreshments were served. Junior received Many gifts from his friends. Sheldahl monthly meeting menus brotherhood. Them a s brotherhood of Tho methodist Church held its monthly i meeting tuesday evening in the Church hosts were l. P. Zarp i Charles Klonglan and the Rev g. I c. Swain. Or. Thompson and or. Drinker. Students at Simpson College gave i interesting talks on the subject or. Dean also a student of that College played a group of j piano selections. Ralph non is chairman of the social committee Roger Crabtree of the membership committee John Bud devotional and Harold j Starr the program committee. A Alpha club holds meeting the Alpha club met thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Marie Boche with mrs. Ruby Taylor i As assisting hostess. Roll Call was answered by diem hers giving current events pro i Gram number included papers Quot russian literature a Bess Wolfe i a Home life in Ida Mae Sarchett selected article Sarah i Berggren russian musical num hers Alta Graver and Irish jokes i by members. I the St. Patrick a rotors were i used for the delightful refresh meats served at the close of the i meeting. The club will hold its next meet i ing april 15. At Tho Home of mrs. Grace Austin with mrs. Alta Graver a assisting hostess. Wash ton twp. Julius Jensen and finer Jensen spent sunday afternoon with mrs. A. P. Jensen. Or. And mrs. Victor Riley Arthur and Mari spent saturday afternoon at a Well. Or. And mrs. Milford Severson spent sunday Voth or. And mrs. Chet person anti family mar Kelley. Mrs. Albert Kelley who has been ill with pneumonia is somewhat improved. Or and mrs. Guy Wilson entertain d at sunday dinner in Honor of their daughter Lois twentieth birthday. Those present were or. And mrs. Nels Olson Mable Wayne Ami Ruth mrs. Rachel Nelson dorm Hen James Herbert and Fred Bibbs Anna Jean Starr of Kelley and Roberr. Rutgers. La Vona Larson daughter of or. And mrs. Roy Larson had her tonsils removed it Mary Greeley Hospital saturday morning. Kelley Huxley entertain at dinner party or. And mrs. Guy Wilson entertained at a dinner party sunday at their country Home in Honor of the birthday anniversary of their daughter Lois. Guests were or and mrs. Nels Olson and family mrs Rachel Nelson James Dor Thea Herbert and Gerald Bibbs and Jean Starr and it. T. Ritters. Surprise Courtesy for the Rev. Or. Anderson the Rev. Clarence Anderson was pleasantly surprised monday evening when a group of Young people from the congregational Church of which he is pastor gathered at his Home for a party in Honor of Bis birthday anniversary. Those attending Wert choir members and members of two sunday school classes. Games were played and refreshments were served. V 4 entertain at birthday dinner mrs. Frank toll was hostess at a dinner Given sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Anderson in Honor of the birthday anniversaries of the Rev. Or. Anderson Frank toll and Harold Starr. Those present were the Rev. And mrs. Anderson. Mrs. John Swanson and Harold Starr. 4 4 lutheran Aid meeting thu is. The lutheran ladies Aid met in the Church thursday afternoon with mrs. Goodman Olson Aud mrs Herman Holland As hostesses. A Short program was Given and re-freshment8 were served during the social hour. Cd a group 01 women at a quilt piecing Bee at her Home wednesday afternoon. Those present were mrs. George Val Lorn mrs. Jesse Osmundson mrs. B. J re land mrs. T. C. Thompson. Mrs. Be j. Tett miss Cleo Tett. Mrs. Andy Thompson and mrs. A. O Larson. Its it 4 Dorcas society holds meeting mrs. D. G. Mills was hostess to members of the Dorcas society thursday afternoon at her Home. Mrs. Graves was in charge of the program topic a stewardship of a poem Quot at the Cross roads a was Given by one of the in tubers and a song service was held. Refreshments were served by mrs. Mills at the close of the meeting. The society will meet in two weeks with mrs Henry Christian son. The annual covered dish luncheon meeting will be held at this time and a Good attendance is urged. And mrs. Chris Ersland or. And mrs. Amos laude or. And mrs. Ryen the misses Jones Opheim Johnson. Of her and Belz mrs. A v. Masser mrs. Face Rood. Mrs. K. Be Hedlund mrs. John Nillson mrs. H. Johnson mrs. Samuelson and mrs. A. A. Bottle of Cedar rapids. James Sanders and Little daughter of Sanborn spent the latter part of the week at the Home of or Sanders Mother mrs. Be j. Sanders. The Kensington club meets wednesday afternoon with mrs. J. S. Thompson. Miss Harriett Ballett spent the i week end at her Home near Gifford. Miss Lucille Nelson who is teaching at Britt spent the week end at her Home Here. Or. And mrs. Henry Christiansen j attended the school music Festi Val at Nevada Friday evening. Of n Fincham. Oldest son of or. And mrs. Lester Fincham has been Fuite ill with influenza. He is reported to be improving. Mrs. Holm Mother of mrs. Jake Gjerde and mrs. Hernia humming is seriously ill at the Home of her daughter mrs. Anderson near Radcliffe. Mrs. Malinda Bakke and daughter of Roland or. And mrs. A. L Tweedt and children of Zearing and or. And mrs. Chris imsland and children were sunday guests in the Sam in Twedt Home. Or. And mrs. Be r. Elliott who have been spending the Winter in Sivong Beach cal., returned to their Home Here the first of a lie week. Or. And mrs. George Roberts and or. And mrs. George Turner were guests of a sister mrs. Clarence Stewart near state c liter sunday. Mrs. R. E. Baumgardner and i Ruby or. And mrs. Gordon Lura j and mrs. Ellliott Thompson and Alice were Des Moines visitors saturday. Or. And mrs. Jerry Johnson of Nevada but former Slater residents were business callers in Slater on monday mrs. Dave Fausch of Grimes who recently moved from Slater is confined to her Home with pneumonia. She is improved at this writing. Virgil Chadar of Marshalltown spent a few Days recently at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Pm ii chador. Miss Olive Ersland of Des Moines and or. And mrs. Knute Fursland of Armstrong spent the week end at Home of their parents or. And mrs. Jacob Ersland. Or. And mrs. Leray Fisher of Bolk City were visitors at the Bert Sutter Home tuesday. Or. And mrs. John Herman and or. And mrs. Bert Sutter attended a meeting of the Boone county legion and auxiliary at Madrid monday night. Robert Colflesh was the speaker. Mrs. Jacob Ersland is at or. Millers Hospital in Estherville for a few weeks treatment. Mrs. Lotus Christopher employed in Des Moines spent the week end with her folks or. And mrs. Army Christopher. Or. And mrs. Henry Paulson of Forest City were Over the week end visitors at the Home of mrs. Paulson s parents or. And mrs. Jacob Ersland. Unity singing led by w. Be Maake stad. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the program 4 4 4 members attend club party Friday a group of members from the Kelley 4-h club with or. Cheney vocational agriculture instructor and Ferris George local Leader attended the county 4-11 club party at North Grant school Friday evening. Those attending were. Frank and Vernice George Feva May Sutter. Arnold Skromme Raymond Reinertson Melvin and Vera Tyler Betty Beeler Raymond Lowman Virgil and Harold Sorenson. Edwin Holland Everett and Glen Reinertson. Herbert Bibbs Weldon Kingsbury Kenneth Hutchinson. Milton Laverne and Herbert Sheldahl. The Kelley club held its regular meeting monday night in the Kelley school. Or. Cheney gave a very interesting and educational talk on the poultry project. New methods of raising Chicks were discussed. Kenneth Hutchinson gave a talk on a useful and harmful farm he told of habits color length diet and usefulness or destructiveness on the farm of approximately 40 Birds. Following the Short business session refreshments were served by Melvin and Vera Tyler and Ken net i Olson. Farm Bureau and 4 h clubs is hostess at evening party i miss ii la entertained j at a delightful veins party thursday at the Martin Maland Home guests being a group of teachers and friends. Gam s were the diversion of the evening and refreshments were served at a late hour. Guests were miss i Amoreaux miss Lewis miss Margaret Ber How miss Pauline Wiliams mrs. Mcmallow mrs. Clart Nee a Raven and mrs. To Iii Olson. Entertain at pre nuptial party mrs. Vinal Alleman. Mrs. Albert Miller and mrs. Ben Hoke entertained at a miscellaneous Shower Friday afternoon at the Ilo Kol Home As a pre nuptial Courtesy for miss Beatrice Alleman. Gann s and a cant a Ware enjoyed and a mock wedding was featured. Taking part were to Ila Larson of Slater Groom Ben Hokel Bride mrs. In it link i. Minister i Burton Larson Bride s Mother i Richard Alleman ring heart a Carl i Hokel Flower girl. I refreshments were served by the 1 hostesses. The honoree received Many use a Ful and Lovely gifts. Those present Wert mrs. Martin Johnson of Kelley Tilla Larson of Slater mrs. Roy Alleman and Beatrice mrs. Bart Hokel of All Man. Mrs. Oliver Johnson i firmest Nelson and or Thurman Johnson of Cambridge mramos Larson. Or. Sanford sydness and Marjorie mrs Palmer Anderson mrs. Eels Holland Jean de Larson mrs. Lars Erickson mrs. De Hiland and mrs. Thomas Erickson. Franklin to p. Bloomington p. T. A. Meeting the Bloomington Parent Leacher association meeting which was postponed for one week will a held Friday evening at k o clock in the school. Each family is a a cd to bring frosted Cream state Center entertains missionary group mrs. James in Allison entertained the Home us a missionary society of the state Center Federated churches at her Home Friday afternoon mrs. C. Ii. Mcmahon the president presided at the business session and mrs. J. L. Mcmahon was in charge of the devotional i he i is son for the afternoon was women and missions with mrs. E in Schilling conducting the discussion Mig James Sim to us of Fairfield was a guest or. And mrs. Ray Crane of Trenton mo., old time residents of Khz Ley visited at the Carl Rosenfeld Home last week. Clifford Burr of Cedar rapids ram thursday afternoon to the Home of hts parents. Or. And mrs. Mark Burr returning late the same night. They All visited his sister. Kila at the lutheran Hospital in Des Moines it arlier in the evening. Mrs. Hannah Craig is visiting at the Home of her son d. L. Craig and family West of town. Or. And mrs. Frank Southerland of Nevada w it re sunday afternoon callers at the Edwin Holland and Frank Sutter Homes. Avron Gaulke of Dows spent last week at the Bonn of Bis brother Harry Gaulke Aud family who took him to ins Home saturday returning to k Ley sunday afternoon. Stanley Ford. Who is stationed at it. I Moines in the a. Cece silent the week end at the Home of his Ber. Mrs. Minnie Ford. Or. And mrs. Edwin Holland were Des Moines visitors thursday afternoon. Mrs. Sam Anderson off gets Moines babe n spending the past week at the Home of her sister mrs. Lena Tendeland. Both were gusts at the Home of mrs. Ole weeks Friday. Miss Lois Wilson and r. T. Kit forgers were entertained at a birthday party saturday at the Home of or. And mrs. Ruetter in Honor 01 miss Lois a and mrs. Ruetters birthdays. Mccallsburg Bethany Aid meeting thurs the Bethany ladies Aid will meet in the Parish Holts. Thursday afternoon with mrs Berger 1ms-11nd and mrs m o. Haukoos As Host uses. A # a is hostess at quilting Bee mrs. A nera Mussen enc train Slater Are hosts at birthday dinner or. And mrs. Clarence Clark were hosts at a 6 30 dinner monday evening in Honor of the birthday anniversary of their son Ralph. A decorated birthday cake formed the table Centrepiece and those present included. Or. And mrs. Ralph Clark or. And mrs Morrill Nervig or. And mrs. Clarence a Lark Marshall Robert and Miriam. Anniversary meeting embroidery club the members of the embroidery 1 bib entertained at a dinner party Friday evening at tile Home of or. And mrs. Dave Schroedr r and celebrated at this time the Twenty fifth anniversary of the club. Husbands of members were guests at this time. The three course dinner was served at Small tables a color scheme of Green and White being effectively us d in the table appointments. The waitresses wore Green Caps and aprons. Mrs. Dave Schroeder and mrs. Tom Rawson were club Host sees. A program followed the dinner and included a history of the club. Mrs. A. A. Bottle first president of the club Reading i Gladys of Loim play let. A memories a written by mrs. George Stigler with the following cast mrs. Rawson Cecil Walker Bertha Rood Lohla Auld George stinger. Agnes Schrceder mrs Walker. Mrs. Skortman Maude Steinb r. Myrtle Mcbride Alma Sabo Haz i Btu he. Helen Schroeder Anna Skortman. Lbs Gladys Opheim and miss Thelma Johnson were awarded prizes in the picture guessing contest. Thre charter members of the j Hub were present mrs. John incl min mrs. Tom Rawson and mrs. A. Bottle. I vending til affair Wert or. J and mrs. Tom Rawson. Or. And j or Charles Rawson. Or and mrs. I Nels Sabo or and mrs. Henry i Buche or. And mrs. George suit i Ler or and mrs we b. Mcbride or. And mrs George Carroll or. Country 4-h clubs hold party Friday officers for the Story county 4-h boys club were elected Friday evening at tile county wide party held at North Grant school for members of 4-h boys and girls clubs. They Are George gaunt Lincoln live wires president Harlow Mcbride Lincoln live wire vice president Merritt Canady Lafayette 4-h club Secretary treasurer George Clark Onward boys club reporter. Approximately 300 persons attended the affair and a special feature was the presentation of awards to outstanding club members in tile county according to t. S. Owen. Assistant county agent. H. J. Montgomery county agent made the pro it station. Those honoured Wert. Joe Duea Champion livestock club member of Story county who received the Thomas f7 Wilson award Juth Henry son Champion sheep club member and Lois Wilson for record and general club activities. Certificates were also presented by mrs. J. I. Mather country girls club chairman to Happy hearts club of Washington township and to the sunny South servers of Grant township for having met All of file state requirements for Standard 4-h clubs. Paul be Tuff assistant director of Extension at Iowa state College. Spoke briefly and told of the record contests for 1934. Or. Taylor j medical advisor to women at Iowa state College emphasized the importance of physical examinations. Entertainment features on the program included song a the Clover Leaf a by Violet Toms accompanied by Margaret Huff two selections by the a phobos a male quartet from Zearing humorous Rading Opal Robinson and Corn Coykendall la or. A administration engr. In recounting the term of service at. The state Highway commission of Claud Coykendall candidate for reelection to the City Council from the second Ward in the summary of candidates published in the Tri Bune times tuesday an error in the dates occurred or. Coy Kandall stated. He served la years As administration Engineer from 1919 to 1923, and from 1927 to the present. Time. He was a District Engineer from 1913 to 1919. Four villages 80ld Istanbul up a a Rich jew of Palestine is reported to have purchased four villages in the Djebel Druz zone of Syria for $65,000. The villages Are to be evacuated within six months to make Way for the in4 spallation of jewish immigrants. Now you can get in new Orleans modern efficient service at one of America s most famous hotels the or. Charles new furnishings new management. New equipment includes new Beds and Beauty rest mattresses. Popular prices. When in new Orleans see the St. Charles Art collection on the Mezzanine a More than too Art treas no charge. Urr to. W j. Of or Art manager direction Dinkler hotels co., inc. Carling Dinkler president in you. Ca smoke Fife Stead by. Because they never get of your nerves. Never tire your taste Tilden Spring Coats. The Dressy Type coat for Spring comes under one of five classes 1. The wind blown. 2. The straight line coat with soft rever treatment. 3. The coat with the Cape Collar. 4. The fur trin med coat using Gaylae kid skin or mole for trimming. 5. The Scarf Collar coat. Sport Coats Divide themselves into two important groups 1. The Reefer Type. 2. The coat emphasizing soft detailed treatment. Fabrics Are tweeds. Twists. Spongy woolens. Wool crepes. A it in selecting our Coats we have been particularly mindful of three things i our Coats must not be we follow fashion closely but always keep in mind that Coats must usually be worn More than one season and will be most satisfactory of they Are not too extreme. 2 workmanship and fabrics must be of known Excel Lence. 3 linings must be of a Quality to assure durability Iti Dressy Coats should be 9 to to inches from the floor this season. Sport coat. To inches from the floor. A t a new slips. A Are they Ion enough Quot that it the question we re asked a dozen times a Day in our slip Section. These Are. Moreover they re of excellent Quality silk nicely made and they re Only $198. Three styles offered White with White lace eyelet embroidered and Plain tailored a have Hollywood tops. A it j a birthdays. Do you have one tomorrow if you do we have a birthday present for you if you xxx ill come to the store for it. Our birthday club i growing. Join it on your birthday. A it i a Tilden so dependable since 1869
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