Ames Daily Tribune Times in Ames, Iowa
2 Oct 1936

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2 Oct 1936

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Ames Daily Tribune Times (Newspaper) - October 02, 1936, Ames, IowaMcday october 1938 Ames daily Tribune Ames Iowa pa01 tv111 history div meeting monday the first meeting of the new year of the history and literature division of the Ames woman club will be held monday after noon in the City Library auditorium at the theme of the years work will be the Nobel prize winners and interesting programs have been planned the program will open with american music mrs w e Jones will sing a group of americ an Folk songs and miss Barbara Bush will give popular selections at each meeting of the division a member of the scribblers club will present a feature at the initial meeting mrs a b Maxwell will present slips that pass in the night this department Spon sors the scribblers club whose main object is creative writing miss Dora Tompkins of the engllish department at Iowa state col lege will discuss How Why and where of Nobel prizes and re Riew the Book review of life of Alfred Nobel written by regnar Sohlman and Henrik Schuck All members and former Mem Bers of the division Are cordially invited to attend the meeting hostesses Are mrs George n Graves miss Clara Alpin mrs c w Austin mrs 0 l Yeomans mrs e f Burton mrs Guy Dodds mrs w s Rupe mrs Boyd Remington and mrs a Hender son s is honoured with birthday party mrs Homer Beach was honoured at a very delightful dinner party Given tuesday evening at the Home of her parents or and mrs Knute Stensland Southeast of Roland in Celebration of her birth Day anniversary the dinner was served cafeteria style to 33 guests mrs Beach received Many Lovely a purse of Money the guests were or and mrs t n Dueland Norma and Rob Ert of Nevada or and mrs Arthur Beach Tillie Esta and Anna Beach of Ames or and mrs Ern est Beach and Joyce miss Delor is Whiticker of Zearing or and mrs Nolan Ostrem and Kenneth of Jewell Marie Hauskins of Mccallsburg or and mrs Herman Yankoos or and mrs Ray Peck mrs Ria Sorem Ole Bajas Ikins and Byron Raymond Breen or and mrs k Stensland Albert Mcdow Ell All of Roland Andorn and mrs Homer Beach and daughter Helen 8 to entertain evening div the first fall meeting of the eve Ning division of the Ames Wom ans club will be heu monday eve Ning at at the Home of mrs Roy Cottrill 203 Lincoln Way this will be a guest night arid members Are privileged1to bring guests the pot Luck supper will be ser esd at and each one is asked to bring a covered dish sandwiches and table service assisting hostesses Are mrs Earl j Penney mrs ii r Long mrs d a Morrison the program for the evening vill consist of a Book review by mrs Arthur r Mclaughlin Dairy meeting monday the Dairy Dames will hold their first fall meeting at the Home of mrs a w Rudnick 214 South Russell Avenue monday afternoon at dinner meeting Bercy Ron club the Betsy Ross Junior girls club will hold a pot Luck supper meet ing at 6 Oclock Friday evening at the Home of Evelyn Wilcox 313 fifth Street 4 to speak at child study meet j l Larson superintendent of the Ames schools will be guest speaker at the regular meeting of the child study division of the Ames woman club monday after noon at at the Home of mrs h w Schneider to held initial Green lantern party the College group of the collegiate methodist Church will hold its first Green lantern party of the new school year saturday evening at g Oclock the party will be in the form of a scavenger Hunt and at the close of the Hunt a stunt play will be presented by the Wesley players the remainder of the evening will spent in singing and refresh ments will he served modern literature meeting monday eve the modern literature division of the faculty women club win meet monday evening at at the Home of m a Sharp Donald j e is the program for the evening will consist of a review of vein of Iron Ehen Glasgow by Cather Ine Steinmetz All faculty a few Art Tivit m to attend Cahrm Friday league women voters Art club fortnightly club ladles scottish society Olive Branch Circle Cleman club Loyal woman class Betsy Ross club Samaritans saturday a a u w Tea Happy eight club Garfield Avenue club Green lantern party monday mod literature f w c evening div a w c scribblers club a w c d a r Dairy Dames history lit div a w c child study div a w c Tel As formerly scheduled a newspaper program is being featured with mrs s w Needham As the speaker on preparation of manuscripts Roll Call is to be answered by giving news flashes entertain Franklin country club tues or and mrs Andy Reilly entertained the members of the West j county society and locals Ning at their country Home near Ontario a 7 Oclock dinner was served cafeteria style and the Evenin missionary group in meeting the women foreign Mission Ary society of the first methodist Chuich met thursday with mrs w a Mcdonald thirty five Mem Bers and guests were present and enjoyed a very interesting pro Gram the society is studying Africa and the Congo thru out the year definite study of the country its people customs religion and need of evangelization will be made meetings Are oper to anyone interested new officers installed Are mrs Fred Nacolis president mrs William r Whitfield first vice president mrs j a Harvey Sec Ond vice president mrs w a Mcdonald third vice president mrs will quiche recording Secre tary mrs g h Luglan corresponding Secretary mrs George Miller stewardship Secretary mrs c b Murray mite Box Secre tary miss Lela Mcdonald transportation chairman an interesting talk was Given by mrs Charles Patterson who with or Patterson is in the United states on a furlough from Mission Ary work in Singapore of Jalay mrs Patterson who has spent the past six years in Singapore told of the picturesque country its peo ple and details regarding schools and hospitals or Patterson who is taking graduate work at Iowa state College worked under Bishop Edwin f Lee abroad special musical numbers were Given by mrs w e Jones Illinois people in reunion sunday All former residents of Cham pain county Illinois and their fam Ilies Are invited to attend a get together sunday oct 4 at Dolliver state Park Southeast of fort Dodge persons attending Are asked to meet at the Centra Cabin Between 10 and 11 a m with Basket dinner and table service Coffee will be furnished w h b club the regular meeting of the w h b club was held wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs Richard Kirby with 18 members and the following guests present mrs Mary Penfield mrs a mrs Thomas Johnson of Ames and miss Lucille Mather and mrs Bateman the program which followed the Short business session was on the author Edgar guest refreshments were served Dur ing the social hour by the hostess assisted by mesdames Killius Swenson Spring and miss Lucille Mather plans Are being made for a fall picnic at the next meeting Date announcement regarding this will be made later Samaritans meeting Friday Tula Sanctorum of the Samari tans will meet at 8 p m Friday evening in the i 0 o f Hall initiation will be held and refresh ments Are to be served pc Kappa Phi to give Tea Courtesy members of the Kappa Phi collegiate methodist sorority will entertain at a Tea sunday afternoon at in the Church basement honouring new methodist girls who Are attending Iowa state College and others interested the first program will consist of a review of the lives of women in the Hall of Fame and will be presented in costumes of the apes Misa Cleone Crook tvs in the Nev president of the sorority which has for its aim every University woman of today a Leader in the Church of tomorrow Serif Cclara club metting first of the scrib s club will in held monday aft at in iffy Library of at so few Mitor Story City mrs Selmer Thorsbakken re turned Home monday from a two Wicks visit with her Mother in Dallas wis Opal Hertsen who is employed Franklin country club tuesday Vejin Des Moines is enjoying a two weeks vacation with Homo folks or and mrs k s Olson Myrtle and Arnold returned to their Home in Kenyon Minn tuesday after a was spent in dancing the Home visit with relatives or and mrs Robert Larimer of Chicago Are visiting at the parcs Lal c l Johnson Home or and mrs de Sunley of new Vork x y visited sunday at the Home of the letters sister mrs Robert Kalseim the sunless Are moving from new Vork to Indiana Rev and mrs Kenneth Rapp of Newburg visited Story City friends tuesday the or and mrs John Ramsey Aud family spent the weekend with relatives in Kanawha mrs Tillie Donhowe spent the weekend in Des Moines Esther Howland of Marshall Ion spent the weekend with j was decorated in an attractive manner with bowls of late Garden Flowers thirty live members at tended the meeting and guests Werc or and mrs will Scott of Mankato Minn or and mrs John Lee Carroll and Gail of Cambridge mrs Harry Nelson and Josephine of near Mackey or and mrs j j Klingseis of Ames and or and mrs Floyd Tenor of Ontario sororities hold Lovely dinner parties continuing with the round of colourful and Clever parties for the it thing reek Iowa state College sororities held dinner parties thursday evening at their various Home folks or and mrs a m Henderson enjoyed a visit Over the weekend of houses a japanese party As the Selec their daughter Mildred Tion of the Kappa Delta sorority North held inn for its dinner feature thursday Alice Paxison of Des Moines Toto Lovely japanese Maidens pent sunday with Home folks Theressa Dale mrs Helma Kropp and mrs c f Johnson were Des Moines callers saturday greeted the guests As they entered much of the food served at the Din Ner was genuine japanese food and included Rice cakes and Cook ies chop Sticks were used the Alpha Delta i sorority held a childrens party thursday eve Ning the table was decorated with toy animals and a special program was featured a Gay cabaret party was Given for rushes by the Chi Omega girls thursday evening the dinner was served at Small tables each Center de with tall tapers Bright balloons Hung about the room and dancing was enjoyed Between courses an artist dinner was held at the Alpha Gamma Delta chapter House with actives in smocks and Clever berets receiving the guests before the dinner hour rushes exhibited special work at this time artist easel place cards were used on the tables covered with checked cloths Matching napkins used the dinner was served at Small tables a football dinner was featured by the Delia Polta Delta sorority for thursday nights event place cards represented i blankets and tenants and banners provided the right atmosphere a special feature of the dinner was the ice Cream football holds College songs were Sung an unusual and Clever cello Phane dinner party was Given by the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority thurs Day evening cellophane Flowers decorated the tables and the Tophane napkins had the initials of the sorority on them an attractive Silhouette formal party was the entertainment of the i Beta Phi girls for thursday eve Ning the Black and White colors were emphasized in the menu and appointments silo Tibetts of Rush yes were Cut during the pasty hours a Lovely informal Buffet supper was Given by1 the Gamma Phi Beta sorority a social hour followed the supper Estad and Robert of Ames and or and mrs Albert Hill and fam Ity the table was entered with a beautifully decorated birthday cake baked by his granddaughter Sara s Aid holds work meeting mrs Ray Harrison was hostess 10 the United Brethren Ladus and House guests accompanied by mrs Galen erf Iehl and mrs Jack White spent the Day in pcs mines Kelley entertains sunday school class thurs mrs Ben Breiu Uland Host to members of the Goodwill sunday school class of the congregational Church at her Home afternoon ten members Here present and guest were mis Hole Allen mrs Gerald Sutter and thursday afternoon the time a sales Krant Hanul in tying a comforter for mrs Yeager whose Home was recently j Fig destroyed by fire those present were mrs Harold to 2 for the Republican nominee fourteen of the 21 states Stec in the previous weeks tally show Landou gaining slightly this week his vote decreases percent age Wise in six others and no change is recorded in one Roosevelt to Date carries the ten states of Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi Missouri Oklahoma Tex As and Utah which represents 111 electoral votes the state returns Landon ahead in Arizona California Colo Rado Iowa Idaho Kansas Illinois Maine meeting opened with group g and devotions Wero Minnesota Montana Indiana Michigan Nebraska new Jurse new York North of mrs d l Craig Chap j da5iota Ohio Oregon Pennsyl Vania South Dakota and Wash res mrs Catron mrs Kingdon officers elected for the coming Kington which Lia e a local mrs Mckee mrs Geo Clawson Eai Inlet mud mrs John swansonp0108 in the electoral College a resident mrs John Kiniery vice Lemke does not have a plurality mrs Zike and mrs Hinkle president mrs Ben Brendeland or and mrs Geo Egbert and Secretary Mary Tyler treas in Beulah Olson of Minneapolis re mrs d l Craig chaplain attorn Panid by mrs Boyd Gard ars George Stan reporter Ner of Rochester spent a few Days was taken into in any state from which ballots Are reported thus far in Minne Sola and North Dakota the j Union candidate gets a Little less than 10 percent of each states the g c Bullard Horine the pc class membership at this time vote former Are cousins of or Bullard either guests were or and mrs Arthur Lewis and Patty and Sally mrs f a Warner Ada mrs c s Kent Aud mrs l d Woods spent tuesday afternoon with mrs Howard Mason at Slater miss Louise Zam Brunner of Chicago was a recent guest of it was decided that each Mem tier respond to Roll Call during the coming year wih a scripture verse starting next meeting Date work was done on a quilt luncheon was served at close of the afternoon the october meeting will mrs Max Elverts the be farm Bureau and 4h dubs meeting is postponed the regular meeting of the Friendly Farmer ettes 4h club has been postponed Camp fire news the Thaha group at Welch school have elected officers for the new year they Are Velda scan lao president Annabelle ver non Rice president Anne oilman Secretary Rosemary Lindstrom treasurer Mary Rothacker reporter next tuesday the group will take a hike and eat lunch out of doors Convene on Iowa University program prof Blair Converse head of the technical journalism depart ment of Iowa state College will direct a feature writing contest at the University of Iowa eleventh newspaper conference to be held in Iowa City oct 9 and 10 the conference is the annual meeting of the Iowa High school press association which meets alternately at he University of i Iowa Grinnell College Drake i University Iowa stale of i Kleven journalist most of them or Iowa weekly newspapers have teen chosen As speakers at the conference or and mrs a l born and mrs Halleland motored to Mason City sunday to help celebrate the birthday of their daughter and granddaughter mrs John Adams or and mrs w e Erickson Morris and Gerhard and or and mrs k s Olson Myrtle and Arn old were sunday dinner guests at the August Rasmussen Home in Des Moines Nora Jorgenson was a Des Moines caller wednesday mrs r g Kalseim mrs Leon ar1 Peterson and mrs de Sunley and mrs Harry Stark of Ames spent monday in Des Monef Eunice Kalseim of Adel spent the weekend at the parental r g Kalseim Home Dorothy Ahrens returned to her studies at a i b Des Moines monday after spending the week end with Home folks Mamie Christensen spent the weekend in Mason City Harlan Nibe has left for dec Oran where he has secured employment or and mrs Harry Stark and son Dale of Ames and or and mrs f truer Wendell and son Pete of Nevada were sunday dinner guests j at the r g Kalseim borne j or and mrs Clarence Reischauer and family up fit the forepart of h week in Winnebago Minn at the Fred Thatcher Home 1 or and mrs Herbert Emmons find son of Kanawha have been visiting at the parental l j Townswick Home mrs e l save raid is enjoying a visit from her daughter inlaw mrs a m Severeid of Seattle Wash mrs Mary Secrest of Omaha neb is visiting at the a j Sowers Home or and mrs j a b Larson Are enjoying a visit from their son Cecil of Harlan Ruth Howland of marshal town visited saturday with Home folks Constance Jaco Hubn who is Tak ing a business course in Des Moines and Georgia Johnson who is taking a course in Beauty cut1 tire were weekend visitors Here or and mrs Gerald Howland and family spent the weekend re re the Gus Archeske family has moved from the Berden residence to the mrs Martin Anderson Resi Dence in the North part of town the j m Gertsen family has moved to the place vacated by Arch cakes the Martin Olson family has a iced to the mrs 0 m Olson is residence or and mrs Ern Ert Monseu Are moving to the mar tin Olson property the Wilmar Jewell family Bas moved to the residence vacated by i William Sherwood who moved to i a Braska or and mrs a 0 Rasmussen rep moving from an acreage West of town to the mrs Joe Larson residence vacated by the Jasper Kri Cocson family or and mrs Parker severe id Are moving to a apartment in the mrs p m Phillops residence Cambridge missionary group meets mrs Arthur Simpson entertained i foreign missionary society and several guests in her Home wed or Day sept 30 devotionals were by mrs Flora Marston and minutes of the last meeting Werp read by mrs j Davis mrs Irene Ruland read the Les son and a poem by mrs Arthur was enjoyed guests present were mrs c m Fison mrs Var cd Clawson mrs Smith Ami mrs c c Omara 1 Trcoli was raved by the hostess mrs Dau Inglis she is a teacher of music it f 5 t f or and mrs Lawrence Mason of Lail Cloel s or Colci fuyo hoga Falls o were callers in the c m Mason Home tuesday the Rev t j Petit and wife were sunday dinner guests in the c a Neel Home or and mrs will Walker and son also mrs Ida Bartlett of Salt Ike City Utah called on friends in gently or and mrs Charles Richardson left by bus on a Western trip they expect to be gone several Over Roosevelt reduced again Roosevelt cuts Landon Lead again to less than 3 to 2 As first votes Are tabulated from 10 additional states in the fifth report of the literary digests nationwide presidential poll the Little son of or and mrs Landon is shown receiving 43s Guy Jennings is seriously ill in n601 votes to Roosevelt 282524 Des Moines mastoid and Lemkes 29083 out of a total double of 756807 ballots tallied from 31 or and mrs David Ringe Imberg states vere Des Moines shoppers tues first returns from Arizona and Day j Oregon give a slight plurality each Glen Mead has returned Home to Landon from Waterloo where he has been Utah enters the Roosevelt col employed erecting silos Timu with its initial Batch of bal or and mrs Clarence Spencer lots As does Missouri were Des Moines shoppers Mon the Early returns from Idaho try Montana and Washington indicate mrs Foss Mccauley has re Tiraj Landon leading by nearly 3 to 2 in a Home from the Hospital mrs d w Mccrary of Lake City Imd mrs Leta fickle of Clarion each of the states first returns from Illinois and Michigan give Landon better than rent several Days in the c 2 to 1 Lead and South Dakota is feel Home on tuesday mrs shown voting approximately Lemkes percentage of the pop ular vote ranges from 4 to 7 per cent in Lova Louisiana Michigan new York Ohio and South Dak Ota in All other states he gets less than 4 percent answers to test questions below Are the answers to test printed on Page Cne 1 Lancelot and Elaine 2 South Carolina 3 the Bible does not state 4 thirteen 5 Amherst mass 6 Winner ago Lake 7 Brahms Bach and Beethoven s a negro King of Haiti 9 Excelsior 10 Charies Dickens Rayon nighties 98c a Fine knitted Rayon in gowns lace or tailored trim a Range of sires for gifts or personal use velveteen gorgeous Rich shades in the velveteen for suits skirts blouses or trimming use butterick patterns blankets dont forget you will have to keep warm this Winter now is the time to Stock up on Liis reversible Blan Ket Satin bound ends size 70x80 lust what youve always wanted in stockings there grand for for and Best for Price ask 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