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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - April 15, 1912, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 45ames, Iowa monday april 15, 1912 number 89 miss Schreiner High school principal resigns miss Matey Schreiner principal of the Ames High school for the past six years has resigned to take effect at the close of the school year. Miss Schreiner expects to go to Albia and thinks she will Lake a Complete rest until january when she May enter an Eastern College for special work. About in year ago miss Schreiner was ill and obliged to it it give up her school work for three weeks but the rest Dure ing the summer vacation so strengthened her that since taking up the work in september she has not missed a Day of teaching and comes to the end of the school year much improved hut she believes that a year of rest from school work will be Worth much to her and give her time and Opportunity to take up the special work in which she is interested. During the six years miss Schreiner has been principal of the Ames High school die won the hearts of pupils and patrons by her firm but gentle methods of dealing with Purposing problems the teachers with whom she a been associated for so Long will miss her for she has been so genial and so fair minded in All that pertains to the duties of a High school principal. In s a King of her plans miss Schreiner said a it will be very hard to part Trout the pupils and teachers who have Iwen so Loyal in every Way. Yet i feel that j have done right in resigning Begum. I needed the rest. Everything in connection with Ray ufos in ame has been so pleasant and agreeable that the leaving will be very hard. The new High school building which has become a reality during superintendent Hicks administration has been talked of Ever since i first came to Ames and i am no glad to have been Here Long enough to see the building really in process of construction. It will mean an equipment Long needed for the High school wot k. Ames is to be congratulated upon tins splendid Prospect for enlarged opportunities for the High school wherever miss Schreiner goes. Or in whatever line of work she May take up the people of Ames will a ways be deeply interested in her Success and will Hope that the rest May completely restore her to health. Sunday school boost at Christian Church splendid services were the order of the Day at the Christian Church yesterday at the rally. The Day service w As ushered in by Aline sunday school session followed by the morning address Given by ii. M. Hopkins of Kentucky the National superintendent of sunday school work. It want full of meat and All Felt Well repaid for attending. In the afternoon or. Hopkins and or. Fisher met the workers from the various churches in Eonta or ence on sunday school methods Aud a deep interest w has shown by All. In the evening a Large audience greeted state superintendent Fisher who addressed them on a the to Salton of the Church and the sunday school of the he in an Earnest speaker and makes one feel a he does that the Church has been neglecting on of the greatest items of the great commission the teaching part. Both of these men will by Welcome at any time they May sew fit to make Ames a visit in the future. Or. Dyer Eye ear nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. Attended 64th wedding anniversary saturday mrs. S. I. Laughran visit with relatives in Des Moines Friday and saturday saturday she had the pleasure of being present at tile dinner party in Celebration of the 04th wedding anniversary of or Aud my. S. J. Loughran people Well known in 11�?Tn Moines and Ames. Or. J. S. Loughran is a brother of or. Al Laughran of this City and until just recently has been doing government work in Des Moines. Try Tinsley of watch work at Gam Blote drug store 3tf Corn collodion compound for corns 25c at Carwins. Avoid substitutes. 71-ti advertised letter list Anderson Johnnie Culbertson. Harry do mining h. D Davis Vera Graves Willard Bandel it unit he t it. Jacobs Orville Magnus Alford Newman Frank Derry e. W. Smith c. H. Snyder r. H. Sorenson Carl l. M. Bosworth d m. Intelligencer ads the Best. R pair 99 if you Haven t seen our line of Linen and Wash dresses yet come in some time this week and look them Over. It is the greatest line shown anywhere. Very handsome graduation dresses children a pretty dresses in Percale and Gingham nifty White dresses for Little misses neatly trimmed with embroidery and lace. All at very moderate prices. Quot the fair Ames Iowa ii big Cyclone hit Boone county set carried houses and Trees High into the air and demolished them. Ames and destroying a number of buildings. From there it went through Jasper county and hit Grinnell Malcom Brooklyn. Keokuk and washing ii gum counties and on to i. Pleasant. At Grinnell 39 people were killed and injured. Property amounting to $400,000 was destroyed in Grinnell and $600,000 outside. The storm travelled Ito mib s. The weather r aim a people realized saturday afternoon about i of clock that an atmospheric disturbance was ring on of no Small importance. It was the ragged Edge of a Tornado that wrecked Houst s. Barns Orchards and to Miler land a Brev Miles West in Boone county. Min it. Ii Swain a sister of mrs George Mellor was an Eye witness of the terrible storm. She arrived this morning from Ogden fora visit with her Ames friends. Mrs. Swain understands the meaning of a Tornado. This was her second Enji Prience in a funnel Cloud and sh1 knows what they mean. Saturday at croon about 4 of clock she was at Home alone except her Little boy. She was baking bread when she it it that awful stillness and Calm which marked the atmosphere preceding the Grinnell Cyclone which had its Vart in the same neighbourhood. Rho chickens and the farm animals seemed uneasy and sniff d the air As though fearing danger. The. Clouds were4 gathering and the Birds cried piteously anti dodged Hen and there trying to find shelter from danger As though fleeing from the pirates of the air. Ii win the same awfully depressing air which or. Swain experienced Lune i ds2. She was not surprised Mon after to e the funnel Sharied Cloud appear. Rile storm was preceded by a terrible Down pour it rain and a Hail storm As severe As tie Hail storm which visited thames Chautauqua last August. The ground a covered with Hail. Dun Cain the crash of Tho great Black Cloud which dabbled ire elephant s trunk up through the Valley it he Des Moines. It shifted from Side to Side never follow ing a straight line in its tour of destruction. Mrs. Swain did not observe it very Long. When she saw it moving in the direction of her Home she remained above ground no longer. Picking up her Young son she fled to the Ceiler. She could heat the cracking All about the House and the terrible rumble of the storm which sounded like a great freight train crossing a Bridge. Every moment she expected the House to go from Over them hut it kept its place. When it was Over she found the out houses had disappeared except the Bain which was tipped from the foundation hut remained. Trees and ire tops had been broken off a Fence Post had been pulled out and carried away. The Swain Home was not in the path of the worst damage. Near to the Swain Home was the Ford Home which was lifted in the air it it elated by someone who saw it to have gone 400 feet skyward. There it was twirled around with the rapidity of a circular saw. Then it was broken into fragments and scattered to the four winds mrs f brit who is a cripple having lost a Brab a Short time ago was lying near the stove when Iii storm picked the House and she was taken on the exciting excursion into space. She was found in the Field after the storm with the stove almost As close to be t As it was is Lien she was in the House. I the fire was still burning in Iii stove but there was no House near. She did no it i Csc consciousness but mrs. Swain nays that mrs Ford re not a Hie to Bdl much about the trip to the Clouds. With mrs. Ford in the House was her son. Ile was at the North Entrance to the House and did not see the approaching Cloud. He lit some distance from his Mother and was not injured or. Ford had gone to the barn to close the doors. The barn with its contents were moved some distance. Or. Ford received slight injuries. Orchards and Timber land in the path of the storm Are ruined. What became of the Cloud it travelled North i rom near Moin Gona and then shifted East. It has not been traced since. It had its Start practically in the same place where the awful death dealing Cyclone of 18x2 swung Down through Story county cutting a Swath through the Timber South of j democrats want Parley Sheldon for Delegate the mass convention it Nevada brought out a Large number of democrats and a harmonious meeting was t he result. Parley Sheldon was made chairman an far l. Little Secretary. There was no tight in the convention and the Delegate n were not instructed except that Tho convention endorsed col Sheldon Fin Delegate to the National convention. The delegates to the state Cen vent Ion at Burlington Are Jamon Mcdoy dido. Parley Sheldon and Carl Little Ames j. To Matheny and Lafe Mckim Nevada w. In Thompson. Collins. Fair tonight and tuesday cooler tonight. Probably Frost tonight. April 15 in american history. 1032�?gwrge Calvert lord Baltimore projector of the Colony of Mary land. Died born 1582. 1801�?lincoln�?Ts first Call for Dun a to enforce the Laws in states whiff had passed or Din a Lites of seers skin 18g5 Abraham Lincoln sixteenth president of the United states died in Washington born in Hardin county. Kyd a feb. 12, 18014. Teachers association meeting saturday astronomical events from noon today to noon tomorrow Sun sets 0 40, raters Yiu. Evening stars Mars Saturn. Morning Atar Venus Jupiter. Mercury. Over 2,000 people visited a Holun opening saturday. Not Pinta Diug the rain the Olsan building presented the appearance of reception. To embody was Happy and All carried away carnations. It was Olsan do sure Section no. 5 of the Story county teachers association will hold its regular meeting in the High school Assembly saturday at 2 of clock. The following program will be Given with a View to making the meeting of value and interest to All. The co operation of All teachers a readiness to contribute something to the meeting and a Large attendance Are factors that make Ani meeting a Success. Tile program will include a some practical methods by Nellie Iverson and Avis Smith. A practical work in English Ivi Niuro grades by kale Lysinger grammar grades by Marcia Hadley High school by Estelle Bray Rural schools a Ruby Britton. Quot a teachers ideals by miss Maud Wakefield. A practical work in geography by miss Ada Scott. An address a the work of the Iowa state boys and girls clubs by prof e. Bishop. General discussion will follow to e papers and addresses. Watch Ames grow. V f Tinsley architect Helof you build see me about plans have them drawn by one who knows the principles it design 609 n w ave phone 182 j h6etilden store women a misses and children a outfitters get the most for your Money is pretty generally a Good policy to follow whenever there is to be an outlay whether Large or Small. And ii can be especially Well applied to the buying of clothes. Every element of service and Worth however should be taken into consideration. Nowadays there is a new fashion for each season therefore if you Are to receive the full style Worth from your clothes you must become an Early buyer that you May enjoy them from the very beginning to the end of the period their particular style represents. In wearing apparel the tailor made suits should be first to receive your attention. Every Day you put off selecting a new suit or coat you Are depriving yourself of just so much of the pleasure of wearing it. Well dressed women and misses who value the distinctive features in dress will have no trouble in finding in our extensive showing of exclusive models garments that will be especially becoming to their individual style. I tailor made suits special values in smart models Serge dresses adaptations of models of French designers morning and afternoon dresses we have a great Many pretty styles to sell. Copies of Superb models. An unusually Fine showing evening gowns the More elaborate creations. Adaptations of imported models. Special showing of smart Serge and Novelty Wool Coats in Navy Blue and the new shades of tans. Middy blouses and sweaters the latest fancy for seashore Mountain and country Wear if you Are intending the Purchase this week of a Spring garment of any description Promise yourself you will make it a Point to see this collection before making your selection. A Tilden store
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