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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 6, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa wednesday december 6, 1911 number 54 All country clubs picnic in aides 16 saturday. Dec. Us is to lie convention Day at the big1 four Day rally at Ames. Or rather it will be Rural Day and the Climax will be the big Basket picnic dinner in t he basement of the methodist Church. Farmers and town people Are to mingle in one big spread. The invitation is general the four country clubs Are invited to be present in bodies and to occupy t he Corners representing the localities. The t. 8. A s will have the Northeast Section. The cosmopolitan country club will have the Southeast Section the North Star club will have the Northwest Section. The auge in club will have the Southwest Section. The Ames Golf and country clubs will have the West Center Section those who do not belong to any club will have East Center Section. Large pennants with the club names Are being made a the factory and will he Hung in the Section occupied by the clubs. The committee is to furnish hot. Black Coffee. Club officers Are requested to notify the committee As Early As possible tile number who will attend. How the Knapp Street station was built the Welch Ridge Ash and Knapp Street people have Long Felt the need of a place of shelter during the Long and Uncertain Waits for the interurban car. A plan was formulated for the erection of a building suitable for emergency at tile Knapp Street crossing. Or. Geo. A. Gatewood generously offered the dimensions for tile building if enough Money could be raised to make up the other necessaries. This was liberally responded to by the residents of the immediate Vicinity. Members of the fourth Ward Civie improvement society assisted in soliciting contributions. The residents of the Community were generous with subscriptions work and material. This incident May assist the society in effecting other Public necessities. The people Gem rally respond liberally to such As cannot be secured otherwise As was done in this instance and we Hope the c. J. S. Will courageously Endeavor to remedy some of the other defects of our civic life. A citizen. Tickets reserved at Cagwin a drug i store for the sooner you buy your tickets the better your Choice of i seat s. Or. Lew Willey s watch Charm was located d. A. R. Holds interesting meeting with mrs. Hardin there was an unusually Good attendance at the meeting of the d. A. Is held Mon Jar evening at the Home of mrs. L. G. Hardin on Douglas Avenue. An interesting account of the a Santa be Trail was Given by miss Minnie Rice following which mrs. Marston and miss Rudd spoke of the reception recently Given by the Boone chapter two original poems of revolutionary character. A Mary Sampler and a a Grad Mother s apron were read by mrs. C la. Stange the author being a relative of hers. Altogether it was one of the most delightful evenings spent by the chapter. Miss Wylie of Jordan was a truest. A neat Roundup of a watch Charm was completed yesterday. A masonic Charm was found in the West hotel drug store in Minneapolis marked a Elf. Vav. On the opposite Side was a a Arcadia Lodge no. 249, Ames Iowa a Vogel bros., proprietors immediately communicated with it e. Taylor Secretary of Arcadia Lodge and within an hour a letter was moving to or. Lewis l. Willey at it diversity farm St. Anthony Park St. Paul minn., informing or. Willey where his Charm can be found. Circle girls invitations out for miss Easterly s wedding the Circle girls of the Christian Church met tuesday evening at the Smith Home on North Nark Avenue the hostesses being misses Nancy Smith and Edith Buck. Miss Lura Buck ton had charge of the evenings program which Mas As follows a act Vav. B. M. Work in Jamaica a miss Buck a glimpses of jamaican life a miss Carrie Berger a needs in Jamaica a miss Buckton Story by miss kale Ole. I Gilt refreshments were served by the hostesses. Invitations have been issued by or. And mrs. J. L. Easterly to the marriage of their daughter Blanche Vernon and or. Robert f. Simpson at their residence on eight Street at High noon thursday december 7th. Tuesday club the tuesday club held its second meeting dec., 5th, with mrs. R. S. Wallis on grand Avenue fifteen members being present the club All of whom Are the younger ladies of the faculty at Iowa state College decided to increase their membership to Twenty live. The object of the society being to promote sociability Between the College ladies living in town and near i. S. C. And the meeting time to be every lit St and third tuesday of the month. Plans were made for a year Book and several Matt ers of business discussed after which Light refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will occur dec. 19th with mrs. John m. Evv Ardon ninth Street. Eastern Star elects officers a Large attendance tuesday evening j a at the regular meet ing of the o. E. S. The annual election resulted As follows worthy Matron a mrs. Cora Cox. Associate Matron mrs. Daggett. Worthy Patron or. Das. Gilchrist. Conduct Esse mrs. E. W. Valentine associate conduct Ress a mrs. James Gilchrist. Secretary mrs. Harris. Treasurer mrs. Alary Stephens. Annual Bazaar and Chicken pie supper at m. E. Church thursday afternoon and evening. Dec. 7th. Signs of Winter. The Busy Birds in noisy gangs now southward Whiz and i begin to feel the pangs of rheumatic. Get in Tom h with the Community through the men and religious movement Hulio kerchiefs a a Impi Iii i my Iii ism i i in i imm in m Mumm in inn it in Ilij Lushu n a him a a Mil my my in min a i in a in in Imit my our line of Holiday handkerchiefs is now on display Beautiful is the word that describes them. We Call your attention especially to Lissue handkerchiefs the newest Aud Best handkerchiefs on the Market they will please you. Lissue handkerchiefs each 25c other grades 5c to $1.00 remember our coat and skirt Sale Semmons store i Heid of portuguese Cabinet Senhor Joao chagas the first prime minister of the portuguese Republic. Was one of the leaders of the first Republican revolution in 1891. In Oporto and latterly he has been portuguese minister in Paris he is Well known As a journalist and a trenchant polemical writer Senhor bags is minister of the Interior As Well As Premier. Nonpareil club acts As agent for red Cross seals the Ames daily the nonpareil club met tuesday afternoon in regular session with mrs j. A. Warner on Hodge Avenue. The program As printed on the Calendar was dispensed with in order that the members might enjoy an address by or. Kepford tuberculosis expert who endeavoured to interest each member in the Sale of the red Cross seals. Or. Kepford appointed the club As agent in Ames but it is expected that All clubs and organizations in town will co operate in this Public spirited Enterprise a delicious two course luncheon was served by the hostess assisted by airs. H. A. Greeley. We Promise you a line evening s entertainment at the armory in a Ubibi a music by orchestra. Ontario mrs. S. P. Freed who was called to v Valparaiso ind., by tile death of Lier brother returned Home Friday. Miss Olla Johnson of Humboldt spent thanksgiving at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Vv7. H. Johnson. Wilbur Hurst who is in Hie government work in nebr., is visiting his parents air. And airs. Amos Hurst. Or. And airs. W. In Johnson entertained their daughter mrs. E. A. Jones at thanksgiving dinner. The menus Christian Forward movement committee from Ames had charge of the Church services at this place sunday morning. Prof. Fred Beckman gave a very interesting talk and the quartet furnished excellent music. Or and airs. Paul freed have moved to Huxley where or. Freed has secured a position in the Creamery. Air. And mrs Vav. Ii. Beedle entertained or. And mrs. Farm an of Nevada sunday at dinner. The Booster spirit at Ames. On last Friday the first daily Ever published in Story county was run off the press of the Ames intelligencer and will continue to appear every evening except sunday. F. R. Conaway has made this change after a careful study of the needs of the City of Ames. With the Strong Booster spirit that has sprung up among the business men to make Ames grow the editor is assured of support that can not help but mean Success to the new chronicle. Tall by three hours the daily intelligencer was at the doors of its Ames subscribers with tie president s message yesterday Bafaro the delivery of any other daily with the same news. Just watch Ames grow. A Ubibi Quot a musical comedy is put on by Home Talent. Go and see what our own people can do. Sears Jamison party one of the prettiest parties of the season was Given tuesday evening in Jamieson shall by air. And mrs. C. T. Sears and air. And All s. W. H. Jamies n to about seventy Tive guests. The Hall was lined with mirrors and attractively decorated in crepe paper of the seasons hues red and Green in Christmas Bells and a Bank of Palms behind which Geyer a orchestra of Des Moines with air. Lewis Doggett of Ames playing traps gave a program of Twenty dances. The hosts and hostesses and miss Hess of Macon alo., received the guests some of whom spent the evening playing cards in preference to dancing. Mesdames Sears and Jamieson were assisted during the evening in the entertainment of their guests by misses Hess Leone Davis Edna Hammel and Niva Nichols Olga de men Ter presiding at the Frappe bowl. Four favor dances were Given during the program a two for the ladies and two for the gentlemen. At la of clock the guests were escorted to Sears Parlours where a delicious two course luncheon was served by the Young ladies assisted by messes. Narvis and Rutherford. Chicken pie supper 35 cents. At m. E. Church thursday evening dec. 7th. Get into the game. The daily intelligencer makes it possible for the merchants of Ames to reach every family every week Day within a trading radius of Ames and we Are going to extend that territory for the Benefit of our merchants. Get the ideas get represented in our advertising columns every Day. The weather. Fair tonight and thursday stationary tempi erasure. K. A ays to of postmas on train causes alarm to passengers the Ames passenger leaving de it Moines last night at 9 o clock presented a fiery Trail before reaching Here. An Oil lamp in the baggage car exploded. Ai any packages of express and baggage were burned the damaged remnants filling a Large truck Load when unloaded. The train was stopped and engine men assisted the train Crew in extinguishing the Blaze. The greatest danger was in the tire reaching the front part of tin car which Container a Quantity of moving picture films. These Are almost As dangerous to handle As dynamite and there were enough on Board to have totally destroyed the car. The passengers were badly frightened. Still be fast from the fall from a car lost shopping bags two sorrowful girls mrs. Williams who was injured while alighting from a College car last Winter is still be fast at her Home on Hyland Avenue with scant Hope of Ever getting up and about again. White goes to Porto Rico to install Extension work t. K. White i. S. C. A to leaves soon for Alaya Quez Porto Rico where he will have charge of the organization of an Extension department As seen in Ames. His salary is $1500 and expenses. Quot Bibi Quot a musical comedy at armory tomorrow night. At the Ai. E. Church december 7th, division no. 4 will be ready to Supply the Trade with their extra special Brand of mince meat. 53t2 the state Grange meets at Ames dec. 12-14 the forty second annual session of the state Grange will be held in Ames december 12th to 14th. One Forenoon will be spent at the Dairy farm another visiting the College buildings and an entertainment in a bag Assembly Quot will occupy the evening of the 13th. Yes they Are out. A i wish some chrysanthemums for a a what kind sir a a ooh something very up to Date. I suppose the 1912 models Are out a misses veda and Mary Norman of Logan came to Ames a couple of Days ago for a Short visit with their Uncle professor Norman. They Are attending school at Cedar Falls. Monday evening they had dinner with Ai is Roberts on Ash Avenue. Taking the car Down town and walking to the Home of John Glidden on Center Street where they were to stay All night they discovered the loss of their hand bag containing their Railroad tickets for the return trip to Cedar Falls two trunk checks $30 in Money and some articles of minor value. After inquiry and search they went on to Edar Falls tuesday morning and shortly after leaving Ames their property was returned having been found in the car by the conductor. Annual Bazaar the ladies Aid society of the Ai. E. Church will hold their annual Bazaar thursday afternoon and evening. Dec. 7. Chicken pie supper served in the evening at 35 cents. Division no. 3 of local Ai. E. Ladies Aid has sour Kraut for Sale. Phon it mrs. Alc Elvea 429x. 52t. Estimation of Genius. Charles v asked Michael Ange one Day in what estimation he he Albert Duerer. Then with All t Noble frankness of a Man of Genii who knows How to appreciate super talents he instantly replied a i it teem him so highly that i would of were not Michael Angelo much Raer be Albert Duerer than even c har f Forward movement convention at Ames dec. 14-17. Do your Christmas my Early at Tilden i the store with the Christmas spirit our Holiday Stock is the greatest we have Ever shown. We will greatly appreciate demonstrating this fact to you

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