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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 7, 1911, Ames, Iowa Pm a hic Library Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa thursday december 7, 1911 number 55 miss Easterly is the wedding takes place noon today with Many guests present at a pretty and very elaborate wedding took place at High noon today at the Home of or. And mrs. J. L. Easterly on eighth Street when their daughter miss Blanche Vernon was United in marriage to or. Robert w. Simpson of Charles City. Rev. G. A. Hess of Clinton officiating. The guests numbering seventy five wert1 received by or. And mrs. Easterly and shown into the Parlours which w�?~4re artificially lighted and tastefully decorated in festoons of Pink and White Bells the hallway being Hung with ropes of Smilax. Promptly at 12 o clock mrs. Margaret Leland gowned in Light Blue Satin played Mendelssohn a wedding March being accompanied on the violin by or. C. B. Mccullough after which miss Gladys Ufford Sang a to. Promise immediately following this the bridal procession moved slowly Down the stairs Rev. Or. Bess leading the was Down an aisle of ribbons stretched by Irza May Ballou of Olin a Cousin of the Bride and Iona Harris of Ames. The bridal chorus a misses Gladys of Ford Arrie Hunter Nina Mcdowell Leona Heater Mary Carr and Gladys Cousin of the Bride dressed in White carried the ring in a Rose and immediately preceded the Bride who entered on the Arm of her father. Miss Easterly a gown was of White Satin with Silver Bead trimming and she wore in her hair lilies of the Valley and carried a huge bouquet of brides roses. The full episcopal service was used during which mrs. Leland played softly the Bride being Given away by her father and at the close of the impressive ceremony As a response to the prayer of Rev. Or. Hess the bridal chorus Sang Quot the life Road Quot by Marian Graham. After congratulations were offered the Bride threat her bouquet to the a a Lucky girl miss Gladys Ufford. The East parlor and dining room were then thrown open to the guests and were very attractive with festoons of autumn leaves and yellow chrysanthemums. The company was seated at three Large tables the bridal couple and their attendants the minister and parents occupying one which was uniquely decorated with japanese Ware and Pink and Wiite carnations. A five course dinner was served to the guests by messes. Floyd Horton Earl bail a misses Leona Heater Marie Cole and Nina Mcdowell of Ames and Randolph of Des Moines Rev. Or. Harris of the Christian Church asking a Blessing on those assembled. The guests on leaving were present of with tiny boxes containing a candied Rose Leaf a Violet a piece of brides cake and a card bearing this inscription Quot or and mrs. Robert w. Speaker for dec. 16th h in a -tv.? a y i a. N a. Gym a a fit a i. A v x j a ? i of Quot a a a. A a a v a a a a. A a a a a Quot a a i a a 1 v x i Kex x a a a. Ltd. A Ltd a. A a a. A a a. A a a i a a x i 1 a a i % ,. R a i x i a ,. J x a v,.xr a i my i i. A a a i re re a a a a a a a a a a it a a a it a a i t ,. A a i a t the weather. Increasing cloudiness and probably rain tonight or Friday. A f x Ahon. Henry Wallace member Roosevelt country life commission. President conservation Congress. Editor Wallace Farmer. Speaks at Ames saturday december 16, on Rural problems. Men and religion Forward movement. Bring your neighbors and enjoy a Basket picnic dinner. Days to postmas Victor Sells for 90 cents a Pound at Chicago today Sale and winnings of the two year old steer Victor. Nets $2,359 special to the Ames daily intelligencer u. S. Stock Yards. Chicago dec. 7.�? Victor grand Champion steer exhibited by the Lowa state College sold for 20 cents per Pound the world s record Price for a two year old steer. Victor was bought by the fair store Chicago. He Wail be placed in their show w window and exhibited for the next two weeks. The Sale and w innings of this one animal nets $2,359. Persistence in advertising. Beatrice Olson e Talent tonight t. J. Loughran drugs Holiday goods Xmas Cut Glass tags labels seals and decorations the Rexall store Holmes came next singing the bridal horns from Lohengrin As they walked. They were accompanied on violins by messes. Mccullough and Glen Russell Easterly. The chorus looked very charming being gowned alternately in White and Pink and on reaching the Arch which was in the North parlor and decorated in Pink carnations and Smilax they separated and stood on each Side during the service. The groomsman or. J. T. Easterly the Bride s brother was followed by the Best Man or. Charles Simpson of Charles City brother of the bridegroom whom he preceded. On reaching the Arch they awaited the Bride and her attendants the bridesmaid miss Emma Simpson of Charles City sister of the Groom gowned in Champagne Satin with Pearl trimmings carrying a Large bouquet of Pink roses the maid of Honor the brides sister who was become ugly attired in Blue voile with trimmings of Satin and Chenille fringe and also carried Pink roses. Little Marguerite Vernon of Olin a Home after january Tif third Avenue Charles Simpson. At pc tenth at 41 0 miss Easterly came to Ames from Lebanon. Mo., about six years ago and was in High school Here for a Short time. The past two years she has been singing evangelist in Iowa for Rev. Or. Allison and for Rev. S. D. Thompson having taken some vocal work at Mason City. She quit this vocation in june in order to spend a few months at Home with parents and friends being exceedingly popular among her coterie of acquaintances. She is a member of the Christian Church and the music club and has always been an efficient and tireless worker. Or. Simpson w Hose old Home is in Des Moines went to Charles City about eight years ago and is one of the influential business men of that City own ing one of the Best grocery stores acting As president of the commercial club treasurer of the i. O. O. F., grand master of the masonic Lodge and director of the Charles City u. It. Co. And Street car lines. Or. Simpson has a Home All ready for his Bride. Their gifts were Many and Beautiful being Linen Cut Glass checks and a very valuable handkerchief of real lace carried by mrs. Simpson a the gift of her aunt mrs. Mary Horton of Salem ore., formerly of Ames. The out of town guests were or. And mrs. G. Vernon it Olin la., cousins of the Bride or. And mrs Charles Ballou of Olin Uncle and aunt of the Bride mrs. E. R. Vernon of Olin grandmother of the Bride mrs. Jonathan Easterly of Olin grandmother of the Bride air. And mrs . Easterly of Olin Uncle and aunt of the Bride mrs. A. Simmons and or. Ralph Simmons of Olin aunt and Cousin of the Bride or. J. J. Mcconkey of Cedar rapids a Cousin or and mrs. Charles Howard or. And mrs. Ray Howard or. And mrs. Frank Heil and miss Pearl Cromwell All cousins of Ankeny or. Ellis Randolph of Des Moines Cousin or. Win. Pennington of Angus Uncle of tile Groom or. J. M. Bowen of College Springs or. Lillis Randolph of Des Moines a Cousin or. R. E Pennington of Altoona an Uncle or. We. Schliemann of Des Moines miss Lela Sefton of it. Auburn or. And mrs. S. G. Garland of Des Moines or. And mrs. R. G. White of Angus and or. M. E. Sar of Council Bluffs. A Bano Benefit a Ubibi a a play produced by Home Talent Catchy Well staged lots of life Aud lots of laughter a will be Given at the Quot armory tonight. Proc eds go towards establishing band concerts in Ames next summer. Get in the game. Bible study Priscillas have full attendance the Bible study division of the Priscillas met with mrs. W. C. Stevenson on Boone Street. Every member Wras present. Mrs. Ira Williams presented a paper on a the geography of the semitic one on a two semitic cities of the past a Babylon an nine Vaht was Given by mrs. C. Curtiss. Mrs. Baughman read of a two semitic cities of the and Mecca a and mrs. Cleghorn of a the oldest existing semitic City and Light refreshments were served. Births eels occupy new Home on Hodge Avenue Cottrelly born tuesday december 5th, to or. And mrs. Frank Cottrell at it Edar rapids a son. Mrs. Cottrell was formerly miss Grace Burdick. T by a foot Ball while standing in line ready to enter Welch school after recess yesterday afternoon Beatrice Olson Dang Ter of or Brit Olson was struck by a foot Ball and seriously injured. The Ball was kicked into the line with such Force that when it struck the la year old girl the Bones of the forearm were broken. A newsy daily makes a town Worth while Quot the daily intelligencer is one of the Best things that Ever struck Ames says or Scheible of the depot cafe a a daily paper Means so much to a town. With outsiders coming into a town the place is judged considerably by the appearance of a neat Snappy paper like you Are getting out. It should be generously supported. A grape i ice not wine at debutant bus parti Washington d. . William h. Haywood whose daughter miss Doris Haywood is one of the younger beauties of Washington society is planning a crusade against the use of wine at Debutante function. Miss Haywood has issued invitations for a a grape juice Ball for miss Haywood on december 28. There will be a Christmas tree a flowing punch bowl and All the other allurements of the festive season but the punch will be without wine. It Wil be made after a favorite recipe of mrs. Haywood the basis of which is grape juice while oranges Lemons and sprigs of mint Here Ana there give it a delicious non intoxicant ing Tang. Or. And mrs. Eels moved Here last week from Crocker and Are occupying their new Home recently built on Hodge Avenue by or. C. L. A to ire. They have two sons one a Little boy the other taking mechanical engineering at the College after graduating from Ames High school. Or. Eels is a Telegraph operator in the employ of the g. And n. W. By. And will be stationed in the Yard office. Unity club plans big new year dinner Shower for miss Morrow Christmas specials hand embroidered linens hand drawn linens Cluny and lace trimmed linens doilies Center pieces scarfs hand and work bags. 25c to $3.00 special for saturday a we offer for this Day Only a lot of Fine Madeira embroidery handkerchiefs Beautiful designs regular 20c Quality saturday the Price is 3 for 48c 6 for 90c done to forget the cloak and skirt Sale this week dry miss Jennie Morrow was the complimented guest last evening at a Shower Given by mrs. Mcmichael and mrs. Lew Cole at the Mcmichael Home on Douglas Avenue in Honor of her approaching marriage to or. Gust Val Lait of Ames of the evening of thursday dec. 21st. About forty old friends assembled and spent the evening socially Light refreshments being served at its close by mrs. Lew Cole and misses Jess and Grace Cole. Many pretty gifts of a miscellaneous character were left As remembrances of the occasion. The Unity club met wednesday afternoon with mrs. J. A. Warner on Hodge Avenue. Mrs. H. Pepper was the Leader in the study of a the railroads of papers were Given by the Leader on the Chicago and Northwestern railway and by mrs. Myra Graham on the Illinois Central. Because of the absence of mrs. J. L. Hall her account of a a trip from Dubuque to Sioux City was read by mrs. H. W. Stafford. At the close of the program a Short business session was held principally to plan for the new years dinner to be Given by the members to their families probably in the Library Assembly room. Refreshments were served by the hostess the next meetings feature will be a a gift bag and will be held with mrs. G. A. Stayner december 20th. The a a world a work a few years ago gave publicity to facts from the to it is of the Glidden varnish co. Showing the tremendous returns that follow a policy of persistent advertising. The Glidden company began an advertising Campaign in 1899. At that time their sales were $20,000. During the first three years of this Campaign their sales varied but Little. No results were apparent at All unt5�?T 1902. At that time the work began i Tell and in 1908, they had Pusher their sales up to $1,200,000, an in crease of 6,000 per cent. The Case of the Ordinary merchant is somewhat different because the retail dealer is much closer to his Public. They look in the papers every Day to see what the merchant advertises and they go to the merchant thai seems the most enterprising. Thus the local merchant gets his returns much More quickly. A company like the Glidden company Sells to merchants who buy largely through salesmen and they have to run up for a Long time against a Blank Wall of opposition caused by the fact that the dealers Are buying regular lines of goods with we huh to change their lilies than to get the retail store customer to buy in a different place. This Story of expansion however illustrates the necessity if one is to make any kind of impression to repeat the impression Over and Over again. It illustrates also the tremendous gain that comes to the Good advertiser in what May be called cumulative returns. You Are introduced to a stranger and if you meet him on the Street next Day you do not recognize him. If you meet him half a dozen times his face becomes somewhat fixed in your mind. But if you should then fail to see him for six months you might not recognize him again. The impression on the mind made by an advertisement is much the same. If a merchants advertisement impresses you with the idea that he is wide awake and gives his customers Good values the impression needs to be repeated until it becomes per in Anent. It is Given year after year by consistent advertising it becomes like the face of a Friend that you would know after Long years of absence. When you Start out on a shop Ping foray you insensibly turn to our old acquaintance who has thus impressed himself on you. Splendid Monitor of Good town. Freeman r. Conaway and his better half who is also his business partner has commenced to Issue a daily Issue of the Ames intelligencer. It is a sprightly daily and a splendid Monitor of the Good town it Herald. No Hope for the Printer. The tailor and Shoemaker can sell their misfits the Baker and grocer can dispose of their stale wares the Carpenter can save and use his wrongly Cut boards but there is no possible Market for the mistakes of the . The Tilden store Semmons goods store up to business men to make it go. Hie growing City of Ames now has a Good daily newspaper in the intelligencer which the Conaways hitherto have issued weekly. If the business men show their appreciation by advertising freely the project of daily publication May succeed for f. R. Conaway is an experienced and aggressive newspaper Man wide awake to the Best interests of the Sun. Frank Gotch should come to Ames. Frank Gotch according to report is tired of the championship wrestlers Belt and wants to get something higher. He Pines for More knowledge and wants to win intellectual recognition. Or. Gotch is still a Young Man says the Webster City Freeman Tribune. He is endowed with Good health and Good sense and not be worried Over the bread and butter question for himself and family. He has rare Opportunity for study and research and if he tries to cultivate the body he will succeed it is a laudable ambition and his hosts of Iowa friends would be pleased to see him make the most of his opportunities and abilities. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. Manufacturers Sale of Beautiful scarfs g opera Caps Over 50 exquisite designs. Ideal Christmas gifts at a great saving in Price Friday and saturday. The Tilden store

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