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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 11, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa monday december la 1911 number 58 men s supper dec ii to Start the four Day rally the menus supper thursday evening will Start t he four Day rally. It is the Only meeting to be held that evening Down town. Tickets 25 cents. The committee must know at once How Man will attend. The clubs Are arranging to be present at the big picnic dinner saturday. At All services held yesterday tie congregations were enthusiastic Over the coming meetings of the w7eek. There will be Many Here from the surrounding towns and country. At i peasant Grove nine Miles Northeast of Ames a Large congregation w As present and talks were made by e. Sanders k. W. Kimble de Rex Clay Stafford and f. R. Onaway. The local members announced the formation of the pleasant Grove country club which will be present saturday in a body. At Cambridge in the afternoon a meeting of men was addressed by professor Raymond and representative George. There w As a Good attendance and a crowded House at the Union service in the evening. The same Begemann Falls and is seriously injured or. A. F. B Ingemann formerly manager of the Iowa Telephone offices in Ames but now of the Hawkeye Exchange in Des Moines slipped saturday on the wet pavement near his office and fell in such manner As to suffer several bruises some of them about his spine and head. Notice a Bird Brand Coffee heretofore sold by j. W. Adams w ill now be sold by j. B. Kooser amp germ an a in. Coffee co. 58.60-63 mrs. W. K. Grier injured in fall mrs. W. K. Grier fell this morning and badly sprained her ankle at her Home in the fourth Ward. So serious was the fall she is Cor tined to her Home. My store w ill be open evenings until . A. Perry. 58t2 or. W. E. Tussant i. S c. A Oil now in construction w Ork in Des Moines in partnership with his father John h. Kraft. I. S. Amo also connected with mrs. Margaret Decou who has been visiting her sister mrs. M. Hullibarger returned to Des Moines yesterday. Furs make a practical a Xmas presents we feature our fur department you will find a great assortment to select from in All grades of fur in sets and collars and muffs at the fair Price. 44 the fair to speakers presented the invitation from Ames to join in the four Day rally. At three o clock a meeting was held in the Church at Napier Southwest of Ames. There was a Good attendance. The pastor. Rev. J. A. Wright enters heartily in the movement. Prof. F. W. Beckman ably presented the plan of the Wrork and showed the Mission for men. Other talks w Ere made by n. B. Brunning j. J. Grove de Rex and f. It. Conaway. At Slater last evening the message was carried by Rev. John p. Clyde and prof. E. A Bishop. A Large Union meeting was arranged for them and Slater joins in the forces which will help make the movement win. The four Day rally at Ames will be As attractive As any Chautauqua or lecture course Ames has had. Break away from the ruts and get in the game. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. Or. G. J. Snyder goes to the Hospital or. G. J. Snyder was taken to Des Moines this morning to the Hospital where he will undergo an operation for appendices. Mrs. A. F. Bingemann of d a m lines returned to her Home sunday evening after several Days visit with friends. Or. Bingemann came up sunday morning and spent the Day at or. J to Groves on Washington Avenue. James Francis of Donnell the famous Reader and Mon Logist will Render Dickens a Christmas Carol at the Catholic Church tonight. Admission 25 cents. 58tl furs we have a Good Stock of muffs and fur sets. If you want a special kind of fur or fur set we shall be pleased to order for you on approval if you do not find what you want in Stock. If you want something Spe order it now. Don t wait. Remember the skirt and coat Jimale All this week Semmons store copyright 1911. Great Sale of red Cross Stamps in Ames the first Day of Public Sale of red Cross seals in Ames was a very successful beginning the nonpareil ladies on duty in the Booth at tile Post office Selling Between nine and ten Hundred from noon to closing time. Mesdames Arthur Bauer and j in Daggett were in charge saturday afternoon and mesdames f. S. Spring and j. A Tinsley in the evening. The seals can be procured any Day at the business i houses and on saturday again at the Booth in the Post office. Rebekah election the Rebekkah Friday evening elected the following officer s Noble grand mrs. Kila Morris. Vice grand i s. Nina Allen. Lie co re i no Sec re i a r y a m i is m v rile Hubbard financial Secretary a mrs. Della Trayner. Treasurer mrs. Florence Rogers. A Christmas Carol tonight James Francis of Donnell monologue actor w ill give Charles Dickens Beautiful a Christmas Carol at the Catholic Church this evening at 8 o clock. Of interest to ladies until thursday evening mrs. May p. Avery of Chicago w ill have on Sale at the millinery store of mrs. Yockey a Choice line of artistic table runners pillow7 tops stamped linens Holiday novelties and embroidery linens. This is the last pre Holiday Sale and materials must be disposed of. Therefore the prices Are at the lowest. Every piece of work will be commenced and lessons Given free of charge the ladies of Ames Are cordially invited to Call and take advantage of this Opportunity. His father As commission merchants in Des Moines. Or r. W. C Assidy i. S. C. To now farming near Whiting and or. J. M. Burroughs i. S. C. �?T07 now with the Mayer construction company in Des Moines. The ladies Aid society of the presbyterian Church have begun work and plans for a Bazaar to be held next easter time. Or. And mrs. Ii. T. Sisson leave this week for their usual w inter sojourn Iii Florida. Forward movement convention at Ames dec. 14-17. The weather some observations the citizens of Ames claim a Little higher civilization than the people of Boone but the High school boys of Boone have signed a pledge not to use any tobacco on the streets. Now it is up to the High school boys of Ames to go it one better and sign a pledge not to use tobacco in any form whatever. In h m. If i were a Beer and whiskey soak like too Many men in Ames i be so contemptible Low and mean As to throw my empty bottles in my neighbors Yards or in the Yards of those who do not use the vile stuff. I would take those bottles Home and stack them in my front Yard and let people see my Good works. A. C. O. Sigma no dinner dance the fourteenth party of the Gamma Sigma chapter of Sigma no Wras Given saturday evening. A five course dinner was served at their chapter House at six of clock. The guests were seated at four round tables w hich were Enqu silly decorated in the colors suggestive of the Holiday season. The dinner a vol s were White roses the Sigma no Flower and a Silver Sigma no pin. At half past eight carriages took the party to Adams Hall w Here an evening of dancing w As enjoyed. Prof. Goldstene a orchestra of Des Moines furnished excellent music the programs w Ere in the form of tiny books w Ith Silver covers upon which was the Sigma no coat of arms. Professor and mrs. A. Macmurray and or and mrs. Galen Tilden chaperoned the dinner and dance. The out of town guests were misses Lela Moore Madison wis. Josephine Hungerford Carroll Alice Bebb Nevada Helen comes Des Moines Louis King St. Louis to. Miss Brady Knoxville or. Davis �?T09, Avoca and or. Engle state Center ozarks the ozarks gave an informal dance saturday evening in Jamieson a Hail which was decorated in the Brown and steel Gray of the fraternity circles of crepe paper being suspended from the ceiling. Twenty couples were chaperoned by professor and mrs. Mark Thornberg music for the dances being furnished by Bell orchestra of four pieces from Carroll at the close of the dance about Midnight mrs. Paxton served a two course luncheon at the chapter House on grand Avenue the table decorations being of red and w Hite roses. The out of town guests were miss Frank of Des Moines and miss Ingel Fritz of Boone. Young men entertain the Young ladies the Gideons a Young menus sunday school class of the m. E. Church entertained the Philathea a class of Young ladies saturday evening in the Church Parlours. A three course dinner was served to sixty five people or. H. F. Pepper acting As caterer assisted in serving by mesdames Cox Scarborough. Walker Hall Jones and e. Little. The tables w Ere prettily decorated in Green Long strings of ferns and Smilax making the tables look very attractive. Professor Meeker teacher of the Gideons acted As toastmaster or. Charley capper speaking on a the Gideons a miss Minnie Swart on a smiles a miss Nina Wonderlich on a the Phila Theasy and or. Carl Kennedy on h. R. Minkler overworked fair tonight and tuesday colder to James Francis of Donnell the famous Reader and Mon Logist will Render Dickens a Christmas Carol at the Catholic Church tonight. Admission 25 cents. 58tl the c. N. Moses Public Sale will be held tuesday dec. 12th. Or. Harmon Minkler who assisted at the Gideon Philathea dinner saturday evening was quite ill afterwards and was Only Able to be out sunday by heroic Effort. The w. C. T. U. Will meet thursday afternoon dec. 14, at the Home of mrs. Burgeson 2809 Woodman St. 58t2 Delphian and Welch win in Kennedy cup debates those who attended the debates in the second round of the a Kennedy cup series were rewarded by hearing some Lively discussions. The question was a resolved that an International tribunal having jurisdiction Over All International disputes should be established a it being the question for the triangular debate with Drake and Grinnell next Spring. The members of the Delphian affirmative were Raymond Reis Percy Ellis and Verne Wasser All residents of Ames the latter two having been High school debaters. On the forum negative were messes g. Darbyshire h. E. Stone and g. A. Ellis. The debate was a a Peppy affair from Start to finish both teams exhibiting evidence of careful preparation and a Good delivery. The Delphian literary society is a Down town organization of College students Over half of whom reside in Ames. The Welch team which won out against the a Ehlers is considered Strong. Of the nine society teams which entered the contest the Welch Delphian and Phil Eleutherio team has twice been eliminated in the drawing and have therefore not yet debated. Four Day rally at Ames dec. 1-17. Armory opera House tuesday dec. 12 five c o la to int inc of to in engagement of the s Chas. Breckenridge Stock company High class vaudeville Between acts opening Flay tile great sensational comedy drama if the political Bossy popular pr1c Icso to 20 and 30 Ceuta ladies free tuesday night if accompanied by a paid 30c tickets must be purchased before 6 of clock p. Rn., tuesday at Cagwin a drug store. Ii holy City filled the methodist Church the methodist Church was filled in every part last evening and the vast congregation enjoyed the presentation of the a holy City by the College chair. Professor Thompson directed and miss tune presided at the Organ. The solos and choruses were All splendidly Given. The fund for the new piano was increased $27.00. Night. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. J. W. Tinsley moves to Gamble s drug store j. W. Tinsley has taken room at the Gamble drug store where he will be pleased to see his patrons for jewelry watches clock and repair work. Episcopal Church has splendid opening St. Johns episcopal Church was opened last evening and presented a very attractive appearance after the moving and refurbishing. White roses adorned the alter and other decorations Madej the handsome Little Church Homelike. The Church was tilled and All were highly pleased with the Able new Rector Rev. Thomas Horton. The bulletins of the congregational Church yesterday were adorned with the red Cross seals pasted on each copy. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. Or. C. I. Finch of Kelley was an Ames visitor today. Clear the decks dec. 14-17. The Tilden store this mornings express brought us a Large shipment of Wowen s neckwear some of the very snap Piest ones we be had. Poinsettia bows lillies and roses made of Satin ribbon in All shades. Each one in a Box with a Christmas card 25c--35c-50c better come in this afternoon the Tilden store the store with the Christmas spirit j

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