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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 15, 1911, Ames, Iowa Daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa Friday december 15, 1911 number 62 greatest dinner in Ames history is i Rural and town people to mingle in greatest Basket feast at noon saturday saturday december convention clays people surrounding country 16. From the and from neigh Boring towns Are urged to come to this Convent Ion. Conference during the Forenoon at Baptist Curch. 10a. In. A achieving through prayer Quot j. In Fellingham. 10 30�?�?othe Opportunity for special work among boys in the modern sunday school a prof. W. S. Athearn. 11 15�?�?othe of american men in world evangelization a b. W. Garrett. Basket picnic dinner at noon at methodist Church. The speakers at the dinner will be Fred m. Hanson j. H. Fel Lingham prof. W. S. Athearn and b. A Garrett Henry Wallace. 2 30 p. platform meeting for the discussion of the Rural problem and Community Extension an address will be delivered by Hon. Henry Wallace 1 30�?social service night. Address by or. Howland Hanson of Des Moines. It will make the territory a round Ames one big Community instead of a lot of Little factions with no Well defined policy for bettering conditions. Saturday partisan politics is to be forgotten. Creeds Are to be discarded. Denominational ism is to be re leg ated to the rear where it will have to sit Down. The Dove of peace with the Booster spirit will predominate. Let no business Man fool himself with the notion that he is too Busy to take enough time to carry his cheese and crackers to this meeting and eat it. The Man who is too Busy is not a business Man. Saturday you will have a Chance to watch Ames grow. Georges generosity red Cross Benefit tuesday and wednesday Ames High debates with Algona tonight men s supper sparkled with Brilliant talks the menus supper last night opening the four Day rally proved an enthusiastic starter for the great meetings of the week. President Minchin outlined the program and told of the Ames lady who had written East that the Forward movement originated in Ames. Secretary j. H. Fellingham of the Des Moines y. M. C. A. Acted As toastmaster and entertainingly told of the movement and its great development or. Henry c. Harris of Des Moines a practical Christian business Man the nonpareil club has received definite Assurance from messes. Sears and Narvis that one half the proceeds of the Princess next tuesday evening and also at a matinee wednesday afternoon will be Given to the tuberculosis cause through the nonpareil club. Seals arc Selling Well but the time before Christmas is now getting so Hurt that All Are urged to buy at once it will certainly be of interest to All purchasers of red Cross seals to know that 121-2 per cent of the proceeds of the Sale will be used in the state fund and that 87 1-2 per cent will be retained in Ames where through the non Jariel club it will be used to alleviate the sufferings of tuberculosis patients in this District should any worthy apply. The fact that we Are preparing to help our own should sell a few thousand More seals. Copyright 1911. King George presents tons of Plum puddings to Indian princes at Delhi. Just a few suggestions for Christmas he was a Plain practical boy like other boys and should be so treated. When he reached the age of twelve he commenced to change just As All boys do about that age and to grasp things for himself. He developed spiritually and physically. Or Goodrich emphasized the importance of enlisting boys into Active work for leaders. Or. Medbury the eloquent pastor of Drake University Church made a wonderful plea for men to work in this movement. After listening to him the men were not surprised to learn that he had the largest congregation of any pastor in Iowa. Or. Medbury however was unfortunate in i ing a prominent place to the a a done tsp on the amusement problems. The Forward movement Means the tearing Down of barriers which have kept too Manv men out of the Church. The prizes which come to Ames beats them All handkerchiefs our assortment in these is Complete. Furs we show a line from the cheapest to the High priced ones dress goods nothing makes a better present than a Nice dress. Hosiery we have these put in boxes. Just tile thing. Rugs we show a line of these that cannot be found anywhere else except at our store. Quot the fair 99 i have a car Load of Minnesota potatoes on the track at the interurban station. Price $1.00per Bushel. Today and . H. Poole. Glt2 Kelley couple married Ames and Community will make the greatest spread of its life at noon on saturday. The Community Extension division of the men and religion Forward movement has arranged for a picnic Basket dinner in the great dining room of the methodist Church. In addition to the people from Ames who will be present the following country clubs will appear As clubs and enjoy dinners together. T. S. R. Country club. Cosmopolitan country club North Star country club. Vav. . Club of Milford township. Pleasant Grove country club. This dinner Markes a new Era in the Community development of Ames and her next door neighbors. It is the first of what ought to be a series of Community meetings. It Means the development of the get together spirit. Told of the wonderful effects the movement had had upon business men How it was solving problems which the courts and diplomacy cannot reach. It Means that every Man must do the Best he can. Harry e. Goodrich the Friend and organizer of boys gave the Philan tropical address of the evening. He told the men where to head in on boys he removed the Sissy looks from the face of the boy Jesus. Boys do not like to tie up Writh boys with feminine looks. A Jesus a he said was just like other boys. He was a Surprise to his own Mother who looked All Over Jerusalem to find him after he left the family. The Church was the last place she expected to find or. Goodrich said that if there had been any base Ball or foot Ball on Jesus would no doubt have been one of tvs leaders miss Bessie Crane and or. Roy Bowman of Kelley were married thursday at the office of judge Brennan in Des Moines. Miss Elsie to win an a sister of the Groom and or. Merle Soder Szrom both living near Kelley were witnesses to the ceremony. The bridal party returned to Kelley thursday evening and or. And mrs. Lowman w ill make their Home on the Lowman farm one and one half Miles Northwest of town. The Bride w to has been working lately in the Pennant factory in Ames. Is the daughter of or. Clare Crane night agent for the it. Dodge Des Moines amp Southern railway at Kelley she was the grand daughter of or. And mrs. Lyman Crane who were old residents of Ames living in the Tilden House on Douglas Avenue. Or. Lowman is the son of or. And mrs. H. F. Lowman who came from Runnels about seven years ago buying the old Crane farm about seven Miles Southwest of Ames. A games is especially proud of the recent showing at the International live Stock exposition because of the fact that 75 per cent of the animals exhibited were grown on the St ate farm a is what prof. Vav. J. Kennedy told the Des Moines newspapers. A this is one of the policies at present and the col lege is More than pleased that the judges at Chicago fixed their approval on the a tabulation of the w innings of the state College recently completed by professor Kennedy makes an imposing array. The College exhibit was made up of eighteen cattle thirty seven hogs and five sheep forty five olt hese animals being raised on the College farm. The w innings were six grand championship ribbons one Reserve championship ribbon seventeen Champion ribbons to o Reserve Champion ribbons thirty first prizes eighteen second prizes,1 sixteen third prizes one fifth prize. A total of ninety one prizes were won at the exposition the Money values of these prizes being $2,708. One Silver cup and seven Armour scholarships were also captured by the College. The seven scholarships represent the most that any one school is Able to capture at the show. J. Ogden Armour gives $25,000 per year for these scholarships each one being Worth $250 they Are awarded to the school and not to the individual and will be con tested for in the Short courses held under the auspices of the College Dur ing the coming Winter. The total of w innings is twice that Ever won by an exhibitor in the inter National show before and also covers wider Field than is usual with winnings with College exhibitions. For anything in Fine merchant tailoring Call on e. S. Hicks Corner seventh St. And Douglas ave. 62t8 the elevator Man is a genuine humanitarian. He spends his Days in elevating men and women. Forward movement convention at Ames dec. 14-17. Lissue the new fabric handkerchiefs from England to you for 25c these handkerchiefs Are very Fine in texture with a snowy Lustre that remains after innumerable washings and with colors that Are guaranteed absolutely fast. Six free for every one that loses color in the laundry also in All White. The Best handkerchief Ever imported at the Price. Remember the skirt and coat Sale All this week dry Semmons goods store shop at the Christmas store Perry a the High school debating team left this morning for Algona where the Ames boys meet the Algona debaters tonight. The members of the team Are Clair Taylor Franklin Hambleton and Frank Mixa. Superintendent Hicks and professor Champlin accompanied the team. The question to be debated is a resolved that the movement of organized labor for the closed shop should receive the support of Public Ames has the negative. Algona is recognized As one of the highest Grade High schools in Iowa. Son of Charles Dickens at Ames saturday night do your Christmas shopping at the Christmas store Perry a. Students visit the big plants near Chicago the senior electrical and mechanical left tuesday night for Chicago on their annual tour of inspection of some of the big plants. The students went in charge of professors Bates Cleghorn and fish. The trip will end next wednesday night in Chicago and the boys will go direct from there to their Home for the Christmas holidays. Among other places the trip will include the inspection of various engineering works at Gary Chicago and Milwaukee. The eldest surviving son of Charles Dickens the greatest English novelist will be in Ames saturday evening. Alfred Tennyson Dickens appears in the last attraction of the fall lecture course. His lecture will be a my fathers life and i have several pieces of Pickard hand painted China to close at greatly reduced prices w. A. Perry. Good show at the armory he is Blind indeed whose Only Organ of sight is tile Eye. The it Harles Breckenridge Stock company last evening presented a the Man and the girls to an enthusiastic Audi Zience. The plot was a pleasing Story of love and intrigue the scenes of which were Laid in the mountains of North Carolina. The cast carried their parts to perfection and or. Breckenridge was at his usual comic antics which kept the audience in an uproar. Tonight they will present the greatest of Ibsen a plays coaster wagons tricycles and Hobby horses at the Christmas store Perry a. Priscilla club s general meeting wednesday armory opera House to night Charles Captain Brown attended two Temperance meetings k. W. Brown was one of the two delegates sent from Iowa to the Temperance convention at Chicago. This was attended by delegates of All political parties several Hundred being present coming from nearly every state in the Union. A committee was selected two from each political party to prepare resolutions on the question a what shall we do next a at the close of this meeting Captain Brown attended the prohibition National committee meeting where plans were made for the coming National convention to be held at Atlantic City n. J. The Priscillas held their regular monthly meeting wednesday afternoon in engineering. Hall. There was a Large attendance each member being privileged to bring a guest. The president mrs. E. W. Stanton turned the meeting Over to the Bible study division. Mrs. Sallie stalker Smith the chairman taking charge. Mrs. W. R. Raymond spoke interestingly of the past and future work of the division after which stereo Ticon views of the holy land were thrown on a screen by professor Cleghorn and explained by mrs. Smith who had travelled there. Stock co presents the great play by Ibsen a a ghosts Best of vaudeville Between acts prices to and 20 cents matinee saturday at 2 30 any seat to cents Christian Church Sun Day school election a string of Coral beads was lost about a week ago please return to intelligencer office. 62t3 Christmas Trees at Perry a. At a meeting held wednesday evening in the Parlours of the Christian Church the following sunday school officers were elected superintendent Fred Randau. Assistant supt.,. L. C. Harris. Secretary Laverne Buckton. Assistant Secretary miss Grace Cole treasurer mrs. Lucy Cox. Librarian Grant dudgeon. Assistant librarian Glen Muir. Toys of All kinds at Perry s. Children a desks and blackboards at the Christmas store Perry a. Dean Curtiss tells How to boost Iowa Primas a. The weather at a meeting of the state fair Board at Des Moines wednesday Dean c. F. Curtiss was re elected a director from the seventh District. Prof. Curtiss made the principal address at the morning meeting boosting for the agricultural interests of the state. One of his statements was to the effect that if Iowa people would invest All their Money the next ten years in this state the farm lands Here would be Worth from $300 to $400 per acre and the population of the state doubled. Probably fair and moderate temperature tonight and saturday. I have a car Load of Minnesota potatoes on the track at the interurban station. Price $1.00per Bushel. Today and tomorrow a. H. Poole. 61t2 the Tilden store i n View of the men and religion Forward movement meeting in Ames saturday dec. 16, we expect an unusual Large number of people from out of town. We wish to offer the use of our second floor garment Section for a Headquarters for ladies. Christmas shopping is now very heavy and we Are doing All we can to make it convenient and satisfactory for our customers. We want your business and it will be to your advantage to do your Xmas shopping Here. The Tilden store the store with the Christmas spirit

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