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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - December 30, 1911, Ames, Iowa Ames daily intelligence volume 44 Ames Iowa saturday december 30, 1911 the Short course starts monday at the College the Short course starts monday prospects Are Bright for a Large attendance. Farmer coffin fort Dodge delivers the principal address monday in agricultural Hall. Mrs. Elizabeth Murray Newman the Chicago Tribune is Here to attend Short course no paper monday monday being a Legal Holiday no daily Intel Engineer will be issued. Mrs. Frank Morris has returned from a visit w Ith relatives at Sioux rapids. Mrs. Minchini a unique missionary meeting his election Cost him nothing the weather the annual business meeting the missionary society the congregational Church Wras held with mrs. W. J. Minchin. Mrs. A. L. Potter and mrs. W. A. Perry gave interesting papers different features Home work. Misses Anna Sutherland and Ruby Lynch played two duets. Officers were chosen president mrs. W. J. Minchin vice president mrs. Forman Secretary mrs. L. C. Tilden treasurer mrs. Ruth Cook. Application had been made foi4 the sending boxes to two places in which the society is interested one to a Home missionary Church in Low a the other to a school in the South. After discussion it w As decided to favor the former place this time. Plans Are being made to Send such gifts before january 18th. The members were invited to the dining room where refreshments was served by mrs. Minchin am daughter Medora assisted by misses Lynch and the loom Sale begins Jan. 5th get in Early a the fair at probably fair tonight and sunday much colder tonight. The lowest temperature tonight will be about Zero. Post office arrangement for new years Day the cosmopolitan country club has new yell master Lylan office. General delivery window will be open in morning from 7 30 to 10 30, and in evening from 6 00 to 7 30. Money order window will be open in the morning Only from 8 00 to 10 30. City carriers will make one full delivery to patrons and one full collection from Street letter boxes in morn ing. City carriers w window will be open in evening from 7 00 to 7 30. No trips will by made by Rural carriers. Window will tie open in morning until 10 30 for accommodation patrons who May Call for mail. Out going mail will be despatched at the same As other week Days the last Pouch being closed at 8 15. Station a Money order and general delivery windows will be open in morning at usual time and will close for the Day at 11 30 a. In. City carriers will make one full delivery to patrons and one full collection from Street letter boxes in morning. Mail will be despatched from station a As follows 7 20 a. In. 10 30 a. In. And 6 10 p. In. L. M. Bosworth postmaster. Slater happenings Brand Whitlock the mayor Toledo o., and also Well known As a writer and reformer was re elected chief executive his City without the extend iture a single cent for Campaign purposes according to Bis sworn statement in Canton installation the regular meeting Canton Ames 48, is postponed to monday evening january the 8th. At this time the officers will be installed anti major Bauer Des Moines will be Here to inspect the Canton. Home and education the Horae and educational division the Priscilla club met wednesday afternoon with mrs. H. H. Kildee. Mrs. F. E. Colburn and miss Shirley storm read interesting papers a Home sanitation,�?T5 after which mrs Kildee served Tea. Who depends upon the inspiration the moment is Apt to meet with Many an hour that is not very Christian Herald. Sutherland. A unique plan was carried out by mrs. Minchin in order to bring the society More in touch with those who Are devoting All their time to missions. Each member Drew a place card which was inscribed the name some one in the Field. The possessor then took a seat at tile table representing the country where this missionary works the tables being called China Japan Turkey India and Affrica. Much amusement was afforded in the efforts made to find the proper place. Members went Home much Wiser concerning that subject. It was a very delightful meeting and produced much enthusiasm in missionary work. The new year to Start monday in More congregational Church choir to Render cantata . W. J. Miller who is a senior in veterinary at i. S. C. Is in grand Junction looking up a location for next summer. Prices now the most attractive and All because the people have been Quick to see the advantage buying monday Ushers in the new year 1912. The daily intelligencer wishes for its friends every where peace Happi Esse and Prosperity. The chief wish for Ames is that the people will take something for that thread Bare and useless fabrication a no time excuse. Ames people have the time to do everything they want to do. Everything Ames people really want to do they do regardless business other engagements. Other engagements business do not interfere with Ames people attending doing things they w ant to do. Ames is a Busy place. But not half As Busy As it would be if it s people would do the things they ought to do but Dodge under that awful old Chestnut a i Havno to the Ames territory will not be extended an Inch unless Ames people take the time to extend it. Ames will not make the Progress desired in any line unless Ames people make it convenient to take the time to boost. We have the time to do everything we want to do. Instead saying a a in a so Busy i do not have the time a Why not be honest and say a there Are other things i would rather we have All the time there is. While prices Are Down. We Are forcing the goods out now by appealing to the window and porch screens repaired repainted and stored. H. B. Corlette 615 8th St. Phone 610x. 73t7w common sense the Public and showing them a Road to certain savings. Foreign missionary society put this store your shopping list the w. F. M. S. Of the methodist Church met thursday afternoon with mrs. Kirkendall. Mrs. Leland led in the devotional exercises and mrs. A h. Gibson gave a review the years work. The programs for the coming year were distributed and refresh agents were served by the committee Mes a Dames Stultz Spence Cagwin and Allen. Sunday evening the congregational Church choir will Render a a Jehovah by Beasley. Sopranos mrs. A. B. Maxwell mrs. H. E. Bemis miss Alice Mcclure. Altos mrs. L. C. Tilden mrs. Geo. Judisch mrs. Frank Thies. Tenors . E. N. Wentworth . E. M. Westbrook . Murray. Bassos . Robert Clark . Albert Squires. The following is the program which will be Given part i. Overture miss Mcconnell. A in the beginning a chorus. A awake awake a a chorus. A Why mourn yes a Soprano Solo and chorus. A a Emmanuel a Alto Solo violin Obligato a shark the Herald Angels sing a chorus. A in a Manger a Bass Solo and chorus. A a behold a Tenor recitative and chorus. A shout the glad tidings a chorus. Part la. A song Joy and peace a Soprano and baritone duet. A we Praise and bless thee a chorus. A Beth any a Soprano Solo ladies chorus and full chorus. A the came unto his own a Bass Solo and male Quartetti. A fading away a Quartetti. A fall Hail a Bass Solo and chorus. A the will save me a ladies chorus. A the that overcome the a Soprano and Tenor duet. A using unto the lord a chorus. Part Iii. A King glory a chorus. A exalt him a chorus. A the ascension a a Soprano recital Tion and chorus. A Rise glorious leader1�?T�?chorus and Alto Solo. A come be blessed a male chorus and full chorus. A around the throne a Alto Solo and chorus. A a hallelujah a chorus. A k. Ersland who has been the cashier in the local Bank the last year is planning to resign and return to his farm near Julietta Idaho. Or. Ersland dislikes the confinement Bank work. Attorney de Tesdall and wife Des Moines have been visiting their Many relatives and friends in this Vicinity the past week. The misses tills Larson and Anna Ersland came up from Des Moines to take Christmas dinner with their parents. Oley Nelson is in Minneapolis attending to business matters. Mrs. Chester Peterson and sister miss Belle entertained a number their friends informally wednesday evening. Mrs. Ogle Des Moines spent Christmas Day with her Mother mrs. Hovik this place. Or. Ans mrs. W. H. Miller and miss Gladys and master Donald were Over from Perry the first the week. John Johnson spent sunday and monday with his daughter and son in Law . And mrs. Wold. He returned tuesday morning to Des Moines where he is employed in the Des Moines casket factory. Miss Esther Peterson is spending her vacation from her duties in a kindergarten school at Des Moines with her parents who reside Here. Charles w. Dudgeon was the unanimous Choice the members the co Moi it Olitan country club for yell master at the meeting held at the Beautiful Rural Home Hon. W. P. George last night. Or. W. F. Templeton the president called attention to the fact that the t. S. had beat them to it and had established a yell. In the future he wanted the lungs the c. C. C. To be ready for emergency. The Ames men and religion Forward movement committee was thanked for the Beautiful Pennant and the president was made the custodian the Banner and directed to display it at All meetings. F. R. Conaway presented the invitation Dean Curtiss for the members the club to unite in the Rural life conference to be held at the College saturday and sunday next week. Max George a senior in Drake Law school was selected As toastmaster the evening and enlivened the occasion with a number Good stories. The following program was Given piano duet misses Edith and May George. Reading a looking for a husband a miss kale Sayles. Piano Solo miss Gladys dudgeon. Reading a the widows prayer for potatoes a mrs. Templeton. Vocal Solo miss Grace Cole. Reading a the red Patch his pants and the dynamic Force a Billy an Oyster supper followed at which 108 people were served. A joint meeting for a dinner in Ames is planned with the other country clubs for an Early Day. A trial is to be the principal feature the next meeting. Ramey Jones is quite ill with rheumatism at his Home Hyland Avenue. St. Johns Guild the Guild St. John episcopal Church met thursday with mrs. Frank Graves Douglas ave. I be afternoon was pleasantly spent in sewing after which mrs. Graves and miss Cassie Lincoln served delicious refreshments. The next meeting will occur january 25th with mrs. L. H. Pain me i Duff ave. Christian Aid society at the Christian Church Aid society meeting thursday afternoon All the former officials re elected i s. G. A. Stayner president mrs. R. T. Jeffreys vice president mrs. O. E. Wilson Secretary mrs. S. B. Layman treasurer. Four new members were taken in mesdames dudgeon and Harris and misses dudgeon and Colet after which mrs. Stayner was presented wit h a Book a things Beautiful a in appreciation her untiring work the past year. A delicious luncheon was served by mesdames j. Arrasmith d. Arra Smili and Gene Williams. The Tilden store Start the new year right by opening an account at the Tilden store we Are Headquarters for the kind merchandise you want and to Trade with us is Safe. Store closes monday january i at noon Semmons is store w. . Committee the w. R. C. Committee meets tuesday at 2 30 at the Hall. Wanted you to know that the Winter term opens at Boone business College january 2nd, 1912. Roll. Now is the time to in Thomas Mills Illinois is visiting the Tilden store Good business men advertise. At the Osborn Home Kellogg ave. %\1

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