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Ames Daily Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 29, 1911, Ames, Iowa �f0 a a us i Juon 3h4ndames daily intelligencer volume 44ames, Iowa wednesday november 29, 1911 number 49 ii Clear the decks december 14-1/ i four Day rally program of men and religion Forward movement the following preliminary program has been arranged for the four Day Campaign by the committee of too of the men and religion Forward movement. The names of the speakers will be Given later. One of the Best teams now at Wrork in this world wide movement will be at Ames during the four Day Campaign Tiu re it tay december 14. Supper at 6 p. In. For the committee of too and other men interested in the movement 6 45 p. Rny meeting at the College. 7 30�?mass meeting at methodist Church addresses by members of the team. Or. Medbury of Des Moines will be tile principal speaker. Friday december 15. 9 30�?College Chapel convocation. Informal conferences and visitation by the team. Afternoon platform meeting and institutes. 6 45�?conferences of student and faculty workers at College. 7 30�?big platform meeting. Saturday december 16. Convention Day people from the surrounding country and from neighbouring town will be urged to come to this convention informal conference during the Forenoon. Dinner at noon for men. Dinner at noon for the families. Afternoon platform meeting for the discussion of the Rural problem and Community Extension an address by Hon. Henry Wallace and talks will be made by other experts of the team w to have made careful study and have had practical experience in this line of work. Evening platform meeting show ing special phases of the work in the Forward movement. Sunday december 17. Morning messages to the sunday schools. Regular Church services with outside speakers where desired. 3 p. meeting for men. 3 p. In. Mass meeting for boys. 4 p. and conferences. 4 p meeting at College for men 7 30 p. In two great rallies and the closing services. Clear the deck dec. 14-17 remains of dead Brakesman taken to Ottumwa or. J. G. Morrissey a Friend of the Macgowan arrived last evening from Ottumwa also her sister from Des Moines. Word from or. Macgowan brother in Colorado is to the effect that he has started for Iowa. These two mrs. Macgowan her three children and or. H. M. Duckworth left on the 8 of clock interurban this morning for the old Home at Ottumwa. Or. Macgowan was a member of the knights of Columbus and the Catholic Church which will have charge of the funeral services tomorrow. Fire scare proved to be a Chimney burnout the fourth Ward lire whistle blew last night about six of clock because of the burning out of a flue at the Home of mrs. R. C. Barrett on the Campus. The neighbors had a scare because of the stiff w ind but help arrived at once and no serious damage resulted. The Only people in town who were not excited were mrs. Barrett and her daughter Ruth. Catholic students entertained thanksgiving Day the Young people of the Catholic Church both married and single will entertain the Catholic students of i. S. C. Who Are unable to go Home and get Back in time for the next semester at a party to be Given thanksgiving evening at the Home of or. And mrs. M. J. Mccarthy on sixth Street. I thanksgiving Day dinner at the College Alec Chappel Captain of Basket Ball team Alec Chappel has been chosen Captain of the Basket Ball squad with coaches Williams and Hubbard in charge. Beside the regulars among whom Are Chappel Pfund and Kerrigan of the varsity there Are Many men out trying for the vacancies a Dalbey Dowell Rogers Corey Miller Myers verse Bisbee Newell my Elroy Barker and Vondrasek. Yeomen had enjoyable initiation meeting in the regular cooking Laboratory monday and tuesday afternoons the senior girls in the Home economics department of the College prepared thanksgiving dinners. A a done to you wish you were a senior a said one of the senoritas today. A monday afternoon the division of the class that i am in got the dinner and yesterday the other half of the class prepared the same menu. We were on the jump All afternoon and at 7 of clock found our places at the table in the Blue dining room by place cards painted by miss Gettemy. Everything was delicious and we had a Jolly Good time even if it was a strictly state the following is the menu which the girls prepared grape fruit Tomato consomme with oysters bread Sticks roast Turkey Chestnut dressing Squash truffle Cranberry ice Parker House Rolls spiced pears Jelly salad wafers celery Writh cheese Carrot pudding with Sterling sauce Pistachio ice Cream w Ith peaches molasses cookies divinity salted almonds Coffee the members of the yeomen Lodge had a great time saturday evening. About eighty people were present 35 of them being guests from Boone. The visitors brought with them their degree team who exemplified the work two candidates from Boone being initiated. The evening was passed very pleasantly and near its close a bounteous supper a Good old fashioned Square meal was served by the committee mrs. E. A. Miller being chairman. The out of town guests left at 12 35 a. In. In a special interurban for their Homes in Boone. The Long distance run won easily by Ames Ames College won the conference five mile Long distance run with 32 Points Wisconsin was second with 58 Minnesota got 103 Purdue 114 Nebraska 130 Iowa 132 Indiana 139 Northwestern 142 Chicago 236. Cleveland of Wisconsin led the Field with a time of 29 43 1-5 and Farquhar of Ames second. Nebraska which was doped by so Many to win finished fifth in the final standing. Keep things moving. Saturday we will offer a special lot of ladies and misses mixture Coats Good dependable qualities at each $7.50. $10.00 and $15.00 Here is a Chance to save from $5 to $10 on a coat have you looked at our special dress goods bargains yet Semmons dry goods store i to Chi butt Nep the weather. Fair tonight and thursday warmer tonight and in East portion thursday. In it v it amp or it of s \ Ivy set t to y / re a Quot that i May publish with the Vole of xxvi. 7. Lord let me thank thee for the Rains and for the Sunshine and the Dew for grass that carpets Hills and Plains for Flowers that make glad the View for Snow that hides the naked Trees for All that in completeness blends they have brought Comfort All of these these and my company of friends. These Are the things that make me Rich my heart where Faith still holds its place my hands that have no miser itch to grasp the prize before the race. My soul that Waits its Day Serene a Hope that falters not nor ends when life seems sordid crude and Means these and my company of friends. As some w Orn Pilgrim tells his beads i count today my scanty store that is sufficient for my needs but deep within my beings Core there is a truer thankfulness for this rare goodness that life sends. I would not ask for More to bless than this my company of friends. Though i might Heap up Gold and gear and prideful have a rulers Sway without my friends i know my year would not have held a Happy Day. Though i am grateful for what gain my simple toiling comprehends i know my life would be in vain we lout my company of friends. Lord bless them All for i am glad because today i Call them mine i would not give them up to add unto my store of com and wine. I thank thee for this year of peace but am one who now commends to thee for blessings without cease his goodly company of friends. Copyright by w. Q. Chapman Fine live Stock shipped to Chicago Stock show give thanks for year s blessings the thanksgiving Day services will be held at the congregational Church thursday morning at 1030. The ministerial association has arranged with Rev. Fred Riggs pastor of the u. B. Church to preach. The following program of thanksgiving services will be held at the congregational Church at 10 30 tomorrow Organ voluntary miss Mcconnell. Hymn 39, a god of mercy god of scripture lessons Rev. J. Frederick Catlin. Anthem a mighty Jehovah a f. W. Peace choir Reading of proclamation Rev. Lew c. Harris. Prayer Rev. Jay Kirkendall. Hymn 367, a to god beneath thy guiding Sermon Rev. Fred Riggs. Offering for local Charity fund. Offertory the lord is my Light a Allison a Robert Clark. Hymn 368, Benediction Rev. David Moore. Organ postlude miss Mcconnell. At St. Cecelia Church at the Catholic Church mass will be celebrated at 9 of clock thanksgiving Day morning. Four cars of cattle horses and sheep were shipped from the College yesterday to be exhibited at the Chicago live Stock show. Each car had a Man in charge and were brought Over to the Northwestern Over the College line. No intelligencer Ames in country s first championship teams time limit called thanksgiving Day 1711. They got the Turkey from the Woods the pumpkin from the Field they Sang with Praise of heavy crops and blessed the splendid yield. They baked the luscious pumpkin pie with Rich and Flaky crust and vowed in honest thankfulness a rewarded is our Trust a thanksgiving Day 1911. We patronize the Turkey Trust the pumpkin Trust for pie of sugar Trust and butter Trust and flouring Trust we buy cranberries that a another Trust the egg Trust gets us too the Railroad Trust brings maty things from other trusts to View. We ring the Trust made dinner belly the viands Are discussed we Bow in chair Trust seats and vow a rewarded is each Trust due notice herewith that venerable examples of humor must be Laid on the shelf. At a dinner Given at Des Moines by a a Armer Wallace Brothers in Honor of e Ames football team or. Geo. M. Chappel the weather Man and father of several Ames stars made the principal address. He said a games has won the state championship of Iowa a games tied Nebraska for the Missouri Valley championship a Nebraska tied Michigan a Michigan beat Pennsylvania a Pennsylvania beat about everything in sight and now a games is Well there a nothing the matter with Ames and you Farmers Are some pumpkins. A just watch Ames grow a for the Benefit of a number of people who Are burdening the mails with hilarious things about the thanksgiving and Christmas seasons we beg to mention the following themes which Are now barred by the statute of limitations Quot thankful that i am not the tur the resemblance. A yes we Call that old Gobbler Abdul Hamid a said the Farmer. Quot indeed a we commented. A and Why Pray a a because he is the old Turk in th�3 lot that we will not be Able to get any Money out truly we might have foreseen this had we noticed the copy of the funny weekly in his pocket. Special matinee at the Princess thanksgiving Day at 3 p. In. Two acts of vaudeville two motion pictures. Any sea 10c. A got nothing in my stocking until i put it a poems about the Soldier boy so far away who weeps Over his hardtack and sees visions of the folks at like As not he has foraged a better dinner than he Ever got at Home and has won All the Money in his mess at poker Quot anything and everything about calling the doctor on the Day after this joke has appeared regularly since 1774 and should have been superannuated fifty years ago a Boardinghouse Turkey. Consists of neck and the average Boardinghouse Turkey also has wings a Turkey appearing in hash for three turkeys Are not elephants a kissing old Der Ever occurred maid by mistake unsettling of the kind a any combination of coloured Man Farmers dog and this idea has been worked Over until it is old enough to appear in London punch a fall allusion to the Sultan to the partition of Turkey and to the combination of Greece and let the poor Man alone in his troubles mayor Sheldon returns from prison tour the daily intelligencer will observe thanksgiving Day. No paper will be issued until Friday evening. Wedding yesterday at Gilbert Catholic Church or. Frank Ricke and miss Amelia Wirth were married yesterday at St. Peters and St. Paul a Church near Gilbert Rev. F. C. Renier officiating. The Bride is the youngest daughter of or. Fred Wirth. The Groom graduates next month from the Palmer school of chiropractic at Davenport. They will be at Home at Davenport at 828 Brady Street. There was a Large attendance at the wedding. Or. Edward Ricke and miss Adelia Wirth were the witnesses. A thankful spirit a it is Turkey today and the feathers there a Only a step from rejoicing to sorrow. Tomorrow we want what today we rejected and tomorrow we miss what today we is Only a step from rejoicing to sorrow but Only a Day to a gladder tomorrow. The smiles and the tears Are Uncertain and fickle but there a Turkey to eat and the feathers to tickle. Its As Well to be glad with the Joys of the present. And not look ahead to tomorrows unpleasant for smiling is free but our troubles we borrow with a a it a Turkey today and the bearers tomorrow. Book and Basket club push red Cross Stamps a called meeting of the Book and Basket club was held monday afternoon at the Home of mrs. F. It. Line Baugh on Northwestern Avenue. It was decided to take up the Sale in Ames of the Christmas seals put out by the red Cross society the proceeds going toward the Upkeep of tuberculosis Camps. One thousand were ordered and will be put on Sale very soon. At the close of the business a1 enjoyed a Victrola concert and Light refreshments served by the hostess. Annual Bazaar the ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church will hold their annual Bazaar thursday afternoon and evening dec. 7. Chicken pie supper served in the evening at 35 cents. If it were not for Africa Europe might be reasonably Law abiding. Mayor Sheldon returned this morning from a tour of mid Western prisons making an inspection before bringing in a report on the Iowa prison investigation. At Joliet the $17,000,000 prison standing there for years is to be abandoned the state purchasing a 600 acre farm four Miles from Joliet. Prisoners will be taught agriculture. At Michigan City there Are 18 acres inside of the prison Walls. We do Job printing. The Tilden store will close thursday morning at to of clock for the balance of the Day. Friday morning the big a getting ready for Christmas Sale will still be on in All departments. Saturday morning we place on Sale 600 Yards of Plain silk and taffeta ribbon in Black White i 1 sky Pink Cardinal yellow Copenhagen at -l2 these ribbons come in numbers 40, 60, 80 and too. Many of them Are 5 inches wide. Come in Early and buy ribbon Worth from 20c to 30c per i to Yard a 2 the Tilden store

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