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Ames Daily Tribune and Ames Evening Times (Newspaper) - September 8, 1920, Ames, Iowa The Ames daily Tribune is the official newspaper of the 1600 members of Story county a farm Bureau the Ames daily Tribune and Ames evening times volume mks Iowa wednesday. Ship Tempe a 8, 1920 number 84harding will help Farmers Luther league delegates arrive i p. In in t pay their part leaders in Luther league and choral Union executives make final plans for huge convention leaders from All Over District gathering for meeting i Ere. Board of education boosts tuition to cover Cost of educating boys and girls from outside District pay must be made in Advance. Herewith tip Tribune presents another group of n a u Anil women prominent in the convention of the Young people s jollies league Ami choral us i Lii he opens in Ames tomorrow evening they Are. Left to a right above president i. A. Oakdale of Jewell it Olinge a member of the Hoard of the v. P. I. Nev. Martin Narstad. For Kier pastor at Jewell and president choral Union ill. Wardahl hanker of Stanhope. Treasury of the choral Union Aud a son in Law of Eli Nelson of Slater for 25 years a member of tin to Toad of the i Nitzl lutheran Church. Below miss Emma rum non member Jewell College faculty Ai of the y. P. Hoard miss Cora Johnson erd drove member v. P. L a Board mid Rev. Ii Wjk Norman i a Ltd Seo. Vice president of . Teachers made peaces filled officers and directors of toting Peoples Luther league i Horal Union have Leven Arrivin Day to he in attendance it a meeting of the boards Sod cd of the league and Union 8 00 o clock at the a Sheldon Hgt a when Ansi arrange Inci the Sei cd annual convention y v l a and choral Union starts tomorrow will be made executive Secretary Rev. U Jena to of Clear Lake. Arrived last night and has been envy today perfecting arrangements. Many of attend. Thous who will attend Fht a meeting at til Sheldon Muon include it. E. Waid land. St. Ansgar president of the league Rev la. M Norma in. Cresco vice president Rev. It a a Jensen. Clear i Ake. Secretary Eli Nnelson Roland the arid in a1 joint a night at. N Munn tents for of the which a a costs $14 a month to give advantages of High school training to Young folks eight dollars for grades training parents must pay up. I n a Nae for of a count of Lucres my other incr a Iii estimated entwining the Arr the coming year is Bool Board at 8. T v the h to for Grade schools i month for High in order to no pm use. The Board my this week to indents and la i it shool students. This increased exit a up Tai meet d the tut on rat fir non resident student to put a month for Grad. And from to $14.so a for High St Bool St Adenia. Must pay deference i it a its or guard ans it i non a i Grade school Pupil must pay the in month tor Ach student in ii i t Ireby while parents or Cardia i no re ident i High school student be called upon to pay it go a a a Mon in a i Ess of tile amount to be a by the District in w Miti the student i resides. Where student Frt in in districts attend High chinos in at her Dytri l a i or i required to Pav i tut i ath month tui tion to Iii High school. This braves $ s 00 a month that must be provided elsewhere. Non resident student Wal this year he required to pay the i rats it Tny a tar s tui Ion in Advance. Heretofore the superintendent has been put to a lot of trouble collecting tuition fee. Treasurer of Emma Knutson sometimes to the Embarrass sent Jewell of drove pro Corah miss Lily Rev. Ora Johnson. Eagle Sigurd req tie. Held m. Algeo. Sioux Martin Karat and red wine. President a Horal Union if. M Johnson. Radcliffe vice president Horal Union e. G Wardahl. Stanhope. Secretary miss Mildred Hannon. Story City treasurer and prof Carlo a. Sperm i. Decorah direr or Luther College band and Horal i Mon. Everything a in readiness this afternoon for the opening of the four Day convention tomorrow except for some minor details. Secretary Kohl. J. Shanahan of the Ames commercial club a ports that almost enough rooms have been listed. He feels that the Rooming situation can now be handled very Well. Tent for exhibits. Today the big 1 to Polc ten. 60x60 w As being erected at maw Ell Park to Home the exhibits from the different boards and institutions of the Church. The Interior will be so continued on Page two the student. Ruder the new arrangement evident students will pay int school Treasury the amount the estimate it will Cost to prof id cation for residents an that the St Hoo this year Sean even larger ment than last year part ten non re std it St Holts. Faculty members assigned to schools by superintendent Bodwell today High school principal is on the Job now has moved Here. My or. Schmidt Heads Central teachers corps miss Iverson at Beardshear miss Lymington at Lincoln and miss Hamilton at Welch Strong corps. Representation in government is first demand music will be special feature plans big Home of Luther league convention assignment of the 53 faculty members of the Antes Public chords to their work in the five schools of aim was announced this a Noennig by sup i Crim indent a j. Bodwell i of Tho total faculty 15 Are assigned to the High school four to Beardshear j 12 to Central seven to Lincoln and nine to Welch. Six Are special instructors who will work with students at All buildings. C. F Wygant. New principal of the High school succeeding a. J. St Freyr it signed is in Ames ready for the i work of the new school year. He has j rented the c. Pm Barnum residence at 021 Burnett Avenue furnished and with i w Ife will make his heme Here this confine school year. Tile karmic Are going to California. Prof. A Wygant has Fern spending the Sumner at Centerville Verna Schmidt will be principal of Central the coming year Nellie Iverson of Beardshear kale Lysinger of Lincoln and Ruth Hamilton of Welch. Mary bets has be a employed in place m Flossie Ulrich of Fulton. Mo., who contracted to teach in the Conine t Cid department of the High school but who resigned. Assignments made by superintendent Bodwell Are High school. C. E. Wygant principal commercial and mathematics Ora s. Anderson civic. Lora e. Britton science Jennie Cook Everts English m. Ruth i Hiller. Alberta m. Taylor history i Elizabeth j ones Clara Kelley biology. Beth e. King French june Carroll Miller English Nellie Newels mathematics a Lda l. Prentice latin. Wilma i Rayburn commercial Mary Berg. Marjory Bodwell. Beardshear. Not Hie j. Iverson principal 2p<$ i Grade preliminary and 1st Grade Myrtle Ellington 3rd and 4th grades Lillian Walsh the and 6th grades or. J. Boatman. Central. Verna Schmidt principal departed Neal preliminary Abbie Sawyer 1st Grade Avis j. Cole 2nd Grade. Dorothy Galloway 3rd Grade Nellie Stull 4th Grade. Grace Gleason 5th foresees smash if f air treatment is not Given producer. Picnic on Iowa state College Campus tomorrow to provide Day of fun and profit for Farmers president Pearson will be speaker. Of tuday night and pattern the \ he f. P grand conc by the Cho to attend t l. L., Iowa d by rift. No it saturday night by tin in Union presenting 500 est concerts. The comp r w we vol i will see Tan lutheran rid famed Lucas. Thou a ii convention i programs of the second annual convention f America presented it Maxwell Park with a a a band and a grand concert sunday afternoon Hon i rom a wide territory arc expected in Ames in trounced this morning Collar a by Raymond Clapper. United press staff correspondent state fair a. To ind St. Wacl mina., sept. 8.&Quot-Amerie must stand on her own feet agriculturally industrially and politically Warren g. Harding declared in a speech at the Minnesota state fair Here today. A we Are then the guarantors of our own Security he added. Agriculture is menaced by evils which demand not quack remedies but careful study and proper action the Republican nominee continued. Mist Deal fairly. A i Nolc is we Deal fairly a a he warned a there May Coom a conflict Between. The organized Farmers in the surplus producing states and those who insist on buying their crops below products n costs. We need fewer land hogs who menace our future and More fat hogs for Ham and Bacon a Harding said. A we need less Begui Lement in cultivating a quadrennial crop of votes and More consist ration for farming us our Basic Industry. We need rest am recuperation for a soil worked out in agitation and More and better harvests in the inviting Fields of Mutual it ,�?� his farm platform. Harding put seven planks in his agricultural Pat form today farm has Natation ii government right of Farmers to cooperative organization scientific study Ami net Ion toward stabilizing prices of farm products cessation of attempts at Price fixing on foodstuffs Extension of the Federal farm loan act to Aid Farmers in Purchase of land most efficient transportation possible Ami revision of the Tariff to protect the american Farmer. Harding a speech today was Tho i Vuk a pvt to first outside of Ohio since he became Grad. My be i r. Enss 6th Grade my a Krimin of to a a a the Republican presidential candidate. Myrtle . Marioa d j my la. Laude Katherine Cooper Erma x.1 or. Rush named a generally fair a say the weather Man and a great time is in Prospect tomorrow at Iowa state College rant Ufa i ctr a or i i act pus when i he i rank Liti township farm j a lev Luln i Ajo i by eau hold tis first annual Plena. Ame physician National committeeman from seventh District Truman Manning chosen Delegate. Or. E b. Bush one of the delegates from Ames Post. American legion to Tho state convention at adar rapids was elected National committeeman from the seventh Laura District. Truman Manning of Colo was named Cue of three delegates from this District to the National convention at Cleveland on september 28. The Ames delegation attending the stat convention included commander t. G. Garfield adjutant c. W. Holmen or. E. B. Bush Aud w. A. Radspinner. There a something you a be rid of the program is scheduled to Start at of of of clock. John Hansman. Pres Dent and Cisar Johnson Secretary of Gilbert have made elaborate plans for the picnic and Are a Ertain that it j veil by a huge Success provision j a. Teen made a hat in the ovoid of rat the program will be held in j doors probably in the gymnasium. The gymnasium is Large a dough to accommodate a crowd of 4, Tau if Nee j hers among them Marl Mcdonald county agent Leader. President it. A. Pearson of the col i own Corn crop heed in danger Only abnormally warm weather and unusually late fall can save much of it from Frost Only 42 per cent will be Safe by september 20. Thursday evening. 8 00 of clock. Hymn. J scripture Reading and prayer i v. I huns Oppedahl. J hymn. Of Welcome Hon. C. G. By United pres Des Moines sept. 8�?Only abnormally warm and dry weather Dur address Lee. Address Iverson. I be spout bes Polis Solo Herrin a Poi Dent gals \ Ihm it i hit inns. Elk. Lions the that hip Mut in of web d but v. 5. In v. M r. J. J. I Rev g. Rev. Lier Ais band to give concert Anderson Lavina rust. Lincoln. I Nota partly because of the political situation Bere. Harding made no reference to it or the Farmers non parti k de Lysinger principal 2nd Grade j ran league action Here. His speech Eliw Inary Helen Klingel 1st Grad was without direct reference to parti Tab Jufu. We a Alberta Harrison 3rd Grade Bernice j san polities altho he scored the treat Allen 4th Grade Merle Scarbrough j 5th Grade Rose Eholt 6th Grade Mary Harriman. E Waveland Oiin Norstad. A Cree. Smedal. Committee and or Welch Ruth Hamilton principal departmental preliminary and 1st Grade Louise Crawford 2nd Grade Buena Newberry 3rd Grade Irene d. Parker 4th Grade Zeta s. Holt 5th Grade j America must decide Agnes Harvey 6th Grade Ida m. I i t red St ites shall be meat accorded the Farmer in the last seven years. Wants balance restored. The government shot uld do everything possible toward restoring a balance Between livestock and Grain production to encourage a return to div it reified farming. Harding asserted whether the i self sustain splendid popular program announced for tomorrow evening by director i Grogan departmental Ethel la. Erick j ing nation or continue to exploit Agri tent committee on rests Gene Chenette Ballet Egyptienne is big feature number of committee on Nomina t Arni Munson provides of face is tor two loge and others Art on the program i in Tje next thirty Dave can save tilt to address the township Bureau mom or it hmm riou8 dam at a sport program has Bori pre fated which will it is expected in elude Many stunts and races. A horse the Iowa weather and crop bulletin Assn to today said. Reports from nearly 500 township j n director Gene Chenette of the Ames concert band announces a program of seven numbers for the weekly concent to be Given thursday night in the City Park starting at 8 00 o clock. In the attic out in the shed Down in the basement somewhere about the House it May he the parlor a is something you would be better off without. Something you a be glad to have the Money for. A Tribune classified ail will Cash it in for you. Somebody wants it. The trib. Nun a tor Sale a columns will find that someone. The Cost is nominal. The other Day a 25attent and sold Over $50 Worth of goods a Tribune and will do just As much for you. And do it quickly. Too. Am pitching cont get it. Oiiwto.1 to Munu How. Cording to the provide much amusement and will i 1,10. Possibly determine the township championship. There will be a Ball game Between East and West Franklin. In the course of the Days session the township Bureau will elect officers for the coming year. Bureau members will come with Well filled baskets the picnic dinner being eaten out of doors weather permitting. Not Only Franklin township people but All form Bureau members Are invited. Ars. I doxology and Benediction. Friday morning 9 00 of Oclock. Quiet hours of to 9 30, ,. Sermon cite personal Appeal a Rev. I ?, i Vilt i son. Bible study -9 30 to 10 00.a i addresses on convention motto bulletin that with Normal weather j to 12 00. From sept. I to sept. 20 Only 42 per my god it Church my country cent of the crop will be Safe from today and Frost of the latter Date. I hymn. Of the Frost should stay off until oct. I a my god today and tomorrow a son Annav Freeland. Supervisors. Supervisor of Art Marie to. Jussen physical Trainer for boys Bryan pm inert supervisor of music l. F. Stoddard supervisor of manual training he Singer physical Trainer for girls. Mildred cough school nurse Ruth Clough. Wire causes fire. Fire caused from a broken Dor is 87 per cent will be Safe and should it stay off until get. I. 96 per cent will be a of it. Ais the average Date of killing Frost is oct to the bulletin predicts so to 40 per rent of this years crop will be frosted Aud soft. Wheat forecast Cut. By United teens Washington d. �?T., sept. 8.�? the Tpring wheat crop Harvest was Trie wire broke out in the cattle j forecaster at 237,ri>o.i0o bushels to barns on the College Campus shortly i Day by the department of agriculture before 1 00 of clock this noon. The based on reports of sept. I. Fire department responded to the Calli the forecast for aug. I was 262,000,-but the fire had been extinguished too bushels. The department re when the department arrived. There Jarriod the condition of Spring wheal was Little damage except to the Walls sept. I As 64.1 per cent of Normal Anil which were somewhat scorched a estimated the yield per Aero As 12.1 4, Straw Pilo was burned. Bushels Rev. Glesne. Solo i Rof. Oscar Lyders. A my Church today and tomorrow a a Rev. T. O. Tote. A my country today and tomorrow Quot a Rev. Ii c. Holm. Hymn god bless our native land a Assembly. Friday afternoon. 2 00 a a clock. Address lion. Cd n. Haugen m. C. Song service 300 to 4 of a prof. Oscar Lyders. Greetings prof. Henry e Weisel. Get acquainted 4 0�?� to 5 00 Friday evening 8 00 a a clock Model league 8 00 to 9 00�?51 is Emma Knud son. Rehearsal Quot band and choral Union re High school auditorium. Continued on Page two 1 among them Luiginia so Ballet Egypt j Benne which is the feature of the program Mard circus King Quot a c. Heed overture inter Mezzo Quot simplicity Leo March a circus King j. C heed by Irish a nay. Alford serenade a evening Idyles Barnhouse Nuite in four parts a Ballet Egyptienne. Luigi i March a in storm and Sunshine a a. C. Heed or. Sampson has message to Ames cultural resources and leave to pos it Verity Cue task of finding food enough j a by Strong Arni methods if Noces Surv a to feed the coming hundreds of millions be declared. A i have no thought of suggesting that the government should work out an dab orate system of agriculture am then try to impose it on the banners of the country a Harding continued a that would be utterly repugnant to american ideals. Government paternalism whether applied to continued on Page two Creston town builder will be feature of commercial club meeting has a real message. T miss f like Tribune picnic. Webster a it sept. tons of water melons have been purchased for water Melon Day with which the Hamilton county fair closes Friday. Like a letter from Home tonight the first regular monthly meeting of the Ames commercial club after the summer vacation will be held at the flub rooms. Or. Of e. Sampson of Creston is to address the club on a the greater those who know or. Sampson or who have heard him All say they will not miss his talk if it is at All possible to be present. Or. Sampson head of the Creston Hospital and owner of a newspaper there will have something a a real to say to Ames men. Secretary Shanahan promises the address will not be i dry and that the doctor will have enough a hot stuff pertaining to Ames and conditions Here to satisfy the showers tonight with Euler in the most fastidious Southeast portion. Thursday goner a Large attendance is expected for ally fair. I tonight a meeting. The weather a site have enjoyed having the tritium very much this summer. It has seemed like a newsy letter from Home every Day. You Are to be congratulated upon the Quality of paper you Are so writes professor j. A Bowman to the Tribune asking this paper to change delivery from Cambridge mass., where he has been spending the summer to his residence in Ames. Professor Bowman twas one of Many of the Tribune s subscribers who had the paper follow them while they were absent during vacation time

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