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Ames Thursday Evening Times (Newspaper) - January 9, 1919, Ames, Iowa Nor in a Fiji thursday january to in ill to maps Dju Ariki devoted it the interests to a Wemes of Amos mud Viking in. L. G. My rom. Bah net a a til or is Ufen a. M which had been assembled for the morning before being taken 0.1 to meeting and included relics from i the Camp. They were Enro Ute from prance Germany Norway urn Swo san Francisco it Iuelis in Stai Jall Ames College Camp. Modern Woodmen of America held installation our cers at their Hall at 2510 Lincoln away last monday evening and the Olio Wing were installed for that re Yective of lets v. C. G i Palmer p. Cd a Joe we tool w. Ajohn Hamilton hanker. L. E. Hedrick clerk. C. E. Bennett escort. A f. Jeffrey watchman. E. A Huey sentry a. J. Berg m Laager Dias. B Mcdonald. A. T Lerdall had charge of lie intonation ceremonies Ai the close of Reich a social time enjoyed pie re Cream and Coffee was served after a round of songs humorous tories and a general Good time the and of to i Good Woodmen Quot re ired with Good wishes for the sue Ess and Prosperity of this growing mutation. I Atkin it Oker rom elected Mati Row at a conclave of the Gamma Sigma Olla Hon Oral agricultural Fra let i try held at and a saturday the Fol-1 it Wing officers for the ensuing Yea Ere elected or. C. H. Reklaw. Missouri. Nation i president. Professor finn Aly. Nebraska . Historian. Professor l k. Members of Kau is University vice president. Professor e. D. Ball. Iowa stat ollege. Treasurer. Or. L h. Rammed. Iowa state Coign Secretary sixtieth Centi it Cli la \ the twentieth Century club will 1 Elt to at the Home of mrs c. B. Jour rid a afternoon at 2 30 hostess j is. Deacon. Mrs. Middleton has Sarge of the program the Subjec i a which is Quot peace problems a Home Aud i met it the Unity club met yesterday it with mrs. It. T. Jeffrey eleven Mem hers being present. The Story for the Day was read by mrs. H. F. Pepper. Light refreshments were serv a it the next meeting win be held in two weeks with mrs. Dudgeon. In it. Cli it the w. In b club held its annual business meeting. Wednesday Jan 8, w the the president mrs. J. I. Mather. After disposing of old Busine. Or follow ing officers were elect cd president. Mrs. Alvin Banks vice president mrs. Frank Brokaw Secretary treasurer. Mrs. Richard Lawson . Mrs. Tom Barbour. The next meeting will to an All Day meeting at the borne of or. Tom Barbour time to be announced i later. I in Oln sewing Circle the Lincoln sewing Circle meets with mrs. E. I. Walter this evening. 1 it is especially desired that All members be present As there is a request from the. Hod Cross for sewing to by done. Rebekah installation the Rebekah Lodge will have installation of officers tomorrow even ing. Everyone should be present refreshments will he served. J. I. W. A it an interesting meeting of the j i Vav. Club was held yesterday at tie Home a i mrs. Al. Hullibarger. Two guests being added to the fourteen members present mrs. L. Puth and sister. Miss Tekla Holt a nurse a Iowa City who has just returned from nursing Lier brother a family at Goldfield thru a seige of influenza the meeting had unusual interest from a Large number of souvenirs Princess today Ethel Clayton in a the Cirl who came backs her first Paramount picture and its a regular one. Tomorrow Wallace Reid and Ann Little in a the Man from funeral Range Meno need to death he Mak its a sensational escape from a train Enro Ute to prison. Some picture. Mati Drav i Bryant Washburn in a it he Gypsy Trail a Den anti also old time clothing worn by parents or grandparents of members alls. Floyd Nash brought a number of articles sent from France by her brother including a letter taken from a dead German Soldier. Mrs. Hullibarger served Dainty refreshments. Endeavor social there w ill be it a social Glim by the j Christian Endeavor society of the congregational Church in the Church Parlours. Friday evening Jan. To at. Sharp. Everybody Welcome. Monos have Stag party the Mono clan which has been in a practical state of demobilization since the War begun had a get to i gather meeting tuesday evening j which was enjoyed by thirty two men j including a few guests. An oysters upper was served Aud progressive five Hundred enjoyed. Several Mem bes who have been in service enjoyed the reunion including Guy finc Liam. Clay Stafford Robert Mccarthy and hat us proper. Cli la women at Ames the biennial Board of the stale federation of women a clubs of Iowa held a two Days session at the Shel Don Munn hotel yesterday and today in conference with the local committee in regard to the biennial to be held Here this Spring. The personnel of the Hoard present is mrs. J. W. Watzek of Davenport president mrs. Spaulding of Grinnell vice pre. Ident airs. J. C. Cummins of Des Moines recording Secretary mrs. I Quot f. Faville of fort Dodge corresponding Secretary and mrs. Armstrong of fort Dodge treasurer. The local Board and the executive Board were guests of airs. Watzek at luncheon today at the hotel. \ it tory luncheon the members of the Victory club had a luncheon yesterday at the Shel Don Munn All members except mrs. Henry Wilson who is in St. Paul. Being present. A four course lunch Jeon was served Tho flags of the allies being used As table decorations and the place cards and favors being i patriotic in design and color. Adjournment was taken to the Home of i mrs. A b. Maxwell where a patriotic program was Given Roll Call being responded to by a Victory or War news item or letters from friends in service. Cards were written and signed i by All present to mrs. Wilson at St. I Paul and mrs. F. W. Hicks of Clinton former members of the clue Popcorn balls were served. A a a we personal a twin Star theatre a today in Quot Rommi iary climb weekly the height Quot Mary Miles Minter also hears Patio Friday Lillian Walker in Quot the embarrassment of Kirtle front the Anion play of the same name Sah Kray Quot Herlin via american with i r a is Ford ii the Ann in an aviator is n a y Geha limn e Farrar in Quot the turn of Hie wheel % ,._____ a a a a or. Waters was in Des Moines yesterday attending a dentists convention. He returned to Ames last evening. Miss Stella Ballard who is employed with the Tilden store co., is ill at her Home with the influenza. Mrs. Stella Hunter of Sibley Iowa who has been Here visiting at the j. B. Noose Home left today for los Angeles Cal. She will spend the re i minder of tin Winter at Long Beach California. Or. Maxwell was a business visitor to Des Moines yesterday. Mrs f. Vance of Shenoah who has been Here visiting relatives re j turned to her Home this morning Lier j son David v Ance and grandson d Naid. Accompanied her to her Horn a coach of thirty six soldiers on their Way to Camp Dodge was held Over Here for the greater part of the most of them were Iowa boys. They will be discharged from Camp Dodge in a few Day or Rogers of the Puritan cafe went to Des Moines this morning on business. Mist Edna Annonson of Story City is Here visiting miss Lena Nelson mrs. Black of the Shipley Black co returned last evening from Webster City where she has been on business in connection with their store at that place. Or. Shipley of Mason City is Here today on bes Ness miss Jessie Stephens of be Guin was Here yesterday on business. Mrs. Harter Walter and son left tills morning for California where she will spend some time with her Mother mrs. Farmer. Rev. Edward gave a talk at the High school Assembly. Lieut and mrs. Harold major Are visiting the Gates Brown family at Dayton. Mrs. A. H. Muon entertained a few friends for mrs. Hunter of Sibley at luncheon at the Sheldon Munn yesterday. About fifty new members were taken into the High school y. W. C. A., today. A very impressive recognition service was held in the basement of the Library. Mrs. R. M. Hunter of Sibley who has been visiting at the Home of mrs. J. B. Noose left this morning for California where she will spend the next few months. Carnie Bunkie who Lias been stationed with the medical corps at the Presidio san Francisco. Calif., has been transferred to fort Itigan Colorado where he expects to receive his discharge in a few Days. Mrs. C. H. Stange spent today in Des Moines. Or. And mrs. Ted Garfield have located in Ames or. Garfield taking up Law practice with judge Lee As he was before entering the w a service mrs. S. Ochampaugh left this morning for Wausau nebr., to look after the property of her brother whose death occurred Here last week. Mrs. H. Nowlen land son Charles left today for it. Dodge where they will visit at the Frank Nowlen Home. Mrs John Rossland and daughter Isabel and or. And mrs. H. O. Hutchison and baby of Dexter City Are guests at the Rossland Home. Mrs Vav. L. Sills and son Walter of Des Moines Are spending a few Days with mrs. F. G. Pratt and daughter. Little coloured boy in the poem Quot Happy go Lucky As everyone know though out Ort the elbows and out at the Quot twin Star today miss Minter is accorded lilt distinction of being on of the youngest real stars of the screen. Her Rise to Stellar Heights has been meteoric and at the same Tine justly deserved for she Lias brought to the screen a most pleasing personality and one of the prettiest faces in films. See her in Quot Rosemary climbs Tho adv. Twin Star Friday Lillian Walker the screen s Champion dimpled Darling now a thing presented in a series of Quot Happy Quot pictures the first of which Quot the embarrassment of will be shown at Tho twin Star Friday is an Ideal personality for Sulci plays. Quot i could no More play a Vamp or a tragedy Queen than i could Fly Quot said miss Walker in an interview recently. Quot by nature i am Gay and Light heart cd. Even years ago when i was ver poor working at the pictorial review flier i Learned to color prints receiving the magnificent remuneration of one Dolla a week for warfare while studying there i was like the grab counter see what you can find in our grab counter Friday and sat i Row Shipley Black co. Stifling Trode where you do the Best patients Friday and saturday 302 main striped Wool Challies regular 65c Friday and saturday Yard 39c january Clearing Sale i Plush and cloth Coats a pig jumbo Bath towels 3 for $1.00 $1.00 neck weak Hok e coh on counter 0%/c Plain a plaid dress goods regular $1.25 Grad a now per Yard at i m is Al Fow Clearing prices 69c embroidery Hook of it o. X. T. T Roche Codon 3 for .35c Wool yarn Hank _ a to Fie Comfort it lot ii yard25c Cotton Batt. 30 Outing flannel 22c Wool skirts value to is Ilao $5 to $12.50 Serge dresses Val in to $30.00 Choice $12.50 Siek dresses 38 to i january Clearing i h e $19.50 special petticoats silk Jersey top $3.45 silk dresses Only a few left special $16.50 size 16, 88, 44, 46 silk waists lot i$2.45 lot 2 ________________$8.65 lot 3_______$4.05 All our Fine Chiffon face Broadcloth a $5.00 Quality Friday and saturday $2.98 sweaters our prices on Wool sweat or w ill make you buy at sight Wool dress goods values to $3.00 40 in. To 54 in. Wide Friday Sauk a $1.59 womb will la Princess tomorrow can you imagine Ann Little As a cabaret girl in a dance Hall frequented by Biers and the flotsam and jetsam. Of the romantic West that is what she is in Quot the Man from funeral in which she is leading n for Wallace Reid and which in displayed at the Princess theatre tomorrow. Miss Little characterization is a novel one. She has been heroine cowgirl Indian Maiden. Fifth Avenue Type hut it is Long since she has done anything of the kind if Ever. But miss Little is versatile and she rather welcomed the change. As Janice the cabaret g re who wins til love of Quot the Man from funeral Range Quot she is so he to give a splendid portrayal. Lottie Pickford has a similar role and or. Reid is of course cast for a role which he plays with his accuse touted Sang Froid. He is a prospector thrown into the vortex of a tragedy which of Ever ends happily after a Long series of exciting experiences. Beautiful backgrounds Are a feature of the photoplay which was directed by Walter . Center. Jan. 30�?chris Island Mccallsburg. Feb. 6�?wm. Merkel 2 my. Northeast of Story City. Jan. 22�?p. M. Phillippo North West of Story City. Feb. 8�?elsie Thompson t. O. Thompson Mccallsburg. Feb. 3�?thurman Wettland 2 i. W. Of Ontario. Feb. 4�?john Hicks 3 my. S. Of Ames. Feb. Ion Clarence Highland South of Roland. Feb. Llo. T. Mold Nevada. Feb. Llyl. J. Miller four Miles Northeast of Madrid. February 12�?wash. Riggs 4 Miles South and one West of Ames. Jan. 14.�?mclaih-Lawson, near Ames. Feb. 13�?l. E. Feis one and one half Miles Southwest of Napier. Feb. 14�?h. O. Hoagland s my East Story City. Jan. 16.�?g. P. Gardner 4 i. A. Kelley. Jan. 15�?joe Severson farm 8al b Fob. 16�?seven Arneson Nevada. Fob. 18�?d. H. Jacobson i in. N of Gilbert. Feb. 19.�?w. T. Barr Chester White hog Sale Ames. Feb. 20�?f. M. Zenor 6 Miles West of Gilbert. Feb. 20�?chris Hall Roland. Feb. 21�?chs Chhat Laniog i it i. South of Story City. The sex Kaiser Haw one Consolation. He is the Only father in Germany with six boys of military age who went through the War without an injury to one of them. Fresh eggs for Sale c. G. Ilaug. Saud dates claimed Jan. Ion to. L. Mathre Story City. Jan. Llu Bert Welty. Nevada. Jan. 13.�?nels Herstrom six Miles Southwest of Kelley. Jan. 15.�?g. R. Gardner four and one half Miles West of Kelley. Jan. 23.�?t. J. Fever Colo. Jan. 25�?joe Stewart amp son 7 i. Northeast of Ames. Jan. 27�?j. J. Fitzgerald state Cut Flowers for All occasions f. J. Olsan amp sons phone 8 is Here s a Good bargain we Haven t told you about that will be on Sale Friday and saturday along with All the Good things we have planned for you. A Sale of Odd lots in Hunting Wear heavy fleeced garments Light weight Fine ribbed garments some with Long sleeves and High neck and some with Low neck and no sleeves at All. There Are All sizes in the lot except size four and they Are Worth up to $2.25, your i?1 of Choice each i 5j.�ou come in try your Luck and see if you can t find just the size you need in the garment you like Best. Remember the big Sale closes saturday iwo More Days. Better come. The Tilden store

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