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' AM1i5a Ttmnrt Tim* IOWA. iATOlDAT, limttBKl 1«, 1133 L«f l*n Auxiliary T« Elect Otflc«r« Officer! (or the coming year will b« -elected at the re*uUr meeting of the American Legion auxiliary Monday evening at the home of MM. Wilkle Harper, 121$ Ridgewood. 'A good attendance ii especially desired. • • • Entertains At Klrthday Courtt»y Mn. Keith Ferguson entertained at a delightful evening party Tuesday at her home on Walnut street in honor of the birthday anniversaries of her husband, and her mother, Mrs Asa M. Horrell. The evening hours were spent in 'games and contests and refreshments were served at a late hour. The guest list included, Mr. and "Mrs. Albert Gibbs and children. Patsy and Bobby, Miss Harriett Gibs, Ralph Wrights, Nevada; Mrs. Wert Hill and, daughter Rox- .ie, Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Alcott, Jay Ferguson and Jack Ferguson. * * * W. H. 8. club ' Meeting Wednesday The W. H. B. club will be enter- .tained Wednesday afternoon at the country home pf Mrs. Ben Keltner. Mrs. Nettie Taylor is in charge of the program on "Bulb Planting." There will be an exchange of seeds and bulbs at this time. * 4 • CnttrUini. At Supptr Danct CALCNDAD Saturday Friendly Class Party. Monday Beta Tau Delta B. P. W. C. Board Meeting. Child Study. Div A. W. C. Art Div. A. W. C. Legion Auxiliary. Miss Evelyn Askeland, Betty and Jeanette Boiler. The guest list included: Mrs. Lou Doggett and Mrs. James Gilchrist of Ames; Mrs. Herbert's. Hadley. Mrs. Fred E. Hansen Mrs. G. A. Benjamin, Mrs. Tom Blakemore, Mrs. Virgil Gilbreath, Mrs. Emma Harris, Mrs. Robert Boyce, Mrs. Charles Goebel, Mrs. Jerry King, Miss Golda Ausbury, Mrs. James Forbes and Mrs. Margaret Davidson Thomas of Detroit Mich. Tribune -Times School News idiUd by Ikigj Mcl«o4 *5^5Bte5CSSBaBHH^BMHHSL_ CLUB ACTIVITIES HAVE PLACE ON 1ATUIDAT, BZPTKMBIft 16, 1«3 A well-rounded program of extra-curricular activities has Deen planned for Welch junior high school students this year, a schedule of meetings in the Me-rrill Kooker entertained at a delightful and novel supper dance, Friday evening at the Bungalow tearoom. Ten couples -were guests. A four course supper was served with dancing between courses. Specialty numbers included -vocal duets by Ardys Mason and Margaret Taylor and two readings by Ferne Karns. Robert Root gave the feature talk of the evening, having as his subject "The Hard-headed. Asbes- tos-abdomened. Silent-shift Flea." Guests included: Ferne Karns, Margaret Taylor, Dorothy Moser, Nadene Hanson, Helen Cunningham, Genevra Faber, Melvina Da- Tis, Mary Koos, Imogene McDonald, Ardys Mason, Robert Root, Marvin Mason, Walter Barlow. Ed Chinnock, John Sawin, Bob Mor- D. A. R. Holds Optnino Meet The first meeting of the year of the Solomon Dean chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. L. Boyes. Mrs. Dorr Allen was in charge of the lesson on "Cuba." A general discussion followed. Light refreshments were served at the conclusion of the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bowers .of Des Moines were business rcall- ers in Nevada Wednesday and also visited with friends. Virginia and Barbara Mills, daughter of the Rev and Mrs. Fredric T. Mills of St. Paul who have been quests in the home of their grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Mills and Mrs. Edith McCall have returned to their home. Mrs. Carrie Hankins who has been residing in Des Moines for the past few years has moved back to Nevada and is occupying her residence at Seventh street. Her brother Bert Elliott and office of Principal Guy Wagner reveals. Bach day 30 minutes, from 10:20 to 10:50 a. m., is devoted to club meetings or assemblies. On Monday of each week, an all- school assembly is held with talent being brought in from outside the school to furnish entertainment Each home room has a program of its own during the play hour Tuesday. On Wednesday, five clubs are in session during the period: Hi-Y, girls glee club. Arithmetic club, Ninth Grade Dramatic club and study hall. The Hi-Y group meets every two weeks, alternating with the Athletic club. Six clubs meet on Thursday, including the seventh and eighth grade Dramatic club, Algebra club, boys glee club, Eighth Grade Science club, Boys Domestic Science club and Outdoor Recreation' club. Of this group, the Algebra club holds meetings only once every two weeks. On the Thursdays it doet not hold meetings, the Latin club is in session. Fridays are given over to school assemblies at which home rooms furnish programs. Picnic for All iJ-ACQUAINTED Ames Teachers WeU Attended R _ Ererj Saturday During Bofaool Tw The annual picnic and mixer for Ames public school teachers was held at Brookslde park last Saturday evening with a near-100 per cent attendance. The picnic was sponsored by the Ames Teachers club, which is headed this year by Lawrence Loy. Other officers are Mrs. Kate Mitchell, vice-president; Mrs. Ruth Heller, secretary; Miss Gertrude Fellows, treasurer. Mrs. Mitchell, Mis» Henrietta Gronlid and Mr. Loy were in charge of arrangements tor the affair. Each teacher wore a tag bearing his or her name, and the name of the school in which he or she teaches. The time following the picnic supper was spent in exchanging stories of summer activities. The teachers club holds two general meetings each year and wag, formed three years ago to advance the social and professional interests of the teachers of the Ames public schools and to further the cause of education in the city and state. Roscoe Lorenz was the first president and Miss Ruth Miller headed the group last year. PARTV GIVEN By vu44Luu\,jL, •lujjii oanm, XWD jviujr- - —"•*•*"•*• «.**« gan. Harry Hug, David Holmgren, f,° U - ng * st sran ^ B ? n are making Howard Carter. * * * Courtesy For Recent Bride Mr*. Clifford Springer and "Mrs. Ernest Carlson of near Boone were hostesses at a. miscellaneous shower given at the Carlson home Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Leonard Springer. Mrs. Springer was before her marriage. Miss Ruth Kingsbury, daughter of Mr. and Mr». E, R, Kingsbury of the North Grant neighborhood. Ths afternoon was spent playing (Ernes and in giving the bon- ore« acme Tery excellent advice. In th«> late afternoon a little wagon, "which was trimmed in pink aad white, full of gifts was brot in by little Richard Springer, nephew «f th* honoree. Mrs. Springer was asked-to guess the contents of each-package and when they were-finally opened they divulge4 juiny lovely gifts. 1, , ; Th* pink and white color scheme was: Tery beautifully carried out in the borne decorations and was again used in the lunch served which, consisted of ice cream and cake. Much, success and happiness were -wished Mrs. Springer by those present «•*•«. District Theoeophical Society to Meet Her* The District Theosophical society, will hold it* manual meeting at the home of Miss Etta M. Budd, SO* Kellogg avenue, Sunday, Sept 17. The district is composed of lodges in Iowa and Nebraska, and this IB the seventh, annual meeting to be held in Ames. The program for the day will consist of reports of the theosophi- c»l convention and summer school held at Wheaton, ffl., and a basket their home with -her. ' Mrs. Mary Loftus left Thursday for a two weeks vacation at Lohrville and Fort Dodge. Floyd Jondahl of Roland son of Mr. and Mrs, Sam Jondahl underwent an operation Wednesday evening for appendicitis at the Iowa sanitarium. The condition of Mrs. p. W. Hopkins of Colo who has be»n seriously ill for some time is slightly Improved. Mrs. Wright Ringheim accompanied Mr. Ringheim on a. business tripp to Independance, Mo., Wednesday. They returned to Nevada Thursday. Mrs. B. H. Montgomery and son Judd of Chicago who spent several days in the home of Mrs. Montgomery's father, V. W. Judd have returned to their ome. Miss Helen Button left Wednesday for Lincoln Neb., Miss Button win resume her duties as a teacher in the Lincoln school'at the opening of the school year next Monday. She has spent the summer months with her parents, Mr and Mrs, E. C. Button. Milfbrd Parents, Teachers Hold First Meet Fri. MILFORD Twp.—T he first meeting of the Milford Parent Teacher association for the 193334 school year,- held in the school auditorium Friday evening, was a reception for the teachers. A large crowd attended. The meeting was opened with community singing and after a short business session the following program was presented: Song, Esther Hovland; song, William .Gowdy; talk, Miss Lucile Douglass, new county superintendent; song, boys quintet: introduction of teachers Supt Ralph Morgan. . $ Students Transferred from Welch, CrawPd Fifteen students enrolled in the fourth grade at Welch school have been transfered to Louise ' Crawford school and 25 first, second and third grade students have been transferred from Crawford to Welch in order to give the teachers of the various groups a more nearly normal pupil load, Principal Guy Wagner of Welch said Friday. A total of 54 had been registered for fourth grade work at Welch. { HOLD RECEPTION AT NORTH GRANT The North Grant Community club held a reception for teachers of the.school last Friday evening as a feature of the initial meeting of the club for the new year Scott Moses, president of the school board, gave an interesting talk on problems confronting , the school and pointed out cooperation between the .school and the community was the only means of success in the coming year. Miss Lucile Douglass, new Story county school superintendent, was also present and spoke briefly on the work of the county schools for the ensuing year. Pafl Donnelly cf Colo entertained with a group of vocal solos. Mi«s Sidney McKim of Nevada played the piano accompaniments. Mr. Smith of Nevada and Mr. McNabb of Fe'rnald played several Hawaiian guitar selections and Girls who are Just beginning their studies in Ames high school as sophomores, and mothers of all Ames high school girls, were entertained at a "get-acQuainted" Party given by the local Girl Reserves organization last Friday. Guests were welcomed by Sara Foster, chairman of the "little pals" committee. The program included a soprano solo, "Oh What a Friend We Have in Mother" by Elsie Siemers, piano selections by Louise Olson and a short playlet by a group of girls from the Ames High Dramatic club, Jane Helser, Mary Ellen Lynch, Ruth Mitchell, Barbara Nelson, Jane Clement and Gay Starrak. Cider and donuts were served at the close of the program. Mary Janet McDonald, social -chairman of the Girl Reserves, was In charge of the affair. The organization's cabinet, which was elected last spring prior to the closing of school, met at the home of Miss Helen Curtiss, organization sponsor, Thursday evening to discuss plans for the year. A new of raising money for the club's and the State Center Hi School Gasses Are Organized STATE CENTER—Classes In the State Center high school were organized as follows at the meeting held Monday: Senior—Elvis .Eckles, president; Alice Marie Inglis, vice president; Dorothy Terpstra, secretary-treasurer; Paul Egfers, advisor. Junior—President, Kenneth Loney; vice president,' Veltna Schuler; secretary-treasurer, Janet Eskhardt, Edgar Daris, class advisor. Sophomore — President, Gladys Gerke; vice president, Virginia Brlmhall; secretary-treasurer, Jean Eckhardt; reporter, Marcella Bog- gesS; advisor, Leriore Baughn; Freshmen—President, Kenneth Patton; vice president, Edward Ma honey; secretary-treasurer; Harlan Jones; reporter, Raymond Wormley; class advisor, Dorothy Sweeney. AMES HI DEBATERS fund is under consideration was discussed at length by cabinet at this time. Members of the cabinet are: President. Mary Abbott; vice president, Sara Foster; secretary, Virginia Akin; treasurer, Nornia Van Scoy; program, Ruth Kun- nerth, Rosemarie" Allsfe; social, Mary Janet McDonald, Maureen O'Neil: devotions. Helen Cunningham. Mildred Riedesel: music, Helen Beard. Margaret Doggett; service, Mary Ellen Lynch, Josephine Brown; publicity. Evelyn Bender. Marguerite Root; finance, Margaret Woodrow. Education as an Asset to Success By Dr. FRANK CRANE No matter what a man's work he can do it better if he is well informed. And the point here is that education, while it has a larger bearing than a mere preparation for one's trade or profession, is ROLAND P-T GROUP HOLDS FIRST MEET ROLAND—The noland Parent- Teacher association held its first meeting of the new year Wednesday evening at the school house. The following program was presented: Community singing led by Miss Grlzelda Morse; business meeting in charge of Mrs Albert Eggland; selections by a vocal quartet composed of Margaret Orland, Ether Norem, Kerene Eggland, Evelyn Anderson^ address of welcome, Mrs. Jacob Erickson; response, Miss Evelyn Erickson; "Changes Made in the Local School System," Supt F. A. Gorton; selections by vocal quartet composed of Mr. and Mrs 0. S. Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Swenson. A social hour folowed, during which refreshments were served by a committee comp'osed of Mesdames Porter Borwick, Orin Dickinson, B. J. Solyst, Bertha Shaf- land, Julia Olson, Milton Hanson, Sam Bakka. E. B. Ericson, Cyrus AS GOAL THIS YEAH Last Wednesday morning, a group of Ames high school de balers met at the school and re solved to capture the state high school dehate championship wBich has eluded them by such narrow margins in the past. Twice in the last few years an Ames high team has reached the finals only to have victory escape at the last moment. The squad members have chosen Norman Severson, a letterman and veteran of last year's first team, to be president of the debate club this year. Robert Richey, another major letter winner of last year, was chosen publicity manager. Both boys are seniors", and together with Paul Duitch, another senior, who won a minor letter last year, will form the nucleus around which this year's team will be built Charles Vilbrandt has been elected treasurer of the club and Ray Duitch transportation manager. To regain their places oa the team this year will be a real task for Severson, Richey and Duitch since three members of last year's second team, Robert Bliss, Ray Duitch and John Vanderlinden, LOCAL DRAMA! Officers of the Ames High Dramatic club were installed Friday at a ceremony held in the school auditorium, the regular meeting place, with Gwendolyn Cameron serving as the installing officer. Red was the predominating color in the service, red candles, red footlights and red roses being used. A rosa was presented to each of the officers, who are: President. Don Akin; vice presl- dent, Paul Morgan; secretary, J^aa Keffer; treasurer, Jane Helser; librarian, Jane Clement; electrician, Bob Richey; state manager, Ray Duitch; property manager. Ellen Gay Pickett; costume mistress Phyllis Fraschee; art director! Marguerite Root; make up manager, Charles Dixon: business manager, Doris Pettit; publicity man. ager, Helen Cunningham. Mrs Feme Gaunt is director of the dramatic club. The club has a total'of 90 thi» year, including 38 new members. — 1 •• Musical Program Is Feature of First North Star Meeting A musical program featured ths first fall meeting of the North Star Parent-Teacher association and a very promising group of new I ne!d Tuesday evening at the candidates, including Margurite sc hool. A large crowd was present Root. Walter Barlow, Charles Vil- to near the. selections played by KTO n/4+ /"*riv>*-**...J« »jT — r_i A -. A Ho C^»<"\* f* ™ {••>«;,._ t_ - -. A • brandt, Gertrude Mann, John Sib- erell. Maxine Anderson, and Charles Du/bam, will be pushing them hard. Last year,- the. Ames team earned the right to represent its district at the Mate tournament finals at Iowa Cily when Webster City was defeated In a double debate. At Iowa City, four debates were won and four lost. Very close contests were had with Roosevelt high ,ot Lies Moines and Davenport, the two finalists. Besides the state tournament, Ames sent a team to Drake university to compete in the McCahill cup tournament, but North high of Des Moines crushed its hopes in the first round. The Ames team won revenge when it tied the Thompson, Jacob Erickson.' James ' state cnam Pionship Roosevelt community singing, which is fast the very best equipment for any becoming one of the most popular means of opening club meetings, was included on the program. Ralph Hakes, president of the community club, expressed the thanks of tiiose present to the entertainers. The committee in charge of the reception was composed of wives of board members: Mrs. Nds Christensen, Mrs. A. G. Kingsburj Mrs. MacToms, Mrs. Scott Moses --—$County Society Neu* dinner'at noon. Nevada Coei»fy Nvw* Announce Secret Marriafle Mr. and Mrs. Sam E. Severeide of Story City announce the secret marriage of their daughter Odella to Volney Twisselton of Tama which took place, August 31, ,1931. in Crown Point, Ind." The couple will reside in Des Mixer Is Initial Hi-Y Club Affair The Ames Hi-Y club opened its year's activities Thursday evening with a mixer held at the public schools field house on Lincoln Way. Supper was served at 6- o'clock and during the evening the boy s heard a talk by "Dad" Hoyt of Des Moines, popular 'athletic coach and official." The first regular meeting of the club will .be held Friday. September 22. Ray Donels is club sponsor and Lawrence Loy assistant. and Mrs. James Date. Teaciers are Donald Palmer, Al oion, superintendent; 'Miss Irma Johnson, Gilbert, principal and high school; Miss Mabel Freedon Elgin, sixth, and seventh grades Miss Marguerite Kirby, North Grant, third, fourth and fifth grades; Miss' Dixie Mead, Cedar Falls, first and becond grades". PUPILS OF 50 Is Hostess To Social Hour Club Mrs. : W. H. Harlan was hostess Wednesday afternoon at her home to the regular meeting of the Social Hour club. Following the business meeting the program of readings on the history of Iowa was in charge of Mrs. Huldah Vail. Short selected poems were also read. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Huddlestun. Mrs. Carrie Hankins, long time the c!ub at Aid Hold* Guot Day • A guest day meeting of the La dies Aid society of the church was held Friday at 3 o'clock in the church An interesting program w « Entertains At "ett-Nuptial Courtesy Mrs. A. W. R. Boiler and daugh- er, Mrs. Clyde Steward, entertain- 'd at a delightful evening party Wednesday at the Steward home is a courtesy for Mrs. Harrv s-orbes, a recent bride and daueh- er of Mrs. Boiler./ The evening hours were spent in iriiiuilng; towels for the honoree ind the shower of lovely gifts '•ere presented from a decorated '•agon. Each supst also presented >trs. Forbes with hfr favorite re- Two course ri'froUunonis •rvpd at thr '•oncluMon of tl,. , ,,.. in* by the hostenses assisted by were no- Moines. It Hostess To Tuesday Club I Mrs. Lizzie Crawford was host- I ess to members of the 'Tuesday club of Franklin township, Tuesday afternoon at her country home. Twenty members and the following guests were present: Mrs. Fred Finch, Kelley; Mrs. Leonard Weigel, north, of Boone; Mrs. R. L. Stone, Mrs. Ray Crawford, Miss Hazel Stone and Miss Lillian Phillips. After the business session . a play entitled "Alphabetical Courtship," was enjoyed. Taking part jn the play were. Mrs. Hattie Dodds, Mrs. Nellie Allen, Mrs. Grace Sawtell, Mrs. Lillian Cole and Mrs. Daisy Hunter. Mrs. Hattie Deeds and Mrs. Cora Stone, who celebrated their birthday anniversaries at this time were presented with gifts. Refreshments were served during the social hour by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Ray Crawford and Mrs. Leon Carpenter. The next meeting of the club will be on Oct. 10 at the home of Mrs. Mary Zea, Entertain Country Club The members of the West Franklin Country club were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Morris north of Ames Monday evening. The affair was in celebration of Mr. Morris' birthday anniversary. Thirty were present. The evening hours were spent in dancing and refreshments were served at a late hour by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Frank Allen. Mrs. j. H. Alien and Mrs. E. J. Hunter. Rev. T, T. Heimarek. Attendants were. Mr. and Mrs. Merton chant- land of Gilbert. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olive, who live -east of Gilbert. She attended the Gilbert school last year. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles K Johnson and has assisted his folks in their grocery store for several years. After a short wedding trip to Des Moines and Blue Earth, Minn., the couple will be at home in Cambridge. •$> <«> Cliv«.Jphnaon Nuptials at Story city The marriage of Miss Harlenr PIIK* , aDd Cyru " Jo hnson. both of Gilbert, wam solemnized FrM«- OVP ' h( '»"-""' '."»" Zenorsville Aid Holds Supper The Zenorsville Ladies aid held its annual fried chicken supper in the church west of Gilbert Wednesday evening. ..The aid realized $17.00 from the supper, which will be added to the aid treasury. Entertains Kensington Club Susannah A. Zwillin? was hostess to . the. Kensington club of State Center at a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday, at the home of Miss Martha Dobbin. Four tables were arranged for bridge. Guests were Mrs. J. Donald Benson of New York city and Mrs. Jane McCormick of Kansas City. Country Social Club Meets The Country Social club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Henry Chitty west of State Center Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Harry E. Foole gave a review of the book "The Picture of Dorian Grey" by Oscar Wilde and Mrs. L. R. Carney played a number of violin solos accompanied by Miss Lizzie Roberts. Refreshments closed the afternoon. Guests were, Mrs. Wallace Carson, or Brighton; and Mrs. E H. Schilling, Mrs. H. E. Weuve, Mrs. Goo. Beinsen and Misses Lucile Blensen. Mildred Neidert and Helen Weuve, all of State Center. Legion Auxiliary Elects Officers Mr*. Selma Reimenschnetder was re-elected president of the auxiliary t:nit of Harland G. Pfaim Pout, No. 122 American Loaf State C 1 (nl»r al th? in- ou Vase Flvt) SHELDAHL—Men and wome'n. who were students in the Sheldahl school 50 years ago gathered, at the old schoolhouse last Sunday to spend the day with their teacher, Miss Nellie Richardson. A picnic was held at the Henderson picnic grounds with the following answering the roll as it was called by Miss Richardson: , Tom Larson. Michas Henderson, Alex Henderson, N. Tjernagel, Annas Henderson, Albert Henderson, Mrs.. Chester Handeland, Mrs. John Peterson, Anna Larson, Mrs. E. L- Ericson. Mrs. Annie' Larson, M. 0. Tjernagel. O. J. Henderson Mrs. Lewis-Braland. Charles Knutson and Theodore Knutson Former Thorson Students Meet with Teacher STORY CITY—Thorson school pupils of 1901 to 1903 and their families met in the Story City park Tuesday for a picnic with their teacher. Chester H. Thompson, now of Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Thompson was present with her husband. Those attending were: Mrs. John K. Johnson and Clara, Christena and Isabelle, Mr .and Mrs. Ole Thorsbakken. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Thorsbakken and Bernice, June and Jeanette. Mrs. Thomas Sol- brack and Alice, Mrs. T. T. Olson, Mrs. Ed Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Egemo, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Johnton and Marjorie, Chelsea and Howard, Mrs. H. B. Henryson. Mr. and Mrs. T. Z. Henryson and Viola Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Henryson and Harald, Gaylnrd and Myrtle. Announcement * NEVADA—Miss Lucile Douglass, county superintendent of schools, wishes to announce that all teachers who ordered copies of the Course of Study for Ell- mentary Schools may get (hero now at her office in the courthouse here. There are somt library books ready for distribution to sll rural schools. If the teachers will call at the superintendent's office. Miss Douglass wll bo jtlart to give (hern out. sort of efficiency. Whatever your peculiar calling, your expertness is more telling it it- rests upon a basis of general culure. As a stenographer you will do better work and your chances of advancement are much greater if you are familiar with history, know your Shakespeare, and are not in doubt as to whether Botticelli is "the name of a cheese or a violin." As a lawyer, doctor, or preacher, your reputation will very likely rest as much upon your "all aroundness." your wide acquaintance with the inside of great books, and the general Impression that you are not a narrow-minded specialist, as it will upon you*, technical finish. Culture means intellectual background. It means accumulated" force behind .your stroke. • It means that you are not only' capable yourself, but that you know how to absorb and use the capability of wiser persons. It gives you perspective. It increases your personality. It strengthens your influence. It keeps you from settling down to become a mere cog in the wheel, a little specialized,piece of machinery to do a certain task, and makes you a Human Being, alive, vibrant, radiating. It. makes you Somebody, not just Anybody. Many a mother has realized too ate that she has no hold upon her :hildren because of her lack of tnowledge. They have grown up, and gotten away from her. Many a man has risen in the business world only to be humiliated j because he has neglected to ac-1 quire that education which alone would qualify him to mingle on 'erms of equality with well-inform;d people In fact, no man or woman who ias neglected an education does not bitterly regret it sooner or later And no living person was ever sorry that he had secured an education. : There never was an age in the history of the world when it was so true as it is now thaf "Knowledge is open to Everybody. Its gates are unlocked, its door is unlatched, its road is as free as the king's highway. The only things that prevent any person from acquiring useful knowledge are laziness, self-indulgence, weakness, and procrastination. Even if you did not get a chance to go to school, or if you failed to improve your opportunity when young, you can still set out upon the royal road to Education if you have the will. And even in the case of those who are college graduates, the Jest part of their education Is got- 'en from their studies in the ten years after leaving school. There Is no single thing so essential to Success in whatever cal- "ing, a s Education. Hoversten, Cecil Rhodes, A. B. Anderson, Ed L. Anderson. S. O. Britson, Eli N. Nelson, Howard Jondall, H. E. Lura, Milford J. Britson, Ivan Sampson. Committees for the year have been appointed as follows: Program—Mrs. O. S. Boyd Mrs. E. I. Roshfim. F. A. Gorton, Miss Grizelda Morse. Miss Kathryn Layman, Mrs. Albert Eggland Social—Mrs. H. M. Bakka, Mrs. 0. L. Turmo, Mrs. M. 0 Rod, Mrs. 1. M. Cole, Mrs. Nefll Seymour Mrs. Henry Alvestad. team for first place in the Central Iowa Forensic league—well above the North high team, which is also a member. Last year was the first year of this league. The popularity registered was sufficient assurance that the league will continue this year. Winterset, Valley Junction, and Indianola were the league teams that bowed to Ames debaters last season. Debate is becoming more popular every year with high school students, the rivalry between _ teams running very keen. The Health—-Mrs.' ~"c7""o. Highland I particular rivals of Ames r. . •» . .. oj'^a.uu, Koon Tin-lrt r* V.A.I Mrs. Jacob Erickson. Mrs. 'j. E Britson, Mrs..B. H. Snudtson. been. Eagle Grove and Roosevelt, and the squad is determined to Membership — Peter p." T e jg bTal ljotl1 of tnese tsams this year. Mrs. J. E. Michaelson, Mrs. Cecil' ; v , ... • . , • • : : Rhodes, Mrs. C. E. Rod. Mrs. B. J.' U. ?' w s eeJ LJ! ecause ' of U1 * Solyst,.Juel Sandvold, Mrs. Barney " ^~ Durby, Mrs. Albert Askelson. Mrs. Lewis Omundson, Mrs. S. O. Birkeland. Notes from SchooU of Lafayette Twp. LAFAYETTE Twp.— Miss Iva Crouthamel, who teaches school near Nevada, spent the week-end at' her home^here. Mrs. Lester Carlson substituted for .Miss Adelaid Hougland as teacher in district No. S Thursday. Miss Rose Eimen of near Boone opened the school in ^district No. last week. Lucile Nelson. . who attends . school at .No. 6, .was absent from ness. She had'summer flu. Miss Marguerite McCoy opened school at district. No. 9 in Harrison township last week. Ada Scott's junior orchestra and a reading presented by Conine Weirson. Members of the orchestra are: Lloyd Christens =n, Marjori* Young, Harold Swanson, Robert Weirson, Byrl Mae Davis, Scdalia Boymen, Grace Swanson,and Leaora Wright. PIAYIAND FUN GALORE r Guests are able to tike snort jaunts out into Minnesota's Land of 10,000 .Lakes etch day and return each eveninf to • real comfortable night at THe Curtis. iraaSt.SOjMrfcy. CURTIS HOTEL 10th Stfttt, 3.J ie 4lk Avc. MINNEAPOLIS Marie Barnes Flanagan DANCE STUDIO of DES MOINES Announces the opening of Dance Classes TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 FEATURING— Ballet. Toe, Greek. Character, Tap. Soft-Shoe. Eccentric Strut. Acrobatic, and Ballroom 1 for beginning and advanced students. Registration:=• Sunday, Sept. • 17th, 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. Mezzanine, Sheldon-Munn Hotel. O'NEIL'S VELVET fi&i* 224 Are Enrolled at Milford School MILFORD Twp.—A total enrollment of 224 was reported at: Milford consolidated school on the opening day. Registration in the various grades is as follows: First gra^o, 25: second, 23; thtrd, 1R; fourth, 24; fifth, 15; "l*ih 1ft, sovfiMh. 19; eighth, 24; high school. 67. Safe Sealed t The Final Safeguard Perfectly pa&t«urlzcd milk bottled In sterile containers and capped securely against the intrusion of dust or germs comes to yon in the finest possible condition. These efficient caps, easily removed are your final safeguard for pure milk. O'NEIL'S PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM Delivered Daily to All Parts of Ames SPECIAL BRICK Fruit Ice Cream Pineapple Sherbet Vanilla Ice Cream O'NeM Dairy FHONl 63

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