The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 9, 1923 · Page 10
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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PAGE TEN. MUiNIUAY, JULY \>, ociety The Biggest Bargains in Our History. Every Item in Our Entire Stock Reduced. j IA. party (if young ladles left, (his morning fur the Methodist girls' camp near Nlekcrson to spotid several days. They wore accompanied by Mis. Al bort Thomson, Mrs. Bert Mltohnor, Mrs, .1. .1. llrownlro, Mrs. Tod Yueger. Mrs. Joseph Hrlunt. MIHS Yettor, Mr. C. H. Humphreys, Mr. Hortunn Haute, Mr. \V. II. Tinner unci Iir. <\ M. Cray. Tin- young ladles In I ho pnny wero Mlsa Vesta Cray, Miss Virginia Kol- l«m, Mlsa Mary Wliilo, Ml»s» Ktilh Lawrence, Miss Kllztilii'lli (Irabnndyke, 1 Miss I,m:llo ilciincr, .Miss Kathleen Fowler, Miss Loraine Wilson, Miss Vlia'dnla Wilson, Miss Vera Young, Miss Dor-ilby He nicy, Miss Rlmft Jen. liter's. Miss .los-phlue llrlant, Miss Jemi Priam, Miss Kvolyn Itoaeh, Miss Kwini V.-tn Bibber. Miss Mabel Foy, Miss |l,.|,. t i Fowler. Miss Morrl May Smithsvnrl h. Miss Martha nrownleo, s Nam-y Jan.. YVIiirh'-stor. Miss ris Yrngnr, Miss Viola Murray, s li.itnthv Cr.jever, Miss Nndino .•>•*. Miss Ylmlni.i ri'l.tihon. Miss <abeth Humphreys. Miss Leslie tr-ei. Miss liomthy Lyman, and .:; Alh .' Hanmed. I bird "f j, via.-:. ,,f [i.: ith.s lor Our Big Clearance Sale Continued Another Week Ml: lie: Mi. No Eli IV-| All Spring Coats, Capes and Suits Half Price Hundreds of Dresses, Skirts, Waists Half Price Many Sweaters, Bloomers, Petticoats Half Price A big lot of new Silk; Voile gM M £^ and fine Gingham Dresses /l. 1^1 from $6.95 to $9.95. Every ip^X.9&KJ one desirable. Your choice of our entire gt% mm stock of Silk Hose from %L 3 \Jk ^ $3.49 to $4.98 without ex- U> mm • «7 Aj ception for An assortment of all wool «fl and ice wool Sleeveless 1 VI /\ Sweaters, formerly up to U| AS V V/ $3.98. Choice for All Dres3es Reduced All Hosiery Reduced All Sweaters Reduced All 98c Aprons 75c Many $2.98 Dresses $1.95 49c Fibre Hose 35c $9.95 Silk Waists $2.95 $1.49 Slip-Ons 98c $1.69 Petticoats $1.19 Mrs. C th-dr Ti f !.-.•.< lio-In •(I. 1.. .luck- W llOlllM m was M.,. il In u clever n-'S Richard III" firework siilM'..:' part allily .-upper It.'inkln us- r whhh the TilO iilluStS pump. One car with young folks had ! drawn tip for n drink and started 'a phonograph when liho folks In another j| <:ar, also there for refreshment. Joined , In l.he pavement dnnolng, different re-[ cords mailing the foi trot quite tho I thing. It In learned that the nir from, tho south was delightful and cool und t that the dnn-cors, in the half-light of| dimmers, and In tho nhadow, seemed to find much enjoyment. ... <»> Miss Lena CM 11 entertained with a swimming party at tho Stevens, ponds yesterday moriiinjr. ew-wnpllmeiillnK her Hlstnr, Ml.-w Ann GUI ot Sylvia. The liuwls Included Miss Mlna Baker, Mlas Dorothy "Jane Haker. Wins Mildred lllodiiolt. Miss Mildred (Irice. Miss Orpha Jones and Miss Eunice Smith. Thoy wore chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. A. 3. 1'earco. •ir 'V * I'YIday the thlrtcentri meaii.s notli-' in;; hut pleasure to the members ofi the Hntehltison and I'n-ofesslonal Wo- J 1 men's club, that it, those who are left ; liehind In the offleo. Instead of thej-y usual club TOC—IIIIK l.ho ineiiibws wllljjji| have a picnic at Stevena pavilion on • fjr' Friday evening .-inil the re''t of the 1 3 'l a ^nTsUnnii!;™ 1 WUU *™ inK ]\&Si^^ O. F. Sawyer & Co., Corner North Main and Second St. Alterations Free. Everything Guaranteed as Represented. and Mrs, Ki-er. Major and :y '', li' M->ad. Captsin and i.iiil, t'init.-iin and Mrs. Mae- Mi-, and Mrs. l'hillp Fi 'iirl, I Mrs. [>ou .'•'liafl'.sr, Mr. and Diir l.i-nlz. Mr. and Mrs. llar- nkin, s!;s» 1 'a! h.irlna Smith, jl:v ! 'u'l.niins. v ,iss Yir^nia ,\ir. li.M'.dd Slud-r, Mr. Alva lr. Jam. s M. llichardaon, Mr. s held yesti Mrs. M .11;^ 1:0: th, 3-'r. Ov. Mr •Jl f 'h. ! Mru. tirilo, Marl- i!.|.-en :! Mrs. Inward id ciill- ;n and laliard, and Mr. W. .... Mr. can The )i,,me of Mr. and Mrs. U M. Collins, r.2u West Sherman street was the scene of a delightful supp-M' party IIIBI evenirm in !i:mor of Mr. and Mru. Sam ..r'.-Hiy '.\-iio v.'crc marriod rer.'u'ly. \ Dalies ai.d ma; iKoids decorated the table, where p!.i.:t>s were linirUcd for Mr. and Mrs. It I'. Stone, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. .1 .1. r.rayhill, nnd Mr. and Mrs. l-'iank VYernett, tho honor ^uost and host and hostess. Mrs. S. E. fiennia nnd Mr.-. O. P. llalhr-.ath v. ill be hostesses at Ladies tkilf day at the Country Club tomorrow Tins ladles will bot;iu playing early in the morning and at cloven o'clock hreakl'sst will he nor. ed. Tomorrow tlm'Kin?;\.r eountesl will hi-ein and the prizes will be awarded at. U16 end of the .season. ..i. ^ .J, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Morris of Nick- ors-on ennirtalncd at dinner yesterday at their hone, couiplimeutlnii. their nephew, Mr. Phillip J. Slnilcr of Kan- s'as City, Mo. Additionol KUCSIS were Mr and Mrs. T. A. Hlnilcr, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hodces and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. h'ced Simrdcinfl aiul .ion. f' •• v The annual picnic of the Past -ohib was held yesterday at t.'ie Carte.- Park, and a delicious supper was rer'.od last evening under the trees. There were l.wenty-oiirbt pres- >•!••. The jrnesls of Ille ,tlnl> iverc- Mr. aio! Mrs Aud.-:-e.'.m of Ho. 1 'ity and Mrs W. \. Ceaklin ,d Caniciou, Mo. id Mrs. W. 1-3 tci meriy of this city, arrived this morning for an oxteudcil visit with their parents, Mr. arid Mrs. 1,. Smyth of CaslIeUm and .Mrs. P. H. Ifauser of Haven. ' <i ?• Mrs, J. M. Cowan went to Dodpe City today where she will spend the week visiting her son, T>r. (>. I.. Cowan and Mrs. Cowan. Mr. Cowan will join her there, -the middle of the w eek. nd guests home of Miss Ninth avenue Miss Frhn to th nhih for a u hnme, 110 'I luncheon feliowii N"i!.'y Tea Hoom i I'-.)., will pi -i m"iiioers of he mine, of bridgi eUlh avenue ( side as r briilRi. at her a'lt and at the Uorabaui;h- Miss .l .v tic ire /or A. Mi. chili ; .. Iv I Tile vinp in First th e . P.. Kl: lime lobe: Mu­ ll nd club horn* , Wi»l llHKLOll of that her will Tr siihur !e K the 1 The niemb< rs of tho Ka. in u.i! joim nty atin the ^tar will hold •, July 25 at A jiunih.- elty, horn., have oij-al f.r luiieie meeiinr v. 110. .11 W:t!l !ili:^ Fran tli The nntn ]'iiiiy.iie Ml. Co 1 Me w. 111.. Mir lin,; v, ,-i-.. w.111 by Mrs.! Mr. il. K. ami lamhrl,.. the yuisiiR ladies of tho •u- ti.- Ai .uinn.f vacation,! . .1 n br.dr,-.' club to nmot J i nm! bridco. Ths flrat I he held Thursday after-' ios \' ovinia 1 'Mnklin and v think I111 as hostesses- at l !2i .i Sixth .avenue CVLJII. s of tho club' aro Miss vnnt. .Miss Fula rirown, 11 Ci.p.uUn, Miss Vlriflnla •> PERGONALS OF SOCIETY. [ Roj'orts from summer 1 itrot. Mann, Case, Ml Miss Muxai -i s Conkiln an olorndo hot.^ls nnd orts show the foihiwiiiR 1 it:t .-'1. iuson people as enjoying the. Colorado summer; Mr. .and Mrs. Hay 13. Diilou at the Antlers holed in Colorado Sirlngs, c.jlo.; I. 15. French at the A'ma bote! In Colorado Springs. Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Me.Roynohls and children and Mr. and Mrs. L. Tinder a! the I>sv ely Oamp at Green Colo.; and Mr. and Mountain Falls, Mr. and Mrs. H. B, Irvine of Marshal, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. th Si. Irvine of Sallna were vveoii c here yesterday tit tire l'lii/abetb Irvine, 12a w est. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins jr., ot Kansas City, Mo., and .Mr. Clinton Knnaira of Wichita have been visitini: Mr. and Mrs. it. F. Hulland at their home, lot Fifteenth a\euuo east. \*. -t> e> Mr. rmd Mrs. 1. 1C. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Conn Palmer, ami Mr. Chester Hums all of llalstead spent tho day bote yesterday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Karl Palmer, ill! Sixth avenue west. Miss Ada Cites left today for Hill Clt> where sire wiil visit her parents for the week. Later she Kansas City. Mo, and Tressie Yauehii for a short stay. Mr. F,. C. lio.vcs of Kansas Cily, Mo., who has bo- p. here- visiting ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. X. Heeves. 122 Ninth avenue west, returned to his home yesleiday. Mrs. W, A. ConkJin and children, Marion and Ilayard of Onmtrou, Mo. are here visiting Mr. and Mrs Stew-art Conkiln at their home, ih.el Avenue U east. w-ill igo to Join Miss Mrs. O. 0. McLaushlln or SSfdaila, Mo., is here vWttns h.-r- daughler. R. F. Hulland and Mr. Hulland Mrs. al their 'home, east. 104 Fifteenth avenue hers Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at: the church.. • I The Willing Workers' Circle of the Zion Krvnneelirn! Imtbern .11 church will have a picnic, supiier for Us mem- 1 hers end family at Carey's park. Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. ; Rev. Fred J. Weertz and Mrs. 1 Weortr. of Omaha, Neb., will bo the. quests of llev. A. J. Boll and Mrs. I Boil of'una North Washington, tills; week. Uev. Fred J. Weertz -will! preach at the Zion Evangelical Luth- j eran. church next Sunday for Rev.' Bell. He ia one of the associate pas- j tors of the Koontz Memorial church j ot Ome.ha., the. largest Lutheran! church In the United States. Mrs.! Weertz will jrlve a Hpeeial violin uum- 1 ber at next Sunday's church service. There will be a special program at the monthly business meeting of the Evangelical League of Christian Endeavor of tho GraniTview- church Tuesday evening at S o'clock. The voting people of tha First Christian church will hold a social ami the serai-annual election of officers. Friday lAcninir at the churcli. «• Y. W. C. A. NOTES. . * !w - - _ -v. - _ w _i" The regular board meeting of the Y, W. <' A. A\il'l be held at. ten o'clock tomorrow at the buiidinn,. Mother Try our ehildrens' department for hair cutting of al! kinds. Billie Cain Clean Towel Shop. S-lt HUTCHINSON TRUCK GROWERS IK ELECTION Eastman Kodaks Edison Phonographs A party of yi d.-iy ni,;iit and lisle bwl.-i V.eilt Mi.-.n Fii.-e I 'e'-tt >!..•'» Until trtiili Kv n llOl-elllV ., Ml:CI / licuho, ! hiintlni! .• Mrs 1 Si. roCSe, Virginia Mis pie r-ls^ut Saint Cuiiip (Var­ olii.-yinc 'ho Those who itese Vauuhn, , Miss Olive Force, Miss vlvla Hurtne-tt, Mrs the - l't Hentiey Pine P.iuf Mountain 1 nils, C arid iltinijht II age In >rs at 1 Ureen Mr, \\ IVhsu-les her-n heri old acijnainii..!.,. of t.h .i firs; fl II. Sloop for J hoop ' and Mrs. F.iburn, 111. have -ra! days renewing Mr. Shoop was one settlers In Jtiitio Kuili Katiihnni, Miss Ivllth hum, Miss Alia Cites. Ml:..I tier• llntler. Miss Alvina Yank, Miss Yank, Miss l'.ithei Stockman, Miss Tr. s; lie Vaughn, Miss tiledy** Part- l-idKe, .Miss Maude Klston. .Mr. Lloyd Colo, Mr. Si-.lney Lovelace and Mr. lio is Vowell. ,p * Mr and Mrs. \V. I.. .Rush of 311 J.'on: ti irsenne east announce tho niar- riaee of thei,- daiiKhter, Hazel to Mr. T. L. Wilson whkJi was iiuletly noh-iiinl/.'.-d Saturday evoniur,, by it,-v. K, ).. .ieurjiu of tho MettiodlHt church at tint isirsonam 1 , ;'.;'2 First av*- Jtl.e caFit. Th.- hiide's parenl.s wero the only attendants. Mr. WUaoa Is a Bon ot Mru. J. F. Wilson of Uul Fourth uieirue easi with whoiu. Mr. and Mrs. ^'I'.suu will make their houio for th« time. -i- 1\ c da Cray. it. U \*> •s.-r, ICsrio Pierson, 1. ('has. I arkin, IXiro- llinsh.-n,-, Charles Seiiul!/., Itay Jonbtl, all iiiciniicrii of the F.pi.-.copal Butiday leaye-l tho flnit "0|.us 1, No. I." by church service last .Ldin, Inez Vis. Kdith Hosliinson. thy- Cray, J. II. i'ttcvens, Henry niid Fid Harper, •First Methodist Bchoo! orchestra jr...:>remelit from iltomilz, at tho county in March IS'.T and proved up on tho claim which is now the J. M. Pafi'oitl farm -suuU: of the city. He celebrated bin •.•h>,hty-t !r3t birthday here ye-sterdny. Mr. W. 3. llamby loft yesterday for Kansas City. Mo,. Ohleago, 111., liuf- falo, N. Y., and Syracuse, N. Y., where he will Join Mrs. Ilauiby who Is spending the siiminor with her daughter. Mr.. VJarl SiicniM^r and Mr. Silencer at their summer homo in the mountains near S;, racuse. ••• -'!> 3> Mr. Wllllnm Carey return*! yesterday afternoon fixtin Oxiord, Engiand, •whero h« has heen al tending O.v^rd university this year. Mr. Carey will spend tho sunuuer hoj-o. returning to Flngland In October to eontlnuo with hla atodle^i. lis won tho Rhodes Sediohtrshrp last year. A. Mr. and Mru. I. C. Oonurch and children Irwin Jamea and Horothy of 1" Ninth West will leave today for dlffe.rsnt volnts In Colorado. M'hey wfil Hccotnlmny : Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Flory and daughter I'Tll/tibeth of Kansas City hy utotor. Mrs. HOBO Vauuhn left last evenit for Kauaas City, Mo., and Lnwrene-.-- whero she wiil spend some time visiting friends. Miss Lena naugherly of Wichita was a week etui guest at the home of Miss Daisy McAllistet, 71'.' First sve- Hue east. Mr, and Mis. F.. K. Crocker spout the day yesterday in ibihler. guests at the hoiuu of Mr. and Sirs. A. H. lluu- ler. Mr. and Mr». llauser !ui -d In Kansas City 11 few ilnys where Mr. llauser audited books of the K. & C. Trust Co., enrome. to Hutchinson. Miss Horn Clark of Oklahoma City, Okla. is liere visiting for a few weeks with lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clark of .'lit' Ninth avenue west. Miss Katharine Miller of Wichita ia here visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. I). W. Ivins and Mr. Ivlna 7lb N'orfli Poplar street. Fvira. W. S. (ireever la spending nuvernt days in Wlnfield visiting her sister, Mrs. Carrot Fitzgerald. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hobby left yesterday to motor to Los Angeles, Calif,, to mako their home. ... ... Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Day motored to Newton yesterday and spout the day visiting friends. Mr, Robert Crumiu will leave soon for Kansas City, Mo., \Vhcre he will make his home. Mr. and Mrs. .Harry Chrisfnor spent Sunday in Nowton with friends. •i- * * Miss Dorothy Cray spent the week end iu Newton visiting school friends. Mr. C. I,. Nicholson spent the week end In fjowton visiting his parentis. The Hutchinson Growers Association, which includes most of the larger truck gardeners of this vicinity, elected a board of directors at the meeting which was held Saturday night at the Chamber of Commerce. The new directors are W. II. Fnder- vsood. C. O. Curtis, A. N. Buser, Ross Martin and O. IL Trabue. Weans ot -exterminating grasshopper and webh worm were discussed at the meeting. HI. G. Kelly, extension entorn'ologhst from the Kansas State Agricultural College will talk at tho next meeting cm the subject of the extermination of injurious Insects. Beautiful Patterns We carry a complete line of .beautiful and distinctive I >atterns in uolid silver tableware. The refinement of the designs on display here will distinguish the table. They grace and reflect credit upon the discriminating taste of the hostess. Lady Mary, Clovelly, Maryland and Chateau Thierry. The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. The House ot Quality. Henry Zii.o Jno. P. Dirchfleld MULTIGRAPHtNG MaitinQ, Fotrilno,. Addressloo. PHONE C70 We vvrtto advertlslnn campaigns. , kinds of MaitTnp Lists. EUGENE HANDLES AOV. CO. Eugene Randtes—W. Ravmr.nd Allen | WEST SHERMAN All ! THE DAILY RECORD GIFTS ^••o...... 0 ..? Transcending tho commonplae In moderate- coat. yet well wiui- You will find a wealth of suggestion in our Gift and Art 'department, no -matter whether yon are looking for something simple or elaborate and unusual. Phons 2SD0 18 frorth Main St ' Deeds. Walter H. .Tordiul tn Ht-nrv K 0 10 (t. Ki, 17. IS, lii ami 1 -Ze. les a .1-1.. liutchinse:!. l.iaa O. Stlters to Anna K. Hba -n " r.-l iiciv-s nv. V-i and w to ac-rt-a lt4 -'_'a-i:. Al'.ie Carblener to Lily M. WVUicrle-e. etui, tets 1 arid 2, Ir.k. 1, Lwlnu Place add., Hutchinson. Eulldtilfl Permit. r»r. (.'. I". ItcXnlr will bolt.! a two story trains ri.'sl'i-ncs. at tlie --orn-.r of ;tix- tfintli and Main 'ircet-s to c--st JS.O-i-'l. Marriage Licenses. Chester F. -May, )tutctiint-u, STcdla M. Olark, Huti.l', 22. A Queer Combination. Chinese are represented as having great contenrpt lor foreigners, in spite of the destro ot so many to be smuggled Into distant lands.- Star. -Washington Ladies , Private booth for hair bobbing. Billie Cain Clean Towel Shop. 9-it $100,000 to Loan. On residences ur business buildings Newlin-Mauniug Co., ll'.i North Main. 0-4t Mbjo lieulah Armstrong is hero for a summer visit wiih hor, Mr. night. | and Mrs. J. A. Armstrong of Klghth • * * t avcutie west. Miss Arnmtrotig toaohea Mr. mid Mr,-}. J. R. Adklson celisbrat- 1 inathnmaUra in the University of lined their silver wedding anutvtwsary •: nois at tirbttna, I1L She has'Just re- jesfer-ltiy with a dinner party at tho j turned feom a trip to Yellowstone TOMORROW EVENTS. HOUSEHOLD HINTS By MRS. MORTON homo of Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Roberts iu Inimm. A bountiful dinner wae aorvod at noon, and durltrj th* afternoon other frlondu called and refreshments wero served at six o'clock. There, wero about thirty guests present throughout the day. * * * Sumo lime during hiBt nlglit motorists out for an airing saw pavomont duiicni-a enjoyinflr tlliomsolveB at tfc« turn la tlie Medora pavomejit, at th« National Park. * -* • Mr. Phillip J. Shuler of Knnsa3 City, Mo., wftio has beon hero visiting his parontu, Ifr. and Mrs. T. A. Shuler of North Main ntreM, returned to hla home today. Ho wfll stop in Junction tOHy enroulo to spend a short time with hli brother, Mr. M. H. Shuler. • * * Mr. and Mrs R. p. Hauaor, of 453 Kirlnrood Place, SL Louis, Mo„ The members of the Social Circle club will gather at the home of Mrs. .1. W. Clawsoll, (•'£'£ Fifth avenue east. Mrse. Fred Hem will entertain tho menihors of tlie Morning Cory club at her home, 705 Kant Hhormau atreut.- ..j>__.ff _~s5. —^.—-j—— ^5—../I—.-;,—<^ I I * CHUHCH NEWS. « Tho I>adlft8 Aid ot tho Church or the Brothem will moot with Mrs. Charles Parmley of 610 Rast Eighth Thursday afternoon. There will be a special called ntoeting of tun mem- MENU HINT. Breakfast. Sweet Cherrfes. Corn l^Iakiis. Bacon. 'J'oa^t. Coffee. Luncheon. Creamed Chipped Le--f on Toast. Ttadlshes. tlie en Onions. Currant Jelly. llrcad and Butter. Milk. Dinner. Eacalloiied Potatoes with Baton Enda on Top. Cottage Cheese. YVT10I0 -\Vhoat Brcat and Butter. l>-iiiiblnalion Salad. Berry J'lc. Tea. TODAY'S RECIPES. Three-Minute Mayonnalao — One whole egg, three tablespoons lemon Juice or vinegar, onehalf teaspoon salt, one-half teaspoon dry mustard, one and one^half teaspoons sugar, one- eighth teaspoon paprika, one and one- half cups saiad oil. Put egg, seasoning and one tablespoon acid und one- fourth cup of oil into the liowl aud beat well. Add remaining oil one- fourth cup at a time, beating vigorously. Add remaining acid a little at a lime during beating. For Raspberry Flavor—If you,aro fond of raspberry flavor but find the -set ds objectionable, try this: Take -black raspberries, stew in a little water for five minutes and put through Tine wire sieve or strainer, thus removing the seeds. To one cup of the berries add two cups of rhubarb and three of sugar. Cook until the desired consistency. ' SUGGESTIONS Stool for Dressing Table—An attractive .cushion and valance of cretonne used on a discarded piano stool, will make a dressing table chair. One can swing around at will and see the view from tho -back as woll as from the front. To Keep Stored Silver—Before putting silver away for the summer, preparatory to closing the house. It should bo carefully washed, polished and placed in flanm-l bags. Jewelers use colored canton flannel not bo- cause It does not show -the dirt so quickly as white, but because tho chemicals which are used to bleach the -white cloth are liable to tarnish BllVer. Tho flat pieces should be placed In bags having a separate compartment for each piece and then tied with tapes on which Is written tho names of tho articles. If all of the silver in its flannel wrappers is then •placed in a - drawer or box with btt:s of gum camphor, the chances aro that it will come out in the autumn la as good condition, as when it went iu. Makee Good Clothes Prop — When buying a new rug, always save the stlcU it Is rolled oil. C-ut a notch in one end and-it makes a very good clothes prop. To Dry Those Tears — Skinning onions, which usually ends In tears, can bo made a pleasure by pouring boiling water over them und covering a few minutes before peeling. For Lingerie Straps — If Iho shoulder straps on your underclothing slip ofr your shoulders, replace them with narrow elastic and you will have no more trouole. Summer Salad —- When tho family declares that they will not oat eggs in the summer time, they forget how attractive and good a salad of tomatoes, lettuce aud hard cooked ogg may he. Tho tomatoes are'peeled, cut into sections, and.chilled. Oil a had ot crisp lettuce, those sections should be arranged. Over them sprinkle hard cooked egg put through a rleer. Add a small amount of chopped green pepper, in a small oup ot lettuce at on* side ot the plats place a gpoonful ot mayonnaise. Take a Vacation at Home This Summei* Among' the saving washday helps we offer is one exactly suited to your requirements at a price to your liking. It will rid you of the heaviest of household burdens, give you many hours oi leisure, and, everything considered, save you money, > Phone 44 and let us explain these crvices to you. ]V^delT&undi3f VSCf CLEANERS SMIMhH *rc*ni Walt* PHONE 44 I X I I THE HUTCHINSON NEWS Delivered by Carrwr, lOo W«ak

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