The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 14, 1923 · Page 6
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, July 14, 1923
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PAGE six. T HE HUTCHINSOtf NEwy 8 ^^ SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1923 Open at 8:30 Rorabaujjfh-Wley's m. Ctote at B.00 13 Sounds Ao a Diasi Cool, Doesn't It? Get Suit and Try It Out One dive into the riMv warm. Tin 1 cyistiimc. If you to Ljivt- omilnrt Suits .md .swiniiuii) n pool and you have forgotten that you ever were uncomfort- only thing to worry about then is the looks of your swimming pick a suit from our stocks you will have one that is designed with perfect fit and smart appearance.' every member of the family. iwiniintng along ; accessories for Bathing Caps «in Suits for Women A knlltod suit of ^<>*nl i|u.i!ity that Is to be wont villi a bolt; COOK -!; in navy and In black In nil size*. - The price $2.98 An nil vv<:ol fill, cume-; in navy or bln<:k !ti all slv.u'. 11 lit I" be ivure Willi belt. The price $5.00 A lint 1 all iv'nl j'u'r may be 1 (.-re. Con A 5 I to I l:ni -1 afi.-'ortme and : In 1 hip. knit t n I and 1 In plain navy. i'>! hell nud binding. The price $5.50 .tin <-o)oi' suits with !> rftf .m or tl.e Bldru $3.50 and $3.98 :r "on, navy, and tan i "f shirt. All wool Priced at $5.9S novelty ft TIP. cam* >viJt>r.-= '.villi co:il VUPU "iM' ran ^o of clze?. $8.95 to $12.50 Bathing Bags Sai 'li fmtOr »n bnor with brown rub- linJnir. Buttons up one aide. Priced at 75c A hair of l»lai:k rubber with waterproof cKnh iiniiur. Good aixa and haft arnw string top. Priced at 50c Beack Scarfs T^rge sizo rubber acarf to bo worn nbout the nerk or to bo wound around tho head forming a turban or swimming cap. Bright colors. Priced at 50c * Bathing Slippers All erepo rubber Bathing Slippers In er«cn, rod. black and white with contrasting cnUn- rubber bows ajid trimming. They coma In all str^s. A light wttlgbt tiiat io« not handicap the ev. .miner. The Pair, $1.45 Suits for Men Beautiful quality all woo! 2-place suit with white Jersey and blue trunks. Has white bait and cornea la all el'ies. Priced at $4.45 An »all wool, imitation 2-pieee suit with white Jersey, blue trunk and blue belt. Also in brown and wbltG. All sUeb. Priced at $4.45 A solid blue* imitation suit of all wool, has white belt and comes in all eir .CH. Priced at $3.95 A beautiful quality all wool one -piece puit. In combinations of m:rple and si'v-m; grey grf-Mi and white; hint- with green and mrm and f, r rtH : while. Priced at $3.50 Suits for Girh to Olr !',' knitted bath 'I'liic in r'.-d, ^: cock with suits in all sixes from 26 navy, old blue and peu- n£ •,'oioi- stripes. Priced at $2.98 A very KOOII assortment ot knitted suits in all navy, navy with MTIIMIB of contrasting color Wizen 2G to 84. $3.50 and $5.00 with around nerk and ekirt. A very good all wool suh ln (ho one-piece style, mines in oxford Kroy witii black trimmings and in maroon with o.vford trimmings. Priced at $4.00 Suits for Boys A one-piece all wool -worsted suit, comes in cardinal, navy', tan, royal, blue, navy and~whlta with white belt. Sizes "1 to 2S. Two weights. $1.45 and $1.95 In sizes 28 to 36 we show a complete range of all wool one-pieeo cults in plain colons with fancy stripes and in two-tone effects with white belts. Prices vary according to weight and quality. $2.45 to $3.95 The Only Shade Made With A Vtatflator SELF-HANGING Vudor VENTILATING PORCH SHADES Live on Your Porch Just imagine how much more pleasure and comfort you would have if you would use your porch from early Spring until late in the Fall; if you could add another room to your home; an out-of-door living room where you could live both night and day; a room shady and comfortable where you could enjoy every breeze that blows. Use Vudor Porch Shades With Vudor Belt ventilating Porch Shades you can make Just such ci room out of your porch, with a bmall amount of time and effort and at a moderate price. Beautiful Colors All Vudor Porch eiiades are made in beautiful permanent oft colore to harmonize with any home and with care Vudor Bhades will last from six to ton years or more. Moderate Prices 4 ft. wide x 7 ft. 6 In. drop $ 3.90 6 ft wide x 7 ft. 6 In. drop 6.50 6 ft. wide x 7 ft 6 In. drop 6.60 7 ft. wldo x 7 ft. 6 In. drop. 7.75 8 ft. wide x 7 ft. 8 In. drop 8.76 0 ft. wldo x 7 ft. 6 In. drop 10.60 10 ft wide x 7 ft. 6 In. drop 11.60 12 ft wide x 7 ft 6 In. drop 14.00 GOOD PROFIT IN CLOVER SEED County Agent Point* to Iowa man'* Experience to Show Threshing Pay*. -turned Me O, H.-T-p. nh{"8e«for 0. B .-f •*»• m.j preaching 8 p. m-; choir practice, Tuesday 8 p. m.; prayer mooting Wed. nenday 8 p. m.j Ladles Aid Thursday 2 p. m. . . - There Is an opportunity for oomo of tho llono county farmers to make money this year by harvesting their nvvect clover Rood, according to V. S. Orlppon, county ngent. A total of more than 400 acrOB of Bweot clover wore planted In this county this year and tie crop Is' doing re^I well; therefore It Is Important lor some ot the growora to begin to harvest tho J eoed crop. 1 Most people- have tho opinion that It does not pay to Bftvo the seed be- causo sometimes aft«r tho thresher Is done the yield Is only two or three bushels to the acre. "Arthur Bell, a young farmer In wostcrn Iowa has demonstrated that there Is a way to get nearly all ot the sweet clovor seed," stated Mr. Crippen. "He produced 70 buahela oC sweet clovor last fall from ulna acren ot sweot clover, which was sold this spring after it had been recloaned and scarified for $7 a bushel. The crop paid as well HS tho best ot farm crops without taking Into consideration tihut Dell hud pastured the sweet clover uvuch ot the time. "Sweet clover ln Its mature slate must absorb plenty of moisture before it can be, out and handled without shattering and clogging. Mr. Bell Zlon Evangelical Lutheran Church, Eleventh Avenue and Washington Street, Rev. A. J. Boll, pastor. Morning BervlcoB at clovfcn o'clock. Tho sermon will lie preached by tho 'Rov- orehtl Fred J. Weortu, Associate Pastor of Kountjio Motnorlal Church, Omaha, Nebrasftn. Tilts church has a membership ot 3,<W0 being tho largest Iflithoran Church In America. Sermon subject—"The Ideal Christian". Mrs. 'Wocrtz, well known ln musical circles In Kmporln, Kansas will piny n violin Bolo at the regular services. Snnday school at 9:30, Mr. F. A. Isern, superintendent. Sunday morning will 'bo promotion day for tho classes from one department to another. There will 'be no evening services. Flrlst Evangelloel Church. Tenth and 'Jefferson, M. J. Stetn- metz, pastor, 811 Eleventh wost. Bunday school at 0:45 with classes for all grades* morning sermon at Eleven o'clock, theme, "Ha Drounht Them Out That He llight Bring Them In" The Christian Eaidtiuvor meet lugs at tho usual timo and in their rcspectiva places. Worship at S p. m.. subject, "All the Way to Beth-car." Prnyor meeting Wednosday -night at S p, m. Evangelical Lutheran. Redeemer Congreaatlon (Missouri 8ynod.) John C. Kaiser, pastor. Church and 0. B. ln the Monnohlte church 7 p. m. Union service In charge" bf tho Brethren, Monnonlto and Irwin Memorial ln Merinonlte church 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. First Congregational Church. 9:45 a. ni. Sunday school and Bible OIBSSOB; 11 a m. churoh service. Worship and sermon. Subject, '*Eay to the Bound, Go Forth." Special muslo by the chorus choir, Nazarene Church. Tho Rev. F. II. Bujh, pastor, will preach at the Naiarene church, 211 H. Fourth Ave. both morning and.'eve nlng. Sunday school at 5:45 a. m.; prayer.meeting evory Wodnosday evening at 8 o'clock. ' First Presbyterian Church. The regular services will be held ln tho church Sunday July 15th. 11 a. m. morning worship; aermon "The Blessing of tho Open Arm." 8 p. m. evening service, sermon "The Joys of Living To-day." 0:30 a. m. tho Sunday school meets for study of the regular lesson; young peoples society of Christian Endeavor regular meeting at 7 p. m. Rov n. O. Maclennau, tho pastor TrllJ have charge of both services. said it would pay to get up at mid- J parsonage, 1118 North Elm street. m ; worship at I night and etart tho binder when the heavy, brushy sweet clovor is eoft and pliable because of the dew. After binding the sheaves wero set up Immediately as straight Ui the shock us •possible. Then if the seed shattered, it would remain m the shock. "On threshing days, he covered the racks with canvas and was careful ln pitching, whlch'made it possible for him to save a little more than 11 bushels to tho acre. Fifty cents a bushel was paid for the threshing: and, $25 was paid for the uso of a recleaning and scarifying machine," NEWS DAILY DOT PUZZLE. 14 • 3 •43 a 5*2 44. •46 48 4. , 3 47 - 8« Can You Finish This Picture? Complete the drawing by tracing trom figure one to two "and so on to the end. Then use your crayons or water-colors and see how' nicely you can color it. GOVERNMENT LOSES BY HIS RESIGNATION Nebraskan One of Most Experienced Workers in Department of Agriculture. MANY MORE AUTO fii i ACCIDENTS NOW ^ New York, My 14.—Lax su-pervls- fcn of motor vohldls drivers and the femrltant Increase of 42 per cent ln the automobile death rat* during the te.»t three yoars, is due to the fact that the majority of state legislators are from rural districts where Btrict examination and registration of drivers is not a vital matter, according to a {report submitted by William J. Gu*. traffic accident research enginoer, to the National Bureau of Casualty and Surety Underwriters. Thero were 14,000 deaths from motor accidents last year, he aald. After a thorough Investigation of tho problem, and careful examination of the records of some 300,000 accident:), Mr, Cox has prepared a tablo showing that registration an deinniination of drlvors Is tho only mothod of stopping the rising number of traffic casualties. Comiocticut, whore strict supervision of drivers Is maintained, caBuultie*! have fallen off 2 per cent, while Increasing 42 per cent over the country. lAobbcidlnj! to Mr. Cox's figures. tliore would have boon 4,800 fewer death;! from automobiles In 191:2 had the percentage of these three states been universal. "Only seven states require tho examination of all motor vehicle operators," said the Toport, "while 35 states require only chauffeurs to bo licensed, and many of there arc never examined. An automobile driver's license must he something to he acquired through merit, and not through the payment of half a dollar." Absolutely funny: The daughter of a wild-eyed, reformer marrying a confirmed stand- patter.—Atchison Qiobe. Washington, July 14—The department of agriculture recently lost one of its most experienced experts on farm management when Charles W. Pugsley of Lincoln, Neb., for several years an assi^taut secretary of agriculture, presented his resignation to Secretary Wallace in order to nssume the presidency of the South Dakota College of Agriculture and Mechanical Aits. His resignation was regretfully nccor-ted, and ho will assume his new duties on September 30. He was horn in Woodbine, Iowa, in 1878 and Is a graduate of tho Woodbine Normal school and tho University of Nebraska. He began his career as a teacher in' the Woodbine Normal school and afterward taught animal husbandry at tho University ot Nebraska. Later he became teacher and dean of the department of farm management at Nebraska. He was state statistician of agriculture and state leader In demonstration and boya' and girls' work-for several years. Mr. Pugsley Joined tho department of agriculture and was the United States delegate to the 'International Institute of Agriculture In IS.ii. He Is a director of tho National Corn Association and Is chairman. Of the standing committee on extension work of tho American Association of Agricultural Colleges and Export*. He Is tho author ot many articles on research and agricultural subjects. Sunday school at 10 a H:00 : 6t Paul Methodist Church". Corner of F and Elm, Samuel W. pastor, Mrs. TV. P. Jucohus, diroctoress. Sunday school Church 11:00, sermon subject, "Heireshlng "\Yatcn." The choir will sing. "The Storm Ho Stays," by Chas. Chnrletou Kirk- Epworth League preaching, S:00, sermon subject, Opened Window." Tho htgh school Choir will sing and the orchestra will vluy. Both sermons by the pastor. No service to last more than fifty minutes. Kelle choir 9:4B; :: 00; •The First Avenue Baptist Church. Preaching services 11 a, m. and -S p. m. Rev. E. B. Pratt will preach. Sunday school 0:30, Mr. R. H. Hammond,, Supt. Midweok service, Wednesday 8 p. m. „. First-Church of Christ, Scientist. -Services aro hold Jn church edllflcs, corner of Main and Fourteenth streets, Sunday mornlns; at 11:00 o'clock. Subject, "Clod", Sunday school Is held at 9:30 a, m. The*. Wednesday evening testimonial service Is gt 8 o'clock. The publlo reading room maintained by the church Is in room 420 Horaba- ugh-Wiley building. This room Is opon ovory week day Trom 11 at m. to 5 p. m, . First United Brethren Church. Corner Fifth and Walnut streets, R. 0. Russell, pastor. 0:45 a. m. Bible school with classes for all ages; 11;00 a. m. morning worship with sermon by tho paBtor; 7:00 p. m. Senior Ohrls. tlan Endeavor; 7:45 p. m. open *lr service on lot adjacent to church. This la a union between the First Christian church- and our own, with Rov. H. B. Smith, as speaker. Wednesday, 8.00 p. m. Mid-week Bible study and prayer service; Thursday afternoon Women's Aid. CHURCHK"COMBTNE FOR OUTDOOR SERVICE Christian and United Brethren Congregations to Worship Together Tomorrow. Pilgrim Holiness Church. Corner of East Fifth St, and Baiter Ave. Sunday school 9:45 n. ni. preaching service 11 a. m., subject, "Bondage ami Liberty." Young people's Home and Foreign Missionary Boclety 0:40 p. m. Evening service beginning at 7:30. Tuesday evening prayer service at the home ot Mr. and' 1 Mrs. Ray V. riersoil 327 Bast Scvonth,' 8 :t )0 p. in. Thursday evening prayer service at the church, 8:00 p. in. Rov. H. L. Solter, paslor. Church of the Brethren. Corner Klghth and Ford. S. S. at 9:45; morning worship at 11 o'clock;' The pastor will give a report of the Calgary conference. Come for a scat close by the fann. Evenlne services at (he Mennonlte church, corner Fourth and Cleveland a*. 3 p. m. Thursday evenlg at 7:30 a community social'hour and at S.:30 the pastor willl give an illustrated lecture about his Canadian tour and visit to Yellowstono National Park. S. B. Wenger, minister. South Hutchinson Church S. B McGuire, minister. of Christ. A. F. Nelson, Supt. of Bible School. Bible School 9:4o a. m.; Communion and sermon, 11:00 a. m.. subject. "Self Denial. Obee school house 3:30 p. m.; Junior C. H 8:30 p. m.: Alumni and youns people C. D. 7:00 p. m .;Hernion 8:00 p. m., subject "The Covenants". Irwin Memorial Presbyterian Church. Corner Fifth and fiever.«,ce, \V. Steele, minister. Sunday r< iiool 0.45 -i. in.: children's scrvicn 1! a. ni., ex- erci.'ies by the S, S. primary djnart- meut and suitable addi-ep^ by ill-.: pas- lor. Junior C. K- 4 P. m.;unii n Senior _ First M. E. Church. Bunday school at 9:30 with class'eri Tho First Christian church and the First United Brethren church will have a union out-door service on the lawn of the church at Fifth and Walnut tomorrow evening at 7:45. Seating will be arranged for several hundred, by using chairs and pews. Automobiles can ho driven to stations between Walnut and Fit Ml and many cau sit ln their cars for (ho service. No traffic will ho allowed Aotween Main and Walnut, on Fifth from 7:30 to 8:30 during the hour of worship. There will bo community singing of the old hymns from 7:30 to 7:46. The service will bo through at 8 o'clock. Tho two pastors, Rev. Russell and linv. Smith will alternate in giving the sermon. Sunday evening the eernion for all Bscs; special music by the j will be given by Rev. Smith on "The orchestra under the direction ot Prof J. H. Hlnshaw. Morning sermon at 11 o'clock by R. 1,. George, paslor, subject "Workers With God." Bpworth League at 7.00 to which all young people are cordially invited. Evening scr- mon at S o'clock by the pastor, subject "Secret Disciples." 1 The Church of God. Chapel Fourth and Poplar. Bible school 0:45 a. m., A. R. Stably, leader. The pastor will speak at tho hour following Sunday school, also at the S p. in. service. Youngs people's assembly, 8:30 p. ru.; mld-woek prayer and testimonial 8 p. m. Wednesday- Elder C. S. McAllstor. . First Christian Church. _ "The church on Main Street." 0:30 Bible classes, graded worship; 11:00 sermon. "The Price of Faith." G: 45 Christian lindenvor; 7:30 Union outdoor services at Fifth and Walnut. The Calvary Uniltcd Brethren Church. 500 Ave. A wi«t, o. P. Carlock, minister. Bible school 0:45 a. m. ,cU's.-es for all age*?. .Sermon 11 a. m., subject "Rewards." Junior 2:S0 p. m.; Intcr- Church That Is Needed Today." Special music will be furnished by a mixed quartette. FINE RECORD MADE. Air Mall Flying Is Turning Out to Be Success in America. Washington, July 14.—Air mall service officleucy measured by the number of miles traveled with mall as compared with the mileage scheduled was 9.73 per cent perfect for the fiscal year ending Juno 30. This figure, announced today by postofflce department, compared with a percentage ot 05.52 in the preceding year. Tho schedule for last year called for 1..589, 389 mtlea of flying, and the pilots wore given special Instructions to take no chances in any effort to break record. -Open All Day Tomorrow. Big shipment ot Eastman f'llms re- reived today. Cash Drug Co., A and .Main. it Women in China nre rapidly becoming addicted to the cigarette smokto*' habit. « It takes amightyGbedOil to stand the heat of a motor" "Do you know, Fred, hov^ hot a motor Nts? I didn't until JJm Betts of the Pal- Garage stopped me recently to ask $hy I hadn't been in lately, and we got to piking about motors. He said it avejj- is over 300 degrees inside the cylinders |d around the bearings. 800 degrees! "And, he said few oils could hold thdr b^dy long under this heat. When I toljji im I'd been using Cities Service Oil for ryeral months, he Baid it must be good Look tor TU* Tr«tf hut as he'd heard several boost/it late.l$v r ^id he'd see if \key couldn't get ti}e aency. Well, believe me, it sure rives 3 *e best results of any oil I ever used." Cities Service Oil, made from Slid- Jontinent Paraffin Base Crude, is noted Br its heat resistance. It holds its^'bodjr protecting oil film at liigh working (jneratures/ Get,this oil now for real J»ication. Sold by Cities Service Ou J tions, trucks and dealers throughput s section. -. ..^.^aSSfe CREW LEVICK COMPANY Subsidiary Cities' Service Co. i Hutchinson OMIee, fl. Adam> ;*Vft. tofllh.'phoM 2M%

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