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P\GV. I-.! GMT fHE HUTCHINSON NEWS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1924 WISE AND OTHERWISE I Oy Mm. W. r. Morgm. I Call Telephone No. 4400 and ask for Society. dti'iiix for this tlcimrtmenl must be In liy lu:0h ». in.) .\ ib'li^hl I'ully informal prm-Tiuu u.i-t ,.it"-ir)lf(| la-.t evi'iiinu ; II (lit* |-<-:-lll.ll' 111. CI lilt 111' llll! Illltc'lllMSUll I'I .iliiiitii' All iinb. ill ibe hum' 1 Mis* I.IP IIM I'II-'I . Hill Avi'. A east. \\ i; i • n t '\''ry in' inhi r lunU putt. Mrs. SII'UIIMV Maricll |iri-M ->lIi ;i!l in i:aiKi| (oast and Mru. I'". j I! 'I human! }M\.- il humorous [ <k- nil. "('win' lien-". Miss lom> \-|.(-y, :i IMW im'inhw, rcid "A I lean nf Itiii'n" mut Miss l.milc I'nst ivad ;i story liy I .aura iticharil.t. Miss Mary l.'iuhr- 1 lutiiivnli, ; L new incnilii'i'. i'.'iU' a sliiirli I'rt'lti "Pen- MHI " by liciiiili T:u iimliin. A clever anil hiiiiinru'.is playh-t was pr< sent...J liy Mr .-inil .Mr:'. Willard liniher. .'.umber leu- Mii'inli:'!'. Mrs. I.. A. Payne, M ad "The lied lllril" liy a K.iiM-as mitlinr. .Mr. K. V. U'Cilliliell. lidill'i'H.-od (hi- liii'liill''r.s ut thi' 'tub mi 111' 1 11'A plays beiuc shown In .W\v Viirlt city this siasuii. ami Mrs. n 'Cnnll'-li lalki'il mi Hi" HtlIiJ'-'t -The t'ln- A.t. I'.iiy". Mrs. \V. .1. Shi'lli-nlii'iT'T uii\r a readlnK, "('iini-.iii''" ami MKs KMher Wol< .a i |,r.'.-rii!"i! a .-kcti li nf I In- life ut .liiv'" Kilnii'r and ri-snl sewriil of his p.a-ins. Mrs. II. 11. Mel'ar- i nil i-iiiirltnl' il i ii" prni'.nim with ii reailim;. 'The I'no l.cxo'd li.i,,:,,," liy Hiipkinsoii SiniHi. Th- B.-s'i ii 'im: nf Hi" "lull will In. in IH.I M' i lis. wiMi .Mrs. Slii'l- li'iilarsi-r as liost-s.. a) h"r homo. Ci„:,"-i: l'„i::l"\:ird aiul 111" Ii.-, ,ii v ill Is- ..a "Jaiv.'-s llarrlo. Hi, pini v. rlrfci. Tin- cular niiM'iiiit; id' I lie- Alpha I Vlphian society was Indil jester- day afi"iii'iiiii at the KIks club linns,.. Mr... (',. A. riiickorinir. ;,M si,!"iii liad chiirt;, 1 of the meeting uhiih np'iii'd wish a shiirt !ni:ii,.-s .-••ssi.i.i. Mrs. I(. II. Mo i 'ii :- M:I and Mrs. K. I-,'. Ilionni ivcre tab' n iniu Huh ni'iulioi^hip. Mrs. C \V. Oswald hail rliarfie of t:i,, l"--'sun whii-U Nsiis on tin 1 suh- ji'ci. i>i Knrup" mini A. 1). I'lrtii to vn.t nf Ii", W"iiiiissain". Shi' ,,pi-ii,',l ih" study with an t vpliina- lory talk mi the dawn of modern linlintis and liiinl'Tti instltiitiutia. Th" lirst liirci- topiiss t the lesson tteM- on Italy. l-'iullC' and Kni-'la.id to Ih" In uinninc of tin' l'nurteeritli ""iitnry. Mrs. r. M. I,n,kniaii had ih" siiiij"! "I' Italy, Mrs. Frank j roll.ulay of I'rani" am! Mrs. Ker- I'oui of Kiuland. In ihe- Inner ad- <lii-'. Mr-. K'Tf-xit ("Id foinelhinK or the N'ormaii nil,- and t' prowth of KnuUsh idstitnlions. Mr'* -1. It. Maker Kav" an explntia- t'oti of tlie 'ilniidr, d Years' \\'ur and its ea.ises .intl ;vsti!ls. "The haliail ltenai.-.-a fit e" .us discuss"(l !,y Mrs. Iliis-, It \'au A.imit. Mrs. )•:. i|. Ashe will haw e!;:u.:e of til" a-svon in iwo weeks. 'I'll,- regular ntei 'tiiiL: of (he I'asl Malrolis chili uas lold hist evenitig uilh Mis. 1*. V. l'nes,. n as liostt-Sb at hi'i- home. ,',Js Sortll Main slreet. Mtsi, Mildroil .liieUsioi tavored the Kllests Will: il ai-lUlp "f pliilul h-elior.s. Mis.- K:i! iia lari" Mel.;iii(.'h- 'ill. [a,-s,-pled a niiaiher or vu: ill s-'- l.clions in eompani'-i! ;it the piano hy Mrs. Km.-i IMPS ,a. . U I ; • .-ii- ineni.- were -ervial at a lale hour at ipiartet table, in tile diniru room, Silliiil er\-l;il ha-ket.s- of sweet pens ('•"itered ,-;i,h talde a'.ul yellow e'ir> .-antheniuins iind red roses fiirih,'!' iolii. ,1 to tin- M -coralion ol lie- rooms. Tie' :;!iesi s t',c lif i Veiling in- clud'-il Mrs. i' M Kaiir-iook, Mrs. ii. I.. >earl. Mr- '',. A. Siiiniielson. Mrs. Ullit' .May. Mr-. Mary Olive Howe, Mr.* l-:ne-st I'riesen. Mj.-s Mildr.d Jai-k.-on and Miss Katharine Mel.aiiu'hlin. 'l'lio eluii will moot. Nov. Jl with Mrs. Ida (loft at her home, -k'l Ave,. A .-a.it- TIIP 'Tros Julie" ilanciiic club WUR (ii 'Katilzod laat eveniiiK ut the 'ionic- or .Mr. mid Mrs. Harry O. Ilofrinan, 4 .10 Seventh Ave. west. Mr. V. ('. HurneH was elcclr.-d president, .Mrs. V. O, Fuirliuvat, vice president .-mil Mr. O. t). Elliott, -eeretary-trcaKUri:!'. llances will i he lit Id every Friday evenlnir hv ' ii ' i lull, (he tir.-i t . he Kridav, Nnv. M. at ih,. Yoeman Jiall. In- Utitilcms will l„. i-sued ID enlarce I lie niemliersliip to t hirty emipk'.i. Thi> present no niher:. are : M-K-I-IS in,,! .1 • .iiii l'in.-,.i .M, s,!aiiu ^ - i:. l;. s. ,,H •". II. '"'I' I.. Marl in • <J. liiiioii II . i:. sail!•' 11. I'.et.l, I' r. l:,,:i,,» I lit! !•> II. Ilnrt'lllllli I'. I '. I inltl'ii U'. O. l-'iiirloittl Mhailes Sal,nan .Mr. anil Mrs. Alfred I., lluok were pleasantly surprised last evening when a party of friends salh-i red at their honie, 1D2 .Sixth Ave. I asi. Mr. and Mrs. Hook were re- j ii'tiily ni.-iri-ietl. The r-veniiiK was. 'pent Hocinlly anil at a lale hour, | tjiuheon was terved. Tho.-o prest-nt were: < si.ire, KIIR. .The evening «'«» spent with inttstc. mul at n Into liotir, luncheon was served. The KHc »ts: [M. -i •rs and - ilit 111 en I' !on Kltnil .laeU.-oll |.,o!,.ot l.-v;i\vtnr.t lt:iviii..!l,l M,,ole talWill'l Hiatal Misse.- — i 'iitla (treltot y .Mice Hl-.'lilii.'i l -'lolllie Mi,i, It' t 'eeu'V Slnlle 1,'iiuieo.s .laekMiti Mr. Frank HerritiKlon eutertain- eil last t. veninu with a Htirprisc hirllniay party for Mm. HerritiRton at their home, liiliii North Forrest street. The evening wan devoted to ciird.i and al a Into hour, refreshments were served. Thfi.se present were: Mi -ssc'i-i an.I Allirrt Cr, eeltua M, -.diiint-s— .Miss Mainerv Allan Wliilliick UlilllllC t*. l:. Iir.-w ,1,1,-k Oii-c .'lius tatu.ild ttitlldle Mr. and Mm. Hayntond Moore of 1 1**4 Fourth Ave. enst, entertained at dinner yesterday at I heir home, ninuiltiiu'iitini! Miss t'lnra flrepory ami Miss Alice 'irndley of Lane- shire, F.nKland w-ho leave this eve- nine for Montreal. Canada, from which port they sail, Nov. la, for Fnirlnntl. Additional truest* were Mr. anil Mrs. Itohert Crawford and Miss Florine Moore. The friends of Mrs. Jny Morton piathe.red at her home. 210 South Ford street yesterday arteruoon ami (snve her a birthday shower. The afternoon was spent with irames and a eonlest, the prizes KoinK tu Mrs. O. Moralo and Mrs. I.loyil Hklnner. I.unchocin was served at five o'c.lovk. There has heen n sll?lit chango inadt! In the linn Is and hostesses for the membership dinner dance at the Country cluh, Friday eve­ nlnir. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cain will preside instead ot Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gano. .Mrs. Albert Teed and Mre. C. W. Hall have issued invitations for hrldge tea to lie Riven Thursday at the home of .Mrs, Teed on Sixth Ave. east. ' PERSONALS OF bOCIETY. Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Crer-ellus and son. Jack will leave Sunday for Klkhart where they will spend two weeks with her parents, Jlr. and Mrs. J. c. Woodward. Miss Hazel Stout who Is attending Southwestern college. Winfleld this year spent, the week end with her mot her, Mrs. Mertle O. Stout. Mrs. Mnmle ltarton anil daughter, Vivian left yesterday for a two weeks' vacation visiting relatives lu points in Texas. Mr. Theodore Shull who Is n student ut Southwestern college, Win- t'ieid spent the week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley l'rirtdle and dauu-liter. Patricia spent the week end in Wichita visiting relatives and friends. TOMORROW'S EVENTS. IP -S -l Mi .-, , and 11 n, • s • . A. K: laltjlil 1 tunhip it-rt Mil 11 :n \. 1'. Jiilnler >! issrs — \ina i.oi.l leleli .stI..I ilItliOl .latleliiK- liamni Mt-ss, Crn.*st Winsluw John t Ivler William tI'l 'i 'iinell itiraid 1 im I'hnyer (' i rl Aim,.in tssltielut At., vsnn i '.'ai.aic- Haiey .1 1 I 'l.t -.-Vfi- I'.l .llll l 'l.ken I Mrs. Charles Wainner will he iioetess to the Uulk's of the B. C. club at Iter home, 223 Ave. 13 west, The members of the Sunshine club will Rather at the homo of Mrs. u. Nuns. 805 Ave. 11 west. The regular meeting of the Needle and Thread club will he held with Mrs. Mlrt Mc.Mullen at her home, 229 East Campbell street. The members of the J. E. C. club will meet with .Mrs. John Buettner as hostess at her home, 407 Elev enth Ave. west. Mrs. Ellin Ellsworth will preside as hostess to the members of her brldite club at one o'clock luncheon at her home, '.( West 22nd street. Tlte monthly meeting of the W. I. A, will meet with Mrs. Robert Itospaw as hostess ut her home, 11 South Ehn street. Mis. W. .M. Jones will entertain the members of the Swastika club at her home, UUC Ave. A east. The \V. C. T. L'. will meet In rt 'KUlar session, at the home of Mrs. A. Ilradl'i-lclge, 01b North Main street. The members of the Triple O club will meet with 'sirs. A. It, Juv- gens as hostess ut her home, 1U0 West 21st street. Mrs. il. F. Collins will entertain her bridge club at oue o'clock luncheon at the Hotel Stanley. , Mrs. Harry Jacobs will preside as hostess to the members ot the ISowknot club ut bur homo, tiuti Ninth Ave. east. The Ladies of the U. C. T. will have a benerit bridge at the home of Mrs. J.. E. NIIOB, 217 Ave, A east. Mrs. fieult Clark complimented i lui members, of her bridge cluli | estv-M-day afternoon with a one • 'clock Iniu Iieon at the Itoi'ahau^li- Vlley Tea Itootu and bridge at icr honie. 12!.' Ave. A east. Mrs. William Kelly and Mis. J aill (tiino won the prizes fur the I'tenioou's game, Mrs. (1. H. Cage vas the only guest of the cluh. II*. J. A. Davis will entertain the !uh 111 two weeks al lit r home. "S Ave. A east. Mr. unil Mrs. K. M ('lino enter- aiiicd informally last evening at heir home, 221 First, Ave., went ompllmenling Miss Clara C.rogory •"I .Miss Mice Bradley of Liinc- electlon of officers was held with Mrs. Arthur llllyard being elected president; Mrs. (.). E. Searl. secretary: and Mrs. Jesse l.angford he. ing re-elected treasurer. At five o'c'.ock, the hostess assisted by .Mrs. Harold Wilkinson served refreshments. Mrs. Earl (lardner had cliarge of the tlo- votlnnals for the (lay. The Homo Missionary society of the Trinity Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at two- thlrlv o'clock at the home ot Mrs. II. Si. Slewart. Hi) Twelfth Ave. west. The assisting hostesses will bo Mrs. (leorge Lee, Mrs. W. S. I'. CI ill uiiil Mrs. S. F. Johnston. Mrs. K. tl. Ashe will have charge of the lesson. The meeting with the ladles of the First Methodist church has been postponed. The Ladles Clre' of the Irwin Memorial Freabyterian church will have a business and socin'l meeting, Thursday afternoon at the church, The Ladies' Aid of the United Brethren church will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. N. Pearr-c. Till First Ave. east.. The members of this organization have made ltd comforts, a number of these quilted, itii aprons and 40 cups since the fall session started. The Silver Links Guild ot the Firs! I'reshyterian church will be entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Robert Brehm, Mrs. Forrest -McCandless and lira. L. E. Tllley at the Brehm home, 220 Seventeenth avenue east. FASHION TIPS Very gorgeously embroidered sleeves are featured ou peasant costumes of wool jersey or crepe do chine. Ribbed weaves are noticed in the nr west silks, varying in width from the very fine to the very heavy ribs. The empire yoke line Is frequently noticed on new frocks, either in the front or in the back, but rarely in both places. Very high pockew on the newest coats and dresses bear nut the belief that the directoire line is growing In popularity. Rows of jet and crystal beads trim a wh\to crepe evening gown that is motinted on black satin. ABBYVILLE Miss Mary Zollinger was here from Kansas City visiting her parents. The Baptist Aid met at the country home of Mrs. Higgins Thursday afternoon with a goodly number present and a very pleasant as well as profitable afternoon was spent. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Dunn and Misses Ruth Filling afid Vesta Ifridgenian were here from Windfield to spend the week end with relatives. Grandma Porter was in Wichita visiting with Ciopevu and family. Mrs. Ada Malone received a lovely bouquet of flowers and Bbe shared them with Mrs. Cuniniings. A shower was given one evening last week on Mr. and Mrs. Wayde Horton. Quite a number were present and a very enjoyable evening spent. They received a number of very nice and useful presents. Mrs. Cade and Vera were here from .Mcpherson to spend the week end with relatives. Mrs. Johnson and .Mrs. Madge Bridgetnan attended the missionary meeting in Hutchinson Friday. The Sam Troyer family are enjoying a new Ford.sedan. Mrs. Becker, Mr». Heironlmus and Velnm and MIsseB Vera Cade, Edna Krauter and Bernice Birket called at the Cummlngs home Sunday. The M. E. revival commenced on Wednesday, November 5 with Iter. Johnson, tho pastor, doing the preaching' for a few evenings.. A full house was present Sunday eve. ning and heard a very truthful and helpful message. On Monday evening Rev. Henderson ot Florence came to take charge of the services. Everybody is invited to attend these sorvices. ARMISTICE DAY. It was »|x yearn ago You remember, how hearla Si not! still With anxloiisness and yearning. And wo wero promising All on tho earth beneath And In the heaven above, If pence ever camo again We would prlzo It, so highly That nothing,—n-o-t-M-n-g Could mnko us forget. For on tho other side Wero o-u-r boys. Some of them would Come homo again It Only peace could be declared. * * * Then there wero mtirmurlngs That peace was on the way. You remember how we all rejoiced. Louder the inurmurlngs came I'nlll finally Just before the dawn Of November eleven nineteen, eighteen Thj word enme That the wuv was at an end. Ho you remember how tho bells rang— The whistles blew— The people laughed— And crlodV How nil hearts were raised In gratitude. Even those who knew their own Would never come home again Uttered a prayer of thankfulness, That peace had come. You remember with the rising of the sun , On that morn. How folks stood about in groups Talking earnestly. How they promised a-n-y thing llecause they were so thankful, That the world was to have peace. Then you remember the long dreary months That we waited for tho boys' return. Finally they came. You remember how we greeted them. And told them The best we had was theirs How we listened to their tales ot hardship And cringed at what they had endured. Ot course you remember all this For it was but six short years ago. And do you notice today ,,How many of the promises we made 'Have been forgotten. How those same boys Who laid down their life That peace might come to the world Are overlooked in the busy rush Of material greed. How on this day- Few- stop to consider. Or 1o offer a hand to those . Who wjre the uniform And served—for you and me. That this day migL. be ours Forever. Births. Mr. nnd Mrs. ltoy C. HcntlcrMlto!, t,2\ F.leveivtli avtimit! west, BOH, Nov. in. ul St. Kllziili.'th'H hospital. Marriage Licenses, A. I.. J look, :'t. and Ola (.'. Sliull, ^1, laitli of Hutchinson. John F. Klrkpatrlck, 12. and Klltiy E. Wli'Biind, IS, both ot Newton. Deeds. l.'. N. S"iuni'y to I'liirciien A, tliirmi.i, W'i ot NWli .t .Vlt'S nf SW,i % i.iioo. lleorffe N. Crilllti to l.pon K. Wood, lotj ;t V.'i ar. hk :! Kwing Drown .t Murn.s add Jltitchliiscui ?1.( HI. Ileertio N. Crime to siiiwii, \Vi.j 2(1 & KH tile 2 Kwhli; Urowti ,t i.lilrn.i iid'l HutchlnMon ll .iio. Kail, HI Ina llutzlaff to V. It. Duller, lot r, .t- Nl- I! bk K Mulder JH00. I ct, -\V. Hoed to Miuv A, LeBlmrn, lot 1 bk 1 Kllsworlh &. Law-ton 1st mttl Hutchinson fl .oo. Same to same, (rucl SWU IS-L'.I-S JI.Oll. Flu H. Scollt'M i*( at to .InVin Koehn, W'» of SJK!i .of NKU of SWJi D-22-7 H.IV.U. YV. K. Crupper to K. T. Foote. E 2S ft lot 12 & W ti ft lot 2:t l>k f, Hiilcli- Insnu tuv Co ((lb add ttiui-htnsoti tl.l 'iii. Mary M. Ilrnliiard lo Jennie K. Lowe, NWij 2»-:;t..| JJ .11O. K'. T. Know ot al lo .Murk V). Vnn- Dyne, lot tl" Campbell St Knst ltandvs add Hutchinson St.00. tjertnido l'nrks el ill to Anna L. Pavls, lots 2 3 lik 4 Shanks 2nd add Hutchinson $1.00. A. ilraitbrldge exec, to same, same ll.no. W. ft. Caldwell to MuiRiierlte Caldwell, lots 20 21 lik 7 Itldh-ewavs 2ml add lUitchlnsnn Jl.oo. A. A. Miller ot nl 10 W. 11. Caldwell, same J1.U0. Jay C. Higpor to Cromwell eillvor, tot* 27 29 bk 5..Fairground add Hutchinson S1.00. " Ktanlev K. Crei-g to Henrv C Spriek, fi 115 acres of that part SEK 30-22-6 J12.0O0. .liieoli Moeser to T. P. Tulliuulge. W ST'i ft lot 7 Mrnwn X- niggi-il* add 1st Ave Last Hutchinson ?4,r»00. F. It. Lutz to Irrigation Loan & Trust Co., lots 73 75 7a St S3 JJIatich- ards 1st add Hlanclinrd Ave \- lots 74 7C. 7S SO R2 R4 SC' SS till ill". ftS l.i'l'i 102 Warn-hard 1st add Ave A all South Hutchinson «•:(!>.72. MENUS Household Suggestions At Welch's Wonderful Value- Smart Style— Good Looks— $6.95 You will enjoy The tailored One Strap Core J'atent Satin A. delicious salad dressing for head lettuce Is made by adding two tablespoons of relish or chopped sweet pickle to a cup of salad dressing. Turpentine should be kept away from the fire in a tighly closed container. White s'oap ami milk are said to clean white kid gloves most successfully. Dampen a soft cloth In milk, then rub it over the soap and then on the gloves. Always rub in one direction. Breakfast — Grapefruit, cereal, thin cream, meat cakes, ricj griddle cakes, «irup, buttered toast, milk, coffee. Luncheon,Scalloped oysters, baked potatoes—shredded cabbage, whole wheat bread, apples, milk, tea. Dinner—Boiled smoxed ham. creamed potatoes, buttered spinach, apple-ce'ery-nut salad, rolled oats bread, squash pie. milk, coffee. The oysters served for luncheon take the place of meat and make a hearty meal for children under school age. The ham suggested for the diuuner roeu should not be given to young children. However, they may have the creamed potatoes, spinach, a little f tho salad specially prepared for them, bread, milk and the filling of the pie. Children under six years ot age will not eat the meat cakes or rice griddle cakes for breakfast. Steel wool is an excellent material for polishing and may be bought at any paint store. It comes In graduated sizes like sandpaper. Bran may be used in plnce of soap for washing cretonnes and colored fabrics, and will have n tendency to starch as well as cleanse the fabric. Paper towels are much cheaper than linen for use In the kitchen i. you have to consider the laundry proposition. ^^MMMfc'M-'M^-t.-S^S**^^^ Bandi of soft brov/n leather and a leather scarf trim this three- quarter length sport coat of tan wool, and large leather flaps button over the large pockets. Whereas the coat v.as originally designed for country and motor use, It would not be at all out of place on a city street and could be used whenever a topcoat was j appropriate. Water leaves a dark spot on a waxed floor and oil makes it sticky. The best way to keep it clean is with a heavy polishing bru h heavily weighted. Old lacea that havo become yei- Ioy from being packed away may be bleached by placing in a thick soapsuds to which considerable bluing has been added. Boil for about la, minutes, then haj.g in the sun to dry. i Food sales and bazaar, to be held by the ladles of Irwin Memorial of the Presbyterian church. Date and location to be announced later. 11-lt For better service on your Ford car call 59, any time. Ragland- Klngsley Motor Co. 11-lt ii THE PAULETTE" A new Patent Gore;— Round Toe—New heel Order By Mall $10 Open a Charge Account— Terms can be arranged. 14 N. MAIN Hosiery Too ! ! Let's Retire the Clothes line for the Winter Hanging clothes out of doors with hands steaming and tender; sudden changes of temperature; chilling and over-exertion involve real risk to health, these cold, windy days. The sensible thing is to have us take over this disagreeable part of your family washing—the washing, rinsing and drying. We'll iron the fiat pieces, too, and fluff your woolens and bath-towels and underwear so nicely they'll be all ready to fold away when you get them back. All that will be left for you to do will be the ironing of a few of the lighter, fancy pieces—light, pleasant work you can do indoors, at your leisure and without danger to your health. Our driver will be glad to call any time—just phone us whenever your bundle is ready. DRY CLEANERS 37-29 Mfet Socoixi Walter BoclimMga PHONE 4 4 FOLTZ PHARMACIES: ' 3 STORES \ . AT VOUB StOVJCE f '.' ,'" COONFIELD WAS READY TO ADVANCE ON METZ. ! Hoy A. Coonfleld, scout executive reminded everyone this morn- iiig yiat six years ago today he was beginning his OJird day on the fighting lines in France. The army stationed Just outside of Met?. v:un preparing t > advance on that city, In case tli armistice was not signed, he Bay*. ;' CHURCH NEWS. I ; I .Min.s '..'eut'ttia Wilson presided as ho.-ties.s lust evening to the meiu- lims of the \V. W. (!. No. SOI of the First Avenue Baptist church at her home, 717 Fifth Ave. east. ,\ social evening was enjoyed, and nt a late hour, refrutihineiits wer^ nerved to eighteen young ladle* Th.. .1. (i. (,', class fJcRUH Our I 'uiiiiKi 'liir) of the Fltst MIM, I'hllt'ell met yesterd • i .t'tenumll wltli Mrs. IJ. V. ('rosley o hostess at her hiuiie, :ias Kighth Ave. east. During the business mealing, the Scout Beard to Meet. The Hoard of Review of the Boy Scouts will meet this evening n't 7-.SO o'clock at Seoul headquarters in Convention hall lo pass Judgment on live second class scouts. If approved they will lie given the pin worn by Boy Scouts tit the second class. Philathea Class to Elect. ; The Philathea class of tho First i live. Haptlst church will hold 1 tho anntiul election of officers thin evening In the basement of the church following a supper meeting Mr;:. .1. II. IlardciiKtle, president of the class will )«'eaide at the meeting. Clean clothes feel warmer than \ soiled ones. LowU Cleaners. Phone | 1335- U-lUt A Marvelous One Day Sale OF NEW EARLY WINTER HATS Wednesday Wednesday In Your Bath Room Is there anything nearly worn out that needa replacing? — Is there anything nearly all gone that needa replenishing? Is there anything for your comfort and convenience that you don't have which we miQht supply? Until Soaps—Tollrt Soa\»s—Spouses liaih Ilrushes—Hath Salt* Toilet Water—Violet Ammonia ^V[>S\ 41* & MAIN JuMjyc 1 13- & MAIN i Value* that Will Create the Greatest Buying Activities of the Season Satini— Metallic*— Brocadei— Falllea— Another Scoop for Us! Bargains for you! Think of paying tills fractional price for high grade Millinery Just at this op. portituo time! You should be here early. Flowers— Embroideries— Laces— Ornaments Every Kind of a Hat—All New Ronbayh-Wley's Permanent Gifts The Qlft you give must bear the stamp of quality and permanency. That's assured here, for our entire stock was chosen with that idea In inind. Our name on the box speaks for itself. The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. TUB HOUSE OF QUALITY FOR 31 YF.AUS Jno. P. Blrchfleld Read the Classified Ads in The News-Herald. •

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