The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 14, 1924 · Page 9
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, November 14, 1924
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htlPAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAGE NINE. ICCEPT OFFER OF CLUB HOUSE FARM BUREAU MEETS TODAY Women of Hutchinson Expr «M Thanks to Senator Carey • .. For Fine Gift. The goal of many years of the Hutchinson women la In Bight, a ttub houao whoro women can meet, hold club meetings and civic gatherings. And all through the gen< erostty of Emerson Carey. Last night 143 women gathered In the Chamber of.Commerce rooms to listen to the proposition which Mr. Carey wanted to make to the women of the city. Mnyof Walter H. Jones presided and Introduced Mr. Carey who told simply how, When lie found that the women of the city were contemplating buying a club house and had looked at his home property at Tenth and Main, ho told bis sons not to put the property on the market while he was In Europe as he had other ends In view. And this end was giving the home to the women of Hutchinson. Bart Secret Organliatlont. C. M. Williams, as attorney for Mr. Carey road the deed which Mr Carey has had prepared. This deeded the property to the Hutch lnson Woman's Civic Center club, consisting of the north 5% foot of lot nine, and all of lots ten and eleven at the corner of Tenth Ave., and Main street. The club shall consist of the white women of the city, shall be a non-partisan, non- aectarlan and non secret organisa­ tion, and no clubs coming under sectarian, secret or partisan rules •hall have memherships represent- do on the hoard of control. Clubs having fifty members belonging to the Civic Center club can have a representative on the board of control. This property can not be mortgaged, or sold and must be Insured at all time. In case of failure to fulfill the provisions of the deed, the property revertB to Mr. Carey or his heirs. Form Temporary Organisation, Following an Informal discussion as to meanB to go about the matter of organization of the club, Mrs. E. B. Yaggy was made temporary chairman with Mrs. Charles 13. Hall secretary pro tern. The presidents or a representative of all women's organizations, present were con, atltuted Into a nominating committee and they proposed the following names as a temporary board to build up the membership of the new club: Mrs. Charlea Bennett, Mrs. E. C. Carhart, Mrs. A. M. . Ward, Miss Pearl Lelghty, Mrs. J. W. Gowans, Mrs, George Gano, Mrs. Kate h. Brooks, Mrs. A. E. Fogelburg, Mrs. Adeline Stratton and Mrs, Albert Thomson. The first start on the membership was tbe signing up of entire 143 ludlos present. The membership tee, and other details will have to be worked out later, the more members the smaller membership foe will be necessary. As soon as 300 memberB, the smallest number possible to be able to handle the proposition, have been secured, a permanent organization will be tonned. To Meet Next Week. Next Thursday night the Women's Civic Center club will meet at the new club house, with a committee composed of Mrs. S. *\ Johnson of the Woman's and Mothers club, Mrs. G. A. Chlckerlng of the Delphian club and Mrs. Maude E. Smith, of the Business and Professional Womon's club, looking after the preparations. The chaliB owned by the Hutchinson Woman's club wil bo sent to the building to Seat the crowd. Mr. Carey has offered to furnish tbe cider from his Willowbrook farm as part of tho refreshments of the evening. Today tho temporary board Issued the "following expression ot appreciation for Mr. Carey's gift to the women of Hutchinson: "This appreciation is written to express publicly the sincere gratitude ot tbe women of Hutchinson for the most gracious gift of Mr. ; EmerBon Carey. The thoughtfulness shown by the gift Is characteristic of Mr. Carey. It will be the endeavor of the women, of Hutchinson to so use the civic center that it will bo an ever growing factor In the development of the Worthwhile social life ot the city." Signed: THE TEMPORARY BOARD. k HUNTSVILLE Annual Session at Salem Community Church—Agent is Shown Active. The fourth annual \ meeting ot .the Reno County Farm Bureau was held today at the Salem Com munlty church. Members of the organization from all parts of the county were present, showing the splendid Interest which is being taken in fnrm bureau work, which does much toward bettering the agricultural conditions In this county. Tho annual report of the Reno county agent during the past year which was presented, showed the Immense amount of work which has been done during the 'past year. V. S. Crlppen carried on tho work during the first 10 months ot the year, and R. W. McCall has continued In the place which he vacated two months ago. Kept on the Jump. The report showed that the county agent had traveled 9,721 miles during tho year in carrying on his work In this county. 1 . He made a total of 261 farm visits. The most Important Work, which has been carried on by the Farm Bureau during the past year haB been the boys and girls clnb work. A total of 410 Boys and girls were enrolled In .the clubs. Thore were poultry, pig, and calf clubs and some of the young people were actively Interested In two different kinds of club work. A two-day club round-up was held at Hutchinson during August. Demonstrations Help. The county ngent held 2i educational demonstrations along agricultural linos during the year. They were nttended by 271 farmers in tho county. The county also furnished tho judges for tho nine community fairs which were held In this county and also helped with planning and arranging the exhib­ its at the fairs. Ho also helped a great deal with tho annual dairy show. In addition to the outside work, the county agent completed a large amount of office work. He mailed out a total ot 7,142 letters during the year. Let us get your _ar in condition for that Sunday drive by thoroughly oiling It and tuning It. Phone 59. Ragland-Klngaloy Motor Co. 14-lt Alcohol for your radiator, 188 proof, Formula 5, at Hockadny's. 14-3t Fearl&Son Jewelers Since 1895 are recognized for their Integrity and Foarl merchandise is ALWAYS ot unquestioned quality. Family Washing All Ironed, Partly Ironed, or Wet Wash * We Use IVORY SOAP and SOFT WATER Model iaim^ DRY CLEANERS mmitSimi WU«rSwfc*.MSi PHONE 44 Fay Wightman and wife attended the Wheat Growers' meeting at Wichita last week. Mrs. Joe Canning returned home last Saturday. She had been visiting her home folks at Baldwin, Kansas, for the past four weeks. Hmmett Hall returned home from Grand Junction, Colorado last Wednesday. George Stlggins and Arthur Tucker were visiting relatives in Oklahoma last week. John A. Landls, of Wichita, U spending a week or two with \V. A. Cox. Norrls Johnson, who is attend ing the Automobile school at Hutchinson, spent the week em; with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. <.' C. Johnson. D. B. Hester and wife spent Sunday with relatives In Hutcnlnsou. F. M. Mahoney and wife visiter! at the home of Dan Meador, north of Sylvia, on Sunday, < Clarence Gantz and wife spent Sunday with Mrs. Oru Duncan, southwest of Aldon. Hurry Biulrie nnd wife of Sylvia, spent Sunday at C. C. Johnson's. The Epworth League gave a party at the home of George W. Huvorcrofi on Tuesday evening. The lluntsvlllu school will give a program, box and pie social at the school house on Thursday, Nov. 13th. Tho Ladles Aid of the Huntsvillo M. 13. church will hold a bazaar and suppor at the Huntsvllle school house ou Friday, November 21st. Alcohol for your radiator, 1S3, proof, Formula 5, at Hockaday's; 'I Read the Classified Advertise- netjts In the News-Herald. SrnntciHEKs 123 North Main A Sensational Sale of DRESSES — values up to $29.75 — Think of it! Your unrestricted choice of 150 beautiful new late Fall Dresses at one-half to one-third their regular value!! Street Dresses, Afternoon Dresses, Party and Evening Dresses valued up to $29.75 for the smallest price we've ever sold dresses of their type for—$10!!! Colors- Penny Rosewood Cinnabar Black Navy and Many others As we expect this sale to surpass a'.l others of its kind ever held here, you should make it a point to be on hand when the doors open—at 8:30 in the morning! '• , Extra salesladies will be on hand to help you make your selections—Use this opportunity to buy two or three at tills law price!!! ———STETTHEIMER'S EVERETT'S MEATS—3 Stores—GROCERIES Cold weather is here and everything- for this kind of weather may be found at Everett's! Bulk Kraut, Oysters, Dill Pickles, Mince Meat, Celery, Popcorn, etc. Do you get your meats and groceries delivered free, and at such low prices as these? Everett's deliver free, orders of $2.00 or more. Sugar Cured Hams, 10 to 12 lbs., lb.... 18c Large Florida Grape Fruit, 2 for 25c New Dill Pickles, 6 large ones..., 25c California Grapes, Delicious, 2 Lbs. 25c Spinach, lb 18c Celery Cabbage, lb.. .20c Radishes', bunch .... Sc Chestnuts, lb 30c Salmon—- . 1 lb. tall can.'Pink (1 doz. $1.85) 1 lb. tali can Sqckeye (1 doz. $3.55) Fresh Oysters, pint , Tomatoes, per can .. (Doz. $1.15) Corn, per can (Doz. SI.15) Layer Figs. lb. .... California Grapes, 2 lbs. 25c 12 qt. Michigan Grapes $1.10 .18c . -33c . ,50c ,.10c . .10c .30c New Bulk Kraut, 4 Lbs. 25c Sumnaid Raisins, 2 pkgs 25c 14 oz. pkg. currants ... ,30c Eatmor Cranberries,' lb. 15c Eating Figs, pkg. 15c New Dates, lb. .15c Queen Olives, qt. ,.•,.„. .49c Cut Macaroni, lb -.:.10c Large Post Toastics ...15c KuMJaTe^RcmrTpEg ^^Oc Dark Honey, qt 48c Light Honey, qt 69c No. 1 Comb Honey 30c 10 lb. pail Syrup ." S9c No. 10 Pure Sorghum... .99c Onions, 13 lbs 49c Large Bottle Ketchup ..25c Lee Pimentos, elm ....10c Tomatoes Small cans, doz $1.15 Large cans, doz. $1.95 Mince Meat Make your own. Lean Beef, lb. , 10c Suet 12c Apples, peck .„,.25c Raisins, 2 lbs. .. Currants, 14 oz. Citron, lb. ,.... • Apple cider, gal ........35c Orange and Lemon Peel 50c Bulk Mince Meat, lb. ..25c 30c 75c Isn't It * "Whosoever hath tlXC good clothes carriu TV -t/f \% continued letteri of L1UUI recomme ndatioii/; The success-principle of befog well dressed still holds good* The extra Style-Service of Smith Smart Shoes is profitable " Vhtu Stay Smart istfA Long Stntoc" See Them in Our Windows YOUNG'S SHOE STORE Phone 1767 Established 1S77 12 North Main. A Sale of Hosiery Hosiery Special for Saturday ONE LOT Ladies Silk and Wool Sport, hose plain and lace hose fiQo Saturday Special OUC LADIES FINE SILK HOSE full fashioned pure silk. Tans, Grays, Brown, QO Black. Saturday tPl iOO ALLEN A CHILDREN'S HOSE the best wearing hose for the money. OC*» Saturday Special fciiJC Wool Middies Sis Hopkins all wool flannel Middies in Red, Gray Tan and Green. dJO AC Saturday Special ^ai««»wMii—n«« •... •w****' Lingette Bloomers in Black and Colors Saturday Special ,.,.,.......« „85c Outing Gowns made of a good heavy outing Saturday Special »,........,.-.. ««•*•>•/. NEW MILLINERY FOR SATURDAY CHOICE OF A LOT OF SILK AND METALIC HATS- NEW STYLES $A.95 SERGE— 36-inch wool serge. Navy, Brown and Red Q^p Saturday Special .., ....>..*.. %fO\, SERGE —40-inch all wool, fine serge. Black, d»t OO Brown and Navy. Saturday Special.. • V» .OO FRENCH SERGE— 54-inch fine all wool French serge Black, Brown and Navv. *>1 AO Saturday ...«Pl .JO PENCIL STRIPES 36 WOOL —Pencil Stripes in Brown. Navy and Black AOp Saturday Special . ........... */Ov BLANKETS— 64x76 cotton Blanket Saturday NASHUA WOOL NAP BLANKET— 72x84. Large plaids Pink, Blue and Yellow (J»C AA Saturday Special 4>«J.UU COMFORTS— 72x90 cotton comfort. Cover with a good Challie OUTING— 36-inch light and dark outing. A good heavy outing. Saturday Special ««Jv PERCALE— 36-inch Percale light and dark 1 r colors. Saturday :•• GINGHAM —32-inch fine Gingham 35c Regular. Saturday LtOK. VISIT OUR BEAUTY PARLOR SATURDAY $2.75 -ge plaids $5.00 $3.50 Coats On Sale Saturday Conde Coats, the finest cloth coats made. No two alike. These coats were bought as samples less 25 per cent and our customers also get the same reduction Prices $39.75, $49.50, $59.50, $69.50 New Coats at $24.75 New models in blacked polaire, and plain, high lustre Bolivia. All are silk lined and have O/t "7C fui- collars I w Dresses On Sale Saturday dresses mostly $15.00 and $20.00 dresses. Saturday only SATURDAY DRESS SPECIALS 100 more dresses on sale again today. Cloth and Silk $10.00 DRESSES AT $19.00— Just ftir today we are going to sell 2500 dresses. . $1Q0A Your chioce today $1«F *VV Large Dresses for stout women. Flat crepes and other silk materials, Sizes to 52. Made to fit large women. Prices $10.00; $17.50; $19.75; $24.75; $29.75 KNITTED SUITS— two pencil knitted suits. Skirt and Slip on. dJO AC Saturday Special *P«J.U«J .TWEED SUITS— Two priced Tweed Knicker Suits, made of a good all wool Tweed Special Saturday TWEED KNICKERS— Well wool tweed Saturday . $10.00 made good all $3.95 When Answering Classified Ads Please Mention The News-Herald

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