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September 4, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

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. £th* E. T, C. *luh ih&l with «»;• Z. ' (CUtuecn yesterday afternoon. During the business Session enough money was taken (in to buy « bod for the ))ay Nursery. Two new trtetnbera Wof* liken into Wo chib. Mrs; fcYank KrauRp and Mrs. JL_li. Thompson, fcualc was enjoyed In the afternoon by Mr*, D. C. hotter and Mrs. Bort Snyder. Tb6 guests ot the club were: "Mrs. Prank Krause anil Mrs. V, U Thompson. At fire o'clock the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Frartk Kriuisc and Mrs, P. V. Thompson, served a two-course lilftckeon. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Kmory Colson. ' • • One or the most-Interesting iilano recitals given among the younger musicians was given yesterday Afternoon at her homo by Miss Winona Milter on the piano, assisted by tor. Horace Rftmey, on the violin. Miss Millar Is ft student ot Miss Mnrgarvl Wolforsberger. The program *ms'. Mfilltlitlon Champoux ItiiKorfly Merkcl CliltnM Morrison Impromptu Mimirlia Lurk Winona Miller. Bolcller'R Tnrewull Weber Wlunhfi Miller and lloi'nce. Humny. The < Skylark rieMhouM Souvenir DrMla ' Winona-Miller and Harare Itamoy. Mrs. R. A. llrougliton entertained at :\ parly yesterday for her daughter, Monica, celebrating her-eereuth birthday. The afternoon was spent with music nnd games. The' music w»B given by Mrs. Chas. Droughlon, Helen Broughton and (lertrudn Slslt. A delicious liiiiclioon was served later In the afternoon. The guests were: Vail- la Simps, Terry einiea, Ororff'o Slmes Floyd Slmes'rOerlriide Slsli, Joe Sink •Lawrence Bisk, Harold Slsk, Robert Wright, Mllo Ash, A^air Hoffman, Athena lloff'mah, Claren'So Sroughton, Mary Droughton, May Broughton, and Lcater Cnmroeron. 1 <?•<$> ' • - ' Mr. and. Mrs. Frank' Krauae enter­ tained'at a seven .o'clock dinner last evening. Covers were laid for the following:; Mr, and- Mrs,- Emory Colson, Mr. and Mrs. 55. Clausen, Mlas.Anltn Davidson, Miss Itulh Co- pnnhaver, Miss Marie KraUBe, Mr. Edward Mcfnturff, Mr, lVwcy Longworth, Mr.-Arthur Paris and Francis Kranse. . ; • «> Miss Kate Brooks gave . a dinner parly lart night at which the Invited guests wore: Mr. ,and M TB. D. IS, For sytho, Mrs. Clarice Snyder, Miss Oeaji Cain and. Miss Uernlce I'afford. ':' 4> Mrs. C. C. Price and son, Billy, are here from Kansas City, visiting with Mrs. Price's sister. Mrs. C. B, Tedrick. Her husband, Captain Price, Is in the Medical Corps at Ft. Illley. * <v <y Miss Phyllis Armuur; and Mis* Bluucuo Harmon have returned from -a motor trip to Wichita where they have boon visiting friends and relatives for a.few days. . ' ' Mr. and Mrs.-W. A. Wilkoff of Lyons ^have. moved here to the.city,. Mr. Wllkorf will iiavo «harge of the Manual Training department of the new Liberty Hlgli "school. •• ... <$> <8-<j> Tho Busy Visitors -club was entertained yesterday afternoon ,at the home bt Mrs. tfoi* Pettit Oil SBVeik leonlh" avenud west. The' afternoon was spent 1 In doing Red* Cross wdrftj after which a dainty ltifich Was secved. Mrs. 1. D. Wder was ft guest of the club, i Tho next meeting Wilt be announced later. * • * « « H. C; Ottltttp left lb la morning tot' Chicago to attend the Wortd'a Series. Mrs. Gallup accompanied him as far «a Topoka where- alio will Visit friends. . ...... " Miss Mntoo Lucille Mann, and MI SB Mary Llghtroot are visiting at Wichita. Miss Ughttoot expects her call Into £tio service about September ISthr :•/••) ' .. S> 4> <J> Mr. and Mrs, ]jon, Owartney' who have been viBltlng fof several days at Wichita nnd AugUBtft with relatives .and friends have returned home; • 1 1 „ * <$> * ' I flnrland Craig gave a farewell dinner last hlghl at the V. W, C, ,A, fo.f the employes of tho Y, M.CV A.. There were; about twenty guests. <$> <S> <{> Mr. Franklin Hettinger will return Monday from Qaleen, Michigan, wlioro ho has been spending (be summer. * •«> Miss Lola. Whllakor left tor "Wlohlta today, where she Will visit with hor siBter, Mrs. Hobert Sankey. 4> . Mrs. H. V. Brevort has returned from Colorado, where Bhe haa buen spending the summer. Miss Allco IloIIn will leave Monday tor WIntleld, where she will attend tho SoulhwcHlorn. ! <?> <$• <?> Atlas Blanche Seamon lias returned from a few. days' visit with' Mends • at Sallna. : * * <*» :, ". I Mrs. II. H.Flinn, who lids been lh Colorado Springs for (he past niontli, has relumed home. ' -''• <8> ^. $ ••-"! Miss' Garnet Field spent yesterday visiting with friends at Stafford. > OR. ATKINSON liiiopractlc Physician 20% North Main. 7 -tt TONIGHT The Bobby Barker Musical Comedy Co. of 20 People in "A Wise Woman" Annual School Children's Treat Next Friday Alt schoot children wilt be admitted free, tio matter where they reside, Free Show. Old Settler's Picnic Sept 10th. Ch Dancers Notice. Beginning with .Friday iilght, September 6, 1 will resume' my dances at Woodman Hall every Friday night, Lessons every, Friday afternoon and night and Saturday.- - Phono 1466, Holaday-s music. Ajinn McDonnell. 2—SI Notice to Dancers. Tho De Luxe nances formerly bold nt Stevens' pavilion on Wednesday and Saturday: evenings will be held In Woodman • hallr" beginning Weduess day evening, September 4. Music by Moladay's orchestra. 2-3t . Subscription Dance. Howard Waller will give a subscription dance tomorrow night at Stevens pavilion. , ljoladay's-yiveef piece orchestra, . i'.4-l] » :•••'.•>' <• Oh Boy I - -v / •' I'll be at the daiice SUtuvday night. Yoeman^iiall 'eorncr.A.ahd Main. Holaday and Sluminy, . ... ,4-lt DANCING Sat Evening, Yeoman Hall HOLADAY'S MUSIC. Ray Bailey, Mgr. j Bring in Your OLD FELT HAT We'll make it look like new 4 South Main Phone 1011 Sawyer's September Special Sale Seal Plush Coals, $31.75 Flno. Silk 'Seal Plush coats made of Salts best Peco. 48 Inches ilonil, "2 Inches sweep, belud, with the new sleeve, cape collar and pocketa, lined throughout with fancy mercerised Venetian of serviceable quality. Better In fact than most $25.00 Seal Plush Coats, In all slites from'16 to 46, Tor $21.76. ^ : Other Pllish Coats with and without fur Irlmmlnga $25.00 to $198.00. All-Wool Serge Suits, $16.95 Women's All-Wool Serge Suits; good styles and well made, fancy merccrl)!od lined coats. Colors Navy or Black In sizes from Hi to bl, regular $20.60 to $25.00 values for $10.95. Others In great variety from $25.00 to $98.00. Medium ^Weight Coats for Fall You cah save mo'hey by buying your medium weight Coat for Fall now—<we have about BO such coats Ideal for motoring or street wear— good styles, good materials, many of them only half-price, others reduc- , ed from 25 to 315 per cent—wo bought them Tor this early Spring wear and are closing them at these wonderfully attractive reductions. Taffeta Silk Dresses We have about B0 beautiful laffcta silk dresses left of our spring purchase. The styles arc so similar to those now coming in for full that many prefer (hem to our later numbers on account of the big saving In price—$11.98 to $25.00 for dresses formerly $19.75 to $39.00. Taffeta Silk Coats' We have probably 20 taffeta silk coals of all grades on hand. Any of these you can now buy at Just half former prices. Some are Tull lined, others hair lined and sonin unllned. Most of them are black, the balance navy, tan and grey $15.00 coats ror $7.60, $19.75 coats for $9.88, $26.00 coats for $12.50, $.15.00 coats for $[7.50. Crepe Georgette Blouses, $4.98 We have about 5 dozen of These beautiful waists, selected for various reasons, from our regular $6.95 numbers. Nothing the matter with tho styles, colors or quality. No two nllke, all sizes from 30 to 46 in the assortment and all popular opera shadi-s. also white Included. As you make a saving .of uearly $2.00 on each waist It la a great oppor- tunlty~$4.9S. » Taffeta Silk and Wool Suits We will now Bell you anything we have left In spring silk or wool sulls at exactly half the early prices: $16.00 suits for $7.50, $19.75 suits for J9.S8, $25.00 suits tor $12.50, 135.00 suits for $17.50, $49.01) suits tor $2-1.50. A good saving If you can find your alio among this lot. All of them are desirable garments. / Smocks and Skirts We have In all about 50 smocks left; IhPse range from $1,98 to $6.95 each; take your choice of any or them this week ror Just one half: $1.98 for 99c, $2.50 Tor $1.25, $3.50 for $1.76, etc.. etc. A variety or tho most desirable materials and a good range of colors and styles In most any size to select from, Any white wash duck, gaberdine or pique skirt jilso halt price, and heavy reductions on all of our whlto wash silk and satin skirts as well, Taffeta Silk Petticoats, $2.98 We have just received another lot of Hllk Petticoats with 12 Inch flowered flounce, like I hose we sold special u year ago at ?-'.!lS. Today these are worth nearer $5.00 than $2.98. Hralde.s thosu we have a splendid assortment of excellent vnlurs In silk Peitlcoatn ot evcrv wanted kind at $4.9S, $6.95, $9.95 and $13.75 each. Kvvrything we have left In While Wash Silks and Wns/i fiallccn While Petticoats wo nre closing out at 25 per cent ofr regular prices. $ O. F. SAWYER DRY GOODS CO., Corner North Main and Second Streets |J TWO DRILL NIGHTS A WEEK. To Accommodate Traveling Men State .Guards Will Drill Wednesday and Friday Nights. ' • The State Guards will have target practice at 7:00 o'clock tonight at Convopllon • Hall, and drill will bo ut 8!0O'o^fock^ There will be drill on Wednesday.VuigiiU• alSo for lie hene- fit .of traveling men who are* out of tAWa 'i 'durtfig". the week. There has been good attendance at the target practices and drills. ' . D RAWING "word pictures" df the New Fall Styles; that are now on viWis as difficult as painting a sun set. . Tliq styles are far too handsome to be accurately described.' The; assorts nieuts arc too broad to be reduced to words. ~.' . Please plan on coming here. You will enjoy the displays immeusely, We'lt deem it a privilege to be asked to show them. i "Quality Tells -Price Sells" The New Store U2 N. Main Today —PEAR L~ Tomorrow William S. Hart -IN- x "THE DESERT MAN" Nolo—Tlite in a super & net Mart production. CHILDREN 5c In addition a 2-reel comedy a "CLC/VN SWEEP" ADULTS IOC ". IN 'CLEOPATRA' The $2.00 Road Show at DE LUXE THEATRE Prices: Children 10c Adults 25c Pins War Tax TODAY WANTED Krte!*e(c<UIf\ IJltfh-Sportl Kxcrtittvo to \\aut\W. distribution to 250 Motion Picture Theutrt;s in HUM iIlM- trlct of The Mayor of Filbert, un ubsurblnR. i 200.01)0 ffght-rpol THUIIKIP Hpivlul on tin* LlfjLMtr i|Ui?.slUm. 'Must know how to doal with local committees ami to htindlt* bunkers utul bl« biisinoHH men ami it^ul with the po1lttc;uI .situation with judgment ami dlsiirx'tlun. One man—if he Is bi« enough and faut enmiffh— (•tin oiRtinlzt! and put thin through. It is too tuuno- dtato-~tu<j ttiijiui tant u ,|ub to bo handkil In it/niul tr«Jo ohuiim la. To full in with \Yo artvortlsUiff plan ami lulirt full aUvanlHfju of thi* pri'sent ^liuatlon local distributors imist \>v titltiiiff contriti'ta nnd «(!ttlintt dat»»s on this ph'iuiv. in v.vt'jy jmrt of tho l.'nltcd SluU H within rif- If'uti iluyn. tio WIJ arc* luoklng for tiiu right iiiun in iUO dluLrlct.f, l.nrgt- JnjjncdJrttc pjofli for the successful anrx. No mailer what your prcKetu IJUSIII^HH intornBtH— - h«n/s a ctuinci* for you and a f«*w friend* to nut Into tho profit end of the Motion Picture husine.s.s un your own account in your own district that hasn't cuni« hofor«; wouldn't have eoim> now but f»u ; thy ImpoH- aJbllity of JHtJntr this picfnrt* lukn ltn turn hi tho routine of distribution— for Speed Is Vital. \Vo.nhall rlusc quickly. A telcKrairt now-(not tomorrow) may make, all Hit* Uirrerunoe. Adrlro»» Triangle Film Corporation Boom 803—1497 Broadway, New York IRIS AU Seats Always 5c f LADIES FASHION SHOP TODAY JACK GARDNER , —IN— "Open Places" Do you onjoy virile, absorbing- tales ot tho Canadian Northwest, where <lunser iurkslu evpry sltaduw? Bf»e Jock lieru< nt*r In "Open Wacei" at tho iris tumor- row only. All seats always E cents only. Only cjjijdren In arms admllteil free. Tho 1IV1S opens at 't p.ni,.a4a closes uefgre W p. VVe do not gloss Uurlug the supper lipui'. To uvo'.d tbo cvur.li at tho night eliQW;; conic in tho .tct'.-rnoon or duv lug tti» aupuiT.hour.. Hot Water Bottles That Wear Get One Now, Ready for Sudden Need. $1,00 up to $3.00 ADAMS DRUG CO. 206 N, Main. Phono 131 mmmmmmmmmmmmm Goldwyn Presents Mae Marsh THE GLORIOUS ADVENTURE by Kdllh Barnard Delano Directed by Hobart Henley The Romance of the Girl Who Bought Happiness for a dollar. ROYAL Today and Tomorrow •S3 •. Kodaks, Films and Supplies E.E, BLOOM & CO., druggists Agents Eastman Kodak; Go. Kodak*, i'ili»s and Supplies 3P5 North M[ain St. Iiyow Wftftt to the Want yoj* Wa»» Yo« Wmt to Adverttw your W$ut* Jn the Want Columns of The Hewi. In MMwermg aaverUsej»ent# Clewe mention 9I§

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