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PAGE STX. .T TT V. T-T U T C T-T TNSON NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1924 IN INTEREST OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Conference to be Held in Hutchinson Nov. 25-26. TO BRING IN EXPERTS Sunday School Workers and Teachers Expected From . Over Western Kansas. Rt'llKimiB pclunilioti In llutiiiln- ..son. Heno county, and western Kansas will roreivo n KVKII impetus Nov. 2", anil 2ii whon nnlionnl leaders ot the Sunday school move- mcnt will tin in Hutchinson to rul- drus* a jircnt. conftTr -ncc of Sunday Kchi/tl worlicr.s and teachers. Tito conference will he held two days. The opening Hcxnloh will he held al. the First. ('lirlsliiiti church on Tuesday nijiht, Nov. -.">, when Dr. HURII S. Jlapill of Washinclon, general Hecrelary of the International Council of Religious Kiluca- tlnn wilt i-'lve an address on "(Christian Cilizenslilii." Dr. .Mncill. formerly stale senator In Illinois, for many years— was with the National kduiatlon Association al Washington, 1>. C'. In 1 !I2;, when national leadership in the development of a construe•-live program of religious education was dt'sired, Senator M ;u 'i'' '"'is HntlrR. Topeka, Hosfl W. Sander•>on, Wichita, and l'rntik 0. lllch- artl, Kcncni! secrelnrj-, Topnkn, "The pur |iose of tbo lour," ex- plulncil Alhert TlxiniHon, vice president ot the stattt (onunitteo, "Is to aci|u,'iiut ftdks with the ewn ami ):nnvinK plac*' a real program ot rell.'hius eikteatloii plays In the lire of every community. New typos ot religious education are rapidly dcveloplnir piirtloulnrly alonfc the lines of week day and Miration scliotds. Courses of «tudy and methods of teaching arc dev(!opine. which rank on a par witli the work of the public schools. In!• Ilinence and righteousness must he coextensive. A religious education is the heritage ot every chllil. .Spiritual illiteracy Is tin? greatest peril of organized society. "Ilecause of our liaslc. constitutional provision which prohibits the teaching of religion In the public schools, we must develop nu Independent church centered system which will guarantee its childhood everywhere an understanding ot the religious and spiritual values that should nndorglrd and strengthen the, moral fibre of our childhood and youth." Present Pageant at U. P. Church The. Women's Missionary society will present a pageant at the United I'reshyterln'n church Sunday evening at 7:30, entitled, "Out of Darkness 1'nt.o Light." It uses a processional of women and also of children. Different children represent the different races of people -who are needing the light and are led to Christianity, tlie central figure in the pageant, qno by one by the different, heralds. A women's chorus will furnish the special music for the evening. This little piny Is to prepare the way for the annual Thank offering of the church ou Snnduy morning November 23. l^k m^HJUMilhU called from the public, education . field to the position he now holds. Dr. II. SheHon Kmlt.h, superintendent, of young people's work, Dr. W. Edward Itaffety, editor of the International .Journal of Religious Education, Dr. \V. fi. Londen, secretary of tho World's Sunday School association and A. .M. Ivocker, field superintendent, are the other experts who constitute the part on the- Kansas four. Kansas is the only slate west of tho .Mississippi fortunate enough to secure these outstanding leaders in this new and growing field. Other ..states to be visited during the re- -lualnder of the vear and the "nrly part ot ]'.>25 are Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Pennsylvania. Tho tour waa secured through the efforts of tho Kansas Council , of Religions aiuenlion, the offlc- . erB and directors of whom include: •James H. Little, Lacrosse, presi- " dent; Albert Thomson, Hutchinson, '•••vice president; W. A. KIHott, Ottawa, superintendent of SCVIOOIB; >V. S. Heusner, Salina; It. N. Mc- PROORAM FOR NOV. 1« (Courtesy of Jtndlo Digest). (By Associated Press). WBIi, lluffalo (3IS) 6:15, serrlcM. WON, Chicago Tribune (370) fi, «n- seinlilo. WQ.J. Chtcaco (4<S) S-10. concert, lunnlst, s(-|irann, baritone, tenor. IVIiS. Chicago (5(5) 6:30, organ; 7-8, KVW. Chicngo (5381 7. Chicago Sunil:\v t'.v.'nlng Club, nuudcal. \VI.\V. Cincinnati (428) G-.t5, sermon; ,: t.*. <• incerl. WMlt, Cincinnati (S0i>) 7. sermon. WSAt. Cincinnfitl (300) 2. wsermon- fUtr. 2:10, siinf-'l I 'himi -R concert. W.TAX. Cleveland (3!)0) 8, concert. WI1K. Clf-vcl.-in<l (2&3) 7, chapel serving: S. concert. WCAA. Dallas News (476) 9-9:30, sin r .Hl semis; tt-.3e-U, orchestra. WOC. Davenport HSI) S, services; fl:2'i. musical. WHO. Dcs Moines (520) 7:36-!>, music.-, I. WWJ. Detroit News (517) 6.30, St. Paul's K |>l?<-n )ial cuthclral. WIIAf, Fort Worth (170) 11-12, frolic. WHAA. towa City (4S4) 9-S-.30, familiar livmns. Willi. Kansas City (411) 8-9:15. re- llpinus services. WCCO. MinnenpDlls-St. Paul (417) 7:15. ,-lnjrcli s.-rvlce; ii, ,,-luKSlcal. CICAC, Montreal (125) »:30, orchestra. Fnloisls. WJ'S,, N'w York (455) 8. orchestra: 7:15, conceit; 7:45, specially; 9, concert. W.1Y, New York (405) 7:10. concert ort-h '-stra; 'f. reminiscences of a report 'T. "U'KAF, New York (492) 0:20. Hoxy an<l his ciing; s:15. organ. K<;0. oaWland (3121 1*). services. \VI>Alt, Philadelphia (395) 7:30, talk, WOO, Philadelphia. (509) 6:30, services. WIP. Philadelphia (509) 6:30, «rv- KOW, Portland Oregonlon (492) 8, sMvires: 9, concert. iCI'O, San Francisco (423) 10:30-12, orchestra. (VliV, Schenectady (3R0) C-.3S, sen-- Ices. KFQX, Seattle (223) S-9, news reports: 9-9:45, children; 10-11, orchestra: 12-1, orchestra. KF.NP, Shenandoah (266) 6:20, sacred song service. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Not n hard puzzle. Ono Oreek letter may stick you for a moment. -And 21 horizontal, although it may scare you, will vanish before the •workings of a large dictionary, 3R 5. 6 7 8 [10 • 14 i 16 zr ST 133" I3T l. 9. 10. 11. Kt. yo. • in. is. in. 21. 23^ iiC. 30. 81. 83. U. 1111. :ss. 3'J. 40. HORIZONTAL Bvolutlon. l*iirl ot the verb "lo he." Fate. (loads. Maltreat. Two thousand, pounds. Attempt. Structure to hold back water. I'uts In' position. Trees of tho genius taxus. Mentally inclined. Supplicate. A person who protends to be superior. Loiter. The Ullrd letter of the Oreek alphabet, corresponding to the Knglish pu. Ago. Nimble. Chief magistrate of Venice. Negative conjunction. Spihe of corn. Bargainers. / VERTICAL Fine, dry dirt, (Plural), lionst. Make mistake. • For fear that. Indulge in recreation. Cnwieldy gathering. Musical exercise. Abounds. name of a great American author. Carpenter's tool. What. II vertical does. Catch sight of. Opposite of no. Ordinary. Khred of cloth, ticltlug old. Ulaek man. Native metal. Foundations. Saucy. Thought. An ancient gamu of cards. Grain. HURCHES — Corner Third ami Chemical. A. C minister. Stm«lay school with fltnniiiiril cI.-is -^fH )U n. m. Worship 11 n. m.: th'Mtic of Rprmon, "l'romot- I'tTacf.v (,:hrl«ttnn Kndcnvor 7 \i, m. Vn*AfhfnK 7:Sft; subject. "Heav- rn!y I'-ncc." Si't"«*)jil sinKlnc. I'raver mt'cthi!; WrrtmvadMV t-vi'iiini;, tit .Ur. Fhm-lt.% -un clht'inlcnl ttvoniu 1 . Trinity Methodltt' Church—Ifiih nnd 1 Mniti Si.; A. K. Il .-nry, mlnifltcr. Sunday »t ft;?,0; t'l.r niiiK wi*r «lnp rl-"t .ipt-rtiil fnr fr.llnT.-« iiiu) ri'iiii'tii fit Hi:K,, ." UIJ.MI : -Tin' IT'.'ii- >til I'itlli'i;" KjivMtrttt l.iafjito ill ti'.-U; "V .llliiK hf rvl'-n »l T:;(M; Vntmi: \>vu- i>]»'s ihrniiw choir: MTIMIMI l<y J. 1'. White; of Niikt'isdii; inornliif? an- Ihvin. "Surr;L \.i Thy Mrrcy, l -nfl." hy I'.itrnby; (vriiinj: fhuiiis nmnhfr, "Tho itiisTf -r 's nwrliliiK ."fiMHin l <y l'". pu*tiir. First Preshyterlnn Church— Sherman Rust ;il I'cplar; Dtunan l). ^Mai:- .LcnnaTi, mln 1st«'r. Sun«lay schnol at i*:;!0; innmhier wnrshlp at 11. Tho H'rv. C H. Mllh-r "f Kmporiu will pi-ouch at l*olh lh** mtivnlm? ntifl evi*- nlm,- yt'rvl..-. Hi.-nior 11 ivrb Christian Kndonvor, G;,T) p.m.; evt.-nins wur-'Jup »t 7;IiO. Methodist Episcopal Church —Smith .lliitchtn:uin; j,ylr. 1,. <iairin>r, mhiis- t'r. SaMittlay nteht. aL S o 'liIm -K. Kvv. -\. E. Kirk, ot Sf.iUhwo.storii rullt-Rt 1 . will «pt -ak on thu subjort: "When War Shall l\* N,. Mor.?. M Dr. IvirK will prfJK 'h iintl prrsfnt th** lntort'sis of cnllotlii on Sunday llichl :it Sumlay school, 10; l ^pworth l^onKue, CHTi; pr«'arhlriK service at Klme *r at iO and at I'nplar at II. The First Congregational Church- Walnut mul Kltu -rMh Str*'(-t; stcpnen Ihiicli .r, mlnisicr. '.'-AT*. Sunday Knhool; Pludy f<u- thr> Hnlltlors class, "Oonflictiiifr loyalties;" tl n.m., church .service, wm-jthlp and nr«rnion, a father arid fl>m >orvloo, suhj^cr: "Pads and l^ads;" & o'clock Vcsperp, subject nf address; "Saul va 1'aui;" -spt -cial ;nu^h'. or^an and quartet; 7:ilO p .m. WVdne-.iday, lecture: "The Sources of the I'trntatouch," Zlon Lutheran Church— Eleventh and Washington; A. J. Bell, pus tor. I'ulillc worship at 11 a.m., nermon subject: "An Ideal Friendship;" Sunday school, 0:30 n.m.; a talk to mo Sunday school by Mr. Hoy Coonftelrt, Scout, executive; Luther Leasuo, ti:3»; fathers and snns service at 7:.i(i p.m., address by Major Brown; reading: "The Son Thou Qavest Me," by Alias Lucille Can. The Church of Ood —Chapel Kast Fourth and Poplar Streets; lilder, C S. McAUster. Bible school, 9:45 n-m.. sermon by the pastor, 11 a .m., theme: "Ood Sees, and Carefl;" Young I 'c-v- IiU.'» assembly. G:ir> p.m.; preach in c again at 7:30 p.m., llrn. Amos FraztN will sprak; cottage meetings Tuesday. 7::i0 p.m., with Mother Sta.hly, HUD Avenue F Kast, and Brother »nei Sister John Miller, &20 Second Avenue East; nidi-week, prayer and praise service at the chapel, Thursday, 7:Utl p.m. Evangelical Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer, Missouri Synod— V. Busse, pastor; chapel and parsonage 1115 North Elm, Sunday school, H> a.m.; service, 11 a.m.. subject: ""Let ITs Forgive, Even As \V> Have* He^n Forgiven;" meeting of Walter League S p.m. lor urgent business. Mennonlt© Church— Corner Fourtn and Cleveland streets; J. J. pienert. pastor. ll> a.m., Eib'e classes; 11 am. lmlillc worship, subject: "Prevailing Prayer;" the junior choir will sing at the morning service; 7:30 p.m., public worship, with a half hour 'of singing followed by a sermon, subject: "The Glory of a Stainless Life;" 7:20 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting; 7 P-m. Friday, junior choir practice; 7:4i p.m., Friday, senior choir practice. The Irwin Memorial Presbyterian Church—Corner Filth and Severance; W. Steele, minister. Sunday school, V:45 a.m.; public worship at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; morning theme: "Life's Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde;" evening theme: "Avarice;" -.Junior C. E.» 4 p.m.; Intermediate C. E., 5 p.nt: senior C E., 0:30 p-m.; prayer meeting and choir practice, Wednesday. 7:?,f) p.m.; Ladies Circle, Thursday, at 2 p.m. First Methodist Episcopal Church— Corm.-r of First and-Wnlniit. H. L. Oleckler, pastor, Sundav school at i»:o0; ,1. A. Jlildyard. Sunt. I'reachlng -•service at 10:40, Evening service at 7:3i>: Kev. II. C. Maltlaml will preach. | Sunday will close the splendid evan- i gelistic services at First church, j Senior Epworth League and itlgii t School League each at 6:3^. • United Presbyterian Church— Sixth \ east ut Elm. W. C. l.'avidson, pastor. | Bible school at 3:ib. Morning worship : and preaching at 11:00; subject of ) .sermon, "Ungrounded Fears." The | Women 's Missionary Society will give j a pageant at the evening worship , hour, 7:30, "Out of Darkness Into; Light." Usual meetings for young i people at G:^0. Then Men's Prayer!' virrmp will meet at 7:00 in thp morn-] ing-for prayer in the church study. j First United Brethren Church— Cor- j ner Fifth and Walnut streets. It. C.! Russell, minister. S:45 a, m, t Bible! school with comfortable surroundings for iitiv who attend. 11:00 a. m., ! morning worship and sermon. C:30 '• p. m., Senior Christian Endeavor: tiie ! contest is on in earnest In this de- i partment, 7:30 p. m.. evening service j of music and Gospel. Wednesday, [ 7:30 p. m., church night. Thursday, , 10:30 n. in., district meeting at Calvarv ] United Brethren church of this city. ! Hadtey Memorial Methodist Eplsco- ! pal—F and Elm. Sunday school i Morning worship 11:00, with sermon '• by Rev. C. M. Cray, our district superintendent. Epworth Leagues C::iO. \ Evening 1 worship 7:30 with sermon by i tho pastor; theme, *'Tho Prorit of m Christian Life," Revival meetings begin Nov. 23. Mid-week worship Wednesday evening 7:30; "Witnesses for ! Christ" is our theme, Edward Brid well, pastor. Ing Wednesday night nt 7:W. with chorus practice to foll-tw. Christian Church -~Fif:h ait»l Main, F, F. Wiiltd-s. lmslnr. |{|)»le school It::t0; Virgil W. Iltll, Siipl. Three I'hrlsthni Endeavor soeicti^w meet at K;'M). J'rayer uiei tlhg Wednesday evening. At l!t:l. r i tin- pastor will speak uptui Burton W. Stone, the third .sermon concerning the Chi'l-d In n ehuich. At 7:im he will "peak upon "S.-lf Execution"; Ihere will be two Illustrated hymns used In tins service. Special music by the choir morning and evening Sunday. The pimi|! is Invited. Pilgrim Holiness Church— Corner Baker and East l -'ii'th Street. .1. Paul Uopeii pHMior, Sinuiay school I>:t."i a. m. Morning preaching ltM-V Ladies'i ^ prayer meeting 3 p. m. Voung People's 1 service C:;t0 p. m. Eveiilng evangelistic service 7:30. Tuesday night prayer meeting nt the home of Mrs. C. in.wcli, PIS East Fourth street. At 7:30. Thursday night prayer meeting ut church at 7:30. SI reel meeting Saturday 3 p. m. * Unlversallst Church— Seventh; and Walnut. James Houghton, minister, lit n. m., Sunday school; Miss Ella Benschoidt, Supt. 11 a. m,. worahip and sermon, ".lust What 1? Meant bv 'Saving -finuls'7" A cordial welcome to all. ^ East Hutchinson Evangelical Church being orKaiifeed under tho direction ot Prot. »M. Mulklns. The Salesmanship CIn»a conduct- od by President Connrtl will complete their work thin week, Mnch Interest JH holns displayed Jn the Typewritlnti: Depnrtment due First Avenue Baptist— The morning |'lo (ho InMtnUntlOtl of the Special i-'-vico ^yin hp / t U;;niMr "".'.L .^'V^-'JTX' I Typewrit Infe Vlclrola llecordu that are beiiiK connection with tho regular typowrltlnp class work. Clarence Ward will spend tho week end visiting with relatives In Medicine Lodge, K». Helen Ihiohanan Is doing Rteno- graphic work for the Letter Shop. Milton Nnvriit visited with Tvnn Sehwion nt hla home In Sylvia over' Saturday and Sunday. with II faihtT unit n won parllcl patlng In; the. preliminary iiari of the service, A male ipiartet will sing, The ii them, 'Holy Art Thou" hy Handel will he given bv MM , ,Tnnen, Mr. I>Mlou and the choir. Tho sermon .•mt'.toet will he "Josit* rind 1 lis Kal'her." At tile evening service the main M'lartet will again sing. The clinlr u it! ning "I'nto Tiiff, Oh Lord. lUi Wf il!vo Thanks" by ItogerJ*. with Mr?, t.V K. I*;i«f!ett doing ttie solo. The pi-rmon will Ite a second In the werleji on "The Revehitlotw of a Fig Tree," the Mihjeet of this ono heing "The Mercifnl Lord." Mrs. Uudv Hinder will he at tho organ. Guy II. Wi'nnio'r, ntlnisitor. <b GUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES. vj> ..\ <J. ^ <t. ^> <?> •• Ilnndd Webb has boon placed na bookkeeper with tho Electric Water and Light Co. of Abilene. K3. Miss Wirtie WlUett of Aiden visited Tuesday with her niece, Miss Opal AVIIlclt. Pearl Huff hag accepted a posl* tion with the*McNaphten Invest- r.tcnt Co. A Boys and Girls Octette are BROUGHT BOYS TO , THE . REFORMATORY. C. O. Wright, umlerehcrirt of Sallno county, waa hero Inst evening from Salina with two boys Tor tho *ttato reformatory, • "One of them," ho explained, "Wont into a house nnd waa caught getting something to eat. The otber borrowed a bicycle to ride to Maniuette nnd forgot to return it." Clean children' want clean school clothes. Let us do the cleaning. Phone 1335. Lewis Cleaners. 11-1 ot SUBWAY PLAN IS HELD UP Unnble lo Get the County Commissioners Interested / In Project. Tlio proposed aiibwny at Hal- ntcud iivoiiuo soems to bo knncknd out for a time becnuso of innlilllty lo B«t tho qounty cotnmisslonorB inlcreated iu tho projpr-t. Iliilstoad avenue Is the liotindnry lino ot tho city nnd enmity. It Is necessary to bnve Joint, action hy tho city and county, OH well ns tho rnllwny company. Tho Santa Fo railway and tho rlty commission agreod on the project, but the county hoard didn't fnvor Joining in the cost so tnr as the county Is concerned. Tho Hutchinson & Northern railway company, whose track would join In the expense of the project, ns well as the city, county and Santa Fe. "We found it necessiiry to plan tho subway on tho county side or tho street," explained City En- glnoor U. B. Lee, "Bocttuso 61 sower mains on the other side." WANT PAVEMENT ON ; • " SIXTH AVE, WEST. A petition from property owners on Sixth avenue west In tho 00(1 and TOO blocks for the paving of that street wont of,Monroe, with asphalt, ' was filed with the efty commission yvsterdny afternoon. Tho petition calls for paving from Mntiriio lo tho point where this xlrect intersects with Seventh avenue, two blocks west.' Plans (or Paving.' Tho city engineer lias completed plans for tho paving of Seventh and F.lshth avenues west, from IIaIri lo Monroe. The streets will be paved with asphalt. Alcohol for your radiator, 188 proof, Formula 0, at Hockaday'B. 14-3t Butter-Kmst (Docs Not Crumble VI Try it / J Wednesday, Nov. 19, Is Suburban Day Watch fqr Our Bargains. t_ Thursday. Nov. 20, Is , ^ High School Day at This Store. Come! First Church of Chrltt, Scientist— Services are held In church edifice, corner of Main and 14th furf-^m, Sunday morning at 11:00: subject, "Mortals and Immortals.'* Sunday school Is held at fl:30 a. m. The Wednesday evening testimonial service Is at 8:00. The nubile is cordiallv invited. T^he public reading room maintained by the church Is In llootn 1320 Hont ha ugh-Wiley buildlm?. This room ta open every week day from 11 a. m. to 5 p. in. First Evangelical Church—Tenth and Jefferson. M. J. Stelnmetz, minister. Sunday nchool will meet at 9:45, with classes for all grades. Worship at 11:00; sermon theme, "Religion vs. Pun—the Cost of Kach—What Chance Has KellKion?" Tho various Leagues will meet at 6:30 p. m. Worship hour 7:110; sermon subject, "Jny Is In thf Person, Not the Place." Prayer meet- No remedy c&n cure all ailment* ot the Hainan body, bcrt an immonoe number of people suffer from acnes, pans and disease symptoms when their real trouble is laclc of iron in the blood. If Is the iron In your blood that enable* you to get the nourishment out of your food. Without iron your food merely passes through you without doing you any good; you don't get tho strength out of iL There is one universally known tonic that has helped thousands because ft contains iron like the iron in fresh vegetables and like the iron in your blood. NUXATEDIRON Is an eminent physici&n 'a best blood prescription, standardized. It is recommended for all anaemic and run-down conditions. It has helped thousands of #thers. It should help i jou. Ask for it at an> drug siorsv CONTINUING THE SECOND WEEK OF OUR 24th ANNIVERSARY SALE WITH OUR GREAT Semi-Annual MONDAY 8:30 A.M. 10 MONDAY 8:30 A. M. Dress Sale Regular $25.00, $29.75 and $35.00 Values Included The women of Hutchinson, and vicinil y well remember the extraordinary values offered in our previous Semi-Annual $10.00 Dress Sales. Only twice yearly are we able to offer such unexcelled values. This $10-00 Dress Sale which begins Monday promises to surpass all such previous sales. Our Buying Staff by persistent persuasion finally induced the New York manufacturers to let us have these wonderful values—to help us put across_ our Semi-Annual $10.00 Dress Sale-^to give our many patrons the biggest values obtainable. You'll agree that we've obtained the best values of the year when you see these dresses. 152 STYLISH DRESSES Here are 152 Stylish Dresses modeled in the very latest stylings, some being beaut ifully trimmed in furs, while others have trimmings of beads, embroideries, laces, etc. You'll find dresses hece suitable for every occasion—for sport wear—for business—for street—for school—for afternoon—for evening—for every use. Model* that really are $25.00, $29.75 and $35.00 creations. MATERIALS COLORS Charmeens Poiret Twills Satins Crepe Failles Cantons Bengalines Crepe Satins Flannels Novelties Brown Sandlewood Brick Dust Cedar Titian Cocoa Rosewood Navy Black 11 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SIZES—16 TO 44 •1 STYLES Rever Redingote Long Sleeves Sleeveless. Square Neck Straight Lines Tunic Tubular Short Sleeves V-neck Round Neck Bateau Neck Including $25.00, $29.75 and $35.00 Values See Our Window Displays. TRIMMINGS Fur Buttons Godets Fringe Beads Laces Braids Jabots Tuckings '% Plaits | Leather Embroidery Including $25.00, $29.75 and $35.00 Values Sale Begins Mondr^x 8 :30 A. M.

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