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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAGE SEVEN wash goods, niicl Earl Jones, window trimming. Underwood Leghorns Capture Prizes In National Contest The Underwood Poultry Farm won three ot the high honors nt the thirteenth annual National Egg Laying Contest which was held at Mountain Grove, Mo. One ot his White Leghorn hens which won first prize in the- Individual classes laid 2S7 eggR during the year. Another ot his hens won secood by laying "So eggs. The Underwood Poultry Farm took second on the production of lis pen. This pen ot pullets led all the other entries In laying until the last^month, when they went Into a moult, -which caused them lo ho defeated. During three mouths of the contest which lasted si year, the pen produced more eggs than any others. Each month for three months, the pen laid 182, llif>, and 137 eggs. Walter Underwood, owner of the farm, wan especially pleased with the winnings of his birds because they competed with English entries, and also the best producing hens In this country. MUSIC MEMORY LIST READY It U Compiled for the Six Upper Grades at School. The music memory lint, for the uppor six (?niilfs ban hnpn compiled by/Don A. -Slo;»n of tlie Senior high school musir (loimrlmout. Miss M'.xc Bonjotir of T.lhorty nnd Miaa Heal rice Klrkmnn of Slior- man. The. lower grade lift which will bo made out hy Mi*? Nell Cockoy. grade school music supervisor, hits not been compiled. Tim list Is complete with composers and the nationality oT each, except that of Paul Mctzftcr, com- posi'i* of "Hy the Brook," who is a very recent artist and who.^e name has not yet been put in the biographical lists. The compositions lo he HS-M for ihe contest thin year are. with the exception of H very few, «*iulr*?ly new from last year's. The local music clubs and other civic clubs interested in the coutf-y*. u ill a'.ro work on this list: Nazareth. Onnm»i Ve> a- ;,, Cavalier la. KiiMic-,i:..r. M.- n " Italian. (JMd^n S(tppprn, N^ro S;iiri'.i:..; Itlun iMnuho W.ilu. >\r.i\^-. A trl;tn. In Th* Ifnll of tb.; Mountain K- *)ri'-g, Nurwiiian. Mnrtilmr (tVf«r Ciyn* Sur- t, Nnrwt-Kiii n. Swri't and I.fnv, Jtnrni'V. Knii''.!."!;. fr'-m I /iiii) of 11:- if \V:t f cr, i 'fiiim.l n. A lll 'T! I '.iVHtmu. fluff, (i"rn-::~ Th" WiiltrlnR I'M. I. I 'i.i.Jii*:. r •>:'•! .\\ PiUliIlii:, t'.tdn'.i :l. \Mr.-;;.;in. S;i!n:i|!ik,- Sufii?, M. ti'li ;- *I> H><. ' ' ma n. At th" l!rw..i«. IU/...<ivffr'- }''•'-' . Tho Four l .fflf I'lovr:, V.:->v.<: Ermii.^h. i (ark. Hit i )i the i.;jt I , ^ *v,jl••. (Jti man. S'-ri n;idf. Scluid^r;, <"Iri'tiMjj. Sill!-' i, T.-*. •[!:»«;;. iV'^J. v. fi'i V. i' \jire.o i .Si w U i.rld li.e'-..)'. Dvorak. Tln!i.*minri ovtii, <.<erin:iti. All Throtich tl.o Niubf. UVl-h V' Hy rhe HrOfk", IViul M.* l'.ui^ Mfi'/alnv. S:un; - S ( <- Kiiitllsli. K.-ho S'onfr, Sir llmiv 1! P'-h To-a-Wiit'T l .i.v. AU.-IMu. if. An:, ifi n, Th-"' \'-';\ S'-litll-Tl. (I.--'"!', I!'.. IV.r:c-,- .Ma.'l.i.-, sahit S.« ••!.>. !':• s; I 'oluimlsi? Milihiir.'. ri».>}..!.. t'«.!.«: l.tiUnbv JiH't'lvil. ('toil-in! Invihil iuii l.h'- \\ :\ W --1 C3- rmnn. ~ Mtmi'-t in fT. P.-MI-C.-H !,' 1*. n«l. l-'ntirfh K Minor ^\im..ii.»m* t .ui<i T.- • :ul...u.-l^ . U»SM»I». iVlio-rlii N". ^, Minor. K^.':-ir.: Ini.ft. i::t««i:in. RUN BIG STORE Commercial and Journalism Departments of High School to Get Real Experience. The'people ot Nickorson are making a special effort to secure a state college, which Is needed In crowded conditions which are existing at Ihe Btuli! schools at this time. The establishment ot a state school in western Kansas has been considered hy the State Hoard ot Education, according to A. 13. Carney, president of the hoard. Since thu Ueno County High School was denied county support, iho city ot Nickerson has on its hands jl 00,000, worth ot buildings and equipment, which were formerly used by that school but which are not-needed for the Nickerson Community *hiEh school. These buildings aud a 40 acre experimental farm will bo given to the state free of charge if the state will locate a schoot at Nickerson. The, buildings and equipment nre In splendid condition and they are large enough to take caro ot 500 students. Citizens of Nickerson have further agreed that they will Increase the size of the experimental farm to 1G0 acres if that will Induce tho State Hoard ot Education to accept their offer. . Petitions signed by the people of Nickerson will lit sent to the board ot education witn- In a short time. IRIS Mat. 5c and 10c Evening 10c TONIGHT— "The Tiger and the Rose" with a wonderful cast. Including Alice Lake, lM \\m FilZf'ndH, G;u<tun Olas .H. Nf.itli Xleery, Ttolit. McKIm and otlif-rs "His Dltter Half," conwly. TOMORROW Constance Binney —IN— "THREE O'CLOCK ; IN THE MORNING" Tl.Ja C 0. Burr production Is u biff, first run ajwcla) attract Ion but we can K 1 1 ow It ono rin> only. A rare treat that you flbould riot miss. . \ "Convict 13" Comedy with Buster Keatoti. Success on bake*day is . not a matter of Luck— CA1MET THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKBNC POWHOl And Learn Why it is Called the "Best by Test" Leavener 1 BALKS »«/, TIMES THOSE OF ANT OTHER BRAND Why do your own Family Washing when our Terms are so Reasonable. PHONE To give the students ot the commercial aud journalism departments of the Senior high school an opportunity tor practical application of their studies, V. M. Wiley and F. II. Cost ot the Rorabaugh- Wllcy store havo made arrangements to turn the complete management ot the store over to the students In these departments, Thursday of his week. Head All Department!. Twenty-seven students from the classes ot A. H. King, head of the Commercial department and AV. V. O'Connoll, head Of the Journalism department, will bo appointed a« salesmanagers, department man ag'ers, advertising heads, ant! ill. playmcn ot tho firm. They v;..take complete charge ot tho sluv from the buying end to recclviti tho goods in the waro houses and the disposal of tho merchandise. , Tho pupils in chargo of the advertising department ot the store have been working to get out the ads for tho special "High school day anniversary sale." Those who worked were: Paulino Coat, manager, assisted by Esihet Young, Mercedes Ellis,. Frances Uaxter, Marguerite l.'ripe, Halph Kidwell, and John Gnagy. The advertising for the Hutchinson News Wednesday evening and for The Herald Thursday • morning was made out by these students. The Sta/» Pe rsonnel. Those appointed for the various departments are: llwendolyn Smith, ladles, ready to wear; Patricia Yowell, linens, cotton goods" and blankets; KlauderMerkley, rib bona and laces; Hallio Grove gloves, handkerchiefs and veilings; Lenn Harper, notions; Catherine Mcehan, Jewelry, leather and tol let; Maxlno White, hosiery; Joe McGulre and Halph Smith, men's furnishings; lieth Key. candy and post office; Forrest Hodgson, delivery; Klhvood Robinson, transfer desk; Lula Johnson, muslin wear I aud house dresses; Itowena Thorn son, infants' apparel; Helen Uroughton, art goods; Oscar lloh ror, boys' department; Fred Guettsche, carpets and draperies; Philip Uiwls, luggage; Lorene Wright, china and glassware; Vada Helm, toys; Agnes Magerkurth, books aud stationery; Lloyd Todrlck, vic- trolas; Thelma Tetor. marking goods; Paul Jones, receiving; rjel- la O'Nell, mall order; Kvelyn Munley, millinery; Andrew Melvun, shoes; Hella Dixon, silks', dress and Starting Tuesday Morning Big Clearance Sale of this Season's FINE FOOTWEAR All this Seasons Odds and Ends including several recent arrivals $5.00 In the offering is also our entire line of silver and gold slippers $5.00 Footsaver Shoes Not Included. Broken Lines of Fashionable Shoes Our patrons uttendinft' this Salt: can be assured of llu: stylo and quality of the pumps nnd oxfords represented. Up to the st.nvl:!: ' at ,t substantial saving' to you. Patents in both high and low heels. Satins in both high and low heels. Black Calf in medium and low heels. Brown Calf in Spanish, Military and high heeL Black kid Arch Relief Oxfords Brown kid Arch Relief Oxfords Linen Sale SHU Going on Dress Sale Still in Progress HUTCHINSON FAMILY WASH LAUNDRY A. H. Tuttl*. Prop. Read the Classified Ads in The News-Herald.