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PAGE FIGHT .'HE HUTCHINSON NEWrv MONDAY. NOVEMBER 17. I9w Call Telephone No. 4400 and ask for Society. • Illonis for thla department must bo In by 1(1:00 a. m.) Mrs. L. H. Oboe has Issued In , • Millions for thi' v. eddlng of her daughter, lo Mr. .lames Phillips which will lake iilnco. Saturday evening, N'uv. "2 at her homo. 42! Twelfth Aviv, vest. Mr. nuil Mrs. Clarence Howard celebrated their golden wedding imnU'erwnr)' Saturday evening at their home, r,2(i Ave.. C Post. A large utimoer of their friends and rclnflvos gathered there for a LJ- rial ci'i.nltiv, nnd .1 IMo Itiecheon. The i?ui'!.l.< indn'eil the, members nf Mrs. riundny *chenl claF* ol 1 h chureh end the folimvin llndley Method!.'! Mfj.-n KM .I .M<. Miami-* — K. Kii'lwil .1. li. I'aylie r. I-:. Collins H. H. (Marti o. i>. <;.min. 1 11. H. 11 ill l'. r. Wilson .1. 1 ic.ii.-t"" 1). \V. 1.,-irkln , J. W. Kirkl'iitrlek U. It. I.wick McKlnley Klnit Mllfenl floor K.*~clini <Mler J. S. Simmon. 1 * J. K. tlnoilytnr II Wi if.liL V. V.. M:ik>'- A. K. S .'.nl. Wl.'l.illi 1*. !•'.. Anil, rni.n W 1'. Van Kiuren M,..-il.ini.-s I. 1! l!.illS'-li Viola Vo-t Hanoi Sno.le KK.i-m'" McMullon Helen Uninpey y.oWn Woodnll Irene MrMurrny K.lllli Bli-venn Mr. H. 11. Howard, Tort Scott Mrs. K. S. f'anitinpr entertained (it a children's parly Saturday afternoon at her home, 101 Twelfth nvc. east comiilltnontlnK tho Klxlh hfrthtiny of her little daughter, Marirery. Children's frames' and romestM passed the time niorrily nnil Ihe ehililren iver.- served a birthday liini'heon by" Mrs. l'annlni; late in the afternoon. The quests included: ti. 11: .li.ii.'- liimliln lO'O u ft-'iuwtn Vj\ ::i(i S1111M1 \ iri:!nl;i Warren A.I .I c,iKt> .!..l:n Sclu.'int [111 I-'.:', ill H'lSV.'IKc- Willlani 1 e.H^at:e I. .11' |-.-Ni 'e KliliT .liter- ^miih .1.. Stnilli ll.ii.l.v liviii, .1.1. I, \\ all.'!' H.:-l..rt Urn- Mnill'a (iei'.il'llrie Joins I.eir.uii.' Itimib'i |ii,i,ii,v Main Vl 'a M»> F.wtoi l ...iis \..|.i.'h Dorothy Ki'Ts-er II. ;..|. K.i.u lie:- 11 k..» .1 n n • I 1:.. •• Alvin.i Alim|t:i *t Ci .Hnpliinentini; Mrs. Kmntn Iv JIii .l y. on her lurthday, her diuifch- ter .-.Mi"i. 1.. \V. l'anilley, Jliss J.ola T'.allcy and Miss .Myrna Httiley ontii'taiio'il yesterday with a Fur- I r ,re dinner at her hntne, 'JOO Eleventh Ave. past. The nTfuiri was in ihe form of a complete sur-j prise I'm- the honoree. A boinitl-. lul dinner was served, buffet stylo j at noon, to forty.two quests. • Tons,, present: j Mi'., j.. an.I r. !\ I '.-„.(. I .1. s-- and ddldivli. Monti, fu I-.- I'.i'alrell, Kii.dii. « Ciii^uoil. nii.l cliitdren. I :!v 7.11.-.- rioiell .'.i 1 Ivkaf Hy.iil Howard l'lckerll'i 1.. \V. farmley Tiie regular meeting of the Owl plub was hilil Satnrdiiy eveninj:, at the ! nice 1,1' Mr. and Mrs. Simon .lor.r..-, Ki:;hth Ave. easl. The elee- tieti '.,f ol'fiei r.i was hold during the. forepart of the evening. Mr. MQC Hotl'man was elected president: Mr. Simon .loto-s, soeretnry- irpa-nirer and Mrs. Ross .Martin, repoj't'-r. Tlo- evi uitii; wa.-. spi 'tit playlni; eai 'i"-, tin pri'/os i;i'in;i to Mrs. Mac lloifMutn ami .Mrs. Hoss Martin. Luncheon was r-'-rved jit a bite hour. Tho KUests of the dull were Mr. and .Mrs. Hay Klmtli. The club >vill mo':t In ta'o weeks at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. .loy Morton. UOS Snoth l-'tiril stroot. ilri,. !!i "'iey Pi'i'd .ih- presaL -ll as he.1i r. t 1.lay. at a <-iilhlren'.. par­ ti at her home. 2'in l.levenih Ave., ei: h cnuipliue nting iier antall d: eirltlor on her first birthday. Halloo; s v .ife Riion each little itttest a ftuors. ami at five o'clock a hno -hi on was served hv the ho-t- es« e .-i -iiti'd by Mrs. A. M. Huff, •nieyer. 'i i'.' itiv iied uue-jts: l:n -.i '.i v.i.i :.i,.....i!iii.. i-.t Jiliii.'. .1 ' ill 1" ilvii A. IVarce I:-!•}' Ma lilill \ .I '.i .'ila N'll^ l.'n.>1 HilI'llnei'iT Ui.nai .1 l.ani; I'nul .M .nor Jloreaii ^ir. and Mrs. Krank l-'earl enter- tao-'ii .-'siiriiai wit'u ,-n informal fani.!;' iMnner at their home, tsil'i North Ashe street. The guests Inc 'ln 'od: Wichita and Mr. and .Mrs. L. P. Wikidal. ' The dinner party which was lo have been ri.en this e.enliiR at the r,:..pti:e hn ot. by the inombeis of Chapter Ik 1\ K. O. for the 11. I. !,.'» has been postponed until next Monday evening, Nov. 21. Mrs. H. llahn has returned from a six weeks' trip to Chlctifio* 111., and Kansas City, .Mo., and last eveiiiii", Mr. llahn entertained 11' Cinncr rl t'o llis'tiie, in her honor ?..r. ct d Mr.'. T. 11 akemnro. •• PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. Mrs. C. C. Kelly and daughter, Kllzabi'th, Mrs. (1. II. Monro of Kansas City, Mo. and Mr. \V, E. Klsslck spent the week end In Lamed, guests at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vromong. .;. Mr. and Mrs. Vv'aldemar Heath- cota left this morning to return to their home In San DIPRO , Calif, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Carr Taylor for several week.i. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Shldol and daughters nnd MIHS Ruth Anderson of Wichita motored here yesterday and spent the day with Mrs. Shidel's prandmother, Mrs. M. C. (all­ ien. Mr. anil Mrs. O. P. Galbrealh and sou, .limmie. arrived home today from a three weeks visit with Mrs. Onlbreath's plster, Mrs. It, S. Turner oT Fori Smith, Atk. Mrs. Joseph t'.orhaui of Pueblo, Colo, arrived this al'ternoon to be tli« miest. of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. (iut'ireafh. Mrs. Gorham Is Mrn. ttalbreath's sister. , Mr. and Mrs.. W. R. Amennan and Mr. and Mrs. James Omstot of Wichita were guests here yesterday of Mr. and -Mrs. J. L. Carmack. i-. .« <;• Mrs. n, II. Moore ot Kansas City, Mo. is spendinp: the week here with her mother, Mrs. Jane Klsslck of 520 Seventh Ave. west. -t* -v Mr. Jack Barnum of Topeka was a week end Ruest at. tho home of Senator I''. Dumunt Smith, 510 Ave. A easi.' -Mrs. it. A. Itlshel has returned from Kansas City, .Mo. where she spent the past week visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bateman spent the day yesterday In lninan visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Har- Kiss. Calvary United Brethren church will moot tomorrow afternoon at the church Instead ot Tftiirsday. the regular day. The M .ffiU society of the First Presbyterian church will meet Friday night at. the homo of Mrs. Marion Houston. 412 Kast ISth street assisted by Mrs. H. O. Davis. the dmy ?mm Marriage Licenses. William Hat til i a«ei'. 1';', and t'ullv Vtal. r, Putti ol 1 lav. II. Births. Mr. and Mrs. llert Hirst. Partridge, ami, Nov. y, porn at M-lttodlst hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Tlltery (.Sylvia I.Hl!i<int >. ParlililKC, (ion, Nov. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Pnrt- rlilKc, son. (let. an. Mr. and Mrs. L. I,. Collins or 514 KiKhth ave. west, a daughter, Nov. 15, Oraco hospital. Deeds, V. C. Maxwell to O. if. Whltiel, lots 45 40 bk 2 Bunkers add Hutchinson. tiny F. Perdcn- to' Lulu E. Taylor, SEH E-2»-6 $5.00. Same to William Hayes Jr., SEU S-SO-B $S,00. Same to Sarah Oennva Bane et al, NKV. l':-2 .1 -7 {6.00. Same to Utnirgc Hayes, Sl-^i 12-25-7 $5 ,110. Same to John E. Haves, N'E^i S-!ri-r. Ifi .iin. Same lo Maggie Hayes, SW'i y-25-R f." no. II. H. Taylor to (1 KM Pordew, lots '5 7 A T N 5 ft lot i bk 7 "Ulltehlnson tnv I'O 1st a ,uj Itutchlnsnn Slant. Mary Aila-r to I'hrislian Fliging*>r, Nl-'t L':t-^L'-y i.ii,;iio. Household Suggestions Before you put a sponge cako In lo bako sprinkle a little fine white sugar over the top. This makes the rich brown looking crust that ip so desirable. Put a bit of toasted bread Into the soup or gravy that Is too salty and in a few minutes it will have absorbed much of the excess. A delicious' way to serve cold roast pork is to slice the meat rather thin and arrange cm a platter lind pour over it two-thirds of a cup of French dressing to which finely chopped celery hearts and a chopped onion have been added. Let stand an hour or so before serving. MENUS MAJOR BROWN IN LUTHERAN PULPIT Addressed the Father & Son Services at Zion Church Last Night. Major W. li. Brown gavo the address last night at tho conciuulng Father and Son services ot the Zluii Lutheran chureh. He sitld li" Is much In favor of the Father and Son movement nnd Is glad Dial II la spreading In Kansas as It has this year. "This movement Is giving the fathers some ot the credit they deserve", heretofore 1 think they have been left out. Not meaning a 6light to tho mothers." said Major Brown, "but it is .good to lot the hoys know tho part that the fathers played In opening up this country nnd state." v Then In speaking of the father of today, Major Brown said: "I wouldn't havo any use for the father of today who tried to hring his ann up ns I was. Twenty five cents In my day would go u long ways and lot a hoy mix lu -tho best of society but today, every one knows how far that would go. If a boy wants to play cards, let him stay homo and play by the invlta* tion of his father, and If tho girl wants to dance, let her do so at homo where her mother is. This would work out much better lu the end, than to forbid the young folks to do these things and have them sneaking? out to some one else's house, "Personally, I consider It Impossible to Impress duty on a boy's mind unless tho father Impresses his mind first with the Great Father ot all. Religious training at home must not bo forgotten." Preceding Major Brown's talk, Miss Lairlle Cost rend "The Son Thou Gavest Me", and Herbert Hoe sang a solo. Other numbers were violin solos by Darwin Elder and piano numbers by Miss Janet Elder. The scripture lessons were read by Edward Panning, B. C. Almquist and Rev. A. J. Bell. A Striking Costume TOURI8T8 HAD STOLEN CAR IN INDIANA. ('has. D. Casner and a rrmn named I-iiska, who were arrested Sator. day for investigation, when they were camping at tho tourists park, wore found to have stolon the. Ford touring car which they were driving- A telegram received from Warsaw. Intl., states that the car was taken from Chas IX Casner at Gary, lnd. The authorities here believe tho man giving the nnme ot thus. I). Casner was using an assumed name. Sl^-s. is and .Al..-tl.,ni"S - tv I'.:u!. IJt-lrtiit. Miili- f'la I. -nr.' I.ail t '.en".;(. Sua '.' '.' 10.Olio 1'eall Mi."-'." 1 loiot'.y t'. art t'Ynrl lit:. F. I'avl is |.'..-:i.l, I a-tiolt. Mi. h. •Mi. Ilia Jinn Fi a i l.k St nrl'pv .>:'H" Sio.'l.-y .li. Rev. and Mis. (I. W. ATtud entertained at a family dinner yesterday at their boms in Castleton. Those present were: Is. TI- H . kri .•ii.I n it. . Kli'a Spata s anil Licit. V - I!. I' |l»l!t.l.l nn.l son. I'liilli;. AV .'SK -is anil Mi s '..mi Forrest Aifeid, Prat I A.-ib, i- Allot.I anil ri .r.iil Jt.-stlnini i bliei'inan II. laili I-'l.i ,>iul. -S. V The monthly no. :ig of Hin Ct'\ r ?il« • .lion v. ill be held Friday n (he V. W, ('. A. parlor at the the V. M. C A. A Ui-i : ,. la I .- n''*o (i i .c :n »a ml of ihe reco- i i of Mr. Fnieison Carey of a el'ib ho'.so to the uot^'ii of Hutcliln. so»i. Chanter CM. P. 1 -1. O. will ini 'oi with Mis. Willis Kelly as hostess at her lioioe, IS11 North . o;> Hired, I'Vidtiy ittteriioon instead ot Mr/. J tj. Roberta as vaa announced. The. mecllng will fo lovy a one (i'c'oek luncheon. Mr. unci Mrs. .1. I>. Carmaek had ns their dinner guests lt:t;t evening til their luumi* 2.1 Tenth Ave .west. Mi 1 , and Mrs. W. H. Ainciniaii, Mr. uud Mrs. Jtuueti Omstol of TOMORROW'S EVENTS The members of the Qui Vive club will meet with Mrs. Jlay Streoler. Ill Sixth Ave. east. Mrs. N'.IWIOII Kensrhoidt will preside as hostess lo the members ot her bridge club at her home, 2IU Eas TTlli street. Mrs. Hal G. Bvarts, Mrs. C. G. Rumpel. Mrs. A. ft. Scheble and Mrs. K. K. Kentney will he hostesses for the regular bridge luncheon at the Country club. The regular meeting of the Hutchinson Woman's club will be held at the ICIks club house. The Teachers club will havo a social meeting and supper at the First Christian church. Mrs. W. N. Sldllnger will preside as hostC '-s at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge al her home, 312 Eighth Ave. west. The Ladies or the XI. C. T. will nnet with Mrs. J. M. Cowan us hostess at her home, 101 Twelfth Ave. wist wilii Mrs. John Doerk- son and .Mrs. A. B. Thlesson assisting. Mrs. I.ylla Clilpman will be hostess to the members of the Social Circle eluh at her home, 10ij South Ford street. CHURCH MEWS. T''o Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Ihe First .Methodist canto!] will mo-n tomorrow nftcr- roon at the home of Mrs. C. F. Biiiiie. 12S Kle.vonth Ave., we.i villi Mrs. A. A. Miller. Mrs. C. T. I'.re.nhear, Mrs. X. E. Ilirdler. Mrs. Churli s Hamilton, Mrs. M. K. Corn- idi. Mrs V.'. FnlUenrich, and Mrs. ••Men Pearson assisting. .Mrs. II. 1,. Cloialer ulll give a re-or: or the Inarch meeting oeld "In Un- coln, Nibr., recently. Mrs. U. (1. Mac'-ennnti. of the Fr.t Pro'byterian church, will be boMi 'Ss for tho Calendar party to bo bold in I ho church pa'tlora Thursday nirht. Shn will be ass veil by lur four "\vo"ks" who are. Mis. A . C. HiK '.glaml, Mrs. (> o-ur IVieron. Mrs. ,•'. llc-tlin ,' :• ami .Mrs. II. B. Summers. The ({:..•••!! F.slh 'T il.llil ni the Flint l'ni:.-d Brethren .•hurf-.i >>•. : ineoi tonior.ow arteinuon at the home of Mrs, W. M. I'earce, ITld FiiSt Ave. eu:.t. The l.adlea Aid of tho Culvary United Brethren church will meet tonior.ow afternoon at 2:11 o'clock al tho church for work. The Ladies Aid society of the Breakfast—Grapefruit, scrambled eggs with rice, toasted bran muffins, milk, coffee. Luncheon—Baked cheese, cabbage salad, bread ami butter, filled cookies, milk, tea. Dinner—Tomato bouillon, creamed chicken on toast, twice baked potatoes, creamed onions, orange salud. sponge cake, milk, coffee. There are always bits of chicken left after a chicken dinner. The neck, backbone and wings yield delicious tiil-blts; but. are seldom popular on the table. Pick the meat carefully from tho bones, removing skin and gristle and simply reheat It In the cream sauce. Too much cooking makes chicken stringy and tasteless. Broke Up the Came ' A gambling game which was going on in the north end of the city was broken up the city police about 5 o'clock Sunday morning. Geo. A. Smith. Hastings, N'ebr.. apparently in charge of the game, was arrested, with five others. Moves to Garden Oity. Fred Blbby, who has been engaged In business In Hutchinson for the past year ha9 moved back to his former home, Garden City and has become partner In the auction business of Holmes & Kibby there. A striking combination of plaid and plain material Is the secret of this costume's success. The front is absolutely plain. The plaid ma. terlal is blue with overchecks of gray chenille. The plain portion Is, blue satin. The hat Is most inter-' estlng, with its wide chin strap and studied plainness. RECEIVED AD BY WIRELESS The New* Received One from Chicago by Radio From Calumet Company. Sending advertising by radio Is the latest means ot getting advertising to the newspapers In the shortest possible time. KiBewhcre In tonight's News appears an ad broadcasted Saturday night from tho Calumet Baking Powder Co.'s broadcasting station in Chicago which many heard and which was picked up by a merabor of the advertising staff of the News-Herald. This Is the first tlmo that an advertisement has been sent here in this manner, but no doubt in a short time this will be the way a good many ads will be sent out. In many cases thiB would be a »ery good way as an advertiser In the East, who wns desirous of getting nn advertisement in papera lu the Middle West, or any other section could send it through the air in much shorto r lime than by wire or mall. Found Kirk Car In Sand Hills The Hudson coach owned by A. E. Kirk of the Hutchinson Motor Co. which was stolen from his home last Monday evening, while Mr. Kirk was eating supper, was found in the sandhills six miles south east of Hutchinson yesterday. The car had not been hurt. The thelves who are believed 1 to have been Joyriders, evidently became frightened because of their act. and left the car out there Instead of driving it back to the city. I Ladies I Frosty Days are J On the way— <t> And you will 1 Need Hi-Shoes •| Patent Leather Black Suede p Black Kid •i' Brown Kid % Best Quality Made f Hicrh Heel | $1.95, $1.00 HAFMSTItaNSSCO. Food sale and bazaar lo be held by tho ladies of the Irwin Memorial church In the old Commercial National bank bldg., Saturday, Nov. 22, corner Main and Sherman. 14-3t charge of the funeral services ot a friend, Frank Wilson, this afternoon. Steroptlcon Lecture. A steropican lecture illustrating the songs, "1 Gave My "Life for Thee," nnd "America," was given by Hev. F. F. Walters, at the Christian church last night. For Disturbing Peace Edward Heed. 5,17 South Madison was arrested yesterday for being drunk and disturbing the peace. Court' at Newton I W. G. Fairchild, judge of the (lis-1 trict court, went to Newton today j to continue his court sessions. | Have U. DRY CLEAN Press and repair your Suits, Furs, Dresses and Heavier clothing our better way. Use the phone or parcel post. ModelTaundLry DRY CLEANERS rf -nwtat Srmri WsMr asAsvStSi PHONE 44 I WEAR-EVER Demonstration Tuesday* s Schedule Lodge News I : .::tron Night. The annual past, matron nl^ht will be held tomorrow at the regular mcetin? of the Order of the Kastern Slitr in the Masonic Temple. The 24 members of the organization will be on the floor during the entire program and will havo complete charge. Martin Hnaejand. worthy patron will be In a. tendance nnd Mrs. F.dward Crocker, worthy matron, will preside. Sold Haven Building. G. I). Merrilt has sold the old frame Building south of the air- doine, at Haven, to B. U. Raymond. Mr. ltaymond will toar It down and move It to his farm near Castleton and use it for farm buildings. Presented a Pageant. .S "Out of Darkness Into Light," aj -jEs pageant was presented by 20 mem- I as hers ot the women's home mission- S= ary society, of the United Presby-1=: Preparation or a whole meal in the Wear-Ever terlan church last evening. Mrs. w. ,= Double Roaster on one c Davidson directed the perform- j— L/ouDie i\oasier on one ancc |E= burner. THREE SIZES Reg. at Special Small size . .$4 -90 $3.95 Med. size ... 6.00 4 .95 Large size .. 6.50 -5.95 Other roasters at $1 to $6.50 USE CALUMET Greatest BAKING POWDER Sales two and one-half times those of any other brand. (Tune in on WQJ at 448 meters and enjoy the entertainments being broadcast from the Calumet Baking Powder Company's station, Rainbow Gardens, Chicago.) Had Largs Attendance. The bible school ot the First Christian church registered 72? attendance yesterday morning. Three new members were taken into thej church and two young ladles were baptised last night. To Conduct Funeral. Jlev. G. A. Wlmmer of the First Avcr.ue Baptist church was called this morning to Ellsworth, to take Parcnt-Teachera. A l'arent-Teachers association has been organized at Partridge. M. G. Oshorne is president, Will Love, vice president; Mrs. Frankiej Hemphill, secretary and Tracy Bi.'-niinger. treasurer. To r&emphis Convention. C. tl. Hitchcock has gone to Memphis. Twin., to attend the annual mectlm: of Ihe south central division of the National Chamber of Commerce. In Our SHOE SALE This Arch-Suppof t Oxford Accepts Pastorate. Rev. J. M. Sole, of Dlgltton, has jnccoptod a call to the pastorate of the Christian church at lUurton, anil he began his duties there yesterday. To National Meeting, I.loyd Lewis of Lewis Cleaners, left this morning for St. Louis to intend tho national convention of tiie CleanuKs and Dyers Association. Had Good Pear Crop. Paul Himtigenbcrg, near Hudson, produced over b'.- 'i ci' ; this year and sold about 4!IU bushel* | Wednesday-Suburban Day p FRY PAN S= Regular Price |1 $2.25, = Special at | $1.95 • 1. C. O'OONNELL, HARDWARE ( == Phone 3250 Fourth and Main == ifiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw Solid Gold Genuine Stone Rings $3 .00 to $5.00 Special $1.50 Suburban Day Only See them in our Window The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY FOll 34 YEA Its Henry Zinn Jno. P. Blrchfleld T HESH crisp, golden brown squares have chat delicious, nut-like flavor derived from using the finest oraham flour specially ground between burratonei. rrocera sell packages or by the pound. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY MO . tit. tAT,art. REHI T0U& UOt FLW OR ST0BE THEOttf

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