The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 18, 1924 · Page 6
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November 18, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX. 4 • THE HUTCHIN-S'ON NEWS. MING DRIVE FOR MEMBERS FOR Y.M.C.A. The Goal is 500 Members (or Hutchinson Association, IS LAUNCHED TODAY FJghty-Seven Business Men on Teams in Behalf of j the "Y" Drive. KiKlity-Keven ltunliirss and pro- fcsglnnnl men of tin; city started out early this mornlne to work for tho 500 wciiilierHliip m>al act hy tlio y. M. C. A. in their drive tills Tho campaign opened at a rlln- tior meeting held last nielli at the association building. C H. Humphreys, prfsldont.nl the Y. M. C. A. gave a talk on the purpose of. the mucting, C. M. l.wliiiiUH on the goal aet and Hoy Johns, president of tho Sherninn Hl-V Miib oxplain- ed the'work of tho Hl-V organizations. Miss Jofiie Perkins, principal or the Ave. A school gave an address on tin; "Value of tile V. M. ('. A." unil Ben Wendt told what the Y. M. C. A. means lo the dormitory men. Other speakers were Miss l 'uuiine FalrchiM, public school instructor, " liay Stevens, Jlreesee college, Kred IJiirna, U. Moore, Krank Cos., Charles Colladay and \V. Y. Morgan. A meeting will lie held aRain this (ironing at 6:3f> o'clock In the V. M. C. A. to check up on the work of the. day. The men who have pledged their aid In the campaign are: 1.. K. WashT. II. K. WhiUiv, Alvln Wrlprhl, «'. It. IVrkps, Karl Vast, I.. I'. Vail, K. !•'. llullund. Juhn Jlurly, C. l.i. Kk-kcnbroilr, A. C. Jolin- eon. IVrrv Whllo. .1. II. KM.,:-. K. C. iMviilsuii. KP.MI llippb'. T. It. Hetr- tmin. n. .b^s -.ip. II. II. K.in.tUcr, O. U .NlllitiNon. Iliirolil McKlllliey. W. O. Uuintu,'. Cli.is. M. Iluvl.s. A. J. Crmc, A. It. It. U. Vjm /.limit. A. /<. Si-hrhlc, Witll-r lliMBliind. VliRll 1 till, ^'r!l^k <'n*l. licit Mlicbnp.r, K. Kiev. K. U. Ilaminonil. 1. K. Ucntifw. .lolm Fimtrnn, w. 1'. Klnk.-I, .[ 1'. Cilllllanil, Fre.l K'.i-ler. luv Morton, ''. H. HiiMiplin-yj.. rim* Coll.ul.iv, Jt. it. Stn-fu-r, Fernet .Mr-I.'amllr.ss, J. W, Ciuwiuin, W. y. MarKilli, A. It. Mur.n. .1. (.'. OMVniH'W. .I'thn Starr, VIII H. TliompHi,!!, v. M. Wiley. Jtl.-hanl Hull, \v. J. Ilcnrv, Geo. Hippie. Win. Ji. IliuiilHoii, C. "ll. Jcn- ',''"'!?• f- Ki "«- ' : - M - Workman. U M. Maytk-lil, II. K, Monro, O. Mc- Cracki 'o. Nml. I'- c.\ KusBCll, W. .V. Milllngcr. K. JI. Ktormum. .1. w. \amb'Vt 'iT. Pluyd Abbolt, T. CI. Arnieur. I{ C Dullard, K. K. ll.ilni. Ju.lit JJntmm, A. J. uc-rt Hcry, Win. Ulalr, T. K. Illuki'nioi'f-, Wattrr Hixbin. JJallur Ilrown, i.'iyil, lirmvn, Jyvvls Jlrown. c. i-, ltrlae», Kr.-il Uurtm Cluui Colby, .1. i.„„ nidi, f j„ 0 . I,,,.,, W. H. pryden, J. H. Avrk, Elmer TO.GIVE PAGEXN-TAT SHERMAN JUNIOR HIGH. PEOPLE ARE FOR SANTA FE YARDS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1924 Chamber of Commerce Pasted a Resolution—Mayer Jones Peels Assured. A jiuKaimt will be clven in general assembly Friday morning at tho Sherman junior hlRh school by 20 girls selected from all departments of the school. Tho pageant will illustrate the seven objectives of education and is under the din-c- tion of MIBB Lucy Iledrick. Tin; hoard of directors of the Chamber of Commerce at an afternoon session yesterday passed a resolution favoring the plan to en- courace 'he Santa Va road to build Its new oast, end yards. At a meeting hold last night at the Chamber nt Commerce rooms, called to ROI an expression of the people who'had previously signed a protest against tho grade elevation plan, thcro nus almost, a unanimous expression* for the plan to Slvo up tho track elevation and take up tho mnAcr of building the east yards. Nearly Unanimous, The real estate board has unanimously endorsed tho plan for the yards nnd there seems to be unanimity of opinion that it Is the befit thing to do. A committee of business men, on which J.. B. 1'egnes and Ed CoU son. along with others are to work is to call on the business men and pet their signatures' to the plan prnpost;d, which would mean that efforts will bo pushed ahead to gel the yards built and to give up for five years any plan tor track elevation. View of the Mayor. "The moves made so far show tho people of Hutchinson practically behind the plan to gel the new yards," Mayor YVRlter F. Jones said today. "1 feel assured that the Santa Fo road Is ready to do its part and to 'talk turkey' once the movement on foot among the people Is in shape. Jf ' we can go through with (he plans as startejj It should brine, the first of threo units of tho Santa Fe yards for llulchinson within a year." Has Many Employes. The Santa Fe rood has more than 350 employes in Hit till Inson now. The building of these yards would probably bring- other employes numbering more than 100 here, with their families, and it might possibly bring much other Santa Fe business here than now shown In Iho plans for the Improvements The work of building tire yards and a roundhouse and some shop build- | lugs would cost probably in excess | of fsoo.OOO and this Improvement ' would also call tor completing the double-track now ending at Burrton, on to Hutchinson. The Santa Fe has a (loublo track from Chicago to Uurrton nnd Trom Hulcr MSOII west to Kinsley there are two tracks, over two lines, so tho gap would likely he completed from the present end at Durrton to Hutch inson when these yard improvements are made. Class For Adults In Carpentry Work Another night class for adults will bo started tonight, at tho Senior high school. 'Jio course will he one In vocational carpentry. A. Ci Coleman lias been approved by the stale department as a teacher of Iho class. Only those who are directly interested In carpentry are eligible. The class Is held in the manual art« building of the senior high school. Suburban Day Specials in 16-Size, 17-Jewel, Gent's Watches Guaranteed Gold-Filled -Cases Regular $30 Value; Suburban Day, Only While They Last—$16.00 Each. Genuine OMAR Indestructible Pearls, a • ^jjp.. Positive Bargain, Value at T'- $5.85 the Stran. STROUD & BROWN 317 N. Main H. A. Stroud Glenn D. Brown Why Wouldn't it be a Dandy Plan Kor you ami the iindcrMgiiocl to have a mutual iimlcrslamling? You loll us that you want your clothes cleaned, repaired or pressed better than it lias ever been done before and we'll understand •what you mean—and do it. Our inelhod of presMii;; clothes is sanitary and wo absolutely guarantee unexcelled re- hllltS. PHONE 1335 /> - • Cleaners—Hatters—Pleaters—Dyers (Out of Town Customers Served by Parcel Post) Specially Planned for Tomorrow Only-Suburban Day- An Extraordinary Offering of Higher Priced PT A"NI^ ^ or t ' 1 ' s 0110 day's selling ^ ^ were made tlaj's ago, with the idea in mind to break all previous selling records for one day. Every item listed here is an exceptional value and well v/nrfh your time to ' COM PARF.! Cricket Sweaters $2.75 These always popular sweaters are in bright new colorings—well mads—all sizes.* Suburban ' Day only. Heavy Sweaters $4.50 Heavy rope stitched sweaters in cardinal, maroon, and navy. Specially priced for Subur- _ ban Day only. Undies Specially Priced $3.50 Silk "Teds" $2.69 They're simply adorable—dainty laces have been generously applied to enhance their beauty. At this price Suburban Day only. Cotton Crepe "Teds" 45c Generously cut—well made of excellent quality cotton crepes in dainty colors. Extra special Suburban Day only. Princess Slips *: Mercerized Finish -i $150 Value, $1.19. $1.25 Flannel Night Gowns Extra Special, 98c HOSIERY SALE " $1.50 Guaranteed Hose $1.39 Pure Japan silk—20 new shades;—they must give perfect satisfaction, otherwise return them to us and receive a new pair free. Spuntex Silk Hose Guaranteed Quality, Special 89c Closing Out Everwear Silk Hose Choice, Pair, 89c. ALL FURS AND PRICE CHOKERS PRICE Exquisitely Fur Trimmed Winter Coats Stunning Coats In All The Popular New Colors TT AT TJfTQ that can't be duplicated—styles, the new- V es t—materials, of surprisingly high quality —a specially selected group to gladden the hearts of women in search of good-looking new winter coats. Suede-like materials, sports, woolens, plain and handsomely fur-trimmed models. Complete range of sizes. A truly amazing collection. Suburban Day Only! Clever Winter Coats Carefully Selected Group $1 42.75 16 You'll certainly be delighted when you see these coats, They are mighty fine values at' this price and exemplify our determination to beat all previous selling records. They are the kind of coats that will keep yott warm and give you the most of fashion at this specially lowered price. Suburban Day Only Pretty Hats- S 2 This charming .little group of hats wifl certainly do its part'towards making this our greatest one-day's selling. Some were formerly three times this price. ^ Don't Forget the Sterling. McPherson Football Game Tomorrow Suburban Day Only .Cloth and Silk FROCKS $ 1 I/ 95 Regularly Priced to $18 Bengalitie, Crepe de Chine, Charmeuse, Canton. Serge and Twill of a much higher quality than this price indicates. The styles are all extremely new in clever straightline models. Evening. Everybody's Going!

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