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rAfll? TEN. —4 HE HUTCHINSON NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, WW . Call Telephone No. 4400 and aak for Society. (Items for this dopiirlimmt must bo In by 10:00 a. m.) WISE AND OTHERWISE By Mrs. \V. Y. Morpan. Nazarene Church Holding Revival those who havo signed the membership llsi will be prlvlleilgcd to hoar Ihe Wichita Rifted artist. A mn:--l. delightful program on French and Polish composers was presented hist eveninR at the regular iiu'^tinc of Ihe Hutchinson Music club ill. Ihe borne of Mrs. W. tt. Yerkes, 1020 Sixth Avonuo east. Chorus prnctice was held durlnR tne forepart of the evening. Roll call was answered with current even hi. Mrs. C. O. Mnmmell was'leader for the evening, and read a paper on the lives nnd works of the followini: I'omi'osers, Gounod. Le«- chetlzky, Chamlnado, Moszkowskl. Massenet, and Chopin. The musical numbers which were Riven. Illustrated the work of a few of these men. Miss Kella Saunders played a piano number, "Gondollera" by Moszkowslsl, and Mrs. T. E. Foster also played a MoBzkowskl number, "Air de Ballet." The next selection was by Chamlnado and was a vocal solo by Mrs. J. A. Myers. She also sans "*21epy" by Massenet with Mrs. Harold Branino playitiK the violin ohligato accompanied by Mrs. Bland King. Two violin solo3 were played by Mrs. Branlne. "Meditation" from "Thais" by Massenet and a selection from "Faust" by Gounod. The Initiation of new members wns postponed until the next meeting. Guests of the club were Mrs. 11 The wedding of Miss Marlon Me- Artliin, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. I MiAiiliur of 'i'opulia, and Mr. lirs- Kiip* H', i;on of Mr, and Mrs. .1. M. Wyman "f this city was sol- emti;>.e.l, Sunday aft-rnonn at four oc.och at Ihe (,'entral ('onpre^a' liunnl churcli In Tupr-mi. Hev. ,l»lin Weils Kaliill road Ihe marriage The church wus decorated with ferns, palms and tall Japanese vases filled with hiiKo yellow chrysanthemums. .Mrs. Karl Matcher d Ihe weddinK inarches and T» a Wild KfiSi:" liming the rere- iiuiiiy. ilias Katherlne Lombar. jinhni.t, played "At Dawning" pr»' • uinK (he service. 'Die bride's wedding pown was of white velvet, banded wtlh wlilte fur. made on straight Hues and v.iih cap sleeves. With it she, was a lou^ veil of Armenian lace fas- ii'Diil to tins hair with oninge bios- Minis, Hi.r wndilinr; bouquet was j a shower of vellow roses and valley liili-,. Miss McArthur's only attendant was Mrs. .Max Wyman, of Hutcbin: mi, who was the matron ot honor, Mrs. Wyman wore a trock ot yellow crepe, trimmed with hands ot unique gold lace. Her hat was iniuh- of the same material, and i -he rurr'.ril a banket of yellow rbsua unci iini '.-ipoms. Mr, Wyman had as his best man his liro;her, Mr. Max Wyman, ot Iluti hlii.-on. and Ihe ushers were Mr. Nie'niaii i'.none, of Dudse City. Mr. Tnl McKeever and Mr. Paul I H ,,,,„. .... --• ! H ook of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. • "• u ™uly of Yates Center. Mrs. ner at their home on Sherman east complimenting their sister Ms. Paul Rowman, of Deadwood, South Dakota. ... .i. Mrs. George I'. Lynch will entertain the members of her bridge club at her home .20-1 Sixth Avenue west, tomorrow afternoon. :i. ^, The Women's Relief Corps will hold the regular November social mee'lng nt the Odd Fellows Hall, Friday afternoon." Mrs. Wyman attended Washburn college, Topeka, where she n popular member of 7,eta Tau Alpha and I'hl Delta Delta. She le the pri sldi'nt of tlie Zeta Tau Alpha :ilumn:ie association. Mr. Wyimm is a graduate ot the Wash- hiuii i .-iM- school, a member of the i'hl Helta Tbeta and Phi -Alpha ; 'citu fraternitii 'S. and is employed ' ; tV»- offico of thy United Stales 'MS' iv.; attorney. An intormai reception was held ' Hi" McArthur home following ,..e !•(•:'inony. :,tr, and Mrs. Me- iiliur were assisted in receiving V i p :,!.-:s i,y Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. • >:-i. n and Mr. and Mrs. Max Wyn this G. A. Samuelson. Mrs. J. J. Brownlee, Mrs. W. 11. Snylor, Mrs. II. T. Hertz. Mrs. L. P. Yust, Mrs. H. M. Stewart, Mrs. W. II. Burnett. <t PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. <?> * Mrs. C. E. Warnock and Miss Vera Warnock returned this morning from Kansas City they were the guests of their (laughter and sisler, Mrs. Vincent Cooper and Mr, Cooper. * <•> Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Fry of this city and Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Grimes of Little River have returned from a week's visit In Kansas City, Mo., with relatives nnd friends. * <•> * Mrs. H. H. Cook ot Kansas City, Mo., who has been visiting -her daughter, Mrs. Hnrold Brai.ine and Mr. Branino for two weeks, returned to her home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cox of Minneapolis, Minn., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Babbitt, 310 East 13th street. * Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brady ot Center are the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. E. Foster, 223 East The members ot the S. B. A. c'lun I 16lh street. * A gathered last evening at the home of Mrs. W. E. Doyle. 604 Seventh Ave., west. The evening was spent with games and contests, the prizes going to Mrs. Pearl Flora and Mrs. Bert Bowen. Muster Harry Ed McMullen played a piano solo and little Mi9s Virginia Doyle gave a reading- Luncheon was served at a late hour. The cucsts of the club were Mrs. Wll- Mam Bland of Wichita and Mrs. May Tom. The club will meet in Mrs. Robert Knibletan of Leaven-! *"V'' ",;',7 ,\'"" _ _ , . rmiins and Mis! Barto^n fhlffiib ™ ^ "« lii-'s .lane l.annan and Miss Alice • oil preside In the dining room, tie tea table will he decorated • itli a br.';e's cuke was surround•i with a wreath of smilax and yel- » iir.s.iutliemums. .'.i. V., man and his bride are in : i - .i::o en [heir h.-ineyinoiin and ii be at home on their r-'.urn at "'li Fillmore street, Topeka. • Having ]ust made a cross country drive I take my pen in hand to jot down a few suggesllons for bettor road service and traffic as- Islance. My suggestions nre to the stale legislature. Nothing on earth is qulto so easy as making suggestions to a slate, legislature—and here Is mine: No signs nt cross ronils except road signs, I recall one cross road on this recent trip where I wan compelled to rend a dozen •Irrovelant notices before I could find the road Information I needed. Most of the signs were devoted to the recent election. Candidates for sheriff being Ihe chief offenders. And also.a candidate for probate Judge seemed to have a hankering for cross road notices. As If was In a strange county to me, It was a bit trying to get myself till hot up nbout the sheriffs nnd probate judges past campaign; when what I wanted to know, Was whether I went south or east at that point, | The next legislature should pans a law that, only road signs can be placed at a cross road. The next suggestion I make to the legislature Is that they do something to the 'road hog' who Is still abroad In the land. My observation ot legislatures has been that they have always stood rendy to do things to the hog, and they have done wonders for many species, now If they will devote a little of their attention to the road variety it will salve the feelings of this column considerably. My next suggestion Is, to create a new office. 1 know they will hate this suggestion, for all legislative bodies shy on creating new offices. But this one noedn't ttke much money. It will take a little energy and some nerve. It la for a voad overBeer—whose business It would be to see that the .present road overseers do their work, when it should lie done. Not wben It suits their convenience. Some wise person has said, 'there is a time for all things', that being true there must be a time for dragging the roads. A law to. have a new officer make the old officer do what he should, when he should, Is my suggestion to the legislature. These are not very high brow laws I am clamoring for—but T leave It to the cross country drivers of the state—if they aren't sensible suggestions. , The Nazavino revival In malting gnnd headway under the leadership of Rev. ,1. R. KrliiR of Montana. The crowds are very large. The chorus of seventy-five voices Is a great feature of the-moetlng. The. evaiiRellst spoke last night on. "Jesus,!!!! the uttermost Savior." "Jesus was Holy," he declared. This- cannot he snld of any other religious lender. Ho was blnmeleas. There was no sin on his life. Jesus is able to save the lowest type of sinners. Jerry MeCnuley of New York, who was considered the low. est criminal of the city wns saved and started a mission work, that him resulted In hundreds being brought to Christ. When McCnu ley died, tbore was a procession two miles long. "Jesus Is able to save the back slider. As Illustrations take the characters of Jonah and Peter. Jesus is able to save from nil sin, both/Actual and original. BICYCLE HIKE BY SHERMAN HIQH GIRLS. Puipose Powder A NEW KIND Of EtCEPOWDER A T last the secret of blending toft, L smooth ereme—in a powder form —with exquisite face powder has been liscovered. This powder does three thing! that no other powder does: | This powderized creme doea * not clog the pores, but in« stead protects them. 2 Puts a soft cushion between * the tender skin and the de• structive wind and dust. -» Stays on until you remove it and actually improves skin texture. Get Golden Peacock Cold Cream'd Faco Powder today at any drug or department store. Or send 2c stamp for renerous sample. Paris Toilet Com* jany, 81* Poplar St., Paris, Tenn. il The Sherman O. A. A. bicycle hike which was scheduled for tonight lyis been postponed until later, because of the many school activities this week in 'keeping with National Education week. MIBS Veola Enns, physical director is the faculty advisor of the association. Word in Style 1$ Combination of Colon Vamp It Short. Tot hi Round. Ttn Dollars. Patent • jijagi With C Rutt Calf Quarttr. t * SIMMS** **<IMI 8 tt 11 »••••«>••• A WOMAN POLLED THE MOST VOTES, Concordia, Kan., Nov. 18. —The official returns of Cloud county reveal that a woman candidate polled the most votes. As Democratic candidate for county clerk, Miss Myrtle Poteraon receired a majority ot 3,023 o»er her Republican opponent, despite the fact that the county went Republican CHURCH NEWS. Mrs. Snyder's class of the Calvary United Brethren church gave a fruit shower lleaney Jr.,- last evening. Little Charles is confined to his hed suffering from a bruise received In the gymnasium tain the ladies of the New Century club with a one o'clock luncheon at her home, 306 East 13th etreet. The members ot the Domestic to C "lltt?e" CharYes' S( ' lence club will gather at the to lime Charles, home ()[ Mrg K[Ue BrookS| 9M North Walnut street. The regular meeting of the S. P. U. G. club will be held with Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Carr presided as hostess yesterday afternoon to the members of her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at the Rorabaugh- Wiley Tea Room and bridge at her home, 545 Avenue A east. Miss Margaret Haas of Lakeworlh, Fla., won the prize for high score. The guests of the club Included Mrs. j Harry Young and Mrs. Harry FeaH. The regular meeting of Ihe Moth- ! Miss Haas will entertain the club s eliib <ins held yi sterday after'; | n two weeks at the home ot her in i'at III" home ot Mrs. <>. R i sister. Mrs. Stewart Simmons, in •:-».'!is. 122 Sixth Avenue fast ' Cloverdale. Mr.- Frank Crll.iday. Mrs. Al r; T .e I and Mrs. C. O. Hitchcock The meeting opened with current • • ... tullowel by a short busI- •,-s v .;eeiin£. A report was made i '" the \ ery u^r'tiil and appreciated it !":i' lust week by the ladles !••" I'M. New Century club to the Day Niir-.TV. '1'in; K i[t included .'i.inii 'Kerchiefs, IS sheets, »H pillow ' se< luT tuwelp ami 2i> caps. Five • i" maintenance iflemberships have •en taken out In the club. The mniiee is used to buy clothing for i lie eMidre-i at tlie liay Nursery. Mr-\ Kmmet Ilutlon, chairman of 'lie i ;'e ,':ram committee presented ihe yar book for the year, which ,irt' most attractive. The first num- ei .-i 'in the program yesterday was a Mical solo bv Mrs. Trlpler Child wh "B Mrs. S. M. Babbitt and Mrs. T. .1. Main entertained the members of their bridge club and their husbands last evening at the Bah- bin home, 310 East 13th sreot. The evening was devoted to cards, and at a iut« hour, a buffet supper wns served. Prizes went to Mrs. T. B. Foster and Mr \V. J. Scholl. Guests of the club were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cox of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brady, of Yales Center, Mr. and Mrs. George Hausam, old son of Mr. a"d Mrs/Vh^ S« ^'^"VaV " ^ U ° me ' Hcanry at SOT B west and a sill- i'Vnel w.n „n ( =. f », n ,1c, r ,r *K„ eK .,n„. % i Mrs. I.. B, black will entertain dent ot the Sherman school. thB hdles „, the Merry Matron „ Have Us The Lois Parker auxiliary of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the First Methodist church will be held tomorrow afternoon at the homo ot Mrs. G. A. Samuelson, 904 Ave. with Mrs. R. H. Snyder and Mrs. C. O. Warren as assisting hostesses. Mrs. Perry White will present the lesson and Mrs. Earl Gardner, will tell of the Topeka Branch meeting at Lincoln, Neb., which she attended. Th The home, of Mrs. W. N. Sidllng- er, S2S"i East Sherman street was the scene of a smart one o'clock luncheon today, when she entertained a few friends. The guests were served at quartet tables, each 'aim. "Deep in tho Night" and , of which was centered wlh a crys- bday." j ta! basket of ponsles and sweet Miss Mane Stead will entertain the Woman's Guild of tho Grace Episcopal church Thursday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock at her home, 221 Tenth Avenue west. club at Tier country home. Mrs. Mlrt McMullen will preside as hostess to the members ot the l-iensington club at her home, 220 East Campbell street. The members of the Double Six club will meet with Mrs. Jack Mason as hostess at her home. 412 Fifth Ave. west. Mrs. J. D. Conard will entertain her bridge club at her home, US Eleventh Ave. east. Mrs. C. W. Hall will entertain with a one o'clock luncheon and bridge at the Itorabaugh-Wlley Tea Room. Mrs. W. G. Brown will entertain the members of the Columbine club at her home, 318 North Maple street. DRY CLEAN Press and repair your Suits, Furs, Dresses and Heavier clothing our better way. Use the phone or parcel pott. Model Taiutdry MOT CLEANER* PHONE 44 Suburban Day 1 Lot Velvet Hats $5.00 1 Lot Brown Silk Hose $1.00 letal nnd ' biffon Ho: $1.25 Gun Metal nnd Blnck Chiffon Hose Htts and Fun Remodeled ANN BURKE HAT AND HOSIERY SHOPPE With Cain A Campbell •ootary ('h nnper for the day waa pre-, peas, yellow and pink sweep pens nti-d l,\ Mrs. K, (.'. Aspey on tlie | were used in the other rooms. The »iiVJ(.t't of "Old Fashioned afternoon was spent playing bridge i. n." Miss Jennnie Colladay. | There were thirty-six guests. who aicQiiiunninl lor Mrs. Child, i-iBVfd two .MacDowell piano solos. Fmni rn 1 it il in it Lodge" and "To a V.'iM p.!*-:e'' anil i:raciou.-ly ri'Hioud. fit to iin .-nt'or" wiiii "Melody" by i!iirr •:. At five o'clock, tea was served in ihe (lining room. A silver ba»- : :M of yellow chrysanthemums cen- icr-d ihe tea table over which Mrs. K. I.. Teed jir* ,li ld r, fl. In t i weeks, Mr> l-'ran\ llii»;ile will nr^.-ide ;>s , ^ hosi.-s at her home. 2"th Nninth ' n ( ' r dance at ihe llorulmugh-Wiley Avi ntic ea.-it assisted by Mrs. K. A. Tea Room will bo held Tuesday Uo.-'-,:riiiis ami Mrs F. .1. Ilahrr- evening. Nov. 25. The Tea Room korn. '"'HI be decorated for the occasion • • j and there will lie music for dnnc- The temporary board of the Wo- In* throughout the evening. Reser- inaii's Civil Center club will act as • vations are being made for dinner /Tlie members of the Kill Kare Girls ciub enjoyed a supper ineet- iii.e lasl evening at Ihe homo of ..Miss Winifred Manning with Mrs. Mae Cole as the assisting hostess. Following the serving of tho supper, the guests spent the evening informally. The hostesses in three weeks will be announced later. The annual Thanksgiving din- The members of the Semper Fidells club will meet with Mrs. H. N. Payne as hostess at her home, 110 Ave. A east. Miss Cora Saucke will entertain the members of her bridge club at her home, ' 105 North Maple street. Tho members of the Polka Dot cluh will gather at the home of Mrs. Frank Young, 731 Sixth Ave. east. Mrs. George 1'. Lynch will entertain the members ot her bridge club at her kome, 204 Sixth Ave. east. The active and associate members of the Apollo club will meet at the Jenkins and Son Music store. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Searcey will entertain the members ot the Bowknot club at their home, 627 Seventh Ave. east. The regular meeting of the Westside Social club will he held with a luncheon nt the home of Mrs. !•* B. Payne, 820 Seventh Ave. west assisted by Mrs. Clarence Slade and Mrs. B. E. Giles. Chapter BL, P. E. O. will meet with Mrs. Irl Hempstid, S12 North Washington street. Mrs. li. J. Hettinger will enter- St. Elliabeth Charity Bazaar, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21-22, Fancy work and food sale. Dinner and supper both days. Opportunity for Christmas shoppera to buy home-made things at reasonable pricee. Children'j clothes a specialty. 14 West Sherman. 16-3t C. T. Taylor, postmaster at Arlington, was a visitor at the local postoftice yesterday. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING MADE EASY Do It Now Get that new pair of glasses you have been proroisins; yourself for a long time, so you can really sea the beautiful things offered for Christ* mas presents. H. 8. ZINN, Optometriat The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. The Houte of Quality. Htnry Zinn Jno. P. Blrehf laid Frank Suttle Grocery and Market NO last 4th Phons *>* Any Slit Ordtr Dalivtrtd 3 Cant Tomatoes 25o S Cant Pumpkin 1 25c 2 Cant Van Campa Kldnty Btant 26e No. 10 Puyallup Blk. Berrlat 80s Large Can Van Camp tpln teh S Pkga. Macaroni 3 Lbs. Popeorn .. Shlnolt Sat .' Good •rooma .... Jtllo, pkg a Lbi. Rtltlnt .. 1 Lb. pkg. Ptpptr Quart Jar Ollvta 22o 25c ..25c ..20e ..390 ..Ote ..25c 25e Small Smoked Hams, whtla Lb." ,..-.1Ta 10 Lbs. Lsrd .....81.88 Balling Matt, lb. ...lOt Pork Haarta, lb..,.....,»r.10t Ntek Btnet, lb. ...08t S Lba. Llvtr tta Ptney Veal flout, lb. ...12'/gt High Qrtdt Olto, lb Mo 8 Lba Ontont ...ISo Calif. Engllih Walnuts, lb. 88s 8 Lbi. Turnips (Be 4 Lbs. Black Walnuts ...... Ma 50e|Large Bottlt Kttehup .»«.,.2»t Ltdltt' High Ortdt Silk Hoat, 88o Spaclal tttentlon glvtn to Phtnt Craters. FOLTZ PHARMACIES 3 STORES- AT YOUR SE.RVIC E. Give a Cold a Start of One Day and it will knock you out for a week or more. Why not pet the jump on that cold of yours with the help of / Our Cold Remedy- it aura la a wonder. Why, wa'havt peopla who moved away from hare ytara ago that atlll aand to ut for this aama Cold Ramtdy that hat always fixed them up quickly. You will be satisfied, too. We guarantee it. . 'A- D 'SA 4 ~ & MAIN Ja^T /o^ Liook for mo tomorrow night; I'll nave something interesting to say. Read the Classified Ads in The News-Herald. parties. Min. I.ncy H. Drown leaves toiluv i lo sjieml ilie winter at Corona, ; Cnlil.. wltli hi-i- son, Mr. Brown j and IIL-I- sister, Miss Harriot Tri-mli. shi- huii b«L'ii siiemlins the ai 'Vi -riil moil,lis with Mr. ami ' I.luyd Drown, I I <i-ti -h-(,!^ at ihe chill house all day Thursday from-ID o'clock in the itioniiir; unlil S o'clock in tlie eve,nine. Afier -S o'clock the inemlie'rH of \].f club will hold n meeting In l!n :r new club house. All throughout llie ilnj tlie members c;f die n•!..,! .nil-y board will be at tlie dull Ini'i: e lo show those hit ere-.! efi in;.Millie CurmlnE of a >>is dub to take! . jiOi -.-esslon of llie splendid gilt from ' The nieetiiij; of the Apollo club Mr. Kinersoti Carey. 'or tomorrow afternoon at Jenkin" Yesterday afternoon tlie tempo- and Son Music Store will be called rary board mot and canvassed the ; at Iwo o'clock insiead of two-thlr- preliminary work on membership.' ly o'clock :o give the. ladles an op- Fliie reports have been made by ; portunlty to attend the football mini} who attended tile meeting ' K»i»<'. lust Thursday. As KOOII HB the *• ; • ••• !iieiuber.shlp roll shows u member- Mrs. I'aul Itewnuin of Deadwood, •hip ot over 300 n meeting will be -S. II., came today fur u few days I 'iillcJ lo form tho permanent or- : vUit wlili her niolber, Mrs. .1. A. Ka:iizi.l!on, udopl a constitution ! I'onlro-i and her brother, Mr. J, and edict ii permanent board. It ( roniron and Mrs. Pmilron. wns dic.'duil that a dale on which llie charter niemuei 'Blilp books would In closed, possibly Deo. 15, would ie decided on the. couililK Thiirsilny evening, As a special Ireat Miss Kathleen KersiliiB of Wichita, Ciilve's pro te,;o will sins a group of sougs. All Mrs. C. W. Hall will entertain wlili an Informal hrldco luncheon tomorrow at one ottlock at the ItorabaiiKli Wiley Tea itoora, Mr. and Mrs. .lobu Fnnlron are ulertulnlng thla evening at a din- 50 Pairs WOMEN'S HI-SHOES Suburban Day si .00 1 Broken sizes In both high and low heelt. 14 N. MAIN . Hosiery Tooil Wear-Ever Demonstration ( and Sale Wednesday Special \ Fry Pant, Regular Price, j $2.25. Special $1.95. Utet for the Wear Ever Fry j Pan: Meat Pie Hot Cake* Frying Every Thing Layer Caket. Come in and get a Hot Cake. ; i ut uuburban Day We have Roatter* from" $1.00 to $0.50 We have Wear-Ever Aluminum Roatter* at Special Price t. Small tize Reg. $4.90; Special Price $3.95 Medium Size, Regular $6.00; Special Price $4.95 Large Size, Reg. $6.50; Special Prjce $5.95 Wear Ever Alumin* urn Bake Pan. Reg. Price, $1.75, Special Price, O'Connell's Specials For This Week Here is a list of specials at our store for this week only. "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Baking Pan 98c Thete make wonderful Chriatmai Gift*. No. 2 Pineapple .........23c Can No. 1\ Peaches in Syrup , T .-. .20c Can No. 2J Apricota in Syrup .. 20c Can Marshmallowa 25c Lb. Fancy New Datea, 2 Lba. for 25c Good Seedleaa Raiaina 10c Lb. Good Cooking Figa, 2 Lba. for.... ...25c 2$cPkg. 25c 09c Pkg. 25c Lb. 20c Lb. Pearl White Soap, 7 Bara 25c Nut Ola ...20c Lb. 15c Lb. 10c Lb. J. C. O'OONNELL, HARDWARE Phone 3250 Fourth and Main* O'CONNELL'S CASH GROCERY AND MARKET HUTCHINSON BRANDS OUR SPECIALTY Cash and Carry Grocers PHONE 894 14 East Sherman

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