The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on September 9, 1918 · Page 5
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Monday, September 9, 1918
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MBS, ILL: A wedding o[ much interest to f many people here was that which occurred yesterday &Nr/rnooh at Enid, Oklahoma, when Miss Opal Reic- ford and Mr. 1*0 Weyler, -both of this City, were united'In marriage by llev. J. u tteleford, bfdlhef.6f the bride. The bMdo wore a^" beautiful dress of white net over ,ch ataSeuSe and her going away suit ^a' of-blur serge. The young people le!t lihftie- dlately after the eorcnioily for Oklahoma City and Kansas City, Missouri, and upon their return will be at home to their mends at 612 Seventh arc uue east utter October 1. . <S> <5> *5> Miss Dorothy Oldham will give n dancing party tonight at her home on Avenue A eaBl tor Miss Helen Hnrvcy of Sioux Oily, la. The Invited guests are: Miss Helen Harvey, Miss Marjorio Darnell, Miss ~MarJorlo Keys, Miss Myrtle Keys, MIBB Ulollo Cost, Miss Winifred Leonard, Miss Hastel Work of Ellsworth, Miss Marjories Scales, Miss Meda VanZandt, Miss Wllma VanZandt, Mies awenil \V. Hinderman, Miss Lurlssa Chaff In, Miss Esther Wolcolt and Miss lidna Farley. ® 3> • i Mrs. IJ, K. Ramsey of Avenue E east VVIIS Very happily suriirlscd Inst evening when members of her family and relatives brought a bountiful dinner Villi tlioih and helped nor to celebrate her, birthday anniversary. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. \V. V. Ramsey, Miss Helen Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Rex-Rn'maoy and fan .lly, .Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ramsey and family, 'Mr. and Mrs. A. ,1. n'upplmd family of Haven and Mr. and Mrs. 1). J. Lai'UIn and family. The I), or l\ Thimble Club will meet at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. A. Jennings,. 800 Chemical Ave. north. The club will begin Its regular meetings which have been discontinued during the summer months. Ail of the members arc requested to be present as plans for thp winter work will fce made. The club expects to do lied Cross work. <5> :•• Mr. and Mi's. Charles E. Carey and son, CharleM Carey, Jr., left this morning for Chicago. Mr. Carey will remain there Tor a few days on business and will return home. Mrs. Carey and Charles Jr. will go on to New York anil Jersey City wtrero she will visit for several weeks. <i> <S> * Several Intimate friends gave a dinner party last night at the Ulsonte for Mr, Burr Smith who leaves this weiit for iManhatUn where he. will attend college this winter. The guests wort: Mr. 'Burr Smith, Mr. Hamilton Itlggs, Mr. Daniel Phillips, Mr. John Ballaid. Mr. Harold Zimmerman, Air, Curtis MoKlnney, Mr, Donald Smith and Mr. William Carey. <*•<?• 3"Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Hoggatl entertained at a seven o'clock dinner Sat- tirdrfy evening for Mr. Earl Hoggaft, Who.left yesterday for Raker university at Baldwin. Covers were laid- for Miss Uladys Rogers, Miss Florlhe Qrlssom, Mr. Frank Haynes Biid'flir. Earl Hoggatt. <t 4> <t> Mrs, Howard Scott left last evening for Denver,.Colorado,'Salt Lake CRy, ndaho, and many other Western coast cities in the Interests of P. E. O. or­ ganisation, Mrs. iStott is national organizer of P. E. O. chapters. , Mr. and Mrs. James Rush, Miss Edith Stophenaon.-Mr. Melford 8le- pfiehson, Mr. • "Julius Abbott,' JHus Irene Abbott and Miss Corlilbe Ab\ bott motored to Pretty Prnlrlo yesterday and spent the day. * «• <!> ' 1 Mr. .7. \V. ^hltaker of Colorado Springs Is here visiting with. • his daughter, Miss lx>la Whllaker, will leave today to VIBII with his daughter, MrR. Robert Sankey nt Wichita, <5> <5> * .Mrs, Tom Boylan and little son, Eugene, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, who have been visiting with her sister, Mrs.-Rex Payne, and. Mr.yPayne, returned to their home yestefrduj. «• •?> <i> < , !\IISB Oracc Rurdick returned: thla morning from Camp Funstoti where she has been visiting'.lier brothor,;Dov. Id P. BurdJck, who expects to leave soon for an eastern romp, ! * •• •"- •'" ;' • Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Phillips and children of Marlon are hero visiting With' Mrs. Philips' parents, Mr.: and •Mrs.'C: W. Boone. i «$• $ ' / Miss l^eona Scott, city secretary ol the Y, \y. C. A. organisations. In' this district returned to her home IniDoii- ver yesterday, >• •' :' «• * * : •}:;'• ' : \ Mrs. Ray Rankin and little daughter, Betty Jean, returned yesterday, from a week's visit with Mrs. Carl Burgess at Lamed. Mrs. C. C. Price and son Billy, who have been here vuutng with br, and Mr*, .ft B. TedMck, returned to Ft, tlliey today, where her husband is stationed there. <*• Q 4> Mrs. 3. H. Hehshaw has returned from a two months' visit with her mother, Mrs. Emma Studebaker, in Colorado, *$> ^ Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Payne ahd Mrs. A. IJ- Carter spent yesterday In Arlington visiting Mrs. Payne's mother, Mrs. Mary Kelly, <s> <f> ^ , Miss Luclle Harttnan left yesterday for Manhattan where she will resume her studies again this year at K. S. A. C. * * ^ iMlss Pauline Reveletto leaves today for Wichita, whore sfie will attend tho Mt. Carmel Academy this winter. <8> <3> <8> Mr. Kenneth Delaney leaves today" for Wichita, where he will attend the Falriuouni College for military training. * • * Mrs. B. B. Hurtwan and her sister, Mrs, Cunningham, of Wichita, vtcta here yesterday visiting frletids. * * • \ Miss Lydla Ruth has returned from a three, weeks' trip at tJenvfer, Colorado, and also at Grand Junction, Good School Work • • ...» Depends on perfect vision. A very large proportion of school' children- have imperfect viuion. ' My • expert examination will find the cause dhd. my perfect-,, fitting: filasses will rest the eyes and give the desired relief. H. S. ZINN The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. No. 9 North Main St. Henry Zinn Jno. Blrchfleld Colorado, where she visited with her brother, * * > t Mrs. C. A. Wendlltig and Mrs. R. E. Duncan of Langdon were guests Saturday of Mrs. U R. Ralston. MISB Alice Bolin left yesterday for Winfleld where she will attend Southwestern college this winter. Miss Gladys Petersen left yesterday for Manhattan where she Is to attend college this Winter. • * Mr. Paul Boggff of Arkansas Clly is here visiting his aunt, Mrs. Chloo Elslmluger. 4> * ^> Miss Eunice Bognrt has returned Riverside Park TONIGHT - Bobby Barker Musical Comedy Company for one more week in latest musical tabs. Dancing Tonight Park Pavillion Old Settler's Picnic Tomorrow PEARL Today and Tomorrow Triangle Presents J. Barney Sherry "The -in- ARGUMENT" A ' Tremendous Story ,.With a Great Moral-Lesson. ALSO • • TJIE MISSING PRINCE . The 2nd Episode -of "Hands Up" Coming Wed. and Thurs. Douglas Fairbanks —in— "American Aristocracy" Peaches Plums Peaches, per bushel $3.50 Plums, per crate.. $2.50 1 doz. Big Chief Tablets 45c 1,1 gallon can Peaches 75c Order Your Plums and , Peaches Now Phone 232 Glenwood Grocery IDTC AUSeatsr IKlO Always DC TODAY Marie Walcamp, —IN— "HELL LET LOOSE" 14th opisode of "The Uon'a claws." Lee Kolmor in "IT CANT ee PONE". Nestor comedy •y CURRENT EVENTS Shoving official war new*, Tomorrow RUTH CLIFFORQ in "MIDNIGHT MAONE88' This Bluebird photoplay hi« the distinction of Jiuvln* \ieon wrllt«n and produced by tho men who wrote e,nd pro- duxed "The Kafrer, The Vowt of Berlin," the photoplay aeneatlon of 101S . All who e»w Kuport Julian as "The Kal*«r" know that he elands in the front rank ea a producer of great picturou. Thla play ehowf the Intimate working; of a bl# city police deRWJtment.- tUaJjldden catacoiobi of at) old mlailon and Ihc conutant logical &£• l|on of thla clean, Hlrrnl« phqito^rama will aaliefy you conipl««Jjr , from a trip At Chicago and other eastern points. Mias bctly Corrfgim leaves this afternoon for Wichita where nhe will attend Mt. Carmel Acndetny. * * * Mrs. M. E. Downey and children re­ lumed last pvenlng from visiting relatives lit St, John. Miss Bessie" Huffman spent yesterday nt , Nlckerson visiting with friends. 1 * * * .Miss Helen Haherhas come form El- Dorado to enter high school here this year. 4> $ IMIRB Mary .liine Tortcr spent the week-end with relatives at Peabody. 4* Miss Oerirude Thompson of Liberal is here visiting with friends. DR. ATKINSON Chiropractic Physician 20V4 North Main. 7-ti* Dancers. Clas:> lessons In ballroom dances every Friday night. 7:30 to 9. Social danee from S to 12. Woodman Hall. Holaday's 3 piece orchestra. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1455. 7-tf A NX A MCDONNEIJJ. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7. every Sal-! urday Httrrnoon will tench children's ballroom and rancy dances. Phone 145.".. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNEMJ. A New Scheme. Washington, Sept. 3—The Kansas City Printing Ink Company of Kansas City, Mo., was ordered today by the federal trade commlssinn to stop the practice of giving to employes of their customers, prospective customers of competitors, gratuities ot II- nuors. cigars, entertainment and money with a view to Influencing the purchase of supplies, DE LUXE THEATRE TODAY and TUESDAY ttCKFORD I 'Amarilfyof&olhesMeAllef ' By Belle KManiates Scenario try Rtmoes £\Sifiar\ , Direc to d by AWehall Neilaa She's a wouderful girl ! She's a wonderful actress ! Whether you come to see "America's Sweetheart" or whether you come to thrill at her marvelous histrionic powers',-we know you'll ccnie. -Monday and Tuesday, but come early to ayoid the crowds ! COMEDY DELUXE MARIE DRESSLER in Cross Red Nurse Wednesday and Thursday, Wallace Reid in Believe Me Xantlppe. Next Friday and Saturday, The Biggest Show on Earth. rDET for a telephone call; a lovely photo- rKLli — graph of lovelier OLIVE THOMAS. Flrat: Cut this out. Second: Go to the Uiluiihone—call the manager of the picture tnuatro you go lo. Third: Soy thU to him: "Hello. This Is one of your palrun.s. I want to su« 'Tho Mayor of Filbert,' tho exciting Wet vs. Dry fight picture. Will you try to got It while it'u new and everybody Is talking about it? "Thank you—Good-byo/' addroHa and what he said (a post Fourth: Mail us his name, card will do), Fifth: Sign your name and address—and Sixth: You'll get the photograph, Notei "The Mayor of Filbert" is too iniir«dlnte and too Important lo wait for usual motion picture routine. If you know it hiun who's a hu.s(h?r, uml wantH to malco a big,, quick profit for some hurd.-Xu^t work—tell him to write us. Of course, ho must be responsible and atand well la tho community.' Ho ought to'huva or bu ', ., able tu gut enough capital to carry tno bualntwiM for a month. Address TRIANGLE FILM CORPORATION Room 803—1457 Broadway, New York Cwntr North M«IA M bMri itrttt I Sawyer's | I Special | I September | I Sale of I | Spring I ^Garments | I Now on I • Silk Skirts at $ g Half Price. | fi Prlnclpiilly plaids nnd B g atrlpos but IIUTO'H n few 5l1 3 bl.ickB nnd solid colored In- UC G eluded, nlsn n fow whllp wayli tj~ C Hllku anil siillns. Dnth llKlit jh S i* and dark ci>lnr.t inrludod In LC (ItlH oHHorlm'-'nt. iiinonR tlirm y. Homo of Hie protllt'st silk sn |. coals wc have had this year— jjj t Skirts formerly $6.95 for if* 3 »3.48 L£ 1 Skirts formerly $8.?5 for u; s ••• 9 C Skirts formerly $9.95 for 31 3 $4.07 LC J Skirts formerly $11.98 for IC 5 $5.99 g] £ Skirts formerly $15.00 for 3 $7.50 3 Skirts formerly $19.75 for 1 $9.88 3 AH Gingham House 3 Dresses Reduced i • EvDry rim? Glti/;li.'it" Hunur J Ort^ss in our store Included. 1 Stripes, plaids anil solid col- !j ors, In great vnrloly In all . sizes rrom 14 lo 40. Tho re- 1 ductions range from 10 to -5 <i per rent. Kortner prleeN from r $^.50 to JU.95. One lot $1.5(1 J percale House Ureases (in f _ 1 small sizes only) reduced lo "C - USc. i Medium Weight 1 Spring Wool Coats S ] at Half Price. J Ideal coals for motoring j_ 1 ami street wear, Rood styles, 3TI 5 Rood materials, well made. LC J Many or them exactly half TV 1 spriim prices, olhei-R re- tjl !j diiced from 2a in 30 per cent, L*^ ] White Voile and Or- S i gandy Waists at Half S • We are now closing out our \J2 J cnllre remuining stock ol W 1 fine while voile and oiKandie ifi " waists, formerly $'1XM lo LC i $li.'J5 each at exactly hall ffl j former prices. All sizes In • from Hi! to Iti In the assort- tC • mem and most of them in |#» J good condllion exeepliiiK JTJ 3 needing presslni;—now $1.25 "fj , to $3.18. gJ j Capes and Sweaters ifi j at Half Price pp J All silk and wool Capes of ~J j every kind, all sle«veless "fl • swenlers and sleeveless Coals LC J at fixuclly h-ilf roruier prices, ffl | Also all »llk Coals, Silk Stills. In j spring wool Suils and all Q> ! -v.-hlt(! wash col Ion SkirtH at S I half price. Also all remain- 31 I ing while and colored voile UI ' dresses al half and much Q« 1 besides. No approvals. I And Much Ucsidt 'K ^ ; No Goods on i£ j Approval tfi j 0. F. Sawyer Dry liooils Co. ^ i Ifilfiiil tfilfiW LHUiLTi UTiLfiLTi ROYAL Today—Tomorrow FRIEDMAN ENTERPRISE, Inc. PRESENTS Six Gripping parts Vibrant With Action STARRING • MAE MURRY Supported By H«*»rt Bwworth A THRILLING STORY OF EARLY MORMON DAYS Written By PAUL WEST Directed 0/ ROBERT LEONARD COMING SOON"THE GEEZER OF BERLIN" •**••• runny7 J should isy so Full Line of Hats and Caps Save Middle Man's Profit by Uuylng From 4 South Main Phone 1011 m WANT AO WAY

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