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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1924 THE HUTCWTNSON NEWS: BUSINESS MEN WENT TO SCHOOL ONCE MORE TODAY Chamber of Commerce Had Luncheon at Lincoln School, VISITED BUILDING Children Put on Demonstrn- , tiont and Supt. HcfHefing. er, of Newton, Spoke. T)io Chamber of Commerce had a dollghtful meeting nuil Aplcmllil talk and an inspiring environment •t tha weekly luochaon today. About 100 mcmberB gathered I" tho auditorium of the new Lincoln acliool and nfter the box luncheons had been Riven prompt attention, the program went ahead under the direction of W. Y. Morgan. First tho school children presented n series ot class exhibition.* Illustrating tho objectives of tho put'- ,11c school. Tho children took much Interest In their part and •howed tho careful training of the teaohers and also tho full undcr- RtniMling by the 'little folks of the subjects whirl) they considered. The business »ntl professional men lu tho audience gave them enthusiastic applause, and no doubt many an "older man" learned something for his own benefit from the drill and tho recitation ot tho children of tho Lincoln school. Heard Inspiring Address. Superintendent John Heffelf linger rt Newton then talked on some ot tho relations between tha schools .and the community, lie took up Hi" (sometimes repeated phrase that the schools of today cost too much and proved very satisfactorily to bis audience that, the money spent money in tho tax budget anil that, tt on the schools today Is the bent Khnnld bo Increased rather than diminished. He also impressed his bearers with (ho difference between the conditions of generations 'ago and tho present. Tho school now must do much of the work which the children former!;/ loarnod from father and •mother. Perhaps this statement may not suit but it Is a fnct nevertheless. ' "The schools of today," said Mr. Heffclf.'biger. "are doing the best work I bat schools ever did and nre ,ne.tiiR constantly called on to do more, work on account of the In- RAILROAD TIME TABLE 2>o, SANTA FE Westbound Trnln» Art ive.-i •Tlin Scovit **»:UT» pin Calif. Limited .. :t:;t'» pm Coin, Kxpi'^s . r -:-0 pin lCxpti^yg . ;'.:5l! pm Tlif NHVIIJO .,... 1:45,1111 Cnlo. F:i«t Mall.. - :i^> sun Loi-'dl J 4:3^ pni •Local* I'ass. (Kx Sun.) I';i.«»t?ii(ccr ...... S:3Q am H v t S 1'nas. (.South) Enstbound Trains Arrivi-a •Tho Ntivajo . t'alif. UmlU'il •Chicago lix. Sunt a Fe *'&'* Tht* .Scnnt ... •K. C. Flyer.. l.oral I'iis-i. Pufsemior ... I .dOill I'UHS li. y. Pa** PAGE 5-EVElV. creasing complexity In our social organization." then Vl.lted Building. After the regular meeting the members of thu Chamber of Commerce spent an hour visiting tho school rooms and getting at first hand Bomo knowledge of tho work of tho school. There is no school In Hutchinson which |s doing bettor work than Lincoln. Now that tho children have a proper environment much moro can be expected to come from the large and growing school. OUT OUR WAY Gym Class to Give Exhibition Drill The Hresec college gymnasium class will put on an exhibition tomorrow afternoon In tho Y. M. C. A. gym nt 3:30 o'cloik for tho general public. Tho exhibition will consist ot marching, and descriptions of callsthenic drills Including the vniious types of activity and sports. The first movement will comprise adoration, swaying of the trees by the wind, movement of chopping, tho movument of sawing, bowling, throwing a football, throwing hand grenades, paddling a canoe and rowing a boat. The conclusion of the movements will be a -110 yard dash to the hath house. In tho second group mass and Broup .Rnri .es will be played, apparatus work displayed, group wrestling Stunts witb a pyramid display formed by the leaders In the class. S. H. 'Cronin, physical director of the Y. M. C. A. is the director ot tha class. DEATHS km FlIXERAlS Mr*. Nancy Conghnour. Mrs. Nancy S. Conghenour, widow of F. E. Conghenour, living a; 1010 Elevonth avenue cast died this morning at 10:30 o'clock at tho ago ot 74 years. The funeral arrangements will be announced later. .Mrs. Conghenour was born -May a, ISiiO lu Wood county \. est Vn. She came to Kansas In 1S7S and was married to Mr. Cougbenour at Newton on March 23, 1S87. To this union were born three children, Miss Mary Coughenour, Air.?. Edna M. Bttsey and Franklin K. Coughenour, who survive alto a daughter by a pre,Ions marriage, Miss Daisy \V. Wells. She was converted when n girl of 17 years and United with the Baptist church. Sho was a kind and loving mother «nd was loved and respected by all who knew her. Or.o of i. family of eleven children sho lias three brothers who survive hur, W. T. Hannon, 13. R. Ilanneu and L. JI. Hannen, all ot West Virginia. STOCK SHOW IS THE BIGGEST YET MELD Poparts 7'.u*» tmi a:s:, pn; f.:;»u pip pin -trf.t! air. 3:li" mi. 4-;:t> pm :i:lil air i 'J-.On inn I U;tli an Di. parls .12:1', inn lll'.fcu pm .. -:3"i pin -:'.!<> pir . ,I1::I5 urn 11 no am ..11 :l'il pin 31::ju pm .. S:.Vi am H.Hi'i nm ..l"-.:::> nin U':tu am ,.l-:ir, pm l-l'U pm ..10:11) pm lli'VO pn-. .. inn cic. sua. n:-t» pm A. L. Spomler. secretary of the Kansas State Fair returned this looming front attending the meeting Ot the stnto board .at Topekn. and also looking In on tlie American Huyul live.s.toc'.:' »how at Kansas City. "Thu show Is the biggest ever held at Kansas City," said Mr. Snonster. "There Is a splendid exhibition of tine livn stock." _ , JSt*li .\.it*4£ *\OMEWT?5 WED LIKTL1D VK/E OfER- j) COLLEGE TEAMS BATTLE TODAY IN HUTCHINSON The Salt City Took on Atmosphere of • College Town. iCROWDSOF ROOTERS 'Nearly 1,000 From Sterling Here for the Game this Afternoon with McPherion. CONVICT FARMER OF HAYING STILL Minimum Sentence is One Year in Jail for Langdon Township Man. HEADS BRICK SALE FOR GIRL SCOUTS Uocs not carry pas-sensors. ROCK ISLAND. Enstbound. -Ciolil.?ti Statu Limited. -Oaliiei-iiJ.-iii -Luc-it I'assr-iiBor Westbound -Clnlden Stnto Limited —Ctillfornlun —Local Panscngiir ..... -Ixtcul 1'rtngIU 1 Sll M Sll—Local Freight 1-HS pm No. 4134111- •C.IS- No, <H- 414- M1SSOURI PACIFIC. Westbound. •Pnsflengcr •V'aMfltinyer -Local l-'relfjit ..... £astuound. -Passoagpr ......... • fasscnui-'i' -Local FreiKlit .... ARKANSAS VALLEY INTERURBAN l.fuvo I arrive t .t'UVO Local ... li:L''l am l.ncul ... 7:4;, am j Limited . li:-0 am I I^nal ...luul) am Liiniied..lt:4^ aiii f Lm-al ... 1 -.U6 Din j / Limited.. aiL'U pin I Local .. y: l J> pm Blllard Potoet wan sentenced this afternoon by Justice of Peace R. P. B. Wilson to Bervs 12 months in Jail and WRS fined $100 as a result ot his conviction on Ihe charges of having a etIII and also ninsh tor tho manufacture of intoxicating ll'iuor. Dlllard Poteet, a forfner living near Lerado, was convicted on tae counts of bavinK a still for the manufacture ot intoxicating liquor and for having mash to be used m making liquor, when be was tried In JtiBtico of Peace It. It. I'. Wilson's court before a Jury yesterday afternoon. The trial continued until late last night. The evidence which was presented showed that the still and the raw products used in the manufacture of liquor wore discovered by neighbors after the Poteet Darn burned down. Sheriff .less Langford was called and his Investigation showed the nature of the business which liutl been done. The still was alt found intact but the copper coll througn which the liquor goes while being cooled had boon straightened out. Cilice tho coil was the same size an ihe opening In the bottom of the lank lu which the ninsh was cook- • :d, it showed that the still had been used. The minimum sentence is one year ifi jail. A MAN AND WIFE PINNED UNDER CAR Rescued By An Oil Man On the Highway Near Little i River. Wade Douglass of tha Youker & t'.ouglass Drilling Co., rescued a man and his wife, who were pinned underueufh their Ford touring car about one mile south ot Little River about 4 o'clock yesterday evening. When Mr. Dottgltuss first approached the car which was upside down In the center ot the road, he did not realize thero was anyone caught underneath the car. Uut when he enmo closer he saw a 10 year old girl standing by tho car with a scured expression ou her face. Mr. Douglass stopped and asked the girl what was the matter hut she was too frightened to talk. She pointed under the car and he found thnt her parents were pinned under the car. She had been thrown clear of the car when It upset. Mr. Douglass immediately lifted up the car enough to allow tho two people to crawl out from under. Then he helped to turn thu car right side up, and they were able to drive on. Mr. Douglass did not learn the names ot the people who were fortunate enough to escape without Injury. ]>!!»(rts ... 1:0; pm ,.. 11:12 |itn ..lu:05 am "» cir Local Local _.. Limited .11:'" nil'. Local .. .12-4J pm Limited . 1:llj bill " :2I1 bin :ls pin ;ifj pin Local . Limited ..... | Local . Limited.. 4:i'cpm ( Limited . (Jil.s inn Local ... t»:ir» pm : Local ... 7:;f,'» bin Local ... U:"a pm Local ... N'40 |,ni Limited.. 7:&u bin j Limited . '.':f,'>iur Local ... U:4i |im UK-UI . ..11 ::,.s jmi Local ...U:4l>pm : Local ... 1:1,0am All iralim are lially Tiains and arc tlirouiih trains liouyeon Itntoiunson mid Wichita, and all trains make direct connections at Van Arsdale ror "Newton. Kan. MKS. JfW8 rtOSKNWALD fiLc.f c. :.! ... i.. It vt'invald. pi (i'..:i ::clit ! C;:M ' • in Chicago civic »i:d :.ncl::I affair.'', will direci the efforts of Illinois, Indiana. Michigan and Wisconsin In the (Ilrl Scout nation wide building and budget campaign fur $501,- (I2S which will he launched in a few week:;, it was announced to-day by .Mr.". Herbert Vlomcr, president of the organi.'.atliui. "Buy n brick for American Cllrl- hood" is the mcssago tho tlirl Scouts will carry to every corner of tho country. The bricks will cost ten dollars each, anil there will he M,10:i for sale. LOCAL PHYSICIANS TO MEETING AT LYONS Tho lUce county medical association will bold a meeting tomorrow afteriuiou In Lyons. Dr. H. L. Scales of Hutchinson will give a :alk ou "Sinus Infections," with autein slides explaining his luc- , are. Other physicians who will attend ;ho meeting from here are.:.Drs. V. Cai'bart, O, A. (.'bickering, Charles McKeowii, A. G. Ileal and ('. L. MitKlltrlck. Guild to Meet Tho ladies guild of I lie Trinity Methodist church will meet tomorrow afternoon -at the church at i.'iO o'clock for special business. The second and third divisions will be hostesses. House . of slcd'have been elected" in Glasgow, Scotland. Murder by Auto. Montreal: Using his automobile as it murder weapon, Frank Darned is alleged to have deliberately driven the car onto the sidewalk, maiming his wife and killing a man with whom sho was walking Harned lir a cripple and wears an Iron on his leg. MISSIONARY FOLK IN DISTRICT RALLY Workers of Evangelical Church Here Today From Over the District. A largo delegation was present at the all day rally, held today in the First Evangelical church by members of tho women's home missionary society from Aiden, Offerle and Kast Hutchiuson, The ladles of the local society served lunch at 11:30 In the church dining room followed by a social hour. Talks were made by Mrs. P. F. I Hofer, of Offcrle; Mrs. K. M. Collins, ami Mrs. J. P. Ricks of this city. .Musical numbers were given by Mrs. L. K. Keffer. a vocal solo, and Mrs. L. H. Ilethorst. several piano numbers. The afternoon session concluded with a difieussion of the Red Bird missions by Mrs. M. J. Stelnmetr. and the Italian missions by Miss M. C. Cook. Songs led by Mrs. A. It. Ashley ctosell the day's meeting. Hutchinson took on the atmosphere of a college town today. This afternoon, at the Athb-tic park on North Moiiroe. two college football teams, from Sterling arid MclMtersou colleges, battled for supremacy. This morning the downtown merchants found their windows and sidewalks painted with slogans, such as "Watch Sterling Win" and "Sterling Wnnts the Bulldogs Meat." lij noon today the city was filled with college student* from Sterling and McPherson colleges. 1,000 From Sterling. Nearly 1,000 Sterling college students and boosters took part in the parade which started from convention hall. The football fans were led by the Hutchinson Municipal band. The streets of the business district resounded with the college yells which were given during the parade. Tho McPherson team was backed by several hundred rooters. Tha Lineup. The lineup for the two teams at the opening ot the game was as follows: StiTlmir POP. McPherson AVnlHlllitc; L. K. Kolzow Davis (c) L. T. K. Keim (irilw ny L. (.!. Morlue Kryo C. - Kurtz tlrcenle* IL 'I. KnowleH Itcrger It. T. s. K .Mm Whll« It. K. Fisher Tavhn- Q. c'l-uuibackcr r'aiv/t t L. II. 1 lalin (o) Smith It. 11. Sirlekler Stover K. 11. Harrison Headquarters at "Y" Thu McPherson football - squad made the Y. M. C. A. headquarters tor the day. The boys came In early this morning and spent the morning sight seeing around the city. Leslie Edmonds, sport editor of the Topeka Capital, and widely known as a football referee, was a visitor at. the gatuo this afternoon. E. C. Quigley, ot St. Mary's officiated as coach at the game. Qulg- ley referred Ihe Yale-Harvard games the past two years, and hi; will officiate again at tho approaching game In the Yale bowl when the Bulldogs and Harvard ineu' "Qulg" played on the Ilutchinsoi. baseball team lu the old ussociu tlon days. K. U. TEAM PRACTICES UNDER FLOOD LIGHTS. Lawrence, Kan., Nov. 1!).—-Playing under flood lights with footballs painted white, the University of Kansas football squad continued its practice until after dark las', night In preparation for tho Kan sas-Missourl gnmo Tlinnksfitring Day. Every man on the squad col Find Almanao 3000 Years Old. An Egyptian manuscript, on | papyrus, found en the niuimnv of I ; an Egyptian and now reposing in! mt " tl,e Practico yesterday. It sab: the British museum, is said to he t,mt s<>mu new ,iK ' es m: '- v bi< s, -' e » the oldest almanr.c. in existenc.?.! ln -tho »ne up when tho team take Tho days arc written in red ink and are followed by three characters supposedly desnrlfing the weather to be expected. It clearly establishes the reign of Hameses the Groat. the field at Columbia next week. Cream for Eskimos. Montreal: Ice cream will be Introduced to the Eskimos. Specially freighted ice cream is to be shipped into the far north country for the natives' consumption in the near future. All flavors.of cream will be included in the shipment. So great has become tho practice, if sending mall without sufficient postage attached that it is a serious problem for postal authorities to cope with. Cotton Used In Making Films. Tho leading film manufacturing plant in tho United States makes about 150,000 miles of celluloid film for the motion picture industry annually, or about G",000,000 !eet per month. Into this goes 5,000.000 pounds of cotton per year and about 150 tons of pure silver. Geo. Eastman first succeeded in making celluloid photographic film in ISti'.l. Mandery Out of Game. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. HI. Ke Mandery,' right end orthe Univc: iiy of Nebraska football team, wi: was Injured In the Nebraska-Nut. Dame game at South Bond, la:: last Saturday, will bo unable play in the game against the Kan sns Aggies next Saturday, [n nut!; ing the announcement Couch Daw son said Mandery probably will In out of the game the rest ot tlr season. to Tearney to Retire. Chicago, Nov. HI.—A. H. Teainc president of the Three I Leagu announced to club owners at ti: annual meeting today that he wan;: resign at the expiration of his term next February. From an Interpretation of ti passage in the Koran, Moslems arc forbidden to have sbndes over their eyes; TtiT S'our lions in laylnu trim no-.?. tr.chtCo I'l.tittrj" Iicit-u-i.-e-!i in (heir union eu-o a *Uy; '.li?a >wi their eninl-,1 ICKI v'.M'.in tu.-n ro I. t'-re then l-cirin lu hoy I round. Listen to tho uonu cad eacU!..'. l':ui-a-ce-u toi:^^ ay the, dormant t-: ; orjrnr.s;— .i\rr* i t'.ic ?..•:<] the V ..V. 'l'l:i:t'i: \.:-.C 'i J y. .f'.ri-. 1:' Pan-a-ce--. iloer.i't -L \.!:.i.. 'v.-e si.'J (or your lu'ni, ii.-ta.-i t.h-.» fcral'ty br.<:i:ai:u to yojr i-i-al?.- ur.d y-:t yoav li;e: ey liael:. Tor LLc—Uflo Bv. IL'is I.ouao Clttur. For Roup—- UEC Dr. Hen* Itouo llemcily. At AU Dealcra hi Potdtri/ Supplies). CR.KESS PC'JiVstY ti £i M- If You Heed Help You will appreciate our Prompt Service and Dependable Work H'JTCHINSON LAUNDRY" A. H. Tuttle. Prop. Paris merchants are displaying manikins cut from thin slabs of wood instead of tho'expensive, wax affairs. Hindus to Travel by Zeppelin. Owing to the success ot ihe Shenandoah, and tho Will, the giant rigid airships owned by Ihe United States, the India government is preparing to put several j Micky Walker Matched airships larger 1 than these into j Milwaukee. Wis., Nov. 111.— operation to annihilate distances 1 Mickey Walker. welterweight la tho Hindu empire. II. is expect- j ehutnpiim of the world, war­ ed they will be built soon, each one matched today to box .loci; Malont. to be twice as large as tho Shenan-iof St. Paul here December S. tloah. j I A Tacky Party. F.mpKiymeut In manufacturing in-! The members ot the. C. H. G duajtrles increased 2.1 per cent In! class of the Hailley Memorial September. -church will be entertained tomor- • ! row with it tacky party at the Folding scissors lo fit in the I home, of Mrs. Williams, HOT Ave. pocket have been invented. lc. east. Tallies and Place Cards Wiih New, Novel Features There are "fashions" in table docoralions as wvll an in otlitM' things and the lady who is lnterestod In tho ni'wost will bo deli shied with our now line of tallicti and place cards. Especially desirable arc those for the full and winter parties. NEW SILHOUETTE TALLIES— A wide range ot these new style tallies in wide rango of attractive colorings. High color designs especially suitable for fall and winter partes. 27 ,c and Dec to 60c tloz. BOXED TALLIES —Four very pretty designs In the silhouette and cut out patterns. Obtainable for two. three and four tahlps. Box of S tallies, 25c; box ot 12 tallies, ,10c; box ot 1.6 tollies, 115c. TOURNAMENT BRIDGE TALLIES— Double fold tallica evolved on the every player your partner Iden—tor two, three and four tables. For 2 tables, 7oc; for 8 tables, Hoc: for l tables, $1.00. MATCH MAKER TALLIES— Theso aro for two tables »nd Include eight dlftorent tnllles, which when put together duplicato a large picture Included to be given as a prize. Four numbers included—The Country Club, the Fairway, the Bridge Fight, the Dansnnt. Price Jl.00. PLACE CARDS —New selection In the place cards with Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations. 25c doz. and up. BOOBY PRIZES —Clever line of booby pri7 .es. boxed ready to give. Included is hook entitled "What You Know About Bridge," "How to Play Bridge." Gilo. -Slate with pencil and eraser—very VOGUE BRIDGE SLATE- tlecorated designs. 80c, VOGUE TABLE NUMBERS— fiOe to J1.0U. SET OF SCORE PADS— Score pads for table numbers for four to six tables. 75c to $1.00. PLAYING CARDS— Single packs, 3.V75c; double packs, $1.50. fr STATIONERY SECTION STA'I IUNHKV SLCTIi.iN «*1 /""VVWXWIV LEE BRAND COFFEE IS Iftchcr in ^afoK What you really want in Coffee Ask for LEE BRAND COFFEE THE GUIDE TO HIGH OKADE FOOPS AI YOUR. OROCER.'S Read the Classified Ads ii\ The News-Herald,

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