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mammmmmmmmmmm. PAGE EIGHT. .THE HUTCHINSON NEWS.- WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1924 WISE AND OTHERWISE - Ily Mrs. W. Y. Morgan. A Luxurious Negligee Call Telephone No. 4400 and a3k for Society, I Items for ihls doimrtment must tic In by 10:00 a. m.) Tin' riilminatlrin of a hlKli school I nnd ro:n;in »• rum" Inst, r-wning at fcevrn lliirly oVlorl;, .wlirn .Miss Lett;i Juanltii Collins, b^citmc tho briilo i.f Mr. Cliirnm -i' II. Ilalnci ;ii thf honnj of lh"' bridf*!* purenu. Mr. and .Mrs. II. K. Collins, 100 Kl-hth Ave. wi-si. R.'v. C. II. I'llilllpa nffi-.-iaii'il. Tlin hrlrlo was powned In a crepe paiin roMinno in tho )i"\v noony hrown ulii.li \v;ts . i-l;ihor:tlely trlinntnil with fur ami I'mbroidory. 'I'llu date, Nov. IS was chosen as i It Ain't Conna Italn No Morn". lU'trnshmmils we;e .served at five o'clock. The club will moot in two wne.Us with Mrs. Will Floniff as hostrss at her home, 120 Twelfth Ave. east. It was the twenty-seventh wedding Rnnivei-.-aty of the groom's parent?, Mr and Mrs. .lolm llalnrs of Hi. vi n. Mr."and Mis. Il.iim:. will iiir;..' lb'ir homo on Mr. Haines fnrm near Haven, It. It. No. .1, and will be at home, to their friends otler .Nov. 25. Mrs. Haines is. a popular member nf the younger set and has lived In llelehinson since a sn.;tll ehlld. > lie i:i-.idii.it'>d I'l-tim rlie high sehoo! lien, in the i lass of IH'JO. For th" ptiM (our years she has been employed as bookkeeper and stenographer lor the Ralph Russell Grain eompany. Mr. liatues is a prominent fanner of near Haven and is well known In Hutchinson. He attended high slhool here, a member of tlie rlavs of J919. Later he attended school at the Kansas Agrl- euliiir.il college at Manhattan. The ladles or the First Christian church served a bountiful dinner Inst evening; to the members of the Teachers club of the city schools at. the church. There wo.ro 15U teachers present. Following the banquet, a short program was presented. Mifis Mae Do-.tjour, supervisor of music at the Liberty junior high school sang u ! | croup of sonc,s and Miss Heatrice Klrkmnn, music supervisor nt Sherman Junior high school lead the community singing. 1'rof. Sehwepler of the KansaH University, IjRwrence. who was to have heen the speaker for the evening was unable to be present. Su- erintendent .1. \V. (iowans made a very short address and announce- tnetns were given by Mr. A. H. King, president of the club. Later, tho teachers attended the dedlcntion services at the new Lincoln school building. .;. Miss Cora Deck, who Is leaving tomorrow evening to spend the winter in Los Angeles. Calif., with her sister. Mrs. G. H. Peterson and Mr. Peterson, was pleasantly surprised last evening by a number of members of the B. K. O. so.- ciety of (he Church of (he Brethren. Miss Tleck was presented with a gift in token of the appreciation j of (he work she Lad given the so,,.„ _.,,„. , h „.. I ciety. During (he evening games •w omens Hubs. »hat. tMi [ am] mu? , ( , K| , ro enjoyeil and „, ' l ' late hour refreshments were served to the following guests: The fact that Hutchinson club w .,R, t -i have had the inugnificent fill of a club house presented to tin in in- Mr. Kmerson Carey worked riaii't in!" the topic for discus- eion e.f die Woman's wlnb yesterday ai lb.,- meeting at 'be Elks club game. They will go on from there to Rrookflcld. Mo.. to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monro. « •.*> Mrs. Harry Hoke of Kansas City, Ho., is here visiting her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Edwin Scliall enronte to Russell where she will Join Mr. Holto and mnkp their home. Mr. nnd Mrs, Frank Jones of Newton wiH come this evening to be guests nt the Greon-Sehalt wedding tomorrow evening. s * ,j. Miss Mary Palmer of Pratt Is spending a few days here with Mrs. Lura Steward of 701 North Main street. <$> -4- >?• TOMORROW'S EVENTS have ,ic .'oiiipli.-hed nnil their was : .iiulted. liuriiiK the business part of (he inc. tin^ th" new jMt was the wiiole iop!i' *.f liiscti.-vioit and it was vol- • d to s< i;d a not'.' ot aidirreiation liini the cl:i!i lo Mr. Carey lor his .-;i. n.siiv. It was also voted to t .-. a i:iff (o th" new club. Tho K-.i'.chin^'Mi Woman's Civic Center i 'lib. t!ie u;,, ra ch.-iirr owm-'l by tl'e il;:;. 1'.-, in uuinbi-r. now le-iug lis- * .; at tic rinUiian Scicme church. r i,!c-e cit.irts are to be placed in tile IN < 'ub iiouse tomorrow- in time ror the opening of (he club house toil...: row . Kvery woman iiresent \ h .i hiil not :ilri ady sinned the n:-,::!:c:-r !:;p roll did so yesterday, Mrs. A. c. Welchon was the J-.-.e!'!- of ye.st'-rday';. program and in roduceij. Mrs. W. S. Kyrr wan c oke on "What is W'ortliwiiile in Club Work." In her talk she touch- f I on th-- broadening of life which club -work afforded and raised the WLIILIII out of tho drudgery of ho-.isewoik, also it made her better filt'd to tali; with her hits-hand Inti :!::•<•.i-iy of tlie arfairs of the day I e.r :• ^-..riii:,' (!te varied matters t e. -c-,!: •-•<! ..t. til" current event j I I-!. I. >'r;-- Leu is nrown discuss- | » '. w;i:-' iin' effef -t Woman's dub I 3 i-.ti ('it :••>•• ii^t} a:ni (obi how' the inc \n.:i of the Chautauqua ltad in fallowed iiy tiie nation wide .Me.-vrs una M...-.tl.ini.:.« •- 1'i.iek Jtt-own i ';::ol.'S Ifruwti A. 1>. I tec It M.-stlrtn-,...^— i. it. riiiiiL.-:, .M — J.'ssle nllli-lnnil ruive ntll-l.-incl ltutll i:il(i-l.-,n,l l!i ien Kerri-11 t'ltiei I. PHIZ i;lmlv.« Caldwell M .issers— i^.tu\nce tina^.>- Verul! foehrillie (Mis J-'lftiiini: ivnill Wilson 1 '. Itiert Heck llehbv l'.ntiinson 1 Mwm Ilei-k V • •".'•:;! for clubs for women. Henrietta Urii-g-Wall supple- led the last talk by telling how i f -.he member* of her bus.. e: ;•• -j. MHIS linn in Akron • r.'.-i 'i iVe in getting the • !i:><nun<iua )»•• •thus started , ; i:e Chautiuiqiiit, .N. Y., under eiii'ction of Hisiiop Vincent, t o i t '.iv r : nev.i week w:il bo ile- ,i to 1 loilies; ic Scil. .Ce topics. Of interest In Hutchlnsn is the announcement of tlie betrothal of Miss Peggy .lane Levens of Nevada, Mo., and Mr. Robert Steele of St. Louis. Mo. Miss Ivovens has chosen the date, December 6th for the wedding. Miss Levens attended National Park Somfciary at Washington, u. ('.. and Kansas University at Lawrence, wiiere she was a member of Pi Beta Phi. She has often been a guest here of Miss Virginia Olas- eock who ip now, Mrs. Cnrtmcl Waller of Hooker. Okla. Mr. Steele, who is associated with the Farm i and Home Loan association, it* a gradual" of the Cnlvt rsity of Missouri, wiiere he was affilated with the islgmu Nu fraternity. Mrs. Ray Sireeter presided as hostess yesterday afternoon to the members of (lie (Jul Vive club at her home. 411 .Sixth Ave. east. A short business meeting was held, fallowed by a short lesson period. ...rs, (.'. K. Olson read a paper on ' J he Illiteracy Crusade". At the close of the sociul hour, tea -was served in the dining room. Yellow and white chrysanthemums formed the centerpiece. In two weeks .the club will have a guest day at the home of Mrs. J. .1. Hrown- lee, 120 West lSth street with Mrs. Warren White assisting her. i, — $ ——4 -j, Mrs. Harry Barnes will entertain with an Informal bridge tea at her home, 614 Seventh Ave. west complimenting Mrs. Harry Fearl of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. O. E. Searl will preside as hostess to the members of the Past Noble Grands club nt her home, 421 Ave. A eaRt with Mrs. Victoria Biggs, Mrs. W. E. Long and Mrs. Rose. Rutherford assisting. Miss Marie Rowland will entertain her bridge club at her home, 542 Ave. A east. The first regular meeting of the Woman's Civic Center club will be held at the club house, 1)25 North Main street. The wedding of Miss Lucile Srhall and Mr. Ray Leon Green of Lyons will take place, at eight o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sr.hall of 211 Kast 13th street. The regular meeting of the Pythian Sisters club will be held, with Mrs. Mable Duby, 413 Ave. F P»st **th Mrs. Anna Ernest assisting. The members of the American Legion Auxiliary will gather nt the home of Mrs. Willard Welsh, 210 East 14th street. Mrs. Arthur Kingsley will entertain her bridge club at luncheon at the Rorabaugh-Vv'iley Tea Room and bridge at her home, 1313 North Walnut street. The members of the Daisy club will entertain their husbands with an apron and overall party at the A. O. U. W. hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hereford will entertain at dinner at their home, 118 Sixth Ave. east. "Ves'm she's a nice sort of n woman," Mrs. Dud Loftua said the other day when we were discuss- lug a young woman nbout. town— "She's nice 'nd nil thai, hut she has the terrible habit of heln' sorry.l for her self. Yes'iu I sed bein' sorry for herself. Certainly she's had some hlndrnnees to happiness—hut who hasn't. The trouble with her is, she enjoys tho hindrances more'n sho doe's the happiness. Sure, a lot of folks do Hint,—'lint she goes one better and feels sorry for her self. She honestly thinks nothln' should Interfere with her good time. Lots of us think (hat to ourselves,—but she thinks It out loud. Sho never has n speck or sympathy to waste on any body- else—for she uses It all on her o-w-n s-o-r-r-o-w-fl. The only thing that alls her sorrows Is—they aln't sorrows they're interferences. Some folks never know- tho difference until a honcst-to-goodnoss heart, ache novas tn Bight, —then they take a little time oft to realize what ungrateful humans they've beeij." sed to Bud, this mornln' at breakfast, that If he ever caught me a whinin' nbout nothln', 1 hoped ho' call mo to time, 'nd he sed, folks never whine about anything else but nothin's. He sed when somethln' sure 'nough happened— they wasn't no whlnni' Indulged in. After he'd finished Ills breakfast an' gone to the shop, I set at the table a thlnkiu' about what he sad. And he wus right. Whtners 're never hard hit. Folks that feel sorry them selves is whlnors, Feelln' sorry for your self—Is a sign ot to much attention directed Inwardly. U Is a. sign most always, that the person who does it, don't have enough to do, to fill up their time." "Yes lndeedy—a lot ot human, ailments Is brought on *by not enough to do. That's her (meaning the young womau under discussion) ailment. If she iad to face the. world proper—liito a lot of women I know—she'd be cured of bein' sorry for herself. She'd learn to overlook the little walla she now enjoys so much. She'd soon learn that feelin' sorry for her self —reduced her capacity for accomplishing any thing. It's the biggest barrier 1 know, 'nd It's more than that—It's a bore to them that have to listen. The first time I listened to her wnil tereated yawny A very luxurious negligee Is tills one ot orchid brocade edged in marlbou and lined with delicate blue chiffon that fastens on the side with a corsage of ellk flowers. You will observe, however, that It is cut on the familiar- lines ot the plA kimono and could be copied very easily by the home dross- maker,. east. Mrs. Frank Hettinger is teacher of tho class. Tho after. noon was devoted to sewing for the fAssoclated Charities, and at five o'clock, refreshments wore served. Only the members of the class were present. Mrs. A. E. Elston will entertain tlie members of the llerean class ot tho First Christian church tomorrow afternoon at her home, 717 North Main street. The assisting hostesses will be Mrs. .1. 1-1. Uaker. Mrs. .1. W. Fcdigo nnd Mrs. C. J. Williams. Family Washing AH Ironed, I'nrtly Iron* ctl, or Wet Wash We Use IVORY SOAP mid SOFT WATER Model Taundrtf VKf CLEANERS 1M1V*.( SraM WtHrr PHONE 44 i Ladies, I You Need ?> Welch's $ Brown or blnck I Kid Oxfords if Ileiliiccd to $7.Hit * llrown Calf £ Reduced lo $«.»5 | 910 Blnck ant! brown •f> calf, narrow widths S Reduced to $105 Edna Willises Hopper Photo 1921 The Alpha Circle, of the First Presbyterian church, met last eve. nine at the home of Mrs. W. .1. I wus more or less in- | shellenberger, on Crescent bottle- After that it made me | vurd. Officers of the circle were elected for the coming year: Presl- CHURCH NEWS. Announcement has hc-n made of lie nj ::-:e of Miss Lucile Co'jer- v. :o Mr. Stephen .it. it which Mrs. C. W. Hall presided as itoste.ss at a smart one o'clock .1. Hubbell of j luncheon today at the Rorabauch- quielly solem • Wiley Tea Room. The luncheon Ti .. at t s. Mr, iiioi-ninu. at nine ime ol the bride's . ;.nd .Mrs. U. P. Cob.-rly •It tSi.p. Ilcv. Marvel of :hod:.: church read the line V a, but..-m 1 rimmed table, where places were marked for twelv.- guests was centered Willi an at raiivinent of calendulas and chrysanthemums. The afternoon was spent playing bridge in the French room there. Out of v.-or • a smart gown I town guests were Mrs. Joseph (lor- Iftcii \.-lvet and a cor-! b Q nt of Pueblo, Colo, and Mrs. , and s.veet peas. || t . r I Walter 1'lte.h of Kansas City, Mo. co..tu :ue was also of : ... Mrs. J. P. Ilnlstead of Rome, N. Y. and Mrs. L. T. Child won (he ' r'/.ei for hridtre yesterday afternoon ai tile regular Tuesday, one O'I lock iuiK -h .-ou anif bi'Uhre at tlie Count.y club. Mrs. Hal Evarts, Mix. A. II. Sho 'ile. Mrs. C. (I. Rum- rel end M;v. K. K. Seiilney were (lie hoMet-Ses. Yellow chrysanthemums formed tlie centerpiece Inr- the quartet l,.h !es to;- luncheon. There were i.'ii nry-ihice i;n'i" ; oresent. The young ladies of the Merrlam cla9s of the First Avenue Baptist church held a social meeting last evening at the home of Mrs. Blanche Whiting, 208 First Ave. east. A short business meeting was held, followed by a social lime. Luncheon was served at a late hour to fifteen guests. "It's always wise to stop anything before your audience gets yawny. Nothln' brings out the yawns like a talk of a repeated tale of woe. Nothln", she said as she began cramming things Into her work bag preparatory lo leaving. "She'd he real Interest' company if s-he'd cut out that self pity of hers"—«he said as she walked c/ut onto the porch and started home. dent, Zenita Symns; Vice president, Mario Hall: Secretary-treasurer, Harriet Shellenberger. held tomorrow afternoon at two- thirty o'clock at the church. Tho ladies of the fifth and seventh divisions will have charge of the social hour with Mrs. Kate Brooks and Mrs. William Applegato aa hostesses. Division No. 1 of (he Ladies Aid society of the First Christian church will meet tomorrow afternoon nt the home of Mrs. I) K McLeod, 300 West 15th- street. The women of the Universalist church will have a silver tea tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. P. Hartmann, 127 West 18th street from two until five o'clock. •tisem.ile of benga- witli mink fur. wore a sm-.irt liuks a ami Too, wear lo .' ; li, - ciost of ill.- ceremony, a v.. ..lie; brc.ini'.-tsi '.vas .-"jicd lit li.e ili;.:iu room. I'inh and white ( .ii .:.:i'htliui :iis alol ..w .-el pc .ts deeul-.i'iil ihe (all. 1 which i. as centered with a large white wedding i.il.e. .Mr. and Mr-. Hit!-hell left at noon for a two we -it 's wedd;:r.; trip to \a :^as City. .Vo., and < ii:(•:• o. ill. They will be a: home in Liuri -ioii. Mrs. 11 ii !>!'<-! 1 is a graduate of Ihi sen or high school acre in the cla. s of 11)22. Mr. Hubbe'l Is a;:eiit c:i the i-'rlsco railroad ai I'.arrtoii. Out ot lo.-. n guests for tlie .-. (.idia^ La lulled Itev. ad Mrs Marvel, Mr. Pi:d Mr.'. (.). N. Ilithbel! and damii- ter. C'.tir-jattim of Hurrton and Mr. nnd Mrs. jo> He: I of New,on. The niemb' rs o:' the ladies oi the I'. C. T. gathered ;.l the l|.,m» of Mrs. J. M. Cowan, 101 TweifMi Ave, west vesterlav afternoon wiili Mrs. A. 11. Till.?',en, .Mrs. Fred Alki.-e, and Mr-. C. SI'" •'• c.-Miiis. 1 II. el 1 lie Oil . !!•'•, S lie' . ill;-, II vole o/ i leu'... a;:-! nppie. i .ition \\;;-. j'.'v-. lo L.)toi'-"a Care; who ice, title p]V;eu;ed tlie women of Httteliitoon with a ciuh hou. e at !'2a Noi-.li .Main street. Mrs. 11. W. Jones iind Mrs. Kieil lluell were taken into tlie club nieniberstilp. Kol! (all was answered, wilh r • eipea for Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. KiedericU t 'MU 'uu i .lnje.l a saxopho.'-.e dnlo, accompaiiA .1 b. Mrs. A. J. Shifi'ci-. A voi-.i: so. was presented by M;s. it. \.'. Ho:' ' LI.tie Mla.i Rosemuiy Voun.; favo- ed the ladies with three dance nun btti. "Waltzing Doll". "Aunabellc The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the First Methodist church met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. C. F. Bunto as hostess at her home. 128 Eleventh Ave. west. Mrs. W. It. Tedrlck had charge of devotional and Mrs. .1. A. Armstrong led the lesson on China. Mrs. H. L.'Gleckler gave a very fine report of the Topeka branch meeting held In Lincoln. Nebr. re- cenlly. Five missionaries were sent out this year by thin branch and during the past year, the sum ot $233,187 was raised In this branch. The goal for this year has been set at $23."),000. Two of these mis sionaries were from this conference. Miss Garnet Everly of Hutchinson and Miss Emma Wilson ot Winfleld. Mrs. Gleckler was appointed conference secretary of the Young People's work In the Southwest Kansas conference. Tea was served at the close ot tlie meeting, by the November committee, with ,Mre. A. A. Miller as chairman. Dues will he paid nt the December meeting. The Westminster class of the First Presbyterian church met yesterday afternoon at the homo" of Mrs. P. I. Kershner, 303 Ave. A Growth of K. U. Lawrence. Kan., Nov. 19—One new student every third day since its founding in lSGti Is the average growth of the University of 'Kansas, according to some figures compiled by Geo. O. Foster, registrar. St. Elizabeth Charity Bazaar, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21-22. Fancy work and food sale. Dinner nnd supper both days. Opportunity for Christmas shoppers to buy home-made things nt reasonable prices. Children's clothes a specialty. 14 West Sherman. 18-31 I Paid $5 For these powders ones By Edna Wallace Hopper I was asked to offer women my aide to youth nnd beauty, and I did. They are, 1 hellove, the greatest In existence, for I searched the world to get them. Then countless women asked me ahout powders. I am an nctress and a movie star. We In our world care nothing for ex pense. Anything which adds to our beauty Is worth m a n y times Its cost. So I have long paid $6 per box, as have others, to obtain the very utmost In a powder. Each lot was made to my order. Now I have asked the makers to supply these ldeutlcal powders In quantities, at prices all could pay. I have agreed to market thorn to women who desire them. Thus I am able to supply.these same powders at iiOc and $1. I owe that to the kindness of the makers. 1 use a heavy cold-cream powder, based on my Youth Cream. It clings and stays. This I call my Youth Cream Powder. But many women like a powder light and fluffy. So I have this powder made in two forms. All druggists and toilet counters now supply my Y'outh Cream Powder at $1 and my light Face Powder at 50c. Both como in three shades—white, flesh and brunette. There may be greater powders in the world, but I have never found them, and I have consulted the greatest experts. I know that anyone who compares them with ordinary powders will be amazed and delighted. I shall gladly mall you a sample of the kind you want If you will mall this coupon. Please do that now. Food sale and bazaar to be held by the la'dles of the Irwin Memorial church In the old Commercial National bank bldg., Saturday, Nov. 23, corner Main and Sherman. 14 -3t SAMPLE FREE Edna Walliicfi Hoppf-r. S2o n3il I.aKe Shore Drive, Chicago, ] wnnt lo try U Youtli Cronm Powder [J Fare Ptiwrier While—Flesh—BrunstU In answering ndvertisements, please mention The Kewa-Horalil. Th'- i".<MiiiiiT : • .' the Soi-i.-i] Tir- "c riub c;iihei<!(l at. tho home of *' i • . l .yi] a Cliinman, 10»5 So *Uh :'t )n] .-'i-O't yesterday aftornoon for a "ocliti t : ine. U"ll rail was an- sv, ere;l with cir'rent events. At flvn n'riu •*{, a N'r.,- Ktvrimi:. luneli- '••:>n w;.i M -rvetl ID \\y ladios and '!: Ir OPO •t.-vy.i. M'". S. K. Luiv: oi W'Wh-t i. Mrs. ('. ?! l-nvis will Int'-e ir •;; h ;i.-U ':'s at her home, :?2M Mrs;. <,', O. ("nthin entertained ir'i'.riii^lly at dinner la Hi Rvoning ; ! 1I<T homo. H::u F.ii'A Shcrmaii st-etM runorini: Mi«s Wilna Campi" II. A fid 1 ' ion;-! triiesi\v*-re. Mr. The Ladies' Aid society of the I'Irst Avt>. liaptist church will meet tomorrow afternoon for tho annual election of officers at tho home of Mrs. H. H. Hammond, 110 West 21st .street. nnd A o A . o. r T. Uov Camph.-ll. Mr«. •MfM. Ml:* l.ufv Ki-.-k-.-. Vni.a ('.jnpi.ell and Mr. (' : lljjllfll. i:i. ;ii!'er.: of the Daisy iluh ' i -(in thoir liivhanilri wiiti • rd uv.^iill party at the W. hall tomorrow ovtuins. * • i $ lh This $8,50 Slipper Reduced to Patent Satin 14 N. MAIN Hosiery Tool! PERGONALS OF bOCIETY. <?> Mr .ami Mm Harry Tidd umi ^ll dauKhl'!!-, Helen left last eve- ing fur Columbia. Mo., where they ..ill attend tlm Saturday football Tlie I.adieb' A\\\ society of the Church of the Brethren will meet tomorrow afternoou at the home of Mrs. Ernest Bell, 60S Ninth ave. east. • Tlie voting people of the Zion Lutheran church held a social cnlherinB last evening at the church. Miss Florence Harmon and Miss Irene Horrett had charge ot the gumes and entertainment for. the evening, which followed a short business meeting. It was voted to organize this itroup into u ('mini; People's Society, nnd officers were elected. Mr, Hubert Hatter was elected lirefddent: Mr. ICdwurd Panning, vice p.ei.iden'. UIMI Mt^s Martttii'et F.ldei-, seere:;uy-i reasnrer. The sin -leiy will have their Sunday llihlc class utid will meet for regular devotional lion:-, Sunday eve- nitiK at slx-tliit'ty o'clock. Hefroshments were served at a late hour, Miss Jijanette Elder and Miss Clurn Lawrence In charge. Miss Margaret Elder and Mr. Kd- I ward Panning had chnrgo ot the ! decornllona for the evening, The thjrd quurtorly meeting of the General Aid society of the First Methodist church will boj | "Wear Ever" Demonstration | | Thursday's Schedule , 1 S The preparation of a pot roast in a || =: Windsor Kettle—on top of one burner— ==; H "no water or grease used. §|; g 4-Quart Windsor; Regular $2.00— §§i ^ Special, $1.35 §= | J. C. O'DONNELL, HDWE. | = Phone 3250 4th and Main = illlll!llllllllll!!!lll!lilllflli!l!illllllll!!!ll!l!llllllllillllllllinilllllllll!l^ The Dignified The dignified artistry of a silver centerpiece, with candlesticks and compotes to match, is particularly beautiful and appropriate for table decoration. See the latest pattern, the. Florentine design. It is beautiful! The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. Tlie House of Quality Htnry 2tnn Jno. P. Btrchfieio A SMASHING WALLUP! An Occasion for the Greatest Saving Unfolding a Brilliant Assemblage of Incomparable Values This Outstanding SALE Started With Tremendous Force A GOOD TIME TO BUY CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND SAVE Wisely-spending men and women who have the intelligence to recognize the genuine, would hardly pass up this rare chance to save many dollars on their Xmas necessities. MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED; GOODS EX- CHANUED IN THIS SALE M. WELCH, Closing Out Jewelry Department 24 East First Street This High Power Selling Drive Makes Your Monev S-T-R-E-T-C-H PREMIUM SODAT CRACKERS TRY Premium Soda Crackers with a bic of cheese and a glass of milk for that before-bed time snack. They are slightly salty and deliriously crisp. In packages, family size containers ot by the pound, at your grocer's. NATIONAL ascurr COMPANY Suggestions (or Thanksgiving Dinner Cranberries Grapes Apples Grapefruit Lemons Oran0C3 Tomatoes Green Beans , Yellow Beans Peppers Carrots Parsnips Spinach Celery Seal Brand Coffee Cucumbers IN THE MARKET Turkeys Chickens Veal Lamb Oysters Mince Meat 28 S. Main N. E. WILLIAMS THE QUALITY GROCER Phone 1930 NEWS

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