The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 19, 1924 · Page 11
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 11

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 19, 1924
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS PAGE ELEVEN. THE FAR WAY TO BUILD ROADS It it By Tftxinf Caroline and letting Everybody Pay, Arfuet Washburn. w. C. Washburn, county commls. Biouor of Morton county, and business man at Elkhart, was here last livening on his way to Topeka to attend the annual convention of We Aansas Official Council. Mr. Washburn is president or the organization and also president or tlio state association of county commissioners, The Kansas Ottt- clal Council Is the Joint body ot ail the various associations of county officials. \ Ona/Of the most important matters 'hefoi'o the county officials' associations, Mr, Washburn said, is the matter of the state highway program. It Js this which most strongly Intordsta the county commissioners' organisation. The county commissioners some time ago-endorsed the Idea ot voting a gasoline dux, <lml providing for the construction of a state »ya- tem ot roads by using this tax ana the automobile license fees, Instead of taxing the. adjoining property SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN"—^W^c lUnless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe fry millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for; Colds Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Pain Joothache Neuritis Rheumatism ^t^. Accept only "Bayer" package JK-^^ which contains proven directions, £ M^^l ' . 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"It fa only fair and just that those who use the road» should pay for them," declared Mr, Washburn, "The tourists who pans [through Kansas .and city folks who use the roads for pleasure should help pay or them, and thoy would be glad to pay a little tax on the gasoline they use In order to get soon roads." J ABBYVIU .E Mrs. Jeftere, Mrs. Grace Chris- Hp and Mrs. Amy Winders motored to McPharson Ia*t Tuosdny to attend (lie toot*»ll gamo which was played between Ltndsborg and Mcpherson. ' " Mrs.,Curltss was here from Burrton one day last week visiting hor daughter, Mrs. Burger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gagnebln are the owners of u brand new Huptno. bile. Mrs. Rhu* Winder was reported to be worse this last week. She has been confined to her bed for several week*. Prof. Looney took hiB pupils to Hutchinson Thursday to see Abraham Lincoln. Th youngsters report a fine time. Misses Carrie and ElteaTjeth TJag- los entertained to dinner Friday, Hey. Henderson and Rev. and Mm. Johnson. Little Junior Winder was very sick the latter part of the ween. Everyone was glad tor the nice rain wo got Wednesday night, but we didn't enjoy tho ball storm. More hall fell than during any storm In the summer. Jjiome folks saw some' lying around early the next morning. Ten boles wero beaten in the top of Sid Cook's carriage during the atorni. The King's Daughters class of the M. C. Sunday school served lunch iYlday afternon at Mrs. Wilmont's sale. Miss Carrie fugles, Tlev. and (Mrs. Johnson and Rev. Henderson called at the Curamings home Friday and Rev. Henderson saug some songs for Mrs; Cummlngs which she appreciated very much. Miss Eunice Broady enjoyed a vielt from her brother who was here to Bee her over the week end. A large crowd attended the piay "Nothing But tho Truth", which was given Saturday night by the Junior class. Rev. Johnson went to Florence frr Sunday to flit the pulpit for Rev. Henderson who Is helping here In the revival meeting. There will be preaching each night this week and every one iJ invited and urged to come and hear the plain, helpful gospel messageB-whlch Huv- Henderson has been delivering. Among the Hutchinson shoppers Saturday Wero Airs, Knnetel and Miss Agnes, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Myers. iMlsses Carrie and Ellin- netu Vaglea, Mrs. Looney and Dr. and Mra. Evans. Mrs. Orpha Ayers spent one day last week in St. John. Mr. nud Mrs. Floyd Rumtord had as Sunday gueets Mr. and Mrs. Ohag Palmatier, Mr. and Mrs. i Robert Cade, Mr. and Mrs. Oral -Dunn and Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Molvln Olnii, -Mr. and -**r«. Leonard Hrldsemaa and Miss Alary Ekllng. T Miss Florence Myers who has been assisting Mrs. John Blrk.t with her work for some time is at home now. The Christian Ladles Aid will hold their bazaar Borne time near their annual date which Is Doc. 6th. .Mr. ami Mrs. L. Dodri and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dodd of Langdnn were dinner guests of Mr. and -Mrs. Chas. Looney Sunday. The t>. S. club met at the home of Miss Evans Friday afternoon, Nov. U with all members present —Mra. Chas Looney was the only guest present. Roll ciill was answered with the following subjects Natural Parks, Art und Artists, Outstanding Book*. Women, I Have Read, A Poem Knowledge. Tho literary paper was' given by Mrs. Green and the subject was "The Wall of China," Next roeot- ing will be with Mrs.Foulds. The ladles report that they spent a. very enjoyable afternoon find that a very-delicious lunch was serve*!. The Baptist Ladles Aid met Thursday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Sam Blrket with quite a number present. Mr. und Mrs. King ontertalned ot dinner Sunday Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs,. Chas. Rumford and Rev. Henderson. Miss Hamilton was also a caller in tho afternoon. Quito a number from here attended "Abe Lincoln" in Hutchinson last week. A largo crowd was present at the If. E, revival'buhday night Hamilton, u state blind teacher sang a solo which was enjoyed by all and also'helped every one to understand more the value of God's love and that even tho blind can be happy and abide In His love. Ted Deupser who who has been attending business college in Missouri was homo lately. BURRTON Paul Mllle)'. ot Alice, Oklahoma, Is spending u few days with his parents, Mr. and Mra. B. "A. Miller and relations. He Is in the employ of- the railroad company at that place. Mrs, C. W. Stroh left Saturday morning for her home nt French Lick, Indiana, having visited three weeks with friends here.' Clarence Siuuiders returned Thursday evening' from the Htil- stoad hospital, where he hus been for a few days laklng treatment for a bad case of tonsilltls. There are a taw coyotes in the. hills north of town yet, so says (!. M.,Harwnr, who on last Wednesday with Ills' dogs, killed three within a few hours. None of tho three wore very small as tho averaged thirty pounds nplece. Jacob Hotts and family have moved to ftowlon, having leased their farm for oue ynar. A few of the neighbors ot Route 4 have boen butchering their winters' 'supply of meat; . 8. R. Clark Is seriously ill at his homo lu South Burrtou. Bertha Boyle, who is teaching In Haven, spent Sunday with homo folks. 11. 0. Rawllngs and family spent Saturday Hi Hutchinson, ricv. J. M. Colo, ofi Dightoii, is pastor cf tho First Christian church of this place, having preached his ttrst sermon Sunday. Glen Imel and wife, of- Route i are living in south Burrton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Sickle aro living In Hutchinson, whore he has a position on tho Santa Fe railway. Jfarry HoBklnson, who rocontly lost his barn by flrj, Is erecting a new one to take Its place. Richard Shlvo, of Newklrk, Oklahoma, Is visiting his father, G. M. Shiva and other relatives. The Methodist ladles will serve dinner and have a UaiHinr In the basement of the church on next Thursday. To Be Non-P«rtl««n Emporia, Kan., Nov. 19—The annual debates this year between the College of Bmoprla and tho Teachers' College ot Emporia will be non-partisan contests. A representative o feach school will compose each team. Clean clothes feol warmer than soiled ones. Lewis Cleaners. Phone 1335. . U-UH AETNA-IJ5B NOW. Phone 42. Brehm 'H. s-m.w-Mit In answering advertisement*, please mention The News-Herald. if OBJ ^uM^Hllkvs , REMEDY 8EST FOH l Home Lighting Contest Now On Only 4 Days left to submit, your Lighting Primer * Boys and Girls! You have only 4 days left to finish your essay and get your Home Lighting Primer to the judges. Contest closes November 22nd. Finish it today and send to the ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY OF HUTCHINSON Cates Electric Co. Donovan Electric Co. Comer's Electric Co. Ramsey King Electric. Co. United Power & Light Corp. See Us for New Designs in Heywood-Wakefield Furniture Graber Furniture Co. 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