The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 20, 1924 · Page 9
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1924
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS f AGE NINE. IOC/ (Continued From Page 8.) A slight misunderstanding ns to the proposed now club for women In Hutchinson the Woman's Civic Center seems to bo current. The membership in this club la unlimited, the larger the better as It will mean a reduction In the dues, the only requirements is that the membership be composed of white women, and that no club which Is Bccrot, partisan or religious shall liavo the club prlvllodgos extended to them, ns to those whoso nlms are civic, lltcrnry, musical, fine arts, or philanthropic This Is a requirement made by KmerBon Carey iu his deed of gift. So tonight all women in Hutchinson whether affiliated with a club or not are welcome to the meeting which will be held at tho club hotiso. Membership In the Woman's Civic Center club .1 Individual outside ot all other club memberships. Tho only way that the women of Hutchinson can show their appreciation ot Mr. Carey's gift is by Joining thlfi club at once. The time limit for tho charter membership will bo sot at the tuoetlng tonight. •••> <s> * The members ot the Hellanthus were complimented yestorday afternoon at, one o'clock luncheon at the Itornbaiigu-Wiley Tea Jloom with Mrs. II. C. Davidson presiding as hostess. Tho afternoon was spent playing bridge at the Davidson residence, 301 Crescent Boulevard. The trophies were won by Mrs. A. C. Welchon and Mrs. D. D. Prazee. The only guest of the club was Mrs. N. Q. King. Mrs. R. W, Vance will entertain the club In two weeks at her home, 20S Tenth Ave. west PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. regular session at tho homo of Mrs. Sam Hayes, 817 East Shermnn street. Chapter CM, P. B. O. will meet with Mrs. Willis Kelly as hostess at her home, 1811 North Walnut street. CHURCH NEWS. 4 The Ladles Aid society of the Calvary United Brethren church will have a business and social meeting tomorrow aftornoou nt two-thirty o'clock at tho homo of Mrs. A. W. Benjamin, 606 West Sherman street. The C. D. Q. class ot tho Iladley Methodist church will have a tacky party tomorrow evening at the homo of Mrs. WllliamB, 607 Ave. C east. Tho Ladles Aid society of the Zlon Lutheran church met yesterday afternoon at the church and made plans for the bazaar to bo held, Dec. 0. The afternoon was devoted to sewing. Mrs. H. Battenburg ot Inmati was the only guest. The IJOIS Parker Auxiliary of the W. M. V. S. noclety ot tho First Methodist church met yesterday afternoon at tho home ot Mrs. G. A. Samuelson, 904 Ave. A east. Mrs. Guy Armstrong had charge of the dovotlonals and Mrs. T. 8. White presented the lesson. Mrs. Karl Gardner gave a report of the Topoka branch meeting hold recently at Lincoln, Nebr. Tea was served at five o 'clock to twenty- six ladles. Mrs. II. S. King will entertain the society Doc. 4 at the home of Mrs. H. S. King, 224 Eighth Avenue west. MENUS Miss Dorothy Gray, dnugliter ot Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Gray, who Is « senior In Southwestern College Wlntleld has Just been elected to membership In PI Gamma a national social sclnncn honor society. Membership In this society is given for superior scholarship In the study : social science. <•> * Miss Cora Bock and Mr. A. D. Heck will leave tomorrow for los Angeles, Calif., where Miss Beck will spend tho winter with Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. Peterson. Mr. Beck will be away only two weeks. <•> * <•> Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Steed of St. Charlos, Mo-, will come this evening to spend a few days with Mr. j Steed's slstor, Mrs. A. V>. Harrington and Dr. Itnfflngton ot 126 I Tenth Ave., west ' * * * Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mallory will come next week from Enid, Okla., to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dtiftln, ot Fourth avenue east. .Airs. H. H. Look and Mrs. ]. H. Look of Kansas City, Mo., aro visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. I. K. French, 618 Eleventh Ave., west. Mr. and Mrs. M. 13. Hendrlckson have gone to Dodge City where they will be tho guests ot their daughter over Sunday. <•:> '•> TOMORROW '8 EVENTS <S> Mrs. S. M. Babhltt will entertain the members of her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at the Rorabaugh-Wlley Tea Room and bridge at her home, 310 Kast 13th street. The members ot the Ludus club will meet with Mrs. J. W. Campbell as hostess at her home, ill First Ave. eaBt. Tho regular meeting of the Amity club will bo held with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sprinkle at their home, 600 Ninth Ave. west Mrs. it "W. Mustoo will preside as hostess to the members of the Wmit-so-ever club at her home, 91S North Poplar street. Mrs. Richard Sutton will enter- taiu the ladles of the llowena Circle at her home, 425 Ave. B west. The regular meeting of the Tres Jollo club will be held at the I'oo- man hall. Chapter BY, P. B. O. will meet with Mrs. A. B. Carey, 23 Eleventh Ave. west. The Ladles Art club will meet in Breakfast—Cereal cooked with dates, hash, crisp whole wheat toast, orange marmalade, crumb cake, milk, coffee. Luncheon — Cream of oyster soup, tonstod crackers, celery and cabbage salad, whole wheat bread and butter sandwiches, fruit tapioca, milk, tea. Dinner—Onion soup, roast pork, baked potatoes, sweet potato apples, apple sauce, pear salad, oatmeal bread, jellied prunes, plain conkles, milk, coffee. Tho hash is made with the meat left from the night before roast. The cereal hash toast marmalade and milk may be sorved to children under Blx years ot ago. The crumb cake la a concession to father. The fruit tapioca used as the luncheon dessert was suggested as tho dinner dessert the night before but the roclpo was not given. As this Is a nourishing and a bit out of the ordlnnry dessert. It is repeated for the purpose of giving you the recipe. Children under 10 years of age should not be allowed to eat the roast pork and sweet potato apple* for their dinner. The soup Is mado with a meat stock and Is very nourishing. Crumb Cake. Two cups flour, 1 teaspoon each cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, V2 cup sugar, Ms cup shortening, 1 cup sour milk, 1 teaspoon soda, 14 teaspoon Bait. Mix and sift flour, sugar and splcos. Rub in shortening. When crumby take out one cup. To remaining mixture add sour milk with soda dissolved In It. Mix well and put into a buttered and floured shallow pan, Sprinkle with crumbs and bake 40 minutes In a moderate oven. Tho amount ot salt depends on tho kind of shortening used. »Half butter and halt lard require about one-half teaspoon salt while all butter needs lean. Fruit Tapioca. One-half cup pearl tapioca, 1% cups cold water, 1 ,4 teaspoon salt, I inch stick cinnamon, 3 whole cloves, 1 cup currant Jelly, 4 tablespoons orange Juice, 1 teaspoon graed orange rind, % cup sugar, 4 tablespoons blanched and shredded almonds, Vi cup needed and chopped raisins, \i teaspoon vanilla. Let tapioca stand in cold water over nlgji Cook In same water until c\c0r. Alter the boiling point Is reached cook over hot water with tho spices and salt. When transparent remove cloves and cinnamon and add Jelly, grated orange rind and Juice, nuts and raisins. Cook five minutes and remove from the fire. When cool stir la vanilla. Serve with thin cream. (Copyright, 1924, NBA Berries, inc.) Scarf-Wrap a Novelty We strive continually to make this store the best place for you to buy everything that's good in OUT DOOR CLOTHING BREECHES—Lace or button leg breeches with high boots or leather puttees give real service and comfort for wet or cold weather. Breeches, $1.95 to $5.75. Puttees, $2.95 to $5.75. SEE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS BEFORE BUYING Leather Vests Sheep Lined Coats Suede Storm Coats Wool Shirts Moleskin Shirts Knit Sport Coats Sweaters Wool Sox Union Suits Bedford Cord Suits 2-Pleee Army Underwear Hunting Coats Hip Boots Cap« Army Blankets Overshoes Work Shoes Oress Shoes Army Shoes High Top Boots Corduroy Suits The Army Stores Co. 407 North Main Out Door Clothing of Every Kind. One of the first novelties shown for wear at Palm Beach and other winter resorts In this voluminous scarf of red and whits foulard that makes an all- enveloping wrap. It Is to be worn with white sport frocks. You must admit It Is effective and Interesting. Cars Together On a Street Crossing A street car, Vt\ H. Canfield, motorman, going north on Main at Fourteenth avenue, and ike Runyan, manager of Iris theatre, driving an automobile, also golug north on Main and ready to turn west at Fourteenth, when tho etreot car stopped there to discharge a passenger, came together at 9:45 last night, with but little damage to Die street car or the automobile. Misunderstanding of signals seomed to be the cause. Cut This Out—It is Worth Money. Send this < 1 and ten cents to Foley & Co., 2S35 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your nan . and address' clearly. Yu will receive a ten cent bottle ot FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR COMPOUND for coughs, colds and hoarseness, also free sample packages of FOLEY PILLS, a diuretic stimulant for the kidneys, and FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLETS for Constipation and Blllusness. Thesa wonderful remedies have helped millions of people. Try them! Sold everywhere. 8t Elizabeth Charity Bazaar, Friday and Saturday, Nov, 21-22, Fancy work and food salo. Dinner and supper both days. Opportunity for Christmas shoppers to buy home-made things nt reasonable prices. Children's clothes a specialty. 14 West Sherman. lS-3t Get your car ready now for that Thanksgiving trip. Phono 69. Rag- iand-Klngsley Motor Co. 20-lt Insurance Losses Show a Decrease The Insurance losses for the month of September, according to the report of Mrs. Lolia D. Roe, secretary of Insurance board, has decreased from that of August and July. The total loss from general fires amounted to only $186. The total automobile losses by flro were seven, amounting to $1.32S. Out of 13 thefts two were total, at $ 1,4 00. Other losses figured as follows: Property damage, $7,760; liability. $1,002; tornado, $62.68; workmen's compensation, $1,275; accidents and health, $25 and lightning, $50. The total amount is $4,829 which Is tho smallest for many months. Family Washing All Ironed, Partly Ironed, or Wet Wash We Uso IVORY SOAP and SOFT WATER ModelTaurtdry DRY CLEANER* mmxSmat W>MrBMta,MSi PH0NV4* as* Newly-Weds Buy Wonder Piano Mr. and Mrs, Maurice Street of Omaha, recent arrivals and Just married, have moved Into their handsomely furnished apartment at 16 East 12th. Mr. Street Is the new manager of a South Main St. Creamery- Mrs. Street Is an accomplished musician and Is the owner of a New Knabe Grand Piano Mrs. Street bought one ot those Bush and Lane Wonders as soon as she arrived In Hutch Inson and here Is what she aald about It: The tone of this little Bush & Lane Piano is every bit as good as my Knabe, in Volume, in Depth and Purity. H. G. PHILIPS 109 N. Walnut FREE Christian Science Lecture By Hon. William E. Brown, C S. B, of Los Angeles, Calif. Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church The First Church of Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass. De Luxe Theatre Sunday, November 23, 1924, at 3 p. m. FAIR FOOD PRICES!!! 14 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar for $1.00 On Orders for $5.00 or Over Groceries or Meats Other Than Flour. Crackers fresh from the oven, lb 09 May not be able to continue this price much longer, as this Is below cost of the raw material. 48 lb. sack Guaranteed High Patent Flour $1-80 Potatoes, (Russets or Brown Beauties), sfc- lots bu. .00 Sweet Sixteen Nut Oleo, per lb , „ .32 12 lbs. large Navy Batius, for. 1.00 Sun Maid seedless Raisins lb.. « l#jal**Sl • • • * s .10 Com Flake, large size, two pkus...., . .25 Brau Flakes, per pkg ..<.,.. .10 5 lb. box Marsliiiiitllows, for 1.00 Peanuts, fresh roasted or salted, lb.. Pure Strained Honey, <jt. jar. . ...„„, s -.S 'e iMtsi»s.«tt t .40 English Walnuts, large size, lb..21 Oranges, per doz -., .18 Phone 2293, 2M«, 909, 260 and Gtt Your Goods Delivered Free of Charge Dillon Mercantile Co. Groceries and Meats C. O. MAMMEL. General Msnagsr, No. 1—318 N. Msln. Ns. 2—Corner B and Msln. No. 4—12 8. Main. Ns. 3-400 S. Main. A Sensational Selling You Must Attend W \ LOWtfl PKICts f <m £n^jj 112 North Main. See the Marvelous Display In Windows •1 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DRESSES A Super Sale! Regular Prices Would Be From $5 to $9 More! The Fabrics -Crepe de Chine -Canton -Satin Canton -Satin -Charmeuse —Eengaline —Serges—Twills —Panama Cloth —Hair Lines —Knitted The Colors Huaset—Cray—Tan—Blue—Brown —Navy—Blaclc The Trimmings -Leather Collars, —N' Laces Cliffs and Pockets —Metal Braids -Unen Collars, —Silk and buffs ami Pockets Wool Brulils —Suede Collars, —Novelty Buttons Cuffs and Pocketa —Self Materials in —leather Bolts Contrasting Shades Positively Marvelous Values! We Especially Urge You To See These Dresses 5 W I • -'Si 1 '»*- - T"Y A "VO of careful selection by our buyer who has just returned from New York and hundreds of dollars have been spent to make possible this marvelous sale of Dresses; such as no store that lacks Levinson's purchasing power could provide. All of these are new dresses, which have-never been shown in our stock before. A "T* start of sale at 8 o'clock, there will be many styles, each as smart as those pictured, in sizes and types for every woman and Miss. Every dress of Levinson quality. Well made, carefully finished, new and desirable. Buy Your Holiday Frocks Here—Friday or Saturday —and Save!

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