The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 21, 1924 · Page 7
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 7

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Friday, November 21, 1924
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FRTDAV, NOVEMBER 21, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS/ PAGE .SEVEN^Always Take RPI icves COLDS n 24 rirs GRIP in 3 days ALL DRUGGISTS 30 CEMTS. Now I—get relief in one minute from fcorns, callouses and bunions vitli Dr. Echotl's Zino-pads. They remove the cause —friction and pressure. Thin, Casy fb apply, antiseptic, healing, three sizes. Nothing so quick and aura. It your druggist or shoe dealer. DlSchoUs 'Ltno-pads 'Fur one on—the pain It gone' Rheumatism Ml the old aches liven quick, genuine relief ! i Pat a little Sloan's lightly over the aching place. Instantly it •ends frcshly-putifled blood tingling through the infected joints und muscles. You feel a gentle, . glowing warmth, then — almost suddenly—release from pain. £11 druggists—35c. . Sloan's liniment -kills paint STUDENTS IN A DRAMA TONIGHT Firtt Presentation of the Dramatic Club Play at High School Auditorium. - The first presentation of the dramatic club play, "Only 38" will be held this evening in the high school auditorium. Tho production'Is being directed by W. V. O'Connell, head of the drarantlc and journal- Ism departments, and was written by A. K. Thomas. Sam Harris produced the play In New York with Mary Ryan In the title role. The play la a threo act comedy- drama based on the mother theme. The story Is of a mother who is tho widow ot a Methodist minister, a man 23 years her senior. When he dies she Is left with twin children, a son and a daughter, and about $2,000 worth ot Insurance. The mother's part is played by Louise Pennington, the son will bu portrayed by Wesley Jlrown and Esther Young will take tho part ot tho daughter. Mrs. Stanley's father, played by Vane Meador, has a farm In New Hampshire and agrees to send the children to college, BO the family moves to a college town. An interesting romance dovelops Bhortly alter, between Mrs. Stnnley, the widow, and Professor Glddlngs, played by Harlow Zelgler. The children of course disapprove of their mother's behavior and as a consequence Mother decides to be "only a mother," until the professor solves the problem. Th» whole Is Intensely Interesting, a simple story played up with amusing and human interest Incidents. The tickets have been on sale for the past two weeks by members of two teams composed of high school ' SoccMSful Traatntnt For COUGHS and COLDS Recommended by the Manufacturer* ol TANLAC For «sU by sit good druQI.U students captained by Abble finima Wright for one team and Pauline Cost for the other. Those on Hie first team nra Pauline Iteeves, .lo- sephlnn Hulse, filadys Smith, Katb- ryn Weesner, Kollli Davis, Kwlng Hums, Irene Johnson, Wllma Evans, Lillian Whiting. On the second team are Uelpha Trussler, Anna Alford, Mariam Hippie, Virginia Kellam, Mnrgtiret Giles, Byron Ellsworth, Mary Eloiso Campbell, Madge Ycager and Victor Wilson. The performance will start promptly at 7:30 o'clock with a concert given by the hlghschool orchestra as a prelude to the play. High School Students Not at Barn Dance Following tbe statement published recently that boys and girls ot high school ago were found at the barn ilnuce at the Cnntwell place last. Sunday when the sheriff visited the place, an Investigation has been quietly made in the Hutchinson high school. "So far as we can learn, none of our boys or girls were at that dance," Bald one of the faculty of the Senior high school. "The young folks found tllero must have been from other towns, or might have been Hutchinson young folks who nre not attending school. But they were not students In the high school, we are quite sure." The fact Is the young folks of the Hutchinson high school are of an unusually high class, young folks as a rule ot exceptional character, and the suggestion that Wiey are found at Sunday night barn dances and carousals was a real Injustice to the school body. % Formal Opening of Girl Scout Lodge Frank Phlppen's orchestra will furnish the music Sunday afternoon at tho opening ot Falrchlld lodge from 2 o'clock until 5, under th«,,«n'spIcog of the Olrl Scout troops. Tea will be served during the afternoon with Mrs. W, CI. Fairchild presiding at the tea urn. The reception commltteo will be made up of girls In troop 1, captained by Miss Ida Stunlz, with Miss Winifred Manning, lieutoiiant. They Found Ducks. Judge W. G. Falrchlld and his son, Cnptain Sam Fairchild and their wives have returned from spending two clays at the John Mc- Culre hunting lodge out nt the salt marsh. They report that they had fairly good success at duck shooting. / Traded for a Store. John Cnllopy has traded his half section ot land southwest ot Turon ror a stock ot general merchandise at Dlllwyn. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Sunday school lesson for Sunday, Nov. 23. Thome: "The Transflgur- nllou." Toxt: Luke 9:28-36. aoldon toxt: "This Is my Son, my chosen. Hear ye him." Luke 9:35. By Dr. A. B. McCormlck. Jesus chose the occasion of the groat confession, which we studied last week, to announce to his disciples tho fact of his approaching crucifixion. They had confessed their faith that, he was the Messiah and that ho was also the Son of tho living God. Jesus felt that ho could now begin to teach them other things about his mission. ; Immediately nfter Peter's expression of hellef, JOBUS shocked hin disciples by saying, "The Son of man must suffer many things, and be rejected of tho elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and the third day be raised up." To them this was so horrible and unbelievable that Peter Indignantly asserted that It should never be, and even "began to rebuke him." Hut the headstrong disciple overreached himself nnd had in turn to bo rebuked by his Lord: "Get thee behind me, Satan." He was not thinking the thoughts of God. The cross belonged to God's plan- of salvation. Jesus told his disciples plainly that self-sacrifice was necessary for himself and for all who would follow hin.- It was a hard saying and unwelcome and difficult to accept. They could not understand how tho Son of God must suffer in order to save the world. And although Jesus tried to show them the meaning of It by talking about it often they did not understand it until after his resurrection. God set his seal to Peter's confession. The disciple had said, "Thou art the Christ, tho Son ot the living God"; God now says, "This Is my Son, my chosen." Have you put your fallh In Christ ami confessed him ns the Son ot God? Have you asked him to forgive your sins? And have you felt THE TRANSFIGURATION. •• > <s> •!> •< >».• * * i; ••• •'. And It came to pass about eight days afler these sayings, that he took with him Peter and John and James, nnd went up Into tho mountain to pray. And as he was praying, the fnRhion of his countenance was altered, and his raiment became while and dazzling. And behold, there tnlkeil with him two men, who weru Moses and Elijah. Who appeared In glory, and spake of his decease which be was about to accomplish at Jerusalem. Now Peter and they that were with htm were heavy with sleep; but when they were fully awake, they saw his glory, and the two men that stood with him. And It camo to pass, as they were parting from him, Peter said unto Jesus, "Master, it is good.for us to be here; and lot us mnko throe tabernacles; one for thee, and one for Moses, and one for Klijah," not knowing what he said. And while he said these things, there came a cloud, and overshadowed them: and they feared as they entered Into the cloud. And a voice came out of tho cloud, saying, "This Is my Son, my chosen: hear ye him." And when the voico came, Jesus was found aloue. And they held their poace, and told no man in thono days any ot the things which they had seen. SNAPPY PROGRAM OF ot tho l.ysl,. Hanoi Pott at 8 o'clock! will he served at th4 clow of th» THE LEGION POST, Monday night at the Armory. nieetin?. 1 Louis P. White, tho new com- mnnder of the organisation prom- Our service ear Is alwavs madr Ises thnt there will be a snappy to pull you In when you are wre< k- program In addition to the Instal-1 vil — call r.9. RaKland-Klnntoy latlon of officers. Kefreshments' Motor Co. 31-!'. Every oK-scrvlc« man In Hutchinson and this vicinity Is Invited to be prcsent'at the regular nieelug an Inner relief and gladness? That Is God's voice to you. And even though there may be no feeling, thnt does not alter the fact; the voice on the, mount is for you as well as for Peter, James, and John. Especially, should we not give careful heed to the injunction: "Hour ye him"? Let us be more constant in listening to him. POLLY REINHARDT TAKEN BY DEATH. There Is sorrow In tho home of Mr. and Mrs. William Uelnhardt, SOS First, avo. west, today, as Polley Uel- -dt, their old parrot is dead. Ho died after an illness ot only a few minutes. The announcement will be a sad one tor many of tho school children ;of the city ns Polly was a favorite and often, lind as many ns 25 callers in or i day. This parrot had been In the Uelnhardt family for. over 38 years, and was very much like a member of tho family. Icicles duo In a few days—let's clean your winter clothes. Ldwls Cleaners. Phone 1335. Xl-lOt AETNA-IZE NOW. Phone 42. Brehm 's. S-m.w-f-ilt Milk For In fantt, Invalid!. Chlldnn, The Agea Rich Milk, Malted Grain ext. in powder form.makeiThe Pood-Drink ror All Ages Digestible—No Cooking. A light Lunch always at hand. Also in Tablet form Ask for "Horffefs," at all Fountains C9" Avoid Imitations — Substitute Special for Saturday Children's Shoes at 1-4 Off High Entire Stock of Children'$ Shoes Included in the Offering 1-4 off the regular price of every child's shoe in stock tip to and including' size 2. Most every school child by now is needing a fresh new pair cif shoes to start into winter weather. Mothers will be glad oi this opportunity to purchase them at such a substantial saving. Oxford* and Straps in Talent, Calf and Kid in both brown and black. . High Shoes in black, tan and brown and attractive combinations. 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See the Madame, X foryouraelf-Try Itootodajl Qfladame \Reducing Qtdlt In Gray as shown $ 9.85 In Pink a* shown ..... .$11.85 In Pink, clasp front ... .$12.85 e & Saturday Is The Last Day OF HUTCHINSON'S Greatest Auction Sale! BROlVN JEWELRY COS. STOCK 120 North Main Street Select a genuine Diamond, any Elgin, Waltham, Illinois or other Standard Watch or Watch Bracelet, Silverware, Ivory or any other article in stock and it will be sold to the Highest Bidder Regardless of Cost. POSITIVELY NOTHING RESERVED This Is Your Last Chance to Buy Goods at Your Own Price Presents Given FREE to The First Twenty Ladies Attending The Sale A $25.00 DIAMOND GIVEN FREE AT AFTERNOON SALE A $ 1OO DIAMOND GIVEN FREE BEFORE CLOSE OF SALE ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^^^^^•^•^•^•^•^^•^•^•BBBBBaeaaBBBBBBBeaeBBeBBeaeBBB ^BBBBBBBeBBBBBBeaaeaeBBBBBBB ^BBBBBBe Sale Starts at 1 p. m., Continues to 11 p. m. l

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