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PAGE EIGHT. * THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 192* WISE AND OTHERWISE By Mrs. W. Y. Morgan. Call Telephone No. 4400 and ask for Society. (Items for Hi in department must lie In by 10:00 u. m.) At a ct 'i -i 'itnuiy marked by charm • ml baiiiily, Ml.«s Lucille Scliull, bo* came tin 1 bride dl' Mr. Il.ty tireen nl Lyons last evening.' nt elpbt o'cUn-Ic m tlie licinic of llii' Iiritle'n parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Kdwin Si-hall. 211 Kant, l.'.th iiiri'»t Willi Itnv. II. I.. Shrink (if Ihr. Methodist church (if WlrllH.'l nffl.-lllllllK. The inin'riiiue voir* were spoken before nn linprnvir'wl iilinr of palm* and ferns which waii urtialiclilly derorali-il with an itlitn.dance of j allow and while chrysanthemums. A wrnii '-'lii Iron eandellirn held yellow lapi r.s at either Hlda (it the altar, with wicker baskets of yel- li.w rlii 'yi.an'heniumH. Maiden hair f ':ra ft 'iinei' a caHtade fur th tains at the windows and was twined ihmi!!,'). the banisters of the Klalrs. Tin* only liKllt -was the r.nft Blow limn floor lamps and the riii ker of the eiimlles. Preceding Hie . eeremony. Mrs. I.any Hoke of Kansas City, Mo., sister of the bride sang, "At Dawning" and "1 I/ove Yon Truly." Mrs. Hoke wore a becoming frock of orchid crepe trimmed with crenm lace. Mrs. .1. ». Conwtll played Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" as the wedding parly look their phic's. 1'iisi rami- the bridesmaid, Miss K'lr.aielh Schardlen who was gowned in ciepr satin of the new terra eollo Fdiade trlnnned with geld luce and buttons. She wore ft corsage of pink and lavender sweet peas. Lovely. Indeed was the. bride, who came on the arm of her father. Her gown •'.as nf Kind's blue cut velvet on '•hU'fon designed will a tunic over blue' erepe satin. The tunic was hound with silver iniiskrtil. She wore .liver pumps and a bund of silver leaves in her short, blond hair. Her corsage wafi of Sweetheart roses and illiies -of -the-vaney. The isrooni had as his best man, Mr. Victor Newby of riierlintt. At the close.of the service, re- fiei-lino tits were served In the dlti- ii.g room, where the color scheme of i Ink and blue" was used. The lahie had for its centerpiece a lliri e-tler wedding cake topped with JKII'K iot;es nnd .surrounded with pink VCLCS and maiden hair fern. Itliie tapers burned in silver candle slicks two of which were tied with liink tulle, while blue sntin ribbon hung from the overhead lights to (he other two sticks. .Mrs. Harvey Anderson and MM Itohert Ilosttit- lor iiresldo .i In the dining room. Fifty guests were served. Mr, and Mrs. (liven lefi last evening for Kansas f'iiy t Ma. where they will spend a week. They will be at home upon their return, in Lyons when- Mr. ilieen is in business with his father. Mrs. Green 3ius lived in Hutchinson since birth and has a wide circle ot •friends. She graduated from the hgh school iK-re in the class ol :i !>.2. Mr. di eon is a son o. Mr. and •Mrs*. O. H. Ci-.-.-n of Lyons. He ..1 t-. ruled sterling nil!,.;.', later for- y.'ns In Hi. World War.' The bride's going.away costume w .*i.* an ensemble suit of penny brown and satin crepe trimmed with liriiwn baby fox fur. she wore two toie footwear, -nd an emit ( It'et-i tl i hapeau bound with chairman of the Women's Civic Center presided and she ogaln rend Hie terms of til a deed by which Mr. Carey conveyed the properly to the club. At the close she announced that the membership had grown to such proportions that the deed had already been turned over to the women. The greater part of the I 'veninj; was In telling what the gift would mean to the club women. Mis. Yaggy told of a rough estimate she had made, with the aid of Mr. Carey, of a budget necessary to maintain 'the home, placing this .at $'1,000 a year. IT this is necessary I lie membership must be over 1,000 In order cur- ! to have the dues less than $3.00 per annum. Later (t was decided to set the goal of tin* membership drive at I,SOU. It was voted to hold the charter membership open until Dec. 1.1 ond have all that possibly could sign their own names on this charter list which will be one of the prized posses-) stons later in the nrchlves ot the club. The next meeting ot .the club will be Dec. 13 at a place to bo designated later. This will bo tho Thursday after the closing ot the charter list. The chairman was given authority to name a committee of five to draft a constitution and by-laws by which the club will be organized, this to bo presented at tho Dee. 1" meeting. Later the temporary house com- mltl.ee, Mrs. S. F. Johnson, Mrs. Maude E. Smith and Mrs. G. A. (-'bickering served cider and doughnuts nnd the house Inspection was continued late into the night. This evening open house will be kept for the men of Hutchinson, to show them Just what the gift to the Hutchinson and vicinity women means to let them see how little Is needed in providing a club house for women's activities. emnlzed Wednesday, Nov. 10 at noon by .ludgo Charles S. Fulton In the presence of only the immediate relatives of the young couple. A wedding luueheon was served, following the ceremony nl the homo o'f the bride's grandmother Mrs. K. .1. Massey of this city. Mr. nnd Mrs. McAllister left that evening for Wichita and points of eastern Kansas on a motor trip. They will be at homo to their friends after Dec. 1 on their farm, west ot Nkkerson. Mrs. Harry Vcarl of Detroit Mich., was honored yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Harry Barnes entertainer' with nn Informal bridge ten at her home, 14 Seventh Ave., west. Mrs. Clarence Fearl nnd Mrs. W. O. J-crvhB were the prize winners for the game of bridge. Tea was served at. five o'clock to the following guest* Mesdamea— w. a.Jucobi Mrs. Albert L. Hook, a recent bride, was agreeably surprised last evening, when Miss Jentni Foote and Mis Ruth Skinner entertained with n miscellaneous shower ol ihe Foote residence, 12" Twelfth Ave., west. The evening was spent with games and contests and Miss Gladys Black gave a reading. Luncheon was served late In the evening. To receive her gifts, It was necessary for -Mrs. Hook to "hook" the packages from aa Improvised "pond." Those present were: George Bcntley J.lovd Hrown Roy Pratt M. Sullivan I). C. Potter Clarenc-fi Fearl Frank Shears D. W. Ivlns Ben Costello W. B. Shcrer A large donation of canned fruit was received yesterday at the American Legion Auxiliary meeting at the home o Mrs. Wlllnrd Welsh, 210 East 14th street, when tho ladles made up a Thanksgiving gift to be sent their adopted nfirse at Fort Bayard, N. M. Sixteen menfbers were present. Following a social afternoon, refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Dec. 4 at the Armory, at which time, the election of officers was held. M.'S'tHlnfS- t'aultri.- Mr!* A unit a 1 teuHSfr .M-'rll,- i.i. S'1,,111 l.'liaill's 11. Skinner .1. T. Shall .i. ('. l-'notH MISM>-- Mary Zelctrr lllnnidw '/.' irjler Clair Field Mae Walnm-r Kstclle Hutu I'Mlla itoberlfl l'aullne Certain 'I'h^ttna l>rlinu Thehna Wilson lilailys lllack ] leans White Hallio Groves .vriitgarer Shut! .leunie Manlcy s n c::/ to tie. And the insou lire h.ip.iy i>: ir fur sr -.iUi iv.I i room.; ion. a .-;a flowers with Lie Jatioiis". In th bi 'shte the Krand piano, placed at the disposal of the ladies lor the opening by the Jenkins music store was a basket ol' do 'p red ro::es fiom the Lofabaii'ii-Wii. y Co., on a si;. nd on Ine other side of ihe j.Iano alood a tall basket ot' httre plumy yellow cliiV.saiitheiiiuuis from the i-kainui (L-ien bouse. The j The members of the Past Noble 1 Grands Club enjoyed the hospitality j of .Mrs. CI. L". Soarl yesterday afternoon at her home. 4'.'1 Ave., A east ! with Mrs. Victoria Biggs, Mrs. Rose j Ittitherford and Mrs. W. K. Long, t sharing the honors of hostess. [ A short business meeting was I followed by a social afternoon, j Flans were discussed for the Christinas party which will be held, ; Fee. 11 w'ith a covered dish luueh­ eon at noon nt the I. O. O. F. hall. The Christmas grab bag will be opened at this time. Mrs. Ftrn Parr favored the ladles with a piano solo and Mrs. Kda Burrls gave a read- Intr. Luncheon was served at five ! o'clock to the members and their j one guest, Mrs. Fern Parr. I The home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark ! II. Hereford was the scene of a de- : lighii'iil dinner party Inst evening, i when they entertained thirty ot j their friends. Kadi lit tho quartet rowded the '"'iles where dinner was served . He: moil-: ce.iti red ii-ith n vrynud basket Mr. I'.meT i "f yellow chrysanthemums tied wciiii :i of Hutch-; "id old gold and white tulle, men of the town j The evening was rent playing ue wo:i;i..i-,u, g.it i I'tid.ve. the prises going to .Mrs. A. er tin* receiving j K- Kirk, .Mrs. II, IC.McLemi; Mr. J. .i were baskets oi' i A. Mavis and .Mr. Rescue Ilambrlc. words, "Congratu lar^e living room 0*.' n volVi. I. Oi ', ot* 'own -'H.'M> for'the wt'i] ••S lni:l«n!ril: • -i ;• "il M;,iti'.H<:ik*. M« '-»l:'iirt(>*. - \;iusii:i Oily, Mo, .•i i.i i'ule'lltlV y. i — , c 1'tl'II .M..O .*n Bam™ o: •', MlMred HiiUife. !•*(• 1 j' v Mr ',M'.T .,. i •r.lll. l ;.•...•(.'.' P .lli. Wi ill' '. >.. '..tUf, M '. ' . • 'H . 1 • \Murrwy, --> •I..- Wi.-l.itn • i!ul- wis;. W -'liiTM S. l 'iill. v"i ; t. ' i;.i-h;, nl V '1-»- MI|., ill!' - • M • ii I'litt^liu-. r. Li'i [IOI u The members of the Pythian Sisters club gathered yesterday afternoon at the homo ot Mrs. Mablu Duby, 413 Ave. F east with Mrs. Anna Ernest assisting. The business meeting was followed by a social time. Contests were won by Mrs. Wllma Shut! and Mrs. Fred Rucker. Luncheon was served at five o'clock. The hostess for the next meeting will be announced later. <». .J. ,i> Miss Cora Kticko presided as hostess to tho members of her bridge club at her home, 105 North Maple street. The young ladles spent the evening ut bridge, the prize being presented to Miss Edith ilathbun. Miss Bertha Wilson was taken into club membership. Miss Helen Handal] was the only guest. Refreshments were served nt a lale how. Mrs. Arthur Kingsley entertained the members of her bridge club yesterday afternoon at one o'clock luncheon at the Rorabaugh-Wlloy Tea Room and bridge a'~ her home. 1313 North Walnut utreet. The prizes were, won by Mrs. L. E. Douglass and Mrs. Bert Morris. In two weeks, the club will meet with Mrs. .lohn M\de at' her home, 220 East Kith street. The birthday anniversary ot Mr. W. Melsenhelmer was celebrated last evening, when his daughter, Mrs. Cloyd Palley and Mr. Bailey j entertained at dinner N at their riils is the time of year when I wish I had saved something", a nice young woman said the other day when Christinas was the,topic of conversation. Last year", she continued, "I promised myself faithfully to start a savings account, and I really meant to do It," she said sorrow.- fully, "but some how or other 1 never accomplished It. Now I wish 1 had", BIIO went on In a serious tone", for this year I am exactly whoru 1 was last year. My finances are not one whit better, nnd my chance at having any thing to save no greater", sho declared solemnly. "There Is but one way to savo", replied the female sage to whom she was speaking, "and that Is to save. There Is no real road to thrift. It Is a matter ot will power more than opportunity. Some folks have the will to save on a very small income, others can't save a penny on a good Income. Some folks have nn Idea that spending tfll thny make Is a sign ot gener- ouslty. It la a sign of foolishr e.is. There Is but ono way to bo thrifty and Independent and that, v-ay Is to put a little away for a rainy day. If It never rains—so muct. the better", the sage declared as lis? nice woman sat and listened attentively. "But my Intentions were splendid—I deserve something for wanting to save don't you think?" the nice young woman asked deject-1 edly. "Yon know what place Is pavnd • with good intentions don't yon?" the sage Inquired with cruel frankness. "Good Intentions aren't worth a whoop without will power Dtck ot them. Sometimes", .the sage continued. "I lose my patience with these well meaning—good lnten- tloned women who never get results. They are just os had, In effect, as the woman who doesn't try at all. The woman who makes no attempt to save, is at least honest and candid. She doesn't keep her good intentions bolstered with a lot of weak promises she never means to keep. She spends every cent she gets her hands on, and takes her medicine when she reaches the end ot her row. "Any woman, with any sort otan Income can save a little? She may have to make sacrifices—she may have to take herself In hand. But It can be done, It she Is well and uses ber head,—her hands—and Is perfectly honest with herself", the sage declared with suah fervor '.hat the nice woman retired Into silence—with a "I wish I had done it", expression on her face, and her fingers crossed determinedly. While I, as a listener-in on the conversation wondered how well she would have herself In hand one year hence. ready earned by the Guild to bo used In the building fund. Tho general subject for tho afternoon was "Music". Mrs. B, E. Mltchner had chnrge of tho devbtlonals. Mrs. J. J. Brownlee presented the following program: Songs—"I Love a Little Cottage." "I Passed by Your House," Mrs. Lulu Stapleton. Paper—"Illstorv ot Music", Mrs. H. II. McCarroll. Duet—"Give the Flowers to the Living," Mrs. F. W. Mann and Mrs. A. J. Pough. Paper—"Hymnology", Mrs. E. G. Asho. .Mrs. F. W. Mann gave the story ot the Wosley family associated In music for two generations buck of Charles Wesley, who contributed so many Methodist hymns. Mrs, Mnnn had with her a copy ot the Ilrst edition ot the Methodist hymnal, which was of Interest, In the MUBIC Memory contest, with Mrs. Mltchner at the piano, Mrs. R. B, McCarroll won the honors. The hostesses served Thanksgiving pudding and coffee in tho dining room. tho afternoon, for charity. R«* fres.hments were served at the close of tho meeting to forty-one members. Food sale and baianr to be held by the ladies ot the Irwin Memorial church In the old Commercial National bank bldg., Saturday, Nov. 22, corner Main nnd Sherman. " 14-3t Big Barn Dance Friday night, Gerard's Barn, 2 miles oast ot Castleton, under new management. Good Music. 21-H Food sale and bazaar to be held by tho Indies ot the Irwin Memorial church in the old Commercial National bank bldg., Saturday, Nov. 22, corner Main and Sherman. 14.f.w.f-3t Welch's I Just Received- Young Men'* New Oxford* tor Spring 192S. Wide Trouser Type. "Brutus" made ot Tan Thistle Grain $8.50 The members of the Berenn class of the First Christian church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. E. Elston, 717 North Main street with Mrs. J, E. Baker, Mrs. D. Garland, Mrs. J. W. Pedlgo, Mrs. O, Carman anil Mrs. C. J. Williams assisting hostesses. Two comforts were tied during Wiley Tea room and bridge at her home, 1019 North Main street The wedding of Miss Katherlne Obee and Mr, James Phillips will be solemnized nt eight o'clock at the home ot the bride's mother. Mrs. L. II. Obee, 424 Twelfth west. For Saturday Pitint— Satin CHURCH NEWS. home, S00 Ave. A east. The guests included: Mrs. J. N. Beeson Misses— Ghulya Cooper. Denver, Colo. Leta Beeson Mr. Carl Beeson l.oil! 11 '.1.1 ill! ' given b Out of to.vn guests included Mr. and J'rs. George Hereford of Odessa, Mo., Mrs. J. II. Wade of Ellis and Mrs. Charles Chrispin of Richmond, Mo. '! he ladies of the S. B. A, clun club pleasantly surprised Mrs. Frank .Mo.Miilleu last evening on her thirty-second wedding unniver- Hiiry. when they gathered at her lovelv-f I "in* ,::> h; vsaiithoiiiunii.^. Values and j versdun uf Yerke.i green boil basket of pink and baby breath. In the reception ball nil the newel post o( the stair j I 1 ' way rUood a bnske' of yeliow ohrys , niithemiiuis, broiiJ-.o poms and I Mrs autumn b avi s In ehadits. A low bask N'orth Plum street 'ontes,ts formed the dl- the evening and the Ainners were Miu W. F. Mrs. M. A. Kightllnger and .1. B. Houston, contiasilng I Refreshments were served at. a of yel.ow i ' :i 'e hour to the following guests: I I'',"- wi ! Jones. :\ Messrs ami Mi 'Sd times— Ell.fit Mi-isenheliner, Kingman w. Mt'lsenhelmer Albn-n Sta.-its, Coats *f* ••'» The members of the Daisy club entertuined their husbnnds lest evening with an apron and overall party at the A. O. IF. W. hall. The evening was spent with dancing and cards anir at a late hour, refreshments were served to thirty guests. The guests of the club Included Mr. and Mrs. G. Nuss, Mr. and .Mrs. Hay Crouse, Mrs. C. Hamilton, Miss Lena Wavier and Dr. \V. W. Nichols. ,i, it ... Mr. and Mrs. James If. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Carol C Parks will entertain at dinner this evening, complimenting Mrs. O. C. Ijarks ou her birthday, at her home, 82.1 East Sherman street. Places will be marked tor twenty- five guests. Mrs. R. II. Hammond entertained the ladies of the Ladles Aid society of the First Aye. Baptist church yesterday afternoon at her home, 110 West 21st street. Mrs. It. F. McDermetl had charge of the devotionals which wero followed by.the business session'. It was at this time, that the annual election of officers was held. Mrs. G. H. Hill was elected president; Mrs. Dana Campbell, treasurer and Mrs. Oscar Young, secretary. At five o'clock, refreshments i were servod by the hustess assist' ed by Mrs. Anna Kelly, Mrs. E. E. Farney, MrB. J. M. Partridge, Mrs. Esther Jones, Mrs. Harry Mangold and Mrs. J. J. Leggett. Tho Trinity Guild met yesterday afternoon at the church, with the ladles of the second and third divisions acting as hostesses. The president, Mrs. C. L. Parks, conducted an interesting business session. Plans were made for holding a bazaar at the church December 12, followed by a dinner at six-thirty in the .evening. The treasurer, Mrs. W. J. Bran- densteln, reported near $500 al- 14 N. MAIN Florthelm Shoei for Men. Family Washing AH Ironed, Pnrtlfc Ironed, op Wet Wash We Use IVORY SOAP and SOFT WATER Mottel foundry MOT CLEAKEM 1W ^r *l %f4 ffMoA ^ft)SW ftt -^rMt RHNC44 Edna v/snac« Hopper Photo 1923 , Silver Hollow Ware It i* never a problem to , harmonize Silver Hollowware with a decorative scheme for library, dining or living room. See our neweit Flemish ware in Florentine design. It will wear a lifetime. The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. The House of Quality Henry Zlnn Jno. P. BlrehfKla To a Lady Who refute* to uat elay Edna Wallae* Hepper A lady writes me that my beauty helps have brought her wonderful results, but she adds, "It ia too much trouble to use clay." * Too much trouble! In my stage work and In these efforts to help women I work 15 hours a day Yet 1 would rather miss three meals than miss m> clay. Too. much trouble! Y-e t see what clay l ^as done lor me. Mine Is • g rnndmother 's age, yet 1 en- Joy a debutante's complexion. Let me send you a test of my whlta Youth Clay. It la not like the crude and muddy clays so many have employed. Jt Is white, refined and dainty—the last word In facial clays. And it combines in one product many superlative helps. My Youth Clay purge* the Bkln nt all that does and roars it it removes the causes • f blackheads and blemishes It brings the blood to the skiu to nourish and revive it. Tho result Is a rosy after Blow which amozos and delights. It firms the skin, combata lines and wrinkles, reduces enlarged- pores, eliminates surplus oil. Manv women seem to drop ten years with one application of this clay. To countless women It Is bringing priceless benefits—new beauty and new youth. Are such results not worth to you a few minutes twice a week? Clay is a beauty essential. Famous beauties have for ages used It. No woman can hopo to look her best without It, or to keep her youth as I have. You can recognize clay users in every circle by their beautiful complexions. Mine Is a super-clay—a new-type clay—base'd on 2'J year's of scientific study. ] have placed It with all drug stores, all toilet counters, so you can get it. TTie cost Is BU cents and $1. You will thank me for It—always—when you learn wheat It means to you. 1 will gladly mail sample It you mail this coupon. fc Special For Saturday Only Bowls of growing Narcissus—planted to bloom for Christmas. These' have a splendid root growth and should with very little care bloom beautifully for you. Ideal for Christmas gifts. Regular $1.50 value, Only * 1 Each Deliveries and Phone Orderi Accepted' . Phont 3800 N. Main SPECIAL! Demonstration of Armour Products Armour's Star A Hams, Lard, Bacon, and Devonshire Sausage. Whole or Half Hams 25clb. Pork Loin Roast, 20c Chickens Lamb Oysters N. E. WILLIAMS THE QUALITY GROCER Phone 1930 26 S. Main TRIAL TUBE FREE K'lna Wallace Hopper, SI 5 ;jr, Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. I want to try White Youth Clay. FREE Christian Science Lecture Hon. William E. Brown, C. S. 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. In answering advertisements, please mention The News-Herald. -ft chrysanthemums g-..ci -d tin* diiihiv table here nil evening rider fviun Ihe Willowhrool; oii-hanls ami doiiKlinn'ta vi-iv K "rw,* L ] I I.KWV , i:i'. the club in. eiing. As a graet 'fu! i!ointei--v of the "<•• caaion, the clubhouse was ,letllc;:t ed In song by Miss Kaih'een Ke.st­ ing of ^Wichita, tin* .voiinc woninn hi whom tile world IK looking to take the place on Ktninii Calve, her Bponsor, on the grand opera au<i concert slage. Miss Kursilng sang two nunihi!!'!-. an n;ia from "Louise" and us an encore numbei e in.'f. "The Ninty anil Nine" minting a I 'eep impression IIH she sung tills old hymn known to all, t'aism.i- II out of tin.- place of u mere song to a dramatic recital of Ilia "one sheep" outside Hit* fold and Hie Joy on 1 ||3 return. It »us Jii.it pnouxli for all who .neurit Mios Kersting to hunger for more of ho.- II.. . . .v. .. .vi.. l pauiiiuu , v. cr- iu.y..',l ivy I Arvld WIIIID of l.lnil: ln)i'.\ toil.: lira. K. U. Vaggy, iwiniiui'un .V A. Ki>-'.ii.rnK<-r .1 IV ll|.;.-li>n .V MVIII ' HulHsmali 1 • 'la S,0,y oil Wlllinm I-air UT 'liUll Hlainl. Wli'llil.i Hi'i i: I'levri: M:.v . !•:. >!. I: Mi.! Ilia K ..II11 U, A'.en 'LYnnnnt i'u 1 tin li ' i. I'll • . Mis.. Irene l-ivkrel) Mr. and Mrs. li. P. .Shuff of 32:; K'Rhth Ave., east announce the iiiuiTliiyc of their daughter, ftiiliy in Mr. William Harold I'.lein whirh »iu solemnized, Wednesday after- neon at t'A -O 'thirty o'clock, Nov. Ill in Kansa-i CTy. Mo. They will.be I.I liunin for Mm pretn'tit In Kausa.- I'liy. Mn. V.-s. liU'in in '-veil Known in Hutchinson bavins; atteuded school here. Mr. Klein is the son nf .Mr. anil Mrs. Krank Klein of near lliirchliiKon who \,ei'e present at ihe I'iMi 'iiiuiiy. 4 PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. <5> ; = Mr. and Mrs. Cirnnt Davis of! S Perry, .V. Y. are visiting their son;; and daughter, Mr. A. B. Davis and'; Mrs. Krank Maresrh here for a \z short time. | <*.- ,.i' ; 5 Mrs. W. If. Pile and small daiish-!: ter, Cora l.ou of Halstead are here js vlsltlnc with her mother, Mrs. Is (leorge Gilbert of 105 North Maple]: street. \z Miss Helen Struthmun has re-;: turned from Wichita where she!: s;ieni, the nasi week visiting rela-!; tives and friends. |: Mrs. J. II. Wade of Kills Is n j: liuesl of Mr. and .Mrs. II. K. Mcl.eod ]• of 601 Ave. A east for thu week j; end. :: "WEAR-EVER Demonstration I. Saturday Schedule § Methods to clean and care for "Wear* EEf| Ever" Aluminum. Saturday will be == your last opportunity to secure the great IS~ reductions on "Wear-Ever" which we == are offering this week. =~ Saturday Specials == $2.50 "Wear-Ever" Skillet E= i $1.95 I - '-jr — $1.75 "Wear-' Bake Pan t^w**-*-** 98c $2.00 "Wear-Ever" Griddle . $6.50 "Wear-Ever" Roaster $1.59 = ,.$5.95 =:i The uui. .U-Allirtcr 01 • !• or MI ill'- a II 'I Mr Nickui's-on Ci.ire .lohn II. was sol TOMORROW'S EVENTS Mrs. H. K. Mci.eod ami Mrs. Paul On no will entertain with a one o'clock luncheon nt the Hlsonle liotel and brlilfio al the MeLeod residence, aou Ave. A east. Mm. II.-cry ChrN-rn-r will entertain tlin nn nil), i'u of her brlilni; -Ilib ft dliuieV al I'lo Uornbuti|,'!i. $5.00 "Wear-Ever" Roaster, $4.95 $4.90 "Wear-Ever" Roaster, $3.95 Sri H $2.00 "Wear-Ever" Windsor Kettle, $1.35 ==:We have other "Wear-Ever" Specials and invite you in S5 to see our display. 1 J: C. O'DONNELL, HARDWARE S= Phcnc 3250 Fourth and Main =H Thanksgiving Dinner Dance at the Rorabaugh-fViley Tea Room Tuesday, November 25. Dinner served at 7 P. M. Dancing from 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. Call 3660 for table reservations f

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