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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22,1924 THE HUT CHT N SON NEWS PAGE FTVH. Ji't- HOMECOMING AT STERLING COLLEGE the Annual Event to be Held Wednesday and Thursday at Sterling. Sterling, Kan., NOT. 22.—Th« an- nuiil Home-coming of Sterling College will be next Wednesday and Thursday. This will bo the third Home-coming and It Is hoped that many features of the program will become annual events. Registration of alumni and ex- students will be on Wednesday from 6 to 8., and on Thursday morning Irom 9 to 10 and afternoon, 2 to 6. Pep Meeting Wednesday. A special pep meeting will be held at the chapel hour Wednesday •aornlng, and In the afternoon there %lll be a volley ball game between the Alumni and Faculty. Wednesday evening a program %111 b» given In Spencer Hall of Music, a pageant and other features. After this a bonfire and pep meeting for tha Thanksgiving game. A Parad* Thursday. On Thursday all men and women *tho have ever made a letter, either In Cooper or Sterling are requested to meet at the Gymnasium at 2:10 to form a parade and march to special seats reserved tor them In the bleachers. At 2:30 will b« the game between Sterling and Hays. ; Follqwlng th« gam* an Informal f»ceptlon will be held for tb» alum- Ill and ax-students In Wilson Gym. tailum. Thursday evening a program will t>* given In 8p»neeh Hall .to which ••a admission -of K c«nts will be •harg»d to ba turned over to the work fund. The first part of the program win be a miscellaneous program of music and readings by alumni and ex-students and tho second part will be a play entitled The Sojourners." I Conservatory Recital, ' Tha Conservatory student recital was held In Brown Hall, Tuesday, with the following program: Two-part Invention In B-flat major, J. 6. Booh: Nottlurno, Edward Grelg, Wilma Ross. "A Spirit Flower," Campbell— flfpton Lois Morton. Mlnuette from "The Little Orphans," Charles Gluck—Ina Mo- Klnnls. "Kindly Forest," Antonio Colda*a; "Last Night I Heard the Nigh tangale," Mary Turner Sailer— IHuby Grumbeln. Sonata In D major, Franz Josef Haydn; first movement, Mary lAndorson. Flower Bong, from "Faust," Charles GoHmoud—Bernloe Brush. Sonr.ta In B minor, Ludwlg Van Beethoven, first movement, Leila GI«nn. The Spanish club met Tuesday evening and after a short business mooting a program on Porto Rlcan government, Senorlta Bwlag; For-to RIcau history, Senor Kohr; Song "•La Terruco," Senorlta Cuthbert- lion; A Trip to Porto Rico, Senorlta JlcCrosky. President Campbell left Wednesday night for Pittsburgh. Pa., where lie will attend the all-college banquet In thit city, which will be participated In by all the United Prea- tiyterlan college presidents, . and tho alumni of the college fa or near Pittsburgh, He will, preach in Pittsburgh on Sabbath Aid also speak before the Ministerial association. PLEVNA MEXICANS HAVE OUR IDEALS, TOO Alt h«T» been atndyln* hard for! the nix weeks tents which are being • Mexican given now. Rer. and Mr«. Harry Scott are ths proud parent! o( -a baby girl born Nov. 14. Mr*. 8. C. Davidson attended a missionary meeting at -Topoka last week. Tlis revival meeting* ended nt the M. R. church last Sunday night. .Thursday night was high school night at the M. E. church. Several high school student B attended. Meetings are now being held at tha Congregational church by Rev. Burr. The next number of the lyceum course will be given Wednesday evening, Nov. 28, by Mr. Robert Bownmn, nn impesonator, who has appeared in more tlmn 1800 pro- grimm and has appeared on many larger lyceum courucs. Our first basketball game will be played Friday night. Til* Juniors have chosen their play, v "Yonnlo Yonson's Yob." This will be given just before the holidays. Miss Van Scolk and Miss Guile spent the week end at M/ss Guile's home at Moundrldge. . This Is Good English Week. All have b^en especially careful about our English. A play dealing with good English will be given by-the high school In tha auditorium Thursday night, A play, entitled "The Womanless Wedding" was given by the men of the Flevna Orange, Thursday night, A large crowd attended and enjoyed the play very much. Everyone la Invited to bring his or her basket to lh» Congregational church basement Thanksgiving Day and taka part In a community Thanksgiving dinner. The Reverend Burr gave an address at chapel Thursday morning. Mr. Jesse Krelo Is working for Ollle Holcomb this week. He and his brother, Joel Krele, motored to Stafford Tuesday evening. PARTRIDGE About 40 of tho neighbors and friends gave a- (surprise on Mrs. Wrn. Warnock, Friday night, It being her birthday. Tho M. E. Missionary society meet with Mrs. W. H.-Oaborn, Friday, a good crowd attended. The folks who have scarlet fever are doing very nicely at this writ- Ing. • Mr. H. D. Norrls Is enjoying a visit with his brother, who Is hero from Liberal. Star Perkins have a new Ford ceupe. The Ladles Guild meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. PI1 Teeters. Mrs. Annie Witt, Mrs. DelJen- bach and Mrs. Ferddle Krouae attended an all day meeting of the Christian aid of Abbyvlile Thursday. Mrs. Irean Gresha% and Mrs. Bettle Thompson entertained the Study club Monday night, a good crowd attended and everyone enjoyed the evi-ii.ng. The next meeting will be Dec. 1st. at Hazel Dorrschuck with Ethel Perkins as assisting Hostess. Quito a numb r have taken their chllldren from school on account of the scarlet fever epidemic Uiat Is going around. ADVENTURES OF THE TWINS. •y Ollv« RobirVi Barton.' MISS MUFFETTS RIDDLE. It wai ill don* up In pink and blue, satin ribbon and looked wonderful. "Hero'« a riddle In rime," said i the Riddle .Lady. "See If you can 4,'uess Itl ''The talrlei have spun some lace so fine, i Twould never do for a dress of! mine, i But 'twould be line for an elfin ;Who wouldn't mind If It blew away. . | "Tha silver thread was spun at night, From a single shred of moffnbeam bright^ And patterned after the rising sun, ^Wlth rays like wheel-spokes neat' , ly run. '•When each flue piece was done— then tried, And all spread out on the grass - and dried, {For ^moonbeam lace-, when fairies get through, Is sura to be damp on account ot the dow). "It looked like fairyland washing day, i If you had chanced to pass 'that way. And you'd never dream each skirt and blouse, Was nothing else .than a iplder's house." "II la a cobweb?" shivered Mls» Mtiffet. "That's exactly what it U," said lha Kiddle Lady. "A cobweb. What will you have for a prize, my clour?" "A box pt candy, If you please," said Atlas .Muffet promptly, "I am tired ot curds aud whey," "A live-pound box ot chocolate drop* tor MIM Muffet," said the fUddl* Ladjf . Pitttor at ' Lyona Plead* for • Better Undcratandrng. ST. TERESA'S GYM CLASS TO, GIVE EXHIBITION. Sanguter, Leo McCabe, Phillip Sat-! K<mJ the Classified mon and Otis Hrar.pl!. I menu In the News-Herald Lyons, Kan., Nov. 22.—A more cordial relationship between Amor- cans and Mexicans was the plea made at the Lions club meeting by the Rev. Yrene, pastor ot the Mexican mission church. The Uov. Yrene Is a native of Mexico. He said that b,oth great countries were neighbors with common Ideals and aspirations and seemingly with the »amo destinies. Lying side by side and both of hem republics, he said that the good ot humanity dictated they should dwell .In peace. Despite the conflicts that have •ecently occurred In the southern republic, the tendency of tho people of that 'country Is to better citizenship and higher Ideals. He said the mass of well Informed. Mexicans 'believe In the unselfishness of American aspirations and that tho United Slates Is tho true and great friend of Mexico. Whatever them may be.of suspicion lack ot cordiality between lha two peoples is born of Ignorance ot each other. The speaker said that It was his mission In this community to help develop the best 'here Is in the Mexican population here, to Inspire residents ot Mexican blood to live In n manner that will beget the respect and confidence of the American!. "We enjoy the privilege! you (rant us under your laws and the talrneif with which you treat us," he said. "It li a fine .example ot International frlendlinen and the only way our Mexican residents here can show their real appreciation of these advantages Is to live In conformance with all .of your laws, uprightly and honestly." Smith to Preside at Bar Convention The State Bar Association ot Kansas will meet -next Monday and Tuesday at Independence, Knns. Local attorneys who will leave here Sunday night to attend are: J. s. Simmons, A. C. Malloy, F. Dumont Smith, C. M. Williams, F. L. Martin, Frank Hettinger and Don snar- ter. F. Dumont Smith la a member ot tho executive council and will preside at the second session Nov. 24. He will open the meeting with a report of tho committee on Americanization and cltlzenablp. Negro Choir to Sing at U. P. Church The A. M. B. church choir as a special number will sing at tho Sunday evening sertlces ot the United Presbyterian church. This choir has earned quite a reputation for superior work and has sung once before at the church. Many ro/juests have been made that tliej( alng again. The speaker at the church In the morning Is Mrs. W. J. Adalr, for six years B missionary with her husband. Rev. Adar among the untutored and primitive people of the Sudau In Central Africa. MIDLAND—Monday for' all week, "Honey Bunch" with com- plats changes Wednesday and Friday and n special bill Thanksgiving Day. ROYAL—Monday for 3 days, "Babbit" byeinclalr Lewis, start- Ing Thursday, Driuslas McLean In "Tho Yankee Consul." D<*,UXE—Monday nnd Tuesday, "One Law for the Woman"; Dednesday and Thursday, "Bcnrnraouche," nnd Baby. Peggy In "Our Pey"; Friday and .Saturday. Leo Maloney in "Hunting Trouble." IRIS—Monday, "Mind Over Motor" with all star cast. Tuesday, "The Toll « the Sea" with Kenneth Harlan. Wednesday, "Tiger Thompson" with Harry Carey. Thursday, "Pioneer Trails" with Cullen Landls ,and Alice Callioun. Friday, "Ten Scars, Make a Man" with Allone Ray, Saturday, ''The Shooting Star" with Billy Sullivan. •With Thanksgiving coming next week, local theatre managers have arranged for flome extra good programs no that their patrons can give their guests an .evening's good entertainment. Sinclair Lewis Story <• Coming Scene f>om'Ba.bbitl' a. BAO», g Rate Reduction to Help Southwest Jn short crop years, when the southwestern Kansas farmers are unablo to produce enough, corn and other enarso grains for their livestock, they will be able to ship such crops from Nebraska at lower rates, if the luterstata Commerce Commission at Kansas City acts favorably on tho case how pending to secure a reduction in freight rates, according to Cbas. Colby, secretary of the Hiitchlnson Board of Trade. Most of the schooln ot China have opened their doers to women In recent years. Only such a master of character- Iznllon us Sinclair Lewis could have .built up a "Babbitt," typical of the American business man of practical exterior, whose heart Is young with dreams of romance. And It Is this story of "Babbitt," In all Its realism and wlstfulness that will he shown at the Royal Theatre, beginning Jlonday for three days. Sinclair Lewis, in his book, has d^awn to tha life, the Important man of affairs, whose activities In the civic, social and business world of America has made thla country what? It IB. He Is hard-headed, shrewd, money-getting and practical, yet there Is the side that never appears— ;that hunger for spring time with 'its fragrance of romance. That Is the character that WH- lard Louis portrays In the Warner iBros. Classic of the Screen. "Babbitt." He Is bored with his wife, iMyra, aa played by Mary Aldcn; tired of the constant quarrellnR of his children; weary of the colorless routine of his real estate offlcs. Blindly he Is seeking the "something" life Is cheating him of. The Honey Bunch Musical Show As a departure from the usual run of photoplays and vaudeville tho Midland announces, fov all of next week, the engagement of "Honey Bunch," In reality one of tha largest musical shows entour at popular prices this season. "Honey Bunch" boasts of some twenty-six or seven "real folks." in cluding a singing anil -dancing HONEY BUNCH, MUSICAL COMEDY COMING TO MIDLAND NEXT WEEK So the footman is rod velvet who did all her errands as woll as drive! her coach and four, brought a lovo- ly box of candy to the little girl. U was all done up in pink and blue satin ribbon and looked wonderful, and I do wish that if anybody writes -another poem about her that he will make it something like this: "Little Mis* Mitffet she sat on a tuffet, | Kating chocolate all done up in i blue, j Now If I had spied 'er ore Ihey got' Insiclo 'ef, I'd have made her a. call, wouldn't .you?" ' But there is room for another riddle so I'll tell you tho next one the lliddlo Lady asked. Really It is as easy as pic. .'.liuost as easy as two pies. "My fingers wears a little lint, It's good for this but not .for that It has "no feathers, or flowers, or bows. But polka-dots all set In rows." The Mnlderi AH Forlorn guessed It at once, "it's a thimble," she cried. "And If that's the prize, 1 need one. The Man All Tattarod And Torn must be mended up before our wedding day." "Here It is," said tho Riddle Lady handing It to her. "I wish, I could guess som*- thing," whispered Nick to Nancy. . "What would you do with a thimble!" Xancy wanted to know. "Anyway there ave lots more com. Ing." '- (To Be Continued.) (Cuoyrlfiht, 192<1, NEA Service, Inc.* • chorus of beauty and real ability, and Roy Klnslow known as "the funny little man." Uurlng tha stay of "Honey Hunch" next week four complete changes ot shonui ami photoplay programs will be^ given, tho same occurlng on Wednesdajr, Thanksgiving Day and Jfrlday.' It Is also nniiouncsd that" "Honey Bunch" will give three complete* perform- anc i dally, usual matinee and two evening shows. The.photoplays to run from 1 to 11 as usual at. the Midland. The boya In the St. Teresa's i high school gymnasium cln*>s linger the direction of S. H. Cronln, i physical Instruotop ot the Y. M. <'. A., will put on a irymnasliim exhibition at tho Y. M. C. A. next Tti<», day at 7:30 o'clock. Tho leaders In the elms are Jeff, "Yankee Consul" At the Royal In the role of Dudley Alnsworth In his newest of films, "The Yankee Consul," Douglns MncLean has a role that Is entirely different from any that he has ever playnd. He craved excitement and he got It. He got so much of It that there Is no end of thrills and comedy situations In "The Yankee Consul." Ainsworth landed In South Amor- Icn, where,- to save his own nock and avoid a lot ot'emburassmout, he palms himself off as the Yankee Consul. 6f course the girl he loves Is In the very place here he Is hav- fng his troubles and he risks his life to save her. Wlth.MacLean appears an all-star cast. Including tli a popular feminine favorite, •Patsy" Ruth Miller," Douglas MacLean- In "The Yankee Consul," Is coming to the Royal Thursday for three day*. AT THE IRI8THBATRB DURING THE WEEK. For the first time In the history of motion pictures, people and backgrounds have been photographed directly In their natural colors. The result of the Technicolor process Is seen In "The Toll of tho Sea," the Metro picture, showing Tuesday at the Iris Theatre. It Is a story of China, written by Frances Marlon, A cowboy Qallahad! That Is Harry Carey's uQ/iauul role In "Tiger Thompson," his new Hunt Stromberg production, a Hod- klnson release, at the Iris Wednesday. As the slow, shambling hero who assumes all the qualities of the title when there Is a certain girl In danger, Carey gives a very effective-portrayal. THE DeLUXE PROGRAM FOR THANKSGIVING WEEK. The DeLuxe has a very good program for Thanksgiving week. For the first two days, "One Law for the Woman" Is a story of the wilderness and real he men whose veins run hot with red blood. On Wednesday and Thanksgiving day the return of "Scoramouche" at popular prices In a real treat. This Is tlie first time that Rex Ingrom's picture has ever been shown nt popular prices. On Friday nnd Saturday you can see Leo Maloncy In "Hunting Trouble," an exciting story of the Texns rangers. PRETTY PRAIRIE Our football season'was brought to an end last Friday afternoon when Sterling defeated us by a score of 3 to 0. The score was tied until Sterling scored a drop-kick In the last quarter. Mr. E. H. Hockaday, our basketball coao his now arranging for «" series ot Inter-class games. The first Rono County League game will be eDe. 19. Dp to that date, all tlmo will be spent In practice and practice games. x Tho Freshman class vim have charge of the chapel exercises this Friday. The public is always cord!ally welcome. , Work on the operetta Is progressing rapidly. The members of our Debate team for the coming year are, Mario Problem', Ruth Young, Paul Dobbin. Glenn Voran, Sewall Voran, and Victor Buhler, Tho Junior play, which was presented lost Friday, was attended by a large crowd. •Monday afternoon our Principal H. K. Thompson, attended the meeting of the Lion Club, to oganlze a scholarship track meet. NEW AUTO LICENSE DUE FIRST DAY OF NEW YEAR The sUte law requires that all automobile owners mutit have their 1925 licenses on January 1, but since the county treasurer Is not allowed to soli anything but 1921 licenses up until midnight of tho last day of December is would bo impractical to enforce that law, according to Frank Y. Lewis, countv treasurer. "The terms of gottloment for au- tomoblle licenses tills year will bo strlctlycaslV," explained Mr. Lewis, who started the cash ruling last year in order to prevent the difficulties which entitle when bad chocks are received." ftOTAI TONIGHT— Rin-Tin-Tin In "Find Your Man" Usual Showt and Prlcct. Butter-Knist I Dies Not Crumble/j Try it /J TONITE— Reginald Denny In "Reckless hook—It'.* 'UK; any- tim*. MONDAY—TUESDAYi CulM« L«ndl« and Mildred Harrli —in — "ONE LAW FOR THE WOMAN" A vtvirt stlrvliiflf rtr.ima of thfl wHil*!rnes» ftlmut real men whoi*« vrtltiB ruij hot with red fighting blood. A story of youth that wrings Conifdy— "SCARED STIFF" First anowlni? in Hutch Inson of WEDNESDAY— THURSDAY— Special Program: Rex Inoram'i "SCAR AM OUCH K" A Iromendous action thriller of tli* French Revolution. First time avur prcai'iUed at tills low prlco. IRIS"" 5 * Evening lOc Tontaht—"Th« Rodso H*ro" with Billy Sulllvnn. "The Empty Stall." flr^t rrm rsi'.**- Imr*'} story. ''Lout Control," *_> n I ury c<>m f. Ay. Monday—"Mind Over Motor" with all Ftar Past. A Jny-rki* frmn *tnrt to finish. "Arabia's Last Atarm," rorn»'<?y- Tueaday—"Toll of the S«a" with Krnnfith Hartun. Hotiutlfuiiy i:olore<l film mMs fo lnr.pr«S!. of ibis gripping story. "Two Twlnn," comedy. Wednesday—"Tinar Thompson" with Harry Carey. A hiijh clans western. "Hunter* Bold," '•'UTIPiJy. Thursday — "Pioneer Trails'* with Cullpn Land.* urn, A\\vi ('iilhrmn. Nn lipttor ploturn M piririecr flays it.ts >'Vf-r boon nijiln. "Chop Su*y Louis," i-orrmly. Friday—"Ten Scam Make • Man" with Allans :'ay, "The Girl and the Gangster," first run det motive story. Pat he News, "Bluffing Bluffers," comedy. Saturday—"Tha Shooting Star." flr.it run race trnck story with .Hilly Sulllvnn. "Tempest Cody. Kidnapped," with Murln Wai. ramp. "Starving Be.ni ties," comedy with Follies FRIDAY SATUROAYt Leo MflJonay In "HUNTIN' TROUBLE An exciting story of the. Han (tern. Universal Comedy and History Comedy. 2 Big Acu Standard Vaudeville PERMEATING THE .US A W1THAGAL! LAUOHTE QCAUTirUL LITHE DAMSCLS SWAYING TQ TIMKL1NG TINGLING ' tuiih. r . — £unftest Cast of Vte GORGEOUS, GLITTERING. GIGANTIC STUPENDOUS musical comedy playing topopular prices today f IN -ADDITION: Usual Feature Picture: "THE 10TH WOMEN Hon«y Bunch: 3—7:45—10 P. M. Pictures: 1MB—4:15—6—9 P. M. Ev«t. and Th«nk»glvln a 10c—50c All Other Matlneti 10c—25c ROYAL Of-For and About ALL of Us! Monday 'Til Wednesday A Zippy, Peppy Picture about Boosters, Butinet* and Boob*, wherein it is shown that Romance, Drama and C . !y are found in unexpected place*. NEWS and REVIEW Mack Scnnctte Comedy — "ONE SPOOKY NIGHT' Schedule— 1:15, 3:20, 5:20, 7:20, 9:20 Starting Thursday— DOUGLAS MAC LEAN—"THE YANKEE CONSUL"

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