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THE HUTCHINSON NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 192* Call Telephone No. 4400 »nd ask for Society. (Items for this department must be in by 10:00 n. m.) Mr. and Mrs. .T. P. Nicholson ot Newton announce the approaching murrlngu ot their dnURhUr. Mar- gnret to Mr. John I'ortor ot Hen- body which will be solemnized nl eleven-thirty, the morning or De- comber 3 at their home. Thin announcement was made today at a Vanliy shower given by Miss Martfurel Smith mid Miss Ann Suderman at the Newton Country club complimenting Mian Nicholson. Among Iho Invited guests wore Mrs. Arthur Lewis of Denver. Colo., who Is nere and. Mrs. Churlea L. Nicholson, of Hutchinson. Miss Nicholson is well known In Hutchinson. hvnliiB often visited here. She is a irriiduulo of Knox college, tlaleshus. 111., where she was a membe rot PI Beta Phi. Mr. Porter Is field manager for Iho Watchotu Oil Co., with headquarters In .Vkansas City, where ho and bis brltlo will be at home at HIS North A street. The weddln.c wl]l not be. a large one. hut one of the feattires of the service will be a bridal chorus of sis voices In which Mrs. Nicholson of this city will take part. •i' '!> One of the smartest of the social functions of the season, was the one o'clock luncheon given today at the Disonte Hotel by Mrs. It. K. ( Mci.cod and Mrs. Paul Gano. Sixty-seven guests were seated at one long table which was decorated In the prettiest of fall colors. Three large orange pump- Uln-liko howls centered the table, the larger one In the center and (he smaller ones at either end. / 7hese were filled with bronze and yellow chrysanthemums from which /trailed bronze chiffon and yellow and orange shaded taffeta ribbon. Chrysanthemums nestled In the knots of the ribbon with here and there a bunch ot red Kmporcr grapes. At Intervals down the full length ot the table were placed, bows of the ribbon, flowers and grapes relieved by maiden hair fern. At either side of the largest bowl Mood a brass candelabra in which orange tapers burned. Places were marked for the guests with Thanksgiving place cards. Out of towns guests Included Mrs. Caarlos Chrispin of Klehmnud, Mo., Mrs. George Hereford of Odessa. Mo-, Mrs. 15. u. Yohfi of Shadybenil and Mrs. Henry Bruenlng of Salina. Tho afternoon was spent playing bridge at the McLeod residence, COO Ave., A east. Chapter CM, P. K. O. enjoyed an IiiTonnul meeting > esterday afternoon, when Mrs. William Kelly entertained with a our o'clock luncheon at her home, 1811 North Walnut street. She was assisted In serving by Mrs. Herbert Ramsey. During the regular business meeting, the ladles voted to make up two baskets ot food tor Tliauksgiv. ing dlnnner to be given to the poor. Mrs. Herbert Ramsay, chairman of the yearbook committee explained the next three programs and an­ nounced the hostesses, and stated Hint the yearbooks ywould bo ready for distribution at the next meot- Ing. Mrs, E. ('. Aspey read a most interesting paper on the subject, "The Scenic Knst," In which she took her hearers through historical New ICngltvnd. She mentioned a number of the places in thoBe eastern stales, where, incidents relative to Thanksgiving took placo. lloll call was answered with favorito Thanksgiving recipes. Tho chapter will meet In two woeka, tor a tuusl- cal pogram at the luiom of Mrs. J. Q. l!ober,ts, at her homo, tilO Ave, A east. Mrs. J. W. Campbell presided as hostess > esterday arternoon to the members of tho hudus club at her home, 221 First avenue east. Conversation and fancy work formed the diversion of the afternoon. Mrs, Ida Lewis Glazier favored the ladies with a reading. A butfet luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon. The club will meet in four weeks with Mrs. 0. C. Hippie at her home. Guests of tho club were WISE AND OTHERWISE By Mrs. W. Y. Morgan. MeK<lnnies W. S. Handles Krancls Kit.--, Nooilesh.'t R. E. Daniel .\ndieu I,at in May Kuril):*, Wichita H. U Oleckler B. Hoffhlnu Ida Lewis Glazier, Chicago, 111. .T. N. Hcrr C. V. litinte yrss i .i, ii l'alterson Chapter BY, P. E. O. mot yesterday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. A. U. Carey, 23 Eleventh Ave. west for one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Carey was assisted by Mrs. Eugene Ashe, Mre. John Starr and Mrs. J. J. Brownlee. Following the luncheon! the regular business meeting was held. Mrs. C. K. Tedrlck presented two Thanksgiving stories and Mrs. L. Trlpler Child 3ang two soprano solos. Guests of the chapter were Mrs. Tripler Child. Mrs. J. B- Mackay, Mrs. D. A. Moore and Miss Virginia Hostick. The hostess for tho next meeting in two weeks will be announced later. <s> * The members ot tho Ladies Art club gathered yesterday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Sam Hayes, S17 Last Sherman street for a Thanksgiving meeting. MrB. Hayes and Mrs. O. \V. Sprouse had charge ot the program. Discussions were held on the subjects, "Why Do \V» Observe Thanksgiving'' aud "Thanksgiving: Today and Yesterday." In the contest Mrs. O. W. Sprouse won the prize. Luncheon was served at five o'clock to the club members and their guests. Mrs. Schlickau. Mrs. Sprouse will be the next hostess at her home, ID Crescent Boulevard in two weeks. The regular meeting of the What- so-over club was held yesterday afternoon at. tho home of Mrs. It. \V. Mufitoe. bis North Poplar street. The time was spent with fancy work aud roll call which was answered with Thanksgiving thoughts. Plans were made for the Christmas grab bag which will bo held at the next meeting in two weeks, at the home ot Mrs. O. B. Lupardus, 624 Sixth Ave. east. Refreshments were served at five o'clock by tho hostess assisted by Mrs. J. H. Connaughton. * <?• Tho Rowenn Circle met In regn- lar session yesterday ntternoon with Mrs. Richard Sutton as hostess at her homo, 425 Ave. B west. One now member, Miss Ruth Bloss was ,tuken Into the club. The contests that were held were won by Mrs. II. n. Woodard, Mrs. Destler, and Mrs. Edward Ilogan. Luncheon was served at five o'clock. Tho guests of the cluli in eluded Mrs. J. C. ltcnner, Mre. H. R. Woodard and Mrs. Fred Destler. The club will meet In two weeks with Mrs. Buelah Bloss at her home, D02 Fourth Ave. east. <e> * <«• Mrs. S. M. Babbitt entertained the members of her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon yesterday afternoon at the Rorabaugh-Wlley Tea Room, An arrangement of red carnations and white sweet pens centered the table. Tho ntternoon was spent playing bridge at the Babbitt residence, 310 East 13tn street. Mrs. George Perrln received the prize tor high score. Mrs. E, H. Waltrlp was the only guest. The club will be entertained in two weeks by Mrs. Bert Snyder at her home, 127 East 17th street <y ,i> Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sprinkle presided as host and hostess last evening, when tho members of the tur SOCIAL CALENDAR Sunday. Mi.o Marsaret Hamilton will entertain the members of the Lucky 33 ciiih at her home, 827 Ave A tin. - Tne members ot the .lolly Dozen club will have their annual Thanks- Riviug dinner at Wliit'.'3 in Nicker- fcon. Monday. Mrs. J. A. Davis wflt preside as hostess to the members ot her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at the RnrabatiEh-Wlley Tea Room aud brid:ru at her home, udS Ave. A ea„l. The Alpha Delphian society will meet at the Elks club house with Mrs. Eugene Ashe, us leader. Tin 1 regular meeting of the Hutchinson Dramatic Art'club will be held with Mra. W. .1. Snellenberger ah ho.-nem at. led" home, Ulti C're : .ceiu .'Uiulevard. .Mrs. Ida Goff will entertain the ladies of the Past Matrons club at ller lium'', -121 Ave. A east. The ladies of Chapter D, P. L\ O. will entertain the B. 1. L.'s with a dinner at tho Bisontu hotel and a social evening at the home of Mrs. R. H. Hammond, Uu West 21si street. Tueiday. tiTtaln the members of the B. B. club at her home, lu7 Eleventh Ave. Wlejt. The members of the Cheerful Citcle club wl.l gather at the home of Mrs. \v. L. Watson, north ot the city. The members ot the D. of P. Thimble club will gather at the home of Mrs. Dora Griffith, 329 Ave. E east. Wednesday Mrs. 11. N. Payne will entertain the members ot the Semper Fidelia chili at her home, 110 Ave. A east. Mr.-:. .1. W. Cleudeunen will entertain the members ot the Swastika c'uh at her home, 100S Ave. A east. The members ot the J". E. C. club will u-.llicr at the home ot Mrs. H. T. Cilne, 72;; North Plum street. Mrs. C. O. W'urnock will entertain thi: ladies of the B. C. club at her home, 2'w Ninth Ave. west. Mrs. George Hausam will preside as hostess to the ladies of her bridge club at une o'clock luncheon and bridge at the Hotel Btamey. Mrs. S. L. Klser will entertain her bridge club at luncheon at the Rorubauyh-Wiloy Tt-a Room and bridge at her heme, 312 East 13th Miect. t Amity club met at their home, 600 Ninth Ave. west. The prizes for 500 were won by Mrs. J. V. Fleming and Mr. Dales Ghormley. Luncheon was served at a late hour. The guests of the club were Mr. and Mrs. Dales Ghormley, Mr. and Mrs. T. Radebaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Max Wyman. The club will meet in two weeks, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Fleming, 1017 North Madison 6treet, * « <5> Today being the sixth birthday anniversary of Carroll Lea Bell, his mother, Mrs. J. R. Bell entertained this evening with a children's party at their home, 606 Seventh Ave, east. Games and contests were enjoyed, followed by n birthday luncheon, the feature of which was a birthday cake. The guests: Maxlne Bell Joseph Thrasher Elizabeth Ann Leroy Frey Holtzclaw Kdward Thmeher Lela Mathews ni'.lle Allen Lawrence 6mlth Junior Williams i»> -8» The members of the Noname Society met at the home of Mrs. May Cole, west of the city a few miles, last night for a social time. A short program was presented, and later refreshments were served. «<!>•!> Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fearl and daughter. Phyllis ot Detroit. Mich- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fearl, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rykor, Mr. and Mrs Roy Pratz and children and Miss Cornelia Ryker will be entertained at dinner tomorrow at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scorsby In Sterling. •*• •:, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ryker of 424 Ave. A east had as their dinner guests last evening at their home Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fearl and daughter, Phyllis of Detroit. Mich- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fearl and Miss Cornelia Rykor. tt> <i> t\ <• PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. * t i Mrs. J. fl. Stevens will leave Sunday for Kansas City and Trenton, Mo. to Visit relatives and friends tor a week. It was. two years ago In April. I Happened to be In Washington and was Invited by Mrs. Harding to pay a call at the White Mouse. That visit camo vividly to my mind yosterday when I read th.it shg, was doud. She was an exceptionally strong and charming woman. I remembered how her personality Impressed me, tho day I called at the White House. It Is often difficult to analyse cnndldly ones Impressions when meeting illu- tingisbed people. One Is Inclined to overrate, or underrate them. Environment casts such a strong shadow over them t.iat It often makes a cl-'tir summing up, a difficult proposition. But Mrs. Harding's personality was clean cut like a tlulsho- enmeo. It was unmistakable. I remembei that morning when I sat visiting with her—1 couldn 't help wondering If she were not real presidential timber herself. We talked politics. Talked It as freely and as naturally as though we lived In the same precinct. She understood Kansas politics perfectly. She knew, In the convention when her hi snand had received the presidential nomination that my desire had been for w .snernl Wood. Sho also knew the, Kansas delegation was at heart for General Wood. Did that make her catty or queer. Not one bit. If there was one woman in this broad land of ours who thoroughly understood politics It was Mrs. Harding. 'She knew the game well—and she liked It. People who knew her In Washington always had words of praise tor her. They said she was a tower of strength. They said she was gentle and kind and thoughtful. She told me the day I called upon her, that her ambition was to do her Job well. I remejiber sho said, too, for me to tell the women ot Kansas that she needed them. And sho also said that day, for me "to tell the women ot my state that she had a sincere Interest In them and their proolems." And as 1 looked into her clear eyes I knew she meant what ste said. After that little close personal touch with her—I came away feeling I had rubbea shoulders with a big person. Not big In position and opportunity, but big in vision and understanding and Intention. Her out look was brond; she had candor that was most unusual and attractive. She had a heart and human interest in those about her. Mrs. Harding was a woman of Btrength. She was sincere. She was able. Her lite on earth has ended. But her example will never die. MME. CALVE AND HER PROTEpE, KATHLEEN KERSTING Surrounded by the most stylish ot pros- v „ cut-day gowns, «n PTf«J X ono of the show [j,** 1 wfndows of the \4 -> Rorabaugh » Wiley ti Dry Goods store, is the costume worn by M m e. E m m ,i Calve, tho Fronc'i diva In her debut t£ Brussels forty-four years ago. It Is the costume of tho role Marguerite In the opera "Faust." This gown will be worltr. by Kathleen Kcrstlng, youthful Kansas soprano and protege of Mme. Calvo In her debut in the sums role in Romo next March The coBtume Includes the long, flowing sllrf of lavender crepe, a violet hned velvet collnrette, a brown loather girdle tor knitting yarn and needles, steel-beaded cap and silk and lace handkerchief and has been worn by Mme. Calve it every city of an> size In the world It has not bee: worn for twont; years, but has bee: laying In a vault, waiting for tho young woman, who Mme. Calvo felt would take her place In the musical world. She has found this young woman In Miss Kersling, who will appear here In concert, Thursday evening, Nov. 27 for the Llndsborg Temple of Music benefit with Otto Fischer, pianist of Wichita and Arthur Uhe, violinist of Bethany college, Llndsborg. Miss Keratins has received word from Calve this week, that 'she Is to appear In Joint recital with the French dlvn In I^ondon, Jan. 10 and also In Paris, two weeks later, Her formal debut will be mode In Rome next March, Men Dollars Alone Won't Make Your Feet Comfortable • or Well Dressed. Stacy AcUmi Combination Lait Will Do Both. 4MMNM Mme. Calve and Mill Kentlng. United States, from Maine to Flor-j The annual Bazaar of the Meth- Ida, and from the Atlantic to theiodlst Ladles Aid of First church Shall Hutchinson Have Christmas Carolling? There Is a nation-wide movement now reviving the beautiful old custom of Christmas Eve caroling, which was once universal In England, and Christmas carols are now sung In many cities all over the Pacific. In some of tho larger cities, where It has been the greatest success, and where thejf havt literally had "miles of song," the movement has been city-wide, Christmas carols may be sung by ETOWPS of singers In corridors ot hospitals, under windows of shut- ins and Invalids, In the picture shows, and through the streets— residence and business, and a special effort should be made to sing before all homes, ( where a light Is placed In the window. Christmas caroling through the streets brings a touch of Christmas and keeps alive the real meaning of Christmas. Miss Myrna Colglazier, state chairman ot community music has had charge o'T Christmas caroling | in Hutchinson-for a number of ! years, and the practice is steadily becoming more popular each year. I She urges that Hutchinson take an nctive part In the observance of this old custom this year. (Continued on Page 9.) You Can't Beat 'Em These two nationally known Unci of shoes— Family Washing All Ironed, Partly Ironed, or Wet Wash We I'so IVORY SOAP and SOFT WATER Model Taundry DRY CLEANER* miwit w mitt? B«)B. H» PHONE 4 4 will be held In the basement ot the - ) church. Dec. 5th. Chicken dinner and lupper will be served. 22-lt The members of the Morning The members) of the Tuoiiva 1 id > Glory cluli will gather at the home . .... »,.. , of J]]s H i( 'u eaUl L '22 Second club will be entertained by Mr*. Iterniird McGaft'Iu at one o'ciock lunchoon at the Rorabaugli-Whey Tea Room and bridge, ut her home. A number of dinner parties win be given at the Thanksgiving dfu- ner dunce at the Rorahaugh-u'll-y Tea Room. Misa Hildred Huiton, Miss Con- •tauue Kiukel. Miss lleleji tlrovier. ami Miss Mable Hull . will he huM- i'&sea for tile regular Country cub bridge, luncheon. The members »M' tiie -Spauisli War Vcturans Auxiliary will meet in the O. A. R. rooms at Convention hall. Mrs. I. H. Vaeger will entertain the members of hor bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at the Hora- tmugh-Wiley Tea Room and bridge *t her borne, 215 Ton lb Ave. west. Chapter D, P. K. O. will meet with Mrs. Charles ,\\ Payne as bostesa at le r home, 'illi Kar -.t tvltormau street, as-i-t.d bv .M/>. M. II. llniwu. The regular lueelliiy of me Ilutculutiou Woman 's club will be fceld at the Elks club bou»e. Mr a, Mi galiwbtriM win an- C. 1C. King will en- ini Ave. eaii Mr. and Mrs terlain with a *mclng parly and bridge at their home, 1714 North Poplar street The annual Country club Thanksgiving dance will bu held ut uic club house. Thursday. The annual Thanksgiving ball wl.i lie held at til" Kills club house lor member.-, and their out of I!l!ll!!ll!l!lll!!llllll!lllllllll!llllllilllllllllll!llllllll!lllllllllllllt!!lll !H Christmas Gifts We have the largest line of useful and sub* stantial Xmas gifts we have ever had. For Father, Mother, Brother, Sister 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 Ii the new manager of a South Main St. Creamery. Mrt. 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 •s soon as she arrived In Hutchinson and here Ii what ihe said about It: The tone of thii little Bush & Lane Piano U every bit ai good aa my Knabe, in Volume, in Depth and *urity. H. G. PHILIPS 109 N. Walnut Thanksgiving Dinner Dance at the Rorabaugh - Wiley Tea Room Tuesday, November 25. Dinner served at 7 P. M. Dancing from 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. Call 3660 for Dinner Reservations —Menu— Oyster or Fruit Cocktail Roast Turkey Mashed Potatoes Cranberry Ice Head Lettuce Butterscotch Parfait Coffee Dressing Gravy Celery Olives Thousand Island Dressing Hot Rolls Cake Mints Get Your Kodak Out An ideal time for picture-making is autumn. Whether a hunt or a hike, have your Kodak ready foi the pictures you're sure to want. Kodaks $6.50 up—Kodak Film Foltz Pharmacies Three Stores—At Your Service. 2nd & Main 4th & Mam 13th A Main KENT TOUR H0US rUTORSTOBEm NEWS Friday. The League ul Women Voters will meet at the V. M. C. A. at two- thirty o'clock. Saturday. Mr. ami Mrs. Joy Morion will en- tertuln the members ot the Owl club at their home, 208 South Ford street. .Mr*. Clunile lbu-hamm of I'lmpier It, .\li>. mover t'tilladiiy <*!' t'hai'ler ill. .Mr.-. .1. .1 !'...'*, ill.-.. .,i CbaiHi r li', ami Mi.;.-; .wuliliue Aspey of Cluiuer CM, I'. K. (). will uivelilc UK hOKtwnts for the monthly P. 13 O. luiielteun at the Rorabaugh Wiley Taa Room. WACGIE TODDLER De Luxe Model Gome In and See Our B i g Display—Make selections now, while the stock is complete. SPECIAL SHOOFLY J. C. O'Donnell, Hdwe. ATTEND THE UNIVERSALIST CHURCH It It Different Sunday's Theme^— "THE FOUR GREAT WORDS IN RELIGION" Services Start at 11:00 A. M. James Houghton Minister Phone 3ZS0 Fourth and Main all Young Or Old When the eyes are found to have any defect—however slight—there is but one thing to do, whether you are young or old: have your eyes tested and get glasses. H. S. ZINN, Optoaietrlit The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co: The House of Quality, Henr 1 Zlnn Jno. P. Blrchfitlo GALA THANKSGIVING CONCERT Bethany College Presents A Kansas All-Star Program Kathleen Kersting, Soprano Protege of Madam Calve; fresh from artistic triumphs in Rome, Paris, London and New York, make* her operatic debut in Rome in March 192S. Arthur Uhe, Violinist One of America's outstanding violinists; Victor artist; conductor Bethany Symphony Orchestra Otto Fisher, Pianist Renowned Kansas artist and Teacher. CONVENTION HALL, HUTCHINSON, NOV. 27, 8:15 P. M. Hear the** famous artist* and help Bethany College build her Temple of Music for the great Messiah performances. Tickets 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, Plus Tax For ^Reaervation* call, phone or write J. W. Jenkins Music Co., Hutchinson, Kan. Tickets en sale all Thanksgiving day in lobby of Midland hotel, Hutchinson.

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