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PAGE EIGHT. T H E HUTCHINSON NEWS. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 19ff>_ THE NEW BUICK COACH IS HERE Call Telephone No. 4400 and ask for Society. (Items for this rtepnrt merit must bo In by 10:00 a. m.) Mr?. I,. II. Ohci- iinnniinro* llic nwirr!;ii;t> oi' litr tUuiRhUT, MUha- rliio In Mr. Jami'n IMilllips whicli WHS mili'tly t.o )*'iiiiii7 .i'<t, Sniunlny evening al nleht. n'cloili at. her ( home, 424 Twrlfih Ave. wnat. KPV. \V. H. Sti-vnis «!' Die ^"lltll UlllcMl- innnn .Mi 'tliudht. rluirrli stpoke Ui'-* ni.'trria^. \nw» In tlio lin -Hi 'in-p of lUirly 111 ihn must iullniulo Vrlt-MHls and ['.'latiiCH of III" VOUIIM couple; The vputtimy romns were heriutl- fully.itfteurntecl lii tIn; color selierne of yi.Uinv ami white, with c-hrys- unthi'miimy fdllriK every nvallaMie PI>nee. The remnony -was perl'onn. eil before the flrejilacc whirl) was banked with yellow atii] white potn poni ciiry^atithenmins and t'enis. An arraTit-'i'iiO 'lit of the ;ln \\i-rH were hanked nn the mantel from which a shower of tiny chrysanthemums hung. Miss Tressl" Vaughn sntiK "Oh. Promipe Me" preceding the ceremony, accompanied by Mis* 13a- hcllr. (Ibee, .-ist.<r of the bride. She .ilso phiyril Mendelssohn's "Weil- Kvii. March" an the youtm couple entered tlie n-om and tor^ii th -ir l»lare.-. Following the service, re- tri'shments were served in i^e o.n- ing room. The table was centered with a l.ildo'ri cake, lopped -with yellow rnsn-A and surrounded by maiden ii.'ir fern and pom porn chrysanthemums. Yellow tapers huttied in crystal candlesticks at either end of the table. The bride bad for her wedding dress, a costume of brown crepe .latin, notion and cream lace trimmed. She wore n corsage ot bride's ros"s and sweet peas Mr. am! Mrs. Phillips left Saturday evenintr or a short wedding trip and will bo ai home upon their return tu their residence, In youth lluii lilnsun. Mis. Phillips Is a popular yomtK ( woman of Ihe younger set and has lived lore and in South Hutchinson ifliici: birth. .She attended liiith school here and was anlutatorlan j of (lie c^iss ot 1I120. For some time, slit-, was employed as deputy count) uuperlatendciit at the county courthouse, hater sue attended Sterlint; colicye. Mr. Phillips is a son ot" Mr. ana Mr.-.. Tom Phillips of south ot Hutchinson :.niL is a well known \oiiiic, husiness man of the city. He is sules nianaizer at the Superioi Motors company She was accompanloil here by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard CilleR, who will spenu the weok end. MISK I,iui.ra YaRgy will came Tliurstlay morning from Kansas Clly, Mo., where she it nttemlltiK MIRS llarstow 'B Bchool to spend the week etui with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. 10. YaKK.v. .Miss Gertrude Giles, who is attending elioot at Manhattan tills yce.r. will come Wednesday to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. fJ. K. Giles . <? i^- PER30NALS OF SOCIETY. (jut of town quests for the wed-! | ding Included Mrs. Klsle Jackson !-.?> ami Miss .Mary Alice Ilraum or Sterling, Miss Rose Datfa and Misy 1-Jdna Anderson of Partridge, Miss Helen (.'iivrle of Hed'amls. Calif., anil Mr. John Edgar of Uur- ' dick. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hamilton and son, n/llle Jr., anil Mis* Helen Davis will go to Wichita, Thursday, where Mrs. Hamilton anil son unci Miss Davis will spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Hamilton's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. McNabb. Mr. Hamilton will go on to Knld, Okla. to he with his father, Mr. Robert Hamilton. Miss Murjorie Montgomery was one of tho Blxteen new members elected to the MacDowoH fraternity at the Kansas University. This Is a fine arts society. Miss Montgomery will come Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Montgomery. tv. •;> Mr. William Glascock and 'Mr. fitly Glascock will come Wednes day evening from Lawrence to spend Thanksgiving with their parents, Air. and Mrs. Guy Glascock. I •« * ^> I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Freeman and son. Perry of Wichita will come Thursday to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ilendrlck- son, <•' <?• Dr. and Mrs. G. U Cowan of Dodge City spent the woek end here with Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Cowan. A-. <•-• Mrs. A. J. Shifter and daughter, lsubelle and Mrs. J. M. Cowan will go to Wichita tomorrow to visit friends. <S> <j> THE DAILY RECORD MarrlAoe Uceniei. Vllninrn A. Hippies. B'.i. Mulvane, untl Mary t-:. KuiMiill, -4. Mulvaiie. 1.1. It l.'rerkett, Uutchlnfi'jii, and Kthol Thompson, 21, Hutchinson. Sulta Filed In District Court. Hula King vs. V. V. King ami -jr. V. Kins, lojiulet title Deads. Mary Meier to Oliver Gllinore, NE'i h:><, ot NVV'i J-S3-4 »7,M)0. C. S. Laird to Almu Laird, S 115 ft lot I & S 115 It \V lr.'i It lot 2 bk II Ilui '.-liliiKoii Inv Co 5th add HutcMiiy.'li Jl.H0. W. II. .Scon tn P.. V. Rcgur. tract N'K'i 51 .11 'J. Cttarl-s II. iTraft to James O'Neal, li>m si 3S :c. hk ! Iloven *t.tK>. Henry O'NVH) to lti-s.-il« Hcadley, lot 1 S l,k SO Haven 11.00. tieo. K. (iaiio to Kllzuhetli Kaparlce. letB r. 6 Uk IM Hutchinson Inv Co 3th add Hutchinson H.00. Lavhl <*. Ltanks to Tuistecs at Hartley Chitrcli. all lot-s :.4 Ml F.ast Lllgger .Si Hnmlv ad.l lliltchlnsun J4.100. Siiv.ili 1-:. Miller <t al to W. J. Wlld.ii. let 71 Ave D cast Hutchinson Sl.ui'. Cliarlcs llrLtill .nry et »l to .lames W. Lnwaoli, tract NliU 13-23-T H.WI. Pannie L. Tipton to Cliartes J. Jennings, lots 31 3G hk I. Wilcox Bdd Hutclimson Jl.fa. Frank Plckrull to F. R. and Beulnlt Khcrsele, lot 1H *. W 11 It 17 bit 3 Hutchinson Inv Co tst add Hutchinson SI.(m. Jesse Liim-ford Shff. to Charles O. Ilennelt. lot 28 (t W III ft 27 l.k 2 Kalrvlew add Hutchinson t53B. Hill Climbing Race By Motorcycle Club W AGGIE TODDLER De Luxe Model Come In and _ See Our B i g == Display-Make == while the stock H is complete. It li On Exhibition by the ! Woods-Hereford Motor Company this Week. The Wood-rferoforil Motor company Is today displaying tha new coach, the newest, creation of tho j TJuIck Motor company. Two of tho new coaches, one ot i he Master model and tho ot'^ur I ho Standard, were put. on display this morning ami many woro there who visited the salesroom today and seen these cars. Tho new models have, all tho features of engine and construe- Hon that have all Uulck models I — t and the coach Is longer, which al-l— selections tlOW. lows for on extra wide door on 1 "~ either side, which provides easy entrance to either front or rear seals. The door la wldo enough that one can enter the back scats and the occupants of the front need not got out of the car. The length also prov des for extra deep cushions In coth front and rear seats and tho tilting front seats have springs in the seat back as does tho rear seats which insures easier riding. The seats are covered with durable and attractive upholstery and the Interior of the car is lined to match. This makes the interliri of the car attractive and Inviting, j There is a tool rocket provided In , the lining of tho shroud at the > rlTbt. ! The Coach is equipped with tho new ventilating windshield which ; is operated by a handle so that i any amount of air can bo let into j the car, thus assuring one a well ] ventilated car iu the hot weather,! but when closer tight, it. is water • proof and wiud proof. All the in- ; terlor hardware is attractively flu- 1 ished and heavily nlckto plated, i Tho door windows and tho glass panels back of the t 'oorB can easily j bo raised or lowered with a tew , turns of the ' an .'ie. The ( dash Btrument is attractively arranged to harmonize with the rest of the car and they arc eon'" wltn rear '-.Ion mirror, nutomntic wind- j shield wiper, dome lamp, rear Xnias Headquarters; This store is truly a gift headquarters, with toys and useful gifts for everyone from the tiniest tot up to Grand Dad. WlllllllMMHM<tl«MMimHMMII>M>IMIH »*it "We/c/Ts Better Grade ij For The Better Trade" | Children's Dress Up Shots 1 Best quality white or i Dull Mack kid tops * Patent vamps— * Mouse Top Patent Vamp Same Sizes Sizes 3 to 5 J2.W Sixes 5>/» to 8 350 Sizes V/» to 11 4.85 Sizes HVi to 2 5.»S % 28 % N.Msin 28 N. Main ;; _ SPECIAL SHOOFLY || 1 J. C. O'Donncll, Hdwe I Phone 3250 Fourth and Main The hill climbing races which were slaged eight miles north on Plum street yesterday afternoon by J °^ t {'^ an^foot rest for occupaTits the Hutchinson Motorcycle club I 0 { the rear seat. The Master created a great deal of interest i c -ich is finished with Duco Cabalt TOMORROW'S EVENTS ill.'-. A. 11. Thlessen entertained Saturday i .i'lernoon with a* children's parly nt. her home, PJ West 21st street, complimo Hug her nmdl* son. Floyd Halrd on his slxtn birthday. .. nun was roe t with eamns and contests, the prizes going to Martha M.-iyfiold anil Ores- venor Seward. A birthday luncheon eon was served at the close of the afternoon 's play. The roosts- itiiu'. r«i.iv I 'yes J. I). Oonwilt Jr 1 VI.,X:> S.w.inl ' >l*osv, ni.r y<-wanl Martbn M .i>'f L.-ld Tern KtMiiev J'-:i II • Jjii-ii'f.- A'hi-n Tullle ttnvnvml I*VMMD nil:!" Mack»>- Jitm- s MuM;,tn jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. \V. Hose was pleasa'.itly suriirlsed yesterday at their count , 'y home near N'lekerson. when a party of friends and relatives gatheri il there to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Hose. The guests Included'. Met.".-™ and til. A. Go. v |, MtS'latms-- nn.l diniKlittt, Howard Sltilitnul. all nf Niekerson Charles Itoff -Mrs T. Q. M"tire, unit daut -'ht. r, llatelilnton Vrcldc Stum;hten Mes.-ers— 'Old daiigiitei, l'nlll Henollet, ail ol !1titehui !:on Hoy lt *;iiollel, .tai.\ Iteiiollet, 14. A. Lynn*, 'ohn (lossinnn, ull of NiclcerEon r. A. Mltchti, The members of the Jolly Dozen club held their annual Thanksgiving dinner last evening at Whitl's lu Nlckerson. The tables were graced with yellow chrysanthemums. Those present w^re M I i -wl-y Wlatull II irv.-v Ihirrls .MHv'in Millin .!:o'l; MaNlel'hOn Mh-.o f — I '1 [llie'.-l- C'llillllS .d:.\lui' Mat*U.r."e % and Ml-rHi .'tlH' s - William C.lllns l:'.arl M.-F.i«Meli A. A. Mcllllirc Jehu 1 ' a\vo ..i .1 Ylirtu-li l.oiinie I'e'.lin^ trjiOik \S'eiUett Mr. Kinersou (.laruy h:is gone "> Philadi-l|ihla, Pu.. where lie will .-. ud Thanksgiving, with his son l'imerson Carey, Jr., w' > Is a stu- deui at Cornell Jinlvurslty, Ithaca, X. Y. this year. Cornell plays Pennsylvania Stale I'uiversity Thanksgiving day, al Philadelphia. Tho members of the Tasma Tid club will be entertained by Mrs. Bernard McGaftln at ou o'clock luncheon at tho Rorabailgh-Vnioy Tea Room. The annual Thanksgiving din- tier dance will bo held at tho Rorabaugh-Wiley Tea Room. Tho regular meeting of the D. | ot P, Thimble club will be held with Mrs. Dora Griffith as hostess, at her home, 329 Ave. E east. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Fearl will entertain at dinner nt the itorabaugh-Wiley Tea Room. Miss Hildred Hittton, Miss Constance Kinkcl, Miss Helen Oro- vler and Miss Mable Hults will be hostesses for tho regular bridge luncheon at the Country club. Mr. and Mrs. I,. ' B. Douglass have made reservations for a dinner party at the Rorabaugh Wiley Tea Room. Tho members of the Spanish- American War Veterans auxiliary will meet In the G. A. R. rooms in Conventlln hall. Mrs. I. II, Yeagor vllt entertain the members of her bridge clubj at one o'clock luncheon at the Ror-! almugh-Wlley Tea Room and bridge at her home, 215 Tenth avenue west. Chapter D, P. H. O. will meet in regular session, at the home of Mrs. ChRrles N. Payne, 019 East Sherman street with Mrs. M. H. Brown assisting. he members of tho Hutchinson Woman's club will meet at tho Kilts club house. Mrs. John Sollenberger win preside as hostess to tho membtrs of the U. I). club at her home, 107 Kievonth Ave. wost. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wlialou will entertain at dinner at Iheir home, '^i West 'Jllrtl street, i Mrs. Clarence Fearl will entertain the members of her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at the Rorabaugh-Wlley Tea Room and bridge at her home, 3011 Third Avo. east. The regular meeting of tho Morning lilory club will be hold with Mrs. R. R. Hean as hostess at her home, Second Ave. east. The members of the Cheerful Circle club will gather nt the country home of Mrs. W. L. .Watson. among the .150 on lookers. Klve different races were run with the different sized machines. Herbert Spurgeon, riding an Indian, won first in the 37 cubic inch motor class. E. L. Graves and Chae. Cow.ey, riding Harley- Davidson machines, took second and third places. Clias. Cowley on a Haney-Davidson, won first in the race for machines of the "61" type. Nelson Chase and Herbert Spurgeon, took second and mini respectively, both riding Indian motorcycles. Oliver Hudson on nn Indian won first in the "SO" open contest. Herbert Spurgeon, also riding an In-1 Rev. II. C. Bundy occupied the dian rook second and K. U Graves I pulpit of the Calvary United ou a Harlej-Davidaon took third, j Brethren church yeste.'dny morn Blue, body nnd hood with white ivory stripping nnd ..\e top of body with Duco Black and the wheels are In blue also, the Standard Coach Is finished in Duco Brewster Green Body and hood upper part of body in Duco black and t.).' wheels and body is striped in Zunl green. The Wood-Hereford Motor Co. invites the public to visit its showroom nnd view this new Bitlck, and time. Unloading a Car Kenryetta (Okla.) Lump Cash Price $9.75 per ton Delivered This is a good all-purpose coal. Lots of heat and fairly clean. McArthur Ice Co. "Ask Your Neighbor About Us" Phone 304 Yard 211 West 4th PREPARE FOR REVIVAL I AT CALVARY U. B. CHURCH In the "SO" novice race, Everett Crey on a Harley-Davldson took first, Chas. Cowley on a Harley- Davldson, second, and Johu Zook on an Indian, third. We've Much To Be Thankful For In his Thanksgiving sermon last evening at Trinity Methodist church, Rev A. E. Henry stressed the ninny things which the world has to be thaukful for. especially the religious world. He enumerated many of the great movements and their progress during the past year. At the church service in the morning Ihe annual service of the Women's Home Missionary society waB held and a collection of about J50 taken up for this work. iug and evening, owing to the ill- : ness of Ihe pastor, Rev, W. T. ; Snyder. The sermons were in ; preparation for the revival serv- [ ices which will begin next Sunday i evening. j To Pretent Pageant. ; A Thanksgiving pageant will be given next Sunday morning at tho Bible school hour at the First: Christian church tinder Ihe dlrec-; Hon of Mrs. F. F. Walters. About j twenty young men and women will j take part In the pageant, t Thanksgiving Masquerade Ball at Yoeman Hall, 006^. N. Main, Wednesday night. Pageant GJven at Lutheran Church A sepclal Thanksgiving program was held at' the Zton Lutheran church last evening. A pageant depicted tho Thanksgiving spirit of the children of Christian Amer- loa and how the children of the foreign lands were barred from the gates of Heaven because of lack of tho spirit. Then when the Thank* giving offerings were taken and the light shown to these foreign born thoy also enter Into the gates. A thank offering taken at the close of the service amounted to over $4D. The music was furnish- eil by the orchestral club under the direction of Richard Hall. The UUKIIV'SS and Profession il Women's club of Lyons will have u| dance tomorrow evening ut the: j Lyons auditorium and the members', ,v of the Hutchinson club and their; | friends are cordially invited. Ke- \ j I reshtuenu will be served during the Intermission. Y. W. C. A. NOTES. The meeiiiiK of the Hulehinsnii llnintnllc Art club will be held this evening al the home of Mrs, P. S Hetlril'iltn, -119 Ktisl. Pith street In stead of which Mrs W .1. Snellen- heri;er us wan previously an- nottui.-ed Miss Margaret Johnston, Miss RUa (iutli. Miss Helen fisron and Miss Pauline Curhurt will come from Mary Mount college, Sallna, Wednesday evening to Bpend the week end Willi their parents, •y v <a Mrn. 11. B. Giles has returned from (iroenshurg, where she lias bfccu spending tho Hurt two weeks T'he.o will be an important meeting of the A'h'et'c club of the V. W. C. A. this evening at eight o'clock in the Y. W. C. A. parlors at the Y. M. C. A. A program will bo presented following the business meeting. •ij CHURCH NEWS ' * The members of her Sunday Bchool class ot the First Methodist church will meet with MrB. J. M. Shepherd, W> Ave. U oast tomorrow afternoon at which tluio a memorial service will bo held for Mrs. K. A. Zimmerman, a tonne member of the class. Service Lasted Until Midnight So Interested was the congregation at the Naznreue church in the evangelistic service last night that the service continued until almost midnight. j Tho speaker, Rev. .7. A. Krlng, spoke ou "Eternal Punishment," giving a vivid description of hell. There was a crowded house. Prof, and Mrs. London and Roy Stevens sang a trio. There were about twenty men and women at the altar for prayer and about fifteen made pro.'esslons. A New Buster Brown New Shade of Brown with light tan top. from 'SH to 2 14 N. MAIN Hosiery Read This Ad! It is sure to contain something of interest to you for that Thanksgiving dinner. Come in and see before you buy. Hundreds of contented customers trade at our Yellow Front Stores and Markets. Are you numbered airupng them? There's a World of Difference in SOFT WATER WASHING j Let if* prove it to you— Send u» your family bundle and *ee how much whiter, softer and sweeter everything is. Every drop of water used in our plant is rainsoft. One of the services below will fit your need*. Just telephone. Prim Prest Everything beautifully Ironed, sweetly washed und ready to use. Rough Dry All flat work Ironed, underwear and hose fluffed ready to use, wearing apparel starched ready to Iron. Wet Wash Everything wash od, most of the moisture removed, ready to Iron, starch or dry. Nothing Ironed. DRY CLEANERS 3T-29 W«rt S*x-ond Waltw BoihmMfld PHONE 4 4 J Solid GRAPE FRUIT 4 for 25c Manchurin WALNUTS 24c Lb. Dates, lb 15c Layer Figs, lb 25c Fresh Roasted Peanuts lb .18c Cranberries, lb 16c Pop Corn, 2 lbs 15c New Crop Black Walnuts, 4 lbs 25c HALF DOZEN SP^ED FISNDS CAUGHT BY COPS YESTERDAY An even half dozen speeders were arre.s'.eii yesterday and last night by the. ever watchful minor cycle officers:!. The offenders were Merl Hudson, "Va North Main; \V. ('. llise, 126 Sherman West; Walter (llbson, JCingman; A. L. Wheeler, rjlitl r Ave. A east; (1. (.'. Hilton, l(i.S Hhofnian east and J. O. Mct'asllne, (ill KI B hih avenue wt 'St. AETNAl/,10 NOW. Urehm's. Phone it. s-m.w-fCtl Pearls See our window for the National Advertised Indestructible Pearl, the pearls that have the mur­ iatic acid test, for one- half hour. A written guarantee with every string. The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. Tlic'House of Quality Henry 2lnn Jflo. P. ttlrchflelo Our Fresh Roasted Coffee Costs You Less Than lc Per Cup—A trial will convince Dillon's "Best" Coffee, lb. - - - Dillon's Red Label, lb. . -50c| Dillon's Peaberry, lb .. .42c Hostess' Delight, lb ... .47c I Dillon's Special, lb 31c Every Pound Guaranteed. THE NEW BUICK COACH IS HERE N. B. C. Soda Crackers, 3 lb. Box 36c Premium Scda Crackers, 3 lb. Box... .42c Graham Crackers, 2\ lb. Box 29c | Fresh Corn Meal, 10-lb. Bag 35c Michigan Navy Beans, 3 lbs 25c 12i Lbs $1.00 Sugarl21bs. i l : °° DiKon's "Red Label" $0.00 Flour. 48 lb. Sack - ^ RIGHT" PRICES IttGHXQMLIT 5 J. S. Dillon & Sons' Stores Co. Eight Clean Yellow Front Stores. SATISFACTION PARAMOUNT WITH U§ After School T HBdeliciousneu of Unerala Graham O .i' '• them a treat foe children, and forgrov..v • detectable nut-like flavor comes from r. finest graham ">our ground in ihe c'.!-: between real burr -stoncj. At your gr.x;- or by tba pound. ihe Uneeda Graham Cracj W% * ft, Mft *rj Read the Classified Ads in The News-Herald. •

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