The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 25, 1924 · Page 5
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November 25, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 5

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1924 THE HUTCH TN SON NEWS, PAGE FTVE. LEGION MEN URGED TO PULL TOGETHER New Post Commander, Louis D, White, Began New Year With a Speech. Louis D. White, tliu now com- ninnder of Lyslu Klsliel post of the American Legion, began the lender- Bhlp of the orKtinigntlon lit tlio first meetln|g of the new ypnr Inst night at tlie Armory. In Ills opening ml- dress ho urged tlin Region men to forget their racial, religious or| other prejudices mid work together for the good of tlin organization. The members o[ Die organlmtlon voted to giro $111 for work of the llulchliiHon lied Cross. They also agreed to adopt a distinctive American Legion cap, made up on the order of the overseas cap, with the emblem of the orgnnizatlon on the front. It will he worn on all special occasions. The local post of the Legion will meet on the second mid fourth Tuesday nights ot the mouth in the future, according m a decision made. last, night. The change was made for the benefit of ninny members who have lodgo meeting* or other engagements on Monday nights. A round table Introduction of all the 30 or more members who were , present hist night, was carried on by Commander White, who kept the hunch laughing by bringing out ennie ot the distinctive characteria- • tics of the members as they were j Introduced. Ilefreshments were served at the close ot the meeting. CITY TOURIST PARK CLOSED FOR SEASON Report of Custodian L. E. Rof f Shows that 8,249 People were Accommodated. The splendid accommodations ihich are given tourists at the Hutchinson Tourist Park treo of chorgo has been greatly appreciated by the large number of auto travellers who stopped hero during .the pant season according to L. K. , Uoff, custodian ot the park. The tourists in many cases expressed surprise that no charge was matte _ here was the privilege of using the .'tourists park, ho explained. Mr. Ruffs records show that a . total of 8,"til people and 2.91.4 cars were taken cure of at tlio park during Urn tourist season which opened on April 1 and continued until •November 2-t. The park is now closed for the winter months. »Mr. Kofi'" says thai the tourists havo continued to stop lu at the park during the past month In spite ot the Inclement vventlior. Ills records show that 252 people and .TTi cars stopped at the park this mouth. Although most ot the tourists travel ;n cars of oue make, or another, Mr. Koft reported that not 'long ago a man and his wife who •ware touring thu country on foot, stayed over night at the park.Thoy we.ro enrouto from Chicago to Dodre City when- they were going • to visit relatives. Scrapped S <% The "Lion," once flagship of Admiral Beatty's fleet and a maker of history during the war, now is being dismantled and prepared for demolition. Disarmament is coming—in spots. METHODIST MISSIONARY SOCIETIES HELD.MEETING The members of the Women's Tlome Missionary societies of all the Hutchinson Methodist churches mot. this afternoon at ilie home of Mrs. (J. \V. Morris, 3U2 Twelfth uwnuc west. .vfri;. rtoy Henuihg, W'.'uhtla. cimference pivsldent of tin; society spoke. Other out-of- lown guests were Mis. Hussoll llibbs and Mrs. W. T. Wanner. MOCSRN WOODMEN HOLD REGULAR MEETING The Modern Woodmen of America held their regular meeting lasl night at Woodmen hall, 21 West Sherman. The program consisted largely of a business session. Tlin regular election of officers will ho held at tho next meeting. Giving the Dollar lU Just Due You are interested, of course, in seeing that your dollars are spent where they will bring the greatest returns in quality, quantity and satisfaction. That's why every dollar you spend here will bring you a full 100 cents worth of value, and more, frequently, if based upon what others charge for the same quality of merchandise. Buying for our hundreds of stores, combined with efficient, economical business methods, assures you quality merchandise here at lowest possible prices. royA > r ~Tiinuni Tea and C-'^ig Set. These to; .jminuin Tea iets and f ,iw- Sets are xact repf \f other's. l—d* Utility aluminum be put f tctual sets col t at' of of good *r an Atil sary .pieces, contain 4. 8. ., neces- „ing sets 12 Dieces. .LITTLE HUTCHINSON GIRL PLAYING IN THE MOVIES; Utile Virginia Loomis, S years, j .. the daughter of Mrs. UertrmU • Loomis, a former Hutchinson wo- j i man, is one of the actors in 411.- movie play entitled "Dubbin" j which Is being shown »i the lloyal theatre. Tho little ulii and her • twin sister have been i-iniaged in ffiovie studios for some time. j here nre some suggestions for youi Christmas shopping. You will find many others in our store at remarkable savings, due to our 571-Store Buying Power. Begin your Christmas shopping now! f/afe 571 DEPARTMENT STORES 10-22 South Main Hutchinson. Kas. Christmas! This is to call to your attention the readiness of our Store to Kelp you with your Christmas shopping. We are prepared with interestingly complete stocks from which appropriate gifts can be selected for every member of the family, as well as friends and relatives. Your Christmas shopping will be a pleasure to you here. We hare anticipated the Holidays with gift goods that will help you do your Christmas shopping quickly and profitably. Service Plus. Ttt^t showing goods, wrapping them up and taking the price, is not enough. • There must be SERVICE PLUS if the transaction is complete. Goods must be of dependable quality—NOT shop -worn, imperfect or "seconds." The price mast be as low as the market makes possible. The customer must be given every consideration ; not hurried or delayed—courtesy mast be unfailing. This is SERVICE PLUS—the kind of service vou always enjoy at this Store. Metallaphones For Musical Children Metallaphones with mahogany finish, gold painted decorations, and keys ot gold and silver bronze. Three sizes, low priced from 49c to $1.23 Vehicles For Children A Good Assortment at Low Price* Children can not only "see the wheels go 'round* but thej can make them go iround and hive lots of fun and rr-"•'.» doing it, if Santa Clans brings them such gifts as thes?. 'tVerc are Tot Bikes for the smallest children and scooters for the larger ones, besides other vehicles of*various kind* Coaitar Waroa* with disc wheels, rubber tires, and sU/ bolster. .$7.49 and 17.SO ScooUrs with roller bearing disc wheels and rubber tires $3.98 and HW Tot Bikaa with disc wheels, rubber tired. Several sizes $2.89 to $4-98 Automobiles In <i variety of styles with munv fittings, S6.90 to $14 .75 Velocipedes In a variety ot stlzes and styles. Ball hearing, llubber tired. Adjuslnblo saddle <...84 .98 to $9.90 Electric Percolators A Big Value at Our Lower Price! Through our unusual buying power we are enabled to offer you Electric Percolators at a most unusual price. Take advantage of this opportunity to save— and to secure an excellent percolator which will last for a long time. This aluminum percolator Holds 8 Cups It heats quickly and holds heat well, for it is equipped with the regular "Hold-Heet" percolator element. Has detachable cord and connector plug. Only our volume business can account for our low price of only $2.98 Mechanical Trains And Electric Trains—Fun for Boys! These are the kind of trains Dad likes to play with) They are favorites with all boys, too, and are fine for developing the mechanical instincts of the youngsters We have a splendid assortment from which low prices. Mechanical Trains o Q See the American Flyer, all ready for a trip c to with a locomotive, tender, and cars on the track. %A OB An assortment from ' Electric Trains *4 on * These are complete enough to win the heart tt> of any boy who likes anything which "goes." $16.75 There are several styles to choose from. Dolls! The Favored Gift for Little Girls! What gift is more welcome to little girls than Dolls! They never lose their charm for their small "mothers" I i We have a splendid assortment of dolls from which you may choose at our lower prices, There are dolls with painted hair and eyes, dolls with real hair and moving eyes, dolls which look like real babies, and dolls jvhich can say "Mama" 1 In fact, we have every kind of doll one could wish for. See Our Assortment! 98c to $9.90 Give Boys Erector Sets And Tool Chests! Erector Sets of metal from which many models can be made. Tool Chests contain tools which can be used in carpentry or manual training work. Erector Sets 89c to $8.90 Tool Chests $1.39 to $4-98 Thanksgiving— Thursday Next! z fkas" This Store will be closed on Thanksgiving Day as usual. It is fitting that a day should be set aside each year to give thanks to the Omnipotent for the blessings received. It is a time-honored custom, observed on the last Thursday in November since 1863 when President Lincoln so declared by proclamation. It was first observed in America when in 1621 the Plymouth Pilgrims devoted the day to an acknowledgment of their first harvest. "Mama" Dolls At a Very Low Price We have a good assortment of "Mama" Dolls at a remarkably low price, made possible only by our large buying power. Dolls 13 and 14 inches high, with painted hair and eyes, and soft legs. Dressed in rompers or yoke dresses. Only, 98c Furniture For the Doll House White Enameled Gay Mechanical Toys The Kind Children Like to Play With Gayly painted mechanical Toys with strong, perfect mechanism. Our assortment is a large one, containing such toys as Yell-O-Taxi BaDdng Mule Bucking Broncho Pony Cart Tip Top Porter' And Many Others Books for Children Old Favorites and Many New Onesl Here -are many Books which children love, {airy talcs, rhymes, and the favorite bedtime stories. For the older boys and girls are stories of adventure, boarding school stories, and scout tales. Most children love to read, and those who are too young to do so enjoy having the stories read to them. Give them books for Christmas, chosen from oar assort* ment at lower prices. Stories of Adventure Fairy Talks and Jingles 10cto49c Popular Games and Toys Lots of Fun for Girls and Boys! See our showing of Toys suitable for children of all ages, and games which the whole family will enjoy. We have a good assortment which you will like to select from for Christmas. Toys of Many Kinds Because of the enormous quantity of Toys purchased for our hundreds of Stores for Christmas, our prices are unusually low. Do your Christmas shopping here at a saving. 49c to $1.59 Games For the Whole Family C Buy Cheaper «" Sell Quicker

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