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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 7

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, November 27, 1924
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fTHPKSDAY. NOVEMBER 27. im THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAGE SEVR*. MAJ. MAC LEAN'S BOYS' SCHOOL It I* Befog Established at Otceola, Wit, By Well h Known Kan tan. A fcoys school which will be of great Interest to many Kansans Is to be established at Osceola, Wisconsin, under the direction of Major William P. MacLean well known In Hutchinson. Such a school has long been the ambition of Major MacLean. His plan Is to organize and conduct an Instutlnn which will educate hoys preparatory to college, ami whllo somewhat on the lines of the well -known mil- Itnry school, Is to he better adapted to the conditions and opportunities which boys and young men In the future will meet. The erection or the first buildings will be completed in time for. a great summer Behool and camp next year. The school Is to bo named "The Fqunre Circle Acndnmy," the name being taken from the Square Circle Club of Topoka, the Masonic organization which gave Major MacLean substantial support In his work for the state when ho was bringing the Boys School at Topcka to the high standing- which - It achieved under his management. The location of the school at Osceola Is on the banks of the St! Croix River, a very picturesque stream and surrounded by a country which contains thousands of lakes and offers all kinds of advantages to interest and to stimulate boy activity. Before the war Major MacLean was an expert on boy stuff and playgroiinds. Turing tho World War he was an officer in the field with a rank ot'roajor and citations for bravery and leadership which ho had earned. Then he was placed at tho head of the Statu School nt Topeka, where his success secured for that Instutlon a national reputation, and he has recently been engaged in similar work In Nebraska. The energy and ability of Major MacLean are well-known throughout Kansas. Any work to which he puts himself will be wor,th while. Applications for next summer 's camp are already being received in such numbers that the success "of tho summer session Is assured In the fall of next year the regular school will be organized. Tuesday, Dec. 1 for the Christian Endeavor followed by a social lu the basement. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Osborn of Burrton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lyman. Miss Sallio Van Sickle has been sick for the past two weeks. Miss Etta Drelbolbla of Emporia Is hore visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Urelbelbls. Mrs. Henrietta Bowman of Hutchinson spent tho first of the week with MrB. Sherman Miller. LOOKING BACKWARD (Frew <n« Pile* ff The Newt) fr FIFTY YEARS AGO IN 1874 Reno county had threo representatives in New York state soliciting aid; William Ingham, C. C. MemlB and G. V. RIckBeckcr, The Little River towiiBhlp folks celebrated Thanksgiving by a reast at the Willow Grove school house. Rev. Kamp preached a sermon and an address was made by Gen. Taylor. A Royal Double Romance VALLEY Mrs. V. Priddle visited last week . at Dodge City. Class No. 9 and class No. 4 are building on class rooms to the church. • Mr. and Mrs. Alford Baker spent Friday at Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Wichita •pent Sunday with their son Kev. and Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Klucald went to Wichita Thursday. The price quartette of Wichita will give a program at the church FORTY YEARS AGO IN 1884 Mrs. T. ,1. Decker and Mrs. Charles Bloom whllo out. canvassing the town for the poor committee went into the saloon back of Carr's store and most frightened the men to death. They thought a crusade was coming. A. B. Caldwell was up from Arlington getting ready for the next session of tho legislature. Rev. Mlze of the Baptist church preached the Thanksgiving sermon at tho Presbyterian church- THIRTY YEARS AGO IN 1894 C. W .Parrlsh of Langdon bought 6,000 bushels oi corn nnd seventeen double-decker cars of sheep to fatten up over the winter. W. J. Duval was elected C. C. of tho Knights of Pythias with C. C. Colee, V. C. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Rlngle entertained for Miss Grace Rlngle of Attica, 0. The Old Settlers had a card party at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Uleason and the prize winners were Mrs. L. A. Beehe and J. B. Brown high score and Mrs. R. H. Updegraph and Sol Rati', low. TWENTY YEARS AGO IN 1904 Mrs, Lulu Stallman went to Nickerson to take up her studies at the Reno county high school. Miss Elizabeth Brown left for Birmingham, Ala., whero she was to spend the winter. Tho route of the Gulf, Hutchinson and Northwestern was all planned to start In the northwestern part of the Btate. through the wheat ralBlng counties and on dowu to the Gulf. TEN YEARS AGO IN 1914 A total of 1721 sacks of flour had been donated to the Belgium fund up to date. Tho W. W. Circle of the Lutheran church went to Kent school house and put on the farce, "The Old Maid's Club." A proposition was made for the city to imr-'iinso the I. .. ui'ly of Tlio only royal double romance of modern limes soon will culminate In the marriages of tho Duke of Brabant of Belgium (lower left! and Princess Mafalda of Italy (upper left), and Prince Humbert, eldest BOH of the king of Italy (upper right), and Princess Marie Joso (lower right) of Belgium. tho Central Fair Association (round lying between 17th and the fair grounds for park purposes. RENO RANKS FIFTH IN TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION Reno county ranks fifth among the counties of Knnsas In membership In the State Teachers' association. There are 459 teachers In Reno county belonging to tho association. Sedgwick county loads with 711; Wyandotto is second, Shawnee, third, Crawford fourth and thou comes Reno. Teachers' association on Dec. 6. The new officers of the association are elected at that time by the board of directors, meeting at Topeka. Mr. Rowland will also retire as county superintendent of schools next summer, when his present term ends. Remember the Shop-o-Scope whenever you think of Xnias shopping, tf. ROWLAND RETIRES AS HEAD OF ASSOCIATION S. P. Rowland, county superln tendent of Reno county, will re tire as president of the State Final Clean-up of All Winter Hats At 1 - 2 Price Metal Satin and Faille Hats Not Included Metal Satin and Faille Hats Not Included £ One Lot At $5.00 Duvetyns and soft felts, and Hats of Velvets attractively trimmed, and embroidered in colors— the small practical Hats Deeded on so many occasions. Up to $35 Hats 1-2 Price There are many attractive kinds from which to choose—shapes and shades entrancing. Hats that will be needed to brighten the Winter Costume. Chic high crowned styles for tailored clothes. Velvet Huts which flaunt Ostrich trim and glimmering ornaments for dress wear—Smart Hats for children will be included in this Special Sale of Hats at price. No Refunds. No Approval*. Every Sale Must Be Final One Lot At $2.50 Smart tailored shapes of felt in black, brown, tan, green, red, etc. Jaunty hats the young miss enjoys wearing to school and for the street. Friday and Saturday Month-End Bargains Two day's sale of timely items for which you will find immediate need. Note the splendid savings to be made. A Month - End Sale of31 Dresses $ at 18 Priced Earlier $25.00 to $39.75 A Sale in which we have assembled thirty-one" dresses selected from our regular stock of quality dresses and reduced their prices for a Month-End Cleanup. Every dress is smartly styled of quality fabrics measuring up as usual to the character of garments that bear the Pcgues-Wrigfit label. Women who' are familiar with our exacting standards, who think in terms of quality and worth, will promptly recognize the importance of a Pcgues-Wright sale of Dresses at $18.00, There are smart new distinctive models developed in the favored autumn styles and shades. Materials are cloth and satin. Sizes 16 to 42. Half-Price Event IN OUR READY-TO-WEAR SECTION 31 Odd Sweaters \L p r i™ Priced $5.00 to $8.75, at /Z A A 43 Silk Blouses Priced $5.98 to $15.00, at 34 House Frocks Priced $2.9S to $5.98, at 35 Kitchenette Aprons Priced $1.00 to $2.98, at y 2 Price Price Price Additional Dress News At $29 You will find beautifully fashioned dresses of cloth and satin which were priced earlier up to $49.50. At $39 You will find a number of very exclusive models in cloth and satin dresses which were priced earlier dip to $79.50. Hosiery, Vests, and Bloomers $1.85 and $1.95 Silk Hose, $1.35 Women's pure Bilk, full fashioned how In light and medium weight, with mercerized lisle heel, solo and toe, mercerized lisle top with deep garter hem. The lot Includes Black, white, mist, medium gray, Oriental pearl, beaver and cinnamon. Regular price, (1.S5 and $1.05 hose. Month-Enil Special, $1.36. $2.25 Kayser Vests $1.79 Kayser Vosta of Venetian silk; in tailored, bodice top style, reinforced under arm, ribbon In pink, orchid and peach, $2.25 vests, Month-End tl.79. $3.00 Bloomers $2.45 Bloomers to match Kayser vests described above. In Venetian Silk with reinforced crotch; waist and knee shirred with elastic. Pluk, orchid, peach, navy, gray, camel and black; $3.00 bloomers. Month-End Sale, $2.45. t Notion* 3 for 10c. fie Darning Cotton ..3 for 10c 5c yd. lllo Rao 3 for 10c 6c Plus 3 for 10c 3 for 20c 10c ruvlern - 3 for 20c 10c Hair Tins 3 for 20c 10c Gold Safety Pins......3 for 20c 10c Safety Vina 3 for 20c 10c Needles 3 for 20c 15c Duplex KnfMty Vina 10c 15t; lo 3fin l'*UKtim« 10c r«: and 10c Snaps, \urKa HIJIWS , .. .10c Slipper Trees 3 pair for 25c «5c Scissor*, 19c BOc doa. Hair Nom 35c S5c Princess Dressing Combs....49c 35o Knitting Cotton 3 for 25c 15o Hlifihtly .soiled UruUl 5c 25o Velvet drip Supporters, (black only) Half Price We still have Sewing Thread I 160 yard spools, 5c. I Piece Goods Specials $15.00 Chiffon Dress Velvet $9.98 3li Inch Imported Chlffou Velvet for dresses and evening wraps. Black only. Month -End Special, yard 99 .88. 98c Genuine Jap Pongee.. ....... c. 79c Genuine ull silk Jap Pongee, suitable for various naes at holiday times. Natural color. Month-End Special, yard 7*0 $4.50 Velour Stripe Suiting....... .. .$3.49 54 Inch all wool velour stripe suiting. For those stylish one- piece dresseB. Tan, black and brown—gray, blue and rose—two combinations from which to choose. , Month-End Special, yard $3.49 $4.00 Wool Tweed Coating $1.59 54 Inch all wool tweed coating—exceptional value for motor coats and children's school wear. Navy mixture and brown mixture. Month-End Special, yard $1.59 Fine Gowns and Chemise $2.75 Porto Rico Gowns and Chemise $1.95 I'orto Itlco gowns and envelope chemise, mude of flue Nainsook and trimmed with dainty huudkerctileC embroidered designs In color: also pure white styles with embroidery and hemstitching. A wonderful hand-made gift lit a variety of styles. Regular $2.75 garments. Month -End Special, $1.95. $5.95 Tricolette Gowns $4.89 Trlcolette gowns in an attractive sleeveless style with double yoke, finished with tailored bows, tnll nklrt. Comes In pink, orchid and peach. Regular price, $5.95. Month-End Special, $4.89 Domestic Section One Lot Soiled Linens i Price One lot Soiled Linens, Sheet?, pillow cases, towels, bahy blankets, slightly from showing —all one-half price. 29c Outing, 28c 17 Inch white outing for go'e -ns, sleepers, pajamas and Infants' wear. Sheets Special, $1.39 10 doien Alx90 sheets, mad* of fine quality sheeting;— I Inch hem. Special In— month-end Ml* ti-M. Stamped Goods Scarfs and Vanity Sets, 29c Scarf* In 18x34 and ltx«4 ate*. and vanity dresser seta, stamped on Indian head) hemstitched for crochet. Stamped Dresses, $2.19 Stamped Shanton house dresses to be embroidered In black or white; colors are white, brawa, green, pearl, tangerine aa4 lev- ender. $2.95 aprons for |J .1». Bed Room Set, $4.15 Bed room set consisting dt bed spread, boudoir pillow, icart and vanity dresser set, stamped on linen finish lawn; In white with yellow border. Bird end floral design. Month-led Special, S4 .SS Linen Tea Towels, 4Se Stamped linen tee towels—elx different design*, with rat er blue borders. Bed Spreads, $2.21 Unbleached bed spread! at toed quality; ilie 91x108; three different patterns— two la basket designs, one in wreath. At 25% Off INDIAN HEAD, Scarfs. fcaSet sets, 38, 45 and 54 Inch loach cloths—napkin*. LINEN? Scarfs, buffet sets: •«. 45 and 54 Inch lunch clothe— napkins—vanity dresser eats. Kitchen Curtains. Tan Pillows and So****, Black Felt Pillows. Huck and Linen Silver Holders. Man Jongg Core** black satlne. Wartft Blankets $3.98 Blankets, $3.19 Checked Blankets In blue, pink, yellow, gray, tan snd white. Size 72x84, Regular $3.58 blankets. Month-Ead Sale, 9U* Sale of Shoes at $5.00 Clearance Sale of this Season's Footwear Friday and Saturday, at $5.00 Toilet Goods 26c MVjunei.'a Talcum 1to 5c Johnson'*. Baby Talcum..Itc 25c Djer Kiss Talcum 19c 25c Pompclan Talcum ...18c 95c Lady Esther Body Tate 4»c 60c Amaml Hath Powd«i\....41c 60c Sadako Hath Salts 36c BOc AmoHn 45c 50c Non-Spl ....SSc 25c Irnmae ..16c 35c Odorono . »^ 24c 80c Odorono 44c loo Mavis ruth Tablets*10c "Woodbury's Soap.. Ho Jac U-nlnnl SORQ 21c Lemon'Soap., 10c 30o Lemon Soap 5c 50c Amaml liquid Shampoo. .15c 30c Xdstcrfne 22c &0c ]>avnt.s 38c 26o Kpun Gold Shampoo 15c 60c Pompelan Massaprj Cre-am 4*c $1.00 Mhitralava Astringent. ,*9c 75c Golden Peacock Astringent 49c 60c Bomdlla Lemon Lotion...38c 50« Jerg«ns it. & A. Lotion..Mc 35<! It. &. K. Cold Cream 2*c 50c MavU Cold Cp»;,m 32c ;.Ue Melba Vanishing Cream..36c OOo Pf .mjJi 'liin Kacu Powder,.44c 75c Maid .1' Or Kaco Powder.45c tjOc PompHan Uuu»,'o -..48c :T»c I'otnptiun 1-ip Siti-ks 18c 60c AlavU H«ue<: 35c 35c Olove Unuk'e 16c 'Met Lip Panrc $1.15 l>Jer KlflM Toilet \Vat«r $1.&0 l>j*r KLSM Vegotale. $2.3 *i Azur*a Toilet Water..$1.55 $2.3"> LP Tn-fle TolhH Water $1.55 5<*c Mary Garden lluuge 32c ...1SC .11.15 -•1.00 luc butterfly' luuutj 3 t'S Dyvs....

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