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°Af;R F.ltillT THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1924 WISE AND OTHERWISE Hy Mrs. W. Y. Morgan. GIRL SCOUTS THANKFUL FOR THEIR NEW CLUB HOUSE I Men THANKSGIVING. Call Telephone No. 44CO and ask for Society. (Ili'ins for tills department must be In by 10:00 a. in.) Arc ymi so very thankful, V»r the ililmts you liavu today Or (In y<iu all anil grumhto I And drown your thanks that »; ,•**»»»* o An- you no very thankful I Thnt simple things are your?, i l.lk.' decs nm! light and shade j And nioonliylit. mi tho moors. j Are you so very fhnnkful, t Kor friends yon tinvt> about. ' Or do you yeurit for others ! Win 1 re the rabble IniiEh an ! shout. SiMirtv. tudiiy, 'i -ntt'i-t'il around faintly 'Hiaiilii-nlviir.; dliiii'Ts, and 11 1 :11 1\ uf thiMii fiiiMi' wT" Whether ii v\,i.-< inr turkey, rli:'k'-n, or ^iiis''. friends and nlutivir, leuth- i-ieil aniiiinl I he |v~tii" hoard ln- d.,/ and iliri 'il oti iinolii * cliiit'arterhtU: «f lilr day. Anion: th" l.itnili"s id tin 1 tout- hull I'.'a .i dinticr will not. be -"i \i -il until m'trr tin 1 niuiir Ciis cvwilni;, )"ii inldis will uroan uii- <!••!• th- I I .d a in th--' 1 ii 'ini'"- ' tin: yiniiiu mi'ii oi' liaiiiint; and tlii'in v eat Mr. and Wiirdilnnioi ^ln-<i-. Mr Mi:-. Mildr Mr.- Ti 11. K. as their dinner . puests at their hinne. THt first Ave. o.isit, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hon-.>•'. Mr. nrd Mrs. Clarence Houston. Mr. and Mrs. C. (I. ITrry and rltilu'eu. • Mr. I. nil Mrs. .Joseph llouslon and children and Mr. Harry Hanson. Dinner quests at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Haas. 5ns fourth Ave. east, ineliided Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Weber and ehlldren. Mr. and Mrs. (' ('. lllasiar. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Weber, of 1 Iolsi:iRlon. Mir-s Kither Haas. Miss Allies are out I Haas and .Mr. Clarence stnab. as they I |'i„, iionie of Mr. and Mrs. fat | Hamilton, 121! Kleventh Ave. cunt I-'assi'ti ot I was the si one of a family reunion. In. iinti.nl dinner sperialh for nov. and ] Ita uy. ,lr.. .ilid Mr. Mr, unci Mis. •Hi:i Fourth Ave. ;>)••. and Mi's. Mr. and Mr-. .1 Me liiv.-r. M lev and Mi­ di.. I.cllisi- eii at ilinn-'!' North Washinv Mrs tie had as their . Jo" Haihy. Mr. .to.' Hal! Kobelt Slaughter C. A. Il-illley of east, entertained (Varenie Heinley, I Ii. H.ii.ley of Lit mil Mrs. I'.. (I. Il'dll- 1'aiiline Ilelnley. MHI i-lsiin enterlaiu al her iinllle. ana Mr. and when Mrs. Fern Mr. Mr. Air. and Mrs Me, Mrs. I.. S. they entertained Mr. and (1. W. Kennedy and children and Ford, of MePliorson and Mrs. Forr. and Mrs. Clifford Kennedy, [•ml Mrs. K. F. Ihitu'ord, Mr. Mrs. 1,. 1'. nanfonl, W. C. Danford and son. Carof Thoinus, Okla.; Mr. and A. T. Mauplll, Mr. and Mrs. Kent. Mr. and Mrs. [toy Dnn- bnsltct for ThanksKlvlns made up' Are yon fur u needy family. Luncheon was i For ibn served at five o'clock. The club will meet Ii, two weeks for tho annual ^hrislnnis Krub ban at the homo of Mrs. L. K. H'uec, H'i South Main street. very thankful, square meals u day, For a homo of sweet, contentment. And n place to work and piny. Are you so very thankful. For mcreicj from on High, Or do you overlook them, \s tho treasures pass you by. Miss Bessie Mlcnerey entertained last evening with a Thanksgiv-! ' Inp daneliiK parly at. her home, -110 ' Are you so very thankful Sixth Ave. easi. The evening was For all of those you love enjoyed with rallies uw \ contests, j Or do you lake for Krnntcil the prizes Koinic to Miss Afrnefj Such hierdnns front above. Haas. Mr. Leo Mct'abe and Mr.;" »>*••» • EvereiL Cntlchfiold. Lunclieon was. This is the clay of reckoning served at a late The (,'uests; .MlSS.'S. Marital'.:! llaini'- len >lnr.'.- !» Millie- I lliiras M .ley I '.iiluiri AiMiil.i Kuuli Altai's l 'ildus ... , J( . AKNE> HIIIIM -Mr. and ! m„ r ,,. |,,, ; ,„ Hasc M ,.|->IIIII Mnrv Vorenlr: Jliilm x Anil -.i Mire. Mrs Fri d Slilidh.i.;en. Mr. and Mrs. ItiiI.e Van lliireu and children. Mr. .aid Mi"', John Sundhne.ru and son. Carl, all oi' Haven. Cuests a! Hie Inn d' Mr. and Mis. Walter SIICH. 11T .I Wesi 1Mb Mr.'t. included Mr. and Mrs. ileor:..'. N'l-.vliii nf Xewuin, Mrs. Charb'S Kirkllilff of Chicago. 111.. end Mr*, etuis Mullen of N'ew- to Ml al Mt> •l-ell . ..1 -1 I'll. -•d Hi.. Moh'n :t i a hour. M.-ssi rs — i:\--ntl Crnt'.'h- I'l.'l.l !''ll*eit lliirns "i I Sanssler t., e Mn.'.il.,' r.ar.'iie" Slaali I ,im ii'nee Wr-ber lieyie Holfiimn I'ei 'il Piessler l'hltliii Salmons !'..|i>ln.' Mulnex 1 Our blessliiRs for the year | And If wo stop ami count them : It sweeps our heart, of fear. I For each of us have blesslnja j And mercies In our lives j II we but try to see them — i Giving thanks to Cod All Wise. "You reap as you sow." If you wenr 111 fitting Shoes you reap a harvest of misery. Stacy Adams Shoes "Are a tonic for your feet 26 N. Main 26 N. Main MENUS p. Mr. and Mr 'l 1 1 II AV I',. e.ist their ;;in sis. Mr. iVhnti -'V and daughters ' Ii 'Hii .i i: 1 1, Mr a-'.d . and M.-s Tre a. and Mrs Myrta and 1 Whim of Wt v all ; Itou- lord and dauphler. Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stuckey, Mr nnil Mrs. I'. 11. Myers of DodKe Cily: Mr. and Mrs. Oeorpe Ulick, of Castle- loir, Miss Mildred Hamilton, Mr. H«n Myer and son. F.lobbie, Mr. Clyde Danford. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Colson, of 2 Crescent Boulevard, bad as their dinner RUOS I S , Mr. and Mrs. J. V Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Llv. liiKston and Mr. iMyrlo Livlnnslon, of La Jolla. Calif.: Mr. and Mrs. | Will .lobnsion and children Mr r ot Hie j and Mrs. Henry Knibick and'c.hil entertain- 1 dren. Mrs. 1) McKee. Miss Kllhy . Mr. and ; MeKec. Miss Rllt.Il Older. Miss West 10th i /.elpha Colson. Mr. Han Conklin |and Bdward and Kineuon Colson. i Sainin'1 Hirst or; The Hoasland family dinner wus enii'itained i held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. mil Mrf. Cleou | A t ', n „ iip i, im i, S3< Kast Shcnnnu sireet. Thoso presont were Mr. and Mrs. .Martin Honiiland. Mr. i Miss Nell Hoagland, Mr. Walter i Hoagland. Mr. Willis Hoagland, I and Mr. Arthur Hoagland. j .Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barton bad | as their guests at their Vioine, -121 Kloventh Ave. east, Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Barton and children, Mr. and Mis. R. K Davis and children. Mr. and Mrs. B. Reason and Mrs. It. 10. Van Huren. Tilnner guests: at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schlaudt, 28 Kleventh Ave. eawi, wyre Mr. and .Mrs. A. H. Schlaudt ami children, Cretchen and Kdward, Mr. and I Mrs. Iiruce Young and children, Mr. and Mrs. t'harle.s Jones and children and Mrs. Iv S. Handy. Mr. and Mrs. K. 1\ Owens entertained at their home. r.2u Fourth Aie east. Mr. ami Mrs. M. A. Illrdier and Mr. 't. H . Owens. Ouests lor dinner at the home ..I' .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rea, 1323 Second Ave. east were Mr. and i Mrs. .1. K. Harris of Ixing Reach, ! Calif.: Mr. and Mrs. f. I). Jlea. of I Aurora. 111.: Miss Rachnel Rea j and Mr. N". I'. Stevens. Mr. and .Mrs. A. .7. Jackson will ... , . ., . ,• entertain as their guests this eve- Bake, and cldlilren .n n] , , a „ .V',„. and ... Ihelm.i rucker < ^ t M'.,,,d,,.s Me,',,, ook duille !.- A1 , i( , rt stelt „ c|lneri Mi?s c ., aelle a. wi-l, Mr. and Mrs. 1-red | W 11t rt <-li.-k and Mr. Henry Walen- j stein of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. C. : sou and daugliter. Mr. and Mra, ; S. Betliiirum, 519 13th ave. east. * Mr. and Mrs. M. .T. Harding and : son. (ieorge. formerly ot Hutchin- : son but. now living at Tyro. Okla. : Mr. and Mrs. I'. Ii. Carter and other i friends. j Mr. and Mrs. James Duffy will , entertain with an informal evening \ log fire added a cheerful j al thelr ]l0m n Croscent B oule- virrd, Sunday. The Pythian Sisters clttu will have a dancing parly this evening at the Yoeman hall. One of the organizations which is most thankful for tho blessings of the past year is the Girl Scouts of Hutchinson. For they are tho proud possessors of a club house of their own, Just at. the edge of town on a plot of ground given them by 0. B. Manning, whose daughters are officers and members of Troop 1. Sunday the Scouts held open house with Mls3 Ida May StuntB, captain ot droop i and Miss Winifred Manning lieutenant acting as hostesses for tho young ladles. Many called to see tlio new build- lug. G. T. Hronlewce. father of one of tho Girl Scouts was instrumental In erecting tho building and B. K. Giles will give the pine logging lo cover it In the spring, but the money to buy tho building materials was made by hard work by the girls themselves. A large number of the members of the Country club enjoyed the annual Thanksgiving club dance last evening at the club house west of the city. Fall flowers in brown, red mid yellow were used through the rooms, ami on the man. tel glow to the scene. The lights were shaded with brown crepe paper. The members of the enter- menl committee ot which Mr. Harry Smith is chairman, presided as hosts for the evening. Lloyd Holnday's orchestra furnished the music for Hie dancers . and there were, a number of very clever favor dances. «• J- Tnninltt'a <"V .««n»» ' grease drop on tho end ot your lOnigni S concert I tnroa(1 an( , lwlBt lt n ^K^eii your A Brilliant Affair! »K, When u " as beoomc lmrl1. you have a good substitute for a needle. <• PERSONALS OF bOCIETY. t tie home of ; • l 'etel'siin, 721 j I. included Mr. I l : children, i ul Rii.-s.dl. Mr. j J. A. ' Foiition, Miss Sifers enter- thi.i" hen'.", "ii Mr. ,i!iii and M.\ and 1 mi ii. r iiuesi s i .Mr. alid Mrs. ti*-, I'. IM Sherman >»t re .mil Mrs. u. F. K' and Mr. A. A li.e .nil Mrs. .1. F. Fo. Fontreii. Mis,. Alie PoT'iithy l-'oiit ron. Mr. ..ml Mi-. .1. '.lined ai. dinner !••!.'. N"itli Main Mis. I. 11. Hi-'Sha Mrs I.", lie Cain. .Mi', and Mi's. A .M. Ihltfill anil Mr. and Mrs>. II.- X Koe and children i.'T' dinner nu'-is oi' Hi' and Mr,. K. W. ll.diertson of Is Went 171b ,'i'"i" Mi .ind Mr-, lviil.il 11' >,i;. .. .• < n- tet 'i.iii .e 'i at dihii. r at iheir tionu . VSJ!> .Vi.ilb .Me!,i".'' ,-treet. Mr. '.',;•.i Mrs. .liiini-.-. Ki.t)iii.-.nn, Mr. and All'-. Lewi. Hidiinsun, Mrs. W. A. >te \iMis iind ilailithtei 'H, llhiilv;, of ''•Vl'iiiui'.-d. Mont.. Mi-s Anna 'I heinj'-mi ..f La Flat!'', .\"i'.. and p Mr. ..'"tin HiliiiiS'iii. ; ( Mi MI ,! Mi>. leeri;,- 1 l .rii. Mr. I ..ml Mi Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Kini; complimented a number of friends Inst evening with a dancing partv at their home, 1714 North Poplar ; of'Mr".'" and' MrT'lIenry street. Yellow and bronze chrys- unlhemums were used through the rooms where the evening was spent dancing and playnlg bridge. A buffet supper was served at a 'ate hour. The guests: Mi-users an'l Mesdnines— P.. S. Hlnnian Wtlts^- Hawkinn Bov Luasurt M. F. Huston Italph Junes Miss Helen Mittendort has returned from a four week's visit in Colorado Springs, Colo., a guest Dull, for- W. IX Steitlhaiur r.eorco Steeples (>. K. Fassett W. K. I'lUlon t'.otiert Brehni II. O. Pa vis 1 in I honi' r.2i' ixth Avi The regular meeting of the Swastika club was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. \V. Clandcuncn. KIOS Ave, A east. The afternoon was devoted lo fancy work and conversation and at flvo o'clock tea was served. Mrs. C. E. Hoffman was the only guest of the club. The next meeting will be in two weeks, and will be held at the i J ^p borne of Mrs. W. R. Foreu, 003 Ave. A east with Mrs. Kdward Barnville as hostess, lt will be an all day meeting with a covered dish luncheon at noon. merly of Hutchinson. Mr. and -Mrs. Dull accompanied her here and will spend a short time visiting friends. . Mr. and Mrs. L. E. TUley went to Wichita today to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Milllson. Mrs. TUley will remain over the week end with her mother. Mrs. G. W. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Malloy ot Hayes arc Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Malloy of 620 Ave. A east. They also came to attend the Kersting concert this evening. Miss Grace Davis is expected to return Saturday from Fort Dodge, Iowa, where she has been spending past three months with her sister, Mrs. Lester Hoover. Dr. C. i l.|. Mann will . '. "l)hl£ ;• I \.e. .', .Me-" Mai Mauruie A >• and Mr. In is hi- hiinii , Mrs. i: • I .U -'ille ,!">'. .Mi-s Cornelius X. l'aytie presided r. V-!":. .Mi— Maheil Maim, Mi.- lone A-i'ey .Maun. Mrs. ( hail, hs ho.tiss today,ut her home, '''L'[ iVnVi Kast Sherman street, to Mr. and ' Mrs. II. W. Moore of Tulsa, Okla.. Mr. and Mrs. Homer .Myers ol Syl• ia, Mr. and Mrs. Kline.- Myers of Ahhyvill... Mrs A. H. F.ppeison and suns. Alfred and James. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis ce!- eljraied their first wedding auni- lersnry with dinner tit the Sam Graybi!) homo, 3:hi Hast Sherman street. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Graybill, Mr. and Mrs. W II. Lewis, Mrs. Ida Lewis Glaz"i of Chicago, 111., and Miss Mable Kirliii. Mr. and Mr.-. Khun Giles ot! l.ar- iied entertained unlay with ;t fam- Hy reiiiiiori al iheir Iionie, tor fifty iiii'-'is. Ainonjt the vne.sts were ! 11. li.ssauer of Chicago. 111. j Tiie home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Vim "in. 2n Kleventh Ave. east, 'wn- the scene of a family dinner. ' iv'ii' n Mr. and Mrs. George Yin- iri-ni, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Obee and sou, Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. | .1 iiy Vincent. Mrs! John York, of j Oiiin, Ind.. Miss Ksiher Vincent Mr. Neal Bruce, gathered there. Mr. and Mrs Wii-hita, Mr. and Mrs. W. n. i on- rick iind .Miss Lena Paige' were dinner gliosis of Airs. Ktuma I'aige, in her home, 1503 North Main street. Air. and Mrs. C. \V. Mittondorf had as their dinner guests at their home, !'2i Ave. A east. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bull of Colorado Springs. Colo.. Rev. and Mrs. Guy II. Wlnimer. Mrs. A. N. .lander and sons and Miss Helen Mittendort.' Mr. and Mrs. Max Lelght.y ot Poncn City, Okla. are tho Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. E. E. Lelghty , of U0S North Walnut street. Mr». Roy Marshall entertained Informally last evening at her home j Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Weber of 119 Sixth Ave. west, for her sou, I Holslngton are here visiting bis Roy, jr. on his birthday. Games ] parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Weber ijnd a wiennie roast in the back j 0 f 22S Third Ave. east, yard were enjoyed and at a late | .;. .;. <i. hour, a birthday luncheon was j Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Waggoner served in the house. A birthday; BrB spending Thanksgiving In cake centered Hie table which was | Wichita with his parents, Mr. and decorated in the color scheme op^e^ \i t Waggoner, pink and whin.-. I ' _„ The guests: "I 'al Sellers Tauline Strom* I.neile Wheeler James llaaston I'.iullne Ntiwtuii James Ceud'H i 'liailyne Cooper 1 'nul Gustafson Nellie Kent Hoy Marshall jr. Helen Bowers The concert to he presented this evening by Kathleen Kersting, soprano. Arthur TJhe, violinist and Otto Fischer, pianist at Convention hall promises to be one of the most brilliant affairs ot the season. The progrnm includes numbers by this trio of Kansas all-star performers and Is being presented under the auspices of the Llndsborg Temple ot Music committee. One- half of the proceeds will go to the proposed Temple of Music, while tho other half will be used for Miss Kerstiny'a musical career. A number of line parlies havo been planned for the affair, and large numbers of out of town music lovers are coming to Hutchinson for the event. Miss Kersting will hold an liuformal reception backstage following the program at which time she will be glad to meet all her friends. The program as announced Is as follows: l.argo Handel Shetiernzade Havel IVinds le Jour (Louise) Carpenter Kathleen Kerstins Capriee No. I lavatelll Arthur K. Che Quand U lialiohi. tinnt.e.... i',n l ^i -banlnow Bean pays clretHchanlnow Jewel isong Gounod Kathleen Kei-stini: Seherro C sharp minor... . Tarantella Olio L. FlS '.iU".- Nhiety and Nine Sweet Hour of Prayer Knlhlei n Kerstiin: L.ass wiiit the lieiieate Air Arne Smh a l.l'l Fellow I'-iehn'oril | Love's Old Sweet Song ...Mollo*' Swanee Hiber Foster Home Swuti Home Itisliep Kathleen KerstlnK Tunic Is Attractive .Chopin .. .Llszl' Household Suggestions Mrs. C. A. Johnson was hostess yesterday afternoon to the mem- L. Curykendall of uers of her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at the Rorabaugh- Wiley Tea Room. The afternoon was spent playing bridge at her liome, 127 First ave. east. Mrs. ID. V. McGrath and Mrs. A. D. Kelso received the prizes for the game. Guests of the club were Mrs. C. G. THE DAILY RECORD Marrlagt Licenses. R. F. Ferguson, legal age, Lyon.y and Emma Klcenskt, legal ase, Hutchinson. Phillip A. Gasa, 20, Hutchinson, and Mabel Stlnbrlnk. 15, Hutehlnson. Ansel Stewart. 21, Sylvia, and Ltly Kltlen, IS, Turnii. John W. Ireton, 2S, Hutchinson, and Daisy Marie Stoughton, IS, Uutchln- Hon. Fred n. Emry, it, Hutchinson, and Alice Fay Chandler, IS, Hutchinson. Rumpel and Mrs. Bert Moore The, 0 ld velvet and velveteen make hostess for the next meeting in two the bes , posslb | B dustclotlis. weeks will be announced later, I Breakfast—Stewed prunes, cereal, thin cream,- fish haBh. graham muffins, marmalade, milk, coffee. Luncheon—Baked cheese custard, celery-apple-nul salad, whole wheat broad, peach Islands, plain sponge cako, mllli, ten. Dinner—Tomato bouillon, broiled porterhouse steak, martlnlque potatoes, buttered brnssels sprouts, pineapple salad, whole wheat rolls, steamed date pudding, milk, coffee. There are no foods suggested on this menu that are not perfectly digestible for children under school age who may appear at the family table. Beefsteak broiled raro Is an excellent food for growing bodies. Not too much, ot course, and It must be finely cut-or scraped bo- foro serving to 1-yearnlds. The sprouts are a valuable vegetable and should he eaten even if much tact is needed to accomplish the deed. Flnoapple with a few crumbs of cheese and bits of nuts, but without salad dressing, make the salad for Juniors under school age. A little of the budding will not do a "bit oi' harm, and satisfies a child's desire for sweets. Baked Cheese Cuttard. One egg, 2 cups milk, Vi pound cheese, 2 cups ccjnrse stale breadcrumbs, '.i teaspoon salt, few- grains pepper. Sprinkle a well-buttered baking dish with breadcrumbs. Cover with a thick layer ot grated cheese; sprinkle with salt and pepper. Continue layer for layer until nil is used. The last layer should be breadcrumbs. Beat egg well, and beat In milk. Season with salt and pepper and pour slowly over the j bread and cheese in tho baking dish. The best way to do this Is to use a tablespoon and moisten the entire mixture evenly. Cover and bake 20 minutes In a moderate oven. Remove cover and brown. Toast left from breakfast can be used in placo of breadcrumbs when convenient. Peach Island*. One plot canned peaches. 4 tablespoons sugar, 1 tablespoon granulated gelatin. ' t cup cold water. 1 orange, 1 cup whipping cream, % teaspoon vanilla, few grains salL Drain peaches from sirup In can. Add enough water to sirup to make one cup. Add sugar to sirup and bring to the boiling point. Add gelatin softened lu cold water and the Juice of the orange. Take out four tnblespoonfuls of this sirup and keep hot over hot water. Beat remaining gelatin mixture when It begins to thicken with n dover boater until frothy. Whip crean and beat Into gelatin froth, ron. Into serving dish. Dot with halve, of peaches, l'oiir uomo of I ho re served sirup over each halt oi peach and put in a cold plnce to chill. Tho sirup poured over th- peaches makes a thin gelatin coal ing. Tho vnnllln and Halt are added to the whipped cream before combining with the sirup. (Copyright, 1924. NKA Sorrlce, Inc.) It you wish to got the host possible wear from a mattress turn II end for end one dny and over side ways the next when you niako the bed. This way the wear will be evenly distributed. The Ladles' Aid of tho First Christian church will have a bazaar Tuesday, Dee. 2, and will serve a chicken dinner and baked ham supper. The public is Invited, 28-4: When a candle is too large to fit Into the candlestick, hold the end in hot water a lew seconds. This will soften the wax and the candle may easily be pressed into the required sauce. Dish cloths nd wash cloths sl'.ould be of spongy weave rather than rou-h so as either to hold water or to be easily wrung dry. For sports wear nothing could j be more attractive than this tunic ! blouse of blue nnd silver knitted silk with collars and cuffs of Angora wool. It may he worn over a pleated or plain Bklrt with equally L 'oxid effect. WINS BIG TURKEY BY j BY GUESSING ITS WEIGHT] Apples should always be kept In a cool, dry place. Bruised and decayed fruit should be separated from the sound. Put a coat ot shellac on your cook book so you can wipe off tho surface when it becomes soiled, as it so often does from handling. When stringing bends It is often difficult to get a needle small enough to pass through the bead. An easier method Is to let candle th. club. members of h. Bronze and yellow '•-- Lt . | pom-pom chrysanthemums centered I , eP-. CaX v-is lie , ,he luncheon table where places 1 vioii Mack: The home ' of Mis. Charles Maeley, S West 21st street was the setting for a one o'clock luncheon , y sterday afternoon, when she en- daii:-'bt"i'..>, Margaret ,uid Gerirudi;,| tertnliieil Mr. 11. II. Manning and dansbter.s I hridgi Tin. home ,.t Mr. and Mr.-. C. C. ' Kelly. IS Last 15th street -i i HI ii, a joint Thanks:-'' •'el' \v i:i u M r. and Mrs, Kelly and daughter. Alie.,'. Mm. W. N\ K.'lly and sons and Millie. M'': and Mr-. ( lmlis nl .\ieker.-oii, Mr. C, Iv Jlil'le; elld Ml.' ' I!v -porn tin. day" n: Mr. and Mr.-. J. M. and Miss Lva Beam ot' ,nd Mr. and Mis. Claud George Milburn was honored yesterday afternoon, when h's mother, Mrs. Raymond Milburn entertained with a children's party at their home, 424 Ave. C east. Games were enjoyed and later wlennies were roast In tho fireplace. The guests Entering the Cabinet din re marked for the members and' viri-'inii. Bird Mrs. W. Klein of Wichita Mrs \ I !' ( ' r '' "ii",,, ,i II T'IIH.. > ii ..' , Louise llarkholils ii. 1 line, Mrs. A. 11. Thlessen and 1 t Mrs. ]•:. n. Waltrip. ! For tin game of hridso which' was enjoyed during the afternoon,; •Mrs. If. H. Heaps and Mrs W. i will be the next hostess in wee's al her home. 8 Hvdi. Drive. I wo l 'ai li din William Mr. and Charles C. S. Gilland Ml-, L'lr-abetti' -•'illier. Shepherd, this cit>, I'.'itmi "I Sieiliiig were dinner guests of Mr. ; lid Mi's .1. I-:. Katun at their home :e Vrlin "l.in. L". and Mi.- K i\ I'tniiart nf i:hi Casi mil stiei'i had as their ,',ll"sis. Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Sifers and daiinhti'i', Alice. Mr and Mrs. Kd -teig. Miss I'a'illne Carharl. Miss Joy Carhart. and Miss Mary Idekinaii of Muskogee. Okla. Li', and Mrs. W. ('. Hi a - hear ?•. f. North Main siieet had us their ;il,•:•!.-. Mr mid Mrs. A. II. Jewell, Mr .il'.l Mr*. Wall >i K'erili"' uf Lonylas. and Dr and Mrs .1. W. Ilraihear. _ Mr. and Mi>. Karl Siivde. uf 2Kl|he r apartment in the Alta Vista Twelfth Ave., east, entertained as | . ... their guests, Mr. and Mis. \v II I'arks and sons. Krvln and Howard, and Miss Isabelle Parks. .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ilrydcn of 4'it. KleV-nth Ave. east, eiilel'lallll-'' in their gui.'his, M '. and Mrs. O. 1'. Galbronlh and sous, llr. atid Mrs. J li Houatou had Hoy Mueklln Max llavls Krnest Bird Charlie Warren Odle Milburn Mrs. S. L. Klser entertained the member; of her bridge club yesterday afternoon at one o'clock '""ilii'im at the Horabiiu"h-W'lev Tea Room The table had a fnih oentivpleee with turkeys and other s '"-"i'Silons of Thanks'tiving. Brid"e was enjoved later at till' Kiser home, 212 Kast 1.1th street where Mrs. L. G. Meyvrdiug and Mrs. Mrs. W. II. 11. Wood won ihe nd .'i s. Cui 'sls uf Ihe club were i "rs. rharles L. Nicholson and Mrs. (Fred Shaffer. Mi s. Me> ei'dlii". will i entertain the club In two weeks at The nienibom of the II. C. club gathered at Ihe home of Mrs. C. O. Warnoek, 2U0 Nlnih live, west yes- iinlay afternoon, to piece nuilt blocks. Roll call was answered villi Thanksgiving thoughts. A onatiou of food was taken to (he meet Ing by each member and a Th? members of the Semper Fl- delis club gath< red at the home of ...is. H. N. I'ayne. 110'Ave..A east yesterday afternoon. The after- n- in was spent with needle work and at f've o'clock, refre.'hm-'nts 11 1 were served. Miss Elizabeth Georrtc was the only guest of the club. The hostess for the next meeting wi 1 be announced later. Dr. anil Mrs. G. A. Chickering entertained Informally last evening ut their home, :12s East 17th street. Thanksgiving suggestions centered the dining table where covers were la'd for Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Carharl. MUw Mary Dickman of Muskogee. Okla.. M'ss Fanline Carharl and Miss Joy Carhart. Mr. ami Mrs. I'aul IJ. itallis and children of Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs, N. N. Kline and children were luncheon guests yesterday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. ,T. A. I Williams at their hoincllO Fast' 14th street. Miss Mury Cain, 200 Eighth avenue west, was the winner of the turkey offered by the United Water, Gas and Electric. Co. to the person guessing the nearest Its correct weight. She guessed the cxaBt weight of the big bird which was 21 pounds. The' turkey haB been "stnitlln' his stuff" in the show window of tho firm for the past few days. Have U. DRY CLEAN Press and repair your Suits, Furs, Dresses and Heavier clothing our bet* ter way. Use the phone or parcel post. fr^delTauiutey DRY CLEANERS rMSWMSmat WkM> aMk%M»> •HONE 44 ALL VEL W HATS Reduced in Pr' $2.95 S4.95 $7.50 We apeelallza In remodelir, Expert maker and designer. ANN BURKE Hat Shoppe With Cain 4 Campbell Beginning Friday Morning A SHOE SALE Women's Shoes Men's Shoes Children's Shoes Boys' Shoes All Reducec SSc-—Felt Slippers—85c $3.95 Table of Women's and Girls Onfords and strap slippers mostly low heels Values up to $10.00. $1.00 Pair Table of Women's Hi- Shoes, Broken Sizes, $3.95 Table of Men's Shoes and Oxfords — Broken size* but all Bargains. 95cand up Table Children's Hi Shoes, Most all Sins, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Holmes and Mr. C. A. Kubaiikii of Lawrence sc vsjmt&EZ^mkwiur—" Howard M. Gore, governor-elect ot West dstiitil secretary ot niri utilttire. hei As Thanksgiving Day is properly ;i day ot" g iy i n g' t h a n k s, w i think it entirely be fitting en this oceasioi that wc offer our many friends our sincere thanks for their patronage and confidence. The Zinn Jewel; & Optical Co The House of Quality. Henr; Zinn Jno. P. Blrchtlel. Vlr.'.'ltiiii and former as taknm tin 1 oalh as secretary. are here spending Thanksgiving : Ho will occupy the seal of the latu Henry C. Wallace until March 4, Day and the week end with their when ho goes to his stuto office. I See Our Windows Whiten Skin New Safe Way—Free If Not Satisfied Tlii» remarkable new discovery wil oositively deal and whiten youi skin— ilmost overnight! And unlcbn you an imazed and delighted with the result i will cost you absolutely nothing — you money will begtadlyrefuhded Sallowness. muddineu, un, freckles, redness, roujjh riess, pimples and blackheads ail vanish Malic this test tonight Right before bed time smooth some of this cool, fragrant creme oil your skin. Tomorrow lliorniiic notice huw muddiness and sallowness liavc already started to give way Ask youi dealer for a tar of Golden Peacock Bleach Creme (concentrated)—the amaiingncw ind turmtcsi> discovery of icience. At all •jood druc uid department itorts, GddenFeacodc Bleach Crane

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