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-r-^-wiwasir,','./ P\GF. RIGHT THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1924 WISE AND OTHERWISE lly Mrs. \V, Y. Morgan. SHE'S MRS. CHAPLIN NOW Just Received at t Call Telephone No. 4.100 and ask for Society. (Items for tills department must be in by 10:00 a. m.) There wns a large altcmlnnoe Insti oast, Covers wive laid for twenty- evening nt the Ellin club dance at' three guests. In tin: nftcrnoon tiie club house, when the minimi Thanksgiving hull was held. Lloyd Ilii|'s Scrcnad 'TH furnished the music for the evening. Anions those dancing were: ..lull,. IV.V l.i,liil"ill i: n r.rwnv l:. )l. JS-M c.:nl I >,,n Si .. 1 f-i- .1 V ;ih, i f V. *!'• ...-:."U I!. V. v.eiii,: * I. I,— • 1 i. M. • .Vlie II II,." t .:e, : i; r.V'i.."iii.',ri i:. K F-iinW .1. \V, |.'» n«n 1'.. r. \V:li.»m» li In WllS II. II. llPlll'1 .[;,< I( r.ntlit v.":i:ter Hioun Agnes Walsh '/;\ Hcst Hi 1 Mil riulli I:.,.-.- I:i i J i, \ . M.TKHII I'.,-,..;. HelU i l ill ii SI rol iinci I,.,/.'• I Sproii! \W -.*5fI. W. L\ Smith A. A. .ion"? .1 Wallnc. Plnir r...i|.ii six 1. Ti».li \.n,.ir T JiM ,\1 M.TUn '. .'. '"ii-.p ! • it. M.-Ail,io i-.. r.. Miser, i; s. In.; flint, r r.url Spr,,us>i S, li. l.'Mifurth hrlilRe was played at. flvo tables and the tirl7 .es were won by Mrs. Josephine Dickson of Chicago, and Mr. J. It. Sanders. Mr. nnt! Mrs. .7. M. .Smith entertained in Thanksgiving dinner yesterday at their country home for the following guests: I M" . it ml 1 Mi.»iliini». i S\ mil Sinllh II. n I •-.,11 I Main!" 1 Vri-I I " a n Sam I 'iilUl'S Misses— Mario Coleman i Sol li nil,' 1 it-all K.itherine ti.'iiil Mi, (cure! l>.:ili Hail,.; Mcsser?-— Hubert I lean i 'iirl ('Union Grct n Four generations were represented yesterday at the family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. fleorge I'ntnaud, 725 first Ave. west, Mr. \\\ II. Klllott, Ills daughter, Mrs. I'litnaiid. his granddaughter, Mrs. 1 I), t'. Aid" and her daughter, Thelma nf A!:roii, Ohio. Additional cieats were: Mi*. C. ('. W illy and MrH. Fred Tidmlis of Wichita, Mr. and Mrs, Harry F.llioii ainl children, Hussi-ll. Arch and .Ma>.inn and Mr. and Mr?. Arthur Ho.card. Mi. and Mrs. Kred Smith entertain-"; yMenlay with a family re- 'iniiiii at their cuuiurv home. Those, •nt—nt were: l .ila Valine K.-inle,, Kini-1cr 1 inretiiv Sinllli Irene Sriiltl. M.,\ln,- Stuirli Kraal. !.• ni-n .Inhii Wlli Smith H IM-F I I -: Sam!, Arn.iM Suir i. True!; 1 1;:-!.\\ a t *>r Will Sfi .-h -ri, .-.lis -.- Hull,. \ Ki .1 M aiel . 1:. 1.. lunn (•••l-brating their .second wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. William li. Terr entertained tat evening a', MX o'einek dinner at tli-ir liouie, liUO Sixth Ave. east. Tl Included: Ml.- - • I',- 1 .1 V. ,U |;1. 11 Mr tta> I.-.Kharl Mast-r Jack c'liinn It'i-es and violets centered the dinner table vestcrdnv at the home • if Mr. and Mrs. William Miles, 313 Wes' t -ti 'i -frcet, chen they en >ert.lined, Mr. and Mm. OeorKe Wriil-. Mm. r.liarle.i I.eutz. Mrs lania .i lliii-lies of t 'oolidnc, Mrs R. \ a :i i:-\, nter. of St-'rlinR, Colo., .e r . '.. ilul'i and Miss Hazel Lent/.. Mr. iml Mrs. W. ('. Kviperson entertained ai dinner last evenlni; k at ttieiv coinitri- loime south of the •»>• till InKwlne: .Ntoscis »nrl Krancvs King M >":iln ni';.— .M,?s,-is — S. T ii'WA Kirl Kpperson i l ^rnei* Klac Harold I "piKri *on i Alva L. j/enii _ U nils Kppcrson Mrs. T. A. (a'alioway had as hor dinner guests yesterday at her homo 419 Sherman street east, Mrs. A. J. Ashley of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. TogBard, Mrs. William Ilorin'f and son, Arthur. Miss Florenee (Inlloway and .^Iss Hlauch (Milloway. Mr. and Mrs. .7. .1. Hnrtwell of 827 Filth Ave. east, entertained at dinner yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lee John, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. N;-bun. r . and tlauRliler, Pearl, and Mrs. William John anil daughter, Mary. Mr. and Mrs. John Trendway had as I heir Thanksgiving guests, yesterday ai their home, 1015 <\7>rlb Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv Hudson of Enid, Okla., Mrs. W. P. Henll and Mrs. II. Ci. Chip. chase. Mr. and Mrs. John T.yle had as their Thanksraving dinner guests yesterday at their home. 4U Kightli live, east, Mr. Henry Kerstlng of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs, Hoy Stewart and son, llennle, and Mrs. J. M. Lyle. Mrs. Charles Alexander of Attica was the Thanksgiving Day guest of her daughters, Mrs. J. W. Townsend and Mm. C. J. Duval!. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. (ieyer of 23 K'asl ITtU street had as their din­ ner.guests yesterday Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Brilhart. children Gladys, Dsrothy and CHf. ford spent yesterday In Newton the guests of Air. anil Mrs, J. W. George. Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Wllcoxson and daughter, Mable and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Whiilock spent the day yesterday In Piatt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brashear. ^, * Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stephonflon of Cnreyvilie had as their dinner guests yesterday. M T . and Mrs. U. L. Kirclihofer and Mi. J. N. Samplu Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Palmer Anil children of Augusta were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. A. E. Cooper of S04 Eighth Ave, east. •i <S- Miss Kdna Moeserand Mr. Frank Nichols rnotore' to Wichita yesterday to be the guests of his mother, Mrs. A. L. Nichols, * * * Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fulton, Mrs. B. 0. Brlant and children, lola and Robert are spending toe week end In Beaver, Okla, <!><!>* Mlsa Virginia Moore of Anadarko, Okla.. Is spending the week end with Miss Helen Grovier of 300 Crescent Boulevard. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Sherman of St. Joseph, Mo., spent the day here yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Morgan of H. R. 3. * •* Miss Valeria Rockhold and Mr. Kcrmlt Merrill of Newton were guests hero last evening of Miss Fay Hynn. Miss Josephine Briant and Miss Pauline Heed are spending the week end In Pratt with friends. ,i. (it. Miss Ma - Jane Freeman and Miss Verla Frazler spent yesterday In Wichita visiting with friends, •i- * •> Mr. and Mrs. Judd Benson -were the Thanksgiving guests of bis parents in Wakeeny. "Kin vou boat It Mellany?" Said Mlekoy to cat To his lady frlen' as They satt on the nllcy fence Las' night a talklu' about Thanksglvlu' day. "Not a turkey bone's Passed my way thin day. How 'n '11 's cat to give thanks, I say Mellssy, When the famllee dines out 'Nd forgets 'tin. Tlmts a human cat habit Mellsay darlink," said Mickey As hn lapped his left paw, "Human cats is the limit They eat 'nd glvo thanks 'Nd forget us alley cats Is h-u-n-g-r-y too. My mistress cook alnt showed up ' About tbo kitchen this whole day' long. Sho'U be a grouch proper In the mornln' A eatln' 'nd » glvln' thanks Sure gels them human cata In A awful frame of. mind 1 know now what I'll have for broakfas In the mornln' Mellssy A saucer of cold milk. I've had It before, I'm on To human cats treatm«nt After a holiday, Mellssy. I'm a croBsin' my raws a »\r Me­ llssy That 1'irnot catch another mouse For that cook 'til she feeds me proper. Did you get any turkey to day Mellssy?" Mickey Inquired after a pause To his last remark. And Mellssy turned her gray green lamps In his direction soulfully 'nd pur red Ons of them purs what sa ^a "You're ma man," 'Nd then aha smiled a ear to car smile 'Nd mumbled somethin' about "A beln' hungry," 'Nd Mickey fell for proper. 'Nd climbed off 'n that fence 'Nd went down the alley in search for Food for Mellssy. While Mellssy looked set, With her paws crossed 'Nd her gray green eyes a blink- ,ln' Like a spot light on a Tin Lizjle. Welch's Jxford $10 Elegantly Expressive of the Mode for Simplicity 26 N.Mam 28 | ' N. Main The Ladles' Aid of the First Christian church will have n bazaar Tuesday, D BM. 2, and will serve a chicken dinner and baked ham supper. The public li invited. 28-41 •• This Is the latest and best picture of Mrs. Charlie Chaplin. Movie goers perhaps know her bettor as Llta Clrey. She's Charlie's lending woman, you know. The comedian married her at 5 In the morning In the little town of Empalme, noar Guaymas, on the Gulf of California, In Mexico. Have Ua DRY CLEAN Preaa and repair your Sails, Fura, Dresses and Heavier clothing our bel­ ter- way. Use the phone or parcel pott. MtV CUAMBU TMSVlMSHMi VMM mom 44 THE KIND OF GLASSES YOU OUGHT TO HAVE. Th« kind that la "becoming" and that are "easy" en your eyes. My records ahow that I have fitted more than J5.000 pairs of a 'aaa**' ( devote all my time to the examination of eyes and the fitting of glasses. H. ». ZINN V Optometrist The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. The House of Quality. Henr/ Zlnn Jno. P. airchtlala THE DAILY RECORD * 1 Ji—<s>- I CHURCH NEWS. PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. Mis The Excelsior Assembly of the Church of the Brethren will meet this evening ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, 1631! Third Ave. east. Rita Guth, Miss Mildred, 1 ^ ! "~ ? <!> TOMORROW'S EVENTS The members of the Owl club will gather at the home of Mr. and To Show Mexico. City of Mexico, Nov. 28.— Motion picture films showing the business and Industrial development In -Mexico and also presenting views of the country 's natural resources, will be circulated through various states by the Rotary club of Mexico City. Gloves of Snakes. Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 28.— Elbow length gloves of snake skin are suggested as a probable fash- Ion result of an attempt being made by a firm in Tago, Mindanao. Philippines, to create a market here for reptile hides. Deeds. 7.. Randal! to .lames G. Pavten, lots 21, 21 Uik. 3, Arlington Heights srlu., Hmchiason, 32,ilno. Nellin O. Christopher to Helen AI. Christopher. N. 65 ft., lots Is, UU lint. 29. Itiitrhioson Inv. Co. 9th arte... M. Elliott Hlnmnn to Township 01 Huntsvllle, tract SW'i 2-23-11, Jl. Olive Taylor to Township of Hunts­ vllle, tract SW'i 2-2,1-3, SI. Charles B. Handles t,j Township ol Iluntsville, lot 63 and 65 luast Campbell St.. Handy add.. Hutchinson. II. Frank S. llimnan to Township DI Hutchinson, II. fill Nlnly to Henry F. Dnvls, NW'i 21-23-7, Jl. Building Permits. Mr*. R.iso Steivan, S'eventh east, stoinge house In yard. S.'.O r i. J. 1\ O. Oraber, 612 Third east, garage. SSDO. W. H. Burnett. Went lDlh-st„ residence and garage. So.oOO. Blrth». Mr. and Mr3. F. O. Hodges, 701 Third avc. cast, a daughter. Nov. 27, at Grace hospital. f Roberts. Miss Margaret High, Miss I- Mrs - Joy Morton. 20S South Ford Pauline Cusi. Miss Marjorie Mont- 1 street '1: tii - 1 • M . the '. *i. •• M • V 1 J !•: • \ el" .Mr. Ullll M-f. ,T. K. i': I Fii'ii [ !l Ave. ea.^t. was -ii Thah'hHe.ivinr: dinner • 'M-I lie y enlcrMilied lug M I'; i i -l: M l-ilini: -i> • Mi - II. II. Haii and Mr. .1. T. i'iiik.iiiii i-iiiei-iaiii- III a Joint Thanksgiving din- i 1 , iv al lin ilall re.-c'dehce ilillli Ave. ,asl. Additional - v .,ie Mr. and "11 i .illd liau'ih'.e 1 i- I 'i.iirr All id cnnicry, .MIis Georgia Beck and Mi>:. .lane Vuung motored to New- leii loday and spent a short time with .Mi-- Mildred Richards who is taking training in the Axteil hospital .Mi.-s .Maiiriue Aspev and Mr. Earl Siianuni! motored" to Wichita this lilleiniiiii] lo lie tile guests of Mr. and Mr-. Carl Evans at dinner and I I UMI ' ai liie Crestview Country clu 'ii tlii-. e\etiiug. The monthly P. E. O. luncheon ! will he held at the Uorabaugh- j Wiley Tea Room with Mrs. Claude I Buchanan, Mrs. Glover Colladay, ; Mrs. J. J. Brownlee and Miss Man-; rine Aspey presiding as hostesses. \ Mi ti r .• 11 i I, ^ ml M •i dilllle- '• : I.eir il'.l i i'M-iil Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Brown, Mr. Mrs. II. G .j and Mis. Floyd Colby nnd daughter , Josephine j Colista and Ir. a>id Mrs, Frank \n :..-:t.un. j Bio'-vn tnototed to St. John yester- • ; j day and silent the day with rela- •I. u. HIII IITII, eli- j lives and friends. -';e >H !,.«t eve- j •• lil.', Ave. A ' -' ir ' M '"S- n . Movvrev .'id | <lt !t |«lit»r Miss Weiiha Mowriy of v N.iKi.t. n I Luray the w..-nil gin-is of "••V; j Mr. and Mil. T. .1. 1 -iiloii and Mrs. Blanche Wbltiiis nf Firsl Ave. CONCERT OF KANSAS ARTISTS PLEASED i'. • Jen: i.'il' . .!. c. R ..p I. hid ,i l'r, and -••II . i;-,ii-:. I' W s-'p, lTi-i il-llTl. i«r of •£•.< < Mr. and 'Mis. I., i.l. Meye.rditig, Tiinnks. ! Mr. and Mr*. H. I'each'y and Dr. Mr-. Willi Martin liupray motored Ui Wichita • t *:,T -on, ; y-;'iy to aiv -uij the (Jrpheuin ••I. Mr*. '. : tin at iv niitlii. r and son : . ; aiel Mi-s' MUI. Rath Kvclyii lirnwn, super: vl .-,ii of iniisii; nl Wichita is the ! week -nil guest of her parents, Mr. d a,-- h,-r | ami Mrs. Lewis of :',22 Sixth M: Mss up •li, di ! M r ,• ai .'l " I. I. French and M 1- I" ,,lld ,Sll>. Ceiil'l'.c I 'estclln (• iiili-d at a TiianKheiving ililiu !:"ir I... 11.. •. .'i-i' l'i:tii a\.ii , ., uisi. Mrs. Wilda Welch and Miss Josie | i Iscn /.le of Long Beach, Calif, i - lb- g of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. j I 'd of Ninth Ave. west, i • lit M r> II. Black and Come C.CMi early in the Mcrninu to Our SHOE SALE Plenty of Par~;.ms Shoes, Girl's Shoes, Men's Shoes. left in Women's Boy's Shoes and 95c and Up Table Shoes- of Children's -Most all sizes. See Our Windows. While Audience Was Small at Kersting Concert, It Was Enthusiastic. Last evening an enthusiastic audience heard a grand opera ster at the opening of her career instead of at the end i\a has been the rase in times past, when Miss Kathleen Kerstliig of Wichita, a protege of Emma Calve sang at Convention hall. it was i>. home concert in one way, only Kansas arti. ts were on the program, Miss Kersting being nssisied by Arthur ('lie violinist, of Liudsborg college and Otto Fischer of Wichita, pianist. The first two groups of Miss Kersting's were taken from the grand opera scores and while the wordB were unintelligle to the mass or her audience her gestures and dramatic acting brought the meaning Vo her bearers. An Innovation to a program of her standing was the . two religion.- numbers, "Nlnty-And- | Nine" and ".Sweet Hour of Prayer" l which were rendered laptlie spirit ' o* than, sgiviug for the gift of sor.g i to the singer. Her closing number* t were a group of ballads known to j all and the closing on "Home Sweet j Home' was given with much feeling, possibly a remembrance of the* : fart it will be soon that ."iss Ker- | j sting will be far away from her i home in Wichita. I Mr. I'be played two numbers, i both showing the wonderful mas- ; II ry b-- as over his instrut, ent. He \ played without an accompanist j which made it all the more ditf'l- j cult performance. ! \ Mr. Fischer played tho accompaniments for Miss Kerstlng and . -'ave two solo numbers, which hroughi h'; fine tecliniijlle as a master of the pianoforte. i Busy Day Yesterday For the Interurban For School, Play or Dress Wear No Shoes Like "Kid -Kix" Free Balloon With Every Pair These popular little shoes possess to a marked degree all the qualities which mothers seek in juvenile foot- Pretty Styles Perfect Fit Long Wear Moderate Price Made on one last in one width, and in a variety of styles. They are today the most popular child's shoe in Hutchinson. Sizes— 3 to 5 Sizes— 51/2 to 8 Sizes— 8V 2 to 11 Sizes— llVa to 2 $2.45 $2.95 $3.45 $3.95 To save the wear on "dress shoes"— "Kid-Kix" Introducers A sturdy shoe in mahogany call tor "scttii" wear Hoys' ami girls' si vies on the tables at $l'.95, $2.45 and $2.95. RorzbavdhWileys ThankBplving- Pay was busier j lliau the usual day on the Arkansas Valley Interurban road. The car curried many people to Wichita Newton and stations between and also brought lu more than tho ltstiai dally number of people. A holiday means visiting and yesterday was j like the usual one Tor the A. V. 1. Manager Wanted -l0T- Cash Grocery and Market Location, stock and fixtures are good. Must be able to handle meats and groceries and must be be willing to put up a deposit of $500 and take the store on a commission. Write G -12, care News, stating age, experience and give references.. Dress Goods and Silks | Hosiery and Underwear PIN STRIPE "SERGES—36-lnch Wool Mixed Crepes anil Serges, comes In brown, navy and black. QQ A Saturday Special 30C STRIPE NOVELTY—40-inch material in hairline stripes suitable for dross, skirts and suits. A 4 *fC Saturday Special $lil3 OBLONG CHECKS—42-inch oblong chocks In tan, brown, grey and navy—this Is a big selling number. f*| OC Saturday Special <9 I ifcw 54-INCH WOOL CREPE—Just two pieces of this material at this price. It's all wool and heav,y quality. $2.50 value. . QQ Saturday Special $lidO POIRET TWILL—64-Inch, extra fine needle cord weave, comes In burnt russett. brown, heaver, navy and black. ©9 "ffl Saturday Special yOilO BROCAOEO SILK FAILLE—40-lnch brocadas in all new patterns and colors. New shin ments Just arrived. M QC Saturday Special .'yiiww CORDUROY—30-inch Dath Robe Corduroy In new bright colors. 'Make your-Xmas robe Saturday Special ... $1.00 IMPORTED PONGEE—33-inch Jap Pongee In natural only—this (s genuine 18 monimie pongee. 7Qf> Saturday Special I wU CANTON CREPE—40-Inch Canton Crepe, a good heavy quality silk and wool, large line of colors. tfl CQ Saturday Special ^ I lOU KIMONA SILK—New shipment of Klmotia Silks, ;in ail silk material. New patterns for your Xmas kimona. Ol "FC Saturday Special y 1 1 1 «l CANTON CREPE — 40-inch, all silk Canton Crepe in extfl good quality. All the new colors. ?2.95 value. ©O 4A Saturday Special ytiUa Here Is a Real Bargain— 69 c Golf Hole, Sport Hose. Fibre Silk and Pura Thread , Silk Hose, Slight­ ly Irregular. SILK HOSE—Pure Thread Silk Hose In all good colors and black. PI 00 Saturday Special yliUU CHIFFON SILK HOSE—Edward's Special. All Silk Hose with Vandyke heel. ft Of All colors yltslU ALLEN FINE SILK HOSIERY- Sllk, fine rashioned. All colors. Special LADIES' UNION SUITS—A tine Mercerized Garment. 3 styles. Short sleeves. Knee length- Long sleeves and ankle length. Also no sleeves and ankle length. BJft Regular sizes y I iwU CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS—Minneapolis, well made Union Suits for girls. Strap < Aft stays. Ages 2 to 12. Special yliUU LADIES SILK AND WOOL UNDERWEAR of Silk and Wool, good weight garments, long sleeves and full length. M Efl Regular siies yOiwV -Pure Thread $1.50 fyjofvember (pat Sale SATURDAY It the Last Day of Our November Coat Sale—Buy Your Winter Coat Now, and Save Youraelf Money. COATS AT $14.95 Here is the coat bargain of the season. Large fur collars nicely lined throughout, fine all wool materials; colors ..Brown, Wine, Gray and Brick. Sizes to 44. (1/1 0C November Coat Sale , <Pl4-.tTu COATS AT $23.95—Made of a fine high lustre Bolivia; largo fur collars, silk linings throughout; Brown, Black and Grays; all sizes to 46. Here is a great saving for you. (OQ AC November Coat Sale $£0.33 COATS AT $20.00 Have arranged a group of the better coats and reduced the price so you can have a real good coat at the price of medium grade. In this lot are coats formerly $45.00. COQ All November Coat Sale (j )fa7«Ull BETTER COATS AU of our better coats are reduced for the last day of this sale. One of our coats would make a wonderful Christmas present. $49.50 559.50 $69.50 VISIT OUR BEAUTY SHOP NEWT EDWARDS D.G.C? Main and Second Streets

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