SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20192* THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAGE SEVEN HURCHES Zlen Luthtmn Church — Eleventh "AVOIUIO and Washington street. A. •). Jtoll, pastor. Puhlla Worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "Win* l,iv- InK." Anthem by the choir. Sunday school at 8:30, P. A. i«er«, Supt. J.*u- thor League at G:30-7:30, lend or Rti'i prenldotit, Robert Haur. Evening nerv- Ice at 7:30. Address. "isolation or Ito- llglous Education to Oood Citizenship," by Superintendent .1. W. (low- ana. Special Anthem by Illffh School Octette, also anthem by Lutheran choir. Evanoelleal Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer, Missouri Synod—P. BUHSO, pastor. Chapel and para on ago 1118 N. Kim. Sunday school 10 a. m. English service 11 a. m., subject, "Tne Coming of the King unto the Daughter of Zlnn.'* Children 's tnnettng 2::>t) p. m. Walter League meeting 8 p, m. Bethel. A. M. C. Church—Corner 1J and Washlngtod. Sunday school 9:3(t. Preaelilng 31:00. A. C. E. Lenguo Demonstrative service represontlnR the harvest Is passed. Church will bo 4eooratcd accordingly. Choir will render numbers appropriate- for tbo occasion. Thanksgiving sermon subject, •'Thanksgiving That Ttoes Not End in "Words'* by ltev. 13. F. Hooks, pastor, «:00. Unlversaltst Church—Seventh avo- Ittie and Walnut street, .lames Houghton, minister. 10 a. m. Sunday school, M!s» 1211a Bensbeldt, Sunt.; elassea for all ages of pupils, 11:00 a. m. •worship and sermon, "The Men of Science and the Men of the Bihlc— a Word for Thinking People." M^a. Lola Graber Mustaln will sing, A cordial welcome awaits you at this nhurcb. • ... , , , First Congregational Church—"Eleventh and walnut. Stephen Hutcher, minister. 9:46 a, m. ^undny school; Bible classes for all ages; Mr. George Ronnell, Supt. 11 a. m. church Service, worship and sermon; subject, "The Best Jesus Had: Ha Gave,'* 8:00 vesper service; Mr. Butcher will begin & series of year-end ad drosses on the theme, "Old Testament Parable* and the New-Day Life." The eubject for Sunday evening, "A I'oor Man's Lamb"—II Sam. 12:1-23. East Hutchinson Evangelical Church —Third and Chemical, A. C. Poeranh, minister. Sunday school with standard classes 10 a. m, Treaohlng 11 BL in.: subject. "The Glory of Sunday School." Christian Endeavor 7 p. in. T-'roaching 7:30 p. m.; subject, "Christian Conduct." Prayer meettnir-7:30 Wednesday evening at Mr. Lee Wells' on Third and Town street. First Evanoelleal Church—Tenth nnrt Jefferson. M. J. Steinmetz, minister. The Sunday school will meet at 9:15 with classes for all irrndes. Worship at U'.OO; sermon eubject, "The Christian Brotherhood— The Church—Which Church." The Evangelical Leagues »f Christian Endeavor will meet at 6:3d. Worship af 7:30, with topic of sermon. "If So—What Then?" Prayer meetlnp and chorus rehearsal Wednesday night f .C 7:00. Pilgrim Holiness Church—Corner Baker and East Fifth. J. Paul Roper, pastor. Sunday school 0:45 n. m, Morning prenchlng 11 : ft o. Ladles' frayur meeting 3 p. m. Young pROple 'n meeting 6:30 p. m. Evening preaching 7:30. Tuesday evening cottage prayer meeting at the home of Mr. Hoffman, Bl 1 East Fifth. 7:30. Thursday evening prayer meeting at church at 7:30, First Ave. Baptist Church—Guy If. •\Clmmer, minister. Sunday school if :30. Morn Ing v.-urxh 11» 11:00. M r. T. J. Dillon will eltiK "The Good Shepherd" by Van Do Water. The theme of the sermon will bo "The Distinguishing Features of a Christinn." The Sunday school orchestra will furnish the music for the evening sendee. »Tha subject of the evening message will bo "The Positive Elt- m«u In Christian Faith." A hearty welcome to all our service.*. Divine services (Swedish) 11 a. m.; subject, "Behold, Thy King Cometh Unto Thee." Evening service 7:30; nubjont, "Put Ye on the Lord ,le *uia Christ." Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. The Lndies' Aid will have an auction sale, Friday owning at tho homo of Mrs. John Swnnson. Flret Church of Christ, Scientist — Services are held In church edifice, corner of Mnln and Fourteenth «t«., Sunday morning at 11.00 o'clock. Subject: "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, alias Mei-morlsm and Hypnotism, Denounced,'* Sunday school nt 0:30 a. m. The Wedneadav evening testimonial scrvlco at 8 o'clock. The public reading room Is In Itonm t}2\* Uorabaugh-Wllcy building, mid is open every week day from It n, m. to Q p. m. First Christian Church—Fifth and Main. F. F. Walters, pastor. Bible school H:30; the Yming People's department will glvo a pimennt, "The House or Irving Service," during the Bible school hour. Three Christian Endeavor societies meet at 6:30. Prayer meeting 7:30 Wednesday cvenlnir. The pastor wlU glv.) \\\n last sevmoii concerning Mio Christian church nt 10:45. and MIH. Lillian Mltchner will glvo an address nt 7:30. All member* of the. church and her special friends aro Invited to henr this nationally known and loved woman of our city. First Methodist Episcopal Church- Corner of Flvst and Walnut. J I. 1*. (.Heckler, pastor. Sunday .HCHOOJ at 9:80. J. A. Hlldynrd, Supt. Ulnesea for people of all ages. Morning wor. ship nt 11:00 o'clock. Tho- pastor's subject ."Mnltlplylng SpJrilnal Kfff't- Ivenew!." Evening womh 1 p at 7:30. Subject, "Tho Mighty Christ." Senior Epworth Leamic and High School League for ail the young p^oplo at 0:30. Mennonlte Church — Corner Fourth and Cleveland streets, J. J, Plunert, pastor. Kd W. Miller, S. S. Supt. 10 a. m., Bible classes; 11 a. m., public worship, subject, "A Model Bible Teacher." The Junior choir will furnish special music nt this hour; 7:30 p. in. public worship. Subject, "Biblical Conception of Sin." 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, prayer meeting. 7;00 p.m. Friday Junior choir practice; 7:4t> p. m., Friday Senior choir practice. First Presbyterian Church—Sherman Ea«t at Poplar. Duncan O. Macl.cn- nnn, minister. Sunday school 0:30 a. m. Morning worship at 11 o'clock.. Sermon subject. "God Is Light." Senior High Christian Endeavor at G:3u p. m. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Sermon subject, "Tho Sustaining Vision." Tim pastor will preach at both services. First United Brethren Church—Corner Fifth and Walnut streets. It. ',*. Russell, minister, !):tS a. m., Bible school with classes suited to all agen; 11 o. ni., morning worship and sermon: C:30 p. m.. Senior Christian End .Nivor; 7:30 i>. n»,, evenlriK service of Koi '.pel and music. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., church night with prayer meeting nt the nbove hour. Thursday afternoon, Women's Aid til the home of Airs. Belle Pearce. Wotea: Wo aro worshipping In tho old hulldlni; that stands Just west of where the new one Is being erected. It is heated with stoves and is quite comfortable. United Presbyterian Church—Sixth East nt Elm. W. C. Davidson, minister, BJbJ© .school at 9;4.*>; especially Interesting Adult Blbio classes. Prune),Ing tlit:m« at 11:00, "God or Self." Meeting* for all grades of young people nt i>:30. Preaching at 7 :3i>. The unusual feature of the evening will bo the mimical program put on by the Milne family. Christian Church, South Hutchinson —Hugh C, Gresham. minis tor. ?;45 a. m. Bible school. 11 a. m. sermon by the minister. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavtfr. 7:30 p. m. revival service-* conducted by Be v. F. V. Wallers. Irwin Memorial Presbyterian Church —Corner Fifth and Severance. W. Steele, minister. Sunday school 9:45 a->m. Public worship af It a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morntnn theme, "Life— Transfigured and Transformed." Evening thetne. "Tbo Athletic mid Ascetic in Life." Junior C. E. 4 p. m. Intermediate C. E. G p. rn. Senior C E. ft:30 p. m. Prayer meetlriK and choir |ractloo Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Ladles* Circle Thursday 2 p. tn. Emmanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church—C and Plum. G. A. Peterson, pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Cancer Proved Fatal. Nov. 29.—Fred Volker, a prominent farmer residing nenr Zenith, Is dead from the effoct of a nancnr of th*» Rtonmch, aged 59 years. He was a native of Haiiovor, Gerinany, coming to America when a boy. Shop-O-Scope will show you a lot of things you never know about Xmas" shopping. tt Install a Radio in Your Home The many pleasant evenings spout "listening In" will more than repay the initial cost. Our •tock of Railing and parts la complete. Whether you want a complete set or Just a few parts you will be able to find them hero. A trip to our Btoro will prove a profitable investment for prices are nry law. ELECTRIC CO. FOUR NORTH MAIN Real Economy By having: your dry cleaning and pressing done the "AMERICAN WAY" You save in the cost of cleaning and pressing and you get more wear out of your garments. OUR SERVICE SAVES. American Steam Laundry PHONES 107 and 108 Hutton & Oswald, Props. THE OLD HOME TOWN ADVENTURES OF THE TWINS. By Olive RobtrVi BartMW SEVERAL THE CHECKER RARAPMERNAi-IA CAPTURED tffl AUNT SAfcAH PEABODY. WHEN SHE RAIDED THE FIRE STATION SEVE«A«DAYS A<SO " WAS STItl. UNCLAIMED • AT A t-ATE HOUR TDCV\Y- „ > CROSSWORD PUZZLE This neat llttio thing-a-ma-Jle; wa9 constructed by one who spent his boyhood on a Michigan farm. That's why ho naturally defines 11 vertical us "two horses." Program for Sunday, Nov. 30. (Courtcny of Radio Digest), (By Associated Press). KFOZ, Berrien Springs C2SG) 8:15. sacred concert; 8:30, readliiKs; S:45, Bervlces. WEKf, noston (303) «:S0-9, strand Tlie.itrti program. WON, Chicago Tribune (3V» f, concert ensemble, soloists. WQii, IluffiUo (31S) 8-5, organ. WLS. Clilcago (315) 6:3D-7, organ; 7-8. muscal. WQJ. Chicago (441) 8-10, concert; sopjranq,_ cello, piano, cert. WJAX, Cleveland (380) 1:30, «on- HOKIZONTAL. 1. Very brave person. 4. Many as one, 7. Precious slouo. 5. Deep hole. 10. Word of denial or refusal. 13. Conjunction uniting alternatives. 13. Mercenary. 15. Myself, lli. Lorn? seats. IS. Nutlns comimrlsoii. 20. Small particlo ot matter. 22. Parched with heat. 23. Whero humanity originated, 21. Lifetimes. 20. Ostrich. 28. Those who sort. 31. Mama. 33. Necessities. 34. Masculine pronoun. 35. Period of time. 37. Mimic. 3S. Ansry. 3'J. Fellow. 40. Tidy. VERTICAL. , 1. Feminine pronoun, 2. A square of type. 3. Not shut. 4. Western stale settled by Mormons. 5. Within. 0. Male cat. 7. A ruminant. S. Writing instrument. Small part ot a linear foot. Two burses. Deer flesh. Those at the head. Uncovers. Stalks. Witch. Smallest number. ,i Summit. To walk. Made use of. To cut grain. Paradise, Segment ot a circle. A cover for tho head. An exclamation. Mother. Answer Jo word Puzzle: Yesterday's CVoM- ••••ma cinania a •• a - H ra • • a a a SQClOQHGaClHO n a p tr spa H. E S agon a a a ii E|ii: JMlOlUlNlTISl Floods Hit Germany "Well, Tom Tinker auessed I* any way,",said the Riddle Lady, "and he gets the prl*e—* bottle of perfume." "Here's a rlddlo for everybody to RUess." said the Riddle I,ady. "it's very easy—as plain as tho nose on your face." Nancy and Nick and all of Mrs. John's visitors slopped talking and llstouod with all their might. This was the rlddlo. "I heat you to bod, I beat you to school, and I heat you getting home again. No matter whero you go or what you do, you never catch up to me. I am right before you, yet you nevor soo me, Who am IV" "A shadow!" guess»d Nimble Jack. "The wind," guessed Johnny Sprigg-. "No," said the Hiddle Lady. "Aha, I know!" crieu Tom Tinker, "it's your nose." "No, your nose," laughed the Kiddle Ijariy, "My nose doesn't beat you to school and boat you home again. It's your own nose." "You should say it's one's nose." corrected the Wise Man. "It you Wish to 1-now anything about grammar, come to me." "Wall, Tom Tinker guessed It anyway," said tho . Hiddle Ijady, "and he gets tho prizu—a bottle of perfume." "Humph! I should think a pinch ot snuff would bo more Ilka it," sniffed Dr. Foster. "Aren't there any more riddles?" asked Nancy who got. tired ot so much talking. "Yes." said the Riddle Lady. "What is this? "I havo moroi keys than Blue- board, yet I canu t uulock a door." Kverybody guessed and gui'sscif. but not ,i son! got it, and finally llioy all vrnvo up. "A piano," salt! the Riddle lady. "Now what's this one?. "When I nui good I am very very good and when I am bad I am horrid. I am-only useful when I am broken. The older I grow the strongor 1 get." "Well, I guess I should kuo.v what thai is," said Humpiy Dump- ty. "It's an ngg. Isn't It!" "Yet," said tho Itlddlo Lady. "You are right, Mr. Pumpty. "I hopo I didn't hurt your feelings." "Certainly not," said Ilmupty Dumpty. "I hope I'm not as thin- skinned as all that." "What's tho ne.it riddle? Puss-iu-Hools. "I was Just coming to it," said tho niddlo I.ady. "What. Is It that grows bigger, the more it iqses. It conies in Blockings, doughnuts and sieves." "Stocklugs.'" cried Mrs. Dumpling. "Well, I ought to know with a son 111:- mine. Holes, ot colirso!" "That's right," said tho It: Idle Lady. "And here is your priz -1 , Mi*. Dunipll''". a darning lualtot.." There were more rid lies af that, but I'll havo to wait until '.a morrow to tell you tho rest. fhe.-ter N. Wcinvr. a'n.i eta co autnnmtiilc :<crenf- wiiM.vl :o g- to Now York In a hurry. So :< ivrnpned himseli' up llko Rn »lt nuill pack.ige, with $718 worth »• stamps on him. and waited for mailman. 1'osimaMer Power of 8«n KrniH'i.^eo irlaht) weighed hfm in and wa<f ready to «piid him eo, a !' ward when a wire frern noi»ta.l ol ficlaN Iti Washington stopped th" trip. SUPT. GOWANS IN LUTHERAN PULPIT Superintendent. ,T. W. dowrum. of th,} city s,:iioois. will occupy the pnlp't. at the Zion Lutheran church tomorrow evening, d!.cusMn<? "Tho Relation of Religious Education to <!ood Citizenship," The High school octette, composed of right, hlch school atudonM wll sing. In lho octette are Mo-'- guerlle ('ripe, Martha Tombs. Fan- naked i nl *' Cordon. Anna Von Loonrod, 'John (ireemrt, John Cainpba!.'. Olen Benjamin and Clifford BlacK with Lucille Stevens, pianist. Nlckerson's Poultry Show. Tho annual poultry sho-w »i. Nickereon will h« held Dec. 10 in 13. Prof- L. F. Payne, head of the poultry department, agricultural college, will Judge (ho -Jhow and make a number of ialks. Cash prizes and silver cups aro offered. yrfghl 1934 NBA Service toe.) (To Be Continued.) The Methodist Conference Th« annual conference of th» Southwest KaiiBaa Methodist churches will bo hold next spring at Great fiend. Tho date has been fixed for March It. WBK, Cleveland (18!) T, chapel err vlcn; 8, concert. WW, Cincinnati («3> eermon. 7:45. concert. WWJ, Detroit Newi (517) «:30, eer- vlces. WFAA. Tsllae N«w» ana Journal (47ti) '9:30, Hawaiian music, recital, songs. WOO, Davenport (484) ». eorvlces; 9:30, orchestra. WHO. Pes Moines (526) 7:30-9, mu- alcale. tenor, baritone. KNX, Hollywood (337) I, program; 10, feature; 12, singer. VVHAA, low* City (484) »-9:60, hymns. WHB, Kans» City (411) «-9:U, religious. WOAP, Kansas City Btar (411) 4-3, orchestra. KHJ, Los Angelee Times (335) 8:30, orchestra: 0, organ; 10, program. KKSB, Los Angeles (278) U, Bervlces, organ; )2. organ. K.rs, Ixis Angeles (360) 8. services; 10, organ, soprano, religious. WMC. Memphis Commercial Appeal (S00) 11, services Calvary Kplscopal Church. CHYP, Montreal (341) 7:45. concert. WHN, Now York (SCO) 0, entertalu- "wcAU Northfield (SCO) 8:30, sacred program. KGO, Oakland (J12) 6:46, services. WOAW. Omaha (636) «, Bible hour; 9, musical chapel service. KGW, Portland (452) B, services; 8, 0 °KPO,'San Tranclsco (423) 10:30, ecn- C0 \VT.T, Schenectady (350) 8:30, «er- vtees; S-a, symphony orchestra. KPNF, Shenandoah (206) 0:30, sacred aong service. WBBR, Staten Island (273) 8:1). choral singers; 8:20, tenor; 8:25, Bible lecture; 8:55, tenor; 9, choral singers. WHBC, Valparaiso (27S) 7:30, «erv- l °CKY, Winnipeg (450) «, services. ZION Little Nadlue Rundcll got hurt quite badly when she ran Into a cellar door. Her lips wore cut and several teeth, loosened. The Farm Bureau club met at Mrs. Clarence Sthole's Tuesday afternoon. Christmas novelties wero made. Mr. Glen Flnfrock threshed kutir Tusday and Wednesday. Swnu Magnuson's butchered some hogs*Monday. Stanley Petersen butchered tho first of the ,weok. Mrs. Swan Petersen came out to help them. Phil Finfrock is able to be out again after being sick for over n week. Work is abandoned at tho Molir well. They are pulling casing this week: Mrs. Crutchfield and children spent Thanksgiving ;wlth Mr. and Mrs. Crutchfield, In Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sthole and children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Heimuth in Hutchinson Thanksgiving. Shop-o-Scope will make the buy lug ot Xniua presents for others us much fun as opening your own on Xmas shopping. tf. First picture of tho floods which are causing great damage throughout Germany. Tho above is a scene in Frankfort whore water surrounds tho railroad and business section. Dummy In Booth. Manchester, Kng.: A purse- snutcher, running from police for- 4 i- li ;i crovvd-'il slrcct at night, (lodged into u hotel lobby and was o,; • i.:i .,r ;in :iCo s;tu a figure J'I u Ulcpliono booth in Ibo lobby and approached tho booth cutitloualy with drawn gutis. in the booth they found the wax tigure ot a eiotalug itorej dummy that the clever robber had placed there a decoy. Attend The Universalist Church "The Church That Is Different." Sunday's Theme "The Men of Science and the Men of the Bible." •irvlces 11:00 A. M. JAMES HOUGHTON, Mlnliter. Prior to 1914 copper sold at 11 couts a puuutl compared with a record high of 44 cents a pound during the Civil War. Toda\ it i- selllng around 14 cents a pound and tills country Is consuming red metal at the annual rate of l.OOt),- 090,000 pouad% DOLLS Will Please the Heart of Every Little Girl It's a joy to see the brilliant smile creep over little Betty's face as she receives her gifts on Christmas morning- and to hear her gleeful little scream as she opens the box containing a beautiiul Doll —the gilt supreme. You 'll find all types of Dolls at all Prices in Doll Town on our second floor. We are featuring the Amherjr "Mama" Dolls which walk and talk. There are boy dolls, Clown dolls and all soris of stuffed animals too, which will delight the little boy. At $1.00 There nre two distinctive types nt Dolle «t this price with a doz.en different styles of dress. One type with hair nnd one without, At $1.75 A very lovely, largo size Mama Doll with composition legs and anus. Big enough for any child. At $2.50 A 26-Inch Mima Doll dressed in assorted colors of rompers. Soft body aud legs, A big doll for a little price. At $3.00 Largo size Mnraa Dolls, IS inches tall. Best quality head and body with painted eyes and hair. Fjieh is beautifully dressed in a wide variety of dresses. At $3.75 Dolls ot the same quality make-up as those mentioned above, only 21 Inches tail. Dressod to please tho most fastidious. Painted eyes and hair. At $3.75 An IS inch Doll with composition head, legs and arms. Moving oyes and wig. A little smaller than tho other ?3.7S doll but a r<-al bargain. At $4.50 The "Anniversary Haby"—A real baby Main* Holl. Typically dressed in a wool jacket, silk IIOBO, stork pants, etc. Others of tba same style priced from $11,511 to $10. At $5.00 Our Feature Doll—19 inches tall with highest quality composition legs and arms. A very pretty faco and neatly dressed. Sewed wig and sleeping eyes. At $5.75 The same type ot doll, same size only more elaborately dressed in a fancy luce-trimmed frock. At $7.00 A large 21 inch Doll big enough for the so- called "last Doll." An excellent pleco of art work. Sewed wig nnd moving eyes. Very finely dressed. At $10.00 A large 26 Inch Doll that will pteaso tho heart of any little miss who aspires to have a ItRAl. Imll for Christmas. Sewed wlir, moving: '')'<" ami biautItully dressed. At $15.00 A 1,-atiir" Doll that '-arrles every detail with i 1 as to flue workmanship and material in composition and dressing. 2D inches tall. Alsd a large line of Imported undressed dolls, Famleo dolls, American made novelty dolls, and all sorts ot stuffed dolls for the very tiny tot. Also a Una ot Lloyd Loom Doll Buggies.
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