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PAGE EIGHT JHE HUTCHINSON NEWS, Social 0 3 Call Telephone No. 4400 and ask for Society. (Hems for tills department must be In by 10:00 a. m.) The Klkf club I IOUB ., was the acfi.a ot a most dollghTul danclnir party last evenlntr, when the members of tho local nrriur of the Be Malay nntorlaluod with thcilr nn- nual party (or the high school football Gold nnd blue, the colors of tho high school and also of tho sr- gitnlgatlou wei 'B usort to docoratu tho linl). and a drop cellln? of gold and bluo streamers addnd a pretty feature. The lights vera shud- ecl and spot lights In various colors wero used throughout the evening. 1-Joyd Holladay's orchestra furnfshed mt.slc for the dancer*. There wore more than 150 guests present. The cliapcrones Included Mr. and Mrs. J, W. (iowuuf, IIr. und Mrs. It. U. McCarroll, Mr. und Mrs. A. !i. I.elgti, Sir. and Mrs, .1. W. Glllflanrf, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Johnson und Mr. 11. E. Vhlteloy. Tho mcinbors of tho lou.m aro as follows; "\VftHfi- Mi.akar<3 I >*n II lirlKK« < •orneUui* Msnn Hull'li Nov t,s Hodort ttrttt«n Kenneth LouKhton find Ornmm I'laivm'i; Htinrwcod Harold Sctioolrv Churl™ Kntl«i- S. Unwell lit-i Hlrdler Kunc-n.! t.lvlns.-ton Himiiiv Itrlirtit Hurion t .ymnii i lid \Vie«l«tl Ijarwln Kld,;i- l:r,l„ rl '>tt.'V Ull„y Woodnon 'lu .i Wui'tlHon »'i,r! r]ri//)t|j !."c Srlmtffi' Hum * •*> Urouze. chrysanthemum* und yellow candles tird with bronzo and yellow tulle centerwl the luncheon i able today nt. the RorabauKh-Wiley Tea lloom, when the monthly P. K. U. hinohoon was held. Guests of tho local ladles Included ten members of Chapter I1VY of Rallna who motored here this morning for tho function. Mrs. Clntirto Tluchanan, Mrs. fllover Cnl- latlay, Miss Nellio L'arey and Miss llw't(- Hnrnltrt Ha.kurd 1 'fun (.'tHipmsn K?>>ort Martin • irvllh Jiiim*. (.JrlHsnni Trod Dir.u Mutirlne Aspey presided a« hOBl- esses for the day. The local members who were present are: Mi'.*dHino*-- John Htiirr I.. T. rhllil ('. E. Tedrlck . It. it. Hi\liimf.ini III 1 Irmpxtid .1. I'. Ituwlanil 11. A. Btrwart I. J. W. 1'. Kinked' .1. T[. iMnlviiiiiii MI SM'J — K. .1, jMi.-wam-r Maty ('. TJ. .I'finluK* J.tnw Hudson l.tu* I.Vttrr ( l-'iiBtnuin Vrank Ni'iil ^adle fcluMmiin Trlpl<r tlitlil .Icnnh) (.'olladav II. I.. Scales l.'on .tiutce Klnlmt The tenth birthday aunlversary of Theo Allen Grtdcr was celebrated j ealerilay* afternoon, when her mother, Mrs. J. (1, Gurrlnan entertained at their home, 107 Sixth Ave. enst. (lumen and contests formed the diversion of the afternoon, th ( > prizes SO I IIK to Laver* Woods, mid Heity Jane Hereford. Luncheon was nerved by the hostess asslstod by Mrs. K. K. Hill. The gueets: mill. Huftlnes WIcMU. Mnre«ri>t slioplieij t'li,i,.|,A rteftch Mildred Wi-lln II, Ily June Uut.h KmiMUi H„r, ford Pllulinn HawllllR* ,T,,,in hVnrl I'r .rlH li .-v.J .VOlKi I Aiidfalr l.nver:i Woedh I 'n zll 1.5nMi l-'rn nr-iy- Hcnm-r ,l«ri,H tttiffln ^B Janet ta nru,-?, latllan Leonard The members of the Tres Jolie flub enjoyed a dancing unity last evening at. tho Yooman hall with Mrs. (,'. II- Cieer and Mr. und Mrs. O. tj. .Elliott presiding as hosts and hostesses. Tho evening was spent dancing and a short program was preseuied during the Intermission. Ouests ot the club wero Mr. and Mrs. .1. .1. Hritt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred l.ovo, Miss Emma Smith and Mr. Harold Williams. Little Miss Ch'o Martha Hopper of Ness (Tty was honored yesterday afternoon, when her grandmother, Mrs. .1. C. Hopper enter- SOCIAL CALENDAR Sunday ; Porter of Peahody will bo solemn- Mr. and Mrs. James Duffy will i •*««" at eleven-thirty o'clock In the • mei-iain with an Informal evening morning at the home of the brides HI their homo 11 Crescent IJoulo- . imri -ulB, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nlch- .. r i 1 olsou In Newton. Mond , y I Chapter 1.1U 1'. E. O., will hold Miss Margaret Haas will enter- 1 th*lr annual Day Nursery sewinK t&in the members ot her brlduo >"''<•!lug at the home of Mrs. 1, r. club at one o'clock luncheon «t the :« hlltl. 42!) I Irst Ave. east with Mrs. Jtornlmugh-Wlley Tea Room and **• A. Davis assisting. hrhU-o at the home of her sister, M™. J. Urovlor will preside Mr*. Stewart Simmons in clover- na hostess to the member of the ( j fl l P New Century cluh at a one o'clock The regular meeting ot tho Moth- luncheon at »< T home, 300 Cres• rs' club will b« held at tho homo cent Doulavard. ot Mrs. Frank Hippie, ^0 Ninth J , TllB r«KuIar meeting of the Nee- Ave. uiist assisted bv Mrs. K. A. d,1 ° n, " , Thread club will bo hold Rosocrans and Mrs. F. J. Hnber- w,th Mrs - w - A - Randall as hostess liorn. 1 at ber homo. 21S Kast Campbell Tlie nieiiibers of the S. II. A. 1 s!r0Rt - clul, will gai.hcr ai. the home of! Tll(i members ot the Bowknot .Mr-'. K. I'. Schroll, uti" Sixth Ave. : c,llb wi " nicet with Mrs. C. H. Moreast, with Mrs. I'ear) Flora assist- i 10,1 » 8 hostess at her home, 1004 j n p_ 1 Ave. B east. The members of the Schubert j Mi>. and Mra. Hay Sovereign will Music dub will enjov an tintiau- antertRl " 108 Twin Six club at ally fine program at the homo ofi thelr b^n'o, S 18 Eighth Ave. west. Mrs. VV. \J. Hodrlc.U. 420 West Slier- Mr - a,Hl - Mr,i - A - A - Mclntlre will Uiau street. entertain the members ot tho Jolly Tuesday '< ''"M" cll| b at their home on Ninth The Hutchinson Woman* club ' Avc ' e " st ' will linve a «oclal meellng at the hum.! ot Mrs. Frank Fearl, JS22 Norili Asha streot. Mr*. .1. J. Hrlll will prusldu as lio ^'chti to tho members of the 1'rlendly Neighbors club at. her toui •, HOC- North Monroe street, The regular mooting of the Qui Vive cluh will be held with a guest •lay nt the home of Mrs. J. J. Hrrnvnlee. 120 We*t IXili street Willi Mrs. Warren While assisting. -Mrs. Will lloruff will preside as busiest i" the l.adie- nt tho V. t'. T. at her home, IS'i Twelfth A\<: "BSI The recnlar ice.iini; ,,f llii tin- cial Circle (lulj will Ii" held with Mrs. C. VI. Davis a! her home, S20 JJr Mienn •••> -tr t. 31r.-. Fred t.aioior, Alts, .lames I,ee Hick. -Mrs. (1. R. tiagu mid Mr-. X. 1.1. Sawyer will preside a^ lios' esses (in- ihe regular hridne luncheon ;i! i lie fe'iintry club. ,\ Hi, eiin^ of thu i .'.vectttive hoaid tjf the i.engiio of Women Voters •will h" bold at soveiethii iv .I 'clnci; at the home ot Mrs. It. It. McCar roll, le-'. Blevenih .we. wc-t. Wednesday. Mi>. Hay Smltli will presld, <>!' her lirldce I'il'th Ave. tile ill I'. I . ilullle '.: Ave. will enii.rtain i hutiicss to tho Uw, club at her home, west. The mi iiibets u: Cluh will gather : M».'.. Tom Cording east. Mrs. It. U*. Vuuc the ladies of the ilellauthus club at one o'clock luncheon at. the Uor- obaugh-VVIley Tea Itoom nti'l bridge at her home, 208 Tenth Ave. west. Tho members of tho IKiiibl,, six Club will onjoy tho hospitality of Mr». J. W. Jurrotl at her home, 117 West. 17th street Airs Alfred Kn» land will |,ie-;,n 9i hofltess to the i:ieinh,r.- ci tie- M^erry .Matrons club .it h.-r II am v Tl,e nii 'iuburs ot the 1'iit.i. I'resi- dents' club will h» by The inenitjevs ot tho I'otka Dot (lub will gather at the home of llrii. (ieortse Clark, 701 Seventh Ave, east. The members of the Columbine club will jrather at the home of Mrs. 1). ,\. Nichols, 411 Third Ave. east. . Thursday, i Mi*. John Meade will preside aa : hostess to the menvbera of her ' bridge ''[Ml, u t nns o'c' lunch- j eon at the Hornhaugh-Wlley Tea Room and bridge at her home, 22y East lSth street. J The iiiinuiil elecilou of <it'ficers In j I he Aineiicau l.e^iuu Auxllinry will ; lie lield iii a regular meeting ut | the Armory. Mrs. Chester Munns -will entertain liie ladies of the Golden Glow 'cluh at her hunt"'. 012 Fifth Ave. east. The regular meeting of the Wei'.- 1 i -iiie Social club will be held at the couuti'y home t if Mrs. n. J. Hey, iiolcN with Mrs. William Newlln a.,si„tlng. drs. Carl Iticliaid.mii will he ; ito.-iess I,, the members of tier ' l, r .ils« c'nn at her liouie, 54« First I Ave. east. I'iie I'einiiei'H of the Pythian Sis; tere i -lU', will gather at the Yoo! tiiuti hs'l. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Fleming will •Mevtaln the MI -hers of the Aitiily ciuii tit. lltcir home, nil*.' ' North Madison stive!. The. regular meeting of the Wlim-So-Ever club will be held with Mrs. O. B. Ltipardus at her heme, tl2t Sixth Ave. east. Mrs. lien Snyder will entertain the members of her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at tho Hora- baugli-Wlley Tea Room and bridge at her homo. U'7 Fu .-'t 17th street. Mrs-. If lab 'mis will i»"»'de as le, ,|, - i, the l.idi,.! of the Hov .e '.ia l.'ir ie ai hvv hum,', \l ',02 'rteittli Ave. ea>' 't'he member.* el the Ufes; Art tilth will gather at Hie liumu of Mrs. O. \V. Sprotlsu, 15 Croscout l\™ Martin Hoagland at her il'llj' Sl "'" Utiu ' 15 V '' oic ' 816 Fifth Ave west, asslstuil by | . Mrs. JSllea Pearson Mrs Kre 1 1, V - E ' °- Kl " 8D J West and .Mrs. J. w. Strode: " l,lsTlal l 1'i'ogrnm at the home . Strode. Mrs. J. A. Myers will be tho lead, tr for tho regular Apollo cluh meeting In tho Jenkins and Sons music ctore. Tho inemburs wf the I'liiucii, Science i .'lui, will 'villi• ,' .,i tin aouio ot Mis. Wiillaiii MaiJn. ill ivu. 1) east. The wedding of Miai Margaret I mjoy ie of Mro. J. tj. Uobcris, 01", Ave. A eiiBt. The Dengue of Women Voters will meet In regular session ut Die I'li 'iober nt I 'otnnieree itioins :il i wn-tlllrl; "I,. Ml.-. J J. Iili,«t!|e. \\ill enle, I,,II the hi,;i ,„ Chaiiter liy. I'. !•'.. (). at hei liouie. U'll West iMil atl'Cet. Saturday. tainod with a children's party at her home, "21 Ave. A east. Tho afternoon IVIIR enjoyed with contests and 'games, the prise being awarded to Ruth Hoagland. Lunch- oon was served nt a late hour to the following: IJi* Ttospland Helen Alexander Theima Poolcy A linn ,l>oo]fly Cleo Martha SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1924 WISE AND OTHERWISE By Mm. W. Y. Morgan. She's Lady Pied Piper Virginia .lano t'nueliniiiti Helnn High Ksther lumr. Hutli Hoaxliitid Marjoris llobbtns Conipliuionllng her daughter, Dorothy May on her thirteenth birthday. Mrs. F. A. Cowell entertained yesterday afternoon at her home, tllfl North Walnut street. Alice Smith favored the children with several violin BO I OS . Refreshments were served at five o'clock. The tablo was centered with a birthday cake surrounded by chrysanthemums and narcissus. The guests included: llaiiftun Irene Ijigo Freda . I CK.-UP t'parl I'milac- llanr-l Tte-.mas Barbara Karley Lillian Leonard Odena Newman Nellie tjimtt.'ilr «f N<wtoa uil Mr. John I i, R , Bamuet at SUu«y iiot «L Htizanne Dantorth Marv VYancRs I. tan forth Marjiuerlte Tet«r l 'Htiune Lxtwp. Betty Jf an El&m '•> A business meeting ot the League ot \Vomen Voters was held yesterday afternoon at tlta Y. W. C' A. parlors of the Y. M. C. A. and plans for the year wore discussed. The purpose and work: ot tho League was expluined. Plans were made for a rummage sale to be held the middle o£ December. Tea was served at five o'clock. There will be a meeting of the executive board, Tuesday evening at tho home ot Mrs. R. B. McCarro!!, 103 Eleventh Ave. west and the next regular meeting will bo In session next Friday at tin Chamber of Commerce rooms. ... o> Mr. and Mrs. A. Klcenski ot 21B East Cnrpenter street announce the marriage of their daughter, Emma, to Mr. Roy Ferguson ot Lyons, which was solemnized. Thursday, Nov. 2? at the Zion Lutheran church, Rer. A. J. Bell officiating. Following the ceremony, a -wed. ding dinner was served at the home ot the bride's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. Klcenski, 216 Kast Carpenter street. Mr. and Mrs, Ferguson will leave soon for Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where they will make their home. <?> ^ An original Christmas play will be presented at the social meeting of the Hutchinson Woman's club to be held Tuesday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Frank Fearl, 1S22 North Ashe street. Mrs. K. Mayo Lewis la chairman ot the committee In charge ot the afternoon's ontertainmeut and on her committee are Mrs. Stanley Barrett, Mrs. Thomas Fee, Mr». R. 13. McCarroIl, Mrs. R. C. Davidson and Mrs. C. W. Fasuacht. ••> •* Mrs. Cfeorgo Hausam presided as hostess yesterday afternoon to the members ot her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at the Hotel Stamey. Varl-colored chrysanthemums centered the luncheon table where the members and their guest?, Mrs. C. M. Holer ot Madison and Mrs. Ted Livingston ot La Jolla, Calif., were served. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bates will entertain Informally this evening at bridge at their home, 406 Crescent Boulevard complimenting Miss Virginia Moore, of Anadnrito, Oklt. The evening will be devoted to playing cards and refreshments will be served later. There will be twelve guests. <!, * * A one o'clock luncheon party at the Horabaugh-Wlley Tea Room today complimenting Mrs. M. L. Hayes ot Larned was made up ot the following ladies: Mrs. P. P. Stdwell, Mrs. John If. Connaughton, Mrs. L. L. Bartholomew, Mrs. O. B. l.upardus and Mrs. William Ball. Mr. und Mrs. William Schroll entertained last evening at their home, 7U5 Ave. C east honoring a number of triends. The evening was devoted to games and cards and at a late hour, refreshments were served. • * «• Twenty-five members of Girl Soout Troop No. 2 made tip a hiking party to their now cabin today. They will hare supper out there und spend the night. Mrs. James Haunn, is captain of the troop. I I «• PERSONALS OF iOCICTY. <s> Mi'. Thurman Zlnn came yeBter- day from l^iwrence where ha Is attending Kansas University, to visit bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. V.lnn. He sang with the glee club jrom h\ l". iii jht.- combined .MJs- -ouri -K. 1". g '.ee club Thursday at Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Aloxander ajui sous, llonald and Robert of JTalt, Mrs. and Mrs. N. F. Jlobau of Newton and Mr. Hardy Hoban of Ponca City. Oltla, spent the week here with tholr mother, Mrs. Eleanor Carr of 920 Foutrh Ave. east. * <3> * Mr. and Mrs. D. R^McWIlllama and daualiieis. Joan and Marllee ami Mr. anu M». I.. C. Meyei'tfluK have return ,| rrom Wichita, where they Wer,. I 'iiunksgtWiiB snetis ol Wr. ami A! •. Jto.v Smith. ,J> .j) Mrs. Charles L. Nicholson went Wtwton today whar* tht IU • Have you boon Interested In the 'all klntln of church movomont' that has been going on In town the past few days? It bears' the dlsl taction ot including all kinds and colors and sorts ot church members. Tho movement. Is called. Tho Council of Religious Kducntlnn'. I don't know who gave It that name—but Its erfort Is directed to so much broader field, that It soems a pity some concise title couldn't be found to express the Intent and purpose ot such a Chrlst- llke movement.- Thero has been a tendency to teach that only 'theo and thou' and 'me and mine' were properly fitted to stand shoulder to shoulder In the affairs of life. Certain color, and certain creeds have been barred from activity—because of a prejudice that has grown like a tumble week of the prairie, gathering from here and there and every where, an accumulation ot wolrd tales, and false ideas, and prejudiced accusations, until It came to a place where It became a great stsed tumbling weed, carrying destruction In ita path, and desolation In the heart? of many. Certain people wero set to one side because their skin i ""m different, others because thty worshipped In another way from 'me and mine.' Others because iu their veins flowed the blood ot n race as old as the beginning of mankind. All of them are chltdren of God —but the tumble weed prejudice completely covered that fact, and those, whose Intent is nlways to be kind were unable to see—that their actions were not kind, and their Influence for Christ-like spirit was being tremendously discredited. But now comas the "Council ot Religions Education." The preachers of all denominations aT» taking part. The protestant, the catholic, the Jew, the gentile, the black and the white are equal in the movement which Is intended to bind mankind together, and to raise their eyes to a higher level and their hearts to a .tenderer plain. This organization is not asking what church Is yours—but they are asking It you hnve a-n-v church affiliation. Tbey are not asking how you worship, but If you worship at all. They are not prpselyt'ng for any denomination—they are only trying to Interest every man and every woman In some church, somewhere. They are trying to teach the old, old idea, that all are ot equal Importance before God. They are striving to got every one, whatever their belief, whatever their creed, into active association with the church of their choice. Many centuries ago ChrlBt said —"Come unto me a-1-1 ye that labor and are heavy laden". giiesjj at a one o'clock luncheon given by Mrs. John Grayblll for Miss Margaret Nicholson, a bride- to-be of next week. * * * Miss Evelyn Tonn, Miss Gladys Tonn and Miss Edna Schllckan of Haven, are spending the woek end as the guests of Miss Helen Schllekau, of 203 East 14th street. •$> <S> Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Maxwell of Galva are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C Hutford of 600 Eighth Ave. west enroute to Pamona, California, to make their-home. Mrs. Harold Hobart and daughter, Gano of Kansas City, Mo., are guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. George Gano of 528 Ave. A east. <?>•*)#> Miss Gladys Peterson returned yestorday morning from a two weeks' visit In Chicago. 111., Milwaukee and Madison, Wis . * * •* Mr. and Mrs. C- B. Klnc and children are spending the week end in Wichita with hie brother, Mr. H. H. King and Mrs. King. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Falrchlld of Kinsley have returned to their home after a few days' vlelt hero with relatives. ^ .» Miss Anella Buddy ot Wichita has returned to her home after visiting here with,Miss Helen Strothman. v •!> Miss Thelma Walters of Oklahoma City. Okla., Is a guest this week at the homo of Mrs. W. C. Zlnn. •v * '•• Mrs. M. L. Hayes of Lained is the week end guest of Mr. and Mr». O. B. Lupardus. "Pied piping" Is a wonderful vocation for women, says Miss Edith Caldwell of Huntington, W. Va., who has tried it tor five years. Work. Ing as a rat exterminator In 28 states, Miss Caldwell has caused the premature demise of several million rodents. *, ASSOCIATED CHARITIES # >3> * • 4> •}> * •»> •?> <^ An Important meeting ot the Associated charities board ot Hutchinson will meet Tuesday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock. Wlde«Armed Chair*. A wide-armed chair such as you see in cafeterias makes a most useful kitchen chair, painted to match the .woodwork. The broad arm makes a convenient place to rest utensils, or to copy recipes or do household figuring. The Ladles' Aid of the First Christian church will have n bazaar Tuesday, De^. 2, and will serve a chicken dinner and baked ham supper. The public is invited. 28-lt Sale—Aprons, Stuftovs. Sidlin- ger'o Drug Store, Tuesday Dec. 2. 23-lt Attend Our Shoe Sale TO N IGHT Open 'til 9:30 Xmas Slippers 85c The ladles aid of the First Evan- gellcal church will hold a bataar and food sale at Sldlinger 'a Drug Store, Sat., Doc. 6. Sat-We.-FTi.-M-St Family Washing All Ironed, Partly Ironed, or Wet Wash Wo Use IVORY SOAP and SOFT WATER Model Tauitdry MCrcUAMBU PHONE 4 4 "Dress-Up Styles" AM Patent; Patent with Tan quarters »» 26 N. Main for the Juniors Just the Pumpt You mad Now! N.Maui A KODAK—there's one more gift problem solved 1 But which Koch-ik? At our store that's easy to decide—drop in. Kodak. $6.50 Up Brownies $2.00 Up Foltz Pharmacies Three Store*—At Your Service. 2nd A Main 4th & Maw 13tb A Main Pearls See our window for the National Advertised Indestructible Pearl, the pearls that have the mur­ iatic acid teat, for one- half hour, A written guarantee with every string. The Zinn Jewelry & Optical Co. Tlie House of Quality H«nry Zlnn Jno. f>. eirehftalo RAILROAD WA TCHES The "922" HAMILTON or B. W. Raymond ELGIN Past Inspection on All and ANY RAILROADS Large Supply—Come See Them. Stroud & Brown 317 North Main H. A. Stroud Glenn D. Brown |Colman Lamps | | and Lanterns | | Best Farm Lights I FOR HOME AND BARN | A light that you can read | by — A light that gives | satisfaction—A light that H lasts. A Nice Christmas = Gift. I Come In and Let Us | Show You. I I J. C. O'DQNNELL, HDWE. ( : Phone 3250 4th and Main S iUIMUUIMM HOTEL STAMEY WHAT you tat la determined by WHERE you eat. Coniequently those who are particular WHAT they eat are apt to discriminate as to WHERE they eat. THERE'S A PLEASURE IN DINING AT THE HOTEl STAMEY. A pleaiure that will make your tint meal or lunch linger long In memory. The foodi are no excellent, the aervlce to deft, the atmosphere so genial, that we confidently make the prediction that your dinner at the Stamey will he but the beginning of a long acquaintance. A Welcome Awaits You The statement is "Only Hotel in furnishing music. also made Hutchinson. USED CARS Every used car >old by us is guaranteed aa represented. 1924—Essex 6 Coach. 1924—Essex 6 Touring. 1923—Essex 4 Touring. 1922—Essex 4 Touring. 1921—Essex 4 Touring. 1923—Hudson Coach. 1923—Hudson Speedster. 1921—Hudson Speedster. ' 1918—Hudson Speedster. 1920—Hudson Touring. 1921-—Premier Touring. 1920—Buick 6 Touring. 19 24—Chevrolet Coupe. 1924—Four Door Ford Sedan. 1922—Ford Coupe. • 1922—Ford Touring. TERMS-CASH—TRADE Hutchinson Motor Car Co. DISTRIBUTORS HUDSON AND ESSEX CARS Open Evenings and Sundays Phone 271 . 104.106-108 Second West Read the Classified Ads in The News-Herald. 1

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