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September 23, 1918

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

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PAGE THSBB. _ op 6*A»» Mil* «M t*Mf* MM* $ Tomorrou) and Wednesday. A Sat)- $ S ing of 25 Per Cent for You Rj By Buying Now. sfi i COMING—MR. T. A. LEWELLYN | Mr. T. A. Lewdlyn wrote us to ekpect "fiitti to* S jfi morrow, September 24tli, with his big liue of Herman jfi 3j & Ben Mnrk l*nrs. He will give his usual annual ex- Jjj Si hibit and sale of these Furs, at our store for two days, 9J Sfi tomorrow and Wednesday. ,His nssortmeut, he writes, jjj t is .even more extensive and complete than usual. Ad- ffi ded to our regular line it will give you a tremendous 9! stock to select from.' Mr. Lewellyn lived here so lotig jfj jfj many of you know him; to any who do not, we are glad W jjj to vbttch for him as a-reliable gentleman, thoroughly S 9l posted iti the Fur business and representing one of the jfi Jfj best known and most favorably known concerns selling Jfi jK Furs, Fur Coats, Coatees, Muffs, Scarfs, etc. Anyone jfi Si interested in buying Furs, and especially line Furs or 9f jfi Fur Coats, should not let this sale go by without at- Jfi 9j tention. You are cordially invited to attend whether jjj 3* you wish to buy or only to look. We enjoy showing ffi jjj 0. F. Sawyer Dry Goods Co. Cor. N. Main and 2nd Sis. jjj JUIJinatCFl !IISII!ll31UOl3l!l1 31-7131713131 J OlSfiaiU IU I A seven o'clock rninper was given Saturday evening In honor of Mr. Wllllnm A. Kennedy of Great Lukca Naval Training Stutlon at the home of his moher, Mrs. M, J. KelloBB, 400 North Monroe. The guests present were Mr. una Mrs. ,1. M. John- 6lon and children, Mrs. Msudo Mc- Mullcn and daughter, Miss Ruby Kennedy, Muss Tholma llakrr, .Mr. Hurry Kennedy, Mr. and Mra. O. A. SlrsJoy and son.'Mr. Charley Dale, Min GladySaBylo and Mr. William Kennedy, Mr. nntl Mrs. 0; S. Wcsi>e of Avo- rue B.east entertained at one o'clock dlnnur yeaterdny In honor of tlmlr son, Sergeant O. ti. Wcunn Jr. and Mrs. Wcspe of Camp Funaton. Additional guests wero Mra. J. B. Todd of Scott City and-Mra. Alice Finch of Mcriden, Misn. Tho' Schubert Music Club will' hold Its first meeting of the year on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. R. Beechlng on Seventeenth avenue east, Tho subject of the afternoon will be Patriotic and National Music. Mrs; Seeching will ho the leader.. • • y Miss Loretta Whittle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.'Whittle and Mr. Edward Ball son of Mr. and Mrs, Chun. \V. Hall, were marrlod last Thursday, and left Immediately for Colorado, to be gone several days. They will mako their home here. «> <v & Judge and Mrs. F. P.- Prlgg returned this ' morning from Kansas City where Mr. Prlgg met Mrs. Frlgg on her return from spending the Mimmer 'al various points: in Indiana. • • • Dr. and Mrs. J. D, Hlnslinw, of Canon City, Colo., are vlslltlng his brother, J. H. Hlnshnw and Mrs. Hln- ahaw of North Miiplo street arid other relatives and friends In Nlckerspn and Sterling. Mr. Ralph Payne of DetrpU,' Mich., Is here visiting, with his parents, Mr, and_ Mrs. Clarence W. .'Payne, before returning to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he will attend the University there. . Sf/ss Helen flarton loft yesterday for Washington D. C. whero she will attend Mies Maderlo's school. Her guVst, Miss Margaret Ilockor of Kansas City accompanied her as far ns Kansas City. <$>,$><?> * M|ss Allison Ferule will return Tuesday from an extended VIBII on the Woslorn coast and will visit for : several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. George Ferula at tfioir country home. <S> <{. 4> Mr. D. A. Reed of Lincoln, 111,, came Thursday for a visit with his grand daughter, Mrs, Willurd Hurley. •J- * * • Mr, and Mrs. Henry Hartford' huve returned horiio from a six week's trip lo Portland, Oregon where they nttenHed the G. A. It. encampment and also visited relatives and friends al various points on the western coast. <S> * Mrs. E. L. Teed, Mrs. 0. R. Slnvens and Miss Lillian Slnvens have returned from Camp Funston, where (hoy have been vlalllug with Mr. Albert Teed, who Is stationed there. <Z> 4> <S> s Mr. and Mrs. E. (J. Culllns of Arkansas City, who have been here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A. 12. Norman and attending the Fair, returned to their home today. Mrs. J. R. Hasluticr and daughter Virginia Alice left this morning for a visit with Mrs. Hostullcr's parent's Mr. and Mrs. C. G. El brad cr at Elsmore. * i> <> Mr. Marlon Hitchcock and Mr. Edward Temple huve been announced us pledges uf the £1gma Alpha Eplaoln fraternity at Kansas Agricultural colleges. 4> * 4> Mr. and Mrs. Howard MeVay and Mr. John Rose left this morning for Ijexlngton, Kentucky -to : attend the State Fair. They expect to be gone a month. <S> «- * Aisong the Hutchinson boys pledgrd lit the Kar.sus University are Mr. Charles ljirobnc, Pill Kappa Psl and Mr. Victor Muse Sigma Nu. Miss Hazel Oenbow and Miss Fern Slpes of Groat Mend, who have beer, horn the guests of Mrs. Nellie Patton, have returned lo their home. <?> * Mr. Arthur Bennett or AmherBt- burg, Ontario, Canada Is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bennett, or 912 Sixth Avenue east. <5> <5> «> Mr. and Mrs. John Rollenherger and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Herbal loft yesterday for a two weeks motor trip to Colorado Springs. < •«•'*." Mrs. Will OWalloren' and children of Lyons are hero vlaltlng with Mrs. O'Hallorean'a parents, Mr. and MrB. J. II. Slrothman. * * * Mr. and Mis. 3. W. IMVIS Sr. and son Homer of Lowlshurg aro horo visiting with their son, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis, Jr. • 4> 4> * Mrs. Georgo H. Keeler and daughter Miss Violet Stanley, motored to Sallnit yesterday and spent the day visiting frlendB. <&> «• * Mi', and Mrs. C. L. Lamb, and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Fultor motored to Wichita yesterday and visited with friends. <S> «• * Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Carrol will leave tonight for Kansas City on a short business trip. They will go back from there lo Tulsa where they will ,«stt friends for a couple of Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Phillips have returned to their home at Marlon, after visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Boone. Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips of Pratt are here vlBlting with Mrs. Phillip's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilson. <4> * * Mr. Robert M. Coyle of Drum- wrlght, Okla., spetlt the Week-end wltr Dr. aad Mrs. W. J. Keys and family. $ Mr. Roy Spankenbcrger, who has been hero for ten days visiting friends left today for his home In Pekin, Illinois, <!> <t> <S> ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ollpln and Miss Juanlta Gilpin visited friends and relatives In Little River yesterday. - * * The S, and S. a. club will meet Thursday evening at the home of Miss Leila Walker on SIxUi avenue east. . : ' * <?> * Mr. and Xrrs. Harvey Foralter of Wichita who spent Fair week nt the Blsonto have returned to their home, * 4> Mrs. W. P. Tinkler of Klknrl Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. A. Gerth and Mr. Gerth for a few weeks, . <§> <3> <§» Miss Katherlne Mullen has rcluri,- od from a three weeks' visit vacation trip to rolnts In Colorado. ! <8> •$> «> | Mr. anil Mrs. Harry Iludke have returned from Lebo, where they have been for the past week. I « «"«> ' Mrs. O. H. Welch spent. Sunday In Hnlstcnd with her sister t Mrs. Lydla Saylor. <5> '5><$> v iMrs, M. J. McElwaln and dnu:;htcr, MISB Marie McGlvaln motored to Hal- slend yesterday, * >S>' Miss Elsie Tschorn has" goiie to Kansas City, Mo., for a week 's visit with relatives, <* <?' ® Miss Btta Hrown of Dodge City Bpent the week end here visiting with friends. <?><•-<•> Mr. Charles Hull Jr., who Is attending K. U. fipefit the week-end at home. * * <5> Miss Efflc Corey of Wichita spent the week -end with friends here. REVIVAL MfefefINGB. Church of the Brelhern Services Art Full of Interest to Attendants. The revival at the Church of The Brethern, corner 8th and Ford streets began yesterday with fine attendance and best of interest, both morning and evening.' Rev. J. Edwin .Tarboe and wife of" .Nebraska ore live wires In evangelistic work, and IhoBe who attend will be well repaid for any sacrifice they may make to bo In the services. At the morning sagflce the evangelist made every one to teel their responsibility to the ni.-etl-iF and toward the salvation ot the unsaved of this community. / Many resolutions were made to.' do special personal work. In the evening the subject was "The Hook Of Books." Rev. Jarboe defended God's Word In a way that strengthened the faith of proferaors In the old "Book," and made unbelievers to feel their obligations to God and His word. Services every evening (his week. Come enriy and enjoy the song service conducted by .MrB. Jarboe. MAN FLEW OVER CITY, Woodman Dance. Two big boxes or choice chocolates given away Wednesday night. Woodman Hall. Sherman west. Holaday's orchestra. 23-at Dancers. Class lessons l n ballroom dances every Friday night, 7:?,0 to 0. Social dance from 9 to 12. Woodman Hall. Holaday's 3 piece orchestra. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1435. 7-tt ANNA MCDONNELL, Lieut, Arnold Was Here Yesterday from Call Field, Texas. Lieut. Manford Arnold, who Is stationed at Call Field, Wichita Falls, Texas, and who flew to his home at Turon Saturday morninK. was here yesterday morning and flew over the city, causing ft (treat deal of excitement, and comment by'his "nips" and such. People all along Main street had (heir nooks stretchrd upward yesterday morning, ns Lieut, Arnold flew over tho city. A reception was held for him at Turon Saturday nlaht. He was to have returned to Call Field yesterday. LAMBORN SAYS: "You'd be surprised nt. the number of popple who have left their regular order with us for magazine*-, and newspapers :uid lis n pretty g o:| plan at that. Von arc then sure of celling what you want. Phone ITSii. lluslness is so blamed goad it lcoks Ilk" we were going to get Into the excess: Income clnss. But don't let Ihut keep you nway. We'll pay nil the taxes cheerfully and do nur bit lo help win the war. The Lamborn Cigar Company store Is first door nurlh of the First National Bank No. :i North Main. ' 23-11 V MACE CLOSE BIDS. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7, every Saturday afternoon will tench children's ballroom and fancy dauccs. Phono nr.r>. 7-tt ANNA MCDONNELL. McDougall Cabinets Brlnq Within 13 Cents at 'Sitate Fair. The ?Iome l'"itrnlture Company fold the McDougall Cabinets used in the State Food Demonstrations and In their booth at the Kansas state Fair to the highest bidders." .1. P. McNenl of Alden bought one of'them on a bid of $.17.IU and Mrs. J. C. Newman or 547 First Avenue East bought the other ,ono at $47.00. The Home Furniture Company 'luring tho week sold over a car load of McDougall Kitchen Cublnets according to Harry Sisk. Fresh Fruit. • Eat more fruit—plums, pears, grapes, apples, oranges, bananas end lemons at 1. SMITH'S Grocery and Market. Phone 1500. li'J-lt American Cafeteria Opens tomorrow morning and will serve three meals dally. Brlsht new furniture and minus that will please. IS SouUi Main. - 7 >: :. <:•: 23-11 The H'Mlley Sunday School will observe Rally Day on next Sunday morning nt tho regular church hour. A splendid program is belug prepared for this event. Best Auto Service for supplies and tire repairing nt King's Auto Supply. S24 South Main. 2:iSt Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S C ASXO RIA JPC2H*1 Today •- Tomorrow Ruth Roland IN The Phamton Trail 4th Episode of 'Hands-Up' Olive Thomas In a Five Part Triangle Drama limousine Life" 11.00 Way. ' Men's suits or overcoats cleaned and pressed $1.00. E, E. Gallup, 419 N. Main. Phone 961. Mon. Thurs. 13-tf IjE LUXE "THEATRE *J TODAY AND TUESDAY ThomartI.In£t wn.lt f" •"WILLIAM S HART t *TKe Ticjer Mart" As ACffCQAFT IVfcrt, Coming Wednesday and Thursday Hanan Shoes A little more in price than ordinary shoes but a whole lot better in shoe satisfaction. We sell thern and rec- commend them. 1 LINQ CHVRLIERI " Love's Conquest" Friday and Saturday CHARLES £AY • jn Hi? Own. Home TowtC JfQhianieunlQictuiv Also Mack Sennet-Comedy "Ladles First" Full Line of Hats . and Caps Save Middle Mini 's ProGt by L'uylng From mtfen 4 South Main i'hune 10(1 THEATER Today and Tomorrow "THE GEEZER OF BERLIN" A Travesty on "The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin" If the Kaiser Could See it He Would Die of Apoplexy —AND THIS— WILLIAM S. HART, in "The Lion of the Hills" Wednesday and Thursday Norma Talmage, in "THE GEEZER OF "By Right of Purchase" BERLIN" ^i^'o'u'/i'i Month End Specials $4 .95 Buys this "Liberty Boot" in all black or in black vamp with white kid tops. Al^so fine patent kid vamp with cloth tops. In button or lace. They are worth $7.50. Mail Orders Filled Promptly. • J PETEY DINK [•[ War Is No Place for a Subway Guard H By C. A. VOIGHT

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