The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on December 2, 1924 · Page 2
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 2

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, December 2, 1924
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Cfmstm OME JOURNAL Now - How does Mormonism differ from Christianity? How did the Mormons originally come to believe in polygamy? How did 20 or 30 wives and 50 to 75 children of one man get along together? How many wives and children had Brigham Young? How about Mormon missionaries? Who were their readiest converts? How did Brigham Young, a poor New York carpenter, accumulate a personal estate of $2,000,000? Read the whole unbiased story in seven instalments —by R. M. Werner, author of Barnum. The Sensational Life of BrighainYbung Begin it in the Beautiful Christmas Journal 6 Cheery Christmas Stories The Three Wise Men by Edith Barnard Delano—e heat* warming tail* teen through compassionate tesxn Penlele-h Follows the Doctor's Advice by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott—a busy business man't most inter cs»> log Christmas adventure. little and Unknown by Elite Slnfmoster—a charming story of two Maaaooiu spinsters; and a baby. Three Mow ChrUtmaM Sterlet, Just think of It—tlx real Chrisanaa stories for only a Dim*. Christmas for the Children Bunny fact and the SfMt of Christmas by Gerfmde Am Kay-- provide* the merry laughter that will lead tht children to sound, tweet tic tp. Bright Colored Elvei—Low Rogers' Chrittmas Gimmicks romp over two Chriitmai Journal page* Juit to make the Little folka laugh, A Chriitmai Room for thr Children—how to decorate Id it told by Ethel Davit Seal The Spirit of Christmas in Pictures A Mediaeval Cathedral at Christmas— the beautiful cover design by Qcrrrude A. Kay. O Chriarmai Tr«— a lovely, colorful grouping by Soldo. The Immaculate Conception by MurNlo-a faithful, full color reproduction of a world-famous masterpiece. And many pages mora of pleating illustrations by brilliant artists. 42 Helps for Christmas Menus An Old-Time Chrlittnat Dinner with a New-Time Infro; duct Ion—how an old-fashioned Chriitmai dinner may be tarred In a new-fashioned mannrr. FHHwg the Chriitmai Cooky Jar—redpee for dainty Yuletide caket and cookie*. French Savory Dishes—chat will give variety to your holiday meals. ftteol Dishes for the Holiday Season —hut the change* you need for the pre- and poawChrUtmaa menus. 56 Ideas for Christmas Gifts New Ton for Good QMi and Boyt—tmmual and lne» pensive glfu to help fill the Chriitmai nocking. Spool Tow for Bovt—Edward Thatcher introduce* tome» thing new that will fascinate all boys. The Houiewtfe Will Lflte These—dainty aprons, napkin caiee and pillows, the new party bags, furniture ruitable for gifts, torn eating new In handkerchief and nightgown cue* an a few of the many gift Idea*. The Festive Touch in Fashions Accessories to Moke or Buy thai are Charming Chrtrrmai Qtfts— two beautiful, full-color page* that tell the latest of faihlon'i fancies. Parti Touches That Give Style—cebled Ideas from Lanvta, Reboux, Callot that give you the very latest in fashion's accessories. Pretty Frocks for the Young Burfnen Girl—of course they are of chiffon, tUk and velvet for they've Just come) over from the fall fashion openings. Twelve Issues of the Journal Make die Perfect Gift A dollar subscription for THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL is the ideal Christeaas-to-Christmas gift for any home. 1—Giving The Journal U no more trouble than fitting down at your desk and reaching for your pen. You aave the strain of crowded cars and the fatiguing struggle through Christmas throngs in the shops. You avoid the work and expense of packing, wrapping and mailing. 2—The Journal is a new gift every month; each issue is a fresh delight. Twelve times a year your thoughtfulness is gratefully recalled. Once chosen, the vexing question "What to select?" is answered for years to come; a renewal subscription bring* repeated and increasing pleasure. 3—The Journal is appropriate and personal. Its twelve Issues, each as rich and varied as the December number described on this page, cover every wholesome interest of the home. 4—The price of a year's subscription—Just $1—teems absurdly small compared with the value of the stories, biographies and books of recipes, which alone would cost $40 if purchased separately. You can afford to give The Journal as a welcome additional remembrance to closer friends. 5—A charming announcement of each gift subscription, reproducing in full color an original Yuletide painting, will be mailed without charge, in your name, to arrive in the Christ* mas mail. How many friends may we help you to delight? Buy c Joday IF you yourself are not now a subscriber for The Journal, add your order to your Christmas list. The only way to be sure of receiving every copy is to subscribe. The Curtis Publishing Company, 326 Independence Square, Philadelphia, Pa. Please tend THE LADIES'H3MS J3OTNAL for one year to each of thow who«e nanus and addressee arc given In the attached Ust. I eo- clcM One Dollar for each. klril your Christ, mas OUl armrwurimim la my — wis JVama_ THE JLEAR Street Addres»_ Town -Stats.

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