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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS PAGE NTNE. STORE EMPLOYES ENJOY BANQUET Rorabaugh-Wiley Family Celebrate! Closing of Successful November Sales. Vlie big Honibniigh-Wilpy family lmil II rail pnrty lust night.. It win tlio culmination nf a cmitc-st in '.y.'iich pveryonu in tlio nturu was InlercHtctt, anil In which everyone took part. Uuvlnt! the inonl.li ut .Vovembor I liny were divided Into two sides, tho'lloflit (mil lh« Hlnes. The contest was to make tlio Ills''- eat percentage of tbu (inula set for Rales. Tlio prlzo wus to ho a dinner party, the expense of. which should bo paid by the losing crowd. Until after the very fine dinner had been given attnnlion, no ono know who were the winners or the losers, and thus the unfortunate shlo had nothing to Impair Its appetite. At the conclusion of the dinner LMr. Wiley presided over a program which wus oiiturtniiilnK from sturl finish. It bejiau with a Ions ;tnd deferred announcement of the result of the contest made by \V. N. Sidllngcr. I'or several minutes Mr, SJdHnger Kept his anxious hearers in doubt hut finally, disclosed the result, wlilch-was n victory for the TVds. After Dinner Program. There wore murilcai number* by two of the younger members of Iho family. Miss Virginia. Sldllnger and ^liss Charllno Vorby, and a saxophone silo by Mr. Mercer. Miss Grace Dnvles. one. of the minors of (Harper's Bazaar, made a very complimentary talk, not only to tho work of tho employees but to the Horabaugh-Wlley storo and tho city of Hutchinson, ivhlch she described as being strictly up-to-date, and as her work lias taken her recently to 27 other cities, she was the right kind of an authority for tho statement. \v. V. Morgan told something of tho early history of Mr. ."Wiley and the store when they were "young and Innocent." Ho also disclosed the fact that a telo- . gram received during the evening tiy fieorgo Allison was from Mr. Ziegfield of New York, manager of the Kollles, who wanted to get a W. C. T. U. County ! Executive Meet! The annual county executive j meeting of tho W. ('. T. U. was held yesterday at tho home of Mrs.! Madge Drldgoman In Abhyvllle, I beginning at ten>tblrly o'clock in the morning. ' Tho Heno county unions heartily endorsed a letter thoroughly disapproving and unanimously voting that "ihe unions of Heno county are Urgently opposed to tho parolu for Hurry .loncs, a persistent violator of the prohibitory law, now serving a Jail sentence which we j think he rightfully deserves." Tho • ladles also opposed "the Cantwell j barii dances and any other such ! places of similar nature." I Cpunty President In Charge. j Mrs. .1. ('. .Tohnson lead the de-; votionnls and Mrs. Klsa 11, Dlven.j county president, presided over the meeting. Plans for the year's work were discussed and it w-as decided to stress law enforcement, Americanization or work among Ihe. foreign horn, in scientific temperance instruction in the schools, and work among tho young people. .Schools of methods will ho held in the separate unions during tin 1 next few months, and in the spring, a counly Institute will he held In Hutchinson. This method ,was tried last year and proved to be very satij-factiiry. State President Spoke. Mrs. Lillian Mitchner, state presi. dent gave a short account of Ihe national convention held in t'bi- canu in November which was at- leudod. This report will he given later In full. .Mrs. Mitchner was in Iho pulpit, at. the First Clirislian church Sunday evening, and gave an address on tlio general work of tho \V. C. T. IJ. Tho Ahbyville ladles served a de-- llclous dinner at noon, to the Iwen- ty-flve ladles present. Mrs. Charles Peterson, Mrs. Kate Kerns, Mrs. Lillian Mitchner and Mrs. W, II. Lewis were the Hutchinson members in attendance. Martin Concert Is Postponed to Feb. 11 TRAFFIC TIPS FOR MOTORISTS. (Selected from the city truffle ordinance?) Tho driver of any vehicle approaching or crossing a siivn Intersection shall give right-of- way to any other vehicle approaching from bin right on the Inlerseclliig street, and shall havo the right-of-way at »i eh crossing over any vehicle ap- proachlng from his lcfi. L THE DAILY RECORD Convention for Kansas and Missouri. The loviuff cups .Mr. Tiliele has won are for best loaf of broad exhibited. Mr. Tlilelo attributes bis success to the slogan, "make better broad the best." BEG PARDON, Tho concert by Riocardo Martin, tenor, which was to have been pre sented Monday evening, Dec. 8 , under the auspices of the League uuin competent to choose members | „f Women Voters, has been post'"" poued until Febr. 11. of his company. Wiley Praises Force/ Tho talk aud music feat was completed by a tribute paid by Mr. • Wiley to tho men and women who mako up the organization of ihe Rtoro. From those who buy and thoso who sell and those who serve <Iu the departments of service there had been tho finest spirit of cooperation as well as of ambition. "For the month of November," anld Mr. Wiley, "the sales of the storo were 23.6% larger than they were for the month of November one year ago." Much of this In- As May Hobson appears at the Midland theatre In "Something Tells Me." the same evening, the local ladies in charge of the concert, decided last evening at a board meeting, to postpone their number until later. Another concert of Mho League of Women Voters series will be held before the Martin concert, however, when Itaymond Koch, baritone, assisted by Vera Popto, cellist, will appear, ,lan. 2ii. The ticket sale for the series Is going very nicely, accordini; to Mrs. H. I). McCnrroll. president of the Keillor News: We nolo a recent news item appearing In your paper of November 21st, pertaining lo litigation in Pratt County District Court Invnl- vlng school district No. 42. the Crofl Slale Bank and Mr. C. O. Mc Keo, where Iho slalcment is made that ('. Mclsoe was treasurer of the llrowu-Crummer Investment Company, wlilch is absolulely false. Mr. McKee, as 1 recall It, was treasurer of Ibis school district, but. had no connection witli our company. Our company purchased the bonds and paid for them in the regular course of business, and is not. a party to this suit. Your very truly, T/1II-: HROWN-CilUMMBR •COMPANY. C. 15. Brad'bcrry. Blrthi. Mf. aii.1 Mr*. .1 elm Miller l.(ir. M% .SNIIII 1.11. N'nV. '•. ;l !'(>>. .Mr. ar.' 1 MP . J.v.'oe :-'l !U -muii, Hulcii- Inson, a lib!. Mi. ami Mrs. .\iv:uliu Allcnuin. t .\l -:v .l ;i. i>oy. Mr. nii'1 Mis. KuK-'lle YV.uiU Powell, IllU'-hinxiiti, Nov, L'I :. ;i. 'i•,\-. Mr. »n.| .Mrs. UIWIU. W. nynon, IS. F. I>. ii. Xuv I, turn lio-.s. Mi. and .Mrs. William Wilson, S. I,"lr.lini', Nov. it Wiiy. Mr. ami Mrs. Martin .1. Krnna. GtK Ninth rust, tict. la, n !.«>•. Mr. ami Mi*. William PankraU, l.'>10 Sla 'Olhl .-J18I, II Hill .Mr. ami Mr.'. Ili-nry Clark. 3ai> SVia >ml wi 'M, I I, 'I. II. :t hoy. Mr. anil Mrs. .Auln-y T. Nyaong. ) Illtiibilison. Oct. Ill', a girl. .Mr. ami Mrs., John W. Lewis, Cas- tbtoii, Kept. ".'I. n. itirl. Mr. (ind Mrs. iMiariii J. Kirns, KIT North .Main, .Inn,. 1M, a buy. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry A. Smith, 211 .Smith Urlerin.'iloi v. sirl. Nov. 21). , Mr. ami Mrs. I. A. .Moore, 303 Ekst C.'iiniibill, girl, Kfc. 1. Mr. ami Mrs. Hoy l.oe Spencer, 317 North Wooilard, flirl. Nov. .tu. Deeds. Maiy l\ Lomharfl lo FrauU 11. Van- CamiH-n, Xb;u l 'J -2i'-5 JStl. Albert it. llninliolt. to tlcorgn. lier- einlo, tract SW(i )S-:i ',-r> $1,775. Hmiston-lioiifrhtv Lbr. Co. to Kmnirt rj. .Mackey. lot :M bk 13 Crescent Park Srd mid Hutchinson 11.00. f.. V. Macklln to H. L. Piickctt, lots ?t 'jr. bk 1 Johnsons add Hutchinson f 1.11MI. Murv llivlun lo A. C Jflller. W'.i tol all l« bk 1 Mnllcks add llot.'binsoti ? J .1 IHI. Hrrllui M. l-'let .i -her to W. White, lots 7 s '.» in lik r, TlutcbinHon lnv Co Gth ailil Mutchiiison ?1."0. ,T. W. I'edluo to A. M. Drake, lots tr, i« X: W IS ft lot. 17 bk 5 Orchard add Hutchinson Jl.00. V\'. A. Purr to V. P.. and Edith F.-uibj. lot 1<H West Cud Avo Ilutch- liismi Jl.CO. III. nn II. ll.illsliaek to Mnry C. Pr.nlshaw. S' = of Nl-:'.i s-:fi .n J1.00. • Matv I', ltrailsliaw to Krtward S. Gray, siinie $1 .<)H. 1-J. T. Ilennt'tL to Ccorge A. Bnnnett, lots I n (Wt 1 CnMwnll ft Slnclalrs mid ArlliiRlon .tl.ijc. II. .1. ttallsha.rk, ijiianl., to snm*\ sninn Sl .oo. Stanley 10. fli-cRg to Eskel If, Swanson, \>i or s 'F'i NK' I & wij i- 1:.:-o ?7,00l). Hammd lliistnn to Ho-.- M. Hnston, SHi of SK', 51 .(1,..' T. Cole to Isabel parson, loLs M IIS a5 .17 Its S'.l to bk 1 T Coles add Hntclilason Sl.oo. CCOVKO Patrimol to Vratlk If. UHti-r ct al. lots ill st «4 U Jsl Ave West J.nitl"rs add llnlchtnsoil $2.1,00. Frank II. P.llli-r to ileorixe Patnainl ct al. Iraet NK'i 31 -32 -S SS .fiOO, L. F. 'tray, to Chboa I. Gray, and 1-7 N \v>i ni-lr.-:. si. no. , rtoht. if, Ilrehm to 11. g. Oarrlson. 8PECIAL SOLOS FEATURE AT THE HADLEY REVIVAL. The special fonturo of tho revivnl service at the Ilndley Memorial M. K. church last night w-ns two solos by Misa Adelade Kirk of Hreeaee college. "Does Jesus Care," and "lie will hold mo fast." Kev. Dridwoll took his text from Luko 14:IS, the story of the three men who were invited to a supper and made excuses for not coming. crease Mr. Wiley credited, tint to the contest, but to the comradeship j local League of Women Voters and spirit of tho entire force. Another contest Is now In progress for December huslness and Mr. Wiley predicted that Iho success of November would go marching Local Bakery Foreman Wins Loving Cups The tables were cleared from tho floor and for severnl hours Ihe dancing people had their way. Tho Reds and the nines laid aside their hostility and rejoiced over Ihe successful month's business and ihe evening's pleasure. Forehanded. Li?.a: "An' wh»n dat robbali man said: 'Hoi' up yo' bands!' what did yo' say?" Rastus: "Mo? Ah jes" luffed at him. All already had 'em up."— American Legion Weekly. Lyman's Cate 6 South Main Try Our Noonday PLATE DINNER 35c Drink Included It's Food ^or Thought The Hutchinson Bakery >t Confectionery Co. has obtained tlhe services of Henry Thiele as foreman of their bakery since Dec. 1. Mr. Thiele is twice winner of tlfe loving cup, for the years 1922 and 1923. given at Ihe Interstate liakers GIFTS FROM COMERS BRING THE CHRISTMAS SMILE This Etore offers a host of Christmas suggestions for each member of the family. Pyrex Glassware, Grills, Toasters and Irons for mother; Fountain Pens and Eversharp pencils for the children in school; Safety Razors, Radio Sets and Knives for Dad and the boys. And there are a number of other gifts that can be used by the entire family. A visit to our store will solve the gift problem. ^ELECTRIC CO FOUR NORTH MAIN Another Big Coat Sale! COATS made <>t' a good all wool material in plaiuantl blocked patterns. 'Tans. Browns and Gray. All full lined and have large Mandel Fur Collars. Here is a real coat buy. Choice Bargains in Coats made til* Silk Lustre Bolivias, line downy wools. Silk linings iii plain and fancy patterns. Large JYIauffloon and Mandel collars and cuffs. X.,t a coal, in this lot. worth le^s than V .$35.00 «] Choice Also real expensive coats in this cuat sale. Choice of a lot of fine coats- ranging in price from $45.00 to $50.00. Fine materials and wonderful hira'c fur collars. Choice $35.00 lots r. n hi: 1". Hutrhlnsnn lnv Co 9th «.M Mmrhini-on $1 .00. Bulldlna Permits, C*. 1. WriKiit, Kon'n avenue, r^l- i iKMi .f, li .rmo. W. T. Cl.irtc r.K Fifth jt.ir- iigf, ii ^'i. Suits FltetJ in District Court. t ). Ii IlinMlilW Vr*. lioUllM' JJtM'.4. fort '.'l .isuro or inorf^iiKf. I*».-aril drain jin.l I'roiluoo Co, vs. rvmoiiliitatnl 1'toitr Mills Vu. t rewvry i»f iivnn y, 1'. s. Fldfllify .'iiifl I 'itmijinlno v-. LVinsoliilattMl Flour Mills Co., anlt uii 1 I'ond. In :wiswprinp nd\ •prtiscmtMiiJt pk -ijso montion tlio Nt -wfi-Horaitl. MAIN & SECOND ST8. VISIT 0111 jj |.;.vrTv i '.u:i,ou Phone 176 Phone 176 Arch Rest Shoes For Every Woman Smart—Comfortable—Serviceable Dou't sactifico Btyle'for comfort. Arch Rest shoes we arn now showing In so many delightful styles nro designed to Rive Kennlue comfort* In (lie very Vlnd of fomwear yon :\re ahvnya proud t» we:ir. N(t nintter what you wnnt in Jin oxford, strap, or boot, there is an Arch Rest to graco both the. foot and the occasion. . . See Them in Our Window* YOUNG'S SHOE STORE Phone 1757. Established 1877 12 North Main. USED CARS Every used car sold by us in guaranteed as represented. 1923—Hudson Coach. 1922—Hudson Coach. 1923—Hudson Speedster, 1921—Hudson Speedster. 1920—Hudson Speedster. 1920—Hudson Touring. 1924—Essex 6 Coach. 1924—Essex 6 Touring. 1923—Essex 4 Touring. 1922—Essex 4 Touring. 1921—Essex 4 Touring. 1921—Premier Touring. 1920—Buick 6 Touring. 1920—Dodge Touring. 1924—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 THE UNIVERSAL CAR ALL PRICES REDUCED! Effective Dec. 2nd The Ford Motor Company Announces the following new low prices on FORD CARS. NEW PRICES Chassis $225 Runabout - - - - - $260 Touring Car - - - - $290 Runabout and Starter • $325 Touring and Starter • $355 Coupelet • $520 Tudor Sedan - - - • $580 Fordor Sedan - - - • • $660 Truck Chassis- - - • - $365 All prices f. o. b. Detroit These are the Lowest Prices ever offered in the history of the Ford Motor Company. They create a new standard of value for Motor Car Transportation. Ihe Davis ®> Child Co. AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS 2nd and Washington Phone 377

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