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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Thursday, September 26, 1918
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iusf a Word To remirtd you friat l/ito Week toi// 6e your best opportunity to buy $25.00 Suits, Coats,. Dresses and Furs. Our assortments Will not be so good later and it will be impossible to duplicate the prices. O. F. SAWYER Dry Goods Co. HfeLfJ CLAS9 MEfetlkG. Ui!JibR!J^!Ji!Jiiriiri !IiirilJiiri3i lliifilfilJilfilJHfiifiLfilfiirSfilfi <}> <V <i> • <J> <j> * <S> <J> <S> <5> TOMORROW'8 EVENTS. * «> ' «> «> <j- <i> * ^> ^. ^> ^ •«> <?> The Howrniv Circle will meet with Mm. Urorgc Wllcoxson of Avenue B cast. Mrs. 0, P. Brooks will bo hostess lo the ltir -tnborH or her knitting club. Mlsd Culestine Nelson will give a dancing parly at her home on Avenue A east, The High School Cilrla club will entertain the girls ot the high Hchool at the school building. Mrs.- J. U. Klder will be hosteBB to the members or the W. W. club.«• * <S> Tho Schubert Music club held the first meetinn or Uie year jesterday 'afternoon at Ihe home or Mrs. J. R. Beaching and Uie year's work on "National aud Patriotic Music"' was taken up. Mrs. C. E. Schelk played The Star Spangled Biuinei" no arranged by Joser Hoffman. Papers on patriotic music were read by Mrs. J. R. 'needling and Mrs. 11. H. Snyder. Mrs. A- W..Wright sung "Cod He With Our Boys Tonight" by Sanderson. The song, "When You Come Homo" by Squire,*, was Bung by Mrs. .!• K. Basset L National music WBS told of In the paper rend by Mrs. P. M. •Pearce aud the afternoon's program closed with two violin numbers, "Bag Pipe Minuet" by Haydn aud "Somewhere a Voice is Calling" by Hendley. .Guests of the club were Mrs, Edwin Jones, Mrs. Fowler of Wichita,- Mrs. C. 11. Downle, Miss Lillian hong and Charlos Larkln. The club will meet In two weeks with Mrs: C. Wilbur Kelson. •» Mrs, Ray Tinder, Mrs. Ernest Dlclc- erson and .Mrs. Young of Wichita entertained tho members of tho embroidery club to which Mrs. Tinder and •Mrs. Dlckerson belonged while living In Hutchinson. A one o'clock luncheon was served at the home ot Mrs. Dlckerson and In tho afternoon a line party a .tho Princess theatre •was enjoyed. An atter-theutro lunch was served at Mrs. Tinder's before coming home. Those from herewtio enjoyed the day were, Mrs, L. F, Meyer,. Mrs. A. U Wilson, Mrs. W. C. Brashear, Mrs. Ix'O-Reevoa, Mrs. Walter Bramble, Mrs. Dick Harold. Mrs. Clarcnco Veatch, Mrs. Ashor Alford, Mrs. U B. Stratlon, Mrs. Norville Kline, Mrs. "Roy a Campbell and Mrs. Buford Hayden. * The West Side Social club spent yesterday afternoon at tho home of Mrs.. William Newlln In the countrj'. It was tho first meeting for some months and tho ladies spent the time with Red Cross sewing. It was planned that the club purchase u Liberty LjOan bond during the next drive, they already were owners of oue bond. The • guests otherthnn cluh members were Mrs. Oscar Copas and MI BB Winifred Manning. The hoslesa Berved a - dainty lunch lato in the afternoon. The club will meet in two weeks with . Mrs. Harold Pennington at her country, home, 4< <S> *. The eighth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Ray Hockaday was celebrated last evening by a number of their friends cnlllng on them at their home on South Poplar street. The . evening was spent informally with cards; music awl conversation, r.nto In the evening light • refreshments were served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hager, Mr. and Sirs. 0. P. Denning, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crooks, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Holmes, Mrs. Olga Boes, Mrs. R. Pago and little son, Miss Major of Kansas City, Miss Ethel Does and Miss Olga Boes. $> <$> The S. and S. S. club met. last evening at. the.home of Miss Leila Walker on Bjxth avenue .eaBt. The evening was very pleasantly spent knitting and crocheting.; Light refreshments were served by the hos* (ess. The next meeting will be at the homo of Miss Helen Matter on Sev. eatlt avenue east. • . . <3> <&• <$> The Pershing Red Cross club met yesterday with Mrs. I J. U Jones of Ninth' avenue east and chose Mrs. WUI Barnes as the chairman for the coming year. Work was done on tiandagea for tho Red Cross. The club will meet In one week with Mrs. II. S. Staveuson on North Plum street, 'Mr. Fayo- Wilson has returned to I^awrcnco where he will resume his studies at K. U., after visiting for a few days with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Wilson. Ho tins enlisted in the Students Army Training Corps. ' <$. 4> <8> Mr. and Mrs. M. Hoaglana?entertain- . cij last evening flt the home on Fifth, <ivenu.e west in Jionor of Mrs. 'George Heatherlnglott ivfl Miss Dorpttgr Heatherlngton of Topoka. The dinner guests were Mrs. Heatherlngton, Miss Dorothy Heatherlngton, Mr. aud Mrs. A. 0. Iloagland and son, Arthur Claire, Mr. W. B. Hoaglaml tind son Willis, Miss Floy Hoaglond and Miss Nell Hoaglandl <?. <e> <$> The Unity Girls club met with Miss 'Helen Snyder last evening at her homo on Eighth avenue east. The evening was spent in doing Red Cross work, after which a dainty lunch was served, The club will meet in two weeks with Miss Anna Sponsler. * <?> <J> Mrs. George Ileal horlngton and daughter Miss Dorothy are hero from Topeka for a few weeks visit with the former's sister, Mrs. A. C. Hoagland and Mr. Hoaglaml. They expect to leave here tor Chicago where they will make their future Jioruo. <S> «. <s> "' Mr. and Mrs. R. Ashmcad have returned from Langley, where they have been visiting tor a few days with Mrs. Ashmead's mother, Mrs. J. H. Forney, <S> *S> •$> Mrs. C. U Andrews and son, Robert l.qe. of Eureka, who has been here visiting with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Bowman, has returned to her home. Miss Mabel Hoffman and Miss Opal Hoffman leave today for Topeka, where they will attend the Washburn University this winter. , <j> «> <»> Miss Alice Becker ot Ml. Borne, California is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Jay D. Reed of Eighth avenue past. — , <5> <S> <?. > . Mr. Chester Wasser has gone to Lawrence where he has entered the S. A. T. C. at Kansas University. Mrs. Young aifd daughter, Miss Faye Young went to Wichita yesterday to visit with friends. <5- <5> <S> Miss Golda Brubaker left today to sperfd a couple of weeks at Salina, visiting with friends. Dancers. Class lessons In ballroom danccl ev- ory Friday night, 7:30 to 9. Social dance from 9 to 12. Woodman Hall. Holaday'a 3 piece orchestra. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1455. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Children's Dances. Beginning September 7, every Saturday afternoon will teach chlidreu's ballroom and fancy dances. Phone 1465. 7-tf ANNA MCDONNELL. Vesta wood separators are treated with Titanium. No other battery can use this as Vesta controls basic patents for its use In batteries, See Hill- Howard. - 24-3t When you buy Vacuum Cup Tires you pay for the quality. The safety costs you nothing. Hill-Howard Co. 24-3t And DltcUited Plans for the Calendar Year. The l.o'yal Women's clnss of the Christian church held their annual class meeting In the parlors of the church -yesterday afternoon to discuss plans for the calendar year of the school. The hew year begins October 1. D. D. Colglnzler was elected teacher ahd Mrs. Henry Hartford his assistant. The officers of the class which were elected are as follows: Mrs. James P. Wilson, president; Mrs. Henry Hartford, vice-president; Mrs. J. R- Hhurart, secretary; Mrs. A. M. Nor- vlll, assistant secretary; and Mrs. Scott McOlasson, treasurer. This is one of the largest and mosl active classes In the school. TO HAVE RALLY. The First Presbyterian Sunday School Have It Next Sunday. Tomorrow night at six o'clock, eighty or tho Sunday school workers of the First Presbyterian church will meet at tho church and have a supper, after which they will go out in twos and call on all Ihe families of the congregation and extend to them a personal invitation to attend the Rally Day program which is lo be given at tho church next Sunday morning at len o'clock. This rally will combine the- church and Sunday school. NEW AMERICAN CAFETERIA OPENS. Big Crowds Tried Out New Eating Place and Were Pleased. ' The American Cafeteria opened to tho public today. L. M. Slilve, well known restaurant man, is the proprietor. The cafeteria Is located at 15 South Main. MIGHTY FINE; Said all the many folks who ate at the new American Cafeteria today. You can bot that Is where we oat in the future Tho American is located at 15 South Main Street. 20-lt Young Peoples' Night. Special services for tho young people will be held this evening- at the revival services being conducted at the church of the Brethren, corner of Eighth and Ford. Evangelist Jarlroo from Lincoln, Nob., is giving 6trong itermons every evening. The congregational singing is in charge of Mrs. Jarboe, who Is a very ablo leader. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere appreciation of the kindness and sympathy of our friends in pur recent sorrow'and to thank them for their presence at the services of our loved one. « MRS. OTTIE UMSTOT, MR. ARTHUR HOADLEY, MR. WILLIAM S. HOADLEY. The Vesta Storage Battery Is the only battery with the Indestructible Isolators. See Hill-Howard Co. 24-3t Dance A and Main Saturday, Sept. 2Sth. Holaday's 3 piece orchestra. 50c. 26-27 Irreproachable DIAMONDS Diamonds You'll be proud to possess. Diamonds you can safoly compare with any others you might see. Diamonds, perfectly cut and possessing that priceless sparkle found only In perfect Blue White and pure white Diamonds. Such a diamond is admired by all and is easily within your means. Just now I am showing some desirable sizes in quality gems—and of course the prices are reasonable. Just now today you can save at least 15 percent on the Investment. For Investment, Diamonds are supreme, providing they are bought at a reasonable price. I guarantee the quality and tho price to be to your liking. Call today and see the gems. JAY T. BROWN Jeweler and Optician. 120 North Main. Free tickets to Pearl Theatre with every 60c purchase, Today . . .-PEARL-- • • Today DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS with ALMA REUBENS "THE HALF BREED" Also a 2-reel L-CO Comedy Fig-Bates. Figs, dales, tint meats, cryslallzed fruits, plums, peat's, while grapes, apples, oranges, bananas, nnd lemons at I. "SMITH'S Grocery and Market. Phone 1500. 26 It Your car needs a Vesta Storage Battery. See Mil-Howard Co. 24-St HE LUXE " THEATRE V TODAY Lind '"LovesConquGst And In Addition The Official War Review War Happenings "OVER THERE*' Mado by our own government and ;ent- wi from tho Committee on public information. Friday and Saturday CHARLES RAY —IN— "HIS OWN HOME TOWN" Also Latett Sennette Comedy— "LADIES FIRST" COMING—DE LUXE—SOON :d.~w: GRIFFITH 'Prose at s TfLC? Groat Lovq* AnAETCEAFriW™ Cast ltk* . .The Birth <f 4 hfaim' -t'Uarfe cf tteVirld.' Including Lillian. Glsh Goorjto Venrceit Robert Harron Coorgo Slefmann Henry'Valthall MaxfSetd. Stanley Rosemary Theby . Gloria Uop« Suction Without lossot power. Pennsylvania the real safety tire. Hill-Howard Co., 122-12 -4 Sherman east. 24 3t ft 6 You Can't Be Sure About Your Eyes I'ntll you h.nve tin J them "guno cn'-i" by mi Optometrist. There Is no "h-trne teat" that Is -jt tlm Least vnlup—stirlf iiit«th".|x 1-e* Ins In fitrt h'trmtul. If the results obtaHcJ uie rolled upon. Hy our mrlhiMs you I 'PcelvO I 'fSUllH tiKlt, I PHVC not bins whatever to chance. In no other tvny ran eyp fomfort by the A caring" of gUiS -HPs be obtained. Clarence G*r Fearl, Optometrist FEARL &. SON Jewelers and Optometrist* Established 1895. ft ft ft ft infC All seats IKld Always DC TODAY MILDRED HAVENS in "The Courage of the Commonplace" . An Inspiring story, full of dramatic action. Piiotopiuy unsurpassed. & reels. Today only. TOMORROW PEARL WHITE IN The Hooded Terror Unmasked Tho identity of the Hooded Terror will bo revealed In this, tho next to the laat episode of "The H OUHU of Hate." Who Is the Hooded Terror? Come and sec. TOTO IN 'The Furniture Movers' Comedy HEARST-PATHE NEWS Showing Official War Pictures. PROG RAM CHANGED i-:VBUY DAY. •The Cro»t Lovo' u a mighty jtory of vomdjva PB^Bziarabou by var . Tha hand that roclcs the cradls le th« ' hand that can. viold a voapon ail potent' Afi tha jrvord.. , * . . ASK YOU* JJEAUEK 15 SHOW YOU t , VMTfeM NEW WW WRAP. AUSMt i OFcaotciiEUroTiti MituoNi or , * KM ,«mut«n JUKI nu .LV AT AU M«« &mJi:~m siHaWMACorv. " Full Line of Hats and Caps Save Middle Man'* Profit by Buying From 4 South Main Phone 1011 mum. DIAMONDS! We have only the best quality in DIAMONDS Perfect aud blue white. You protect yourself in buying of us. THE ZINN JEWELRY & OPTICAL CO. Henry Zlnn John Blrchfield THURSDAY ITEMS —AT— Glenwood Grocery 1 lb. evaporated apricots.,. ,25c 1 lb. evaporated peaches, fancy 22c 1 lb. pitted prunes 15c 1 bushel greeu tomatoes.. .$1.25 1 peck good cooking apples ,40c 1 peck best potatoes 60c 1 No. 10 can peaches 75c 1 No, 10 can apricots 75c 1 doz. large sour pickles... .20c 4 10c rolls toilet paper 25c 1 lb. bulk peanut butter... .30c 4 lbs. sweet potatoes 25c 2 large cans milk, 25c PHONE 232 Glenwood Grocery Hat Quality The world's most renowned, John B. S tetson. A merican hat, and Borsalino, Italy's best product; both have stood the test for years in quality and style. "Quality First" 'Webber Sweaters Superior Union Suits QUALITY Is Our Watchword- The Acoustigrande Packard Schumann Bond Pianos and Players The World Renowned "Apollo" Brunswick Phonographs Q. R. S. Player Rolls Palhe' Phonograph Records VEATCH BROS. PIANO HOUSE Phone 52 Th0 Homo ot n ^ h class plano3 ' 120 North Main TIRES-TIRES-TIRES Portage Daisy Tread Tires 5000 Miles = Double Tires—New Process of Making. Firestone Band Retreads; Mohawk Band Retreads; Plain Rubber Retreads; Factory Second Tires. All kinds Practical Vulcanizing. All Our Work Guaranteed.^.. WICHITA DOUBLE TIRE CO. 205 South Main Hutchinson; Kansas^ SHOE BEAUTY Is More Than Skin Deep $6.45 not sheep skiu, $6.95 $6.95 Buys this new military boot in all bright black kid, 2'/, to 8, A to E. Buys same style in all leather tan Russia calf, Buys same in grey kid vamp with corkscrew clote top. All these shoes sell {or $9 and $10 elsewhere. PETEY DINK Petey Forgot That AU Who Wear Khaki Are Not Men By C. A. VOIGHT •Am

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