The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on December 4, 1924 · Page 9
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December 4, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1924 .CHE HUTCHINSON NEWS PAGE NTNE. ocietY (Continued from l'ago 8.) Mr. olid Mrs. Phillip Class, who v-ere recently married woro honored with nn Informal inlBciilliini >ous shower, when Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. '•OIIES fintcrt.ilucd lit llmlr home, 415 Ave. A i^nst- Many useful and lienu- tlful ultib woro received, ltefreali- incuts were served at u Into hour , to fifty-threo giieutn. Mrs. I). C. Martl'mldl and Mian Nun ItoaHcr will entertain the members of Ihe Kill Knru fili'ls club Mondny evening nt. the Mnr- tlndell homo, 1U."> UiiBt 14th street. The Christmas grab one; will be opened, * <s> * An executive board meeting of tbo Mothers club will bo hell* tomorrow morning nt. Ion o'clock nt Hie homo of tho president. Mrs. (.'. E. Brnnlne, 201 Went JWIi slreel. vlvnl In tho South llutcillliiisoii Christian church, malting n total of foilrtoeu Blnce the revival started. I llnptlsiniil services will ho held | again tonlRht and Rev. V. F. Walters will preach on "The Gospel j Train" using a largo churl to II- | luslrate his sermon. "Life's Hail- i way to Heaven" will lie suns '>}' ; Mr. Walters concluding lilii sermon. At I ho nieetlnu tomorrow evening , Mr. Walters will answer nnestlouii i' the audience, uu the bible and Christianity. Attractive Frock • PERSONALS OF SOCIETY. <?• • I _ 4 _ - _ _ : _|. Mrs. W. .1. Yeoman of T.nf 'rnHso has returned to her home af;or upending a few dny.i lure with h"r ' daughter, Mia. ,1. Dido I'ownlson and Mr. Puivclson tit tie Tenth Ave. -west. .(. ., Mrs. James Scott nt Memphis. Teiin., will come Friday to be tho pitent of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ('. II. ltust mid her sinter, Mrs. l'aui Oftno. *—4 — t —!_>,_.;— i —— s :—j> I TOMORROW'S EVENTS. •• I I *'—5—J>— c —'J——4—•— i — Chapler CM, 1'. 10. O. will have a one o'clock luncheon ' at tho home of Mrs. J. Q. Iloberts, G15 Ave. A cast. .MIR. llert Snyder will entertain the. members of her bridge club at one o'clock luncheon nr the ItontbniiKb-Wiley Tea Koiim and bridge nt her home. 127 East ITlh *treet. Mrs. Iluelah lilosi; will entertain the members of the Kowenn Circle at her home, 1302 Fourth Avu, east. The regular mooting of the Ladles Art club will bo hold with Mrs. O. W. Sprotwe as hostess nt her home, 1.", Crescent Uoulevard. Chapler M". P. K, D. will meet nt the home of Mrs. .r. .1. Urown- lee, 120 West 1Mb street. Tho regular meeting of the League of Women Voters will b» lield at the Chamber of Commerce rooms at two-thirty o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. .T .'v. Plowing will entertain the members of Ihe Amity club nt their home, 1017 North Madison streel. Mrs. F..A. Isern will preside as hostess to tho members of her bridge club at her home, 122 Kast llth street. Mr. and Mrs. C. .T. palmer will entertain with a biilfet supper at tholr home, 214 Twelfth Ave. east complimenting Miss c.ra"? Elliott, a brldeto.be of the month. Elks After Record Attendance. More than 100 Klks l'luli inem- boiH are expected at the bit; get- togethor meeting Friday' night, according to W. II. (IriMMiwald. wlio Is chairman of n ineinberflhlp attendance committee which has been making a lii« effort to set a | crowd out in the r .-'::t moetln:','. i A prize presented by Lou tlor- j i man. district deputy of the Klks | Club of Newton, will be given to i I some member at Hie meeting Frl- I | day. There will Ijo several sur -j i prises In tlm way of entertainment < ; features on Ihe program. • -"omolays to Initiate. j The lii'inoliiys will hold Initiation ] . In the second degree at the meet, . I Ini; tomorrow nl|;h(. hi the Masonic ' j temple. A class of about l."> will be ' [ taken in and any members of the > I Mason' lodge who would like lo j i attend the session arc' Invited to! >c<mm by ibe .Master Coniieellor [ • Vane Meador. Inmates Allowed To Register Complaints Superintendent A. S. Allphln of tho Iteformutory lias made a new ruling: which allows Inmates to bring up grievances against, any of i tho officers of tho Institution, A j committee of Iwo men has boon : appointed from each cellhonse to j handle such grievances and bring ' them lo tho atteutloii of Snpt. Allphln. In answering advertisements, please mention tho .News-Herald. Thieves Loot Motor Garage Klngridown, Ivan., Dec. 4.—A now Ford touring cni i and between $100 and $500 of new tires and a few accessorlen Is the loot obtained sometime Tuesday night by thieves who entered the Klnasdown Garage. The garage, owned by A, A. Ilnag. was entered through the rear door. The thieves took practically all the new tires of standard makes and sizes, which comprised tho stock on hand. The Ford car which was tiikcn belonged to Tom Clifford, section foreman for tho Hock Island at Kingsdown, wlio stored his car in tho garage. Rotary to Meet at Tea Room Tonight Hutchinson notary club is to hold Us regular session tonight, at the Korahnugh-Wlley lea room. Tho program will be In charge of tho belter business met hods committee. Thero Is to be ono other speaker outside the dub. Tho session Is held following a 0:15 dinner. If you see a nail sticking out of a board, hammer It down buforo you or someone elso steps on It. Any nail lo likely to cause Infection If It penetrates tho skin. Death has been caused within 4S hours by nail wounds. If you sloli on a null, go to a doctor at once. MENUS BIIKAKFAST—Fruit puree; fish tlmbalo swith grilled tomatoes; whole wheat popovers; coffee. I.UNCHKON— Cream of spinach soup; croutons; strawberry tarts with vanilla Ice cream. niNNEIt— Sardlno Canapes; braised breast of lamb; tomato sauce; spinach; boiled potatoes; lettuce salad: pineapple laploia. Sardine Canapes—Remove the bones and skin from six sardines and flnke Into tiny pieces. Arrange on rounds of bread that have been sauted on one side and dust Illicitly with chopped cress, a bit of minced pimento and grnlcd egg yolk. Squeeze over a few drops of lemon juice and serve. s, * ,f. ,, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. * i ,:}> ,i. f. .;> .j, ,1> ,1. "ompone with a trailer to help lilm dispose of tho baby beef. The calf started for the lost column two days ago when It was released from the trailer attached to n fanner's automobile nt Kim and Fourth, In a. collision. Often a ruff!* 1 of accordion pleated silk finishes the edge of a tunic blouse. Chiffon dance frocks In delicate colors are made over foundations of gold or sllve.r cloth. \ FASHION TIPS Double chiffon scarfs are lovoly for evening or daytime wear, and frequently they match tho hat. Designers returning from Franco say that, brilliant colors are being used for children's clothes. Hero la an attractive frock of midnight blue georgette crepe bended wllli chnmpagno colored beads In border designs. It Is worn over a slip of champagne colored satin and very slightly belted with a band of the material. Farm Bureau to Meet, The Grant township Farm Bit- reau will have a meeting tomorrow evening (Friday) nt the Valluy school house. There will be a special program. In answering advertisements, please mention the Nowe-Horald. Boy Struck By Speeding Auto (Ileal Ili-uil, Dec. 4— Lynn Harts- lmrii, aged 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hartshoru. near llartmouth. nariowiy escaped deaih through liclng struck by an automobile, driver unknown, llolh lee- were broken, one ot them in two places, his arm broken, and a rib broken and the end piercing through his tide. There was no fracture of the skull. At Ihu hospital it was said after he had bo.-n cared for that i! was r.houpbl. bo would recover unless ho bad sustained Internal Injuries. Today bis improvement I-, marked «n it Is thought that he -will recover. The driver of the IHI- which *lruck Lynn stopped his car and l«elpml «lve first aid lo ihe Injured boy but later drove on without giving his name. He was driv- ui» a big red car. Grundy Parole Is Denied By Board Waller Grundy, former Ihiiehln- i • on banker, who was convicted of embezzlement and sent lo tlm slate penitentiary for from no to flvo years, was turned down vhen his application for parole came befor i (ho State Hoard of Administration jesterduy atTopeka. Word lo that effect was received hero by A. C. Mallny, who acted as (lrundy'« attorney. (Irundy's cha"uces of securing a jiurole a .til he has served his •naylmuni sentenco are now very Joor, according to County Attorney Harry F. Urown, who Is not In favor of showing leniency In that case. Mr. Brown states that Governor Patilen, who is a barker himself, has gone on record against paroling bank embezzlers in the fill ire. Let us put winter motor accessories on your car—we have them all. Phono ill. liagland-Kin:-'"- Motor Co. i-lt The felt hats of the moment are small ami turned up across tho front and usually trimmed with some feather fancy simulating aigrettes. Thero seems to he a tendency to return lo some form of corset or "ceinture" as it is now called. Those are lightly boned anil most of them nra of brocade or combinations of brocade and rubber webbing. Many baclc-lnced models are i seen. In this day of budget keeping any woman would appreciate a file In which to keep household accounts, bills, receipts, etc. Remove tho stiff covering from some book which you no longer care to keep. Cover this backing with cretonne, linen or any ntlrac- tlvn material, using tho same material on the inside. Bind the edges and put a pocket on each side of tbo cover and include two small memorandums. A leather clasp or ribbon to hold the cover closed completes the gift. STREET RAILWAY CALF IS FINALLY LOCATEO The street railway ealt case Is near an end. Tho lost was found down in Osliomo slreet. Tar southeast in town, aud was impounded there. The tale in the News about It brought a report to Jim Humbert, general manager of the street railway, and now Jim wants FAIR FOOD PRICES!!! 14 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar for $1.00 On Orders for $5.00 or Over Groceries or Meats Other Than Flour Our Christmas Candies and Nuts are In—See Us For Special Prices on Quantities. Apples (Wine Saps) Small Size, bu 75c Apples (Fancy Mo. Pippins) bu $1.60 48-lb. sack Guaranteed High Patent flour $1.85 Full Quart Jar Pure Honey for .49c Comb Honey, per Comb 25c Peanuts, Fresh Roasted or Salted, lb...... 15c English Walnuts, large size, lb 24c Oranges, per doz 15c Crackers, fresh from the oven, lb. 09c Ginger Snaps, per lb ........... 10c Pancake Flour, per pkg.. 10c Cranberries, per lb 15c Phon* 2293, 2746, 909, 260 and Get Your Ooodt Delivered Free of Charge Dillon Mercantile Go. Groceries and Meats C. O. MAMMEL. General Manager. No. 1—318 N. Main. No. 2— Corner B and Main. No. 4—12 S. Main. No. S— «0O S. Main. TWENTY NEW LIVING ROOM SUITES VVc Invite Your Inspection of"^ OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT LINE • ' I'KIDAV. DI'XF.MBKR 5. i I liuliiiit'.s. rainier'-, Mclli.i, C.'oly 'i> ami Djer Kiss Toilet I l lOOtls j kicliarils-Scheble ami Lowney's Candies— i Stationery, Ivory. .Manicure Sets, Shaving Supplies and [ Cigars.. Our Christmas Gift lines are the best we have i ever shown. TWO STORES Fifth Ave. Drug Store Fred Weesner In Hotel Stnmey Phone 333 j No. 3 South Main Phone 168 Phone Us Your Drug Needs. We Deliver Free Higgins Returned To Garden City Deputy SlierltE Frank Callahan of Mutiny county, arrived liuro yesterday evening and loft lust night, to lake "Curie}'" Hisgiua in Harden City wliera lie will face chargoH of nsBuult with Intent to kill ami also for traiiaportliiy liquor. IIlBglns Berloualy injured Hliorlff Oil Brown near Garden City on Novomoer 21 by running into tho sheriff with a ear when li» was trylnR to intercom him on tho road, ThlB occurred after Sheriff Brown had Interfered when Hlgglns was found unloading a ear of liquor. FOUR CON»-"Tn AT L REVIVAL SERVICES. Four Mora person* Vespoudecl,. to tka iuvitallon last nljjlit at the re- WE LIVE TO DYE AND HAVE FITS Dyers and Tailors ' Phone 1335 For You to Choose From We just received a large shipment of new living room suites. Everyone is good looking and of the latest design and finish. We know that you will be interested in seeing this unusually fine display of living room furniture, so cordially invite you to visit our store at your first opportunity. Due to our buying in carload lots direct from the factory we are in a position to offer this merchandise at unusually attractive prices. No finer Christmas present could be bought for mother than one of these fine suites. Let the whole family "chip in" and buy it. We will deliver it the day before Christmas. Sold on convenient terms. LET ONE OF THESE BEAUTIFUL SUITES ADORN YOUR LIVING ROOM! Three piece walnut and mulberry 'combination Living Room Suite of very high grade goat hair mohair, $261. Beautiful three piece Taupe Mohair Suite with reversable cushions piped in black- moss. This suite is of the very best construction. Priced $275. Jacquard and Baker cut velour in all wanted colors and styles, overstuffed suites ranging in price from $140 to $225. Cane suites in all colors and qualities ranging in price from $120 to $200. Bed' Davenport three piece suites, both cane and overstuffed, ranging in price from $123 to $250. TRADE YOUR OLD SUITE IN ON OK T E OF THESE NEW ONES. PAY BALANCE ON CONVENIENT TERMS CROOK FURNITURE EXCHANGE COMPANY 108-110 South Main Phone 96 i

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