Newspaper Page Text
THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1921.
FIVE l& Alliance srhcol patrons will be in teie.ted in the line-up of teachers in the city schools for the coming year. The li.-t of instructors' is not yet com-: dieted, there being two vacancies yet to fiM one In the high school and the other at Central school. There have been a number of resig nations from teachers who were here last year. In the high school, resig nat'ons have been received from Mr. Chase, Mr. Cunningham, Mrs. Emer ick ar.d the Mis.-es Keith, Bishop, Broth and White. The following new teachers have been assigned to the high Fchool: Mr. Phelps, Mrs. In ice Dunning and the Misses Johnson, Mi ner, McHugh and Waite. In the Central school. Misses Ab bott, Lind and Watwood are the new instructors. Resignations were re ceived from the Miss?e3 North, Ruder, Moo:e end Batie. At Emerson school, the Misses Johnson, Marsh and Mrs. Carlson fcava resigned, cr.d Misb Worley has been transferred to Central :rhool. New assignments include the Misser Sandstrom, Young, Soper, Coleman and Mi Harris as assistant to the kindergarten teacher. There will be two teachers on duty at the city hall, one from the Emer son and one from the Central school. whose birthday is in August is invited is a birthday meeting. Any lady to be a guest on that day. All mem bers and friends are cordially invited. Lester Beal suffered a broken bone in his right hand last Tuesday on the Hay Gaiwcod faim, when he slapped a horse. He had to have it rebioken and set last Friday. Frank Hash man and Victor King had a similai accident last week, the farmer get ting his hand caught in a hay rak and line and the latter when a fellow workman at the. railroad yards acci dently struck his hand with a hammer. Frank C. Clcary and Miss Ethel M. Galloway, both of Mullen, Neb., were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage Wednesday, the Kev. M. C. Smith clficiating. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hirst returned Fri day from a trip to Itcnver and Colora do Springs and other points of inter est, the point of Tike's Peak among others. True Miller and family accompanied by Edwin Burr went to Hot Springs Saturday. On account of the rain they didn't get back till Monday. The Baptist Aid Society will meet at the home of Mrs. I A. Bowman on i24 Laramie avenue Wednesday after noon at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson, whe for the past five years have been em ployed at the Holsten Drug store have resigned and will leave this week by auto for Denver, where Mr. Robin son will receive medical treatment. Later they will take an extended trit through the Black Hills and also visit at the home of Mrs. Rob!r.on tt r:c The Alliance Campfire Girls are back in the city, after a two weeks' camping trip spent at Hot Springs, S. D., where everyone of the citizens made especial efforts to make their stay a pleasant one. According to the girls, they were quite successful in their efforts, and the two weeks will long be remembered as a most enjoyable occasion. The camp was broken up Satur day, and the return trip made in au tomobiles, ten or fifteen Alliance men driving down to bring them back. As was the case when the girls were taken to Hot Springs, rain interfered seriously with the schedule, rnday night, the last one in camp, a heavy rain descended that soaked the tents and in some cases the bedding, with the result that Some of the girls took shelter in the hotels. The Alliance men drove up Friday and Saturday, most of them making the return trip Sunday. The last automobile load ar rived Monday afternoon. Among those who donated cars for the return trio were A. is. Mote, lorn Miskimen. George D. Darling, S. W. Thompson, R. M. Hampton, Walter Schott. and rJ. l. Miner, mere were not so many cars as on the pre ceding trip, as during the last week in camp a number of the girls came home with friends. Alliance nost No. 1. American Le gion, will hold its regular August din ner at trie f ern uaraen 01 tne Alli ance hotel at 6:30 p. m. on Thursday Avenirur of this week, and a larre at tendance is desired and expected. The rutst has hold tin meetinra durmcr.the. iiimmr months.' follOWinir th VesiC- nation and removal from the city of r"ost commander uean j. jt uixon. This will be the annual election of ffirprs and the notices for the meet ing warn the legionnaires that if they fail to attend and craD aooui me le trinn's activities next vear. thev are ihip to be shot at sunrise. The cost has also reouested ex-soldiers having claims for compensation or otherwise against uie guvi-i uuit-ni, iu uc yicnc-m., so their cases can De prepared ior presentation to tne squadron 01 war risk oniciais wmcn win De in aiii ance September 5, 6 and 7. Members of the Alliance Rotary club and their families will hold ai picnic dinner Wednesday evening at I the grove on the it. L. Harris larm, a mile north of the city on the Chadion road. The festivities are scheduled to Ftart at 5 o'clock. No set program for the entertainment has been provided, but there is no danger that it will be a dull affair, as the committee will in all probability have a few suggestions for amusement. The Rotary club is taking a vacation during the month of August, and the Wednesday picric is the only scheduled meeting for the month. D. W. Shultz and family of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Becker of Colum bus, who are on their way to the Black Hills, stopped in Alliance this morn- ng to visit a few minutes with George D. Darling. Mrs. Grace Kennedy left Sunday morning for Sylvan Lake, S. D., where she will Fpend the next two weeks. Miss Mable Grassman is doing double duty at the city hall during her ab sence. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Katen of Lin coln arrived the latter part of last week for a visit of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Basye. Mr. and Mrs. Katen are the parents of Mrs, Basye. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fletcher, formerly with Holsten's Drug Store have re signed and will leave Thursday for Des Moines, la., where Mr. Fletcher will attend the Des Moines School of Pharmacy. T.ittle Robert Mevers. two-vear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Meyers of Hemingford, was brought in Ho the hospital yesterday, in a critical condi tion with congestion of the lungs. The members of the Alliance and Hemingford Rebecca lodges will meet in an all day session at the home of Harry Rumer at Berea, Saturday Aug ust 19. A dinner will be served. The County Commissioners will meet on the sixteenth of this month at which time a new levy will be made for the coming year. R. P. Smith returned to his home in Albany, Mo., Sunday night after spending two weeks with his sons, Vade and George. Mrs. M. H. Nichols of Chadion visit ed in Alliance with friends Saturday "or a few hours while waiting for the Denver train. Mrs. Kenneth Mohrman entertained a few friends at a chicken dinner Sun day, Miss Lelia Cutts being the honor guest. Mrs. W. A. Moore and daughter, Miss Corine, and Miss Helen Dentler all of Antioch were in the city Satur day. There will be a regular meeting of the Eastern Star tonight with intia tion and refreshments. pnrasrr, went to Chadrcn Saturday re turning Sunday. Miss Marie Frazier returned from her home Saturday to resume her posi tion at Wikcrs. G. W. I.owrey returned Saturday from an extended trip to the west coast. Mi Rp.it rice VRrirn is surndinir Jin- vacation at Palmer, Lake, Col. Henry Nebon of Chicaro is visiting with his brother, Herman Nelson. Charles McC.ill and family of Hem ingford were in Alliance Sunday. J. 0. Shigley of Antioch was in Al liance on business last Saturday. See the School Dresses shown for $1.29. at llighland-IIolloway Co. BAPTIST CHURCH. The Sunday School picnic will be held at the city park Thursday be ginning about 3:30. It everyone bring their lunches. Lunch will be eaten about six or six-thirty. We hope to see as many of the mothers of the children out that day. Subject for Trayer Meeting, "Hope- . the pastor will preach at Angora W!.!.... (iniliv Avemincrn- The l I iiiaj i i i MuiiiiHj - - r . Woman's Society will meet with Mrs. Dr. Bowman Wednesday. As thU will be the only meeting in August all; members are asked to Dnng incu dues. John Castek of Hemingford was in the city Monday and Tuesday on busi returning to Scottsbluff Monday noon. Geo. P. Earhart who has been in the hospital for the past few weeks is reported as improving now. Mrs. A. H. Day of McCook is spend in a. b tew iav in Alliance with Miss I Frances Nicholson. Mrs. Day will leave today ior seaitie, vasn. Ed. C. Reinders of Osage, Wyo., underwent an operation at the St Jo seph hospital aunuay. Adolph Evans of Whitman was op erated -on for appendicitis last Satur day at the hospital. Mrs. Charles Lyons returned Satur day from Hemingford after spending a week with her son. rs flaA-a Cnivlav ia cnjnline the l iui.-s vj.o.ijsi ..j.. , ....... - -week at the home of Jack Ward in Rapid City, 8. V. C L. Kerr, manager of the Buick ST. MATTHEWS' CHURCH i .. ;n i,ni,i trvtrs in St. Matthew s Episcopal church on Sunday, August 21: Hold communion at 8:00 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon at ll:WJ a. m. . . Rt. Rev. GEORGE A. BEECrlkK. See the School Dresses shown for $1.29, at Ilighland-IIoHoway co. tv. c.Won nf Zanzibar and his wives have landed at Durban. We understand that the captain asked him A niint them mrefullv. as mistakes could not be rectified after leaving the ship. Punch. tt i. Um iamveml that it re- quires the co-operation of 21 4,"c,al muscles to bring about a- smile. Those trying it will confer a favor on this paragraph. What I call hard lines is the breath , of scandal and the breatn ox onions : all in the same breath. r lorida t ni losophy. When summer comes, the girls may put on less, but blamed if you can notice it. Jacksonville Times. Imitating genius is like borrowing fire; soon it is nothing but ashes. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Basye, who drove j to Alliance from Hot Springs on Wed nesday of last week, brought back with them Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sorenson of j Lincoln, who went on to their home , the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sor-j enson were just finishing a honeymoon trip in the Black Hills. The groom is a prominent Lincoln lawyer and his; wife was Miss Annis Chaikin, until her marriage alumi secetary of the ( University of Nebraska, well known to many Alliance people. Miss Hattie Renswold and Sanford L. Clements were married yesterday in Washington, D. C Mr. and Mrs. Clements, after an extended wedding trip in the east, will be at home to friends at their home in Chadion aft er September 1. Mrs. Clements was a former resident of Alliance, Leing em ployed in the law office of William Mitchell, and Mr. Clements was at one time the principal of the Alliance high Fchool. State Tax Commissioner William' Osborn and family of Lincoln and Mr. p.nd Mrs. James Osborn of Scottsblutf pent Sunday with the Frank Shreve family. Mr. and Mrs. William Osborn are on their vacation and visiting ie!a tives in this part of the state before returning to his duties at Lincoin. Miss Idabelle Osborn accompanied them to her home in Scott.-blu:f after a rhort visit in Alliance. The Methodist Aid Society wPl be entertained at the home of Mrs. Belle Caddis, 319 Cheyenne avenue, with Blair as assisting hostess, on Wednes day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Tbi3 Our Initial Showing of New Fall Styles Ladies' Su s, Cuts, Dresses and Skirts You want to Know what's correct in WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR. The new departures in FALL STYLES will best be learned by a visit to our show rooms. Let Your First View of Fall Apparel De the Season's Most Satisfying Vanities and Dorines These dainty dress accessories are in dispensable in the summer time. A dozen times a day one seeks their contents. Not to have one is a tragedy. Of course the Vanity or Dorine must be dainty, pretty and stylish. Heart's desire is satisfied with the charming designs we show. And the very reasonable prices add much to your pleas ure in the purchase. .:.: Vanities $4.50 to $10.00 Dorines $5.00 to $10.00 You Can Save Ten Dollars And more, by putting your fresh eggs in a solu tion of genuine water glass. This preserving liquid keeps the air away from the egg and does not al low the shell to become hard and porous which causes the egg to turn bad. More people every day are learning that it pays to preserve eggs for in the winter when the hens are not laying and eggs are high it makes them feel joyous to think that they can have fresh eggs every day. Genuine liquid glass in bottles at Thiele's 25c-40c '75c You Need A Cheap Watch Just as much as you do a good one. You need a watch that you do not have to be careful with one which will stand up under the many trying tests and bumps that it will receive when you are working in the field, in the shop or around the car. An Ingersoll Yankee is the watch to carry when ou are working outside r around machinery. It is a watch that will keep good time and will stand up under rough usage where you would not care to carry a good watch. $1.75 at Thiele's THIELE'S Iht Store With a Guarantu Without Rid Taft Change of Ownership We wish to announce .that we have pur chased the business of the Alliance Billiard Parlor, located at 117 Box Butte avenue, and will conduct a strictly up-to-date BILLIARD PA RLOR and LUNCH COUNTER We have had our doors closed for a thorough cleaning, and we will open for business on Wednesday, August 18th .y respectfully solict your business in the line of IJILUAKDS, I'OOL, MKALS & SHORT ORDERS, CANDY, CKjARS and soft drinks You can be assured of a clean, respectable place to spend your spare moments. Alliance Billiard Parlor Rubis & Zeras, Props.