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THE ALLIANCE HERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1021.
FIVE 81 r:ir lins brcn cotmn'rciiil miiniiK'i'f f tbo Allinm-e CM-hanir 'f the Nit!t 'vosloin Hell 'lYIrphonr company, Ifit '.his nin fir Omah;i, whorp h will .!-um t lie ilutics of clvrf clerk in tlio otTii'c of ("oin'Tirn'tal Sii'i'in(n. nt F. A. M:iv. The initial niort np; of tho St. A.unos alumnae nociation took jilaee Tik" day evetiinc nt S o'clock in the -.cul- rtny meption rooms. Only tho 'u,.1 ham, AUh Younir, Avis Jo-li r, Klna Itrneilict, Janet (Jrassman. MoMlames KuKene Rlnck, dail Price, Waltei IJIousor, and Fred Fearins. The d-eo- KTadu;tes were present. 'Ihe mH t- I i at:ons me to be entirety of inp was opened hy a realintr f the constitution and by-laws. After iii--cussinpr Uie various articles it wa-; tte c;del that a copy of the constitution In? nailed to the out-of-town m i lu utes. As poon us the returns aro lt ceived the constitution will be put into print. A board of officers pro tempore was elected: President, Mrs. Walter ltuechpenstein, '11; vice-president, Miss Marie Bucchsentein, '12; fccii; tary, Mi.s Margaret Dwyer, 'l'.t; trefth urer, Miss Alice Burke, 'ID. Aftr the meeting refreshments were served and interest waxed strong when it was propor-ed that the alumnae asso ciation should take immediate steps to wards making the prospective bazaar a success. tune boughs and cone?. After the dinner here will he a kitchen shower at the Worley home. Mr. and Mrs. William Newman en tertained last Saturday evening in Allir.nee Post No. 7. American le gion, wilt hold a special dinner nd meeting at the Fenr Carden of the Alliance hotel on Tuesday eening, September C, at which the members of the "ilean-up squad'' of the govern ment war risk bureau will be enter tmned. A talk by Thomas M. Tem ple of central division headquarter of the American Kod Cross, which vu announced lis a special feature of the piogram, will not be given, Mr. Tem ple having Wen ordered by headquar Urj to Montana. Mr. and Mrs. R. T,. Clements, recent ly married at Washington and who have been on an extended wedding honor of her sister, Mrs. P. F. l.uch-jtrip thioiighout the east, are expected singer and family and a friend, Mrs Fred Krnst and daughter, Esther, all f Columbus, Neb. Th following to arrive today for a few days' visit with friends here before going on to ( h.-'dron where they will make their were m-escnt: Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 'home. iir. Clai.ients heme emuloved Groves and son, Arthur; Mr. and Mi s. I there in tho pult'ic Fcriools. Mrs. Ij. K. Bliss; Mr. and Mrs. Judevine and family; Miss Ietta Lusby; Alfred : nd Ernest Iossi; Mr. and Mrs. '.Vessel and daughter; Will Render; Mr. and Mis. Guy Kut and family; Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Manning. At 11 o'clock u two course lunch was served. The memWrs of Post M, T. P. A. of Alliance, and their families will hold a weiner roast at the city park at f p. m. on Saturday, September 3. In the evening, there will be a dance for the T. P. A.'s at the city armory. Among the objects of the entertain ment are the suitable welcoming of Joe Chapman and his bride, and a farewell for Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lut trell, who will leave Alliance within a jdiort time for North Platte, where Mr. Luttrell has been promoted by the International Harvester company. Clements will be remembered iv many friends hero as Miss llattie Renwold, formerly employed at the law otfice of William Mitchell. Mis Marie Kibble, daughter of M md Mrs. I',. T. Kil.t-le of this ci. rturned Sunday from an exten.N'd I our with thf Standard ih:iutmi i:i j ystem as a number of the Stand. .i d j outbein Five troupe. Illness n -rnts her finishing tin c:r'on wilh nic haut.-u.nia. She was taken ill ;.t Knid, Okl., two weeks ago, anl 4llci Vinir ennlmed to her bed for hiee oi j 'our days, w as able to come i n to Lincoln alone, where her -nother met ler and ac'(impan:e l her hom. I l.i Standard Southern Five were 1'mI.ciI until September 7. A numWr of Red Cioss hone serv ice secretaries will be in Allia.ae Monday and Tuesday of next week, to assi-t the government c!enn-U sijnad :n tilling out claims of ex-soldiers in the final drive that will be made in !his territory. Among those who will be here ate Mrs. J. W. Dawson of Kearney, Mrs. (5. 1,. Spnno-zle of Bridgeport, Miss Julia K. Kueker I Chadron, and probnblv Miss Albeit. i J. Outhouse of Sidney. Mr?. Martha Patmore enteitained a number of the young married people (it her home Wednesday evening. Thns present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kohhins, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Sward. Mrs. Sward's mother. Mrs. Campbell of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogel Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mohrman, Mrs. A. W Vogel, Miss Doris Petes of Wyoming, and Mr. and Mrs; Harry Brew. Dainty refreshments of grape juice, wafers and cookies were served. Mrs. Fred Ernst and daughter, Mis. P. F. Luchsinger, and family left this morning for their home at Columbus, Neb. They have been visiting 1 1 the Newman home and other relatives the past two weeks. Misses Izola and MaWl Worley will entertain at a 6 o'clock dinner tonight at the country club in honor of Mrs. Hattie Renswold Clements, who is ex pected to arrive today from the east. Those invited are: Misses Ethel Gra- The Ix)deka Campfire fiirls met Wednesday evening at the home of the assistant guardian, Miss Vera Spencer. Officers were elected as fol lows: President, Dorothy Hampton; vice-president, Elsie Simpson; secretary-treasurer, Estella Yarborough; bead tender, Flora Spencer; messenger girl, Evelyn Kuhn. Mesdames D. 1,. Sturgeon and A. W. N'ewbi rg will be hostesses at the Mar ried People's d::ncing club next S:;t- UKlay evening at the armory. All members are asked to be pre.-ent, as there is important buine.a to be transacted. All persons wishing to re- remain memWrs of the club will eterdav. either be present or call one of the committee before Saturday night, the eommittee i.nnounres. The Ecnaitlii Campfire girls, have (bfen serving dinners in older to earn ; their next rank in the organization. The firt group served August "'.. Chairman, Hugcnin l.iiing; Titbel Ful !br, Miriam Harris, Helen Hnwrs, J Phyllis Thompson. Menu: Minced : ham, m.ished potatoes, cor n on oh, i fresh tomatoes, bread, butter, jel'y, j cookie.;. I The second group, consisting of Ks jtlmr Yanderlas, chairman; Vivian C r , Lett, Mildred Pate, Ku'h Ale and lirr aldine Bradley, served on Augu-t !''. 'Ihe menu included meat loaf, baked potatoes, scalloed corn, hot biscuits, j 'lly, cucumber and onion salad, nvd I I'll and wafers. The thiid fcioup served on Aur ist !2. Chairman, Juanita Laing, 1 i t.i Whisman, Margin et Vnnderlas, Valet ta Hacker, l.illa (iraham. Menu. ra.-t beef, brown gravy, browned potatoes, mncaroni salad, pickled beets, eluo- late t:;i'cu pudding with leimn saixe, waffles, rolls, jelly, gi.ie lie tar. All meals were served at the home of the Ecnailla guanlian, Mr, Annis Cross. Miss Alta Young is assistant guardian of this campfire. Mrs. Ira E. Tash left yesterdiy morning for (Bering, where she will attend the Northwestern Nebraska conference of the Methodist church ps the lay delegate from the Alliance charge. Mr. W. T. O Kecfe left Wednesday for Minatare, in response to a tele rram bringing word that her mother, Mrs. Alice Meckler, is dangerously ill. Mr. O'Keefe joined her at Minatare Mr. end Mrs. J. W. Trumble and family of Lincoln, Neb., stopped over in Alliance from Sundny rmtil TVexdny Mrs. P. F.- Luchsinger and family, I w ith William Rust. The Trumbles ure and Mrs. Krnest and daughter, ami en route to Billings, Mont. Mrs. William Newman were Cnwfordl visitors from Monday until Tues l iy. The Fairview Sunday school will Mrs. P. F. Luchsinger is a sister of; have a social at the A. K. llann home Mrs. William Newman. They have a ! ucxt Friday. Refreshments of peaches brother at Craw ford, Walter los d, ; t ! and cream, cake and coffee, and mel the home of whom they were visiting, i ons will be served. Thelma Wesley entertained the N. II. club gills Thursday evening at her luime. Those present were: Misse Lois Wildy, Frances Collins, Grace Spacht, Jennie Hilton, Marie Kibble, Mrs. H. Campbell and Mrs. M. A. Nel son. Light refreshments were served. Fred Cutts celebrated his twenty ninth birthday last Sunday at a quiet little birthday party at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cutts. Only a few relatives and close friends were present. Mrs. Lyle Berry, who has Won vis iting for several days at the home of Judge and Mrs. L. A. Berry, returned to her home at l.usk, Wyo., We bi ;.; duy morning. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hubbell and ; visiting friends in the city. Mr. Hub Wll is president of an ironworks com pany. Clay Harry, who for the past two Mrs. T. S. Fielding ami son, Ted, will leave at midnight tonight for Denver, where Ted will consult a spe cialist. It is probable that Ted will W in the hospital for some time. Mrs. William LaMon, who is the high . cchoo accredited piano instruc tor, has reopened her studio at 72U Box Butte. SO The Christian endeavor of ihe Pres byterian church will have a lawn in cial nt the home of W. E. Spencer, 1001 Toluca avenue tonight at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Horn, who have been visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. S. J. Eplcr, returned to their home Thursday. Miss Mabel Grassman of he c'ty clerk's office is taking a short vaca tion today rnd Saturday. Lettie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson, had her tonsils re moved last Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. McDonald is out of the city for u few days visiting with a ' sister. rade at I iofgafi's The Girl on the Silver Dollar is Tickled Over the increased Purchasing power of the mighty Dollar at our store You will be, too, if you trade here as we are selling our goods at a very close marsrin YES, WE DELIVER For Your Sunday Dinner We Have POT ROASTS 191 AN,) Kr STEAKS, all kinds per pound 1-2 OL per pound PORK CHOPS, Larpe 0Cr I'OIiK CHOPS, Small per pound Lolt per pound UOILING P.EEF . Or SPHINCi CHICKENS, Dressed per pound 0 . . per pound HEST HA CON AM BEST SMOKED HAMS at the VERY LOWEST PRICES 20 AN,) 25c 28c 29c 45c JAMS. Kino Quality jar, each Try Our Saturday Grocery Specials 30c GREEN TEA half pound pkr. DEST COFFEE, Oftr SODA CRACKERS per pound Oil If per pound 20c 15c Large Cans of SALMON especially jjood value 2 F0R 25c LOOK! All Kinds of Vegetables and Fruit HOME GROWN FRESH TOMATOES 3 LliS. FOR 25c LARGE, PINK MEAT CANTAIX)TJPES. each 10c LARGE LOAF of "BUTTER KUfJST" DREAD, Denver Made 2 F0R 25c MORGAN ' GROCERY CO. 'CIITTIfAT lST J School Special Fountain Pen --$1.50 A rood, durable self-filler pen, suit able for all school requirements. At Thiele's you will find one of the most complete lines of school supplies in Alliance. Everything that you will need Fountain pens, Eversharp pencils, Autopoint pencils, History paper, note books, scratch tablets, rulers, erasers, re fill leads, crayolas, paints, etc. Eversharp Pencils, $1.00 to $5.00 Autopoint Pencils 50c HAROLD BELL WRIGHT'S LATEST ROOK 'Helen of the Old House' A Ktirrinjt romance of American life today. The scene of the story is not localized hut brings to mind almost any manufacturing town or community. The chief character "Helen of the Old House" represents the finest type of American womanhood. Said to be one of Harold P.ell Wright's best looks. Special Price $1.75 Victor Records FOR SEPTEMBER ARE HER v V . , . Come in and let us play them for you. G19S1 La Wallv Eblien? Ne Andro Ixmtana Catalani Farewell My Joyous Home) 10 in. $1.25 716!4 Gypsy Airs, No. 2 Sarasate 12-in. $1.75 61971 Souvenir Drdla i 10-Jn. $1.25 74G96 A Dream of Love Liszt 12-in. $1.75 (Liebestraum, in A Flat) Marine Corps Institute March 1S7S5 Marine Corps Institute March U. S. Marine Band 18783 The Rifle Regiment March U. S. Marine Band 10-in. 85c In My Tippy Canoe Waltz Hackel-Berge Orchestra 18783 Whore the Lazy Mississippi Flows Waltz Hackel-Berge Orchestra 10-in. 85c No-Jo Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago 1S770 San Oriental Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicavo 10-in. 85c You're the Sweetest Girl Medley Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra 18787 Vamping Rose Fox Trot All Star Tl io and Their Orchestra 10-in. 85c 187S2 You Made Mc Forget How to Cry Henry Burr Emaline ' Vernon Dalhart 10-in. 85c There's Only One Pal After All Charles Hart-Elliott Show 1S786 Sleepy Head Peerless Quartet 10-in. 85c Stand Up and Sing for Your Father an Old Time Tune Billv Murray and Quartet 18784 I Wonder Where My. Sweet, Sweet Daddy's Gone . Aileen Stanley 10-in. 85c Virginian Judge 3d Session, Part I Walter Kelly 45230 Virginian Judge Od Session, Part II Water"Kellv 10-in $1.00 THIELE'S Ik Sint H'idi 4 Cujuine Wtthtut &ej faff