Newspaper Page Text
THE AU.IANCE I1KUA1.P. FI'IDAY. SEPTEMMCU lf. 1921.
nva laM fvrninir. It hal l n intrnilcd u i-t.io thp pirnir at the l'liriiito pTr four nilo.' north of t he city, but tin imlenunt weather rai'sotl a clianm' ii he plans. A prt'iriai.i of rntritain nunt tint liml tavn nrviintil wo. ! it.ilol off, Uu- to thr fact that a 1ln mcKintr was M'h'lu!ol for ":.".). Th I I'iinif ilinner vn si'ncd calVteri; s-tylo anil vas nio.t elaborate. The Alliance Notary club entertain-; M rv.'ttlon as well as aciuaintancp.-h p. rcl he tearhers of the Alliance schools ' I Jut oni: of tli teachers, Miss Klsie Rt the ladies' niirht festivities on Wed-1 Johnston, wrote correctly the- club! Tiepday evening at tho I ern Garden of names of each of the nieinlers, and the Alliance hotel. With one or to she was presented with a Rold pencil, rxcoption.s the teachers were cut in The following teachers were on the full Ioitc, and the program was so nr- J cnest'list: Miss Ida Clark, Mr."-, lnice ranp;ed that they v.ere made actjuaint-i l'unninir. F. C. Prince, Charles l vith every member of the club. J Phelps, Miss lVrothy Waite, Miss Following the opening announcement : Llsie L. Johnson, Miss bertha Brad by President Charles K. Single, who ,. lock. Miss Murjrarct Minor, Mis told of the importance of the school Hazel Snethen, Miss Nina NaT"ion, teachers and their limited opportuni- Mrs. .1. I). Kinerick, Leonard Hedd, ties for meeting the people of the city, j Miss Blanche Wilson, Miss Maude the plan for getting acquainted wusjWilcoN, Mrs. Klva Kase, Miss Jean put into effect. i nette McConnell, Mi.-s Ada Wat wood, There were ten tables in the Fern Miss ltuth Nation, Miss Doris Abbott, room, at each of which two or more Mis Mary Paugherty, Miss Anna Kotarians and their wives were seated. ; I.ind, Miss Madge Graham, Mrs. Kuby When the teachers marched in, to Chapman, Miss Kmma Davis, Mi.s music furnished by Mrs. John Wiker Kva Crocker, Miss 'era Spencer, Miss at the piano, they were seated all over , liola Worley, Miss Laura Johnston, the room. Five or tn minutes were Miss Thelma Westley, Miss Lucille alowel for them to meet the members i McNichols, Miss Violet Sandstrom, and their wives, and then the teachers ; Mis Klizabeth Young, Mrs. Devona changed to another table. The teach-' Price, Mrs. Nettie Donovan, Miss ers changed U;b!es again and again Katherine Jennett, Miss Inis Jennings, during the evening, between the serv-iMiss (Jlen Soper, Miss Marjory Cole ing of courses. There were some little' man, Mrs. Klizabeth Cornu. Miss Alta jnixups due to failure to bring along i Young and Miss Margaret Harris, the quota of silverware and drinking . l.-.i ii.. .l U - I water, oui me scneme was niKiu sue- x. ,..., y-.win.. rwWntein ceKsful n the primary object, ac quainting all of the teachers v.ith all of the guests. A number of Rotary songs were ung during the evening. Kotarian Robert I. Elliott of Chadron had been and Margaret Dwyer entertained at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening at the home of the former for Miss Agnes Newberry whose marriage to Edward McNulty will take place (.n the twentieth of this month. The secured for an address on the occasion, ! oveninjr vas f:,,ent in making fancy but at noon Wednesday lie notified ! wort for Xhe bride to be, after which the entertainment committee that he - a dainty two course luncheon was could not be present Attorney E. L. j servetl. " Those present were the Meyer was pressed into service, and j ik;isses Agnes New berry, Helen New with the assistance of the club mem- i10rrVi Margart Brennan. Mary Her bcrs, who filled up pauses in his ad-j,,,an pr.,ncfS Brennan. Madeline dress with songs, he managed to con- xtI(nn;,n, Sarah O'Keefe. Helen McCoy ey to the visiting teachers the idea Katherine Dwyer, Winnie Barry, Uat the Kotarians and ineir wives . yiTnmn Uurrv. Marv Barrv, Lilian thought very highly of them and of flerzina, Frances Katen. Alice Hamil their work and expected to take more ton puth Morris, KathcYiro Kleigle, than a perfunctory interest in them , pr;,nces Collins, Marguerite Cary, lui ing their stay in the city. ""', Marie Buechsenstein and Me.-dames C. Meyer closet! with an original poem,!A Newl)errv, Frank Abegg, Harry' the execution of which qualifies him , Monish, Walter Mullnne. Walter for a place on the club's song-writing j BUP.hsenstein, Frank Buechsenstein, quad. Mr. Meyer was at one time a; t e $aee and A. J. Dwyer principal ot tne Alliance nign scnooi, Mr. and Mis. Clavin P. Walker anil Mr. and Mis. Jack Mettlen were thi Sum lay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clark ll 'rkey, livinir near I if Niobrara rivet After a splendid cl.i."kcn dinner the party drove to Cook ? n h. Mrs. Hickev is the daughter of Mr Mis. Mettlen. ami Marple, was in APiancc on business ( Thursday. i Mrs. John Bc;,th loft Thursday for Lincoln and Omaha for a week's visit. A. M. Miller, of Hemingford, was a business visitor to Alliance Thursday. Mrs. Hooper and daughter, Naomi, were shipping in the city Thursday. Arthur Peterson of Antioch was in he city on business Thursday. ! E. C. Drake left tday for Bridge Hrt on professional business. Mrs. Henry Davis entertained at a Kensington Thursday rftcrnoon in honor of her mother, Mrs. Bitts of Kansas City. Thoe present were Mesdames Cherry, Mann, Brennan. Kearns, Wells. Scotten, Finegan and Drake. Dainty refreshments were served. O. P. David of Belvidere arrived in Alliance Thursday for i visit with his niece, Mrs. L. H. Highland. Mr. David said he heard that the ducks were so thick her j that hunters o.a.1 to A'ear masks to keep them oif, so he thought he would come up and get hi. Mrs. J. Duncan has accepted a posi tion at the Ranger Cafe. John Symler left Thursday to at tend the' I. O. O. F. - convention in (Vnada. W NThr 100 pairs or hwn-, to he repaired Monday, September 19. B. & B. Shoe Repair Shop, I'ndcr Al liance National Rank. muTiis Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hesse Camp bell, Tuesday, September 13, a 10 pound baby girl. Name, Louise Marie. A Mn was born this M'tcrnoon "to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlson. The Methodi.-t Indies A1 society. will give a r"ception roc the teatneis of the public schools this evening t the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCvr kle. It is to be a music d entertain ment and refreshments i'l be served. John L. Raynir andMi. s Hallie T. Comer, both of Chadron, were married Thursday at noon by County Judge Ira E. Ta.sh. The couple left on an after noon train for a honeymoon in Den ver, v Mrs. Kenneth Schuyler who has leen visiting her mother, Mrs. A. S. denies, left Wednesday night for her home in Denver. Mrs. Schuyler was formerly Miss Naomi Taylor of this city. Reduced Livestock Rates Benefit Only One Town in State The entertainment committee of the Alliance Country club announce an "oi) n house" for tonight. There will i be dancing and other amusements pro vide!. On!v one town in Nibrasn will be' benefited by the decision of the rail loads in the state to cut rate on live stock shipments, in accordance with lecormiondntlons of interstate com merce commission made last month. It is Henry, Neb., located f04 miles from Omaha. The cut applies to rates to Omaha and provides for a twenty per cent cut for towns 600 miles from this city. Henry is the only town to c ine under the specifications. s'jnH his acquaintance with the pro fession made him exceptionally well qualified to make ad address of wel come. Following Mr. Meyer's address, the entertainment committee staged a guessing contest for the teachers. ; They were given sheets of paper con-; taining the last names of the club , members, and were asked to supply. the club nicknames. Each of the club , iv.. n lwdin. irivinir i s The Scottish Rite Masons ladies name and the name by which the club club of Alliance held a basket supper knew him, and the test was one of ol- at the Masonic lempie ui o ociocn C. L. Fenn, formerly with the west em branch of the Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Co. of Minneapolis, Minn., at Salt like City, has accepted a position with the A. H. Jones Co. of this city. Mr. Fenn handled Olds mobile cars in Salt Lake City for two years. He will act as retail salesman for the A. H. Jones Co. Mrs. I. M. Myers f Hemingford was operated on for appendicitis at the hospital Wednesday. She is re Krtei to be doing nicely. The Misses - Wanda and Janice Adams who have been attending school at Chadron returned to Alli ance 1 .lursday. Mr. Carson of Gering, who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs Paris Dettemore, returned home Thursday. 111 to ton n4 atroncthan tho organs of digoalio and alimination, Improwo appotilo, atop) aick hoodoehoa, rottova Wl leuanosa, eorroet constipation. Thoy act promptly, pleasantly, mildly, yat thoroughly. Tomorrow Alright f7 "fr, The open meeting of the Alliince Woman's club is to be held tolay at the Alliance hotel Fern tlarden with luncheon. Joe Manion, a rancher living near Ct a 25c. Bex ALLIANCE DKL'ti CO. Vaar PrwMwt '4 GIFTS THAT LAST J Yon Wonder How It Can Be Done Everyday vvc bear exclamations of surprise in the low prices in our store. Hcciiusc some jewels, watches and ar ticles of precious metals are very cosily, folks set the idea that all are. ' . The realization that those expensive things are only few among hundreds, come when you look through our stocks. You sec piece after piece of exquisite jewlery, handsome silver, dainty glass ware, and other beautiful wares, priced at $2, $3, $5 and are amazed that such fine viluUiLry tuato iauv., a It pays to conic in now and tlien just to look around. FOOT BALL DAYS ARE HERE And we fiV? licadquav tors for uiDtbiill supplii s of all hinil.s. A nc! v anl roniiktc line just roceivtMl, and wo ft re able to lit yi.u out from top to bottom. Whether you wart the cheapest of tho best --we have it. Come ' in, r.ml lot us show thep.i lo you. HAVE YOU A GOOD SCHOOL WATCH? C,i;p;.'' to school yfui will need : H'ood waich, one that will keep correct time and still not le ex pensive. We have the inexpen sive watcnes suitable for grammar school pupils and a splendid stock ot letter ui'nd' required by hijfh sch'xA students. $1.73 u ?:o.oo THIELE'S Hit Slot r With ii Cuaranttt Without RtJ Tuft i - - - . mi HIGHLAND-HOLLOW A Y CO. 'S ID) nee "Smashing SAL 9 J O of New Fall Apparel for Women and Misses Without Regard to Cost. To Meet the Present Conditions We are Going to Turn This Merchandise Into Cash. ill Fall and Winter Suits Suits that are finely tailored, reflecting the trend of the Fall Fashions, as well as the Beaded Buttons and Embroidery trim mings; of Ti'icotines, Serges. Velours and mixtures of the shades that please. $22.50 to $142.50 Wool and Silk Dresses At a sensational offering of Ti'icotines, Serges, Twills and Silks of the favorite models in all popular shades from the best makers. $10.93, 18.75, $24.75 AND UP Cloth and Plush Goats A fine showing of dependable merchan dise in Fall and Winter Coats of Cloth and 'Plush. Some have Fur Collars and Cull's in the approved fabrics and. models. $15 to $12 7 Petticoats and Bloomers $4.50 The new Autumn shade.-? and designs are noticeable features jn the Fall Show-inn- of Petticoats and Bloomers of Silk, Jerseys, with Satin, Taffeta and Mesr-alino flounces; pleated, ruffled and r.airow frills appropriate for the new suit or dress. Ii A large group from which (o select III a i' t r a Millinery After you have looked elsewhere you will find yon can make a big saving on your Hat by buying -of us. Ladies' Black Sailor Hats S3.C0, $4.95 to $8.00 Tarns for the young folks $1, $1.50 and $2 Ladies' Trimmed Hats $2.50 to $18.75 Hosiery Gordon Silk Lisle, full-fashioned Stock ing; fine weave in Black, Cordovan, White and Grey; garter-top full reinforced. 70c a Pair Same as above, only lighter weight G0c a Pair Gordon full-fashioned, mercerized garter-top Stocking, Black and Brown 10c a Pair. at 81.53