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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921.
SEVEN cSbcief The entertainment committee of Al liance lodge No. 961, B. P. O. Elks, has made arrangements for a series of eight dances during the fall and winter months, the first of which is pchedulerf as a Halloween ball on Fri day evening, October 28. Others in the series are a Thanksgiving dance on Thursday, November 23; New Years, Friday, December 30; Firday, January 20; Valentine dance, Friday, February 10; St. Patrick's day dance, I March 17; Friday, April 21, and Fri-1 day, May 12. The committee has made plans to sell season tickets to covpr admission to all these dances at $4, with the understanding that if one hundred tickets are sod, an extra dance will be given with no admission charge. The ninth dance, if given, v. ill be a formal. large, she said, but the women were extraordinarily punctual. Mrs. Frank Given of Omaha arrived Friday to attend the Harvest Home festival and for a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. Claudie Dole of the Variety store. Mrs. Given was for merly assistant timekeeper for the Burlington in this city. She returned to Omaha Sundav. Fayaline, of Marshall, Mo., arrived Monday for a visit with Mrs. Yowell' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DeMoss. The ladies guild of the Episcopal church will meet at the parish house Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock with Mrs. William Mitchell as hostess. Marcus Frankle left Saturday ning for a ten-day buying trip. will visit Chicago, New York city and other points before returning. cve-Ile Mrs. A. G. Smart left Sunday eve ning for Sioux Falls, S. 1)., where she will visit the next two weeks with a friend, Mrs. Newton Smith. Mrs. James Carmody returned Sat urday from Downs, Kas., where she has leen visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vol Wright. George Keiser and Miss Ellen Shaughnessy, both of Alliance, were married by County Judge Tash Satur day. The groom is employed by the Burlinyton as a car carpenter, and the bride has been employed by the Alli ance laundry. They will make their home in this city. The "open house" at the Alliance Country club last rnday evening was. torn and bruised Monday one of the mo.-t successful of the ser-' when he was renairinrr h:s ies of these events. Practically every member of the club was present at Fome time during the evening, and a larpe number of them brought gue.t-1. The entertainment was in the nature of an old-fashioned party, with danc ing to the music of the folding orgivn, played by Mrs. W. D. Iiumer, and the violin, played by "Cy" Laing. City Manager Kemmisli presided at the popcorn popper; Howard Reddish dis pensed cider and other members of the club passed about red apples. A special four-course dinner was served, which was said to be the best feed ca tr put on at the club house. M .S. Craijr. a rancher living near Hemingford, had his right hand badly morning windmill. In some way his hand got caught in the mill and was fo badly injure ! that several stitches were required to close the wound. Miss Mabel Worley returned Sun day from Lincoln, where she attended the photographers' convention. Among the many new ideas he learned at the convention ore the shadow pictures, hollywood lighting, and those with tapestred finish. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Keach relumed Friday morning from a two weeks' visit in th east. Mrs. Keach visited at the home of her father, J. D. Moore, at Delavan. Wis., while Mr. Keach Mohrman gave a surprise birthday i we on to New Wk on business. party for their mothers, Mrs. W. A. Wills and Mrs. J. W. DeMoss, Monday i of Mrs. Mohrman. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Groce and son, Charles, Mrs. Martha Patmore, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wills, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wills, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Fletcher, Mrs. J. B. Yowell and daugh ter, Fayaline, Mr. and Mrs. James Carmody, Mr. and Mrs, Lee Moore, Mrs. F. W. Irish, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. DeMoss, Mrs. E. A. Wills and Charley DeMoss. J. S. Fielding of Chicago, a brother of T. S. Fielding of this city, arrived in Alliance Sunday for a visit with relatives here. Mr. Fielding says that his duties in the purchasing de partment of the Illinois Central rail road take him to the south most of the time, and that he has not been in Alliance for three years. He says he can notice of wonderful change in the appearance of the city, especially as regards our new paving and the pro gressive attitude of the merchants. He left Monday night for his home, expecting to visit Denver and St. Louis on the return trip. The ladies' aid society of the Meth odist church will be entertained, by Mrs. Blair Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Gaddis, 319 Cheyenne avenue. This will be a birth day meeting. Miss Marie Howe of the Golden Rule store was made substitute commercial teacher at the high school to take the place of Miss Miner. Miss Howe en tered upon her new duties Monday morning. The Misses Opal Russell, Mildred Zurn and Edna Martin left Sunday to attend the Rebfkah grand lodge, in session at Lincoln. The Methodist choir will meet at the home of Mrs. W. K. lira per Thurs day evening at 7:30. A good atten dance is desired. Miss Elsie Johnson, I,atin teacher ut the high school was called home last week on account of the illness of her mother. Mrs. Lee Basve returned Sunday trorning from Lincoln, where rhe has spent the last month visiting with her parents. Dr. E. C. Drake, Jim Scott and John Beach left Sunday for Lincoln to attend the Grand Lodge of the I. O. O. F. Mr. and- Mrs. Marion Asbury and family of Dalton spout Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Mi.s-kimcn. Ray Stansbury, formerly w!th the Newberry Hardware Co., of this city was in Alliance last week visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nelson enter tained Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wilt last Friday evening to a six o'clock giouf-e dinner. Mr. and Mrs. James Carmody will leave Thursday for Troy, N. Y., where they will make their home. Mr. Car mody has accepted a position with a large electrical company there. Mrs. Ira E. Tash returned Saturday morning fom a ten-day visit with her mother, Mrs. B. J. Wilcox, in Afton, la. Mrs. Tash's mother has been bad ly injured in a fall, but is now well on the road to recovery. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ij. Roe was taken to the hospital Sat urday but is reported much improved today. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Condit left Mon day in their car for Chicago, 111., where they will make their future heme. The woman's club of Alliance will go to Hemingford Saturday to be en tertained by the Hemingford woman's club. P. Van Graven arrived in Alliance , Saturday and has assumed charge of his studro here after an absence of more than six months. Mr. Van Graven leased his business here, in tending to take an automobile trip to the coast; but pot interested in a studio at North Platte while in Den ver and finally decided to take his va cation there at his same old occupa tion. After six months he is much pleased to return to Alliance, with many new ideas in his business, and Fays that this city never looked better to him than it does right now. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Smith returned Sundav evening from a ten-day trip a -!" I -. -T 111 ...U ' 10 inicajfo anu jock rums in they had been visiting Mr. father and other relatives. Miss Juanita Crowell of Kearney is making an extended visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. w. Miner. F. A. Bald returned ..he last of the week from a few days' business tiip in the eastern part of the state. Miss F.dn Rpnedict will entertain where t),e Fortnightly kensington this even- The man who didn't use to know the gun was loaded is now holding a lighted match to see how much gas there is in the tank. Combed Wool Scarfs, $1.49, $6.69 and $9.38. llighland-llolloway Co. At the present price "amounting to shucks" something. of peanuts, amounts to Silk Jersey Sweaters, $.".00. llighland-llolloway Co. Sport Trimmed Sailor and Hats, $2.9S and $4.98. llighland-llolloway Co. Rcpdcraft Bas and Purses will please you. llighland-llolloway Co. There's fun in store for you nt the Presbyterian C. E. Halloween party at the church Friday evening, October 2S. . 93-9G TO.seal in the delicious Burley flavor Once you've enjoyed the toasted flavor you will al ways want it GIFTS TrfAT LAST WERE YOU BORN IN OCTOBER? There is no gift quite so nice for a birthday pres ent ns a bit of dainty jewelry. It is so useful, so artis tic and so personal. And jewelry set with the birthstone is especially appropriate. Maylc it K just superstition to think that it is lucky to wear your birthstone, still there maybe something to it after all. I)ts of folks believe it. Opals are such wonderful gems so lively with equisite colors that Octoler-bom folks are uncommon ly lucky in their birthstone. We have some fascinat ing opal jewelry not too-costly for gifts. Ladies' Rings, $6.."0 to $15.00 u When you pay a social debt with 7222 Chocolates you get large returns in appreciation. Do you owe some one a box now? Just Arrived Another Lot of SAMPLERS and other Chocolates. 300 POPULAR COPYRIGHT BOOKS JUST RECEIVED Many of them by our most favorite authors, such as Zane Grey, B. M. Bower, Gene Strat ton Porter, Peter B. Kune, Rupert Hughes, Wia Raine, Eleanor Porter, James Oliver Curwood and others. Com in and pick out your favorite. THIELE'S Th S.trt With a CuaranUt Without Rid Tap Smith's The Baptist Missionary Society will meet at the church Wednesday after noon at 2:30 with Mrs. Cal Simp.-on as hostess. All members and friends are invited. Mrs. Percy Cogswell left Saturday for Sidney for a visit with her sister, Mrs. John Burke, returning to Alli ance Monday. The Alliance Woman's club will meet at 2:45 p. m. Friday at the city library. Mesdamcs William LaMon, Ann Smith ard Cantlin will be hostesses. Subject, "Art" Mrs. James Hunter will give a paper on "Four Living Women Artists of Am erica and a Description of Their Work." The round table discussion, on "Influence of Pictures Upon the Child," will be led by Mrs. Emma O'Bannon. Mrs. S. A. Convis of Battle Creek, Mich., arrived in this city this morn ing, and will make an extended vi?it at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. J. Sallows. Mrs. J. B. Yowell and daughter, ing at eight o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. John Beach left Sun day night for Omaha for a short visit with friends. Mrs. Belshaw. of Baseman, Mont., is visiting at the home of her son, Gto. E. Belshaw. S. A. -Schmitt and little daughter were in Alliance today. Mrs. Dorothy Herhhman left Mon day night for Omaha. H. D. Hacker enjoyed a his brother Monday. visit from Hugh Davenport .returned Sunday from Lincoln. Maynard C. Davis and Miss Laura C. Wadum were quietly married at the home of the bride at 9 o'clock Sunday morning, the Rev. B. J. Minort offi ciating. Mr. and Mrs. Davis left at roon for St. Joseph, Mo., and other eastern points for a two weeks' wed ding trip. They expect to make their home in Alliance, where Mr. Davis is employed by the city as engineer at the light plant. " Mrs. Kenneth Mohrman gave a birthday dinner Monday evening at f-ix o'clock in honor of her mother, Mrs. J. W. DeMoss. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. James Carmody. Mrs. J. B. Yowell rr.d daughter, Fayaline, of Marshall, Mo., Miss Frances and Katherine Fletcher, J. W. DeMoss, Kenneth Mohrman and Charley DeMoss. The young people's class of the! Berea Community Sunday school will j give a program and box social at tne basement of the church on Friday evening, October 21. The proceeds to po to the benefit of the church. The ladies are requested to bring well filed lunch boxes and the gentlemen well filled pocket books. Everyone invited. The Chautaqua quartet which stoDDed at Alliance last. Sunday en route to Mitchell gave a splendid en-, tertainment at the Methodist church in the evening. The collection; amounted to a little over $40, of which , half was given to the quartet and the -remainder applied to tne Duiiuing juiiu of the church. Mrs. M. D. Zimmerman, who con ducted a cooking Bchool at the Dar ling furniture store from Tuesday to Saturday of last week, was very com plimentary in her references to the Aiiin!i u-nmpn who attended. Not ony was the attendance exceptionally wttUiiUUIUtttttf 8 A Grand Success Was the Cooking School And to those ladies who attended we want to say that we (our store) appreciate your attendance as fully as do you appreciate the knowledge gained. Some of you were entire strangers hav- p ing never been inside our store before others were occasional customers, while the remainder were our regular customers. Did the fact appeal to any of you that we did not ask you to buy goods? We hope it did, as it was never our intention to ask this of you. We did our pait for you and were glad to do it. When the opportunity affords just say a good word for our store. All of the articles used in the Modern Kitchen were new. We now offer them at reduced prices. Geo. D. Darling Mo new OS avers For Wednesday Everybody is interested in getting the best quality meats and groceries at the lowest possible consistent price. Below we list a few items that it will pay you to bay Wednesday. Will you come and see for yourself? MEAT DEPARTMENT 113-117 West Third Street Alliance, Nebraska Pork Chops Best T-ttones Dest Short Cuts 20clb. Weiners Minced Ham Bologna Liver Sausage PURE LAUD The Bestper lb 16c ROUND STEAK per lb 18c REST SLICED BACON (The way you want it) lb. . . 35c SHOULDER ROAST, per lb 10c BEST RIB ROASTS, per lb 11c Try Us and Save. See what you can save Wednesday by call ing on us. BEST HIGH PATENT FLOUR $1.75 Morgan Grocery Co. PHONE 589 Alliance, Neb. ttt?t;iiti"i:i"ii;t:;;t;a uiitstMn.: