Newspaper Page Text
THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1921.
1 r'Wtn ocie - L-W I V V WW Mm, Kenneth Molirman entertained at her homo Thursday evening with an announcement party and shower for Miss Leila Cutts. The guests were met at the door by little Faynline Yowell of Marshall, Mo., and Master Paul Boyed Jones of Alliance dressed as bride and groom. The house was beautifully decorated in Autumn leaves, butterflies, and yellow and white paper Fpider webb, at the ends of which Miss Cutts found many beau tiful and useful presents for their new home. The color scheme, of yellow and white was carried out in the dainty refreshments of orange crush, angel food cake and after dinner mints. The interesting feature of the evening was the announcement of the wedding found in little wax guns. Various games were played and he guests de parted at a late hour declaring they had spent a very enjoyable evening. The third entertainment group of Kinunka Campfire prepared and served a dinner for the other members last Satrrday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dow. The menu in cluded meat loaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, cabbage salad, cocoa with whip ped cream and peach ?ouffle. The cooking and serving of two dinners is one of the requirements for the fire maker's rank. Miss Vema Dow is chairman of the group, and the other members are Frances Grassman, Flor ence Baker, Tressa Looney and Eliza beth Wilson. The first group will serve their second dinner probably this wjeek-end at the home of Miss Dolly Dailey. . The Misses Gladys and Mable Stur geon entertained the Christian En deavor of the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in playing games after which light refreshments were served. Those prsent were the Misses Vera and Flora Spencer, Harriet Wager, and Rev. A. J. Kearns, Oliver Overman, Frank Mounts, Mark Anderson, Jay Cantlin and Theodore Benson. Mrs. J. C. McCortle entertained at a dinner party Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Axel Johnson of Mason City, la., who has been visiting with her parents, Judge and Mrs. I. K. Tash, for the past few weeks. Those pres ent were Mesdames Ira E. Tash, it. L. Johnstone C. E. Marks, W. C. Mounts, Walter Bledsoe and W. It. Harper. Mrs. F. W. Harris entertained at a three o'clock tea this afternoon in Honor of Mrs. J. Case Cornell of Lin voln. The guest list included the Mesdames Cornell, Rumer, Hively, Cogswell, E. A. Hall, Helpbringer, Gavin, Frankle, Adele Phelan, Marks, J. N. Anderson and F. M. Broome of Antioch. , D. Rumer. cnt. Twelve ladies were pres- The daily mail service on Rural route No. 1 is to go into efTect on No vember 16 and all patrons on the route that want service are asked to leave their names at the post office before the sixteenth if possible. Miss Avis Joder entertained the Iodeka Campfire girls Thursday even ing at a stagg party. Games furnish ed the amusement of the evening after which a delightful tWo-course luncheon was served. . Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Cornell of Lincoln. Mr. and Mr?. Ernest Hock of An tioch have moved to Alliance nnd oc cupy the J. G. Beck houre at 80(5 East Third street. W. H. Bnllinper, son of L. E. Bal-llns-cr of Bingham, hid his tonsils re moved Saturday. He is reported as t'.oing nicely. C. R. Wcise left Monday by auto for n business trip to Pener. Dale W eeks ."companiod him an far t '.Vhca'.l.'ind, Wyo. Mrs. Marcus Frankle entertained at a dinner party Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Cornell of Lincoln. BIRTHS I To Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Duyson of Antiorh, No vernier 10, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Shanklin, Tliuml 'y November V, a boy. To Mr. and Mr,!. A. Adams. Tues day Noxcriber S, on S p.iuml boy. 1 To Mr. and Mrs. Glen Patrick,' Wed nesday Novciiiber 0, a boy. Harry Th! is scllinir 'd:amond , ring for $10 S;'tunl:i.v. They're very 1 fashk rvtblc lookirg r'n;Ts, too. A bril-' nam t.iamond set in black onyx. 100 I Cranuhted Su?;ar, per sack ?G.9S. Third Street Markt. one block west of Ford Garage. No Hope for Lower Freight Rates Until July of Next Year No Tentorial reductions in freight rates will hp noted for nine months or a year as a result of the withdr.wil of the orders calling otr tho threatened n:tion-wido tieup of rnilroadx, in the opinion of menilwra of the- stale rail way commission, says the State Jour na Their opinion is base I uprn the fact that the railroad labor board fis sured the brotherhoods that no fur ther wage cuts, if nny, would bo made until next July. "Wages represent mj large a percentage of tho cost of tho. moving freight Itecause of involved labor, that the rate experts are of tlio opinion no material reductions ar possible unless the railroads voluntar ily agree in cut them," niembora of tho committee state. "The nttitudn of thn railroads justifies no hope of that being done." The chairman tf the tfoaril believe there may be reduction in various localit;es because the sched ules are not of alignment, but beyond that, he sees no reason for hope in re ductioniu White Karo Syrup, gallon 67c, Dark Karo Syrup, gallon 60c. Third Street Market, one block west of Ford (in rage. 100 W D Rumer took a big ear load of men in hunting toga out to the hills Thursday morning. The Scottish Rite will have a meet ing at the Masonic hall Sunday after noon at 2:30 for the purpose of ar ranging for a campaign and for re hearsal. All members are invited to attend. Mrs. W. C. Mounts has been quite ill for the past week, but is some bet ter today. Albert E. Lang and Miss Laura E. Calmer, both of Berea, were tietly married at the Baptist parsonage Sat urday evening at 8 o'clock, Rev. B. J. Minort officiating. Mrs. Lena Baker, nee Thompson for merly of Lakeside, i3 visiting friends in Alliance while on her way to Texas, her present home being in Portland, Ore. White Karo Syrup, gallon 67c, Dark Karo Syrup, gallon 60c. Third Street Market, one block west of Ford Garage. 100 Mrs. Al Wiker has teen confined to her bed for the past week with rheumatism. ir T -1 : ii - l r - i jirt. j. t. mi.e wa cniitMi in iic- Cook Thursday on recount of the ill ness of her mother. Mrs. J. M .Mewhirter returned from a trip to Omaha the first of the week. Harry Thicle is selling diamond rings for $10 Saturday. They're very fashionable looking rings, too. A bril liant diamond set in black onyx. 100 Granulated Sugar, per sack S6.9S. Third Street Markt, one bloc!; west of Ford Garage. i Mrs. A. V. Gavin and Mrs. E. A. Hall entertained at a theatre party ll'l A - T,' c? it t nue ivai o rup, gnuon oic, j Dark Karo Syrup, gallon 60c. : Third Street Market, one block I west of Ford Garage. 100 fc Women 's and Misses matt Suits Brand New Styles, Actually Made to Retail at Up to $35.00 to $15.00, Featured in an Astounding Sale Thursday at All the" season's newest fashion touches are represented. Del ted, fingertip length, button, braid, silk stitchings and embroidered models of Velour, Tricotine and Serge in newest colorings. Coats are silk lined. 13'50' I 11 ItfLimWTW 'Stfvro BIG STORE Alary leaner, n a ti in t-c.ir- ment for Foreign Missions, was in Al-T liance for a few hours between trains Thursday visiting with frionds. Miss Baker is a daughter of Rev. O. S. Baker, former pastor of the Methodi.st church of this city. Mrs. F. A. Hively and Mrs. Percy Cogswell entertained at a ten o'clock j oreaKiasi inursuay morning in nonor of Mrs. Cornell of Lincoln, who is vis iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Don't You Worry! When Your Clothes Get Soiled? No matter how delicate or perishable the fabric we will clean it for you like new. If it can be cleaned the Keep-U-Neat can do it. We specialize on ladies' -garments and you will be more than pleased with our woik. ' Keep-U-Neat WE CALL AND DELIVER. Phone 133 207 Eox Eutte ran H We are selling more merchandise every day this year than last year. THERE IS A REASON'. Ask Your Friends. atorday ecials November 12 ONE MINUTE STORE TALK Ak your friends who is doing the business. We ere doing a big ger volume of business than ever. We have the largest, fctock of mer chandise on hand in the history of our store. Beginning Saturday the Season 's Greatest I II II same m Coats ONE DAY ONLY s LADIES' SILK HOSIERY MEN'S OVERALLS The best grade Dlack Cat All sizes. 220 Denim. Union Made. 31.00 PAIR $1.00 PAIR In Dlack only. These are $1.48 and $1.98 Saturday only. One pair to a customer, values. Out of our regular first grade stock, These are $1.75 values. Cherper than they think of this value. Saturday only. can be manufactured. FANCY MADRAS COTTON TOWELING Resular 91.59 and $1.25 values u inches j,,, anJ 13e qmiy 98c YARD 8c YARD 36-inch width. The best No. 1 quality. Cheaper than Cheese Cloth. 10 yards to All new. a customer. Saturday only. I Recent underprice cash purchases from manufac turers in need of ready money make these unprecedent ed bargains possible. Savings Average One-Third to One-Half Cloth Coats lMush Coats Fur Coats. Women's and Misses' Cloth Coats Full length, stylish garments of Tolo and Kerrey cloth. Dotted models, self and fur trimmed CI A QO Actual $23 values, at $lll.jO Stylish Winter Cloth Coats Del ted, Mouse and loose flare stybs of Dolivia, Velour, Broadcloth, etc.; some are leautifully embroidered and fur trimmed. Wonderful $10 COJ 7C values at - pbiilu 36-Inch Silk Plush 0ats Delted and loose back styles with large collars and cuffs of self material. Actual $35.00 Onr m ( values at : J)LJ.UU High-Grade Silk Plush Coats 36-inch, 40-inch find 48-inch lengths, of extra fine qual ity silk plush. Smart new styles with luxurious fur trimmings and beautiful satin , C0 A H C lining3. Exceptional $40 values, at yLl D ONLY BIG STORE WJaJjldJJ ' ONLY This Is National BLANKET WEEK And We Are Featuring Remarkable Values. , Nashua Mills Cotton Elan kets Soft f eece, desirable duality; worth $3.75, sale price, jn rn pair $L,0J Soft Fleece Cotton DIankets C6x80, in white, gray or tan ; $7.o0 values at, pair Cotton Filled Comfort 72x78 (note the eize), filled with white cotton. Regular $4.00 values at, each Women's High Shoes $9 and $10 Qualities at $5.50 $2.98 Nashua Mills Woolnap Plaid DIankets Extraordinary $7.50 values, at (Jg W5 ) All Sizes and All Widths. A comprehensive and complete showing cf all the very newest and most desirable fashion-favored modes in latest colors, in kid, calf and patent leather. Genuine Goodyear welt sewed nnd hand-turned soles; Louis, Cuban, Military and low heels. Also a complete line of newest styles in women's low cuts. i IfJ.rkirpw'DGntore BIO STORE 1 gBHJWIJ!