THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1021.
P JTOociew k
Friday night the Allinnre DeMolay
entertained the Broken Bow footbiill
boys, Job s fainrhters and the faculty
t-rid students of the heh Fcfcool at '.he
hich whool cym. 1 he evening was.
Fpent in playing various pames and
fruessinfr contests after which light t
ici're.hnients were Ferved. 1 here were ;
about 100 nroent w th 15 boys of the
Broken Bow football team. After the
refreshments were Ferved they starred
a mock trial with Joltn Howard as
judge, Wade Grassmun and Sterling
liariM attorneys, William Williams
and I eon Alter defectives, Lee Strong
sheriff. Heibert Miller, the defendant,
was charged with failure to change his
fo:; for a month, and upon conviction
the honorable jaclge' imposed a Fuitable
iting old friends and hunting in the
sandhills. Mr. Rousey gave a brief
talk at the Monday noon luncheon of
the Alliance chamber of commerce, in
which he said he had always been an
advocate of the" city manager plan.
He spoke on hunting in fishing in
South Dakota ami declared that he
was always glad to welcome Alliance
people at his home, i'outh Dakota
has many fine road for tourist use
and finds the automobile tourist traf
fic most profitable. It is planned to
publish a booklet .advertising the
bemty spots in the" Black Hills, he
VV. E. Hourey of 'It'll City, S. p.,
former business partner of J. .S. Rhein
and at one time a major of Alliance,
is spending a iew clays in Alliance vis-
4 ACTS 4
Adm. 9 and 27c and W. T.
Wednesday, Nov. 23
FREE MATINEE AT 4 P.
M. FOR ALL CHILDREN.
Thursday, Nov. 24
Adm. 9 and 27c and W. T.
Silas B. Wright, known to Alliance
citizens as "Sain," and Miss Kdna Mar
tin were "married late Saturday by
Father Manning, and left on the early
morning train for Chicago on .a wed
ding trip. The wedding came as a
IL'ieat surprise to friends of the couple
and they made the arrangements with
such secrecy that only a few people
knew of the event until Monday morn
ing, when the announcement was
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar M. Martin of this city.
She is a pnuluate of the Alliance
schools and for the past few years has
been.. employed in vrrious Alliance in
stitutions. She was deputy county
treasurer for some time and ha? been
lately employed at the Guardian State
The groom has been in business in
Alliance for several years. He was
one of the organizers and is the cashier
of the Guardian State bank. The
couple have a large circle of friends
and acquaintances who extend best
wishes for their happiness.
John N. Clark of Wichita, Kas., is
visiting friends in the city. Mr. Clark
is a pioneer of Box Butte county, com
ing to this part of western Nebraska
in 1886. with his brother. George, he
established the first lumber yard in
the city, which was afterward sold to
the Forrest Lumber company. At one
time he homesteaded land in the vi
cinity of Broncho Lake. His brother
was the first county clerk and the
first presidential postmaster in Alli
ance. Mr. Clark has been renewing
The Indies guild of St. Matthews
Episcopal church will hold no meet
ing this week.
The ladies of the Tresbyterian
church will hold a bazaar at which
they will serve cafeteria lunch, Thurs
day, Derember 3. 103-105
On account of this being Thanksgiv
ing week there will be no meeting of
the Woman's club thU week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Wagar of Edgar,
tn iripnil TVinnlr ccrivintr with Ihpir
daughters, Harriett and Gladys.
Visit the Number 1) sale Wednes
day at Thitle's.
The Foitn'i;htly Kensington will
meet at the home of Miss Alta Young
Rev. and Mrs. Mcarl C. Smith re
turned from Hush vi lie, where they
hnve been visit ng friends and rela
tives for the past few days.
County Attorney Iee Basye spent
Satuulay in Kushville on legal business.
F. H. Plait, well known rancher l'v
ing southeast of Antioch was an Alli
ance visitor Monday.
Dr. W. A. Moore of Antioch was in
the city Monday on business.
Harry Tliicle is featuring a Number
9 sale Wednesday, look for his ad in
this issue. 103
Everything in fresh fruits
fresh drcseed poultry, vege
tables, garnishes, nuts, etc., for
th? Thanksgiving dinner. Dun
can's Grocery, phone 32. 103
HAITI ST CIU'RC II NOTES.
Last Sunday was a Hed Letter day
in various ways. The rpecial old folks
service was one of the beet we have
had. The members and other found
all the old grandparents they could gft
and bundled them up and brought them
to church with the result the bu Id
ins: was full. An unusual touching
ir.cidcnt happened. When the pastoi
w.is al out to scak, he opened a letlei
that hail accompanied an expensive
lou(uot, given by a nunder of ine.
who make their headquarters' on
King's corner, but who showed thi
were very human in giving the bcu
I'let in honor of their parents who are
"over the ocean" as they expressed it.
This may be taken to mean either
one over the ocein of death or over
n the old countries; but in either case
it was a manly act to rememlter their
parents in this touching way. When
the letter to the old people was read
there was ! ot an eye in the house i
was not shedding tears. These men
have learned to make our church their
church and we shall, God helping u.,
be true to the trust thty place in Us.
'I he pastor then spoke of the fact that
these men bacau.-e they may not be up
in society wee just as human and had
the .-line feelings as we, and in this
ict showed much better spirit than
we who had rot thought of flowers
with but one except 'on. The audience
was so moved that a rising vote of
thanks to the men of the King's corner
was taken, and the pastor a.-ked to
publish it. An old lady who could
hardly walk, sa:d, "I feel like I could
kiss those boys for that beautiful act."
And she no tloubt voiced the sentiment
Mrs. Bruce Mallery will entertain
this evening at a six o'clock dinner
! and bridge party. The guest list in
cludes Mesdames Earl Mullery, Vein
Hunt, F. A. Hively, A..V. Gavin. Mc
Cormack, Fred Carlson, Howard Rert-
;dish, Robert Reddish, W. B. Barnett,
i Earl Myers, Bernard Holsten, H. E.
! Gantz, Percy Cogswell. W. R. Metz.
! Harry Johnson, C. E. Wills and Miss
1 Mablc Young.
T A marriage license was issued this
! morning to William R. Parker of
: Roxson, Weston county, Wyoming, and
' Miss Emma Kittleman of near Alli
ance. The groom ha,s a homestead
near Dewey, but had been employed
in Box Butte county.
i There will be a program and pie so
cial at the Berea church basement on
Wednesday, November 23, for the
benefit of the Sunday school. Ladies
are requested to bring pies and the
men the;r purses. Hot coffee served
free. Everybody invited.
J.-A. Hunter and wife and County
I Judge I. E. Tash and wife drove to
Hemingford Sunday and were enter
I tained at dinner at the home of Mr
' and Mrs. Keith L. Pierce.
Fourth Street Market
EVERYTHING IN GROCERIES
A hnppier Thanksgiving for you when the dinner is
made up of all the good things that are offered at this sea
son for this particular holiday.
CALIFORNIA WALNUTS, No. 1, Soft Shelled QP j
per pound UOj
CRANBERRIES, very nice, OO-
per quart LLj
SEEDLESS RAISINS, large package, Or
per package ': LMt
MINCE MEAT, Lau Brand, 1 0
per package IOC
PRESERVES, large jar, 01
per jar r . till
ROLLED OATS, large package, OO.
per package 0C
HAVE YOU TRIED MILADY COFFEE ? 40
per pound 4jC
DATES, SWEET PICKLES, FIGS. OLIVES,
RAISINS, OLIVE OIL, MINCE MEAT,
SALAD DRESSING. PIMIENTOS,
CELERY, LETTUCE, RADISHES, CUCUMBERS
RIPE TOMATOES, GRAPEFRUIT, APPLES
Fourth Street Market
An Ideal Place to Shop,
CHOICE OF TURKEY, GOOSE, CHICKEN
or DUCK And All the Trimmings.
Home Made Pies, Cakes and Salads.
DINNER 11.30 to 2:00
SUPPER 5:00 to 8:00
This Is the Best Place Resides Home to Eat.
F. J. Brennan
of nil the aged in the luilding.
A packed house ui the evening en
joyed a wonderful musical program by
the Mann's orchestra, of aftout tweive
joce. Such music in Feldotn heard
in the church and the audience did not
1'ail to show it appreciation by ap
plause. After the sermon the pastor
baptised the fo'lowing: Mrs, S. H.
MiWhcIl, Miss Klois Turmnn and Miss
Winifred Tibbits. Several more an
awaiting thnt ordinance. It wa a
fitting close to a great day in our
Thursday the pastor will hold a
Thanksgiving service, esiocin!!y for
the laboring men and their wives,
after which he will hold a conference
with them as to matters which he will
oring before them.
No prayer meetings th' week. It.
Y. P. U. will be entertained Kr'day at
the church by Vulelta and Francis
Mearl C. Smith on Thursday evening
in the Christian church at 7 o'clock.
The Junior Orchestra will play. The
public is cordially reminded that you
. will be welcome to attend this Union
?. J. EPLCR, Minister
Splendid audiences were present at
both the morning and evening worship
n lat Sunduv. The Bible 'school at
tendance was 251. Ju.t a little moie
boosting nnd we will pass the 300
mark. The Junior Orchestra under
the lenlersh'p of Mrs. Fosdirk is doing
splendid work. They play r.t B ble
school and at both preach ng services.
The M d wek meeting on Wednes
day evening is one of the best meet
ings of the church. Following th de
votional service of thirty minutes, the
minister give a H ble lecture. Many
have expressed the desire to hear the
lecture this week in which a large
rhait is used illu. tratintj the subject,
"The Devil Chuckles."
In harmony with the Thanksgiving
proclamation of President Harding and
Governor McKclvio, Alliance will have
the privilege of hearing the annual
Thanksgiving sermon preached by
The second group of the Kinunkn
. Cumpfnc girls served their second din
ner ot the rest of the camp Saturday
evening at the home of Mrs. F.dwardl
i O'Keefe. The girls in the second group)
pre Frances Schott, Josephine Wright.
Vera Scott, Kthel Trabert and Ethel,
Alio and Leota Becker. The menu
consisted of mast turkey and dressing,
mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry
sauce salmi, iello dressing and cake,
celery and coltec.
I The Alliance Lions club will hold no
Thursday luncheon this week, due to
the Thanksgiving holiday.
Eat your Thanksgiving dinner
in the Palm Room, Alliance hotel.
Open 11:30 to 2:30 and 3:30 lo
8:00 p. m. 105
F. A. Kumer of Braver, Wyo., 1.4
visiting at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. I). Kumer. .
Everything in fresh fruits
fresh dressed noultrv. vefrc-
tables, garnishee, nuts, etc., lor
the Thanksgiving dinner. Dun
cans Grocery, phone 32. lO.'i
New potato sacks, in any
quantity. 0'B a n n o n &
When Life's shadows grow dim and the twi:
light of years settles upon us, the most com
forting companion, the most dependable one
to look to for cheer in our declining years is
a substantial bank balance.
We sometimes lose track of the fact that we can-
not always work as we do now. Many an old couple
could be happier and far more comfortable today if
just a little more foresight had been used in their
younger days, and the savings habit had been start
ed when money meant less to them than it does
Start now to lay aside a little each week to
provide a competence for old age. A few
cents a day will do it consider them spent
foolishly if necessary, and you will be inde
pendent and comfortable when the silver
Let us show you how easy it can be done.
We Pay 5 Interest on Time Deposits
First National Bank
GIFTS TifAT LAST
Num ber 9 Sale
Featuring a special offering
of sale items for the last day
of the Bargain Festival,
Wednesday, November 23.
Tickets given with each dol
lar cash purchase and for
each dollar paid on account.
MULSIFIED COCOANUT OIL
Any color, regu
larly sells for 52c.
. Guaranteed All
Tkt Start With a Guarantit Without Red Tufi
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