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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY. JANUARY 13. 1022.
FIVE Mrs. Arthur E. Swanson of Minne- At a meeting of the stockholders of apolis and her thirteen-year-old tlauprh- the Alliance Country club, held Wal ter, Elizabeth Mav, left Alliance last nesday evening at Reddish hall, the evening after a short stay in Alliance, members voted to increase dues from where they were called bv the death o; f 25 to $40, the larger sum, it is under Mrs, Swanson'8 mother, Mrs. William stood, covering various entertainments Morris. - given under the auspices of the club. Little Misa Swanson is a talented There are a few shares of stock that juvenile actress, with a reputation over remains to be sold, and it is hoped to a good share of the United States and dispose of them all within the next Canada. She has been giving public ew days. exhibitions of one sort and another! since she was eight years old, and was won a most enviable posit on for a child of her years. During the past four years she has made several tours, and for two weeks was with a Broad way company. Mrs. H. A. Johnson entertained a few friends at a six o'clock dinner Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. E. J. Khein, of Ravenia, S. D. The guest list included Mes lames Ed Eldred. J. S. Rhein, James Keeler, C. Miss Swanson came into more than J. -Schafer, Ray Hoag, andtte Misses local prominence several years ago, Kathryn Kiiegi, Anna Anderson anu during the war, when she was a mem- Mary Maxine Schafer. ber of the famous "Canadian Kiddies" , Mrs. Robert Atz entertained a few troupe, which toured the Dominion of friends and relatives at dinner Wed Canada in the interests of a campaign nesday evening. Those present were to raise funds for injured soldiers. Mr- and Mrs. t. A. Lape, and daugh Later the troupe received an invitation ter; BettJf Mrs. Florence Atz, Mr. to visit various cantonments in the and Mrs. J. S. Bobbins and daughter, United States, and in addition many Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. William Glass, of the cities in the Pacific northwest tvert Atz and Fred Cutts. were visited. Miss Swanson was the ,. Mrs. L. C. Davis, stopped off in Al favored member of this troupe of ex- hance on her way to her home in-Mina-ceptional kiddies, and received the tare to spend a few days with Mr. highest commendation for her read- and M,r,g; J- J- hlte-1 She expects to ings, singing and dancing. j go to Minatare Saturday of this week. In 1918, this charming little enter-' Guy Vorse, of Minatare, nephew of talner visited in Alliance and at that Mrs. Stephen J. Epler, was operated time appeared at the Imperial theatre, " t St Joseph hospital Wednesday the Elks club and in several programs morning, haying his tonsils and aden and receptions to the soldiers, who ouls removed. He is now at the Home Were leaving for the war. She dis. . of Mrs. Epler, and doing nicely, played remarkable talent in every line' . M"- Jennie Jacobs and little daugh of entertainment, and made many tr, Geraldine, retumel Sunday to friends durine- her short stav in the Anselmo, after a two weeks visit with CHUKHES city. The past year or two, this little miss has been appearing in concert ClirKCII OK UIMST. "Why the Church?" i. a great quos tion to be considered by the minister next Lord's day morning. You will desire to come, worship, and hear this sermon. While it is nut a catchy sub ject, yet it will be presented from the teachings of the Scriptures. Keep in mind that we have one continuous service beginning at ten o'clock and closing at noon. The Young People's society is in creasing in numbers and usefulness at every service. Next Sunday evening the meeting will begin at 6:15 so that we can be dismissed in time to attend the Union meeting at the Presbyterian church. S. J. EPLER, Minister. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The pastor is attending the meeting of Box Butte Presbytery at Bridge port today. This is the meeting in which the benevolence budget for the next church year will he apportioned. Sunday school at 9:45. The studies in the Old Testament histry are prov ing again their inspirational value. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Theme, God's Supreme Argument. Text: "I am God, and not man." Hose XI: 9. The W. C. T. U. Regional confer ence holds all day meetings at the church Saturday. The ladies auxiliary will serve a chicken dinner beginning at 11:30 a.m. The public is invited. The W. C. T. U. conference will hold a meeting Sunday afternoon at the Baptist church and a union service will be held Sunday night at 7:30 in which three of the churches are uniting. A. J. KEAKXS, Pastor. COMMISSIONERS NOT IN KAY OR OK COIMY AGENT (Continued from Pniro 1.) cordinj.' to t ho nrwspiipere. such a pe tition is lacing circulated, but the enm-missioiii-vs do not know who is circu lating it, although they have hoard from several of their friends, to whom the document was presented and who have rcftied to sign it. The board is hoping, apparently, that it will never show up. Two of the commissioners are farmers, and .both wax somewhat scornful over the county agent proposition. The state law makes the appointment of an , agent mandatory, provided a petition iwiin me proper numDer oi signatures is presented to the commissioners, the required number being 300. "If the petition doesn't come In, we won't worry about it," was the way one of them expressed it. "We cer tainly won't appoint a county agent unless it does. To begin with, there's the matter of finances. County agents must draw a salary, ami there was no provision made in the last levy to care for this expense. There won't be an opportunity to make sjmt levy for several months, and it will be 1923 before the money to pay ior an agent can be collected Of course, if we have to appoint one we can do Herald Want Ads Results. it, but the prospect doe-n't appeal i u-;. Our estimate of expenses for next -"-r 1 higher than lor tin there's a couple of elections to he paid ..no in, Ki"ss is that the farmers oxer the county would rather do with out a county nrrnt than pay the bill." "Besides," he continued, "I doubt very much whether the county agent would le worth the nioi ey he would ccst. The average farmer knows, if nis seed rotatoes are 20 x-r cent ..-.!-by, that he'll get a jkmu- stand. If he doesn't, it is doubtful if a county agent could teach him anything. That k-nd of a fellow can't even learn by expe rience. They do some good work, tt ..u... but .. we need iue money, wo can do without them." P. ,T. Kn?nn left the first of Iho week for Omaha to attend the Plata cinventiou of the Farmers' Union. Attorney George R. Mann of Lin coln, a member of the firm of Holmes, Chambers A Mann, has boon in Alli ance the pa.-t two or three days, tak ing depositions in a civil suit. Do your busiress with "The Old Reliable" Alliance National Bank. 10-1 Mrs. Jacobs' sister, Mrs. Ida Betts, The Lodeka camp of the Campnre i girls were entertained at the home of anu tri o. tu.,...-.i.,., . 1 has taken Dart in c ozens of perform-. ,i . i. l. ..... .iTi ances in her own state and elsewhere. eveninff was spent in id pames jn .uay ui uns jc i. m.c mtict. wru i rh ho -u Dract ce as one of three winners in X HI"! 1 1 .U .k..V. tnni.rVit of Knnn4t. nnmtsic.. in tlmnAqnAliu AAn. ! ..... . I "l I f -. 1.. . .. 1 ' ' .OU. C1UCMHI oy ivew voiiy, ucloi ttiiu mu tion picture producer. All members of the different choirs are urgently requested to be ttvpsent. The diminutive performer was fore- i, Klorence Atz left last night for ed to return to her studies without Fo,-t Collins, Col., for a few days' visit giving Alliance friends an opportunity : w;th relatives. to enjoy her artistry, but with her, Mrs. N. J. Fletcher has been very ill mother, she plans to return to this city for the past few days, but at the lat in June, and has already promised to est report she is greatly improved, appear at various functions. She is a I Mrs. Robert Atz entertained at tlin ,uiet little miss, with a most effec-!ner Tuesday evening in honor of tive presence, and has already decided . Robert Lawrence and Miss Maude Wil to make the stage her life's work. She Cox. is now planning to arrange her studies Mrs. John G. Beck left this noon with this in view.' Among late offers for Douglas, Wyo., for a two weeks' that she has received to go on me visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hazel stage is one from Gus Edwards, whose yearly "Musical Revue" is listed among the topnotch attractions, but she may decline the opportunity until later. Mrs. W. R, Pate and Mrs. .Claudia Doyle entertained at a New Year's MyslJd luncheon Thursday afternoon at 2:80 at the home of Mrs. . Pate. The house and tables were beautifully Conner. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hock are plan ning to move to Antioch the first part of next week. .r Mrs. James Ringer of Hemingford, underwent an operation for appendi citis at the' hospital Wednesday morn- Jug, fih is reported as doing nicely. Eddie says "That those black wal nt rni-mels of Thiele's are sure ffood." decorated witn carnations ana lerns. a18 you tried them 7 14 ine ajiemoon was sptin i vj in 'Thdhnla" and writing New Years resolutions. Mrs. B. Ponath won the first, price in "Tebalpla", and Mrs. Nellie Wilson was voted by the guests as having written the best resolution. At five o'clock an elaborate three course luncheon was served, the menu being drawn up in mystical form, and different items being in the f orm of ndrums. The miest list" included Mesdames A. J. Cole, H. B. Alter, Lee Basve, George E. Davis, C. H. Fuller, F. G. Gurley, W. R. Harper, J. A., Hunter, E. G Laing, E. T. Kibble, A. , S. Mote, W. H. LaMon, A. T. Lunn, J. C. McCorkle, Inice Dunning, C. W. Grassman, L. B. Denton, B. Ponath, Lincoln Lowry, M. C. Smith, S. J. , Epler, I. E. Tash, Martha Patmore, Nellie Wilson, Blanch Prettyman, L. S. Adams, J. G. Beck, Hugh Smith, H. Temmell and Charles Hurst. "A Little Excitement," is the short, . pappy little three-act comedietta which will be presented by the High School Girls Expression class, for their semester credit. The scene, a f ash.on-, abel boarding school, headed by Miss , Snatchem. In a flash Miss Archer an i old maid teacher, is transformed into Mousieur De Bon Bon, French danc- ing master, who captivates the hearts t of all the girls, anl "Snatchey m- eluded. The police arrive on the scene in time to block an elopement, but Tony, the naughtiest girl in school has got what she was looking forj "A Little Excitement. Imperial, Thursday, January 19. 14 About seventy young people gather c.l t th BaDtist church for a social time. Parlor and other games werel plaved, and the guests were dressed -in hard time riggings. The number has grown to such an extent that the pastor has decided to turn the church over for social purpose on every n day, save the second Friday evening, which is taken by the Labor federa tion No social will be held save cn Friday. The social last evening was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Chailes SiUer, Mr. and Mrs. Wertley Corp. Mr and Mrs. I-ewis Powell, and Mrs. T. A. Cross. It was pronounced the best yet. t.ww-Jqv pvpninc the Westminster guild of the Presbyterian church was crtainp.! nt. the home of Mrs. Her man Nelson. The subject for discus-. sion was "Mexico, Porto Kico ana Cuba." Miss Hazel Sneathen gave an interesting talk on Porio Rico, Miss Madge Graham discussed Cuba and Miss Vera Spencer told of the work of the schools. Mrs. F. J. Peterson gave a short history of the Catholic religion in the southern countries. The meeting was well attended and a pleasant evening was enjoyed by all present. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Walter Bledsoe on January 19. BIRTI1S To Mr. and, Mrs. Joseph Holloway, Monday, January 9, a girl. To Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shelton, at the St. Joseph Hospital, a girl. Don't Forget We are still mak ing good, pure home made CANDIES ard still giving you the advantage of Lower Prices Pure Home Made Taffy, lb 13c Peanut Candy and Peanut Brittle, lb 20c Coconut Brittle, lb 30c Coconut Squares, lb. 30c Chocolate Fudge, lb 30c Chooclate Drops, lb. 30c YOU CANT BEAT 'EM. ONE WEEK ONLY 1 lb. Box Chocolates, at :0c Until Saturday, Jan. 21 We always have a big as sortment of select from the best box candies. Alliance Candy Store S. P. Jackson, Prop. Phone 27 Alliance BAPTIST CHURCH. At 2:30 the W. C. T. U. conference will meet at the church, and in the evening the pastor will give a special lecture prepared recently, called, "A Quest for Hanuiness." beinir the ex perience of the daughter of wealth ! going out for a good time, seeking sat isfaction in every source where mil lions of dollars, will allow her. to go. Miss Florence Phipps was the iay preacher last Sunday, and her talk was certainly enjoyed by the crowded house. Her remarks about the friend liness of cur church that impresses the strangers was appreciated. And we have decided to be nicknamed the Friendly Church. Several from An gora are expecting to be up for Sun day. Program follows: Morning Bible school, 10 a. m. Song service, 11 a. m. Speaker, H. D. Hacker, "Looking Backward Twelve Months." Song. Speaker, "Looking Forward," J. S. Carp. Song by choir. 'The Sunday School in the Past", Charles Fuller. "The Sunday School in the Future," S. B. Mitchell. Song. "The B. Y. if. U., Todav and Tomorrow," Harold Clark. "The Woman's Society," Mrs. Mose Wright. Song. "Today and To morrow." by a delegate from Angora. B. J. MINORT, Pastor. LUTHERAN CHURCH. ' Services Sunday-morning at 10:30 o'clock in German. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. . F. DROElGEMUELLER, Pastor. If It Don't "Work" SEND IT TO US There are many appliances in the household that use electricity in their opera tion, such as motors on the mashing: machine or sewing machine, Electric irons, prills, toasters, curling irons, percolators, etc. Ultimately they refuse to perform. That's where we can help. Just bring them to us. WE MAKE THEM WORK AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE j Ben W. Reach, Mgr. IWITII BUICK GARAGE Thick's if GIFTS TrfAT LAST Thicle's She Lost Her Diamond Mrs. Wilowe tells in her own words how it happened. "I started to go to the thea ter, and put my ring on, never thinking that the sets might be loose, although they had not been looked at for nearly a year. I removed my glove several times while shopping. When I returned home my liost diamond was missing.". Don't be caught like this wom an was, have your rings and jewelry looked over by a re liable ieweler at least twice a year. , j.u , j OVER 100.000 SATISFIED CUSTOM ERS IN 1921. TIIIELE'S "IT'S GREAT" THAT HOMEMADE CANDY OF OURS J To 3. 'Bill 1 1 Direct from . England "LOVE IN A MIST" Flower Beads $1.50 and up TIIIELE'S COUGH SYRUP THIELE'S Thi Start With a Guaranty Without Rtd Tap At Your Service The new bakery wants to be of real help to the housewife who needs to get appetizing desserts, wholesome bread and fancy extras for the family table. We are specializing in the things you will care for. We want you to come in and see what we offer. If we don't have exactly the thing you desire for an occasion, just tell us and we will make it specially for you. READ OUR LIST OF PRODUCTS "Krispy Krust" Bread, Hard Rolls, Cookies, Cakes, Ties the "Home-Made" Kind, and Potato Chips Our Famous 1,000-IsIand Dressing, and a Large Line of Pure Home-Made Candies Alliance Hotel Bakery is coming J. M. MILLER, Prop. PHONE 183 untiiiiniiiiiismaat WE DELIVER