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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1922)
TllC ALLIANCE 11KUALP, I lMOAY, JUNE 50, 022.
Jmlne and Mr?. Tn.-h will leave
Thursday lor i.n auto trip, of ub nit a
month'.- (luuition, the tir.-t vaoini-in f
the juilue in eitjht yrars. Tlirv plan
to drive via the I.iVmln hiffhv.i; to
cent ml Iowa, then proceed nj,tii" to
Hampton, whcie they will vi.it v.'th
their daughter, Mrs." Johnson. ?'!icv
plan to .-pend i.h .ut !wo vuvks in
Hampton, utter which they wi'l oo
smith to Union county, their toin.ei
home, and .-till the phce i i iidence
ot a number of relatives. They will
visit there tor alout a week after
which they will ictum home. Wil
liam Mounts, clerk of the district
court, will accompany Judjie ami Mrs.
Tash mo.-t of the way, hut will drive
straight thiouuh to Clvcayo, whore
they will visit lor p. time. Judjrc
James II. H. Hewitt will act as deputy
county judfc'e duiin.;? Juoe Ta.-h . absence.
A number of friends citert'iined at
the Parish house Thursday evening in
honor of Miss Irene Hice, who will
Kave for Fiance, July 10. This wa.
n farewell party. The ho.-tes.-cs were
Mesdames 11. K. G;.ntz, D., C. Lrad-1-uiy,
iV ey C'o.zswell, H. K. K.'ddish
anil James Bui hn:;ton. The cvenina
v.as spent at Monte ("alio whist, alter
which a two-course lunch was served.
Carnations were u-ed as decoi 'tions.
Tho-e pre-ent wnp Mo-i!arnes (li oitc
Mad.-en, Uriiec Mallery, Dewey Dono
van. V. I.. O'Keefe, (j.ore Mintzcr,
Ii. G. Iiwkw ith, Kthel Churchill, Wil
liam Mitchell t;. V. ni.-xk, II. 1.. John
stone I.yle Ander-on. Ji. O. Koddi.-h
( lannoo Slr. for, M. A. Dickon, on and
Miss Mr.U'l Youm-, jiml Mrs. Smith
of Doner, Mrs. trick-on of Load, S.
D., who .-re ;n Alliance vi.-itinff Mrs.
H. E. Koddish.
One of the happiest rnoetinps of th
.-ea.-on w;:s hehi by the XoMo Hand
club Thin. -day at'ton:oon at the home
of Mrs. Minnie Swi-rd on I'laite ave
nue. After roll call Mr. Call Sward
entertained with I'.di on record of
"Poet and 1'o'isant,'' overture, "Whis
pering Hope" and a Yodel sonir which
were much appreciated. An interest
ing letter was re-n written to the cli b
by Grandma Barkhur.-t from her
home in Denver, 4140 Vallejo street,
which wa.s responded to by a rising
vote of thanks. A general discission
followed as to "How Shall We Vote."
Then came n delicious two-course
lunch served by the hostess assisted
by Mrs. Clifford Sward. Those pres
ent were the Mesdame John Nation,
Tom Roberts, N. T. Shawver, J. C.
Hawkins, Thomas Ackerman, S. O.
Carr, A. D. Rodgers, P. D. Roberts
and Frank Beeson. The club con
venes in two weeks with Mrs. J. W.
Miss Anna Thompson of Lewiston,
Mont., who has been in Alliance for
the: past 'tv:o weeks visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Thomp
fon, will return to her home tomorrow.
The Rural Woman's club was enter
tained Thursday at the home of Mrs.
L. J. Schill, with Mis. Herman 'Jra
bort a- fissi-tr.nt hostes.-. Kitty mem
bers and guests were present." The
annual children's day program was
held with the program as follows:
Reading, Florence Judavine; reading,
Klnora Beal; piano solo, Yolnia Lee;
vocal folo, Myrtle Judavine; reading,
and Margaret Schill; pianolo ia, Lva
Miriam Harris; piano duet, Kutherine
Beal and Berdene Lowell; vocal s lo,
Miriam Harris, accompanied by Mar
dell Drake. Refreshments were fcrv
ed and the club adjourned to met in
three t the home of Mrs. Bars-
ley, with Mrs. ttta Beal assistant
MLTHODIST ( HI Ki ll
New membcis w ill br received atri'n
Su id.-y morning at th It o'clock hour.
We have the name a m t ihor of
families and inlivAhuN who h:ie
p.ondov! to unite with us, imd it is
hoped that a nunib 'i- mm ; will decide
Mis. Y. C. BormeU, who i vi-ii'ng
at the home of her sistei, Mrs. A. T.
I.unn, will rentier a solo ir. tlio morn
Sunday evening we .vill ,'oin in the
older set vice at the. C'i'.ri.-li.ir. church
where Brother Ferguson will preach.
This will be the first of the union
services to be held during July Mid
M. C. SMITH, Pastor.
rVRMFRV 1'MHN STCKi: I
HOLDS ANNUM. MI LTING
The- stockholders of the F.'.rn.rrs
I'loon Co, pcrative t- met Tu sih'.v
af ei-eoon to uveive the rci o.l uf the
manager for the p;st jeor. The
repoit plea-ed the .-tot kh'-ild"!- well
the business paying ie-p,to tie
nonths ae repoited as being rj.co
l::'ly eivourauing, the bif-inex luing
gond fir this time. Four ne.v diec-to.-
were idected to take the places
of the retiring ores. These i.ew director-
are Guy Rust, R. L. Hairi, J. A.
Kcegan, and K. G. Lnlcluun. j
The womer.'s society of the B iptist
clinch wi'l serve a chicken linrer,
Jtdy 1, in the Reild;.-h building en Box
B;itte avenue, formerly occupied by
the Alliance Grocery company. r2
DKATI1S AND 1 LM-UALS
Mrs. Bernice Mvrrs returned Tues
day from a visit with her son, T. W.
Myers, at Interior, S. 1. Mr. Myers
is the owner of a C-O-acre farm five
miles t-outh of Interior, ami Mrs.
Mers I roil glit back with her some
small branches of i lums. currants and
jllier fiuits wliich are literally loaded
with luiit. Pio poets were never
brighter for a splendid crop. Mr.
Mers' place is we'd improved and has
.i number of natural advantages, one
of which is the presence of no less
than twenty-five springs.
KPISCOPAL ( !U U II
Third Sunday after Trinity. Com
munion service at !) i. m. Sunday
school at 10 0a. m. Solemn Com
munion service at 11 a. m. .M inday
eveninir at ?:."0 n. m. Mr. Kdwaiil H.
Slvflds of Phil irlelrdii.i, Bonn., wi'l j "' o., 1! years of age.
ipeak at the parish house to .,'ie rorn
and boys of St. Mathew's parish. The
la lies will serve refreshments.
UK AN DODGF..
Laundry Queen electric wash
ers sold on payments to respon
Thrdkcld Furniture Vo.
Cheer up. The fiit three months
of summer are the hottest. -
Mrs. Agnes Mike of Turiniiton.
The bi)1v was
brought to Alliance for burial. The
deceased is tiie daughter ot Mrs. L.
L. Dunbar of this city. The funeri.l
w;;- held Thursday afternoon at 2
o'elo. . k from the home of Mrs. Dun
bar and burial was made in Groen
wnod cemetery. She is survived by a
hu-biind and a five-dav-old baby.
Make washday a pleasure. You
can do it with a Laundry Queen
el.-ct lie waher. We srll 'em.
Threlkeld Furniture Co.
to buy "HIGH 12"
at $1.80 per sack
It's Eoing fast and when we have to rc
orxlcr, the price will probably be higher.
Remember It's Guaranteed
Mr. and M'-s. IL ILrst and family
returned Thur?lay fiom a three
weeks' v. sit in T.pton and Llderado,
Mo. Mr. Hirst says that hejound
the host loads of the trip in Nebras
ka, but the wor.-t .-trttch Dctween here
Klvcr II. Bullock and Miss Carol
Lasi.by, hi t.i oi .AllKinee, wimp mar
ried by Count y Judi.'e l-. S. I 'e 1 a
Matlor of Scott.-hl jif county Mouii.iy
aftcrrof n. The ceremony, according
to Scottsblutf newspapers, was the
!'20th er!'ormed by the iudgc in the
thirty-sis years he h.is lived there.
The couple are weil hr.o,n in Alliance.
4 4- 4-- 4 4 4 t 4 4 -4 ) 4 , T; J,
Mrs. C. H. Hurst and daughter, Por
o4hv. left WrdT,,'sihn' for Omaha,
where they will visit for a time wivh
;riend.-. Mrs. Hurst will return in a
few d-iys while Dorothy will remain
there for some time.
Miss. Marie Kibble left the first of
the week for Greeley, Col., where she
will attend summer school. Miss Kib
ble taught last year in the Morrill
schools and will take special work,
Judp-e Tash issued a marriace
cense Thursday to I'usseU Cox, and J
Opal Roberts, both of Hemingford.
Kev. Cox, father of the groom per
formed the ceremony.
Mrs. Harry Sims and daughter,
Betty, who has been visiting with
relatives in Aurora for the past month
returned to Alliance yesterday.
Mr! and Mrs. E, R. Harris will en
tertain Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones, and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feagins at dinner
What Is Summer
Here are the
.July Victor Records
Check your choice. We'll reserve them!
Trinity Malt Choir
Trinity Ml Choir
.,,.(A Michty FortrM la Our Cod
66,7lOh Cod, Our H.lp in Ag.a Paat
POPULAR CONCERT AND OPERATIC SELECTIONS
W)56 Fr Bit of Lovint In tha World (Furber-Novello) Francaa Alda
bH5 P.liacci-S.r.n.t. d Arlacchino (Uonc.v.llo) lalt.l.an 1 ,to Sch.pa
87 34 1 El R.llc.rio ( lh. Charm) Jot P.dill.) la Spanith fitta Ruffo
87S78 V.n.ti.n Son (Sl.phnaou-Toati) Hom.j-Hom.r Stir.a
64976 Som.wh.r. (W.lrrt) 'ohniMcl Mm"
,.,Oh Fair. Oh Sw..t and Holy J""" tJUrPi'y
"'IMurmufini Z.phyr Lambart Murphy
(Murmuring t.p y MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL
fcMrtS lu.t (Bocchermi) , Phit.d.lphla Orch.atra
XbW4 I "-da in F Minor (Dohn.nyi) Pi.no Solo lr.i Rachmaninoff
74750 Rondo in G Mujor (Moiart-Krwal.r) Violm Solo JaK.h,a Hi'"'"
747?6 Coriof.n Ov.rtur.-P.rt 1 (Becthov.n) I Wl li.m M.nlb.r, and N.w York
Slit, r-".il. (Vw.rfura P.rt 2 l Philharmonic Orthtatra
67 77 Friwlu io Cue MZ (Londonderry Air) Violm d C.llo Kr.ial.r-Kr.ldar
A, ,,Rk6cy M.rch Piano Pact Guy M.iar-Laa Patliaon
453 1 1 ! iTiT iA,n.kv Gujt Mai.r-Laa Pattiaon
IScharaa (Ar.atky) UCHT INSTRUMENTAL
" lM..k. Turou. Patrol UnlLd Stat.a Marina Band
St-tM M"- b-nd
LIGHT, TUNEFUL VOCAL SELECTIONS
Soma Sunny Day
nniiM 3anM noma
i.ormfHigh Brown Blu.a
IB904(Uttla Red School Mouava
45JI0o NO Jobu
Albert Campbell- Henry Burr
Billy Murray and American Quartet
. FOLK SONCS
iU.M.P.intadl Doll Fo Trot - All Stat TrU arid Th.lr Orcha.tr.
U iTnd.. T,.t All Star Trio and Th.ir Orch..tr.
2cT.Viri.line Foa Trot Paul Whlteman and Hia Orchaatra
18899 Su "fo. i Trot Pawl Whit.man and Hi. Orche.tr.
CoCoo Fo Trot (from ' Bo-bo") Paul Whit.man and Hia Orche.tr.
I896 Kickv-Kao Klcky-Koo Fo Trot Green Brother.' Marimba Orche.ua
J . the Kea Foa Trot Zea Confrey and Hit Orcheetr.
,e900(pk Me Up .nd Lay Ma Down In Dear Old Diaialand-F. Trot Club Royal Or.
!JLt Hunt-Foa Trot Club Royal Orcheetr.
1 8"' YolT WonSI Wt "! Paul Whit.man and Hi. Orche.tr.
1 JT hi. E ea F0I1T ro t (fro. "M.k. It Saappy ") Clui. Royal Orch.atra
,8: LH.VrjLlMFoT.l Mak. It Saappy") Conlray and Hi. Orch.
3 on olYeatMday-Mll.y Valta No. S International Noelty Or.
5WIlfS5IlSf S2na. U Vlaurdy-Mli.y WalU No. 4 Inl.rnalional Noy.lt, Or.
Starting Tomorrow, Saturday,
July 1, An Entire Month of
Includes Our Entire Line of Ladies' Coats, Suits
Silk Dresses and Separate Skirts
Nothing Reserved-Bvery Garment Goes at
COME And your judgment of
values will prompt you to buy
here and now.
Every article in the store will
be offered to our patrons at
' Fashion Shop Qual- I
il i 1 ' y is an Established . L M r
;f?j j Fact in Alliance. J J
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