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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1923)
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR
When you try on a MALLORY HAT you
have a feeling that your Hat Problems are
ended. They are styled right up to the minute..
REMEMBER WE BELL NOTHING
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWESft POSSIBLE PRICE? ,
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
Licensed Embalmer in
Bell 80. -
THE NEW BRUSHED WOOL
The Latest Styles and Shades
R. P. WEESNER CO.
SHELL'S HALF ACRE" NOVEMBER 8-9-10
BUT WELL' 'KNOWfo L
Nebraska and Kansas
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Newspaper That Gives The News FIfty-tKi Weeks Each Year For Sl.iiO
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER 27. 1923
New Pastor For
Red Cloud Church
At tin' Mtttlioiliot i mfoii'tii'P hold In
LiIU'n'1) l!l!st 'cl tllH fnl'ow Itliy past-
o wni-p appointed tor tin o'Mitvlu'H '
' A. II llrltil; li'no Hill and Cowle. '
II I1' Miir'ius It title ti
W. I' Caltlitll Cinlile Rock
X. E Ilenn inaviil.
II. (5. Wllcos Red Cloud.
M. E. Gllbcit, DNt Supt , Hustings.
Rev. Cope bus been assigned to Clay
Center Since coming to ibis city he
has made in my friends who regiot to
see liim mill his family leave our city.
Roy Fetty Dies in Chicago
Hoy Fetty, aged 2(1 years, son of Mr
and Mrs. II. II. Fetty residing west of
Inavale, passed away at u hospital in
While driving a ta.icnb in Chicago
ho lincl his arm extended from the car
as u signal while making a turn when
a street car run into him breaking his
arm after which infection set in caus
ing his demise.
The funeral services were held at
the Methodist church In Inavale Wed
nesday afternoon and iuterment was
made iu the city ccmetury.
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By H. R. Fausch, County AgenO
Last spring three farmers cut out
experiment plots on corn varieties.
These plots will be husked and weigh
ed ar fnllowi;
ijlenry La'pobrecht' on the north,
wigo-oi inavaie pn luesuuy, ucwuwr
Geo. Ohmstede 16 miles, south" anjj
1 mile west of 'Guide Iock, Wednes
day, October-3?(l ' ' 'f
Fred Householder 4 miles south
and 4 west of Bladen, Thursday,
The corn will be ready for inspec
ion at 2 p. m. on eacli of the above
dates. Farmers are urged to attend
Eleven delegates representing
Women's Clubs attended
ery school held at Keel uioua last
week. Miss Myrtle Easley, Clothing
Specialist of Lincoln was the instruc
The general program of the work
1. Selection of hats.
2. Discusion of matrial to be used.
3. Renovationof mateiials and trim
mings. 4. Making paper patterns.
1. Remodeling and making shapes.
2. Method's of covering and facing
2. Work on hats continued.
1. Completion of work.
2. Plans for future activltes.
3. Open house guests welcome;
exhibit of hats made; study of color in
Ninety-five attended the open house
meeting on Friday afternon. The
delegates wish to thank Turnuro &
Son for the use of their store, Miss
Ducker for the use of the examina
tion room and' Mrs. H. E. Thomas
for the equipment.
The Webster County Stock Judg
ing team wins high honors. In com
ptition with 11 champion teams of
tho middle west, Nebraska wins first.
Scoro 2315, Iowa second, Kansas
Cecil Means high man m contest,
.score 797 out of a possible 900. Al
fred Sommcrfclt 4th score 703 and
Enrl Portinier 5th score 7C5.
I Cecil Means wins first in judging
horses, sheep and hogs. The Nebr
aska team won fiist in judging horses
'and sheep. Tho Nebraska team won
I tho gold watches and six out of nine
trophy cups. This is the third straight
victory for this team.
Fall Planting of Bulbs
In pioportion to cost and caro bulbs
offer n tmitinum attraction A gotK
geous dlsplnj of striking color con.
ti;i9ts m iv be pi o hied nest spiiug f(''
lloWer hods ami hhiuli boiileis by
planting suitable bulbs this fall Too
ofrcn people foigot ail about it until.
they see them in their neighbors!
garden. That bulbs may be planted
any timo from the fltst of September
until the ground is frozen, the earlier
the better, is stated by the Agricul-
tural College horticulturists
Fall bulbs include- those early spring
Honoring plants such as tulips, hyacin
ths, nuiclssus, jonquils, crocuses,
scillas and lilies. They nnty be plant
ed in formal beds, In borders near tho
house, or in the perennial -hiub
For formal beds and working out
geometrical designs, tulips and hyacin-
thftnrnpsnnniiillv vnluabl Thn rIihiio
and size of the bed must be determin-l7:l5
ed by the individual taste of the plant-17:20
er. - No matter what the shapo Is to be
It must be borne in mind to plant
varieties which bloom at the same
time, are of tho same heiuhtand whose
colors harmonize Good contrasting
colors should be used and so arranged
as to accentuate the adjoining colors
Bulbs may be used to advantage in
th'e shrub and perennial border
vrberaysr there is R vacancy. They are
yery affective If planted at irregular
inwrvaiH.in large or smau groups, xmj
m. mt I
varwp "Hips re cspeciauy suuaoie
for tbis type orpiantiug snpwfDg oil
advMtageoualy. against the " back
graUOLof shrubbery, If (cut flowers
are prized'this is the place to get them
rather then from the forhial bed where
the absence of a flower or two is quite
conspicuous. In the hardy border a
mong tho shrubs too, Is the place for
little irregular groups of narcissus,
jonquils, lilies and crocus. Hero they
may be left year after year, to Increase
in numbers and nach spring to bloom
out in a great variety of colors.
i Birthday Dinner
On Tuesday, September 25 a very de
lightful birthday dinner was held at
the beautiful home of Mrs. Mary Arne
son, in honor of Mrs Susan Dixon 80
and Mrs. Alice Tennant and Mr. Henry
Wolfe both 70. Some thirty years ago,
Mrs. Diokson and Mrs. Tennant, living
side by side, learned that their birth
days came on consecutive days and be.
gan having dinner together, serving on
alternate years, never .missing a year
excepting when one or the other was
away. In these later years, their
friends have taken it up and made
quite a large affair of the day. When
it was learned that Mr. Wolfe's birth
day was also the 25th, he was added to
the guests of honor.
Of the thirty guests, twelve had past
the three score and ten year mark and
a greater part of them had been here
in the very early days. Ye sorlbe will
defy any dozen o! any age in Red
Cloud to display more sparkling eyes
and sploy wit than this group did in
the afternoon as they recounted exper
lences of the early days some of them
very funny and all of them trying.
Those of us who listeued to them for
the first time, wished that the youth
of our town might have heard the stor
ies that they might more fully appre
late the terrific prico which has been
paid to change this "great American
Desert" to a land of beautiful towns
and comfortable homes. Tho whole
day temlndud us of Robert ltiowtilng's
Itabbl Hon B.ia which begins:
Glow old along with me'
The best is yot to be,
The last of life, for which the llrst was
Our times are in His hand
Who salth, " whole I planned;
Youth shows but half: tiust Cod, seo
all, nor bo afraid 1"
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON
RL'GS, LINOLEUM, FURNITURE,
DISHES, WINDOW SHADES, JOHN-i
HON & GRAHAM FURNITURE CO., j
TiKn fjr.niTn mriir tiip.v sv.r.r.
ItHEM FOR LESS.
. ( (invention
hi:ri: next vki:k
The Web lei Count, S.mdiy School
Association .uinunl convention is to
bplicld in the Christian cliurdi in tlii
c ui'siinn ciiurcu in mis
city on Monday and Tuest'ny, Octo
ber 1 and 2.
The following is the piogrnm:
Song Service nml
.X. 0. Nelson
"Neccssniy l'tctmratlon for
Sunday School Woik" . S. C. Jensen
2:10 "How Obtain Incicnsecl Splrlt
I ual Life iu the Sunday School" .
I A. Langenberg
3:05 Koll Call
3:16 Hound Table
. ..Conducted by E. E. Eshelmnn
3:55 Special Music
4:00 Story Hour Miss Brown
Devotional Servico;0 E. Spore
Spirited Song Service
L1 hy N- B- Rus'1
.7:C0 "The Whole Wide World for
Jesus". Mrs. Jas. McCIure and Clnss
1 8:00 Address "Week-Day rtiblc
Instruction" C. E. Kirkwood
8:30 Address "Tho Price of Suc
cess" I. W. Edson
Appointment of committees
9:00 Conference, County and. Dis-
tnct Officers 'i
9:S0 Devotional B.S. Daugherty
940 Roport of p
Roport of Plainview Teachers'
Training Class. -
j .-a-Miss Paulino Kocrtner
10:00 Address "Little Foxes"
IJL-rJ W. H. Kimberly
10:30 Reports of County and District
11:15 Reports of Committees and
Election of Officers
11:30 Demonstration Cradle Roll
11:45 "Value of S. S. Exhibit Work"
Mrs. Mabel Johnson
Exhibit on display in Christian church
1:30 Conference yttth New Officers
2:00 Devotional I. W. Edson
ANNUAL S. !
Direction E. C. PRESTON
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
Friday Saturday and Sunday
September 28, 29 & 30
20 Real Stars
30 Screen Celebrities
IN THE CAST
Cecil B. DeMille, Thomas Meigan, Agnes Ayres, Leatrlce Joy,
Jacqueline Logan, Nita Naldi, Betty Compson, Theodore KoslofT,
George Fawcctt, Owen Moore, Baby Peggy, Bryant Washburn, Viola
Dana, Hope Hampton, Anna Q. Nilsson, Fritzi Ridgway, Eileen
Percy, Bull Montana, Stuart Holmes. Julia Fayc, Robert McKim,
Alan Hale, Kalla Pasha, Dinky Dean, Snitz Edwards, Jack Gardner,
Pola Negri, William S. Hart, Jack Holt, Walter Hicrs, Lila Lee,
May McAvoy, Lois Wilson, Mary Astor, Noah Berry, William dc
Millc, Ricardo Cortez, Alfred E. Grce:., Jack Pickford, Anita
Stewart, Lloyd Hamilton, Ben Turpin, Will Rogers, Estellc Taylor,
J. Warren Kcrugan, T. Roy Barnes, Robert Cain, Ford Sterling,
Sigrid Holmquist, Hank Mann, Scnnctt Girls, Alan Hale and many
others such as Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Charley Chaplain.
Big beyond description-that's "Hollywood!"
All the praise-laden adjectives in the dictionary couldn't do it
justice. You've got to sec it that's all! Iu no other way can you
grasp the glorious immensity of it the thrill of seeing ALL your
favorite movie stars in ONE picture! BUT "Hollywood" has
more than its colossal ca$t. It's not a "news weekly" not a parade
of celebrities not a meie sigt-sccing tour of Hollywood.
Here is a story a gripping, throbbing, Irresistibly huniau story
of a small-town girl who goes to Hollywood to break into the
movies. And meets with a thousand and one adventures that put
this picture iu a class by itself.
Matinees Saturday and Sunday
2:15 Discussion "Ptoblcm of Keep
ing our Young People in Sunday
Ki'hnnl niwl f'linrfli Jfirv!rn". .
, 0,i bv II. CI. Kecncy
,2:15 Iloll Call
2:50 Special Music
2:55 Piesontation of Cradle Koll
Pennant, Olms. Div. Supt.
3:00 Compaii'on of Rural, Village
and City Attendancea G. Nelson
3:30 Whole Bible Sunday School
Cour.-e Co. Secietary
3:15 Discussion "The Menance of
the Sundny Movie" ,
Led by C. C. Boron
4:15 Addicss "Worship !n the
Home, School and Church". ,
4:50 Final Reports
7:15 Orchestra Led by J. E. Betz
7:55 Address "The Supremo Aim"
8:30 Stereopticon Travel Story
"G000 Miles Through India"
Music in charge of C. L. Cotting and
N. B. Bush. Souvenir Pin given to
each Cradle Roll Baby present.
The delinquint tax list will be sub
mittoofor publication tho first of
October You can avoid paying this
rdditional cost by immediately giving
your d,elinquincya,ttentibri., . ' . .
G. W. Doughit, a traveling sales
man for the, Hustings Fruit Co., rays
he would 'appreciate it iff the fedcVal
road between here and iTnstings waa
kept up in better shape.
So far this month there & been
twenty eight cars of catte shipped in
liete, which will be fattened this win
ter and shipped to maiket in tho
spring. This promises to be one of
the heaviest feeding years in
history of the county.
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