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THE SAGUACHE CRESCENT, SAGUACHE, COLORADO Thursday, February 4, 1943 i i COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS The Board of County Commis- sioners met in regular session on Monday, January 4, 1943, at 10 p&apos;clock A. M., with the following members present : Geo. H Curtis, Chair.man, W. E. Gardner, Commissioner, Earle E Wilson, Commissioner, '*Robt R Tarbell, County Attorney W. E. Whitten, Clerk of Board. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved, as read. The County" Treasurer is instruct- ed to accept the sum of fifteen dollars, plus $1.00 Assignment fee, for Tax Sale Certificate No. 5, Sale of 1942, for Tax of 1932, covering Tract No. 1, Section 17, Township 43, N., R. 9, E. N. M. M., with all subsequent taxes endorsed on the Certificate. The County Treasurer is instruct- ed to accept the sum of Twenty-nine dollars, plus $1.00 Assignment fee, for Tax Sale Certificate No. 15, Sale of 1940, for Tax of 1932, to- gether with all subsequent taxes en- dorsed thereon, covering Lots 27, 28, 29, and 30, Block T, town of Bonanza. The County Treasurer is instruct- ed to accept the sum of Ninety-nine dollars, plus $1.00 Assignment fee, : for Tax Sale Certificate No. 32, sale of 1939, for Tax of 1936, together with all subsequent taxes endorsed thereon, covermg Lots 7. 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12, Block 34, and Lot 6, Block 31, Town of Saguache. Howard E. Burress was appointed to act as Coroner for the term end- ing on or about January 5, 1945. .Bills against the Count and Pub- li  Y c Welfare Funds were presented and approved, as shown by the War- rant Register. No further business appearing the meeting was adjourned until Tues- day, January 5, 1943. Second Day--January Term The Board of County Commission- ers reconvened on Tuesday, January 5, 1943, with the following members present: George H. Curtis, Chairman, W. E. Gardner, Commissioner, Earle E. Wilson; Commissioner, W E Whitten, Clerk of the Board Bills against the County and Wel- fare funds werb presented and ap- proved, as shown by the Warrant Register. C. J. Henrie of Center, was ap- pointed as Bee Inspector for the en- suing year, at a salary of $30.00 per year. The services of Dr. Corry as County Physician, were dispensed with, effective as of December 31, 1942. Dr. John F. Mackey of Center, was appointed County Physician at a salary of Thirty-fiv, e dollars per month, to serve at the pleasure of the Board. The County Treasurer is instruct- ed to accept the sum of twelve i dollars, plus $1.00 Assignment fee, for Tax Sale Certificate No. 26, Sale of 1942, for Tax of 1938, covering the West of the SWA, Sec. 33, Township 44, N., R. 11, E. N. M. M., and lot 17 and 18, Block 25, and Lot 1, Block 42, Town of Crestone, with all subsequent taxes endorsed on the Certificate. The County Treasurer is instructed to accept the sum of Five dollars, plus $1.00 Assignment fee, for Tax Sale Certificate No. 1, Sale of 1942, for Tax of 1931, with all subsequent taxes endorsed thereon, covering Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12; 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29, Block 174, Town of Mof- fat. No, further business appearing tle meeting was adjourned until Wednes- day, January 6, t943. Third Day---January Session The Board of County Commission- ers reconvened in regular session on Wednesday, January 6, 1943, with all members of the previous day's session present. The following resolutions was reg- ularly introduced, passed and de- clared adopted: I BE IT RESOLVED By the! Board of County Commissioners of Saguache County, Colorado, THAT, pursuant to an Ac| entitled, 'To amend Section 8796 of the Compiled Laws of Colorado, as amended, relative to the de- posit of public funds in banks by County Treasurers,' approved Jan- uary llth, 1934, the County Treas- urer of Saguache County is here- by authorized to deposit all the funds and moneys that shall come into  his possessiort by virtue of his said office, in his name as such treasurer in one or more of the following banks: The Saguache County Na- tional Bank, Saguache, Colo The first National Bank, Center, Colo., The First National Bank, Denver, Colo., Farmers and Merchants Bank, Monte Vista, Colo. The Commissioners then proceeded to the re-organization for the year 1943. Earle E. Wilson was nominated as Chairman for the coming year, and after a second to the nomination, Commissioner Wilson was duly elect- ed: : W.E. Gardner_ and Geo. H. _Cuis were nominated and unanimously el-l T|I T A DT] ected as Vice-Chairmen. ] VILL/ UltU] E R. Mosher was appointed as  Janitor of the Court House at a sal-I ----- ary of $85.00 per month, for the l ........... dUKe t/alley leI1 for enver lues- current year. ] . THE OLD JUDGE SAYS day. He expects to join Uncle Sam's - Eugene Williams was chosen to boys this week in Navy construction II i,\\;l- act as Road Supervisor for the year /' .IC) 1943, at a salary of $200.00 per wrk" i month. Mr. and Mrs. Karry Ficklin of:  \\; Robert R. Tarbell received the ap- Manassa were dinner guests of Mr. pointment of County Attorney for the ensuing year, at a salary of and Mrs. Courtney Moore and Jimmy.  ( $50.00 per month. The charivari for Mr. and Mrs. -< Geo. H. Curtis was designated as Nick Keserich of Bonanza was well purchasing agent for the current attended by Villa Grove and Bon- ; year. 4 anza friends. RefYeshments were All County officials are instruct- served at a late hour and everyone ed to order all small supplies for their respective offices, except that wished them happiness. the purchase of all large books, tax _.M schedules or other large office sup- Mr. and Mrs. Earle Wilson return- plies be made Ly the official in need, ed Monday from Denver, where they with the approval of the Purchasing attended the stock show last week ...... Agent. i B. J. Timney was taken to the Bonds of the following officers Center hospital. He has been in were approved : ) a serious condition for several days. ! W. L. Hammond, Public Trustee George K. Curtis, Commissioner, 0rie Craig of Bonanza who is in W. L. Hammond, County Treasurer W. E. Whitten, County Clerk the.D & R G W hospital is not much Clifford Burnham, County Assessor improved. ! Ed Paul, County Sheriff, I Howard Burress, County Coroner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madison, .,. Lulu K. Bell, County Supt of Schools Wayne #and Lois Rae were Salida I Sidney B. Hall, Deputy Treasurer, business callers Thursday. .., E. R. Mosher, Justice of the Peace, ' J. L. Villers, Justice of the Peace, Many friends attended the funer, Paul Bauder, Justice of the Peace, al Tuesday afternoon of W. P. Ful- .:, Appointment of deputies in the lenwider of Bonanza who passed various offices were approved as away last Fr'day nite at the Dio follows: Grande hospital. The funeral was - Sidney B. Hall, Deputy County held at Salida and burial at Poncha 'I couldn't help overhearing you, Mary, largedistilleryinthecountrymakingwhiskey Treasurer, Springs cemetery, when you asked Jim here why they let the any more. They're all working day and night Merle Rockey, Deputy County Clerk, the liquor companies use sugar to make whiskey making war alcohol for the government for Mrs. Ethel Kesericb spent when all the rest of us have to cut down on gunpowder,synthetic rubber, chemicals, and Edith L. Jones, Deputy County Clerk, afternoon at the Cavaliere homel it. I happen to know the answer to that. medicalsupplies. !Mildred Page, Deputy County Assess- Tuesday. t "You see, the fact of the matter is, the "Just as I told Ed down at the court- or . industry never has used a single pound of hcue tlis morning, the government simply Charles McCormick, Deputy County sugartomakewhiskey.Thebootleggerswere wouldn't be able to get all this alcohol it Sheriff, CRESTONE i the only ones who used sugar to make needs in time if we didn't have these whiskey. On top of that, there's not a single distilleries available and on the job." W. J. Werner, Jailor and Janitor, W. J. Werner, Undersheriff. = There being no further business Rev. Norris Twitchell, of St. ' Co,.ference of Akokoli Beverage Induslrlc$. Inc. the meeting was adjourned until  Monday, February 1, 1943, unless Thomas Church at Alamosa, has ...................................................... " a prior meeting is deemed necessary, changed the day and hour of his | regular trip to Crestone. He will be EARLE E. WILSON ........ Chairman. here the last Wednesday of each ,, ,,,,,,, ,, ,,, , , ,,, ,,i, , , ,, ,,,,,,,,,, Attest: month at 3 P M. He will go from W. E. WHITTEN here to Saguaehe where he will hold MOFFAT Saguache Crescent Clerk of the Board. regular services Thursday. Takes SAGUACHE, COLORADO , Mrs. Robert Young and two child- Mrs. Burt Elliott nee Maycelle "7'/l/f. % (Only Paper Published Notice To Creditors ren are houseguests of her mother, Biggs left Friday to join her has- _ Mrs. Mary Irvin. Mrs. Young ex- band in Pueblo where they plan to "li:'' in County Seat) ESTATE OF ALBERT H. HOFF- pects to be in Crestone about 2 or make their home. Her mother, Mrs. t,k iftV,S MANN, DECEASED. 3 weeks. C.E. Biggs accompanied her, return- I ins home Saturday. No. 572 Several of our young folk attended I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Geirisch and children were droner guests m the E Notice is hereby given that on the the basketball game at Moffat Sat.  . . "  , " . MRS. MARY OGDEN, Publlsher. L. Jaclson nome unoay. 28th day of January, 1943, letters Dr ArIPT 1:b'rll   " I Mrs Bamma Tompkins is visiting MRS. R. I. COOMBS, Editress. of administration were issued to the ........  ..... e, h_ sold hm . ..... I her daughter, Mrs Gas Place and undersigned as administratrix of the home in Center ano wit mcare in Mrs Junior Place of near Center above named estate and all persons Monte Vista making regular trips to lrs. Russell Biggs and Darla" and having claims against said estate . . Mrs. Kenneth Biggs were Sunday Published every Thursday at Sag- are required to file them for allow- Center ance in the County Court of Sag- . .... dinner guests in the C E Biggs uache, Colorado, the county seat of uache County, Colorado, within six Mr .and Mrs. Wiley Kmg wsted in I home. " " Saguache County, in the famous San months from said date or. said claim Alamosa Wednesday. They were ac- Luis valley of Colorado. shall be forever barred, companied by Josie their small niece Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gierisch and It takes an IsbeU and a Hutson... Muriel B. Hoffmann who consulted a dentist, children were Alamosa visitors Mon- a Sammy Baugh and a Dick Todd to form a forward pass combination. It Entered as second class matter at Administratrix day. takes both . . . War Bonds and Taxes the Saguache Postoffice under the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harlan enter- V.J. TaMaat, Shirley Carpenter to provide the necessary finances to Act of Congress March 3, 1879. win this war--a war for freedom and First Publication FebTuary 4, 1943 tained Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mayer at and Lola Cuykendall went to Denver Last Publication March 4, 1943 pinochle Saturday night. Friday evening to bring Mrs. TeMaat humanity. Are youdoingyourpart? ' U.S. Treasury Departmen# and Judy home. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Crestone has a shortage of water Mrs. Douglas Dieckman returned MINERAL HOT the wells are going dry. home Saturday after a several week's Six Months .............. $1.00 SPRINGS Roscoe Strader was in Moffat on stay in Denver with relatives and MICKIE SAYS-- One Year ............... , 2.00 business Monday. friend.  ---- ---- ----- Mrs. Otto Roetker and Roy were /' Cz/JTM/ O/D Invariably in Advance Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roetker of Alamosa visitors Friday. Moffat were Sunday callers at the Don't forget the Card Party at /1 P,QIA]'f'IM I-]E[4/ Mrs. Mary Noland spent the week j. R. Strader home. the school house Saturday evening. "iT.Itt3ES4121dO ADVERTISING RATES end visiting Mrs. Sarah Bertschy at The Junior Hi students, under Miss Salida. Clifford Frazee who has been very //TOf /]T] U'// ill at the Good Samaritan nursing Carpenter are sponsoring the affair. One inch, per insertion $ .25 Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Peek were home in Denver is reported better. The proceeds will go to help pur- '//fi'/E////O Transient adveising, per inch .35 business visitors at Salida Saturday. chase suits for the Junior Hi basket- "/ '/-/07"" Wm. Stewart and Ed King werel ball team. Come all! Admission Locals, per iin per insertion .10 Mr. and Mrs. Amor Gilder and in Alamosa Monday. King's little l only 25 cents for an evening of en- ], PI/A/7"/]qTi: Mrs. Mary Noland were shopping daughter, Josie, who has not been (oyment. Profe.aional card.,per imertion .25 at Salida Saturday. well for several weeks, went for a The regular monthly meeting of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoffmann and medical check-up. :he Moffat Women's Club met last Louise were dinner" guests of Cass Mr. and Mrs. Geo. White and Wednesday, January 25th at the home EXPIRATIONS Blanehard at Crestone Sunday which Lyman, Mrs. Noah Mayer and ary of Mrs. W. A. Albert with eight mem- The label or wrapper o the paper bers present.. Mrs. C. M. Ellis gave shows the date your subscription was Mr. Blanchard's birthday, were in Del Norte Monday. a very interesting paper on "Music expires. When payment is made the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gehering of Mrs. Charlie Baker has been at the of the Pan-Americans" Mrs. Eu- receipt o your paper and the change H'otchkiss visited Mrs. Gehering's par- home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. gene Jarkson was appointed Treasur- in date of expiration are sufficient nets, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Me- Wm. Newsom for the past week. er is Mrs. K. L. Biggs' place. Five notiicatlon o renewal. If date on Daniels, Wednesday on their way guests were present, label or wrapper is not changed home from attending the funeral of The Boy Scouts will have a home The members of the Home Nurs- within three weeks after remitting, Mr. Gehering's father in New Mex- cooking sale Saturday and the Camp ing Class which was sponsored by please inform us at once. If you ico. Fire Girls are practicing for an "up the Woman's Club received their do not receive the Crescent regal. to the minute" Minstrel Show. Cards at the regular club meeting, arly, kindly advise this office. '" GARITA r and Mrs. C. C. Ioffmann and Mrs. Ruth Gotthelf R. N. and Mrs. Louise of Mineral Hot Springs were Helen Gotthelf were present to pre- .... in Crestone Sunday and took  dinner sent the cards to the following mem- The Pat Atencio family attended with C. W. Blanchard. They also bers: Mrs. Carrie Rood, MrS. Nell E the wedding of Cecil Atencio and called on Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Albert, Mrs. Dorothy Barrier, Mrs. Rose Garcia in Del Norte Monday. Hoffmann. Frank Liles, Mrs. Ralph Gierisch, ''It" Takes Mrs. Minnie Bradley and Miss Thelma Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Atencio and Mr. and Mrs. Amor Gilder of Liles, a high school student who plans _ . __ , ' "/('/ :v:':'-*-'***T,&T,'T,'T,".,""'-.'.':,,'f/ Juanita Aguilar were Sunday dinner Mineral Hot Springs visited the to take up nursing in the near fu- 0# "',"",',,',,':,'.':,':,',,?: ',',',," "':,",'. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chains. Franklin Hoffmann family Sunday. tare. .1',.,,  ', ___,, _ " ................ I*'* .............. ****'*'* ' Mrs. Arthur Keck and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rood and Wilma Several kit bags have been made  !!!i:!i!!!!iii were released from the Monte Vista of Moffat brought over a supper and are being filled by members f  A[t hospital Monday. and spent the evening With C. W. the Woman's Club. Mrs. Miller is  chairman of this committee. If any , // MEMORIALS Blanchard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Then Phillips was a caller in this Ed King also called and spent the one is interested in making kits, community Sunday. lease see Mrs. Miller. evening. Everyone enjoyed some Mrs. Corn Underhill called at the ,\\;t qll Mrs. Eph Mosher and Mike spent nice music. E.E. Jackson home Friday afternoon. " a couple days at the Alley home the last of the week. Mike had to be . #. taken to the doctor Saturday as he Claude Casias moved his family One who never turned his back It takes both . . . two fingers to was suffering with a severe head back to town Sunday. They were liv- but marched breast forward, never give the Victory sign. It takes both cold and congested lung. He is im- ing at the Will Fyock ranch where doubted clouds would break, never . . . War Bonds and Taxes to make HOward E. Burress proving nicely at this writing, he had employment all winter. He dreamed, though right were vorsted, thatVictorycometrue.Continueyour )lans to help his father in the timber wrong would triumph, held, we fall purchase of War Bonds, at least ten Saguache,  Colorado p_ereent of your income. Pay your Abel Maez and family spent the Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Arellano, and to rise, are baffled to fight better, Victory Tax and your income tax weekend with the Joe Espinosa family ita and Teresa Gallegos were bust- sleep to wake.--Robert Browning. cheerfully and gladly. Both are in Lieu of an Occupation Tax to Hitler. on the J. C. Pepper ranch, ness callersl Saguache Monday. BUY DEFENSE BONDS ................. U, ff:rrcajur.VDlartm#s# ROCK OF AGeS MOI_ALS