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February 20, 1936     The Saguache Crescent
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February 20, 1936

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~Thurm~ y,. February 20, 1936 ~rFIE SA~GUACHE ~ENT SAGUAClqI ~N~L~IqAI~ III I ~ i I i ii i i i II II Illl I Ill I I II MAKE YOUR HEADQUARTERS At the Sa UaCohe Hotel Legion Dance F,b. 22 FREE Ladies Dressing Room Midnight Dance Supper Cc~fee, Hamburgers, Fountain Service Chicken Sandwiches, Music We're holding open house for Legionaires and their friends [ W.F. BOYI) I Notary Public LAWYFJI , } ~GUACHF. COLO~O Dr. J. M. STONE Dentist Saguache Hotel Dr. S. E. KORTRIGHT" Ph~slcian & Surgeon Phone 115J Saguache, Colorado W. H. CUTLER ARTISTIC PAINTING " AND DECORATING Phoao 79. BRUSH NEWS (Too late for last week) Mrs. Meister entertained a sister and her two sons over the week-end. The Pilkington baby has been sickt the past week. O. Anderson caught a coyote. He m , , __ ,, * $ , $ $ $ * * PERSONAL MENTION * o ,, o*** Stewart Wills was up from Center on business Monday. Harlond~ to Den- ver on business Sunday. The Fortnightly club met on Wed- nesday, with Mrs. D. W. Reed as hostess. Ross Labart of Denver and Dean Redhead motored to Creeds on busi- ness Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. l~ Tarbell have returned from their spring buying trip in Denver. Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Alexander of I~ooper were business callers in Sa- guache Tuesday. Stun Fellers has been re-elected president of the Epworth League in Alamosa recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lockett of Salida spent Sunday with Mrs. Maude Lockett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitten of Denver came in Friday night to visit for a few days. Mrs. Will Ward is the delightful hostess to the F. F. S. club at the Saguache hotel today. George Gray of Moffat underwent a major operatfon at the Monte Vis~.a hospital last Thursday. claimed that it looked like a moun- tain wolf in size. Mrs. Cleve Davey received merit- The Whitten family are driving a cal attention in the Del Norte hospit- new Chevrolet. ~al ~or a few days last week. (Tide Week) I Mrs. Hayes visited at the MeisLcr Mrs. Drucilla O'Neil is spending home Wednesday. ' a few days in Alamosa with ~er Blanche Anderson has been ill the granddaughter Mrs. Jim Dilley. past two weeks. Roy Werner was a Sunday dinner guest at the Otto Werner home. The Conoco oil truck made a I Judge John I. Palmer left for Denver Sunday to preside for two weeks in the West Side Criminal business trii~ in the neighborhoodlCurt" Sunday. Mr.--~an)dMrs. Harry Bu~"-rch and A card received from John Mich- children Lois and Frances spent Mon- aud and Sam Hayes at Ojo Caliente day in Del Norte with Mrs. Burch's Springs, says they are eating Iotsmother. and sleeping fine. The frost-heaving of the road Clarence Means, representative of east of Knapps'~ is worse than it the Production Credit Corporation has been for years, almost trepans- was in Monte Vista last week on able. business. LIVESTOCK WANTED car Highest corn-belt prices for ~ - load broke or range horses, mules l and colts. Fred Chandler Horse and Mule Market, Chariton, Iowa. t 2,2. 3,12. Bring your friends to the midnight dance supper at the Saguache HoLel Saturday night. Everything good to eat and drink. J Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Calor of Hoop- er were in Saguache on busines,, last Thursday. Mr. Calor is sta- I [] ]H H g I I I I m tioned on the Grant at present. TREES I | i IIlll liimH I # I Mrs. Ferne Childs, Miss Flore~c~ Jaques and Leslie Henry were gues~,s ~ .~ Elm -- :he most value )] e tr ~e e ',, . Charlief Mr. Davisand MrS.of CreedeJhn Davis and last Sunday. n any ~.ype of soil. A very rapid grower eautifl~l SI rode Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodard accom- ~W FO~ S?RING DELIVERY panied the Rainbow Girls to Center Monday night for their regular /ER ~U]]SERY C ~. , meeting. Following the meeting e / ' party for prospective members was Manzanola, Colorado f II II II given. Card games were enjoyed I II The Chinese Elm -- The most valuable tree ever in- troduced. It thrives in any type of soil. that developes into a beautiful Shade Tree. ORDER NOW FOR SPRING BREWER NURSERY CO. I i afar which refreshments were serv- ed. THE .NEW GRANADA - MONTE VISTA, COLORADO 1 Rialto Tim a it Vallef. New:'., and Fin P heu* ~Preseata-- FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 Something New ! Something Different I T BEATRE PLAY ~ DIV-VY -- PLAY Saguache, Colorado 20 GREAT ATTRACTION~ 20 on the Screen -- THURSDAY To-Ni~ht "THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII" FEBRUARY 19 and 20 with "WOMAN WANTED" A Cast of Thousands Joel McCrea M~turoen O'Sullivan See ~ this Throbbing Human Love Story That Will Live To The" End of Time Paramount News ALSO MONEY NIGHT ,m _ ~ i i SATURDAY FEBRL/ARY-22 Friday ~ Saturday Hoot Gibson / in "FRONTIER JUSTICE" FEBRUARY 21 and 22 SUNDAY az~l MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23- 24 The LastOutpost Matinee Sunday 1:15 ~ Continuous till close Presenting a Double Feature Program CARY GRANT ~Feature No. 1 Feature No. 2 Chapter 6 JEAN HARLOW " GINGER ROGERS "The Great Air Mystery" in with FEBRUARY 23 and 24 "RIFF RAFF" 'i GEORGE BRENT WILL ROGERS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25 in DON'T FORGET -- TUESDAY -- IS THE BIG NIGHT Steamboat Round -- on the Screen -- The Bend" lOS -- Big Attr~tlon~ ~ 105 ~ James Dunn ~ in -- "BAD BOY" Wednesday ~ Thureday WEDNESDAY aad THURSDAY FEBRUARY 36 ~ ~7 FEBRUARY 26 and 27 -~ DoubleFe~ture Program "I Live For Love" Feature No. 1 Feature No. ~ DOLORES DEL RIO SYLVIA SIDNEY in LILY PONS in EVERETT MARSHALL "Mary Burns, Fu "I Dream Too Much" Afro Mo~y Night Mrs. Bertha Wellman left Friday~ to visit over the week-end with hcx daughter in Del Notre. She depart- The Deed toYour Home-= i ed for California Monday. Mrs. l , Wellman has been in Saguache fez Your Private Letters the past six months caring for her f~ther, G. W. I~app. 1 Stock Certificates ,I "~ A1 Newrayer and ": ~E. Brown Your Wall i of Center stopped in Saguache Men-1 day morning to say "hello" to old Bonds-- . I _ friends. They were on their way to the Burlington ranch where they held the Auction sale for Mrs. John Should be placed in a safe deposit box, sacs' Kolkman. they are not safe for a mmute from fire, from Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alley enter- theft, or from the prying eyes of those who have no right to see them. tained the Cribbage club last Thurs- day evening. Martha Alley and Ernie Callihan won high honors. Velma Pilkington and Henry Alley consolalti@n. Valentine decorations were in evidence. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Mincks fi-om Hooper have leased the August John- son ranch for the coming year. Mr. Johnson has been failing in health and is unable to carry on his farm duties. Mrs. Minnie Nye is help~g Mrs. Win Palmer; care for her father G/ W. Knapp. He celebrated his 92~d birthday last Saturday Feb. 15~h. Read the Saguache Hotel ad in this week's CRESCENT on the back pa~ge and see what they have in store for you during the American L~on dance this Saturday night. Mr. and.Mrs. Carl Bachman of Denver announce the arrival of a 9 pound boy on Saturday morning February 15th. Mrs. Bachman will be remembered as Mildred Coleman. Roy Hickman left early Wednes- day morning for Salida where he will help with the remodeling of the new Rialto Thaetre recently purchased by Ross Labart. Veta Jaques is getting along nicely after a second blood transfusion Friday 14th. She may be able to be moved to a private home in Greeley next week. The Saguache Woman's club will meet with Mrs. E. B. Noland on Fri- day, Feb. 21st. Roll call, Current Events. 0 Edgar Jones, who has been dan- gerously ill at his home for the past three months, ~ is slowly tm- proving. Franz Marold left Tuesday to visit a few days in Center as the Relief from anxiety about the safety of your property is worth many times the small rental charge. Satuache County National Bank (ESTABLISHED 1880) Member bi Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation $5,000.00 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor hour Chat SUed The Sewing club meets with Mrs. Howard Alley this Friday. Mardelle Callihan had the misfor- tune of hurting her foot Friday. Louis Werner has been on the sick list this week with a bad cold.t, Mrs. Charlie Hibler of Salida is the guest of M_rs. Burris Martin' this week. | : I Mrs. Ernie Callihan entertained the bridge foursome ,~Tuesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hazard and children returned from Ojo Caliente Sunday. Eleanor Wood is confined t'o the ranch with scarlet fever and is un- der quarantine. The Saguache Grange entertained the Villa Grove Grange last Tuesday night at the Masonic hall. Charlotte Mac Alley entertained Patty Dee Buckley and Lorraine Michaud Wednesday a~ternoon. A covered dish ,luncheon and all day quilting was enjoyed at the home of Mrs. C. W. Harden Wednesday. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burn- l~m. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alley and sons were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alley and children.~ SAY FOLKS! ASK THE POPLE WHO OWN ONE." _ Several people in the valley have the Kermeae Electrolux Refrlgerator, Let me give you their names. They testify "Cheap to run"; "No odsrs"; "No Trouble"; "Perfect'.'.. , . LE ROY COLEMAN Saguache, Colorado THE BUCKLEY MORTUARY A GUIDING HAND IN YOUR HOUR OF NEED. ANY TIME---ANY WHERE Ephie Mosher and Gaye Gallagher HOUSEHOLDHINTS R.O.Buckley were guests in_ Monte Vista Sunday, Add a little :e, raisins and REGISTERED MORTICIAN FOR RENT nuts to the fruit juices left over in the jars and serve as dessert. Saguache, Colorado. 160 acres, known as the Will Carrots thoroughly boiled and PHONE 48W Forbes place. Write me at Saguache made in to a pie using the pumpkin or call 83F12, Mrs. Ella Bales. pie recipe, is a welcome change. , --__- .......---_-__~ .... -=-__------ .... II II~ ~ ~ ~ ~ D ]~ ~ THE AMERICAN LEGION L~IVi L#ITI ~]~ ~ ANNUAL DA N CE. THE start thos~ Cha~ whe~ New also Cent~ fat, sary at t~ the and flee the I 3000 iiCouni set o two those ._ : _ - -~ -- -_ --- WORLD - -~ =" ...... ; ......" -- TEND. Wear your overalls and ginghams. You are assured a fine time. IS" INVITED--AT" February 22nd FOR OVER TEN YEARS THE HAMMOND MERC. CO. Has been a dependable source for good Groceries.-- v Steadily and soundly it has grown in size and efficiency because of the disposition of ~: its customers to appreciate fair dealing. , - :~' Orange MarmaladeLog Cabin Syrup Made from selected fruit best adopted That fine blend of Cane and MAPLE t for the purpose.. 45c 48c 32 oz. 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