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April 2, 1936     The Saguache Crescent
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I I IIII II I II Ill ~ i Notary Public I aOeERT ~. T~Z~ LAWYU SAGUACHE, COI~RADO Dr. J. M. STONE Dentist Smguache Hotel Dr. S. E. KORTRIGHT Physician dk Surgeon Phone 115J Saguache, Colorado W. H. CUTLER ARTISTIC PAINTING AND DECORATING Phone 79. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hazfd were visitors in Saguache the first of the week. Joe Webb of Villa Grove was m town Wednesday. Harland Means is here visiting his parent~ Mr. and M~s. Cla~rence Means and family. Rialto THEATRE Saguache, Colorado THURSDAY To-Night APRIL 2nd. BEN LYON -- JOAN MARSH EDDIE NUGENT in ',Dancint Feet" _ iiiii FRIDAY -- SATURDAY APRIL 3 and 4 PAUL MUNI in "Dr, Socrates" "The Great Air Mystery" SUNDAY -- MONDAY APRIL 5 and 6 JEAN HARLOW SPENCER TRACY 'Rift Raft' I Wednesday -- Thursday APRIL 8 and 9 "The Perfect Gentleman" FIRST SHOW STARTS AT 7:15 * $ * * " *+ * * * *l Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ward gave a MIDDLE CREEK CLOSED ]~ ========================== * PERSONAL MENTION * ]dinner Sunday honoring Mr. and NO FISHING ALLOWED ! , . . . , , , , , ,lMrs. Louis Cox. Those present were -- The Deedto Your Home-~- ..... | Mr. and Mrs. Miles Stanley and Notice was received today from R. . Judge J. I. Palmer was on the sick daughters of Salida, Mr. and Mrs. G. Parvin, State Game and Fish Your" Private Letters- list' several days this week. I Geo. Ward and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Commissioner that MIDDLE CREEK *" " e , t IBruce Ward and sons, and Mr. and 10 miles west of Saguache, will r- Stock Cemhcates-- t Edgar Jones is able to be out once~Mt~s Louis Cox main,closed for another two years.~ I again after an illness of severalI ....... Absol~t~y~fo fishing is a~wed months, l Mr. and Mrs. Ch~. Vav~ and on Your Will-- ~-- . I daughter, Shirley, entertained Mr. Mrs, Josie Cuenin of Center isI and Mrs. Ernest Callihan and daugh- sp.endmg a few days wlth ~rs. Geo.iters, Mardell and Beverley, at din- wsmams. I ner la~st Friday evening. Mr. and Mr. and M~s. ~ ~ and fam-' Mrs. Callihan left Saturday for La- Bonds-- ily .have moved into the Callihan residence. The Fortnightly club met at the home of Mrs. Ray Woodard on Wednesday. I Mrs. A. J. Hall and son from Villa Grove were in town on busi- ness Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim'Dilley were vis- iting friends and relatives in Sa- guache Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. I. L. Gotthelf and daughter, Ruth, 'were Alamosa busi- ness callers Saturday. [ ! E. R. Mosher and son Ephie spent layette, Colorado, to make their fu- ture home. Last Thursday evening the high school students and friends of the the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cox, honored them with a food shower and shivaree. Delicious re- freshments of cake and ice cream were served. The Saguache Woman's club w;.ll meet at the ranch home of Mrs. William Whitten on Friday, April 3rd at the usual hour. A full at- tendance is requested as matters of 'importance must be discussed. Mrs. Ray Woodard entertained the High School and grade teachers Saturday night and Sunday at the at a Waffle supper Tuesday evening. BiedeU ranch last week. i Mrs. George Hazard and Mrs. Alice Rominger were also guests. The sewing club was entertained in+ the country last Friday afternoon atI Postmistress, Mrs. Lulu C. Marold the home of Mrs. James Raby. reports that she has her largest and smallest day of receipts in the month Miss Irene Williams of LaGarita of February this year than in any was visiting her mother Mrs. Flor- other month that she has been in the once Williams, over the weekend. [postoffice. I ..... ame of' Mr. and Mrs. Charles D Y I The meeting of Miss Reitz' music New Mexico, are here visiting at thb Win Palmer home for several days. class, which was postponed last week, will be held this Thursday eve- I ning at the home of Marjorie Wood- Dean Redhead has taken the posi- tion as mechanic in the Martin Gar-ard. t age formerly held by Ernie Callihan. ] Ross La~art and Dan Howard mot- Mrs. R. A. Ward left Tuesday for ored to Creeds early Wednesday I Algona, Is., in response to a tele- morning where they will start work gram saying her sister was very low. fen a new thea/tre. Mr. Labart sold l his theatre in Salida recently. Mrs. Roy Alexander entertained a ..... number' of friends in honor of her" Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ulmer Of Pus- husband's birthday last Friday eve- blo, came in the first of the week. ning. i Mr. Ulmer is the new barber at the Saguache Barber shop taking the Harry Burch was taken to the Rio Grands hospital in Salida Sunday to be treated for an infection of the gums. C. E. Jones of the Pursell ranch in Villa Grove was sent to the Fort place of Joe Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mansker and family have moved in town and Bill and George Moore of Monte Vista .have taken charge of the Hol- stein Dairy. ,Lyons Veteran's hospital for treat- ' mont, I W.D. Carroll, Water Division En- I gineer, from Alamosa was trans- Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Harney acting business in Saguache Tl~urs- have moved into the John Burch resi- dence and will care for Jack and Dorothy during the absence of Mrs. Burch. I The Saguache Grange met Tues-~! day evening. Three more memherstI Mrs. Florence Williams, and Mr. and~ Mrs. W. E. yqhitten were initiated] into the order after which light re-~ freshments were served. day and Friday of last week. If you are asked for a loan of any amount of money, dig down and then mark that man off your list because you have lost a friend. The Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. George E. Burch w.~th Mrs. ~va Milligan assistant hostess on Wednesday afternoon, April 8~h. this stream or its tributaries which is" to be protected for the propagation of young fish. Three large retain- ing ponds are now located on th'e stream and thousands of young fish are produced annually which drift down into the main Saguache Creek. The General Public are warned to refrain from fishing and molesting the ponds on this stream . FOR SALE One black Perechreon Stallion 2 years old, 16 hands high or better. + One Palamino Stallion, coming 3 years old. 1 One Spotted Stallion, coming 4 years old, ~ Arabian blood, t One lre'l grey mare, 5 years old, run~ir~ stock, drop a colt most any time Some of this stock we raised. Should be placed in a safe deposit box, since they are not safe for a minute from fire, from theft, or from the prying eyes d those who have no right to see them. Relief from anxiety about the safety of your property is worth many times the small rcntaI charge. Satuache County National Bank (ESTABLISHED 1880) Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation $5,000.00 Maximum Insurance For Each Depbsitor and unless the citizens take the ex- aminations when the Examiners are in their immediate vicinities it will be necessary that they "make the trip to Saguache to obtain their licenses. Licenses can be obtained in Sargents April 13th and 14th, and in Center April 6th to April llth,' inclusive. The strict enforcement of the Drivers License Law will be made by the State Highway Courtesy Patrol. Located at Saguache. , .... Inquire at Malouff's Store, DRIVERS LICENSES I Phone 69W It I In the County in the month o The regular teachers examination March. This is estimated to be only will be held in my office at the Court 25 per cent of the drivers now oper- House Thursday and Friday, April ating vehicles in Saguache. County 9th and 1Oth. Ora Carson, County Superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Cutler and Mrs. McEntyre were Monte Vista Visitors Tuesday evening. Mrs. W. E. Whitten returned Saturday from Iowa where she has been visiting her aged father. Clyta Solomon was a weekend guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kalferty of Center. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ward and family of ffooper moved into lhe Selma Klein home recently pur- chased. Mrs. Ivan Martin and daughter left Saturday for their home in Canon City after spending a week Byron Sutley of Center was a busi- ness visitor here Friday afternoon. The next regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners will be held Monday, April 6th, 1936. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Timney and family of Bonanza were Saguache callers Wedesday. with relatives and friends. [ John Keller had the misfortune to I get a piece of hot emery in one of Born Tuesday morning, March 31, his eyes last Saturday. 1936, to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mar-~ tin a baby girl. Mother and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lockett of ter doing nicely. I ISalida' Mrs. Maude Lockett and Mr. C. H Kelleher, District Man- daughters Nellie and Theda motored ager of Salida made a business trip to Center Sunday where tl~ey were to Saguache Tuesday The con-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hershall struction gang under Mr. Preston's Lockett, they also called on Mr. and Gardner and other rela- supervisiontl~e alley's andaretrimmingrebuildingtrees.Sme of l ning'l tivesMrS" whileJhn there, returning that eve- The CRESCENT office received a new assortment of all-purpose greet- FOR SALE--harness, Shot gun, ing cards this week. Remember organ, bee boxes, and supers. Mrs.I your friends with one of these cards. Lydia Adamson. 2tp I NOTICE m DRIVERS LICENSES Examination for Drivers Licenses will be available at Center~ Colorado April 6th to April 11th. At Sar- gents, Colorado, April 13th to April 14th all dates inclusive. After the above dates no licenses will be-is- sued at any place EXCEPT THE COURT HOUSE IN SAGUACH'E. MOTOR VEHICLE DEPARTMENT, NICK FUSON, County Clerk. ~,, ,, WANTED--Nice clean old wool underwear suitable for rugs, _good Call at Crescent office~ price paid. 2t. Genevia Burch is on the sick list suffering with tonsiiltis. THE BUCKhEY MORTUARY A GUIDING HAND" !1~ YOUR HOUR OF NEED. ANY TIME--ANY WHERE R. O. BUckley REGISTERED MORTICIAN Saguache, Colorado. PHONE 48W - , fir" Four Exclusive Dresses from Robbins--New York Three Paris reproductions and the popular "Peak of the week" which was the sensation d the style shows --One of A Kind-- We do not think you will see these Dresses dsewhere in the valley $19.75 i More "Mitzi's From Two to Six Our Sales volume on these has been remarkable--+ The correct Easter "garments at les~ than you can make them. $1.19 to $1.95 Formals For Juniors Formals for Junior High girls-- in chiton organdy--by Sara de Saix Ask to see these in Green, Coral and White,, with beautiful slips $8.95 to $I0.95 Add the touch of smartness To Your Easter Garments with a Lustra-pearl finish HA N O BA G aod a Be,,o of HANDK HIEF France I II I And finally ~r "Golden Glow" HATS-- Exclusive styles from Hollywood. $1.95 to $2.95 T A R B E L L'S SAGUACHE, COLORADO . IIII I IIIIIIII + I ~' II r==' THE DEPENDABLE SOURCE FOR GOOD (~ROCERXES I FOP,. 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