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April 23, 1925     The Saguache Crescent
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April 23, 1925

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San Luis Valley Bus Co, Daily Time Table Morning Trip Alamosa ........ 7:00 a. m. Monte Vista ..... 7:55 a. m. Center .......... 8:40 a. m. Saguache ....... 9:55 a. m. Mineral Hot Spgs. 10:25 a. m. Villa Grove .... 10:45 a. m. Alder ......... 11:10 a. m. Salida ......... 12:00 Noon Afternoon Trip Salida .......... 1:20 p. m. Alder .......... 2:45 p. m. Villa Grove ...... 3:05 p. m. Mineral Hot Spgs.. 3:20 p. m. Saguache ....... 4:00 p. m. Center .......... 5:20 p. m. Monte Vista .... 6:05 p. m. Alamosa ........ 6:45 p. m. ROUND TRIP DAILY A reasonable amount of band baggage will be carried free. Trunks, Parcels and Excess Luggage carried at a Reasonable rate. Bus will stop for you on flag at any place on route. Minimum Fare 25c. 5c per mile between stations. WE CARRY LIABILITY INSURANCE. Newsy Notes of Local Interest Gathered Here About SAGUACHE Local Happenings for the Past Week that are Interesting If 8ome/hfng Happens of Interest 5'ell Us About ItWe Loe is Gossip Miss Tressie Clark is on the sick Bring your Kodak Films to the llst. --o-- For good home cooked meals go to Nellie's Pie Shop. -tf. o-- Mock Ellis has gone to Cripple Creek to visit relatives. Mrs. Ella White of Moffat, was a Saguache visitor on Tuesday. ----O- Mrs. Frank Means and Mrs. Wal- ter Slane spent Monday in Monte Vista. :: d ! -O---- W. L. Ward is much improved from his recent operation of having his tonsils removed. o---- Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis were hosts at a dinner last Monday even- ing to a few friends. U Mrs. I. N. Johnson of Mancos, has been spending a week in Monte Vista visiting her sister, Mrs. V. B. Ryan. ,, ---o-- Buy your Blackleg Aggressin at the Saguache Pharmacy at 10e pert dose. --o---- The St. Agnes Guild will hold its regular monthly meeting Friday, April 24th, at the home of Mrs. O. P. Shippey. --o--- We are glad to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Vic Anderson's little son, who is the hospital at Salida, is a little better at this writing. o Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marold, Mrs. George Woodard and Mrs. Mel Woodard motored to Center and Monte Vista Wednesday. Mrs. H. B. Means and Mrs( George Curtis came in Tuesday from Denver, where they have been spending the past week. ---o--- Mrs. Paul Palmer and daughter, left Sunday for Canon City where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Martin, before returning to their home in Wyoming. Mrs. Mary Russell and son Ben, and Little Mary McDonough, left Saguache Pharmacy for Finishing. ---o-- Dan Hibler was operated on for appendicitis at the Salida hospital last week. o Miss Ida Clare was down from Alder and spent Saturday and Sun- day with home folks. o---- Mrs. M. J. Woodard entertain- ed the Card and Chatter Club last Thursday afternoon. ---o---- Mrs. L. C. Roland and Little Bobble Fennell left for Denver Mon- day, on a month's vacation. ---o--- Mrs. Howard Evans of Brighton, was a Saguache visitor last week, looking after business matters. The Tuesday Evening Dinner! Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Williams this week. --o-.---- E. M. DeTilla went to Salida Sunday and spent the day with his wife, who is in the hospital there. --o-- Harve Cutler and family motored to Canon City on Sunday and took in the annual Apple Blossom day of that community. ---o-- Mrs. W. F. Boyd reports that they had five tulips and a hycinth in bloom in their yard on April 15th, which is quite a record for this local- ity. --o-- Buy a ticket to the Card Party to be given on Saturday afternoon by the Fortnightly Club at the George Curtis home for the benefit of the high school library. ---o-- Nick Fuson went to Salida on Sunday and brought Mrs. Fuson home with him. Her many friends will be glad to learn that she is rap- idly gaining strength from the ef- fects of her recent operation. --o-- Luther Gross and son Jack, Len Townsend, and Jute Lawrence mo- tored to Canon City on Sunday. On the return trip they had the misfor- tune to run out of gas about three for Denver Wednesday, where Lit- . . miles out of town and had to hoof tie Mary will receive treatment for ........ -'---" -'- *ime for , 1 in, arriving nme ju m a few days at the Children s Hospi-.I breakfast" talBenefit Card  [  o-0  P-rty, Saturday af- J.W. Sherma., . The Crescent, ternoon, April 25th, at the home of left Saturday morning for Long- Mrs. George Curtis, under the aus- mont, Colorado, where he will pices of the Fortnightly Club, for visit his eldest son and family for a the benefit of the high school li- few weeks. Mr. Sherman had the brary, honor of being the first Saguacho --o-- citizen to ride in the auto bus to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Roland 'en- Salida, which made its first trip on tertained at dinner last Sunday. Saturday. Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. o--- Walton Ridgeway and daughter, Ernest Stephenson, son of Mr. Mrs. Thomas Roland and Mr. and and Mrs. E. D. Stephenson of Mrs. L. C. Roland. Doyleville, died at the hospital in --o Salida, Tuesday of last week. De- Harold Lloyd in his biggest and ceased was born at Doyleville and best seven reel comedy "Girl Shy" grew to young manhood on his lath- at the picture show next Wednesday er's ranch He was 20 years of night. You'll shriek, you'll roar, age. Interment was made at Gunni- you'll laugh until your ribs are son on Wednesday of last week. sore. --o--- o According to the Center Post Dis- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marold were patch the auto contest being con- hosts at a very elaborate four- ductd by the business men of Cen- course dinner party last Wednesday ter, has been a grand success. The evening. After the dinner hour the contest will close on Friday May 1st, guests played "500". Mrs. Will and during the campaign it is esti- Hammond won first prize for the mated that over $70,000.00 worth of ladies and Mrs. Perry Campbell the business has been done by the mer- "booby." Herbert tIazard won first charrts who are in the sales cam- for the men and Nell Jones the paign. It has stimulated the busi- "booby." Out-of-town guests were hess of the Center community as Mrs. Dan Jones and Mr. and Mrs. well as brought outside business into Neff Jones of Center. the town. 00JOFFAT Mrs. J. N. Coleman is visiting Mr W. A. Albert's parents in Denver this week. Mrs. Coleman will also attend the banquet g:ven by the Pennsylvania people of Colo- rado. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Phillips had a phone call from Mr. D. M. Gray of Crestone, on Thursday evening, April 16th, announcing the arrival of a grandson. Mr, Johnson, the surveyor of Alamosa county, is in Moffat his week surveying out some boundary lines of the Moffat School district. Mr. Orval Morris spent last Sun- day in Gunnison, and all of the base ball team are wondering why Orval had such important business over in Gunnison. Mr. nd Mrs. Jack Waldron spent Wednesday in Alamosa, where their daughter is in school. Those from Moffat who attended the Elks dance in Saguache, were: Miss Chloe Sandlin, Miss Coral Kil- lion, Gerald Sandlin, Vogal Sandlin, Burroughs Martin and James Wea- ver. They all report the dance the best that Saguache has had for a long time. Everyone enjoyed themselves very much. Mr. George Jackson, Mrs. Palm- er, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Adams en- joyed a turkey dinner with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Weaver Saturday. The D. & R. G. has a bridge gang working out of Moffat with Mr. Landers in charge. Pat Aten- cio, the secE,on foreman, is also handling an extra crew of about 15 men, putting in the new rails. Moffat Baseball News The Moffat High School team played Saguache Saturday, a very interesting game, the score being 9 to 10 in favor .of Saguache. Quite a number of Saguache people were over, including Professor Tarbell and Alex Russell. The game between Moffat and Hoper Sunday in Hooper, was one of the best of the season, neither side scoring for the first two or three innings, Elvyn Talley making the first run for Moffat in the th:rd by stealing home plate. This seem- ed to stimulate Hooper and they came to the bat in the next inning and scored six runs on Moffat, which macle the game an uphill pull for Moffat until the eighth inning, when Jim Weaver was caught between third and home plate chasing back hnd forth until the college foot- racer Van Witzel, decided he could outrun Weaver to the plate, Weaver winning the h.ome plate by three lengths tieing the score. In the ninth inning Moffat made one run- and Hooper made one; in the tenth frame neither side scored. In the eleventh the Moffat boys got three men .on bases and Worley Stratton surprised himself and all his friends by knocking a three base hit, scor- ing three runs for Moffat. The final score was 14 to 10 at the end of the eleventh innings in favor of Moffat. Tony Scisemore made a fine show- ing as a pitcher, and the Hooper boys made a mistake by taking him out of the box. Mr. McEwen, who played second base for tlo.oper s a real ball player; he made some ex- ceptionally good plays in the field besides being a heavy hitter. A.P. Cartwright, the Moffat pitcher, toss- ed a good game and Billy Chiles, who played second, made a fast double play, when Hooper had three men on bases. Moffat will play Saguache Sunday April 26th, and Mirage at Mineral Hot Sprmgs on May 3rd. COTTON CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rule and daughter Ethel of Bonanza, were visitors at the Gus Hoffman home Sunday. ttelen Duvall has been on the sck list the past week. Lloyd Moore left Saturday morn- ing for Arkansas, where he will vis- it with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roll enter- tained at dinner Sunday, Joseph Keller, Frank Arand and Wm. Helm. Rev. Turner has purchased a ne Ford touring car. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Evcrson en- tertained at dinner on Wedneslay evening, Rev. and Ms. Gee. Koch of Alamosa. We will keep your COMPENSATION CERTIFICATES In our Vault FREE OF CItARGE. Bring in your certificate and have it in a SAFE PLACE. stayingMr" andzt theYh'S'LessRYGtfllcttJin ?:les hemare  W          i[ i | g gg [ --isfeta, during Mrs. Gullett's absence. = A Mrs. Less Gullett is recovering I ............. AT THE .............. Saguache Theatre day at the hospital in Sal!da. Her[ ieefi many friends Will be F.lad to see her out again after a lo'ng spell oil  aga sickness. " ]  e e County Agent Rochford was uo] e h SATURDAY, APRIL 25th from Center on Wednesday to meet - d POTASH AND PERLMUTTER !ec AND COMEDY arol NEXT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29th - HAROLD LLOYD, IN with the club members. They have started two clubs, the cook:rag and the baby beef clubs. The Lutheran services held las Wednesday evening were well at- tended. Rev. Koch will ho!d ser- i vices every two weeks on Wedne- day evening. Tbe next service will be April 29, at 8 p. m. Ewrybody welcome : The ball game Sunday between Mirage and Saguache at Saguche, was won by Mirage by a 12 to 0 score. The Mirage boys have won all the games they have played this season. The next game will be between Hooper and Mirage next Sunday. Mrs. H. B. Sherman is in Rocky Ford this week. --Special Orders taken for Hats of any kind. Mrs. Ed. Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trickel and Miss Lewis spent Sunday in Salida. o Mr. and Mrs. A1 Fullcnwder of Center, were Saguache visitors last Thursday. o Mr. and Mrs. Art Creger and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tabell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hazard, at the Flying M ranch. On the way home they saw a bunch of seven dee.r, just the other side of the Pass. "GIRL SHY" Cl r' a d lit --- " ..... ro : TO STOP AND WHY [ .:. " Uick c WHERE , '' " bistri ,:. IN. o .:.::'="=':i: BECAUSE ':" THE SPIRIT OF HOSPITALITY TO- ii, rr :-: aETHER WITH SENSIBLE PRICES L 'A q .:" 'llg .* ARE NOTICEABLE IN THE w S ,i: I. ( '=":":" EUREKA HOTEL :i: l de :i: MRS. J. F. JOHNSON IArthu ., i., ..... - "/% **.**e*eee**ee***e *,* ee**e ee*ee ee " .-....'.-.'-. --."-:.':'.">';"ch h, Garden Seed NORTHUP, KING & COMPANY SEEDS 5C All Standard Size 5 Packets Garden Seeds " C Mammoth Packages and Cartoons Sold 'at Prices Marked. We have a limited supply of FANCY YELLOW Onion Sets. Little Chicks Will thrive if you Spray with Hofstra Powder to rid of Mites and Lice, and feed Our Baby Chick Food. Get a supply of both and do away with Little Chick Troubles. Bone Meal and Oyster Shell Sunshine Biscuits A fresh supply just in, package and Bulk Wafers asd Crackers. Family and Picnic Packages. TRY A PACKAGE OF "ANDY GUMPS." National Brooms QUALITY AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED For Fine Sweeping and Particular Housekeepers if: [C Lawn Grass Seed, Pkg. 25c Solitaire Olives New Stock in Attractive Size Packages, from Quart size to small Lunch Bottles. iT Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Our market Department will take care of your wants in these lines. ASPARAGUS RHUBARB HEAD LETTUCE RIPE TOMATOES ONIONS AND RADISHES SPINACH AND NEW CABBAGE NEW CARROTS--WAX ONIONS ORANGES, LEMONS, BANANAS, GRAPEFRUIT