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May 1, 1930     The Saguache Crescent
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May 1, 1930

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THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1930. .... i NEW SPRING PRINTS Have Just Arrived Children's Dresses New Prints for, Children From "i 2 to 16 years. New Arrival of Ladies Print ~,~ Dresses for Summer.~ Men's Hats and Caps Work Clothes a Specialty i IT PAYS TO TRADE AT MOFFAT Mrs. Carl Percival of Hooper spent last Thursday afternoon visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hall,, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Campbell, C,-.t~.. l~rris. George Bell, Miss GeorgJa Lee Schnelle, W. A. Albert, Ray Bradley, Ruth Roetker, Marguer!te Campbell, Jeanette Albert and Frances Garris accompanied the base ball boys to Sa- guache last Friday, where they played the Saguache Spanish team. The game ended with a score of 12 to 13 in favor of Maffat. Boyd Bunker was taken to the hos- pital at Salida Sunday and under- went an operation for appendicitis Monday. Mrs. Chas. Kunsman returned last week from Denver, where she has spent the past two months. Georgia Lee Schnelle, Hugo Jack- son and Pe~Ty Miles were guests of the Adams State Normal annual sen- SHERMAN'S o i°rbanquetlastsaturdayeveningat Mrs. Win. Cole, who recently re- turned from an extended trip thru "THE RELIABLE STORE" the east, and daughter, Mrs. Bernie Phone 45W Hunsaker were Moffat visitors Men- GROCERIES AND MEATS At The Most Reasonable Prices Best Groceries of all Kinds. 0nly the Best Brands of all Products Everything at Reasonable Meats and Prices. For True Econamy and Wisdom in Buying,--Call at our store. Goods Always Fresh. Deliveries Made. S Sa uachc Grocery and $arkct That's Jack's Place--Phone 104, day. iThe telephone men and their faro? ities left last Thursday, having com- pleted their improvements here. Mrs. John Finnel has been quite sick this week with a bad case of tonsilitis. Clark's store is displaying a newly painted sign on the front window. The Moffat high school will pr_,- sent its spring play Friday evening, May 2nd, at 8 p.m. It is a three-act comedy entitled, "A Regiment of Two." The plot is based on a scheme two husbands perpetrate in their wives. The action is cleverly arrang- ed and situations very amusing. You will not want to miss it. Characters of the play are as follows: Ira Wilton ............ Ivan Martin Eliza Wilton . .Marguerite Campbeil Laura Wilton ...... Jeanette Albert Grace Sewall ........ Ruth Roetker Arthur Sewall ...... George Miles Harry Brentworth ...... Perry Miles Conrad Melzer ...... George Morris Lena, the German Maid ....... : ................ Frances Garris The annual school election will be held next Monday for the purpose of electing a treasurer. CRES?0 w BONANZA Mrs. Albert Winters returned home Saturday from the hospital in Salida, where she spent the past two weeks. Mrs. Dq4cof~by Campbell, who was very ill last week, was removed to a Salida hospital. County seat visitors last Thursday were Dr. and Mrs. Kortright, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hayes and Mrs. Max Wil- lianas and daughter. Mrs. Gee. Mauk visited several days last week in Salida with her parents, Mr. and Mrz. Bert Heister. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mahoney made a business trip to Salida Wednesday. Mrs. Mahoney remained there for a few days to receive medical treat- ment. Morrell Mhckenzic and Stanford and Franklin Mahoney drove to Den-] ver Sunday evening. Stanford plans on driving a new Ford home. A number from here enjoyed Blos- som Day at Canon City. Hershel Burgess was called to Canon City Saturday on account of the sudden illness of his wife. Mr. and Mrs. George Hughes of Gunnison, spent Monday with their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray S. Hughes. Mrs. E. A. VanWinkle, Mrs. Carl Christian and Mrs. N. E. Buck en- joyed the day shopping in Salida Saturday. Mrs. W. IT. McNutt is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Alice Bennett, in Silverton, this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Timney Jr. are the proud parents of a baby boy, born early Monday morning at Salida. Wm. Campbell of Dayton, Ohio, is visiting friends here. The R. B. Wirick family spent Sunday in Crestone with his parents. MINERAL HOT SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Dunshee were Salida visitors one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Green and Elsie Mac Perrin of Denver, were calling on friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nell O'Kane and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sohn and children were sightseeing at the sand dunes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kepley and Lowry Lane were Salida business call- ers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. V. P. "Patrick and , Mrs. Emma B• Pilkington motored to ~Wagon Wheel Gap Sunday, to visit Saguache, - - - Colorado Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alamosa, were Crestone visitors Fro- day. Dr. Bradley and wife are moving from Center to Crestone for the sum- mer. t Mr. and MYs. John Lamm spent MEN'S SILK UNDER'- andM°nday evening at the home of M.-.Mrs. Loren White. r, SHORTS-nd The children of all the grades have molded small pots of water-mix clay WEAR ~L which hardens as it dries. These were then lacquered green, filled with soil and' planted with nasturtium seed. They are being carefuly watched and watered, as they are to be used as Mother's Day gift.,. Mrs. Tom Nickerbocker of Salida, and Mrs. Gus Peterson of Mirage, spent a few days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Murphy. Miss Rena Murphy went home with her sister for a short visit in Salida. A. Wolfe expects to move his fam- ily to Salida in the near future. 'School will case May 9th. A basket dinner will be held at the picnic grounds and everyone is invited. Little Bobby Stout had the ntis- fortune to crush if not break his lit- tle finger by the window falling .m B V D's ¢ Fisher of i Hanley B. Pilkington. Sam Bunker took his brother Boyd to the hospital Sunday evening where he underwent an operation for appendicitis on Monday. Mrs. Belle Cole and her daughter, Mrs. Bernie Huntsucker, were busi- ness callers in the Springs Monday• Niels Jergensen is doing some car- penter work for R. Dunshce this weeJ< Dr. F. J. Roggelin, wife and son of Loveland, were very pleasant visit- ors here Monday. They were on their way to Ouray to take charge of the sanitarium there, giving the ra- dium sweat baths with electric and chiropractic treatments ',afterwards. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wharton took in Apple Blossom Day at Canon City. Back to the Reform School Mike Atencio, a young lad of 19 years, started to work on the David ranch four miles from Center Mon- day morning, became tired of plow- ing at the same riffle Mr. and Mrs. David left the ranch for Center. On their return home they discovered the lad missing, and $28 which Mrs. Dav- id had left in a bureau drawer. Mike .... his hand. made a few purchases in Center, i Ladies Silk Hose Mr. Keys and Mr. Johnson made pants, sweater, shirt, hat and shoes. a business trip to Denver last week. After a shave and hair cut he paid a Quenton Jegerson was quite sick Mexican boy $3.50 for a ride to Sa- [~l $1"45 and $1.95. ,I Saturday. F°urthltheguache to visit his sweatheart, who iSa promin- _. Crestone will celebrate the kitchen mechanic for : ~ [ of July. The fish and game club will lent family. He engaged a room at 1 1 ;[furnishthepr°gramf°rthed~13" tthe Eureka h°tel" On leaving the" slivr~ '~ | ]next morning, landlady Mrs. Johnson [t "t~,,~4b '1[ka Cl~-at'' ]discovered a loss of $12 which she ~] --~" " '|~ ~,¢mnl~ I described asltwo one dollar bills and | f"~ ~\~, I~" e to do lars and dimes. Sheriff ~ ~\'~ ~'.,~ iPaul took the boy in charge. He is @! \~ ~:,~(~ [waiting at the county jail to be tak- | ~k.~ ~ ~,~'~) [en back to Buena Vista to join his oll ~ [ school mantes and crooked friends. One Lot Ladles ~j ~ ~ [ If you are'--'inclined t--'-----~be down- $1.45 $1.95l/ShoesSl.95$2.95 $3.95 ~[ 2 t ~~_.~@~ ~world is giving you the little end of / ~/ ~ T~lffdP2t| ~ /hearted and feel blue and think the tO l~l~,l~~ttO- lit, just think that during the next ......... A t "1 [three months comes green beans, ~/ ~v~'L"~" [roasting ears, new potatoes, new ][/ -I" [peas, strawberries and watermelons. ][l It's yours for less than two cents /If that xv~n't ~h~o +h,, hl,,,~ o,.,~,. ~]g[ a day when you read the j ............................ 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One is as natural as the other, but only one brings real satisfaction. Make your ehoice today and start a Savings account to- day in this bank, and become a eapitalist. Sa nachc (:aunty National Ban|[ SAGUAC.£, CO'O~DO £apital and Surplus $80,000 HAMMOND Mercantile Co. Saguache, Colorado FRESH MEATS PROVISIONS GROCERIES VEGETABLES_ FRESH FRUITS Everything in High Grade food pro- ducts, Fancy Dried Fruits, Candies, Nuts and-- Fish and Oysters in Season STOCK SALT CHICKEN FEED CALL ~, OUR DELIVEB SERVICE IS COAL IF YOUR Coal bin is empty--fill it Have it in shape so that you can snap your the first cold snap and laugh as you stand befor~ geniaI fire. We have tons of it to burn. SEND IN YOUR ORDERS NOW FOR SALE BY L. W. GROSS Saguache, Colo. ATTRACTIVE PRICES No. 2 size can ............................. 25¢ for 2 ¢~ Colorado Columbine Brand Tomatoes No. 2½ s~ze- can .............................. 35c for 2 ¢~ Castile Brand Narrow Grain Sugar Corn No. 2 size can ..................... 25c for 2 CampbelIs Pork and Bea.m ¢¢ith ., Tomato sause Medmm stze can ......... 25c for 2 c~' ' ',Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Overalls, Mens Furnishings, Groceries and Hardware~ PHONE 32 F. RIDGEWAY & sON DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HARDWAB~ IMPLEMENTS AND