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May 14, 1936

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THURSDAY MAY 14, 1936 THE SAGUACHE CRESCENT ,i SAGUACItE CRESCENT. SAGUACHE, COLORADO ,~ly paper published in County Seat MRS. MARY E. OGDEN, Publisher MARIE V, OGDEN, Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE --o-- Published every Thursday at Sa- guache, the county seat of Sa- guache county in the famous San Luis Valley of Colorado• Entered at the Post Office at *Sa- guaehe, Colorado, as second class mall matter. Each of our subscribers will find the date to wlfich his or her sub- scription is paid, as shown by our books, printed on the paper or wrapper following the name of the subscriber. If there is an er- ror in the date we would be peas- ed to have our attention called to the fact. (Continued from Page One) UNDER THE CAPITOL DOME CH*S. WOOOA *.0 I AN ART BERYL GRISWOLD MARRIED IEd-]LUIIII]U Charles H. Woodard, prominent High School Students Still Playing Alamosa lawyer and former prose- cuting attorney, and Miss Beryl Gris- wold of Colrado Springs were mar- ried in Colorado Sprinds last Friday afternoon. The couple left after the ceremony to spend a honeymoon in Texas and Mexico City. They plan to return to Alamosa about the first of June. Same Old Tricks, Says Student Teacher BY STANFORD FELLERS What is collodion? Collodion, or, why collodion is that of people group that came over on the Mayflower." Mr. Woodard is well-known in Name the different kinds of poles, the law profession in the San Luis "North Pole, South Pole and the Lit- valley. He is active in politics, being erary Digest Pole." These are only county chairman of the Republican a few of the answers that a student party, i teacher hears during his or her six :months' stay at the Alamosa High PILGRIM'S FAITH MISSION ~:School. . . . I God ]s blessing m the revival and souls are getting saved. The Lord willing Rev. W. A. Elkind. our Dist. Supt. of Colorado Springs will ))o with us over this week end. This is his first time to visit us here cud we trust the Lord to make him an added blessing in our midst. We are expecting him to preach on Sat- By Alva A. Swain urday night and Sunday morning and either Sunday afternoon or night. I Services through this week, 7:15 each evening and Sunday at 11:00 a. m., 3:00 p. m. and 7:45 at night. O. J. Spaugh, Pastor. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sunday School 9:45 Morning Worship 11:00 a. m cities and towns• This work in being done in connection with the general campaign to get an abatement of the smoke nuisance• The travel by automobile is in- creasing• The gas tax collections for April this year were $581,441.38. One year ago the April collections were $482,384.25• The total amount of money that If an individual thinks that he has, during his twelve years' of grade and high school, put over anything on hi~ teacher he needs only to take his practice teaching to find out how mistaken that idea was. Having a seat in the back of the room the student teachers gets a "bird's eye" wew of the situation. It is amus- ing to see how different students r~- act under different circumstances, such as "cribbing", writing notes, wasting time and causing a disturb- ance. The students might be new, but the ways in which they carry out the aforementioned are the same ones that have been employed by stu. dents since the time of Herbart; that is the throwing of notes across the will be expended by the state this year on highways will be over $29- 000.0G0.00• Of this amount $1.1,- 000,000.00 will be for new contracts $11.£.~0,000 00 will be for the com- pletion of contracts already let and! four million will be for maintenance ! Federal men are writing histories of local communities all over the! land. Twenty-seven such men are1 writing about the history of local communities in Colorado. They are working under the WPA. Their his- tories are going to knock into a cocked hat many of the legends of the state and many of the stories that have come down to the present generation about men and events in the early years of the state. Recently we took a train trip to Hot Sulphur Springs, a bus trip thru northern Colorado and a plane trip thru Wyoming. We give spring the prize for being the greatest of the four seasons. "At any rate the view: of the growing crops are inspiring'. Incidentally we do not think there is a spot on earth any more beautiful than Colorado in the spring. Blos- soms, sky and landscape viewed from the highway, the railroad or from the air contribute to the happiness of mankind. It cost the state a little over fifty- two hundred dollars to keep the mili- tary department on the southern border for the ten days they were there• Over fdur hundered aliens were stopped• No doubt they are all over here by now. But that is .~ot necessarily a great expense. The les- son learned is worth far more *.h~n that. The Colorado Fuel and Iron com- pany, Colorado's second largest com- pany, earned $726,269.00 during the first quarter of this year. The increase in its earnings comes from the fact that the railroads of the west are buying a lot of new steel. Gasoline Bootleggers Convicted~ The first conviction of any of the men in eastern Colorado who are room, the use of the flesh on the Sunday Evening Evangelistic Ser- arms and legs as a "reserve mater- vice 7:30 p.m. ial" about exam time. I suggest that Brother Ward will be bringing the if these things must-occur why does- SAGUACHE, COLORADO i i il CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC i CHURCH NOTES 1 couNTY ASSEMBLY Pursuant to :Z from the D me ] C. W• Harden, Minister. erotic State Executive Committee l The spirit of gratitude, love and Public Noticeis hereby given that an reverence toward parents ran thru *assembly of thev=_D~legates represent-the services of worship on Mother's ing the DEMOCRATIC Party of the Day. Many of our friends had part County of Saguache is hereby called in the beautiful ministry of flowers and will be convened at the COURT The attendance at church school was HOUSE in the Town of Saguache on largely increased over the previous MONDAY MAY 18th, 1936 at 2:00 session• Our dear little friend, Lor- p.m. The purpose for which said laine Michaud enjoyed birthday County Assembly will be held is as festivities with her teachers and follows: I classmates. Nomination of Eight (8) Dele-i The evening hour was filled wi~h gates to attend the Democratic State music by the fine school 9rchestra Convention to be held in the City of~directed by the instructor, Miss Pueblo State of Colorado at 10:30 Reitz. Childhood, youth and music a. in. on Saturday, May 23rd., 19361under wise leadership and happy en- for the purpose of electing Twelve ', ~ironment is a wonderful combina- (12) Delegates and Twelve (12) Al-ltion. All were delighted with the ternates to the Democratic National lprogram. You will find a helpful Convention to be held in the City ofi fellowship in the morning worship Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania, programs of school and church next beginning June 23, 1936 and for the Sunday. At the evening hour ave election of a National Committee-]will pay honor to the graduates and woman from' Colorado and for *,he! teachers of our high school. We transaction of any and all other l greet them with our prayers and business that may properly come be-]]good wishes. fore said State Convention. I BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM The Delegates from Counties con- stituting each of the four Congres- Processional .... Hollander's March sional Districts in Colorado will meet Hymn, "For the Beauty of the! after the State Convention opens! Earth" and on the same day and at thePrayer same hour and place and make re- "Shepherdess" .. Hugh S. Roberton commendations of persons to he Girls' Sextet elected as Delegates to the National Scripture Convention. ..Offering The County Assembly shall con-iV°col Duet, "The Beautiful City;' sist of Two (2) Delegates at Large .................. Ira B. Wilson and Two additional Delegates for Mildred Reitz and Leslie Henry each 100 votes or fraction thereof Sermon cast for Hen. Ed C. Johnson for Gee-i''Al°ha Oe" . ......... Illiuokalani AUCTION SALE I will offer at public sale to th0 highest bidder, at what is known as the White House, Washington, D. C, the following property: [ 1937 January 8, 1937 ! Beginning promptly at 10:00 o'clock A. M. One Democratic platform that ht~ never been used, therefore as good as new; One aged mule, unbrokeV and slightly blemished; A few broad smiles; One car-load of mixed feed" ing cattle, if not shot before day eI sale; The bones of 12,000,000 little pigs, and sows, which died from the effect of the AAA; One herd boar, sired by eilverite and expansion, sad damned by everybody; 150,000 bu~ hels good seed corn raised in Sou0 America, also some Canadian sen wheat; 4 $14 bushels AAA potato# stamped and wrapped in tissue I~ per; One ship load of cotton goes imported from Japan; 128,542 cor~ hog contracts to he offered one wlt) the privilege of all; One joke boo) containing all eodee a~d the Rus~ alphabet; 72 eatapfllers picked 1~ fore frost and approved by the Brsi~ Trusters; One big Chisel; All CCC tools including picks, forks, spad@ shovels, hoes, rakes, axes, grubbing hoes, scythes, harrows, and gardeP plows. All farmers who expect to go bad t'o farming in 1937 should attend t~ sale. Free lunch to Hobo~ Blue Eagle sandwiches and beer. Terms: All sums of $10.00 ~ under cash in hand with 50 ct. d~ Jars. No gold to be accepted. sums over $10.00, 300 years ti~ message Special smgin ewry , • " • " g - n t some one make a study of the Girls' Sextet I | " .... ~ _ ~ ernor at the General Election Held in~ will be given to foreigners with0# mght.. Evan.gehstie . serwce every various ways and improve upon the 1934 making a total number of Dole- Hymn, "Grant us Thy Peace" interest, while 30 days time will ~t evening All are welcome to attend • methods and make a living selling his gates for each Precinct as follows and Benediction given to Americans" witl~ bankab~ these services Come to this old: much detailed inform ti- "-'" • . " a on zo zne each Committeeman and Committee-I notes to draw all the interest, sat ~me reffval and hear the word of lesser intelligent persons along those woman are hereby requested to -all EPISCOPAL CItURCH taxes they can stand. J tsou. uome and find Jesus, sweet lines their Precinct Caucuses on SATUR-I There will b~--s~services at the Epis Auctioneers and clerks 1;o be peace to your soul• ispeAcift~raa erie DAY MAY 16th, 1936 at such hyar copal Church on T~lursday evening lected on day of sale by the B~ Roy. & Mrs. J. A. Stapleton, Pastor~ instruction,P " d oftheObServatiOnstudent teach-and as is most convenient in their ~'e-~nd Holy Communion on Friday Trusters. | "I hear tbe drum's discordant sound er takes over the responsibilities of a spective Precincts, except that said morning, May 14th and 15th. i UNCLE SAM, Owner.[ Parading 'round and 'round and regular teacher• Usually the ~ Caucuses shall be held in Center ati .... , j 'round: ! ~.~tu the Town Hall and at Saguache "at i i ! I i To me it talks of ravaged plains, Ident teacher is n°tified ahead °f ~lme ~ m fl I~ i~ H i/ ~J Ps I ~--~1 the Court House at 2:00 p.m. 'I I ]iT ]tTA IT i And burning towns, and ruined when he is to teach; this enables Precinct No. Delegates swains, him to make out lesson plans anu any Villa Grove 4 I I And mingled, limbs, and dyin~ groans,, l other information in teaching• The , And widow s tears, and orphan s ........ Moffat 2 i | moans, nI'Sl; (lay ox actual ~eacningis a nee- Crestone 2 I • ~ i • i • • • in m • • i i i • • i | And all that misery's hand bestows er-to-be forgotten event in the life _ . " ! • •~ •~ i • •• • • i • • I i • • i | To fill the catalogue of human woes."iof a young school teacher• In ~hat ~ ?arlta 4 ! i ~m, • V V ,~ • ~ ~ ~t | ~N [ -- en er i r | . . !one day he may see his ambitious , , charged w~th gasoline bootleggin,~ Sa r. . . " , ...... ' ' ~'irealized or he may for the first time guache o The opening of the Fellcrs Hardware unde nas oeen securea m tkl~ worsen court-7 ....... Sargents 2 I • the new man--o~o-* ~ P R P,,gk - - • ., ..a ,~. ..... : ...... t.^ ~_~ e see ~na~ ne womu never De a success- ~.__ ~ • ~*~,~,~,t u, ~x. ~. ~x,.,~,~. • . ~[ut scnom ~eacner The tho,a~tlt¢ W V IU • " the supreme court. Richard Halder-i ...... ~ ,. . ~ " Cochetopa 2 t i e a c your patronage, we have tr~ed to • . ~na~ wanner ~nrougn nIs mind those she oLlr -' man was fined five hundred dollars ..... Bonanza 2 [ i w appre~atmn by our service-- but nrs~ ~ew minutes tha} he IS befme 1 for selling gasoline without a license it .... " All Democrats are invited to par-: i greater than all da we value your ~ood will, • ne cross are ~oo numerous ~o men- . . . . . -- and for bringing it Into the state ti " ,, tin,pate in the above mentioned i and to con*i-,,o ,t.~, .. ,~,, ~..a ..... h,, ;, without ,,a-,in~ the four cent stat-" on, but some are: What is that ~ i • ..... ,--~ ~ ~,~, t~a*tawtw~ ~-S.,,eSS ~ s - ~ • . waucuses. ~ . . tax. Halderman is one of many cit-!b°y in the back of the room up to? _w3w~ M,t~TTT,W i i is our greatest a~m. . • . o der ff I will be able to answ- . lzens in eastern Colorado who are! . Chairman g Ouahtles that arethc bast-- Prices ~uara e " . , ~ ~ n- • • r all the questions asked b the i charged w]¢h having beaten the gaso-~t ................ Y, " ~ i | teed to be the lowest-- You should see our • ~s~uuenl;s.' Will i ~e able to hold l hne tax law. Some of them are .. ~OUNTY SUPERINT~N ....... ', ~ _-:~_ t._g ........ L..._ ........... i~neir attention and interest for the ~ , t~t~t ur. m pt'~.~ u~tur~ yuu uuy. cnargeu wi~n having vea~en me gas- , ........ ~ - ........ i entire period?' As the lesson get~ ~ttOOL3 1 • Ollne mx law. ~ome o~ ~nem are . ~' } • ~ ~.~ ~ ~, ,-~ ~ ~ - . .... , :under way the student teacher be- ~ , • charged with brlngnng gasohne m.o comes more confi ........ Several schools will be closed thisl I ~(IHH ~ H~:ll~[~7"~lllPdC:lt +ho ~+o+~ ..,;+h..+ h..,;... -_:., .,..~ uenr, ana Oelleves . .. .LL~.JJS_~a_~ ~ J-.L~Jt ~.4L VV L.~. ~,, ~that ever,~thin,- is ..... ~-; ........ ~-,- e , ~ age, LaGamta, Alder, Cres- m .... tax. and then get~mg refunds frOm.ou~ ....... .~ • . Y tone., Bonanza, Vill.- ~rove,C M~Fat- m rnone b Saguache, Colorado • ~ w~ t ~ aiways oe worgmg smoo~h- t the state on the claim that the Ease-~ l- * " land, Veteran, Sargents, Moffat, and i ~ i~ii ~ a~m~mm m~ ~mmm line was used for agricultural our- y" Crookton. ~ " • • -~ poses• I should say not. A trivial event ~o-- i ;':":':'~ ~~:":":'~'~:':'O4"~ Col.)rode in Good Shape-- l occurs, girls "giggle," the boys laug'h, Supt. era Carson was visiting thei {~LTM A I Dr~ g'~ Colorado has fewer men out of someone who has not had an inte]li- Crookton and Sargents schools last! Ol2#Z"]kl.a DJL~U~s work per thousand population thanigent thought all year comes forth week. Her mother Mrs. Hunsaker[ almost any of the other states. Ac-with a supposedly wise-saying--that accompanied her. They were gone! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ eordingto Washnigtonreports, thelis all that is needed Bedlam is the two days. o I 'm m-~m)~ ~||~ total number of men out of work result, and if the student teacher i~ • I s 12,184,000• The one percent idea fortunate enough to keep the ::eel There are several new members ont ~ ,mm • . mm ] "m would give us 121,840 out of work.!on, or the shrieks and moans from the school boards over the country,i ~ I. I ~. ~ ~ The facts are there are less than 55,- reaching the office he considers him- since last school election May 4¢h , 000 people out of work in the state:self an expert on discipline. Saguache, Mirage, Alder, Sargents, Two states,~Vyomingand Montana, The highschoolstudents receive Hooper, Center, Hodding and Jack's SAGUACHE COLO have a better average• the student teacher with a great deal Creek, elected the same members ~ • When Your Clothes areyou Are ~ Distinctive For Genuine all WooI quality wear "I-N-T-E-R-N-A-T-I-O-N.A.L" Made to Measure Clothes, America's Finest R. O. B UCKLEY • .,. ,., .. .. ..... . ...... :. .: • ,:,:..:. of pleasure. Inasmuch as their tal- ents are no longer appreciated bv : the high school faculty, the students :!get their chance to shower the other teachers with their cleverness and brilliance that is equal to the fourth grade level in value. , Oh yes--the student teachers get to help grade the exam papers. It is rather disheartening to the student teacher to see the papers come back i with the wrong answer to some prob- : lem or question that was stressed in , class while he was in charge. That's i what makes the student teachers Be Prepared/ Fire, accidents-- emergencies ! A telephone summons help instantly. You Can Have One for a Few Cents a Day i come back over t'o the College scrat- ching their heads and wondering if ~there is an opening for a good per- son as a street sweeper. t However, there is always the pos- I sibitity that someday some of these i students will make a name for them- i selves in tbe various fields of sport, !education or in the professional ~world and we as student teachers can point with pride and say "he was in my class•" The students of the high schools of today exemplify the spirit of the youth of today: "Never do today !what you can put off until tomor- iI'OW." who have been serving. Several ap-'i pointments were made in these dis- i " " i tr cts since last electron a year ago, b i ut these same ones were elected atI the last election• Moffat has a new: member, Mr. era Plattz; Crestone! has two new members, Mr. Noah! Tucsdayo May 26, '36 ILD ANIMAL CIRCUS Mayer and Alfred Collins; Bonanza has one new member, Mrs. C. B. Lamb; Villa Grove has one new mem- ber, Mr. A. J. Hall; Parkville has one new member, Mr. Calvin Bot- torff. The other ~listricts have not sent in their election reports. era Carson, County Superintendent. NOTICE That all mining operations on Baca Grant No. 4, are being carried on by Leases and the undersigned Company will not be responsible in ar~y manner for bills of what-so-ever nature cantracted by any of said!'. Leasees. I SAN LUIS VALLEY LAND & CATTLE CO., tf. Crmstone. Colo. SWAT THE FLY I Combined With Oklahoma Bud's Real Wild West ACRES OF WATERPROOF TENTS HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE HERDS OF PERFORMINGEL EPHANTS BEAUTIFUL HORSES Aerial and Gymnastic Stars of the Circus World Including a Mammoth Wild Animal Menagerie With Cage After Cage of RARE WILD BEASTS Two Performances 60 TO A BI6 SHOW SPECIAL ADMISSION Children 250 Adults 500 Circus Grounds West of Town On the Gunnison Highway Free Parking Space for Hundredsof Cars