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THURSDAY MAY 14, 1936 THE $~UA~HE CRESCENT $A~UACHE, COLORADO W.F. BOYD If'* Notary Public I I" ROBERT R. TARBELL LAWYEI SAGUACHE, COLORADO Dr. J. M. STONE Dentist Saguaohe Hotel Dr. S. E. KORTRIGHT Physician & Surgeon Phone l15J Saguaehe, ColGrado W. H. CUTLER ARTISTIC PAINTING AND DECORATING Phone 79. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherlock an, daughter, Mrs. Marie Noland, Mrs. Kate Jordan and daughter, Leona, came in Tuesday evening from an extended trip to New Mexico, Utah, and California. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davis and children and Miss Lorna Stevens were Monte Vista callers Saturday. THEATRE Saguache, Colorado THURSDAY To.Night MAY 14 "3 Kids and a Queen" Paramount News FRIDAY ~ SATURDAY MAY 15 and 16 DOUBLE FEATURE John Howard Wendy Barrie "Millions In The Air" "Western Frontier" Popeye Cartoon Sunday--Monday- Tuesday MAY 17, 18, and 19 SHIRLEY TEMPLE "THE LITTLE REBEL" M. G. M. NEWS I Armies World June Bride~ WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY MAY 20 end 21 SYLVIA SIDNEY "Mary Burns. Fugitive" Comedy and Single Paramount News FIRST SHOW STARTS AT 7:1~ $ $ S $ $ * $ $ * PERSONAL MENTION * m s qs ~ s , Growing things never grow old. Mrs. Sheldon Dilley and Mrs. Faye Fem~ell are on the scik list this week. Mr and Mrs Mort Gould of Salida attended the funeral of Dean Red- head Sunday W. W. Felmlee and son Bobby of Center were business callers in Sa- guache Monday. Mrs. George Hazard and Carolyn Sherman left for Denver Tuesday to be gone several days. Mrs. Bruns and daughter o~ Crestone were visiting friends and relatives in Saguache Monday. Frances Kenney of Denver will be a house guest of her grand mother Mrs. Maude Lockett for a month or six weeks. ! Mrs. Myrtle Gardner and .ran Bruce and Mrs. Josie Cuenin left Monday morning for Fruita, Colo., where Mrs. Cuenin will remain with a son, Oria Craig, for the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lockett of Salida, Mr and Mrs. John Gardner, Mrs. Myrtle Gardner and Joe Gard- ner of near Center were guests of Mrs. Maude Lockett and daughters Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dilley and son James Arthur of Alamosa came in last SaturdAy evening and remained over Sunday the guests of Mrs. Drucilla O'Neil and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Creger. Mrs. R. Dunshee of Mineral Hot Springs came over for the funeral of Dean Redhead Sunday and also remained over for the funeral of Tom Gray. While here Mrs. Dunshee was the guest of Mrs. C. E. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hibler and son Gene of Salida came over for the Base Ball boys dance last Saturday evening and remained over Sunday to attend the funeral of Dean Red- head, while here they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burris Martin'. In last week's Crescent the state. The Representatives of the vari- THE FEEDING OF A CIRCUS ous local clubs in Saguache are heM- IS A TREMENDOUS PROBLEM ing a meeting this afternoon at the ~ _ home of Mrs. W. F. Boy& Miss Inmgine a town or city of five Genevieve Artz, Field Secretary of!hundred to fifteen hundred people, the Colorado Tuberculosis Associa- tion, is meeting with them to discuss tuberculus problems of Saguache county and Colorado. John B. Redhead of Grayling, Michigan, father; Mrs. Clyde Carr of Del Norte sister, and two brothers: Ralph Redhead of Detroit, Michigan and Jack Redhead of Grayling, Mich- igan, attended the funeral of their son and brother Dean Redhead Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Miscavige of Detroit, Michigan, are visiting rela- tives and friends here. They were called to attend the bed side of Mr. Gray, Mrs. Miscavige's father, bu~ his death occured before their ar- rival. They were in time for the funergl. J. W. Dilley, who has been quite ill in the hospital in Del Noz'te, is im- proved, according to relatives here. Mrs. Dilley returned from Del Norte Sunday night, having spent a few days there with him.~Salida Mail. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sims and daughter, Mary Kay, and Bud Davis of Meade, Kansas, have been visiting' at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. George Sims for the past ten days. The Misses Virginia McNew, Geo- rgie McClure, and Dorothy Hagan of Salida were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hagan and family last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Colvin were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wil- liams and their house guest, Mrs. Anne Morhan Sunday Mrs. Ferne Childs accompanied Jack Kesselring and two nurses of Durango to Denver Monday, return- ing Wednesday. The Fortnightly club entertained l at their annual spring luncheon Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. W. L.I I Hammond. [ The program at the communityi church for the Baccalureate services Sunday evening will be found in this issue under the church no,Psi [ or Gradu/ ti Again..- their usual run of business houses :b~a~t ~l~ the branches ~ business it requires to supply them with the nee- essit'ies of life. Just picture a city that same size traveling' about thru out the universe. All the people in one gathering or body and always intact. Then visualize the tremend- ous problem of feeding a traveling city. That is what Seal Bros. Cir- cus does every day in the year. Each day in a different city or town and a different locaticn. Each day ~he kitchen is set up in some other town, sometimes two hundred miles away. Then try to compare this organiza- tion back of it, that has all three meals at a regular time They sel- dom miss the hour at the time the meal is called: After you have pie- tured this problem then you have a fair idea of the terrific task you would have 12 yeu were r~quired to supervise the labor of it all. It would seem impossible to do so, but that is exactly what Seal Bros. Cir- cus does evelT day, like all large cir- cuses in America, accomplish from day to day as a part of the usaa] routine Buying of the bread, meat, gToceries and other provisions and preparing the daily rations for the people of the Tented City, as Seal Bros. Circus is nothing less than a small city within itself, as they have their own doctor, lawyer, detective baker, barber, carpenter, mechanics nurses, veterinarian, in fact ever artisan of a small city. So be on hand early and see the unloading of the circus and see ho~ rapidly it is erected. The circus is the oldest form of amusement and dates back to the days of the Ro- mans and no doubt will always have its thrills as long as time. The cir- cus is not only for the kids but ~I you will take a close observation of the crowds you will see that most of the kids are past the middle ~taEe of life, but we like to have a good excuse, so if you have no little tot borrow one. SAGUACHE FARMER HAS MISHAP " In an attempt to put in a new The Deed t.o Your Home-- Your Private Letters Stock Certificates Your WilI Bonds-- Should be placed in a safe deposit box, since they ate not safe for a minute from fire, from theft, or from the prying eyes of those who have no right to see them. Relief from anxiety about the safety of your property is worth many times the small rental charge. SaSuache County National Bank (ESTABLISHED 1880) Member of Fe&raI Deposit Insurar~ce Corporation $5,000.00 Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor GIRL SCOUT NEWS w Six guests accepted the hospital- ity of the Girl Scouts Saturday when they entertained at a Mother's Day meeting. A model campfire pro- gram was given, with cleverly ar- ranged stunts, and the usual "sing" around the fire. Refreshments were served following the program. Our Scout seniors will be guests of the troop next Saturday. Bring your~ dues next time! ATTENTION SCHOOL DIRECTORS School boards are urged to see that all district bills for this fiscal year are paid early in June so that such warrants may be cashed or reg- istered by the Co. Treasurer before the close of the school fiscal year June 30th. Also, any funds such as tuition due the district this year should be credited to the district's account before the annual financial statement is made. The amount of outstanding warrants at the close of the year has often caused difficulty in balancing the yearly report, and much of this work can be avoided if the year's business is closed early in ment saying Mrs. Belle Fellers and h~,~." sluing, on his Ford coupe last Thurs- . . ~,,,s day n} ht, Tom Davis }ecmved pal ~ June had been residents of Sa- t g " "" " family guache for 11 years was incorrect. The High" School girls' Supper club~ ful injuries on his right hand. The ~r r~ ~ - ....... -" -- -~ ~L . ....... , i ,. , -- .t "ack an" " " *he ,v. ~J. x~rrol, waLer SUperviSor o.t iney nave lesl(Jed here ior ~ne oast~met Tuesda evenln "~vlth Mar Hof cai sllpped OlI ~ne 3 d le~ " ' " t " Y " g "' ~ Y :'i ,'." ........ ['~ Alamosa and Saguache counties, was 95yems, 11 of which they have fmann and Ruth Dav]dson enure weight of the cm xan on rne 2, "', " i " " I ." ...... .. ". a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira been engaged in the hardware buM-[ ~ I paim of ~ne nand pruning nun under P.~.,;~ ,v .... ao,, MI and M~s T]bo Galle o~ ~v }e the r fo ur f o * ...... " t "- -. " " g - 'e' ca r two he s r m 7 unJ] ......... ness m Grand Junctmn for a few days ,: e 9 m Tom lost conscmusness sev- , ~ , . _ ! .... I P . " ..... Williard Ward o~ ~aguaene left on ,m,, q~. A~o~;,, SChools wher,~ipas~ week on business, t eral ~imes anu Iinany regainea con., , , , -.e .......... c.,. . , " ~i I .... /the bus Wednesaay morning for Pat- a~ ,;~ ~,m,,~ ~- ~ +~-h; .... th, ~ ~ ~eiousness enough to remase nimse~ii .............. ' ................. s , ~ ~ ............ ~ ......... !terson, Missouri, on business an~] past nine months, will be closed thi~! aoe ~neesiey, t~ene ~mmms and from the ear. ur l h t~ot~ne~r . "" i .... ~ W - Garner motore to Denve~ - , ~ Ipteasure. tie w it remain several E d d diessed the ~ouna and iom ]s an Friday Mr. Fellers will return tel " " " " -" weeks. Saguache to spend his summer vaca-last week end. parently getting along nicely at this tion with relatives and friends. He! writing. plans to continue his teaching duties John McClure of Center was v Horace Marold came in from Ft. at San Acacio again this fall. busines caller at the court house in Paul Sickler visited his parents Collins Saturday to attend the fun- i Saguache Tfiesday. the past Sunday. eral of Dean Redhead. May we remind you that we have plenty of useful, attractive gifts for the graduates-- and there will be no charge for ribbon or paper used in wrapping them. Also.-- May we remind you that straw hat sea- son is here and we have them in all styles-- Hawley Troppers, Peanits etc. 35c to $1.25 Dress Straws for Men to $2.25 And.-. We still have a few beautiful flowered crepe dresses from our $7.95 line that we have reduced to $5.95. TARBELL'S SAGUACHE, -:- : COLORADO E. R. Mosher, Ephie, Gaye Galla- gher and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alley and children motored to Biedell camp Sunday evening and enjoyed a lovely camp supper. County Commissioners,_ George Curtis, Jacob Barsch. and W.E. Gardner and County Clerk, Nick Fu- son motored to Gunnison Wednes- day for a joint meeting with the Gunnison county officials regarding the Cochetopa pass highway. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Skates and daughter, Lois Cleve, a~d M~t and Mrs. Howard Alley and daughter Charlotte Mae, are visiting relatives in Denver and Cheyenne this week. Harland Cutler is working at the Hammond Mere. Co., during the ab- sence of Mr. Alley THE BUCKLEY MORTUARY A GUIDING HAND IN YOUR HOUR OF NEED: ANY TIME--ANY WHERE R. O. Buckley REGISTERED MORTICIAN Saguache, Colorado. PHONE 48W | I _ IIIII I II~ THE DEPENDABLE SOURCE FOR GOOD GROCERIES "1 FOl OVER TEN YEARS Steadily and soundly our business has grown in size and efficiency because of the disposition of our customers to appreciate fair dealing. i,i , ,r ,m I ICE SERVICE FOR SUMMER Starts Ha)' 15th Ice Days Tuesdays and Fridays Service $2.50 Per Month i II i Prices Consistent With Quality---Vqrithout Extravagance AT SAGUACHE'S FINEST FOOD STORE HA..OND .ERC INTILE COHPMNY TELEPHONE NO. 47 . .:- . SAGUACHE, COLORADO One ~radu~ State ~rees eises ( z~g to registr Mis~ ~aaaeh~ degree Ada Alamo eat gr( field 1 ~Thirty feet t ~arl I Ren~ ~e W the st~ eeted