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November 20, 1930     The Saguache Crescent
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THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1930 ....... ,,,,, ,, , ,, Y]D 8AOUA0]n 0XES031~J? ~- '- , .. ~ --~ SAGUACttE CRESCENT. Only paper published in County Seat CHAS. W. OGDEN, Publisher Published every Thursday at Sa- guache, the county seat of Saguache county In the famous San Luls Val- ley of Colorado, SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Entered at the Post Office aLSaguache, Colorado, as second class mall matter E~h of our subscribers will find the date to which his or her subscription is paid, as shown by our books, print- ed on the paper or wrapper following the name of the subscriber. If there is an error in the date we would be pleased to have our attention called to the fact. The Crescent ehaTges for all Cards of Thanks, Memorlnm~ and all per- wants Whleh Is adv, ertlsfag and not news to anFone but the writer. COI .OIlL~DO P ASSOCIATION ade was served during the evening. Andrew Forbes while returning from the easta few days ago, where he went with a shipment of 350 lambs, stopped in Pueblo long enough to purchase 50 high grade Shropshire and Merino rams, which he now has on his home ranch 8 miles southeast of town. Eph Mitchell is in the turkey rais- ing business. He borrowed a gobbler from a kind hearted friend in town last spring, and a hen turkey from another friend, both of these friends being ladies, and we anticipate that he will have turkeys enough to sup- fly all for Thanksgiving. A. Brewer returned last night !tom Denver. He has been away from Saguache about four weeks and he looks as though he was glad to get back home, and also that his trip had done him good. Will Ham, Oscar Proffitt and the Allen boys were deer hunting on Four Mile from last Friday till Monday. It is probably unnecessary for them to make an affidavit that they did not break the game law. Clint Gray, Herman and Fred Sehroeder, Carl Williams and Ira Colvin went to Bonanza this week where they expect to get work pre- ~rlON~J. EDITORIAL ASSOClATI0. IN SAGUACHEI new mill that is to be erected in that substan- tial camp. CRESTONE Cyntella Mayer spent the weekend with Betty,Jean Keys. Mrs. Lucy Farnham ate Sunday dinner with Mrs. Lige Strosser. Mrs. Noah Mayers, Mrs. Charles Walrath and Mrs. John Charles spent Wednesday with Mrs. Keys on Cotton creek. George Fisher of Alamosa was in town Tuesday. " Mrs. George Farnham and family of Moffat, spent Saturday in Cres- tone. Deputy Sheriff Luther Campbell was in town Saturday. Jason Hall and family of Center, visited relatives in Crestone Sunday. SHEEPMEN, ATTENTION l Special meeting of all sheepman called for afternoon of Saturday, Nov. 22, 1:30 p. m., Saguache Coun- ty Court House. Many problems of importance to us are facing us for this fall and the coming year. I~et us get together as business men and try to arrange our program. The questions of wages, shearing fees, predatory animal control, as- sessments and valuations. The Na- tional Wool Growers meeting will be held in Colorado Springs December 10-11-12. Be present and lend your support. I. N. GOTTHELF i D. J. KRAMER Jeweler and Optometrist Salida, Colo. , m j Interesting Items Taken From the F;les of The Crescent Thursday, Nov. 14, 1901 O. D. Bran, F, dttor. The high school students are re- hearsing a play to be glven before vacation. We understand that Johnny O'Neil is now back in Iowa visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. L. W. Sharp, of Bonanza, was visiting friends in town a few days the past week. Dave Glasgow, who is now the oc- cupant and owner of the Hice ranch, above Alder, is in town today. Tug Wilson was in town Tuesday on his way from Creede to Bonanza, where he is looking after some mining property. Danny Vigil's father, a brother of the late Mrs. John Lawrence, of San Luis, visited in Saguache several days last week. W. A. Bronaugh, of Monte" Vista, was in this vicinity Monday and Tuesday looking for horses for the English to use in South Africa. John W. Cook, county clerk elect, V. S. Wilson of the Miner and Wm. H. Cochran of the Eagle, all of Cres- tone, were in town Monday, having business at the court house. Among those from Bonanza at- tending the after election dance here Friday night w~ noticed W. E. Gard- ner, Dr. and Mrs. Kortright, Mrs. Craig, Herbert Ellis and wife~ and Mrs. Paul. Henry Braham and Roll Means are arranging for an old fashioned shoot- ing match at Villa Grove on Thanks- giving day. They will give 24 tur- keys, 3 hogs and 1 beef to the best marksmen. Blanche O' Neff very pleasantly an. tertained a party of fourteen boys and girls, her schoolmates, last Fri- day evening. The time was spent in playing games until about elevel o'clock. Ice cream, cake and lemon- THANKSGIVlN6 WEEK SPECIALS o GRANADA Monte Vista SUNDAY-MONDAY Those "Cuckoos" in an all new laugh hit~ Wheeler and Wooley in "Halfshot at Sunrise" PRINCESS Del Norte SUNDAY-MONDAY Marie Dreesler~Poliy Moran in "CAUGHT SHORT" One of year's funniest TUESDAY..WEDNESDAY. Ruth Chatterton---Clive Brook '~Anybody's Woman" One of year's ten best MOFFAT Funeral services for Mrs. Reed were held at the Moffat church last Satul'day at 10:00 a.m. Among a bower of lovely flowers her body was laid to rest in.the Saguache ceme- tary. Ray. Sanford of Saguache preached the sermon. .The entire community extends thelrx.~imrest sympathy to the loved "~nes vCho mourn her loss. Clifford Stratton came home last Wednesday from a trip through Okla- homa and Kansas. Miss Mary De Virma received the sad news that her little nephew, Jack Underhill of Denver, is quite ill of pneumonia. Miss De Vinna left Tuesday for Denver, where she will visit her niece. Mrs. Fred Underhill, and family for several weeks. Mrs. Everett Reed and daughter, Mrs. Marian Goss and Nellie Emer- son were Salida visitors last Friday. The Messrs. Everett and Frank Newmyer purchased the entire herd of cattle belonging to Gardner Bros., last week. The Monchago family moved into town last week from the Means' ranch. Mrs. John Sheets and children and Mrs. Otto Roetker were calling on friends in Saguache last" Monday. Among those who attended the funeral of Mrs. Reed last Saturday, were: Carl Struehm and family of Center; Mr. and Mrs. Alf Chapman and family of South Fork; Wilma Kugler of ]:)el Norte; Mr. and Mrs. Neilson and daughters and John Young of Blanca. Plans for the Ladies Aid Bazaar and Box Social to be held at the school auditorium, Nov. 29, are pro- greasing nicely. At a meeting held with Mrs. Emma Anderson on Tues- day further details were completed. A short program has been arranged Hot and cold drinks will be for sale. Also a candy booth in charge of the teachers and Hi-girls. A 5c and 10c grab bag to delight the kiddies, be- sides numerous other things feat- ured by a bazaar. Everyone is go- ing to enjoy a full evening. Friends were shocked to hear of the sudden death of Mrs. Ed Reed at her home east of town last Thurs- day morning, when she suffered a paralytic stroke, dying about two hours later . BONANZA Joe Graves of Telluride. was call- ing at the MacKenzie home Satur- day evening. Sigrid Midwinter is at Sargents caring for her sister, Mrs. Ernest Means. Ivan Hayes who has been employ- ed at Gunnison the past several months, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Sam Kayes. Dan Mahoney and son Tommy a~d Galen Thurman spent last week here with their families, returning to Tel- luride Friday. John N. Ashl~y was over from Gilman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ashley and daughter, Jane, were in Red Cliff one day last week. Leroy W. Bennett left Monday morning for the Sweeney School in Kansas City, Mo., where he will take a course in aviation. Mrs. Lena Schroeder of Saguache, is a house guest of Mrs. Bessie Schroeder" this week. Johnnie Raymond and family moved back Monday from La Plata City, where they have been for the past five months. They said they v~re glad to get back. WHO WILL CONTROL CONGRESS? Will Rogers in one of his late say- ings: "Both political sides are arguing over who will control congress. "With.this cock-eyed system we have, where you are elected one year and take office a year and a half from then, why it simply comes down to 'Who will be living then?' "Now in March congress meets, but that's not the ones that were elected--that's the ones that were defeated. If you are defeated you stay in congress, and if you are elected you stay ouL "The only way to get a man in congress is to elect a young l~an who looks like he will live til he is seated." Goodyear Standard Pathfinder Tires Why send out of town for an in- VILLA GROVE Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Branche and daughter, Betty, were Salida shoppers Saturday. Clyde Tuttle's popular four-piece orchestra gave another dance last Saturday night at Alder. A large crowd attended and the free supper was enj~ecl ,by everyone. Frank Pbtts drove to Conch City Saturday, returning Sunday with a truck load of coal. Zibina Funk and Hugh Slane and family spent last Wednesday at Frank Mishak's ranch near Hooper. Mrs. Vic Anderson and children of Canon City spent the weekend at the George Stoddard home at Alder and looking after~ their ranch interests there. Everett Hargrove, W. C. Tuttle and Mr. Morrill spent Sunday near Hooper, Colo., looking at some land. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cavaliere and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H~olmer motored to Salida Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madison and family motored to Salida Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Buskirk and family left Saturday morning for Denver, Colo. F. J. Cavaliere and children and Miss Elena Turano motored to Poncha Springs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schneider and family motored to Salida Saturday to visit with their daughter, Florence. MINERAL HOT SPRING~ Mr. A. Sharer and M. Henderson from near Mosea, were calling on friends here one day last week. Mrs. Tom Slater received a tele- gram from Wichita Falls, Texas, stating that her husband was serious- ly injured. Mrs. Slater went home with her mother and sister for a few days visit. Mr. Rourk of Del Norte, was call: ing on R. Dunshee and D. R. Kepley Thursday of last week. Miss Martha Mosher of Saguache, spent the weekend with Miss Jessie Best at her home. W. E. Covey and G. J. Armstrong of La Junta, and Walt H. Freed of Colorado Springs, spent Friday night at the Springs. Verle and Cecil Mustoe were dip- ner guests of their aunt, Mrs. Elmer Walker, on Saturday. Mrs. Joe Y. Vigil of Orient, passed away Wednesday of last week after a long illness. She was buried Fri- day at Cotton Creek cemetery. Messrs. F. O. Johnson and J. E. Whitney attended the picture show in Salida Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Platz and How- ard motored to Salida on Sunday and took in the picture show. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. King were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Dun- shee on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Amor Gilder were business callers in Salida one day last week. Mrs. Jack Ward of Center and Mrs. Nova Morgan of Monte Vista, are vis- iting their sister-in-law, Mrs. Tom Slater. Several of the young folks took in the dance at Alder Saturday eve- ning. The teachers of the Mirage school announce a pie supper and program to be given Nov. 26, at the Mirage school house. Everybody cordially invited to attend. SAVE YOUR DOG BY PAYING THE TAX This notice is to inform ,~.ll dog owners if they wish to keep their dog, the taxes on that dog must be paid at once, as the town Marshal is instructed to kill those without Iicenees. By Order of the Town Board. Oct. 30-tf. --FOR SALE--A marble top counter Inquire at the Crescent office. SHAVE DAILY and have your HAIR CUT REG~Y LADIES' ud CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING We Give BLUD RUB TREATMENTS Agency Alamosa Laundry SAGUACHE BARBER SHOP A. VAN HOFTEN We Invite You To The Economy Harl ct When in Monte Vista, A special invitation is extended to patrons of stores to caU and in- spect our MARKET. You will always find special prices on bash young fat Beef, Lambs, Dressed Chickens, also Fresh Fish and nice young Pork. - EARL ANGUS, Prop. Across From The City Hall Monte Vista, - - Colorado 11, The Center Elevator A Full Line (Jr - Flour - Feed-Salt Ask For Our Prices On Cotton Seed Cake and Meal ' Corn and Chop Feeds. WE HAVE Producer FEEDS . - For Ever Need. 6omer U. tatue, Haunter " CENTER, COLORADO Office Phone 36 1930's Quality Bargains There is greater traction in Goodyear treads. There is greater endurance in Goodyear---and we can prove it to your satisfaction I TUESDAY.oWEDNESDAY. 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