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,,THE SACUACHE CRESCENT SAGU~, COLORADO THURSDAY DECEMBER 10, 19~ TREASURER'S NOTICE ON !TREASVRER'S NOTICE ON I S .......... REQUEST FOR TAX DEEDI REQUEST FOR TAX DEED~ Ul~ll~lOl~ / A~~ I ~~AIJ UNT I ~ [ A ~]Dn~ I -- / r ! uuA ( V UJ[U! P, To every person in actual posses- STATE OF COLORADO, ) I -- siToeV:creYupP:rSyno~nt~t~:rleiP::~:;lsion or occupancy of the hereinafter/ )ss. , The Misses Joy and Faye Tuttle ! SPRINGS / ,=.o ~,, " aescrioed land, lot or premises, and'County of Saguache ) accompanied Mrs Robert Branche to __ Mr. and Mrs. John Green and described land, lot or premises, andlto the erson in whose IN " " ~aldaet:a?l t;::sdo:: ~::e~llYn~SS~:s:d~ ia~t~:~eaao~ ~p::to:: ~:ec~liYnaS~:dt!~ELL HALL, ling Wednesd;~7" ................... /sP::~he~:Yk::~z:th:m:'t laperlsatu.rd?Y~Iall and sister Mrs r or title of record in or to the same ...... cord in or.to the same. J PLAINTIFF r Earl Wilson returned from the I Mr and Mrs. Bruce Dullard and ISha" " - ...... ' Ida M. No*ice is Hereby Given That onlthe~;~e ,s ~ereoyGlven. That. on/ ~ vs Red Cross hospital in Salida last~children of Saguache were Sundayl=oit:r:dClto~l'~eU.ennett of Bonanza i n flay oI ~ecemoer A. D. KERBE HOLD" R week e Mr ' xleo Mona~. M:r the 12th day of December, A. D 1931 the following described ro ! R ING CO PORA. gu sts of s. Dollard s parents, Mr. Ha " " 1929, the following described pro-I~ert.. ~i ............. p r-iT ION, and all unknown persons who Gerald Helkv left for Prvor. Colo-lana M~o n w ~oo, If. II and slster returned home Tues- perty, situate in the County of Sa-!_P. ~" ~ ~ua~e.m ~ne ~oun~y ol b.'a-lclaim any interest in and to the sub- rain q~,,~a~,,,=ho,o ~. " ~ ~_~'._~" ~'" ....... . day evening leavin Mr. Be " guache and State of Colorado, to-'gu,ache ann ~mze oi t~oiorauo, zo-lject matter of this action. -:- ................. he has era-t Glenn Best has been ill severall~.~- ........ g., nnett m 'wi~. 'D -- plo- ent for the winter m n" , ....... ~ . r" ~-,~u where ne Will remain for wit: ~ ....... ~ ..... I efendants, ym o tns. ~uays wxm ~ne tlu. [so~,: ......... The .~W~/~SE~Z *h,~ ~.~w~z ! ins ~-/~ ~,~ and ~ne WSE% THE PEOPLE OF q~ Mrs Clarence nni all Mr _ ,? ...... me Ior the ~)enefit of his ...... ~ ............ o* .... : ........... ......... ,.._ STATE De s was an . and Mrs. O. B. McColm and he the ESE%, the NWSE, andl~~ o, ~o~,smp ~ ~or~n.,IOF COLORADO, TO THE DEFEN- day visitor of Mrs ~I,,~ am,,~^,.I~:.,~ ................... alth. lots 3 and 4 in Sec. 19i the NW 1;'"-~:7 ~ ~asz ~. u. ~'. lvl.,, was sold DANTS ABOVE NAMEIN~ GREET- ~(~-~-.. . v # ........ e~[:,,u~en were saoppmg at ,~lamosa Mr. and Mrs Ed Pone and dn,~ i/~ fha u.M~. th,~ w]~-xnxr',~r ~ne general taxes ~or ~ne year.ING. . -..~uttx. l~uonuay. ~__ _ _ ...... ,~_~..- NE ....... SW ................... !1929 and purchased, by Saguachei You are hereb ....... ;.~a ..... ~.. Miss Dorothy Elarton returned tol Mr and Mrs J M Whi~ ...... -~r came up from Genter Sunday to l in an action broug'h~t~ag'ains'~ vo~VuP-=~ school Monday after several daysIbusiness callers" at Cents;" ~-,e"~'*= spend the day with relatives. -- , ........ , tar. and Mrs. Chat. Hollmer and ~/t, the NESW, and Lot 3 in County RangeSec" 30;6 Eastin TownshiPN M P- M,41 andNrth'the That the .said Saguache.. County the above named plaintiff in the Dis- absence on account of sickness, and Saguache Monday. ~" =. " . ....... has duly assigned the certffmate of NESE of25~ec"inZ4'T'ownsh-- 41 an ~neir~l~'/''purchase issued on account of such trict Court of Saguache County, SE of Sec. ,, ..... T .. i purchase to Julianita White, who State of Colorado, and answer the North, Rangeth -enera OelSas~ ~'ltaesm'xl~foriU"Jhath made request upon" the Trea- complaint therein within twenty days was sold for g after the service hereof, if served the year 1927 and purchased by Sa-Isurer of sai'd County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed guache County. for said year 1929 in the name of That the said Saguache County Santiago Lopez. has duly assigned the certificate of That the statutory three year per- purchase issued on account of such iod of redemption of said real estate purchase to Julianita White who from such tax sale expired on the hath made request upon the Trea- lath day of December, A. D. 1934. surer of said County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed Notice is hereby given that a Tax for the said year 1927 in the name Deed will be issued for said real of Wrn. S. Martin. estate on March 12th, A. D. 1937, That the statutory three year per-' unless the same has been redeemed iod of redemption of said real estate prmr to the issuance of said Tax from such tax sale expired on the Deed. 12th day of December, A. D. 1932. ~ Dated this 20th day of "November Notice is hereby given that a Tax A. D. 1936. Deed will be issued for said real (Official Seal) estate on March 12th, A. D. 1937,~ W.L. Hammond, within this County, or if served out Of this County, or by publication, within thirty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of ser- vice; or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of the Complaint. If a copy~ of the Complaint in the above en- titled action be not served with this summons, ten days additional to the time hereinbefore specified for ap- pearance and answer will be allowed before taking judgment by default as t~ibresaid. If personal service aT th~s summons and a copy of ~he Com- plaint be made out of this State, you are hereby required to appear and plead to such Complaint within unless the same has been redeemed Treasurer of the said County of fifty days from the date of such Saguache. " service, exclusive of the day of ser. prior to the issuance of said TaXlFirst Publication November 26, 1936 vice or ~ud~nent by d^*-. ~* -'11 ~- Deed. ~ ~-- -. -~.,~ wu~ .~ Dated this 20th day of November Last Publication December 10, 1936 taken against you according to the A. D. 1936. ~ ..... prayer of the Complaint: (Official Seal) TREASURER'S NOTICE ON The said action is brought for the W. L. Hammond, REQUEST FOR TAX DEED purpose of' obtaining a judgment and Treasurer of the said County of ~ -- decree against the above named de- Saguache. To every person in actual posses- fendants, and each of them, declar- First Publication November 26, 1936 sion or occupancy of the hereinafter in~ and decreeing that the plaintiff Last Publicatiop December 10, 1936 described land, lot or premises, and ,is the owner in fee simple of the , to the person in whose name thelfollowing described property, situate same was mxeu or specmuy assesses, !~n Saguache Count~ Colorado to TREASURER'S NOTICE ON and to all persons having an interestlwit. Legal Tender Lode Minin; REQUEST FOR TAX DEED or title of record i'n or to the same. IClaim. Survey No 6013: Midnight Notme s Hereby G~ven That on !Lode Mining Claim, Survey No 6015; .............. ~. ~=,_.~ ....... Ithe 2nd day of Jan. A. D. 1923 the!an Winder Lode " "nin ...... ~ v ............... v .... " d Stem M1 g sion or occupancy of the hereinafterI following described property situate !Claim, Survey No. 14585, in the described land, lot or premises, andlm ~ne t~oun~y oi ~aguacne and State tKerber Creek Mining District in the t e oI tsolorauo, to Wl~ to the person in whose name h i -~ ..... v.~'~..: ..... County and State aforesaid, and same was taxed or specially assessed, ~ l'ne r~w ~w~'~ o~ ~ec~mn 21,1every part ~and portion thereof, and and to all persons having an interest xwp. a~ ~., rmnge 4 ~:. i~. ~. 1~. ~I., Ifpr the further purpose of deter- or title of record fn or to the same. was sold for the general taxes for tide:mining the adverse claims of fine Notice is Hereby Given That on year 1919 and purchased by Sa- defendants, and each of them, in and the 7th day of December A. D. guache County. to said real property. That so far 1~27, the following descrilYed pro- ~I:hat the said Saguache County as the knowledge of the plaintiff ex- Victor Duff had his car badly damaged by fire last Tuesday morn- ing, as he was going over Monarch pass. The car which was nearly des- troyed was lucky for Mr. Duff, in- sured against fire. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Munsell were Salida visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Justin McCarthy were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wise of Del Norte Saturday and Sunday. Glen 'LaRue, who has been confin- ed to bis home with a severe cold for the past two Weeks, is much im- proved this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoffmann and Mrs. Fred Hoffmann were business callers at Alamosa Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Amis of Mont- rose were calling on friends in the community Friday. They were on their way to Lakin, Kansas. H00PER Mrs. Norman Hendricks and baby daughter are home from the Alamosa hospital. Georgia Cross is again in school after having been on a vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Farren of Sa- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I Cotton the newl we s lida were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.1 , y d. Clyde Tuttle and family Sunday Mrs. H. F. McClanahan recently morning. ]underwent an operation on her eye Mrs. O. D. Elarton and daughter,lin a Pueblo hospital. It seems to be Dorothy, and Mrs. Carrie Stoddard doing nicely and she is again at home c$.lled on Mrs. Dora Werner end Mr. and Mrs. Earl Versaw and children Sunday afternoon, family spent a ten-day vacation in Mr. and Mr~ Clyde Tuttis and Nebraska, returping Nov. 22ncL daughters, and Rob't Ashley attend.1 Friday evening the PTA met in ed the funeral of Mrs N. E. Buck of regular session. Some of the mere- Bonanza, Sunday afternoon. ]bets which had been broadcast from Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Nelson were Alamosa the Sunday previous were dinner guests of Mrs. Dora Wernezlpresented- After the business meet- and children Sunday. ing dainty refreshments were served l after which a good game of basket- Mrs. V. E Anderson- and daugh- ball was played by the Mosca-Hoop- ter, Mrs. Robert Branche and son Billy, motored to Alamosa Sunday~er town teams. "Moses was defeated. evening, returning Monday morning. I Saturday evening Center's three Betty and Dora Branche were basketball teams came to Hooper. overnight guests at the Clyde Tuttle Hooper Junior high boys were vic- home Saturday and Sunday. torious but the first and second teams Mrs. Clarence Dennis and sons, lost to Center. sons. perty, situate in the County of Sa- guache and State of Colorado, to- wit: The N%SW, the NWlSE, the SSW and the SWSE~ of Section 24; and the SWNW, the NSW~, the NWSE, t~ne SESW, the NNW, the W NE and the SE~NW of Sec- tion 25; all in Twp. 41 N R. 5 E.N.M. M., was sold for the general taxes for from such tax sale expired on the the year 1926 and purchased by Sa- 2nd day of January, A. D. 1926. guache County Notice is hereby given that a Tax q~h~ *.1~,~ ,~;a ~o.,~eh,~ Countv~Deed will be issued for said real has'du'ly'assi~e~d the~cert"ificate of estate in March 26th, A. D. 1937,! purchase issued on account of such unless the same has been redeemed purchase to Julianita White, who prior to the issuance of said Tax hath made request upon the Trea- Deed. surer of said County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed for said year 1926 fn the name of Flossie E. Gowings Estate. That the statutory three year per- iod of redemption of said real estate from such tax sale e.xpired on the 7th day of December, A. D. 1930. Notice is hereby given that a Tax Deed will be issued for said real has duly assigned the certificate of purchase issued on account of s.ucb purchase to S. S. Watters, who hath made request upon the Trea- surer of said County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed for said year 1919 in the name of I John C. Tipton. That the statutory three year per- iod of redemption of said real estate (Official Seal) Dated this 4th day of December, A. D. 1936. W.L. Hammond, Treasurer of the said County of [Saguache iFirst Publication December 10, 1936 Last Publication December 24, 1936 TREASURER'S NOTICE ON W. L. Hammond, Treasurer of the sam County of Saguache. ! First Publication November 26, 1936I Last Publication December 10, 193 T z SURZWS NOTICE ON t REQUEST FOR TAX DEED~ Toevery person in actual posse~f sion or occupancy of the hereinafte ~. described land, lot or premises, and~ to the person in whose name the same was taxed or specially assessed, and to all persons having an interest] or title of record in or to the same. n l Notice is Hereby Given That o i the 15th day of December, ~ D.! 1926, the ~ollowing described pro-i perry, situate in the~ County of Sa-! guache and State of Colorado, to, wit: . ' I Lot 2 and SW ~4 NE~4 and NW~, ~u .~a NESW of Section 3, in'~T~wn'ship'4i North, Range 5 East,' N. M. P. M., was sold for the general taxes for the year 1920 and pur. chased by Saguache County. I That the said $aguaehe County has duly assigned the certificate of purchase issued on account of such purchase to Julianita White, who hath made request upon the Trea- surer of said County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed for said year 1920 in the name of Boyd B. Wallace. That the statutory three year per- iod Of redemption of said real estate from s~h tax sale expired on the 15th day of December, A. D. 1929. Notice is hereb9' given that a Tax Deed will be issued fo~ s~id real estate on March 12th, A, D. ~9~7, unless the same has been redeemed prior to the issuance of said Tax Deed. Dated this 2Oth day of November A. D. 1936. (Official Seal) W L. Hammond, Treasurer of the said County of Sagtmehe. First Publication November 26, 1936 ~a~t ~Publication December 10, 1936 estate on March 12th, A. D. 1937,] REQUEST FOR TAX DEED unless the same has been redeemed prior to the issuance o'f said Tax To every person in actual posses- Deed. sion or occupancy of the hereinafter Dated this 20th day of November described land, lot or premi'ses, and A. D. 1936. 'to the person in whose name the (Official Seal) same was taxed or specially assessed, and to all persons having an interest or title of record in or to the same. Notice is Hereby Given That on the 7th day of December, A. D 1927, the following described property, situate in the County of Saguache and State of Colorado to-wit: ?[;he WSE% ; W%NE ; E SW; SE~ANW; and the SE~ SE of Section 35, in Town- ship 41 N., Range 5 East N. M. P. M., was sold for the general taxes for the year 1926 and purchased by Saguache County. That the said Saguache County has duly assigned the certificate of ~urchase issued on account of such mrchase to Charles Fahnestock, who ruth made request upon the Trea- rarer of said County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed !or said year 1926 in the name of klbert B. Million. That the statutory three year per- od of redemption of said real estate from such tax sale expired on the 7th day of Dec. A. D. 1930. Notice is hereby given that a Tax Deed will be issued for said real estate on March 26, A. D. 1937, unless the same has been redeemed prior to the issuance of said Ta~ Deed. (Official Seal) Dated this 4th day of December, A. D 1936. W. L. Hammond, Treasurer of the said County of Saguache. First Publication December 10, 1936 Last Publication December 24, 1936 The milk of human kindness does not come to you in a bottle. If work interferes with p|ea~u~o, it is easier to dispense wth the work than w~th the pleasure. --o--- Love for other people's money is the cause of much of the trouble. ---o--- Autoist: "Where do you get auto parts around here?" children and Mrs. Hollmer St. mot- ored to Crestone last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Harpel went to Saguache last Sunday and bro't Mrs. Phillip Harpel and baby home with them for a visit Dutch Oliver and Fred Gust went to Bonanza Monday for a load of old iron to be used in the new school building which is being built by the WPA. J. S. Schofield is reported on the sick list. Wesley DeCamp of Alder was in town Tuesday. Clifford Meister motored to Monte Vista and Saguache last Wednesday He was accompanied by Chas~ Pouts. Mr. and Mr~ Lewis Lain and sons of Bonanza were in town last Wed- nesday evening to meet John Richard of Salida who came to spend Thanks. giving with them. Bully Funk of Hooper, Win. Funk of Ss~uache spent Thanksgiving day with their mother Mrs, A. O. Funk. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Blackford en- tertained at Thanksgiving dinner his mother, sister, and brothers and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moore. Chas. Putts and Baldy Funk attend- ed the ball game at Salida Thanksgiv. ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Freedle and granddaughter Marie Pickett of Sa- guache came over to spend Thanks- giving day with their son and family Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Freedle and sws. and to said lode mining claims by Quit Claim Deed' from David G. Weems and Edmund L. Baylies, Act, ing Directors of the Kerber Mining and Development Company, a dis- solved corporation; that said un- known defendants herein succeeded the 'defendant above named, as heirs, representatives,, successors and assigns, to the ownership of said premises, or some part thereof or some interest therein, and derived title, if any, from such grantor thru' the possible invalidity of s~me one or more of said conveyances and the possible invalidity of the title re- ceived~by plaintiff, as will more fully appear from the complaint in said action to which reference is her~ made, s copy of which is hereto at tached. Given under ray hand and the Seal of said Court; this 21st day of Nov- ember, A. D. 1936. Fay Fennell, Clerk. Robert R. Tarbell, Attorney. First Publication December 10, 1936 Last Publication January 7, 1937 MOFFAT C. E. Biggs and A. E Biggs were in Alamosa Monday on business. Mrs. John Finnell and children aud Maycell Bgigs were shopping in Ala. moss "Saturday. Moffat High School boys played Mosca at Mosda Tuesday night. Moffat won 13-9. John Weaver, who has been in Denver for ten days returned home last Thursday night. A. J. Denton left last Thursday morning for Colorado Springs to at- tend.the funeral of a ~riend. Miss Bessie Shellaba:rger left Wed- nesday afternoon to attend the State conference of Public Welfare work- ers in Denver. The Muff at High School are giving ~a one act play and the band is plan- ning a 45 minute musics| program for December 11, Church was postponed last Wed- nesday, Rsv. C. W, Hardon being in~ Denver at a State conference of} PWA workers in Denver, . ] The high school boys' and girls'I basketball team played Hooper Tues-J day night, the girls losing to Hooper] and the boys winning their game.I A good sized crowd gathered atI the school house Monday night to] discuss the organizing of a PTA. ] Robert Tarbell of Saguache was the] ma~n spea!~e~ of the .v~n~n~. ~he county ~uperi~tl~deBt, ~r~. 0~ Carson, al~o wa~ pre~en~, The Moffat Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. W. A. Alberta Wednes- day afternoon for a business meet- ing and election of officers for the coming year. Light refreshments ]were served at the close of the meet- tends, the interest of all of said un- known parties are described and are derived as follows: On January 12, 1923, the defen- dant corporation obtained title in Native: "At the railroad crossing.",ing. moved to Salida Monday of this week. Several little folk are out of the Moffat spent Thanksgiving day with Miles Munsell left Monday morn- primary room at school due to colds: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoilmer Jr. and ing for a business trip to Denver. Some whooping cough is reported. Alvera Munsell was an overnight son and Mrs. Cloyd Willis and daugh.[Thanksg!'.ving dinner with Mr. and I guest of June Werner Sunday. I ter were afternoon callers Sunday at~urs ~)a/lasA mr m~,~ . . m a d family. , I the Alexander ranch ~ur. ann ~rs. Charles Hollme'r and Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick were son went to Salida last Thursday-to BONANZA' I Center callers Friday. attend the ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Noffsinger Miss Rose MarieCavaliere went to are preparing to leave for Hot Saguache .last Thursday evening and (La~ Week) Spxings, New Mexico, for a few was a houseguest of Charlotte Putts Bob Kenny motored to Saiida until Sunday. Monday to remain for a few days weeks sojourn to consult a doctor. The Vern Conley family moved]T Miss Izetta Guts came up home Mrs. A. Jones and children, Flor- into Hooper where Mr Conley has hanksgiving to spend some time at home. She was accompanied by ence, Charles, and Donald, and employment in the Reil Garage. Bertha Mae Knapp who spent the The Junior Class i's making great Blanche Eastman of Sanford were preparation for a carnival to be held day with her. Bonanza callers early Monday morn- in the gym Saturday evening. Clif~'ord Meister spent the week- ing end with home folks returning to (This Week) NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY camp Monday. Mrs. Ed Ashley and Mr. and Mrs. Nurses class met with Mrs. Charles Jim Cole were dinner guests of Mr. ESTATE OF EMMA DeBORD I~ollmer last Friday. and Mrs. Zeke Ashley Wednesday. DECEASED. Mr. McFariane of Alder was in Mrs. N E. Buck who had been ill town last Friday. a few days passed away Wednesday No. 463 The Grange held their meeting at evening. The community extends All persons having claims against tu^ ~_,: ....... ,,= ,m~m ~as~ ~rlaay evening heartfelt sympathy to Clarence in said estate are hereby notified to - . present them for adjustment to the~ Mrs. Turano and sons and daugh- the loss of his dear mother who was County Court of Saguache Countyiter Jane were callers at the Caps- loved by all who knew her. Colorado, on the 28~h day of Decem. i liere home last Saturday. " Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tuttle and ber A. D. 1936. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin and Robert Ashley were Bonanza callers Ethel Rerroad, I daughter and Clifford Meister too- Friday. . Administratrix. tored to Saguache Saturday. Clifford Bennet is enjoying his Frank H. Means, Attorney. l Mrs. Wm Full~nwla~, ,m'a a..~u stay in Albuquerque, New Mexico First Publication November 26, 1936 t ... -y--~=w.~, M ~ugu- ....... er rielen an~ son~ Wo~row and Last Publication Decemver z4, iv~o W.: Many friends from Alamosa, Cen- , . , , llliam went to SaHda last Satur-: ter, Saguache, Villa Grove, and A1- CRES NE der attended the funeral of Mrs. John Randolph and Mr. and Mrs. Buck Sunday afternoon Joe Martin and daughter were Sa. Misses Joy and Fay Tufts were ROy Rockey and family were Sun- lida visitors Saturday night. the gt~ests of Sigrid Midwinter the day visitors at Center. __ first part of the week. Charles O. Parker and family of NOTICe- FOR FINAL Mrs." Jim Lacy, Misses Joy and Denver returned home Sunday morn. SETTLEMENT Fay Tuttle spent Monday afternoon ing. with Mrs. Warren Varner. Miss Catherine Graham spent the ESTATE OF GEORGE H. SODEN, Blanche Eastman was a dinner week-end with her family in Ala- DECEASED. guest of Mrs. C. E. Bennett Monday. mosa. No. 429 Mrs. C. E. Bennett entertained Dr Shippey of Saguache and the Notice is hereby given that on the 6th da~ of January A. D. 1937, the Mrs. Erik Eastman, Mrs. Sigrid" Mid- county nurse are busy vaccinating unde~gned will present to the winter and son, Dick, Misses Joy and the school children. County Court of Saguache County, Fay Tuttis at a lunchen'Tuesday" Ray Frazee and Lovell Kloater- Colorado, her accounts for final Mrs, L. F. Lain and daughter, meyer were in La Jars on business settlement of administration of said y[~ w vd~, ~tertained about the first of the week. estate, when and where all t~ons ........... h~__ Mr. and Mrs. Owd Bunker and son m interest may appear and object ta tmrty guesus a~ a surprme mr~ usy ........ e or ~r them, It'* tne~- so uemre: " ow were ~unaay umner gu s~s . Y party m honor of Mrs. Ida B era ....... (SEAL~ MAY TM ~,r,~x, venin anu mrs. ~oyd uunl~er. ~ . ,~. o~,~,~, and Warren Varner Tuesday e g' ~r - Mrs --Is ~'r -Is an" Executrix of the Estate of George The guests enjoying the evening . ~ ;.an~ . ~ y ~ aa y. o I H" Soden, deceased. , ~ . ................... aaugn~er are az home again axter a STONE & PORTER ,~re ~lr. aria mrs. ~ette ~mey a,u -- ........ I--'- : ~" ~ ........ ~'-- ~ ..... Ma- trip mrougn ~vnssour~, Artmnsas, ano~et~orneys xor J~xecutr~x ~on, ~urs ~ ~ml~n, mr~ ~ara c ..... First - " .... ; ..... ' " t~ew "zvlexlco ' [ l~UOllC~glon December 3, l~t~ Kenzie and daughter, Mrs. Jim Lacy,~ 1VIrs "'o ;1 " ..... with her bro ILast Publication December 31, 1936 Mrs A A Eastman, Mrs. Bennett, I -- :. V y_ ~ana.tln m .... "i , " " " .;. ....... i trier, r!.ow&rcl ~aelr~on, were vtsl~mg cold Mrs. Franklin Hn~m~n l~n~ Mrs E. Eastman, mrs. 5gr~q ~la, I o " in "- -- - ........ ~ .{ Su~clay with Mr. Sand in wh m i been in the school room during her wlnter apa sorb ~z~K, ~iSse~ ~oF ~tltCl a ~anaa hospital, l abse e Fay Tuttle~ Ray Boltont Letter Pick. I Mrs. Clifford Frazee and her . ne . cljng, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Bowers daughter, Mrs. Garrett Cotton and mr. and Mrs. Horace Meana and . and children, Mrs. Marshall, Mr. and ibaby have returned to their home daughter, Lois. of Long Beach, C~i- Mrs. L. F. Lain and children and from Monte Vista. fornia have returned tb their home Mr. and Mrs. W. Varner. Mrs. Anna Klostermeyer enter- after a two Saguache, tained relatives and friends at Sun Crestone, and When our new Heavy Cruisers are day dinner, the occasion being Low making 28 knots, they are developing eli's and rher bil, thdays, r, power to light 1,700,000 lalnps simi-/ Miss Myrtle Armstrong has b~; lar to those used in your home.l eonfine'd tO her home wi~.. a:.. ~v'~..e he~. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Clayton of