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THURSDAY DECEMBER 23, 1937 THE SAGUACHE CRESCENT SAGUACHE, COLORDO SAGUACHE CRESCENT. $AGUACHE, COLORADO MRS. MARY F- OGDEN. Publisher MARIE V. OGDEN, Edltrs ----o---- ADVERTISING RATES One inch, per insertion .... $ .25 Transient advertising, per inch .35 Locals, per line, per insertion .i0 Professional cards, per insertion .25 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year ................ $2.00 Six Months ............... 1.00 Invariably in Advance EXPIRATIONS The label or wrapper of the paper showsthe date your subscription expires. When payment is made the receipt of your paper and the change in date of expiration are sufficient notification of renewal. If date on label or wrapper is not changed within three weeks after remittinff, please inform us at once. If you do not receive the Crescent regulary, kindly advise this office. WILLIE ARCHULETA FOUND GUILTY OF 2nd DEGREE MURDER After a deliberation of six and one-half h o urs last Wednesday night, the jury brought in a ver- dict of second degree murder for Willie Archuleta, who was found guilty of slaying Juan I. Martinez, of Fort Garland, on the night of November 26. The sentence was pronounced on Monday giving Archuleta from ten to fifteen years in the state peni- tentiary. Archuleta will be taken to the state prison immediately by Sherifif Ed Paul. The case was held in the district court in Saguache on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week before Dis- trict Judge John I. Palmer, with District Attorney Leonard Haynie prosecuting and Scott Carroll, of Del Norte, defending. Archuleta slashed Martinez with no provocation. The cutting was done in a fit of frenzy. The knife wounds in the wrists were severe enough to cause the death of Martin- ez. He died from loss of blood and was found the next morning in a field near Center two miles from where the car was parked. DEFECTIVE FLUE CAUSE OF FIRE LAST SATURDAY- Last Saturday evening the local fire department was called to the Mondragon home to extinguish a fire caused from a defective flue. The fire didn't do much damage. This makes the fourth fire caused from defective flues for this win- ter. t Read the ads in this issue. SEASON'S GREETINGS. With every good wish for a Happy New Year For your Holiday Haircut visit the Saguache Barber Shop A. VanHoften, Prop. Agency Alamosa Laundry Buckley Mortuary May me ories f The happy hours Of this good old Christmas Day, Still echo through The coming year To cheer you On your way. m THE BUCKLEY MORTUARY REGISTERED MORTICIAN Suache,PHONE 4swClrad" i COHMISSIONEIL00 PROCEEDINGS The Board of County Commis- sioners met in regular session on Monday, December 6th, 1937, with the following members present: W. E. Gardner, Chairman, Gee. H. Curtis, Commissioner, Jacob Barsch, Commissioner, R. R. Tarbell, County Attorney, Nick Fuson, Clerk of the Board. Bills against the County and Wel- fare Funds were presented and ap- proved as shown by the Warrant Reister. The County Treasurer is author- ized to transfer the sum of Four Hundred Dollars ($400.00) from the Contingent Fund to the State Special Relief Fund. There being no f,,rther business the meetin was adjourned until Tuesday, December 7th, 1937. SECOND DAY, December 7. 1937. The Board of County Commis- sioners re-convened with all members of yesterday's session present. Bill against the County and Pub- lic Welfare Fund were presented and allowed as shown by the Warrant Rewister. The County Treasurer is author- ized to accept the sum of One Hun- dred Dollars. plus One Dollar Assign- ment Fee, for Tax Sale Certificate No. 190, Sale of 1931. for Tax of 1929, together with all subsequent taxes endorsed thereon, covering the NVz SE, and SESE. Section 6. and NEI/NE, Section 7, all in Township 44, North, Range 10. There being no further business. the meeting was adjourned until Jsnuary 3rd, 1938, unless sooner called together bv tbe Chairman. W. E. Gardner, Chairman. A.TTEST: NICK FUSON, Clerk of the Board. SPECIAL SESSION, December 13, 1937. The Board of County Commission- ers convened in secial session at 1 o'clock p. m. on Monday, December 13th, 1937, with the following mem- bers present : W. E. Gardner, Chairman, Gee. H. Curtis, Commissioner, Nick Fuson, Clerk of the Board. The County Treasurer is author- ized and instructed to accept the sum of Sixteen Hundred Eighteen and 01[100 ($1618.01), plus One Dollar ($1.00) Assignment Fee for Tax Sale Certificate No. 76, Sale of the year 194, for the Tax of 1931, together with all subsequent taxes endorsed thereon covering the SE, of Section Ten (10), and the NE of Section Fifteen (15), all in Town- ship Forty-one (41). North Range Eight (8) E. N. M. P. M. Said as- signment to convey all of the inter- est of said County. There being no further business the meeting was adjourned until January 3rd, 1938, unless sooner called together by the Chairman. W. E. Gardner, Chairman. Attest: NICK FUSON, Clerk of the Board. LIST OF BILLS ALLOWED ORDINARY FUND W. E. Gardner Co. Corer. $130.40 Jacob Barsch " 79.80 Gee. H. Curtis " 99.00 Edith L. Jones Dep. Co. Clerk 80.00 Merle Rocky Dep Co Clerk 90.00 Merle Hockey Auto. list. Sher 12.50 Co. Clerk Mileage & exp. 24.00 H. M. Burnham Co. Assess. 150.00 Mildred Page Dep. " 80.00 Birt Clare Co. Judge 79.50 Ed Paul Sheriff 150.00 Ed Paul Exp. Sheriff 229.44 Elmer Lindstrom Dep. " 29.70 Elmer Lindstrom " " 22.95 J. M. Sheesley Exp Highway meeting ............ 24.00 R. R. Tarbell Co. Atty Sal. & Exp ............. 76.50 Fay Fennell Clk Dist Court 50.00 R C Ellithorpe Rep Coroner 19.00 L M Haynie Dist Atty R C Horton Dep Dist Arty R C Ellithorpe Ct Rep E R Musher Janitor C H Dan Chavez Asst. Janitor W J Werner Jailor, Lena Werner Board-Pris. T C Ashley Witness R R Tarbell " I L Gotthelf " T W Carr Water Corer. T W Carr " W F Knowlton " Ira Colvin " Jas. Medina " John L Charles " W F McGee Exten Agt. R O Buckley Coroner Roll Means Witness 43.80 24.54 44.80 85.00 52.00 50.00 63.22 10.00 10.06 10.00 29.33 41.43 8.00 138.00 138.00 192.00 43.37 9.90 2.50 2.50 2.50 12.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 3.05 4.75 Arand Van Hoften " Michael Stocker " Dr O P Shippey " Jute Lawrence " Will Burch " Jackson Kent " F Ridgeway & Son C H Sup I-X-L Typewriter Co. Repairs Campbell & Son Hdwe Jail Sup 1.14 Ruth W. McKee Fees 42.00 Sag Crescent Ptg. & Sup 198.98 Center Post-Dispatch " 229.06 Barney Tough J P fees 4.30 Gee. E Saunders, Secy State Books .............. 6.00 Mtn States T & T Co Service 72.46 E J Thompson Flue cleaner 10.00 Wards Bldg S Yd C H Sup 2.75 C A Williams Mer Co Jail Sup 14.65 D & RGW R RCo Frt 3.55 Co Tress Stamps etc 80.28 Hoeckel's Sup 75.25 Public Set. Co Electricity 36.77 Out West Sup & Ptg 70.99 Amer Surety Co Prem Bonds 190.00 era W. Carson School Supt. 157.67 $3,651.33 ROAD FUND John McFarland Road Work $10.00 Juan B Atencio " 36.00 N Wilson Stewart " 107.63 Gordon Lemieux " 63.75 Bud Raymond . " 20.00 John Harpel " 130.00 Rudolph Espinosa " 81.00 Abel Maes " 34.00 Max Vigil " 28.00 Jack Lopes " 34.00 J M Deitrich " 110.25 Win. Werner, Jr. " 36.00 Philip Harpel " 30.00 Fred Goss " 10.00 John Halferty " 10.00 Gusto Cordova "" 8.00 J R Cordova " 16.00 Walter Van Buskirk " 16.00 Tom Michaud " 104.50 Stanley Donaldson " 119.00 Ed Jackson " 80.50 Herman Jackson " 73.50 Louis Werner " 93.62 Malouff's Cash Store "Assn 93.62 Eugene Williams " Supervision ........ 150.00 ValIey Mtr Car Co Rd Sup 33.88 Moffat Gare " .75 Hendrie & Bolthoff " 2.68 Ridgewv's " 166.22 Moore Equin Co " 120.00 Center Lbv Co " 4.49 an Luls Con G & O Co " 3.09 Smith. l,ewis & Co " 2.05 garvv Weist Auto Parts " o.o0 JSeIz'S Shod " .50 L W Gros " 9R.70 Tl S Weldln Works " a.C0 Martin's Garaa'e " a.3. W1]rt Motor Co " o.45 Dpnver Ox:cen Co " 12.29 Liberty Tr & Pts Co " 27.02 Libertv Tr & Pts Co Payt Truck ............. 500.00 Alex Cordova Los 4.60 W J H-tchinson Gasoline 12.13 Cent Oil Co " 1.2.12 Sinclair ]ef Co " ]36.65 W H Kroll Trnck 200.00 Pub Sr Co Electricity ?.5 Pub ,er Co " 15.,0 Mtn State T & T Co Service g,8. D & R G W R R Co Rental 10.00 W J Werner Truck Rental 21.00 Co Clerk Licenses 11 ..15 Co Treas Exnense Adv 10.25 Ben Garcia Road Work 25.00 $3,299.24 POO FI IND red Holcroft Post & sup $ 2.50 R 0 B,,ekley Burlat poor 30.00 Smith McAtee Labor 18.90 Snoll Lbr Co Sup poor 9.09 F Ridgeway & Son Sew room sup ............ 7.50 Dave Woodard W P A Mileage 30.00 Opal King Rent 18.50 Paul Maez Mileage 1.60 Gee. Bowman Stove 8.00 $ 144.09 C(NTINGEMT FUND County Clerk-Fee Fund StmDs ............ $ 1.00 County Clerk-Fee Fund Clerk of Bd ........... $50.00 $ 51.00 PUBLIC WELFARE FUND Administration .......... $417.06 Rlind Aid ............ 30.00 Dependent Children ...... 237.75 Direct Relief ............ 900.16 Old Age Pensions ........ 7,433.90 $9,018.87 GRAND TOTAT ALL FUNDS . . $16,164.53 "DEAD END" (A Hollywood preview taken from the Film Daily) Suberbly acted; gripping; realis- tic picture ranks with screen's best. This is a gripping, realistic pic- ture that has been brilliantly acted and directed. Little of the social significance of the Sidney Kingsley play has been lost in its transfer to the screen, and the picture has more action and movementthan the stage offering. The production is worthy of the Samuel Goldwyn label, with William Wyler's direction flawless. Wyler has caught the spirit and at- mosphere of the New York slum, breeding ground of gangsters. The acting is superb, with the six young actors of the New York east contr> buting greatly to the picture. Mar- jorie Main, also of the Broadway production, is highly effective in her, scene with Humphrey Bogart, her son, a gangster, who she denounces bitterly. Bogart's work is a high- light, while Sylvia Sidney and Joel McCrea give convincing performan- ces. Wendy Barrie, Claire Trevor and Allen Jenkins are important principals and do excellent acting. Lilllan Hellman fashioned a power- ful screenplay. Editor's note: "Dead End" will be shown at the Rialto Theatre in Sa- guache in the near future. WOMEN WEAVE EVERGREEN BOUGHS Evergreen boughs woven into fes- tooning and wreaths by the Estes Park Home Demonstration Club women and others decorate the streets for the Christmas season. A little Christmas tree in the village park and an ice palace at its base form the center of the decorative scheme. BIG SNOW BENEFITS WHEAT CROP Much of Colorado enjoyed zhe heaviest snow in years last week, which greatly benefited winter wheat. The snow was 4 to 8 inches deep in different parts of north- eastern Colorado, and the precipita- tion from about one-half of an inch in some areas to more than an inch in other sections. Marg lost her dog. THE LEGEND OF THE B, A: [ fContinued from Page One) 1 another light could be seen at the[ farthermost point of the rift. These lights were not cross-shaped. They resembled white snowflakes with fire behind each of them. There was something strange about their appearance. If the per- son who had just died had done much good work, as did the stranger,- the light was bright. If little work had been done, the light was dim. The light indicated how well ?he person had obeyed the lessons taught by the first stranger. The rift in the fog continued to grow wider and wider; the lights more numerous. Gradually, the completed canopy that was above, unfolded. The cloudless, blue-vault- ed dome covered the earth. Un- numbered were the lights. The peo- ple named the lights, STARS. To them the word "star" meant, effort for good. The kindness of the stranger had hrought the sunlight of day to a darkened, forgotten world. Later, a wide, yellow band appear- ed near the eastern horizon. It con- tinued ever to rnfold in its on- ward climb to the zenith. It was composed of millions of perfect stars set so closely together that not one was visible, apart from the others. All were equal in the beautiful path they were building. This path was named the MILKY WAY. It represents the children who have blossomed and faded. It is the highway of hope over which parenthood moves toward eternal youth. The scene was complete. Happi- ness, Comfort, Human Advancement, Love, were on the march. Ever after, no person passes on without a star being set amidst those already suspended in that glor- ious firmament. It may 'be of weaker glow, or it may be of a brilliant hue. It is there to remain forever and a day as the emblem of the life someone Hved. Which star represents the life of the stranger.* They all re- present his life. As his followers obey his teachings, they become great in brilliancy or small in glow, even before they leave this earth. In the heavens above the southern seas, there hangs a wondrous, cross. It is composed of many, many bright stars so blended together that it is one grand flood of light. It is called the Southern Cross. Those who love THE LEGEND OF THE STARS say this cross was the first light to appear at the farthermost end of the rift in the fog. That it was us- pended in the heavens when the life of the stranger was completed. That the brilliancy of its beams opened the rift. That its spotless Power has brought the Light of the World to mankind. That it represents Truth. They caI1 it the Cross of Christ. The Christmas Cross. Does not our love of the stranger cause us of tokiay to call it The Star of Bethlehem. The sandman had closed the eyes of the three listening trusting child- ren. Tenderly the woman tucked them under the folds of the home- made quilts. Each moved almost silently as she kissed him goodnight. Kneeling by their crib, she caught a Faith Vision of One beyond the stars. Prayerfully she murmured: "Peace on Earth: Good Will To Men. )) CHURCH NOTES A very fine Christmas program last Sunday. Everyone seemed to. enjoy it. Sixty-five in Sunday School. The offering for our Or- phanage am6unted to ($9.00) nine dollars. We thank everyone who helped in this good work. Next Sun- day, church school at 10:00 a. m. Worship at 11:00 a. m. Christmas Service in the Young People's Ser- vice at 7:30 p. m. Pictures ,of the Nativity Scenes will be given during the evening. Every budy is cordially invited Co come and see these. It will help you I am sure. We wish everybody a Merry Christmas, Good Health, and a. Happy Strenous Christian Life. Yours in the Master's Service. Gee. W. Ellis, Pastor. Business is only business wher it is good business, square honest business. Any other kind is crooked business. Read the want ads in this week's Crescent. POLICE NEWS On Tuesday afternoon the trial of a dog killer was held at the Court house in Saguache. He was fined $9.25. Many of the dogs killed were licensed dogs. Teachers in the following schools have enrolled as members of the Colorado Education Association for this year, Center, Saguache, Park- ville, Bonanza, Mr. Thomlson in Villa Grove, J. F. Johnson in the School, Moffat, and Co. Supt., era Carson. We hope to have 100 per cent of the county before the year is over. EPISCOPAL CIIURUH There will be a service of the Holy Communion in the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation on Christ- mas Day at 8:00 a. m. The Gunbarrel was completed Tuesday evening. George White, of Moffat, was a Saguache caller last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Robb were luncheon guests of the Crescent family Tuesday noon. 52 issues of the Crescent for only $2.00. tapafln Children's Optometrist Glasses Free WITH EVERY PAIR (OF GLASSES FOR ADULTS The Eye-Sight specialist of reputation for 30 years is coming here every month. Eyes examined and glasses fitted scientifically. If you suffer from eye-strain, headaches, nervousness or any eye trouble. Act now! Save your eyes. They are priceless. See him at HOTEL Saguache Wednesday December 29. Just Arrived== i New Sbipment Of SHOE SKATES -- 22 CALIBER GUNS These make ideal Gifts for the youngsters for Christmas, L J. garnpbefl & Sons, Hardware SAGUACHE, COLORADO To Our Friends And Customers. he heart can find no sweeter way To greet a friend on Christmas day Than just to let these words express A hearty wish for happiness. MERRY CHRISTMAS 50 REGISTERED 50 Monday,. January 3rd, 1938 Will be held at 11 o'clock at the Stock Show Barns MONTE VISTA, COLORADO We will sell at this sale fifty (50) head of Regis- tered Corning 2 year old Hereford Bulls. These bulls are of Wilton Domino, Prince Domino, Prince Domino Beau Aster and other good strains, and are from well known herds such as Earle Wilson, illa Grove, Colorado; Firm Bros., La Veta, Colo- rado; Win. Kettle & Sons and J. B. Overfelt of Westcliffe, Colorado. Col. Fred Reppert and Col. A1 Newmyer, auctioneers. Forrest Bassford for the Here- ford Journal. These bulls will be on display a few days before 'sale date. For further information write or wire J. H. Beatty, Secretary, Monte Vsta. '