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THURSDAY DECEMBER 23, 1937 THE 5AGUACHE CIESCENT SAGUACF., COLORADO i ii , 2 "- " )" THEATRE Saguache, Colorado Bill Simon, manager $$$$$$$$ TONIGHT WHEELER AND WOOLSEY in "ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN" Plus special added attraction "The LEGEND OF the LEI" all in colors and Fox News---Cartoon $$$$$$$$ i iiii FRIDAY and SATURDAY CHRISTMAS EVE and CHRISTMAS NIGHT Matinee 2"30 Christmas Day "NEW FACES OF 1937" starring JOE PENNER, HARRIET HILLIARD and PARKYAKARKUS with a hundred new faces from radioland. SUN. MONDAY and TUESDAY Matinee Sunday at 2:30 BARBARA STANWYCK and JOHN BOLES in "STELLA DALLAS" with "Silly Symphony Cartoon" and "News of the Day" "i $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $' $ WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY DECEMBER 29-30 GLENDA FARRELL and BARTON MacLANE "THE SMART BLONDE" and Musical Comedy, Fox News, Colored Cartoon and Travelogue $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ llllll Jl Sarah Malouff Mrs. Joe Myers ! clip this ad, bring it to the I theatre, it will admit you to any t one of the above shows free. t MAKE HOLIDAYS HAPPY DAYS DRIVE CAREFULLY. ARTISTIC PAINTING . And DECORATING Phone 79 w.F. sovD $1 Notary Public .I.I Sas,.a00he Cou.,, National Bank g l o o $, 8 PERSONAl. MENTION $ $ t $ $ * Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hartwick were Salida visitors last Thursday. Mrs. Dora Werner and daughter were shopping in Saguache Tuesday. Jake Seibert, of Center, was visit- ing the W. H. Cutler family last Sun- day. George Woodard and Ray Wood- ard went to Denver with a load of cattle Sunday. Mrs. Maude Lockett and family entertained Mrs. Mrbel tlrowning Tuesday evening at a dinner. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cutler and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Colvin shopped in Monte Vista Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cutler and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Colvin were Ala- mosa shoppers last Friday. Mrs. Alice Rominger was hostess at a Christmas party for the Din- ner club on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and Miss Margaret Hammond were business visitors in Alamosa Tuesday. Miss Nadine Reitz, of Fort Collins, visited her sister, Miss Mildred Reitz, for several days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Alexander and Amos Kramer were Christmas shop- pers in Monte Vista Monday. Clarence Means, of Montrose, is a business visitor of Saguache and other parts of the valley this week. Misses Mildred and Nadine Reitz were dinner guests Monday evening of Mrs. Ray Woodard and Marjorie. Miss Eleanor Slant is spending the holiday season with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Slant and fam- ily. Gordon Marold, who is attending college in Manhattan, Kansas s va- cationing with his mother, Mrs. Lulu C. Marold. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Alexander re- turned Monday from New Mexico where they have been living the past month. Billy and Buddy Carson who at- tend school in Hooper will play ac- cordian duets both in the program at the school house and at the church Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Norman of Saguache, are the proud parents of a girl born Wednesday evening at the St. Joseph's hospital in Del Norte. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Torrez are the proud parents of a boy born Wed- nesday, December 15, 1937. This is their first boy. Enamel Ware Sale--- $1.10 to $1.30 Values For 59c ONE DAY ONLY Friday Dec, 241h L. J. Campbell add sons Hardware I ,aa, Lowest long distance rates will be in effect all day Christmas and New Year's day. Since Sunday follows both holidays this year, reduced rates actually begin on both Christmas and New Year's week- ends at 7 o'clock Friday night and con- tinue until 4:0 a.m. Monday, The Mountain States Tel. & Tel. Company I The town board held a meeting Monday night to discuss a N. Y. A. project for the single boys of Sa- guache between the ages of eigh- teen to twenty-five. This work will last until the 1st of June and the boys will work 50 hours a month. Their work will be to beautify the town such as cleaning alleys and vacant lots and cutting down dan- gerous trees. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Tarbell left early Monday morning for Texas where they will spend the Christmas holidays visiting relatives and friends. Wayne Tarbell joined them in Boulde. The Tarbells plan to take in the football game in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, New Years' Day. Mr. and Mrs. John Ghigliano, of Denver, and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Knapp and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Crow and daughter, Laura, enjoyed an early Christmas dinner with Mrs. Dora Werner and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Angus and daughter, Earlene, of Monte Vista, left last Friday for Omaha, Nebraska where they will spend the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Angus are runn- ing the Marjorie Care for sevenal months during their absence Mrs. Maude Lockett and family will entertain at a Christmas Day dinner. Their guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Lockett and family of Center and Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner and daughter, Caroline, of near Center. Mr. and Mrs. John Stavely and daughter, Mary Ellen are spending the Christmas holidays in Fort Col- lins and Johnstown, Colorado. They will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stavely. Jack Shippey, of Denver, is expect- ed home Friday to spend Christmas with his parents, Dr. md Mrs. O. P. Shippey, and his sister, Mrs. Clar- ence Gotthelf. Jack will attend the Cotton Bowl football game at Dallas, Texas on New Years' Day. Employees of the Driscoll Con-, struction Co., have been moving into' 1 town the past week. No vacant I houses are available, and they want 1 someone to solve the housing prob- I lem. F. D. R. kinda forgot us. I Mrs. Mabel Browning, of Oakland, t California, left Tuesday morning af- I ter a three day visit with Mr. and t Mrs. Ira Colvin. This is Mrs. Brown- I I ing's first visit to Saguache in twen- ty-six years. Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Shippey and their son, Jack, of Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gotthelf will be dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hammond Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Slater and little son, Bobby Gent, and Mrs. Vernon Rush and daughter, Marilyn Fay, were visiting Ms Lulu 2ones on Monday afternoon. Mrs. JohmBurch and,children left at Midnight on Tuesday for Blau- velt, New York where they will spend Christmas with Mrs. Burch's father and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Sheesley and family arrived in Saguache Saturday to visit Mrs. Lulu Marold and sons Gordon and Horace, dur- ing the holidays. Miss Margaret Hammond, who is attending college in Gunnison, is spending her Christmas* vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hammond. Jess Malouff a n d daughters, Sarah, Lena, and Nafie, visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. John Malouff, and family in Capulin Sun- day. Hershai Lockett and friends of Monte Vista, were visiting in Sa- guache on Monday. NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE On New Year's Eve, December 31st, the Villa Grove Grange will sponsor a dance at their hall in Villa Grove. The Salida orchestra will play for the dance. Come-- bring your friends with you to dance the old year out and the New Year in. "If my reputation had to rest on one picture, I'd want it to be .... ,* STELLA DALLAS" . . .... Samuel Goldwyn CLUB NOTES The F. F. S. club enjoyed a lovely Christmas party Tuesday at the Sa- guache hotel. After luncheon the members went to the home of Mrs. W. L. Ward to exchange presents. --@..- The Saguache Woman's club will meet with Miss Kate Newcomb on Thursday, Decembr 30th instead of on Jan. rTth, 1938 as scheduled. Mem- bers please note change of date. --o--- On Friday December 17th Sa- guache Woman's club held their an- nual Christmas celebration at the Saguache Hotel. Mrs. George Haz- ard was to have been hostess, but being obliged by absence to forego this courtesy, she appointed Mes- dames Rominger and Van Hoften to act in her behalf'. A beautifully decorated tree and tastefully arrang- ed table made a charming setting for the occasion. Songs of Christmas, "stunts" by members to acquire the exchange gifts, poems and a wonder- ful Santa Claus and Mrs. Santa were part of this entertainment pro- vided by the Program Committee consisting of Mesd. Cutler, Hannah, and Coleman. The club voted to donate a Santa Claus suit to the Community for use on the various occasions demanding such costume, and gave a rising vote of thanks to Mrs. Hazard for a delightful party. ---o--- The Auxiliarymet with Mrs. Fran Potts, Wednesday evening, December I 15th, to complete plans for the en- suing year. Any one eligible wish- ing to become a member, may do so by making application before Decem- ber 28th, they will be made charter members. The Unit wishes to thank the Post for their Charter and they also wish to thank Mrs. Ora Carson for the use of her office in the Coun- ty Court room for a meeting place. The meetings will be held once a month on the first Tuesday. Pie and coffee was served by the hostess. The local Grange held their regu- lar meeting Tuesday evening, it being election, the following officers were elected for the year 1938, Roy Coleman, Master Howard Alley, Overseer Mrs. Harold Woods, Lecturer Mrs. Florence Williams, Chaplain John Cogswell, Steward Walter Wharton, Ass't Steward Mrs. Howard Alley, Lady Ass't Steward, Mrs. James Raby, Gate Keeper Alice Rominger, Secretary Fred Curtis, Treasurer Mrs. Willis Horn, Cerers Mrs. Mary Russell, Pomona. Mrs. Leslie Henry, Flora An "OLD FEELING" with a modern SINCERITY At this time of the year everyone is filled with the happiness and joy of the Holiday Season. Your Bank and its employees are no exception. Everyone connected with your Bank wants to express their sincere wish that you all have a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY and PROS- PEROUS NEW YEAR. E. G. Gotthelf, President. Geo. W. Hazard, Vice President. Wm. F. Boyd, Cashier. G. H. Hazard, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Mabel Redhead. Satuache County National Bank MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION HAZARDS NICELY LOCATED IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA The George Hazard family writes that they are nicely located in Phoenix, Arizona after an enjoyable trip down there. They send greet- ings to their friends for a Merry, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Let your friends know about your Christmas Day dinner guests by having the item appear in the Cres- cent next week. The Crescent family rceived a lovely Christmas card last week from a friend in Ramsgate Kent, England. - NOTICE THE NEXT REGULAR MEET- ING OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WILL BE H:ELD ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 4th, 1938. NICK FUSON, COUNTY OLERK. First Publication December 23, 1937 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stavely, of Salida, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Stavely. Charlie Vavak left today for Colorado Sprnigs to get Miss Mary Evelyn Cox, Miss Hope Taylor, and Paul Sickler, who will spend their Christmas with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Werner, Miss Louise and Orville entertained Mr. and Mrs. Louis Werner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Williams to a turkey dinner Thursday evening. New Years Eve DANCE Brush Hall Fri, Dec, 31st Friday Night Come bring your friends and dance the old year out and the New Year in. Last Publication December 30, 1937   Bingo was played for white ele-  Just saying "Hello" phants. Refreshments were served And "How do you do" to twenty members. And wishing the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burnham, Mr. MERRIEST CHRISTMAS to you and Mrs. Earl Solomoa and Miss Clyta attended the funeral of J. C. Halferty at Monte Vista, Colorado, RAY BUCKLEY CLOTHING. Phone 48W Monday. Mr. Burnham was one of Calendars with every purchase. the pall bearers. Watch that '38. 00HRISTMAS appreciation of those loyal and memories which make living. Whatever progress brings to us a keener friendships life worth we have made has been possible by your coopera- tion and encouragement . . . 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