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THE BISBEE DAILY RE-VIEW
Sunday Morning, December 31, 1922
GOOD TIME TO
LOOK OVER CAR
Time Spent on Auto Now Will
Be Repaid Later on in
New Years is the bst time to take
stock, to go over your possessions and
make a budget of what you will re
quire for the ensuing year, says Frank
Thayer of Thayer's Garage. At this
time it is advisable to remember the
automobile. Take stock of what it is
going to require for the year. Go
over your tires, see that they are in
good condition, having those that are
not replaced or repaired, and be sure
that you have at least one or two good
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I Frank Thayer's 8
I Garage B
3 TheEXIDE 8
I Service Station M
I Lowell Phone 29 8
Many Problems Are
Yet to Be Solved
by Auto Engineers
What are the problems facing the
This question sounds superfluous,
with the highly developed cars seen
on the' streets. But, take it from
C. C. Hanch, vice president of the
National Automobile Chamber of Com
merce, there are still sonic radical
developments to be considered in au
tomobile research and design, before
the motor vehicle can be declared
Thfse he enumerates as follows:
Development of strong light metals
also stools and alloys with high ten
Designing of . carburetors which
will reduce fuel consumption and
also successfully utilize low grade
Improvement of braking and spring
Building of more easily manipulat
ed transmission .
Advance in lieadlighting system
which will minimize glare.
Simplification of construction in
Developments of equivalents or
substitutes for existing materials.
Interesting Report on Activities
of American Legion Here in 1922
Given by Local Post Officials
We are experienced and
equipped to handle any automo
bile repairing from the smallest
adjustment to a Complete over
hauling, on any make car.
We Specialize in Dodge
Brothers Repairing and
Overhauling, and Service
L. G. Bock, Mgr.
Lowell Phone 182
spares. Have your 'battery tested and
filled, charged also, if necessary. In
the event that it will not take a
charge, buy a new one. Money is
wasted when put in a worn out article
trying to prolong its life. The wisest
course is to invest your money in new
There are many accessories on the
market that will add to the comfort
and pleasure ofjlriving. See if your
budget will allow the purchase of a
few of these. The expenditure need
not be great, but can be stretched out
through the year, as one's finances
Why not have the necessary work
done now? Have. that annoying knock
eliminated, those loose bolts tightened
any mechanical work required looked
after, giving the car a fair showing,
for power and economical use of gas
and oil. A car is much like a human
being, and soon becomes worn and if
neglected and no care taken of it.
Make a resolution this year to give
your car a little more attention than
it had last year, and we think the add
ed eniovment derived from it will
more than off-set the added expense
How Soon Can
You Fix It?"
Is the question every owner
It is human nature to ask the'
Bring your work to the machine
shop equipped garage where a
new part can be manufactured
if it is not stocked. I am equip
ped to rebuild motors right here
in the Warren District. Investigate.
We Thank Our Friends and Customers
For the very pleasant business relations and the oppor
tunity to serve you in the year just passing.
Our Aim for 1923
Is that we may again enjoy these very pleasant relations
and serve you even better than we have in the past.
LANFORD & WALKER
GATES SUPERTREAD TIRES
PREST'O-LITE BATTERIES AND SERVICE
The following resume of activities
of the local American Legion post
during the year was prepared by
R. H. Dickson, post commander, and
C. F. McKay, post adjutant for mem
bers , and friends of the Legion here:
On Decoration Day our American
ization Committee conducted very ap
propriate services at the cemetery
and excercises in all the schools, and
on July Fourth this Committee aided
in staging an historical pageant de
picting varous scenes in American
One of our aims has been to in
still in every person in the United
States respect for the American flag
and the institutions whki: the icund
ers of this Republic have t-'iv;n us.
. Athletic Committee
The Athletic Committee has always
been on deck in boosting clean ath
letics in t'ue district. On Fair Day
we conducted a very successful track
meet a. tho Warren Pool.
Entertainment Committee .
During the past eleven months
the Entertainment Committee has
provide entertainment for our reg
ular u'eeti) gs and for eleven socia
meetiugs. Among our friends who
have ciiniributod to the success of
our eiiterla.nments are the ioiiow
lng: Professor Bowers, Miss Bassett,
Dr. Zierath, Scotty Blair, Mr. Snell,
Carolina Brcnson Herbert Burrows,
the Midget Orchestra of South Bis-
bee, the American Legion Orchestra,
and the American Legion Band. Dur
ing the past year a number of our
prominent citizens gave addresses
before the Legion on important state
General John C. Greenway gave a
very interesting talk on one of our
greatest national resources, the Col
Mr. Grant H. Dowell spoke of the
aims and accomplishments of the
Arizona Industrial Congress.
Mr. A. G. McGregor gave an ac
count of power possibilities of the
Colorado River and its effect on the
common wealth of the state.
Dr. W. P. Sims, state senator, ex
plained in detail soldier legislation
passed by the latt legislature.
Our Finance Committee have not
only acted as watch dogs over our
treasury, but have gone out and
brought 'home the bacon. From a
picture show in April, we realized
through their efforts $60.40. During
the last Beason this committee con
ducted a series of open air dances
at the Warren Park, and from this
source we earned $437,09.
The House Committee has con
ducted the house as a real home for
some of the single men f our Post.
Extra heds are always ready to ac
comoda'.e stranded ex-service men
and wiit.ii: he last eleven months
we hav-s accomodated sixy of these
men. The Post has had the use of
the home at a very nominal cost
through the generosity of the Phelps
Dodge Corporation. Just recently
the home was equipped with a Clapp
Eastman radio set. We have been
able to collect concerts from Dallas,
Tex.. Denver. Colo., Salt Lake City,
Utah and Los Angeles, California.
the American Legion Auxiliary and
Reserve Officers' Association of the
district hold their meetings in our
Investigation and Membership
The Investigating Committee has
investigated and passed on all appli
cations for membership and has con
ducted a number of investigations in
volving disloyal utterances and un
patriotic acts on the part of people
before the public eye.
Through the efforts of the Mem
bership Committee we have had a
steady gain of members. On March
1st we had 97, and at the present
time we have 135 members in good
standing on our roll.
Through our Service Commit I eo wc
have called to tho attention of the
United states Vetrrana War Bureau
disability cases deserving attention.
We are pleased to state that the
majority of cases which were at
first rejected by the Bureau aud later
reconsidered through our efforts have
been givpn compensation. We liave
considered about thirty rases, many
of whom arc now receiving com
pensation or vocational training, or
both. Last March wf furnished free
transportation for all dihahled vet
eraus de.siriug to go to Douglas to
interview the Cleanup Snuudy. Dur
ing the depression the early part
of this year, the Post had to fate the
serious question 0f unemployment,
aud through the aid of tho Mining
Companies hundreds of ex-service (
men . coiniug M'romv all parte of the
country were given employment.' '
Publicity Committee :
With tun aid of the local paper.
this Committee has kept the public
interest in the legion alive. With j
the cooperattou of the Phelps Dodge j
Corporal ion. Copp-r Queen Braccu. '
the Calumet & AvUoua Miuing Com
pany, and tuo thauibvr of iuiiiuhtco
the American Legion Band has been
organized and financed. The Muni
cipal Market, inaugrated by the Amer
ican Legion and operated jointly
by the American Legion and the City
of ttisbee, has proved to" be a great
factor in benefiting the consumers
of this district and the producers
of the neighboring country.
Through the cooperation of our
friends in the district, we conducted
a Bazaar from November 6th to
During the past eleven months'
we have had the sad duty of conduct
ing the funerals of two ex-service
men, Mr. Charles Barrett and Mr.
Duricg the past year two of our
comrades have passed into the Great
Beyond, Dr. F. B. Shiue and the
late W. H. Brophy.
We have been guided in our act
ions this past year by the precepts
as set forth in the preamble to the
National Constitution. Our first
thought has always been for the
disabled war veterans.
We beleive that an organization of
a hundred per cent of the ex-service
men could accomplish more than
we have, and cne of our aims is to
have our organization reach that
The Past is very fortunate in hav
ing an American Legion Auxiliary,
and wj believe that every member
of ' the PoHt should try to persuade
all his eligible relations to join this
Every member is requested fo re
member our annual meeting and the
election of officers on Sunday, De
cember 31st, at 7:30 p. v.
Here is for a greate. success in
the coming year.
R. H. Dickson, Post Commander.
..C. F. McKay, Adjutant.
ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Morning prayer and address 11 a. m.
The Rt. Rev. J. W. Atwood, Bishop
of Arizona, will preach and the Christ
mas music will ba repeated.
sage is a New Year Meditation and
the evening evangelistic.
Those who come to the morning
worship and not to tho Bible School
ought to come by 10:45. The sermon
will begin at 11 and the morning ser
vice will be dismissed at 11: 30. Bible
School begins at 9:45.
The ordinance of baptism will be
administered at the close of the eve
The young people have planned a
witch-night meeting lo begin at 9:30
after the other meetings. Tho other
young people's societies ol the district
are invited to come. Dr. Elsing will
give an illustrated lecture on "A Lit
tle Trip Through the Holy Land." The
Pastor will bring a message at 11:40
on "The Christ Mastered Life."
The mid-week meeting meets Wed
nesday evening at 7:30. Read the
Book of James beforo coming.
A church where the Eible is believ
ed and taught.
CECIL T. GARNKTT, Pastor.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Classes
for all grades.
Morning worship 11:00 a. m. Holy
Communion to which all . are invited
to come and partake. Parents, bring
your children to the alter with .you.
Music by tho choir.
Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Let all
young people come out to this meet
ing. High School League 6:30 p. m. Be
sure and bring some one with you.
Preaching service 7:30 p. m. Gospel
song service led by Mrs. Richmire.
Children, fill the front seats. Music j
by the choir. New Year's sermon by
the pastor. Subject: "What Shall We j
Do " j
Junior church for all children in the I
primary department 11 a. m. j
. Monthly official board meeting in
the church Monday evening at 7:30.
Choir rehearsal in the church Thurs
day evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The Week of Prayer will be ob
served by holding meetings in the
homes of tho disrict. Watch tho an
nouncements for the week beginning
Jan. 7, 1923.
You are invited to attend our serv
ices. The church with a friendly hand.
GEO. W. RICHMIRE, Pastor.
service. Everybody welcome and cor
dially invited to attend this service.
First Church of Warren
Sunday 'school at 10 a. m.
Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:15
p. m. - -
Christian Endeavor meets at 6:30
Joseph Wells, leader. Last Sunday
an invitation was accepted from the
Young People of the Baptist Church
to attend the watch night service in
j their Church Sunday night. At the
close of our meeting we can take
the car at the Church and arrive in i
ample time for the Watch night sor-!
vice. . j
The Ladies' Auxiliary will meet
Monday afternoon at
Public worship at 11 a. m. Sermon
by the pastor. The Women's League
maintains a nursery in the recreation
room of the Y. W. C. A- during the
service so that mothers may attend
church and leave their children in
good care. ' . L
The Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor meets at the
church at 6:30. The older peoplo as
well as the young are urged to attend
this profitable service.
No evening church service.
Rev. Dr. W. T. Elsing, Pastor.
The newest hats for children are
A most cordial invitation is
tended to all of our services.
THOS. A. MITCHELL,
2 o'clock infof suede, embroidered or fringed.
i Sometimes a scarf of suede is sold
Sunday School at 9:35 a. m. The
older folks are especially invited to
join the Adult Bible Class which is
taught by Reverend Dr. Elsing.
with the hat.
Elaborate corsage bouquets are seen
in the shops and offer an easy way to
refurnish a gown that is on plain,
good lines. A rose of emarald:green
velvet, the petals of which are out
lined with brown fur, is one of the
most unique offerings.
REORGANIZED CHURCH Cf JESUS
CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
(Headquarters, Independence, Mo.)
Woman's Club bldg., Quality Hill
Sunday School 9:45 a, m. Classes
for all ages. We would 'be glad to
have you come and enjoy the scrip
ture lessons with us.
rreaching 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning. "Inventory." Evening. "Fifth
Lecture on the Book of Mormon."
Religio Dept. (Young People's Meet
ing) 6:15 p. m.
Midweek prayer service on Wednes
day nights at 7:30 o'clock at our chap
el on Garden Avenue.
E. R. DAVIS, Rector.
On Sunday, December 31st, Rev.
John C. Schmidt of Douglas, will
preach at the Firs(t Church of Warren
at 3 p. m. His theme, based on Gen
esis 32. 10, will be, "A God-Pleasing
Close of the Old Year." Every one
is cordially invited to attend this ser
vice. The Sunday School begins at 2 p. m
The pastor will preach twice, at
eleven on "Pausing On the Threshold"
and at seven-thirty on "Drawing Back
Unto Perdition." Tho morning mes-
Cochise Motor Co.
Fisk Tires .
They are guaranteed
Calumet Motor Oil
High Fire Test
With a 2-ycar guarantee
Expert Vulcanizing and
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E. SIMMONS, Prop.
Mam Street Phone 444
Sunday School 9:45 a. m
Church Service at 6:15 sharp.
Rev. Richmire, pastor of
Methodist Church will conduct
INSIST ON GENUINE FORD PARTS
Imitation "Ford" parts are being sold by many mail-order houses,
down-town stores and garages to unsuspecting Ford owners as "Ford"
parts. But they are not Genuine Ford parts made by the Ford Motor
Company. They are made by concerns who have no connection what- ,
soever with the Ford Motor Company. These imitation parts are not
even made from the same grade 'of steel, or under the same formulas
used by the Ford Company. They are counterfeit parts. Tests have
shown them to break when the genuine Ford parts didn't even bend,
and they generally are from thirty-five to one hundred per cent
lower in quality.
The Authorized Ford Dealer is your protection. As such, we
handle n'othing but the Genuine Ford parts. They are made from the
famous Ford' Vanadium Steel and each part according to its use Is
heat-treated in the way that will give it the longest wearing qualities.
Every part is the same as its duplicate in your Ford car or Pord truck.
Our stock, of parts is complete. And our Ford garage and Ford
mechanics are at your service at all times. Drive in when replace
ments or repairs for your Ford car may be necessary. Save your car
and also your money.
F. C. BLEDSOE
Authorized Sales and Service
Sends to you sincere thanks for past
patronage and promises you even better
Our wish for you is a Prosperous New
Year, and remember
1923 IS ANOTHER
isbee Auto Co.
''Pioneers in tlie Business"
J. J. BOWEN, Prop.