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THE COCONINO SUN
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Mrs. Robert Cree, assisted by Mrs,
D. S. Roome, entertained several of
their friends at a bridge party Thurs
day afternoon at the Cree home on
East Cherry. Those attending: Mrs.
Frank Keeffe, Mrs. Elizabeth Mer
ritt, Mrs. J. D. Jackson, Mrs. R. E.
Taylor, Mrs. C. B. Wilson, Mrs. Lewis
Benedict. Mrs. C. E. Mills, Mrs. ,G.
F. Manning, Sr., Mrs. G. F. Manning,
Jr., Mrs. W. B. Raudebaugh, Mrs.
Del Strong, Mrs. W. A. Campbell,
Mrs. A. A. Johnston, Mrs. Frank
Richmond, Mrs. Hayes Widener and
Miss Minnie Lintz.
$ 5 $
Mrs. R. E. Taylor entertained at a
bridge party on Tuesday afternoon.
Those attending were Mrs. Burnell
Osier, Mrs. C. B. Wilson, Mrs. H. C.
Metz, Mrs. G. C. Hutson, Mrs. Chas.
"F. Portz, Mrs. Joe Francis, Mrs.
Ralph Davis, Mrs, Joe Schmidt, Mrs.
J. D. Jackson, Mrs. John Hennessy,
Mrs. E. M. Doe, Mrs. John Weather
ford, Mrs. A. J. Mackey, Mrs. Frank
Richmond, Mrs. G. F. Manning, Sr.,
Mrs. G. F. Manning, Jr., Mrs. W. A.
Campbell, Mrs. Henrietta Myers, Mrs.
H. L. Albers, Mrs. Archie Hogan,
Mrs. John Kelly, Mrs. Allan Green
law, Mrs. A. J. Sullivan, Mrs. W. D
Draine, Mrs. Stanley Sykes, Mrs. Le
wis Benedict, Mrs. B. Hock and Mrs.
E. C. Mills.
James C. Turpin of Flagstaff and
Miss Mabel Hall of Florence, it has
just been learned, were quietly mar
ried on June 30th by Rev. W. F. La
Rowe, until recently of this city. The
bridegroom is one of the best known
and most popular young men in this
section and has recently been work
ing for his brother-in-law, Dick Rich
ardson, of Flagstaff. The bride was
one of the best-liked and most charm
ing members of last spring's graduat
ing class at the Normal school and
is now teaching at Florence. It is
understood that at the end of the
present school year Mr. and Mrs. Tur
pin will go to housekeeping. They
had intended keeping the news of the
marriage secret, but several of their
Flagstaff friends learned of it and
the circle in possession of the joyful
tidings has been gradually widening,
Their many Flagstaff friends were
surprised and delighted Tuesday when
news came of the marriage the night
before in uallup of Wm. Is. Koden and
Mrs. Garnett Borum, both of Flag
staff. The happy couple went through
here on the train Tuesday night on
their way, to California, where Mr.
Roden has a winter home and where
they plan to remain until spring, then
coming back here.
Mr. Roden, who retired from active
business a few years ago, is well and
favorably known all through the
northern part of this state, where he
for many years was one of the largest
owners of livestock. His first wife
died in this city several years ago.
The bride has lived here for years
and has a wide circle of warm friends.
She finished her education at the
Normal school here, has been very
active in the Woman's club and is
prominent and popular in various oth
er social activities. She has two lit
tle sons by a former marriage.
Miss Mary Costigan gave a party
for her nephew, Billie Costigan, Fri
day afternoon. After games on the
lawn, came a luncheon of ice-cream
and cake, then a trip to the matinee.
The agdd guests were: Tom Sanford,
Elizabeth Sanford, Mary Sanford,
Margaret Cooney, Joe Tissaw, Bar
bara Rces, Earla Dent, Duckcr Gyber,
Tom Pollock, Mary Pollock, Edward
Moran, Norbert Moran, Martin Mo
ran, John Jakle, Ed Jakle, Howard
Heisser, Margaret Hanley, Freddie
Collins, Bud Norman, Mary Dolan,
Helen Dolan, Anne Dolan, Junior Kel-
Jey, Jack Wilson, Pete Lindblom,
Michael Lindblom and Margerie
On Friday afternoon Mrs. J. D.
Jackson was given a real surprise by
n few of her friends, the occasion be
ing her birthday. Those coming in
upon her wen Mrs. John Hennessy,
Mrs. B. Hock, Mrs. H. C. Metz, Mrs.
E. M. Doe, Mrs. Frank Richmond,
Mrs. R. E. Taylor and Mrs. Henry
The literature department of the
Woman's club will meet Saturday af
ternoon at the home of Miss Beasley.
The subject will be "Current Explor
ations." Leaders are Mrs. Albers. and
Mrs. Truman. Hostesses are Miss
Beasley, Mrs, Truman and Miss Wil
R. H. Cochran, Jr of Flagstaff,
and Miss Velrna Marie Wyrick of Bis
beewere quietly married at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Raudebaugh,
Flagstaff, on Saturday evening, Rev.
W. H. Zook officiating. This is the
culmination of two years' courtship,
the young people having met in Bis-
bee while the bride, who then. lived in
Kansas City, was visiting there with
Mr. .Cochran's sister. Mr. Cochran
came here in June and is connected
with the auditing department at Bab
bitts'. He was in the 144th Field Ar
tillery and spent eight fonths over
seas. He has made many friends here
and the bride, who is an accomplished
and attractive young woman, soon will
also. They will be at home after next
Tuesday at the Bayard T. Brinton
home on North Sitgreaves street.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Fed
erated church gave a farewell party
to Miss Annie Gertrude Linncy on
Thursday afternoon. Miss Linney is
leaving soon for Los Angeles. The
committee of arrangements spared noJ
pains in maxing the gatnenng pleas
ant in every way, as Miss Linney has
been a steady worker in the Federat
ed church activities since her arrival
in Flagstaff. Those who composed
the committee were Mrs. Edward G.
Miller, president of the Ladies' Aid:
Mrs. Frank Harrison, chairman; Mrs.
E. H. Wheat, Mrs. A. J. Mitchell, Mrs.
J. E. Jones, Mrs. Margaret Howard
Fay, Mrs. Tom Rees, Mrs. John Quin
cy Thomas, Mrs. J. C. Kelly and Mrs.
Willis Brown. During the afternoon
Miss Linney was presented with a
gift and a bouquet of sweet peas.
Those present: Mrs. C. C. Compton,
Mrs. J. U. Kelly, Mrs. C. D. LaKue,
Mrs. J. B. Ormond, Mrs. J. 0. Par
sons, Mrs. Phoebe Raudebaugh, Mrs.
Walter Runke, Mrs. Bayard Brinton,
Mrs. J. E. Jones, Mrs. Tom Rees, Mrs.
Margaret Howard Fay, Mrs. M. G.
Fronske, Mrs. E. H. Wheat, Mrs. G.
A. Pearson, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. E. G.
Miller, Mrs. Thompson of Phoenix,
Miss Reta Beasley, and the guest of
honor, Miss Annie Gertrude Linney.
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The junion Christian Endeavor so
cial and party, at the Federated
church on Thursday evening was well
attended ,and everyone who went re
ported having the best time ever, the
young people praising the efficientcy
of Mrs. A. W. Brown and Miss Flor
ence Butler, who superintended the
refreshments. Those there: Miss Na
dine Thompson, Miss Mildred Zook,
Miss Minnie Hilkins, Miss Mary Ward,
Miss Ethel Greenhill, Miss Vonnie
Blackwell, Miss Mildred Matson, Miss
Wclthea Heard, Miss Margaret Mat
son, Miss Vivette Wilson, Miss Doro
thea Seay, Miss Millicent Moyer,
Miss Mildred Moyer, Miss Dor
othey Norman, Miss Jessie Kcl
lam, Miss Julia Tarver, Miss Eli
zabeth Zook, Miss Jean Schwarz,
Miss Alice Beeson, Miss Anna
Magaret Schwarz, Miss Mary
Louise Womack, Miss Myrna Lovell,
Miss Velma Rudd, Miss Mary Wilson,
Miss Florence Norman, Miss Florence
Butler, Miss Etha Osbom, Mrs. Aus
tin W. Brown, Miss B. A. Blackwell,
Mrs. Matson, James Beard, Spurgcon
Van Zee, Bruce Campbell, Morris
Runke, William Harover, Allen Van
Zee, William Flagler and Rev. W. H.
Columbus Day, October 13, .which
is a legal holiday in some states, will
be celebrated this year by the Knights
of Columbus of Flagstaff, who are
getting ready for a big ball to be held
at Ashurst auditorium that night, to
which all members of the order and
their ladies, of course, have a cordial
invitation, while several hundred in
vitations are being sent to people who
are not members. There is a live com
mittee in charge of the arrangements
and the event promises to be one of
the outstanding social affairs of the
season. It will be good news to their
many friends and admirers here that
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters, formerly
of Flagstaff and now of Kingman,
have been engaged with their orches
tra for the occasion. The committee
arranging for the dance are Eugene
and Claude Phelan, Carter Jakle and
The Shakespeare club met at the
home of Mrs. Harry B. Embach on
North Leroux street on Monday eve
ning. Current events were discussed
by Miss Freda Johnson, community
nurse. Mrs. Browning was leader,
with "Canada" for the evening's sub
ject. She gave many interesting ac
counts of the Canadian people, the
country, and many of her personal ex
periences in England. Mrs. Bertha
Withers, who is visitig at the T. K.
Pollock home, was the special guest
for the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie T. Hogan en
tertained the Five Hundred club on
Thursday evening. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Durward McKin
ney, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ciess, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Albers, Mr. and Mrs.'E. Lennon, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Draine and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Burke.
The American Legion Auxiliary
met last Thursday afternoon at the
homo of Mrs. Frank C. Curtis. After
the regular business was disposed of
Mrs. Curtis' gave a report of the de
partment executive committee meeting
and a partial report of the second an
nual department conventiop just clos
ed at Douglas. This meeting was held
simultaneously with the department
American Legion meeting. Mrs. S.
H. Bowyer of Tucson was elected
president and the Flagstaff union will
be represented on the department ex
ecutive committee by Mrs. Frank C.
Curtis. Mrs. F. A. Morse was elect
ed delegate to the second national
convention in New Orleans October
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Comer Elm and Beaver Sts.
Sunday, October 8.
Holy Communion, 8:00 a. in.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Morning service, 11:00.
Rev. Geo. V. Harris, of Mississippi,
who preached last Sunday, will con
duct the services in the absence of
Archdeacon Jenkins, who has gone to
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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZ. '
In the Superior Court of the State
of Arizona, in and for the county of
Johnson Cattle Company, a corpor
ation, Plaintiff, vs. George F. Thorn
ton, or the unknown heirs of George
F. Thornton, Deceased; Edward B.
Pernn; Lilo M. Perrin, wife of Ed
ward B. Perrin: James A. Johnson
and Kate M. Johnson, wife of James
a. jonnson, Defendants. ,
In the name of the State of Ari
zona, to George F. Thornton, or the
unknown heirs of George F. Thorn
ton, Deceased; Edward B. Perrin;
Lilo M. Perrin, wife of Edward B.
Perrin; James A. Johnson and Kate
M. Johnson, wife of James A. John
son, Defendants, Greeting:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to appear in an action brought
against you by the above-named
Plaintiff in the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona, in and for the Coun
ty of Coconino, and answer the Com
plaint therein filed with the Clerk of
this said Court, at Flagstaff, in said
County, within twenty days after the
service upon you of the Summons, if
served in this said County, or in all
other cases within thirty days there
fifter,.the times above mentioned be
ing exclusive of the day of service,
or judgment by default will be taken
Granted under my hand and the seal
of the Superior Court of the State of
Arizona, in and for the County of
Coconino, this 30th day of August,
TOM L. REES,
Clerk of the Superior Court
ken as confessed, and your said entry
will be cancelled without further
right to be heard, either before this
office or on appeal, if you fail to file
in this office within twenty days after
the FOURTH publication of this no
tice as shown below, your answer, un
der oath, specifically responding to
these allegations of contest, together
with due proof that you served a
copy of your answer on the said con
testant either in person or by regis
You should state in your nnswer th
name of the post-office to which you
desire future notices to be sent to
JOHN R. TOWLES,
t .. , ,. . Receiver.
First publication Sept. 29; last pub
lication October 20.
N0T,It5JT APPLICATION FOR
UNITED STATES PATENT
Survey No. 3844.
United States Land Office
July 17, 1922.
Notice is herebv iriven that, in nnr.
suance with an Act of Congress ap
proved May 10, 1872, William Donel
son, whose nost office atMrMs is
Grand Canyon, Arizona, has made ap-
pucauon xor a patent lor 1361.9 lin
ear feet on the Gray Dick Lode Claim,
bearing gold, silver and other precious
metals, the same being 339.9 feet
Southwesterly and 1022 feet North
easterly on said Gray Dick Lode from
the discovery shaft thereon, with sur
face ground 576 feet in width on -said
Gray Dick Lode, situate in Grand Can
yon Mining District, Coconino Coun
ty, State of Arizona, and described by
the official plat and by the field notes
on file in the office of the Register
of the Phoenix Land Office, at Phoe
nix, Arizona, as follows: to-wit:
Beginning at corner No. 1, whence
section corner common to Sections 4,
5, 8 and 9, in Township 30 North,
Range 2 East of Gila and Salt River
Base and Meridian, bears north 52
degrees 3 minutes east 1162.9 feet;
thence south 33 degrees fifty minutes
West 1361.9 feet; to comer No. 2;
thence North 56 degrees 10 minutes
West 576 feet to corner No. 3; thence
north 33 degrees 50 minutes East
1361.9 feet to corner No. 4; thence
south 56 degrees 10 minutes East 576
feet to corner No. 1 to place of be
ginning, containing 18,009 acres.
No known adjoining claims and sur
rounded by public domain.
Date of posting this notice on the
claim July 17, 1922.
JOHN K. TUWU.S,
First publication 9-22-22; last publi
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Serial No. 032555. Contest No. 5568
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office. Phoenix. Arizona.
September 15, 1922.
To Gustavo Contrcras of Williams,
You are herebv notified that Leo
Samuelson ,who gives Williams, Ari
zona, as his post-office address, did
on September 13th. 1922. file in
this office his duly corroborated ap
plication to contest and secure the
cancellation of your Homestead Entry
No. u32o&&, Serial No. 032555, made
March 2, 1922, for Lots 1-2-3-4, E
W and E'j, Section 18, Township
23-N, Range 2-E, G. & S. R. B. &
Meridian, and as grounds for his con
test he alleges that Gustavo Contre-
ras has failed to comply with the
homestead laws, in that he has failed
to establish residence on said land and
has failed to improve or cultivate. the
same, and further, said land was not
filed on for a home but for specula
tion purposes and said entryman has
fully abandoned said land and left the
county and his present address is un
known; and that abandonment was
not due to service in the military or
ganizations of the United States
or in the National Guard of any of the
You are, therefore, further notified
Northern Arizona State Fair
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
October 19 October 20 October 21
$4,000 in cash awards for Mineral, Livestock, Agri
cultural, Poultry, Educational and Home
$2,000 in prizes for SPORTS FEATURES ALONE.
Better Babies Contest
THRILLING ENTERTAINMENT FEATURES
A Good Time for Everybody.
WONDERFUL ART EXHIBITION OF FAMOUS
PAINTINGS, under the auspices of the Amer
ican Federation of Art.
OFFICIAL AMERICAN POULTRY ASSOCIA
TION SHOW FOR ARIZONA.
Write to the Northern Arizona State Fair
Association, for copy of program and prize
lists in all departments.
REDUCED RAILROAD RATES
Tenth Annual Northern Arizona
Prescott, Ariz., October 19, 20, 21, '22
that the said allegations will be ta-