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THE ARIZOA jlEPBLieAHtTRSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1920
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News From the Phoenix
Colony at Iron Springs
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Iron Springs had its second hailstorm
us the summer Monday afternoon
which was much heavier than the one
several weeks ago and was accom
panied by a heavy rain. This ha been
the driest summer that this part of the
state-has experienced for several years,
i" or this reason the crops and the cattle
ranges are in -a poorer condition than
usual and rain is exceedingly welcome.
Among those arriving on the mid
night train Friday to spend the week
end In the Iron Springs colony were
Mriand Mrs. E. E. Jack. Samuel Jack.
John D. Harris, " Harry Hancock, H. B.
Wilkinson, Ernest W. Lewis, C. ' M.
Scott, and Charlie Christy.
John Gage Dennett and Mark Den
nett were hosts of an informal dancing
party on the porch of their cottage
VYiday evening. Their guests were
Mies Eleanor Wilkinson, Miss Edith
Buwtls. Miss Sylvia Lewis, Miss Eliza
beth Hancock, Bobbie Lewis and Bill
Hancock . ?
Joe Humphries and Johnnie Morten,
who were in Iron Springs for a week
visiting. Mrs. William Corpstein, have
returned to Phoenix.
The Saturday night dance at the
pavilion, was an unusually enjoyable
affajlr with Miss Faith Saf ford acting
as hostess. Th special music of the
everting consisted of two beautiful vocal
solos, sung by Mrs. Cecil Richardson,
with her sister, Mrsv Turner, accom
panying her at the piano." A novel fea
ture was the lucky number dance in
which Miss - Eleanor Alexander and
Willis Autrey carried off the prizes.
Samuel Jack arrived. Friday evening
from Glendale to spend the week-end
here with the E. E. Jacks.
Although the tennis . tournament
which was planned for Sunday did not
materialize, the courts were filled with
players and several splendid matches In
both singles and doubles were played.
Among those who were seen on the
courts Sunday morning were Mrs. Earl
Wiatt, Mrs. L W. Butler,. Mrs. Donald
Dunbar, Mrs. Ernest W. Lewis, Mrs. TL
C Siufley, Miss Angela Marshall, Miss
Mary. Hulett, Miss Sylvia Lewis, Miss
Eleanor Wilkinson. Miss Marcla Van
der JVeer. C M.- Scott, Paul Collings,-Joe
Brown, L. N. Butler, Earl . Wiatt, Ro
land1 . Parson, Roy ' Parsons, Gordon
Sharkleford and Donald Dunbar.
Those going to Prescott on the noon
tram Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
McQueen and Mrs. H. M. Fennemore.
Mrs Kohlberg was joined recently by
her mother and. "brother, who will spend
the remainder of the summer with her.
Saturday noon , arrivals in Iron
Springs Included R. C Saufley, Victor
Kohlberg, E. J. Bennett and Gorden
Sha'ckleford. .......
An extremely enjoyable picnic was
the -one given by. the Wilkinson and
DerfVett families in honor of Miss
Nicnols, who was, visiting. Mrs JL B.
Wilkinson. Those ; present were Mrs.
Johri Dennett, Mrs. H. B. Wilkinson,
Miss NichoU?, Miss Eleanor Wilkinson,
Harriet Wilkinson, Barbara Wilkinson,
.Johft Gage Dennett and Mark Dennett.
A group of men motored up from
PhoVnix . Saturday night, They.-were
Joe Brown, Arthur G. Hulett and Hugh
Antfira. ; t -
J.t J. Riddle, who spent a few days
in jamp with his family; 'has returned
to his home in Mesa."' -' ,.
Among those who arrived on Saturday-night's-train
we-e Bert Clingin, J.
L. p. Alexander, Roland Parsons, Roy
Pardons, A. G. Dulmage, Dona4d Dunbar,-T.
E. Irvine, Marshall Humphries
and H M. Fennemore. .
Saturday evening Mrs. J. L B Alex
ander took a group of girls to Granite
Dells 'lor a swimming party. They
were Eleanor Wilkinson, Clara Van
Doran. Mary Hulett and Eleanor Alex
ander. '
Miss Katherine Jack, Miss Josephine
Jack, Miss Elizabeth Jack, Miss Sylvia
Lewis, E. E. Jack and Samuel Jack
motored to Jerome Saturday morning
andreturned that evenings .-.
William Corpstein and Mr. Feely
spent the week-end in camp with their
wives, who are summering here. -
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Corpstein of
Prescott. motored over to Iron Springs
and spent the afternoon. .
Mrs. Davis already has a carpenter
working on the improvements for her
cottage which she purchased recently.
Sunday noon, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Richardson,. Mr. and Mrs. Turner, Miss
Faith Salford and Miss Isabelle Irvine
picnicked at Alto.. , . . -;
Sunday noon Miss Lois Bandy and
Miss Benedict arrived to spend a few
day' with Mrs.-Charlie-- Bandy. . . .
Mr. Fox has arrived in camp to spend
a few weeks.with his sisters, Mrs. Davis
and Mrs. Dank. .
Miss Helen Olives; who was the house
guest for a week of -Miss Catherine
Harapock.has returned to Phoenix. V
Mr. John Dennett went down to Phoe
nix pn. the evening train Sunday. She
planjs Q be absent for a fortnight,. .
Aparty who drove to Prscott Sun
day evening included Miss Katherine
Jack, Miss Angela Marshall, Marion
Dulmage and Sidney Doster.-
Mrs. Arthur Luhrs and her two little
children returned to canfp Sunday after
a- Drier visit in Phoenix.
Miss Smith spent a few days here
recently as the guest of Miss Lucile
Doster.
One of the most delightful affairs of
the week was the five hundred party
Monday evenirg at which Miss Eleanor
Alexander was the charming hostess
She .entertained in honor of her guest,
Mis Clara Van Doran of Phoenix. Be
side being the gt:est of honor, Miss
Clara Van Doron won the prizes for
making the highest score of the eve
ning' Miss Alexander's guests were:
Miss Mary Hulett. Miss Sylvia Lewis,
Miss7 Angela Marshall, Miss Ruth Bur
tis Miss Edith Burtis, Miss Katherine
Jack,' Miss Elizabeth Jack, Miss Isabelle
Irvine, Miss Catherine Hancock, Miss
Eleanor Wilkinson, Miss Marcia Van
der Veer and Miss Faith Safford.
Mis Marion returned to Iron Springs
Monday noon after a week's absence
in phoenix.
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Miss Nichols, who spent a "few days
here with Mrs. H. Bv Wilkinson on her
way to the Grand Canyon, Jeft for the
north on the late train Monday night.
W. E. Rhodes joined his wife Monday
night. Mrs. Rhodes has been visiting
Mrs. W. S. Heflin.
John Gage Dennett. Mark Dennett
and Bob Lewis tramped over to Pres-?
cott early Tuesday morning and re
turned by train In the evening. -
Those leaving on the . early train
Tuesday morning were Miss Elizabeth
Jack, E. E. Jack and Samuel Jack.
A party motoring tc Prescott Tues
day for the day Included Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Rhodes. Mrs. E. E. Jack, Mrs.
W. S Heflin, Miss Josephine Jack and
Harry Heflin , - " '
Mrs. B. A Fickas was a Prescott visi
tor Tuesday. .
Mrs. E. J. Bennett left camp Tuesday
evening to be gone a few days. Others
who left the same evening were Henry
George and S. J. Doster. y
Miss Constance Ebersol arrived in
Iron Springs Monday nieht. She will
leave very soon for the Grand Canyon
with Mrs. Mel I-'icka, but will spend
another week in Iron Springs follow
ing that before she returns to Phoenix.
Mrs. Arthur G. Hullett and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Brown drove over to Prescott
in their car Tuesday. .
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