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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY,. JULY 12, 92 Pi City News In Brief 8 (!) (From Thursdays Dallv) Attends Celebration Miss Merle E. Franklin arrived yesterday from Jacksonville, Fla., and is visiting in Prescott. See. the Show Mrs. yilbur J. Mayer and Joe and Nelson Mayer are in the city to en joy the Frontier days celebration. Attends the Show Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Fisher of Mayer are among visitors from out of town to see the Frontier days celebration. Burgess-Wells Miss Fay Wells of Oklahoma and Joe Burgess of Yavapai yesterday were married by Justice of the Peace C. H. McLane. For the Show Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Burmister, ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burmister and family, drove to town yesterday to attend the celebration. Visits Son Here Mrs. A. W. ' Bauske of Chicago, who is visiting her son, Arthur Bauske, at Mayer, is among visitors in the city for the Frontier days. She is here with her son. Visit Friends Here Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Blevins of Jerome are in the city to see the Frontier days show, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Juliani. From Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. Blevins -will go to the Grand Canyon and then to Santa Monica, Calif., for a visit. From Funtenney Nelson Punteiiney, well known cattleman, is here from his home at Puntenney (to attend the stockmen's conventions and take in the sights at the fair grounds. Return to Jerome Henry Martin and his mother and Miss Tultle, all of Jerome, returned there yesterday after having wit nessed the Frontier days ' celebration on the fourth. Forest Man Her James A Scott, supervisor of the Tusayan National forest, is in the city from Williams, coming on busi ness with the local forest service office. Forester Here F. C. W. Pooler, district forester of the southwest district, is in the city from his home in Albuquerque, attending the Frontier days contests and visiting the local forest office on business. Lumberman Here E. T. McGonigle, president of the McGonigle Lumber and Development company, of Riordan, near Flagstaff, is among visitors in the city to take in the Frontier days. From Mayer' R. F. Cooper and C. W. Perkins, both of Mayer, were enjoying the at tractions in the city yesterday. State Treasurer Raymond R. Earhart, state treas urer, is in the city to attend the Frontier days. He arrived Monday. Phoenix Visitor I L. L. Scott arrived yesterday from Phoenix and is passing a few days in the city during the big week. From the Verde Larrie A Hooper of Camp Verde is among valley folk in the city to help Prescott enjoy the big show. From Williams B. F. Sweetwood of Williams came down from the main line. yesterday to attend the doings in the city. Here on Business F. Balcock, businessman of Phoe nix, is among the many visitors in the city from the capital. Mayer Visitor Miss Anna Ricklin of Mayer, came in yesterday to pass a few days at the Frontier show. From the Coast Fred H. Docker of Los Angeles arrived in Prescott yesterday for a short stay on business. Here from South ' Mrs. J. Raymond Moore of Phoe nix, arrived yesterday, and plans to be in, the citj' for a couple of days. She is registered at the Head hotel. From Dewey Driving over from Dewey yester day, J. .F. Dietrich is among Fron tier days visitors here. He is reg istered at the Head hotel. From the Coast Coming on business in Prescott, H. M. Rice of McArthur, Calif., is also witnessing the last day of the Frontier contests. Ash Fork Visitors Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Brown, of Ash Fork, arrived yesterday, coming down to be present at the Frontier days celebration. From Jerome A. B. Colwcll, mining man of Je rome, drove over to Prescott yester day to see the wind-up of the Fron tier days celebration and transact business here. Phoenix Visitors . 2Ir. and Mrs. P4 Hi Dow of Phoe nix came up fo Prescott yesterday to pass a day or two here durin: Frontier week. Jerome Visitor Jessie Hudson, resident of Jerome, is among visitors in the city. Sh drove over from the big camp yes terday. Hillside Visitors T. A. Stephen and Ray de Las caille, both of Hillside, are among those who arrived in; Prescott yes terday to take in the final two day on the rangeland sports. Forest Man Here John Kerr, an official of south western district of the national for est service, arrived yesterday from Albuquerque. He is here on official business and to see the Frontier days From the South Among Phoenix people in town are Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McGillen, J. E. McKell of Phoenix is also here for a few days. They are registered at the St. Michael. Interested in Dam John Mills arrived yesterday from Del Rio and will be in the city for a few days on business. . He plans to go to Banning creek, to look over the city water project whose con struction he is interested in. From the Capital T. J. Smith, J. W. Pierce and F. G. Johnston, all of Phoenix, arrived m .frescott yesterday, coming on business and to take in the sights and enjoy the cooler Prescott weather. From Tucson Mrs. C. H. Odam of Tucson, ac companied by her daughter, Miss Alice Frances Odam and Mrs. A. M. Hickman, is here from Tucson to take in the Frontier days celebration, They arc registered at the Congress hotel. Return to Coast After visiting the Sheldon mine in which they are interested, and seeing some of the rangeland sports at the fair grounds, Mrs. N. F. Bennett and her daughter, Miss Fair Bennett, ac companied by J. V. Elliot and S. W. Hart, have returned to Monrovia, Calif. Mr. Hart lives in San Diego. Called to Phoenix Floyd Allen of the state highway department was called to. Phoenix Tuesday on business. Mr. Allen had been in the city for a couple of days, having come up on an inspection trip. From Iron Springs M. H. McCalla of Phoenix, chair. man of the democratic state central committee, drove over from his sum mer home at Iron Springs to pass the day enjoj'ing the attractions of the Frontier days. Undergoes Operation Mrs. Kenneth Walker early yes terday morning underwent an opera. tion at the Mercy hospital, having taken ill suddenly late Tuesday night She was reported at the hos pital yesterday evening to be re covering well. Here from Douglas Among Douglas people in the city during the Frontier days is F. P. Moore, who is here to transact busi ness. He is not, however, neglecting the opportunity to see the broncho busting and bareback riding and to take in the wild and woolly at Slip pery Gulch. Auto Men Here Harold W. Booth of Detroit, dis trict manager of the Hudson and Essex company, and G. H. Moriarty of Los Angeles, general manager of the Harold L. Arnold company, Ari zona, New Mexico, Nevada and Cali fornia distributors for these cars, have arrived from Phoenix, where they have been on business, and are taking in the Frontier days show. While here they arc calling upon Elmer Lawrence of C. W. Lawrence & Son, local Hudson andEssex distributors. (From r"r!i:ay s ra'.'.7) From Camp Wood The Misses Dorothy and Margaret Hill, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hill of Camp Wood arc in the city during Frontier week as the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Colvig. Return from Coast Joseph McCarthy, county engineer, returned yesterday from San Fran cisco, where he went last week with R. E. Moore, chairman of the high way commission. Mr. Moore re turned Saturday. Attend Convention Among Coconino cattlemen here to attend the joint convention of the Arizona Cattle and Wool Growers' associations arc Dan W. Campbell of Flagstaff, and F. R. Ruffield of Cooley. California Guests Miss Theresa Quigley of San Francisco, is the house guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. J. F. Home. Ed'vin W. Donovan, of Los Angeles, Mrs. Home's son, is also here, visiting his mother during vacation. Return to Humboldt William Larremore and family have returned to Humboldt after a stay of a few days to see the Fron tier contestSs Mr. Larremore is a I city for a couple pf days as the guest member of the Mayer -Humboldt of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sullivan, has nine. returned to his home in Nogales. Goes to Willcox Sheep Grower Here Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bradshaw have James Scott, sheep grower of Pine gone to Willcox, where Mr. 'Brad- dale, has come down from Navajo shaw has' opened a rich gold prop- county to attend the convention of erty. A well known mining engi-the state association here, ncer, Mr. Bradshaw is also interested From Yaba Wash in properties at Crown King. Mr. and Mrs. William West of Returns to North Yaba Wash were among visitors in Mrs. Charles W. McLane, daugh- town yesterday, attending the last ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMur- day of the celebration, chie and daughter-in-law of Mr. and Attend Celebration Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McLane, yester- The Misses Ethel and Marie day returned to Kingman after a visit Spence were among visitors at the of a couple of weeks in Prescott. fair grounds yesterday. They are From Big Chino daughters of Roy Spence of Mayer. A. E. King, prominent cattleman of From Groom Creek the King Brothers outfit in the Big lom Lair" drove down lrom J'IS Chino, is among stockmen attending cabin in the Groom Creek district the joint convention of the cattle and yesterday and was among those wool growers' associations here. taking in the rangeland sports at tne From the Coast fa,"r grounds. t ii, ; TCr nf VT.u,,rnj iucson Visitors w. ...J l J Palif.. nrrlvorl in Procrntt -,.PctPrr, v mong visitors in jricuiu num for ,.Uit of ovnrnl rlnvc in ! iucso" arriving ycs,iuay u,m city. N. L. Conger, business man 0f pterin- at .the Cf nBr.CSS.h..tCl' WCr? San Francisco, is also among visitors here. Goes to Jerome Jacob Wavrunek of Norton, Eck- J. J. Thomileer, R. H. Williams and E. B. Stanley. They are here on business. From Skull Valley Miss M. A. Cutler of Skull Valley ert & Wavrunek, today is going to . . . -., j ' J & vpctprflnv woe in ihp ritv. nrivincr t i t- r- c j -j, jvruiuc 10 oijch u uruiicn uiucu ui , , ., i,,t. .... . -. r iu SVt. lilt i,uiiMu;d lr " the firm in that city. Mr. Wavru- .. . a. f - ., nek will have charge of the Jerome Hfire pn Bus;ness offlce- E. W. Tuttle arrived yesterday Attend Show frnm his linmp in Bnrstmv. Calif.. Mrs. W. K. Allen and her children, ad w;n be in the city for a few accompanied by Mrs. M. A. Allen, days. He ;s registered at the Con who are visiting friends in Jerome gress hotel. Junction, drove in yesterday to at- phoenix Visitors tend the Frontier days show. The Mr and Irs. j. s. Doron of Aliens' home is in Glendale. Phnoniv .irrivprf from the canital ves- Leaves for East terday to see the windup of the George Donner, well known mining Frontier days celebration and enjoy man of the Crown King district, yes- the summer weather of the Mile terday feft for the east on business High city, connected with his properties in that Cattleman Here district, after a stay of a couple of T. G. Walter, well known cattle days in Prescott to see tiic Frontier man of the Simmons country, is show. among delegates attending the an- Cattleman Here nual convention of the, Arizona Oat- W. J. Kingsbury of Tempe and tie Growers' associatidn. his son, William Kingsbury, are in Jerome Visitors the city to attend the convention of Senator aud Mrs. C. H. Kuther- the Arizona Cattle Gorwers' associa- ford and their son were among vis tion. After soiourninc a few days itors here yesterday. They drove at the Arizona Cattle company's over from Jerome to see tne con ranch, they were in town for' the tests, stockmen's meeting yesterday morn- Goes to Jerome ing, and in the afternoon went to Uick Bland, rancher and adven Iron Springs to visit friends. turcr of Wickcnburg, yesterday went i t r. - c ..i Vicif firnnm Trlr 10 J"omc unci a aiuy Mrs. Marie Vance Rvland and her days in "scott. daughter, Rosemary, are passing the Returns from Coast week in a vacation visit at Groom George Kingdon, general manager Creek. of the United Verde Extension, has Goes to Jerome returned from a visit in Los Angeles, Bill. Fitzgerald, a candidate for where he went on business. the democratic nomination for sheriff Return to Phoenix plans to go to Jerome tomorrow to Mrs j p Ryan and M;ss Delphine meet voters in tnat part 01 tne p daughters of Mrs. D. A. Fort county. , .... t-. cm. r - Visits Daughter Here "r T , Z- 7 Y , T Mrs. J. S. Sulli-an, formerly a yy '"i resident of this citv but now living their home in rnoemx, alter, a visit Phoenix, is here on a visit of two of about a week with their motlicr. weeks with her daughter, Helen. Coast Visitors From Phoenix Amonc California neoDle in town Lon L. Harmon and J. C. Evans, on business and to see the Frontier oth of Phoenix, were among the days arc R. M. Hazen of Berkeley crowds of visitors at the windup of and R. F. Mead of Los Angeles, the Frontier days show yesterday, both of whom are registered at the Mr. Harmon, mayor of Phoenix and Head hotel! prominent cattleman, is also attend- Vava Visitors ing the convention. From Flagstaff Among Flagstaff visitors at the last day of the Frontier days were Mr. and Mrs. R. -E. Perkins. Mr. Perkins, a prominent stockman, is attending the cattle growers' associa tion convention here. Sheep Growers Here John Nelson, Fred C. Purcell and . H. Wilbur, sheep growers of Heber, are here from Navajo county to attend the wool growers' conven tion. From the South Among cattlemen from the south ern part of the state who are attend ing the stockmen's convention here are F. E. Schneider of Phoenix and F. P. Moore of Douglas. From Crown King William, Hugh and Robert Nelson, all of Crown King, are among vis itors attending the Frontier days celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Peter, ranch ers of Yava Wash, near Dewey, were among visitors in town, coming in to transact business and see the con tests. Mining Man Here David R. Brunner, well known mining man of the Big Bug district, came down yesterday to transact business and greet his friends in Prescott. Leave for East Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McFarland have left for a visit of three months with Mrs. McFarland's relatives in Wisconsin. Mr. McFarland is with the hardware department of the Bashford-Burmister company. Undergoes Operation C. D. Thayer, who drives the Ari zona Bus stage to Mayer, is reported to be recovering well from an opera tion performed at the-Mayer hospifal Wednesday. Fhoenix Uuest (From Saturdays Pally) Mrs. Harry Kay of Phoenix is Visits in Prescott isiting in the city during Frontier Miss Birdie Thrasher of Atlanta, week as the house-guest of Dr. and Ga., is in Prescott as the guest of Mrs. R. J. Roper. krs. w. H. Hoover. From the East From Terome Miss Anna Mullen and her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Dumas of Edward Haney of Chicago, are in Jerome were among last day visitors Prescott as the house guests of Dr. at the Frontier days celebration. and Mrs. Schwarz of Fort Whipple. Here for Summer Winslow Represented Arriving from Phoenix, Mrs. Wil- E. A. Sawyer of Winslow is among Ham H. Bishop is among summer those attending the stockmen's con- visitors here. . ention here. He is engaged in sheep Go to Canyon raising. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gronland of Return to North Senator and Oscar Rengo of Turkey After a couple of days in the city Creek are passing a few days at-the to see the contests, Walter aud John Grand canyon. Lange have returned to their home Visits Friends Here in Kingman. Airs. O. F. Miller of Miami has ar- State Represented rived from the south to visit friends E. W. Stephens, secretary of the in Prescott. state livestock sanitary board, is in Here from Coast the city from Phoenix to attend the Ward M. Dane of San Francisco is cattle and wool growers' convention, in this city to transact business. He Returns to Nogales arrived from the coast yesterday. Lee Benham, who has been in the Dewey Rancher Jack Henderson, well known rancher of Dewey, is among visitors in Prescott. He came in yesterday on business. Coast Visitors Miss Sallie O'Connor of San Fran cisco is passing the summer in Pres cott as the house-guest of Dr. and Mrs. J, B. McNally. Return to Phoenix Amos A. Betts of the state cor poration commission, has returned to Phoenix after a short visit here on official business and to see the Fron tier days. School Principal Harold Blome, principal of the Camp Verde school, was here yes terday for a short while, en route hem Phoenix to his home. Bureau Man Leaves Don G. Evans of the United States bureau of public roads has returned to Phoenix after a stay of several days hee on business with the coun ty highway commission. Attends Convention Colin Campbell, well known sheep raiser of Ash Fork, is among those attending tlje annual convention of the Arizona Wool Growers' associa tion here. Returns to Phoenix W. J. Bertush' of the Phoenix of fice of the veterans' bureau has re turned to the capital after a short stay here on business with trainees. "Here from Phoenix A. C. McQueen, livestock claim agent for the Albuquerque division of the Santa Fe railroad, is in the city on business from his home in Phoenix. Return to Phoenix Dr. W. A. Baker and R. W. Eaton of Phoenix have returned to the capi tal, concluding a visit her during Frontier days. 'Mrs. Eaton and her daughter, Miss Ruth, plan to remain in the city for a time. Visits Brother Here L. C. Kester of Modesto, Calif., was in the city yesterday, arriving from the coast to visit his brother, Frank Kester, of 'Copper Basin. While visiting his 'brother, who met him. here yesterday, Mr. Kester is looking over conditions with a view to locating in this county, having sold his ranch near Modesto. Former Pastor Rev. J. H. Batten, formerly pastor of the Congregational church of tins city, has arrived from his home at Santa Barbara, Calif., for a visit of several weeks with his daughter, Mrs. Horace Chandler. Return to Ranch Mr. and Mrs.- Mert Stewart of Sycamore accompanied the Misses Anna and Ellen Stewart and Miss Myers of Long Beach, Calif., yester day returned to the Stewart ranch after having been in Prescott during Frontier week. Goes to Coast John D. Park, ex-service man of this city, has gone to Los Angeles, planning to visit the Tosemite Na tional park and other parts of Cali fornia. Return to Home After a visit of several days in Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sweet of Crown King yesterday returned to their home. They made the trip by motor and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Loesser of Phoe nix, Hugh Nelson, Al Kellar and others. Coast Visitors Mrs. Frank Atkinson and her son, Robert, are in the city from Alham bra, Calif., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Joslin. With Mr. and Mrs. Joslin they enjoyed a drive over the Jerome highway to the copper camp yesterday. Mike Green Here Mike Green, who was an attache of the St. Michael hotel during the period that the late M. J. Hickey was the proprietor of that institution, is spending the week here. For the past five years he has been engaged in the real estate business at Phoenix. Go to Flagstaff Mrs. H. II. Ranson of Flagstaff, who has been passing a part of the summer in Prescott, accompanied by Miss Ethel Reiterman of Fort Whip ple, today will leave for Flagstaff, making the trip by motor. Mrs. Ranson will join her husband, Capt. H. H. Ranson, retired, while Miss Reiterman will go by rail to Cali fornia for her vacation. Back from Coast F. S. Nelson, electrical engineer of the Santa Fe, has returned from a short trip to Los Angeles, accom panied by W. Groom of the Santa Fe office at Wickcnburg. Mr. Nel son is with the Topeka, Kans., of fices of the Santa Fe, and is in stalling new electrical equipment for the dispatcher's office on the Ash Fork-Phoenix line. (From Sundays Dally) Rancher Here Joe Rudy, rancher of Yucca, was among arrivals from out of town yesterday. He came m on business. From the North Mrs. Elza Brown of Ash Fork, me down to Prescott yesterday fternoon to visit here over the week-end. From Wickenburg Mrs. E. H. Brown of Wickenburg arrived yesterday noon from the south, and will be a visitor here for several days. From the South Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lulch of Phoenix are passing a few days Tn Prescott. They arrived from the capital yesterday. Phoenix Visitors Arriving from the south yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Ruddcrow and Anna Inas are passing the week-end m Prescott. Jerome Visitor J. S. Purcell, business man of Je rome, drove over to Prescott yester day for a short stay. Frcm the Verde C. J. Boyer of Camp Verde is among visitors in town. He drove up from the valley yesterday. To Enter Post Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phillips ar rived yesterday from Mart, Texas, and are registered at the Prescott hotel. A disabled ex-service man, Philhpc plans to enter Fort Whipple. From Kirkland Mrs. Ed Ritter, wife of the well known Kirkland rancher, passed yes terday m Prescott shopping and visiting friends.. From the Coast Loren C. Ayshford of Palo Alto, Calif., was among arrivals in the city yesteiday. He is registered at the Prescott hotel. From the Capital L. C. Frier of Phoenix arrived from the south on business yester day. He is staying at th c St, Michael. Southern Visitor Among visitors in the city from the south is Mrs. Leta Hayes, who arrived yesterday from her home in Miami. From Wickenburg Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Johnson, resi dents of Wickfnburg, are passing a few days in the city shopping and visiting. They are registered -at the Head hotel. Builds Bungalows A. W. Schuler has Just completed two modern bungalows on Grove street for Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brinkmcyer. Mayer Visitor Fred Emery, garageman of Mayer, was among visitors here yesterday, driving over on business. Here for Week-end Mr. and Airs. M. King and Mr. and Mrs. Russell S. Shnde, all of Phoe. nix, are passing the week-end in Prescott. Rancher is Here Tom Anderson, well known rancher of the Fair Oaks country, is among visitors in the city on "busi ness. Week-end Visit Mrs. Buck Conrey of Turkey Creek is passiug the week-end in Prescott on a visit with friends. Goes to Jerome H. G. Fansler yesterday went to Jerome on business, and will be in the copper camp for about two weeks. Mining Man Here J. H. Warren, well known mining man of the Kirkland district, was in the city on business yesterday. Phoenix Visitor Mrs. E. E. Lane of Phoenix is among visitors in the city. She ar rived yesterday and registered at the Congress hotel. In on Business Ed Wilson of Clcmenceau was among visitors in the city yesterday, coming in on business. From the South Among those arriving from Phoe nix yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Sikes. Phoenix Visitor Jack Brace, Phoenix business man. is passing a few days in this city on business. From Congress W. T. Sawyer, rancher of Congress Junction, arrived from the south yes terday and will be in the city a short time on business.. Visits Family Here A. H. Case, who holds the position of field manager for the Lcwisohn interests of New York, has arrived in Prescott to visit his family, who are living on South Mt. Vernon street. Back from Gilbert Edward Pattee yesterday returned from Gilbert, where he has been re cently on business. He was accom panied to Prescott by his son, Har old, who has been attending school m Gilbert. Endorse Appointee Dr. A. C. Carlson, of the United Verde hospital in Jerome, has been endorsed by the Jerome post of the American Legion as the designated examiner for the V. S. Veterans' Bu reau in that city. Returns to Phoenix C?pt. H. W. Burton of the Volun teers of America, has returned to Phoenix after visiting Prescott and Jerome in the interests of the Prison League being established in this state by his society. Return to Phoenix Concluding a visit during Frontier week with her mother, Mrs. William Puntenney, Mrs. Luke Henderson and her daughter, Miss Lucille, yes terday returned to their home in Phoenix. Return to Ranch Ray H,ill, accompanied by his daughters, the Misses Margaret and Dorothy Hill, yesterday returned to the Hill ranch near Camp Wood, after passing Frontier week in Prescott. Visits Brother Here Miss Anita Herrick of Denver is at Fort Whipple as the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Major and Mrs. John Herrick. Return to Phoenix Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Cline have returned to their ranch home near Phoenix after passing the week in Prescott attending the Frontier days and the cattle growers' convention. Mr. Cline was among contestants at the fair grounds arena. Return to Ranch Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cavness have returned to the Cavness ranch in the Cave Creek country after visiting for a couple of weeks in Prescott and surrounding towns. Mr. Cav ness is owner of the famous 51 ranch, breeding blooded stock. Returns' from Coast Ernest McLaughlin of Whipple Barracks returned yesterday 'from San Francisco, where he has -been attending the national convention of the Disabled American Veterans of the World War, as a delegate from Arizona. Examines Mine E. R. Sonne, mining engineer for the Chino Copper company, has com pleted an examination of the mining property of David Mullen of this city, located in the Weldon district near Phoenix, , Mr. Mullen reported yesterday, following his return from a visit with Mr. Sonne to the prop erty. Goes to New Mexico Col. W. H. Corbusier, a well known former resident of this city who is greatly interested in the his tory of the county and in Indian lore, yesterday left for Albuquerque. From there he will go to San An tonio to visit his son and then to New York city. From the Farms Carl Clark of the Prescott Dry Farms was in the city yesterday. Mr. Clark, who is manager of the uni versity agricultural experiment sta tion at the farms, reported that crop conditions are good. Corn, red ap ples and sorghum are coming up fine, and a little more rain will help things along, he said. Sings at Church Prof. W. H. Olney, vocal instruc tor of the Phoenix Scfiool of Music, who is conducting summer vocal courses at the Ryland stutjio here, is to sing at services at the Marina Street Methodist church this morn ing, it was announced yesterday. Mr. Olney is an accomplished singer and his appearance at the church will af ford an opportunity to hear him, which many will avail themselves of. Go to Coast F. S. Viele, president, and R. S. Masson, general manager of the Ari zona Power company, plan to leave today for Los Angeles. After a short stay at the company's offices in that city Mr. Viele will go to New York on business. (From Tuesday's Dally) Dewey Merchant - C. E. Stanton, proprietor of the Dewey general store, was among visitors here yesterday. Returns from Coast William A. Qavidson, who was called to oLs Angeles recently by the illness of his "mother, returned Sunday. j Pass Sunday Here Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dennison of Jerome drove over from the Cop per- camp Sunday to pass the day with friends in Prescott Make Business Trip Ernest Crutchfield of Crutchfield Brothers, local Buick dealers, wept to Los Angeles Sunday on business. He will return in a few days. Goes to Kirkland L. C. Derrick, cashier of the Pres cott State bank, yesterday made a short trip out to Kirkland on busi ness, returning in the evening. Returns to Office John Kerr, assistant southwestern district forester, has returned to his office at Albuquerque after a short stay in Prescott on business with the local forest office. Expected Back Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vync yesterday afternoon were expected to return with their family from Mormon lake, where they have been for the past month on a vacation outing. Return from Coast Mr. and Mrs. F. G: Brown and their young son have returned from California, after an enjoyable vaca tion visit of two weeks at oLng Beach. Mining Man Here Archible Horton, mining man of Kirkland, was in the city yesterday on business, calling at the county recorder's offices. From Jerome R. K. Duffy, general auditor of the United Verde Copper company, was among visitors in the cty yesterday. Return from Canyon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doran have returned from their wedding trip to the Grand canyon, and are registered at the Head hotel. Goes to Jerome E. J. F. Home of Martindell. Home & Co., drove over to Jerome with his family Sunday. Jerome Visitors W. S. Kirby and family drove to Prescott Sunday from their home in Jerome.