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PAGE SIX WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 19Z2. fr'::':.:::: I City News In Brief 3 (From Thursday's Dallv) From Humboldt George Davis, well known resident of Humboldt, drove to the city yes terday for a short stay on business. From the East E. Moorhead of Minneapolis and J. T. Kerrigan of St. Paul are pass ing a few days in Prescott. Goes on Hunt Warren Stone of this city has gone to Congress Junction to hunt quail for a week. Home .for Holidays Miss Genevieve McNally is ex- pected to arrive today from Tempe, where she is attending the state nor ma! school, to pass the Christmas holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. McNally. iiome tor Amas & Paul Plummer has returned from Tucson, where he is attending the University of Arizona, to spend the Christmas holidays at home. From the University Mary Ruth Payne arrived yester day from Tucson, returning from the University of Arizona, to be at home during the Christmas holidays. Back for Xmas Joe McNally, who is in his fresh .man year at the University of Ari zona, is expected to arrive from Tuc son today to pass Christmas at home, In on Business John T. Keegan, mining man who is operating in the Walker district, was in the city on business yester day. Has New Car H. G. Fansler, manager of the Clarkdale and Jerome district for the Prescott music store, has pjurchased a new Buick roadster. From the Coast Charles F. Gilroy, traveling auditor for the Santa Fe coast lines, is in the city on business at the local office, lie is accompanied by his wife. In on Business D. O. Saunders drove over from Clarkdale yesterday to attend to some business. Saunders is assistant manager of the Clarkdale branch of the Bank of Arizona. Ranchers Here H. A. Miller and Marion White, ranchers of the Williamson valley, drove to Prescott yesterday to at tend to some legal business. .Returns from South C. U. Pickrell, county agricultural agent, has returned from attending the meeting of the livestock section of the Arizona Industrial congress at Phoenix. Expected Today Tony Johns was expected to re turn last night or today from Phoe nix, where he attended the annual meeting of the Arizona Industrial congress. Back After Vacation Mrs. L. B. Morsehead, deputy in the county assessor's office, has re turned from Phoenix, where she has been enjoying a vacation during the past week, visiting friends at the capital. Deputy Recorder Miss Esther Swartz has been ap pointed a deputy in the county re corder's office, succeeding P. J..Mc Nulty, who has accepted a position with the Santa Fe at Wickenburg. Returns to Jerome Robert E. Tally, general manager of the United Verde, yesterday re turned to his home in Jerome, after a short visit on his way back from attending the annual meeting of the Arizona Industrial congress at Phoenix. Returns to South Concluding a short stay in Hum boldt, Dr. J. H. Heald of El Paso, yesterday passed through Prescott en route to Phoenix and Tucson.' Dr. eHald is superintendent of the south ern district of the Congregational church. Comes to Office Coming in from his home in the Walnut Creel: district of the Pres cott forest, Ed Oldham, ranger irt charge of that district, will be here for several days attending to some detail work at the local forest serv ice office. Back from South Returning last night from Phoenix, Supervisors W. W. Midgley and L. S. Colwell, and R. E. Donovan, clerk of the board, have completed their equipment and this morning will be trip to the capital to purchase county among those attending the meeting of the Hassayampa road committee of the chamber of commerce. Attend Meeting J. E. Wagner of Jerome and C. P. Mullen of Hillside, members of the county highway commission, are ex pected to come to Prescott today to attend the meeting of the chamber of commerce committee which will con sider effective means of helping to bring about completion of the Has sayampa road. Expected Today Joseph McCarthy, county highway engineer, is expected to come to Prescott today from his home in Je rome to attend the chamber of com merce committee meeting this morn ing. Back from South R. E. Moore, chairman of the high way commission, returned yesterday from Phoenix, where he went on business a day or two ago, and will be in the city today to attend the meeting of the Hassayampa road committee oi the chamber ot com merce. Adjusts Insurance Insurance adjustment of the recent fire which destroyed the auditorium of the Clarkdale High schpol, will be made by K. W. Witchers of Phoenix, who arrived in PrescotJ Tuesday and left for Clarkdale yesterday. (From FriOay's Dally) Gees to Coast R. H. Burmister, senior member of tiie real estate firm of Burmister & Hill, yesterday left for San Fran cisco to pass the holidays with friends. Home for Holidays Among those returning to pass the Christmas holidays at home in Pres cott are the Misses Mollie Merritt, Vera Jackson and Mary Cromwell, all of whom are attending the Uni versity of Arizona. Home for Christmas Miss Louise Howard has returned from Tucson to pass the Christmas holidays at home. Miss Howard will have as her guest during the Christ mas teason, Aliss .uarjone ihrum. who is also a student at the univer sity. From Swansea Frank Hood, formerly in charge or the Arizona rower company s commissary department, is passing day or two in Prescott from his home at Swansea, where he is now chief clerk of the Swansea mine for the Southwest Metals comparer. The Swansea is shipping some ore to the smelter at Humboldt, Hood said yes terday. To Visit Parents The' Misses Margaret Watson and Dorothy Stuart returned yesterday noon from Tucson to pass the Christmas holidays at home. Returns Sunday T. G. Norris is expected to return Sunday from Chicago, where he has been recently on legal business. To Visit Friends The Misses Delia and Sue Moore of Winslow are visiting friends in Camp Verde. Returns from University Joe McNally, son of Dr. and Mrs, J. B. McNally, yesterday returned from the University of Arizona, to pass the holidays at home. Has Rheumatism Deputy Sheriff Bill Fitzgerald yes terday was confined at home, suffer ing with rheumatism. Holiday Vacation Dixon Fagerberg, Jr., is home from the Page Military Academy at Los Angeles, to spend the holidays. From the Junction Mrs. A. O. Despain drove to Pres cott yesterday from her home at Je rome Junction, to pass the day in town. Holiday Vacation Mrs. Marie Vance Ryland of the Ryland Piano Studo, left today for a holiday vacation and will return to Piescott the middle of January. Returns from South C. E. Gentry has returned from Phoenix, where he attended a meet ing of Arizona's county assessors Goes to Phoenix Ben Harmon, well known cattle man of the Camp Wood country, is passing a few days at the capital on business. Express Business W. S. Seidel, traveling auditor of the American Express company, is here on business at the local express office, of which O. H. Tucker is manager. On Legal Business Judge A. K. Lee, justice of the peace at Humboldt, was in the city yesterday on legal business. Home for Holidays Charles Suder, Jr., has returned from Tucson, where he is attending the University of Arizona, to spend the holidays at home. Home from Tempe Miss Genevieve McNally has re turned from Tempe to pass the Christmas holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. McNally. Miss McNally is attending the state nor mal school. Back from South William Brown and Mike Larkin, ex-service men of this city, have re turned from Wickenburg, where they have been staying recently. From tho Verde Driving over from their homes in Camp Verde, Henry See and Mr. and Mrs. II B. Cummings are making a short visit to Prescott. Leave for Holidays Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Orthel and their daughters, the Misses Margaret and Katherine, plan to leave for Phoenix today to pass the holidays with Mrs. Orthel's sister. Claim Business A. C. McQueen, livestock claim agent for the Santa Fe, is passing a few days in the city on business for the road. Goes to Coast v George Kingdon, general manager of the United Vefde Extension, has gone to Los Angeles on a business trip. Mr. Kingdon's home is in Jerome. , Back from California Richard Ebbs has returned from California, where he has been passing some time lately, and is again Whipple Barracks. Returns to Coast Thomas H. Collins of the Calumet & Arizona and the Verde Central mining companies, yesterday left for Pasadena after a stay of several days in Prescott and at the mine, to join his family in their winter home. Inspects V. C. Ed Collins, prominent mining en gineer of Duluth, Minn., has arrived to visit the Verde Central mine Jerome. Going over the mine yes terday, he will return today and leav for his home in the cast. From Clarkdale R. K. Duffy and Grant Dunlap came over from Clarkdale yesterday to attend the meeting of the cham ber of commerce's special committee on the Hassayampa road. From Jerome R. E. Moore, chairman of th. c unty highway commission, and H DeWitt Smith, both of Jerome, were among those at the meeting of the Hassayampa roads committee of the chamber of commerce yesterday. From Ash Fork Charles E. Burton, prominent land owner and resident of Ash Fork came do.wn from the main-line junc tion yesterday to attend the roads meeting at the chamber of commerce. Home for Holidays Among Prescott young folk who have returned to pass the Christmas holidays at home are Miss Anita Weil, Miss. Jimmie Jackson, Max and Earl Escher, Harold Block and Ernest Born. Goes to Flagstaff Miss. Ethel Compton, who teaches the county school at Bumblebee, was in the city yesterday, on her way to her home at Flagstaff, where she will pass the Christmas holidays. Here to Shop Mr. and Mrs. W. Jeff Martin and family came in to town yesterday from their home at Canon, where Mr. Martin is engaged in the mer chandising business, to visit friends and do some buying for Christmas, From the North rrank K. (joodman, state engi neer-elect, was in tlje city yesterday on his way to the capital from his home in Flagstaff, to attend a meet ing of the special roads committee of the chamber of commerce. Goes to Coast M. B. Hazeltine, president of the Yavapai County Savings bank, yes terday left for California, to pass the Christmas holidays with his family driving over to the coast with his sons, Jack and Sherman. Mrs. Hazel tine left on the train for southern California, where their other son, Bcnsall, a student at Stanford, will meet his parents. Go to California Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shea and Hey ward Gibbes, Jr., have gone to Call fornia. The Sheas will pass the holi days with relatives in Fresno, while Mr. Gibbes will visit in L'a Jolla. (From. Saturdays Dally) From the Junction Carl Reese, well known rancher of Jerome Junction, drove to Prescott yesterday to do some buying. Noted Singer Here Helen Boyle Haworth, noted mezzo soprano, arrived in 1'rescott last evening, coming to appear with the St. Nick's entertainers, at the Elks theater tonight. She will be the guest of Lester Ruffners during her short visit Holiday Guest Miss Bessie M. De Dell arrived yes terday from Los Angeles to pass the holidays in Prescott 39 the guest of Mrs. M. L. Baldwin of Mt. Vernon street Sheepman Here Fletcher Bly of the Yeager & Bly sheep outfit whose ranges are in the Bald Hill district to the south, was in the city yesterday on business at the forest service office. South for Xmas Mrs. Edward A. Kastner and her daughter, Miss Betty, will spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. T. E. Lett at Tucson. Visits Daughter Mrs. Ross of Kingman arrived yes terday from the north to spend Christmas with her daughter, Mrs. L. J. Haselfeld, of Kirkland. She was met in Prescott by Mr. and Mrs. Haselfeld, who accompanied her to Kirkland. In from Ranch Granville Fain arrived in town Thursday from the S. & H. ranch, and is spending a few days here on ranch business. Buys Supplies Driving in from his ranch near Walnut Grove, S. A. D. Jackson passed yesterday in town to buy some supplies for the ranch. On Shopping Trip Mrs. W. H. Cordes drove in yes terday from her home at Walnut Creek, to do some Christmas market ing. From the North Miss E. Eckel of Flagstaff is among visitors in Prescott She ar rived from the main-line Thursday, registering at the Prescott hotel. Returns from South Chester Hoatson, foreman at the Verde Central mine, has returned from a short visit in the southern part of the state. Here cn Business O. H. Mitchell came up from his home in Phoenix Thursday and was here yesterday to transact business. Goes to Flagstaff Miss Ethel M. Compton, who came in to town Thursday from Bumble bee, where she teaches the county school, left yesterday for Flagstaff to spend Christmas at home. From the Coast L. McKinnon and C. M. Larsen, business men of Los Angeles, were in the city yesterday, having arrived from the coast on business Thurs day. Here on Visit Bill West, Yavapai cowboy, is spending a few days in the city. He came in on Thursday and is .staying at the Prescott hotel. In from Ranch J. L. Sessions, son of Charles Ses sions of Cherry Creek, is spending a few days in Prescott to transact some business. Return from North Rav Vvne and John Bowcn of Vyne Brothers Electric company, re turned' yesterday from Ash Fork, where they have been working on Vyne Brothers' contract to wire the new school. Does, Good Business Wm. A. Davidson returned yester day from Phoenix, where he went several days ago to attend the Ari zona industrial congress meeting. While in Phoenix, Davidson reports, he did a good business for the life insurance company he represents. Goes to Phoenix Mrs. Walter Jones of the Arizona Power company's office, has gone to Phoenix for the Christmas holidays. Xmas on Coast Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Peacock of Tapco, where Mr. Peacock is in charge of the Arizona Power com pany's station, yesterday went to Los Angeles to spend Christmas with relatives and friends. Xmas with Family A. B. Colwell, well known mining engineer of Jerome, was in the city ye'sterday on his way to Los Angeles, leaving on the afternoon train, to spend Christmas with his family. To Locate Here G. H. Graves of Winslow has been appointed assistant time-keeper at the local Santa Fe office, and will re sume his new duties on the first of the year. Arriving in Prescott yes terday, he has rented a house and will move his family here. Holiday Vacation W. F. Staunton, president of the Verde Central Mining company, was n the city yesterday on his way from the mine at Jerome, where he has been for some time recently, to Los Angeles, where he will spend Christmas with his family. Here on Business F. A. Reid of the Reid-Cashion Land & Cattle company, came to Prescott Thursday to pass a day or two in the city on business for the company. While here he transacted business at the forest service office, Entertainers Arrive Among the arrivals in Prescott on yesterday mornings tram were Ala- damoiselle Andrea, Victor Clibinsky, Grace Vanskow, Princess Tewa, Al- verda Mayee, all members of St. Nick's entertainers, and their secre tary. During their short stay in Prescott they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ruffner. Helps Fund Through the courtesy of the Mer- rit Transfer Company a special piano will be moved to the Elks theater to day to be used in the vaudeville and concert numbers to be given at the Elks theater this evening. "This service we are glad to give as a small help towards the Christmas tree fund," said Mr. Merritt. Injures Foot While in the cast with his mother, Mrs. F. W. Drydcn of Turkey Creek, who has been undergoing treatment at Mayo Brothers sani tarium at Rochester, Minn., young Charles Dryden accidentalljj shot himself in the foot, it was learned yesterday upon the return of Mrs. Dryden and the boy. Fortunately, the injury proved not to be serious. Mrs. Dryden and Charles were met here Thursday by Mr. Dryden, who drove in from the ranch to take them home. Holiday at Home A. F. Hunt, assistant superintend ent of the Albuquerque division of the Santa Fe coast lines, with juris diction over the local line, yesterday departed for his home at Burlingame, near Se.ii Francisco, to spend Christ mas with his family. Recently pro moted to the Prescott supermtend ency, Mr. Hunt plans to bring his family to this city after the first of the year. Mining Man Here rred Gronlund, mining man of Venezia, passed yesterday in Prescott on business. Coast Attorney 1. C. Job, attorney of-Los Angeles, in the city to attend to some legal business. He arrivsd Thursday. From Skull Valley 1. L. Morris, well known rancher f Skull Valley, passed yesterday in the city on business. (From Sunday's Dally) To Visit' Parents Wallace B. Perry arrived yesterday from his home in Phoenix, to 'spend Christmas. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Allan K. Perry will arrive to day from Tempe for Christmas. Goes to Winslow Mrs. H. L. Haskell will leave for Winslow today to spend Christmas with Mr. Haskell, who was recently transferred to the Winslow dis patcher's office of the Santa Fe. Install Officers Frank G. Brown yesterday went to Jerome to install officers of the Je rome Royal Arch Masons. Mr, Brown is high priest of the grand chapter of Arizona, Royal Arch Masons, and past grand master the blue lodges in Arizona. Goes to Jerome County Treasurer Frank E. Smith yesterday went over to Jerome on official business. Expected Today Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McLane are expected to arrive today from Kingman, to pass Christmas here with Mr. McLanc's parents, Judg and Mrs. Charles II. McLane. Mr. McLane is practicing law in King man with Charles Herndon. Home for Xmas Miss Alma Tabler has arrived from Red Rock, where she teaches the county school, to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Tabler, of Summit street. Humboldt Visitor Robert White of the county high way forces, came in from the road camp near Humboldt yesterday. From Mayer Miss Alice Conant, who is teach ing at he Mayer school, came to Prescott yesterday to shop and visit relatives. Mayer Visitor Frank Wilson, proprietor of the Mayer pool hall, was in the city yes terday to transact some business, From Kingman Charles Herndon, well known at torney of Kingman, has come dow: to Prescott to spend the holidays Here- for Holidays Mr. and Mrs. Joe Metz, former residents of Prescott, are at the St, Michael for the holidays. They now live at Kingman. Home for Holidays James Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Smith, will arrive today from Standford University, to pass Christ mas at home. From the Farms Prof. L. N. George, principal o the Prescott Farms school, spent th afternoon in town yesterday on busi ness, returning to his home yesterday evening. Goes to Phoenix Miss Thclma Roberts today will leave for Phoenix to spend Christ mas with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. George 'lumber. N From Humboldt Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nickerson drove to the city yesterday and passed the afternoon in town shop ping and greeting friends. From Humboldt Charles P. Henry, purchasing agent for the Humboldt smelter, passed yesterday in town on Dusiness. From Humboldt Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Colvocoresses and Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Janssen drove to the city yesterday from their homes in Humboldt, to pass the afternoon in town. Goes to Coast F. A. Hathaway, assistant cashier of the Bank of Arizona, has gone to California to spend Christmas with Mrs. Hathaway and their two daugh ters, who are in Long Beach. From Jerome C. M. Ewing, business man of Je rome, drove over to Prescott yester day. On Legal Business A. G. Baker of Favour & Baker yesterday drove to Camp Verde for a short stay on legal business. From the Est Arriving from Virgilina, Va., Mrs. W. H. Ellison is visiting in Prescott. Goes to Phoenix Perry Oliver has gone down to Phoenix to spend Christmas. South for Xmas Miss Margaret E. Darrow is go ing to Peoria to spend Christmas with her family. Miss Nancy Gibbes of Jerome was a visitor in Prescott yesterday. She drove over to visit friends here. Here on Business L. A. Kehr, chief clerk of the United Verde Extension, drove over from Jerome yesterday on business. Back from North , Judge Lamson arrived yesterday, returning from Flagstaff for Christ mas. Judge Lamson has been hear ing a case in the Coconino county superior court. Xmas in Phoenix William Raab of the Bashford Burmister company, went to Phoenix yesterday to see the Utah-Arizona football game. Mrs. Raab, who has been visiting at the capital for the past week, will return to Prescott with him. Returns to South Frank F. Hood, chief clerk of the Swansea mine, returned to Swansea yesterday after passing two or three days in Prescott Kirkland Visitor Wayne Thornburg, manager of the Diamond Two outfit at Kirkland, was among those who drove to Prescott yesterday on business. s Here for Xmas Leslie C. Derrick is expected to ar rive today for Christmas. Mr. Der rick, who has been ill in Los An geles recently, is reported to be much better. Xmas in Phoenix Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mcany and Mrs. W. A. Drake, Mrs. Meany's mother, went to Phoenix yesterday to jpend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McClung. Mrs. MeClung is Mrs. Drake's daughter. Expected Today T. G. Norris, who has been in Chicago on business for some time, is expected to arrive in Prescott to day, returning home for Christmas. From Jerome Returns from Jerome Harry Funk, who has been doing the electrical work at the Jerome High school for Vyne Brothers Elec tric company, returned yesterday to be at home for Christmas. Returns Today Harry Smith, who has been com pleting electrical installations at the new Winslow High school for Vyne Brothers Electric company, will re turn to Prescott today to spend Christmas at home. Delivers Truck T. F. McLoughlin made a trip to Humboldt yesterday to deliver a three-ton International truck to M. W. Brint. He was accompanied to Prescott by L. W. Geiseke, general inspector for the International Har vester company, manufacturers of the trucks which McLoughlin handles. From Jerome Frost L. Benham, ' manager of the Upper Verde Public Utilities com pany in Jerome, was in Prescott yes terday on his way to Phoenix, leav ing for the capital on the afternoon train. (Fom VTedrieSQays Dally) Back from Game Julian B. Downey, Jr., returned yes terday from Phoenix, where he went to see Arizona take the large end o the Christmas football score away from the Utah Aggies Xmas at Homo Kenyon Trengrove, who ts studying civil engineering at the University o Southern California, is among Pres cott young people who are spending Christmas at home, arriving last week to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Trengrove, during the holidays, Return to North After passing the Christmas, holi days here w'ith her parents, Captain and Mrs. Henderson of Mayer, Miss Catherine Henderson, who is with the Western Union office at Williams, re turned there yesterday. Returns from Phoenix Miss Thelma Roberts returned yes terday from the capital, where she passed Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Tumber. Visit Parents Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walker drove over from Jerome to spend Christmas with Mr. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Walker. . Returns to South Wallace Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Perry of this city, yester day returned to his home in Phoenix, where he is engaged in the insurance business, after passing Christmas with his parents. Opens Phoenix Shop Mrs. Jane Cotton of the Marinello Shop planned to leave for Phoenix last night to open the firm's new branch shop in the physicians' build ing there shortly after the first of the ear. Drive to Humboldt Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Trengrove and their sons and Mrs. A. B. Fox yester day drove to Humbjudt, where Mrs. J Fox will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nicker son, the Trengoves going on to the ron King mine, south of Humboldt. Returns to Home Charles W. McLane, son of Judge nd Mrs. Charles H. McLane, will re turn to his home in Kingman today after passing Christmas in Prescott. Mrs. C. W. McLane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMurchie, will re main here until the first of the year. Jerome Visitor Harry Parker, manager of the Je rome hotel, made a short business visit to Prescott yesterday. Go to Ranch Leaving the city yesterday after noon, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Morris have gone out to their ranch near Sycamore. Returns from South Mrs. D. O. Fort, proprietor of the Fort Shop, located in the Congress hotel building, has returned from Phoenix. Xmas in Prescott A. C. Young came in from his ranch at Skull valley Monday to spend Christmas with his family in Prescott. Home for Holidays Miss Vera Voge, who is studying at the University of California, is spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Anna Voge, of Grove street. Return to South Miss Minnie Seaman and Hess Sea man have returned to the capital after passing Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Minnie Seaman of this city. Goes to Phoenix. Superintendent George Shea of the Pioneers' Home, has gone to Phoenix for a short stay on official business. Vacation at Home Bud Sweeney i? spending the Christ mas holidays at home, having come over the latter part of last week from Los Angeles. He will be here the rest of this week. Home' for Xmas T. G. Norris reached Prescott Mon day, returning frpm Chicago to spend Christmas with his family. Mr. Nor ris has been in the east on legal busi ness recently. Returns from South Miss Margaret E. Darrow of the Norris & Norris law offices, has re turned from spending the holidays in Peoria. On Highway Work Chairman Robert E. Moore of the highway commission and County En gineer Joseph McCarthy drove over from Jerome yesterday on official business. Mayer Visitors Mr. and Mrs. John Peel, accompan ied by Mrs. Peel's sister, came over to Prescott yesterday from their home in Humboldt. From Jerome Mrs. H. B. Wooldridge, formerly court reporter for the superior court, drove to Prescott yesterday from her home in Jerome. Goes to Phoenix Miss Grace Sparkes, secretary of the chamber of commerce, has gone to Phoenix for a few days. Goes to Mayer Robert McMurchie, county-attorney-elect, yesterday afternoon drove to Mayer on legal business. From Jerome Norman Wykoff, well known Je rome attorney, drove over from the Verde side to spend Christmas with his family, who are living in Prescott On Legal Business Perry Ling .drove over from Jerome yesterday to transact legal business. Visit Parent? Mr. and Mrs. John H. Robinson, Jr., passed Christmas at the home of Mrs. Robinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Walters, south of Mayer. Xmas in Phoenix Harry Harter, local Santa Fe freight agent, has returned from Phoenix. where he spent Christmas with his brother, John Harter, and saw the Arizona-Utah football game. From the Capital Miss Mary Pettiv and her brother, M. J. Pettiv, Jr., are visiting in Pres cott during the holidays as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. McNally. Miss Pettiv is a graduate of St Joseph's academy. Returns from South Herndon J. Norris returned yester day from Tucson, where he and Mrs. Norris passed Christmas with Mrs. Norris' father, Lee Cruice. He made the trip by automobile. Here for Xmas Hugh O. Morrison, state examiner, and John Morrison, deputy assessor of Coconino county, are in the city to spend Christmas with their brother, Robert E. Morrison, and family. Xmas at Mayer Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Lopney and their young daughter, Marjorie Belle, passed Christmas with Mrs. Looney's mother, Mrs. Joe Mayer, of Mayer. Returns to Jerome John McNally, who is managing the Connor hotel in Jerome temporarily, returned there yesterday after speed ing Christmas in Prescott with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. McNally. Return to Home Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, who have been spending Christmas with Mrs. Wilson's father, Judge E. W. Wells, have returned to their home in San' Francisco. From Out of Town Among out-of-town visitors in Pres cott on Christmas were Aubrey Gist of Skull Valley, Alfred Stapp of Skull Valley and Mr. and Mrs. .Lee Stayner of Venezia. Xmas at Home Ed Oldham, Prescott forest ranger in charge of the Walnut Creek dis trict, who has been preparing his dis trict report in the local forest service office, returned to his home for Christmas. He will be back in Pres cott this week. Back for Xmas Eli Stauffer, former local Santa Fe chief electrician, who was recently promoted to chief lineman of the Santa Fe coast lines, passed Christ mas with his family in Prescott. Expected Today M. B. Hazeltine, . president of the Yavapai County Saxiigs bank, is ex pected to return -today from Los An geles, where he passed Christmas with Mrs. Hazeltine and their family. He is making the trip overland.