SOUTHERN IDAHO DEMOCRAT, Established 1914.
THE SHOSHONE JOURNAL, Established 1882.
SHOSHONE, IDAHO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1924.
Bar Dance by Shoshone
i Club Causes Wrinkles
k ETIQUETTE BEINC^^DIED
Mas are Very Anxious to Know What
t* 4* Whin the Women Call
fee Them to Take Them to
Onnce Friday Evening
Talk about busy people. Just watch
s« the male portion of Shoshone this
They are running the book
«hope ragged after books on ettiquette.
ft, Ordinarily menfolk care but little for
Hlg the niceties of society as their end
ot the game is easily upheld but this
t ' wee * c new and puzzling questions p.re
st a before them for solution.
AH caused by the leap year dance
of the Shoshone Dancing club,
ladles are to call for the men and
«scort them to the dance and then
take them home. Fine, but— t
How ahould a man act when a
woman calls at his home for him?
Should he be ready to go at once or
should he like a woman fuss and
the I _____
ail , primp while the woman nervously
mg awaits his getting ready to go?
Then, again, after the dance, if she
falls to take him to dinner, should he
ask her in and serve a lunch?
Should he bid her goodnight at the
door and slip quickly in before she
tries an osculatory demonstration?
Anyway one thing has been de
dance with friend wife unless he wants
Th« dance is Friday night and
men are nervous and figedity and won
dering what to do while the women
aerenly smile and refuse to be drawn
Into the controversy.
P. 8. Cold feet having developed
above tuts all been settled by
wlv44 taking their husbands on this
CHANCE TO GET MONEY.
Children Have a Chance to Win
Prize in the Poster Drawing
Contest in Schools
Announcement has been made
the Idaho Anti-Tuberculosis associ
ation of a health poster contest to be
held from January 15 to March 15
which children in the public schools
of Idaho are invited to take part. The
contest In Idaho Is preliminary to an
inter-state contest to be held at the
meeting of the Inland Empire Teach
ers' aeeociation In Spokane on April
7 with schools of Idaho, Montana,
Oregon and Washington competing.
The posters are to be divided into
two classes, class A to Include free
hand drawing, cutting and painting,
and Class B. which is for pupils of the
first tour grades only, to Include cut
out pesters made from magazine or
other .pictures suitably mounted.
The best poster In each county will
be selected by a committee appointed
by the county superintendent, and
thssn Will be forwarded to the office
of tbs Idaho Anti-Tuberculosis as
sociation at Boise, where judges will
selsèf the best poster In each class
and «Vision to represent Idaho in the
inter-state contest when final judg
ing will take place.
The prizes In the Inter-state con
test are generous, ranging from 125
to fJJW. The subjects of the posters
an to include food health habits,
snn||M, health activities.
♦ MONEY FROM PULLETS
♦ r»v< hundred and fifty pul
♦ lata brought K. Julian 6170 No
a little better
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♦ RICHFIELD NEWS NOTES ♦
T. B. Brush was a Shoshone visitor
Owen Youngkin drove to the county
A. L. Fletcher transacted business
in Shoshone Tuesday.
Edward Turner of Twin Falls is in
this community buying potatoes.
Mrs. T. I. McMahon spent the week
■ end in Shoshone visiting relatives.
Murray Brookman returned home
Tuesday evening from a trip to Twin
Mrs. A. J. Llndemer left Sunday for
a six weeks stay at the Portland Sani
Mrs. L. Crosby was In Shoshone
Tuesday and Wednesday having
dental work done.
A. J. Lindemer and W. P. Barnes
attended the basket ball game at Hai
ley Saturday evening.
Little Jimmie Lindemer is staying
at the Baer home during Mrs. Linde
mer's trip to Portland.
The Richfield Woman's club will
meet at the home of Mrs. T. B. Brush
Saturday March 1st, instead of Mrs.
L. C. Jensen,
A wedding dance was given Sat
urday evening by Mr. and Mrs, Ed
Britt at their country home,
plimentary to the newly weds, Mr. and
Mrs. Alec Woods.
Mrs. Birney Powell entertained at
a Birthday dinner Saturday evening,
complimentary to her husband. Covers
were laid for twenty-one. Following
the dinner the guests played pinochle
until a late hour.
The finance committee of the Ladles
Aid for January and February and
March are staging a "Gooding College
Banquet" Friday evening March 7th.
At this time a four course turkey
dinner, with all trimmings will be
Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Brennen entertained at a dinner
party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Alec
Woods, formerly Gladys Britt. The
young couple were married by Judge
Noble at Shoshone Wednesday, Feb
Friends will be interested in know
ing that Mrs. Bertha Crowther, wife
of the late Rev. Walter Crowther is
located at Moscow, Idaho, where she
Is keeping house for her son, Kriss.
Hope is with her mother, but not at
tending school at present.
About nine Richfield ladies attend
ed the Bridge Tea given by the Guild
at Shoshone Saturday. Mrs. L. C.
Jensen taking Mrs. James Jensen and
Mrs. Brookman In her car, and Mrs.
Brush taking Mesdames Crosby, Baer,
Barnes, Tapper and Fletcher.
The Masons of the Richfield lodge
entertained the ladles at a banquet
Friday evening. After the feast, which
was under the auspices of Dave Engle
and wife, the entire party, about
forty-five in number, adjourned to the
Lodge rooms where they enjoyed a
program and a social time.
Twenty-five ladies attended the lad
ies meeting Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Hal Ross, who was assisted by
Mrs. C. O. Chatfield. After the short
business session a delicious lunch of
chicken sandwttches, pickles, coffee,
ice cream and two kinds of cake were
served. Next session will be at Mrs.
Gandy's; assistant hostess, Mrs. Chas.
Mesdames L. C. and James Jensen
entertained at bridge Thursday even-I
^ Ing, George Wigshlngthns Birthday
cere cleverly uaed throughout
e evening. The hostess served a
most sumptuous two course luncheon
the guests at the cio# of the
evening and presented s boudoir cap
: u the lady having high prize at
(at.Is, there being six tables in sJi
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Our Pet Peeve
(Copyright, W. N. Oy
A SHOSHONE BOY WEDS
Lane B. Warren, Formerly of North
Shoshone, Weds Mias Eva Ring
rose in California.
and Miss Eva Alfreda Ringrose, daugh
ter of Mrs. Valter Newton of Sunny
vale, was the happy culmination of
The marriage of Lane B. Warren
romance which had Its inception last
posed that a marriage was so lmmi
nent. In fact the contracting parties
did not know themselves that they
were going to be married, until after
an automobile ride last Monday even
ing. It was such a beautiful moon
conceded that the popular young
pie were betrothed, it was not sup
light night and everything was
favorable that they decided to take
the step at once, and in company
with Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Crothers
The bride is well known in Sunny
vale, where she has been employed
as cheif operator at the telephone of
proceeded to San Jose where they se
cured a license and thence to Cuper
tino, where the ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Clarence E. Rob
inson of the Union church.
flee since her arrival from Portland.
Oregon, about a year ago. The groom
has also been a resident of Sunny
vale for a year, having formerly re
sided at Shoshone, Idaho. He is as
sociated with his father, as a build
ing contractor. The newlyweds re
turned to Sunnyvale immediately after
the ceremony, where they are re
ceiving the hearty congratulations of
their friends, who are now planning
to hold a reception in their honor.
JUDGE SAMUEL KING DIES.
Well Known Lincoln County Charac
ter Passes Away at the Home of
Son in Washington
Judge Samuel S. King, well known |
In Lincoln county where he at one
time was active In politics died at the :
home of his son at Eatonville, Wash-|
J Ingtor., last Wednesday.
Samuel 8. King was born In Sum
mersr tt Shire, England, December 16,
16<<, so that he was just pust 79 years
of age at his death, lie came to thr
United gtutes at (lie age of five
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AT THE BAUGH THEATER
The attraction at the Baugh theater
for Friday and Saturday Is "Woman
Proof", starring Thomas Meighan with
Lila Lee heading the supporting cast,
America's leading humorist, author of
j "Back Home and Broke'» wrote thia
; story especially for Thomas Meighan.
j It is about a handsome, hardboiled
youth bachelor with some startling
j ideas about money and marriage and
j girls. The same good natured fun and
native American h eart-appeal
j made - Back Home and Broke" go over j
j fjn s -Woman Proof."
The character of Gale Brenon, por
! trayed by Dorothy Dalton as the star !
Bound", which Is the attraction Sun
in the Paramount picture
day, is one most unique in motion
Gale is the daughter of a revenue j
fofficer, living with her father on a
Florida orange plantation. Next door
lives Rodger Wainright, a wealthy
jYork man, who has bought this neigh
boring plantation for the purpose of
being near Gale, whom he loves.
Things progress more or less smothly
between the two until after a wild
night spent at a nearby Inn, Wain
right finds himself a fugitive, accused
of the murder of Gale's father who
had conducted a raid on the resort
Monday and Tuesday the stirring
drama, ''Hell's Hole" wil] be the at
traction. It is a picture full of action
and tenseness ana sure to please the
red-blooded seeker after thrills. There
will also be another installment of the
serial, "In the Days of Buffalo Bill."
Never before has Douglas Fairbanks
waxed so enthusiastic over the suc
cess and admiration of a picture than
he has over "The Mark of Zorro,"
hi* fourth United ArtlstB' production
which will be the feature attraction |
" ednesday and Thuisdoc.
The Btory U an a d ®I>i»' lon of John
y Weekly magazine.
Those critics who have v
Murk of Zorro" have proclaimed that
Fairbanks lias excelled any of hW pre
Thls is due to
minus story and
»ton McCulley's novel, "The Curse of
Capistrano," which appeared in the
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KILLED AT BRADY
Wednesday night Thomas Mul
4 eska of Providence, R. L was
4 killed about a mile east of the
4 Erady siding, it is thought by
4 a freight train. Discharge papers
4 found on the body gave his oc
4 cupation as a teamster and show
4 ed he had sesrved in the World
4 War. He was about 26 J'ears old.
4 The crew of Train 23 saw the
4 body lying beside the track and
4 notified O. J. Brennan, who 4
4 with Sheriff Wheeler, brought the 4
♦ body t0 Shoshone,
It is thought he was beating 4
4 his way east on a freight train 4
* and in 8° me manner had been 4
4 knocked off and killed. Up to 4
* the time of soing to press nothing 4
4 had been heard from relatives 4
4 as to disposition of the body.
A FULL HOUSE
Student Body Puts on Play to Clear
Indebtedness of Athletic
"A Full House" a farcical comedy
three acts, presented by the Stud
ent Body of Shoshone High school,
a house full of laughs. The scene
laid In the drawing room of Mrs.
Fleming's duplex apartments on River
side Drive, New Y'ork City. Imag
ine a reckless and wealthy youth who
writes ardent love letters and then
gets his hand bag mixed up with the
grip of a burglar who has just stolen
valuable necklace from the mother
the Indiscreet youth, and the efforts
the crook to recover his plunder,
incidents in the story of the play
which the swiftness of the action
never halts for an Instant. Not only
the situations screamingly funny
the line« themselves hold a fund
humor at all times,
The cast Is j
Parks, an English servant Dick tier pa
Susie, from Sioux City, a maid
. r .. . Alice Bor
Ottlly Howell, a bride .
; Mias Wlnuecker, from
the aunt . ..
Daphne Charters, OK
ter . Vi
Nicholas King, a «Dato
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i Not Many Cases to W ork
Must Report for Duty Monday
MOSTLY FARMERS ON PANEL
are Wanting to be Ex
cused on This Pane! as Farm
Work is light and Jury
Fees Look Good.
Sheriff Clarence Wheeler- has
mond a Jury to report at the court
house Monday morning. Most of those
called are farmers and is not thought
likely there will be
presented to get off the jury list
work on the farms is rather light
present and the jury fees look good
at this time of year.
The following names are in the
Ferrel Clark, Andrew- Paul
Wesley Kepford. Emil LeBrun,
George C. Sanford, George Bowman,
Walter Younkin, Charles Buel, David
G. Mitchell. Fred F. Gwin, Beulah
Fuller, Albert Stevens, Mrs. Iva Nicely,
Charles W. Gwin, Albert Bayliss, Chris
Hansen, Geneva Stoddard, Fred Cling
er, A. J. Newman, S.
j James McClure, Hiram Tolley, T. J.
I Claspill, D. Sindey Smith, Robert J.
Watkins, A. W. Will. F. W. Yowell,
S. R. Mulliner, Harry Stoner, Georgs
H. Banner, Martin Garner, J. A. Mills,
W. W. Custer, I. H. Huff, A. J. Lange,
W J. Tapper, Ross P. Borden and.
There are only one or two cases
qulring a Jury.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Church school at 10 a. m. C. F.
Morning Worship at 11. The theme
for the sermon will be, "The Value of
Young peoples meeting at 6 ;30. The
leader will be Ward Mills. 1
Evening Services at 7:30. Thia-will
be a special program given by ? our
Young- People. An evening in China.
There will be special music at both
There will be a special
meeting of all of the officers and
teachers of the church school. at the
home of Mr. Borden on Monday night,
March 3. Church Night Wednesday
night Meeting of the orchestra at 6
p. m. Dinner at 7:15. Progtvm at 8
Chapel services at 8:30.
hearsal at 9.
Attendance at church
night is continually increasing, sixty
having been present making quite a
change from old fashioned prayer
meeting and yet the proper spirit is
manifested and all are praying for
better things yet to come. The ladies
will furnish the eats, and the ' pro
gram will be entirely different 'from
anything we have had yet. Following
is the program for Sunday nightj
AN EVENING IN CHINA'
Hymn No. 631
The Challenge of Methodism
... Ruth Eastman
China—In the Eyes of the World
- Jack Clem
- William Carr
The Story of Seventy-five Years
_ Prof. C. P. Pollard
New China—Government and Re
New China's Industry _ Charles Badley
Responsive Reading, 7th Reading
Page 83 Psalter.
Announcement and Offering.
Hymn No. 653
New China—Education and Cul
- Mrs. C. P. Pollard
j New China's 8oul and Our Pro
Hour of Pt
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