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The Caldwell tribune. [volume] (Caldwell, Idaho Territory [Idaho]) 1883-1928, June 27, 1924, Image 3

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The Only Place in Caldwell That Serves
Home Made Ice Cream
Private Banquet and Ball room
for private parties
PHONE 409
For Ice Cream in any quantity.
It will be delivered promptly.
If You Demand
Shepperds' Ice Cream you will Know that it
is a Caldwell product, made by all American
Help. What could be better than a cone for
the kiddies or sundaes for the entire family.
Try it during Fourth of July and Chautauqua
week in Caldwell.
Our Cafe is ready to serve A' la' Carte meals
from 7 a. m. to midnight.
"Wè are Here to Serve You.
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116 South Kimball
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PLANNING THE DISBURSEMENT
OF THE FEDERAL SOLDIER BONUS
Colonel C. A, Pennington, Chief of the Insurance Division and
General Frank Hines, Director of the Veterans Bureau, going
over the plans for the disbursement of the soldiers insurance
bonus.
T CITY BRIEFS
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NOTICE—The
next Telephone
Directory goes to press July 5th.
All changes should be taken up with
the local Manager before June 27.
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• • •
George Rochester and Roy Harmon
tried angling on the Salmon river Sun
day with hut little success.
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Dr. Harold Dresser of Kuna was a
business visitor in Caldwell Monday.
• * •
Fred Jones of this city was an over
Sunday visitor at Vale.
« • •
Presley Horne, grand secretary of
; the I. O. O. K. lodge in Idaho, re
turned last Friday evening from
northern Idaho where he visited
many lodges of that order. He was
accompanied by John Ship of Idaho
Falls, state grand master of the order.
• • •
Miss Dcrothy Dudly, who has been
attending school the. past year at Ob
erlin college- Ohio, returned to Cald
well Monday morning to spend the
vacation with her parents. Dr. and
Mrs. S. B. Dudley.
♦a* *
R. C. Pasley, manager of the Gold
en Rule store here, left Tuesday for
New Vork on a buying trip.
Three divorces, to offset the large
number of June Marriages, were grant
cd Monday by Judge Ed. L. Bryan.
Lillian Harris was panted a divorce
from C. \. Harris. June Heath is no
longer wedded to Charles Heath and
Marie Spaighey obtained a divorce
from William Spaighey.
♦ * *
LASTING 10 DAYS
Special Price on Firestone and
Oldfield tires. See Bocox Battery &
Tire Station now.
...
Funeral services were held Sunday
j at Middleton for Orval Whitney.
I son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Whitney
I-if Middleton. The young man. who
was 25 years of age- died Sunday even
ng at the Caldwell sanatarinm.
• • •
Miss \nnahcll Mc.Maslers of Twin
Falls is in Caldwell visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Farl Wheeler,
Miss McMasters and Miss Elaine
Wheeler were friends at the Univer
sity of -Idaho.
...
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Meachem
spent the week end at Glenns Ferry
where they visited with Mrs. Mca
chem's sister.
* ft •
Edward Sawyer, who has been vis
iting with her uncle. Paul Case, is
spending a short outing in the Cham
berlin Basin country. Mr. Sawyer's
home is in St. Louis.
• • •
...
Special Millinery reduction, trim
med hats at half price. M. E. Gilgan
Sarchct.
• • •
Miss Helen Stone left Wednesday
morning for Jordon Valley, Oregon,
where she will visit friends for a few
days.
• • •
Get your Bosch and Gabriel snub
bers at Bocox Battery & Tire Sta
Paul Case was a business visite-r
in Emmett Wednesday.
• • •
Miss Dell Laughlin of Seattle ar
rived in this city Friday where she
will spend the summer at the home
of her brother A. E. l-aughlin
• • •
Mr*. C. L. Idleman of Nampa was
i visitor in this city Sunday.
I
Brace, prominent Nampa
business man was a business visitor
in this city Monday
• • •
• • •
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Mr. and Mrs. Austin We-trope oi
Boise spent Sunday in this city with
and
Mrs Westrope's parents,
Mrs. A. 11 CLambey.
Mr
Mont, stepped between trains Sunday
to visit her aunt Mrs M. E. Gilgan
Sarchct. Miss McKenzie was on her
way to Berkley, California, where she
will enter the University
• • •
Miss Mazie McKenzie of Missoula.
• • •
Good grade adding machine paper
for sale at The Tribune.
• • •
Mrs. Fred Phillips of Baker City.
Oregon, was a guest the past week at
he home of her mother Mrs. Betty
Powell on south Kimball
• * * *
Mr. and Mrs Ray Hartely of Nam
pa spent Sunday in this city visiting
friends.
The Misses Ida Casey and Ella
Johnson left Monday for the Yellow
stone park, where they will enjoy a
two weeks vacation.
Get your Spark Pings at Bocoxs',
we handle the famous Bosch Plug.
Batteries Recharged in eight hours.
Starter and Generator work.
♦ ♦ *
Dr. and Mrs. P. P, French and Dr
French's mother of Boise spent Sun
day in this ciry where they attended
the funeral of their cousin H. F. Hart
cnbower.
...
Special Millinery reduction, trim
med hats at half price. M. E. Gilgan
...
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ord of Nampa
spent Friday evening in this city vis
iting relatives.
• • •
Dr. and Mrs. T. O. Humphreys
were Parma visitors Monday.
• • •
Good grade adding machine paper
for sale at The Tribune.
• * •
Miss Doris Rac, who recently re
turned from a winter spent at the
University of Iowa, has accepted a
position with the Idaho-Oregon Poul
try Producers for the summer.
Dan Banks, stale treasurer- was in
Caldwell Tuesday long enough to
formally announce his candidacy to
succeed himself on the Republican
ticket. Mrs. Banks ace mptnied him,
and Tuesday evening attended a meet
ing of the local Stick Frau club.
• • •
Mrs. James Smith spent Ins; week
end in Ontario and at Brogan visiting
relatives and friends. She was ac
companied home Monday evening by
Mrs Fred J, Clemo and young sen
of Ontario who are spending the week
in Caldwell.
• • •
Ercd llartcnhower left Monday for
Salt Lake on a brief business trip.
• • •
school, is expected home next week *
Mrs, Kaley and daughter. Miss Eliza
belh. will spend the remainder of flic I
j
Dr C. M Kaley, who has been in
the east attending a short summer
summer with relatives in Illinois
• • •
Dr and Mrs, J. W Gue are at Van- j
couer, B. C.. enjoying their vacation
while Dr. Gue attends a northwestern
medical meeting. Dr. Gue is a member
of the board of directors of this
ganization.
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• • •
Mrs Harold Johnson left Mo--d
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.for her home in Portland i (lowing
a visit in Caldwell with friends,
Probate Judge and Mts C. A. Wil
liants and daughter, Sinna. »peut lu.
day in Emmett where Jucl ;e VVi hams
attended a conference of the church of
the lirethern being held at that pi..,
Miss Gladys Sargent returned
ijtcr home in 1-ruillaiid Monday loi
i ow ;„ g a brief visit in Caldwell with
\i r . an ,i Mrs. lco „ jv|d r ij gc .
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MANY LICENSES TO WED
June marriages are quite the thing
this year, as usual. Tuesday seven
couples lined up at the desk of J.
A. Dunbar, county clerk, to obtain
licenses to wed. 1'hcy included Oral
Griggs and Velma Stephens of Laid
well, Phillip Ross oi Kitsap, Wn.,
and Korn Petrie of Kuna; 1.1 yd Alli
son and Goldie Brown of Caldwell;
Kay Pershall of Homcdale and Elm*
Gowcy of Garden Valley; Roy 1'rcs
ton and Nellie Call of La Grande,
Oregon; G. M. Marshall and Nellie
Dennerliue of Caldwell, anil Bryan
Redington of Tacoma and Vera
rrumhall of Nampa.
j North Sunny Slope |
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Mr. and -Mrs. Jess Read have re
turned from a two months visit in
Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ordcnroff have mov
ed on the Bowen place.
The M \V. A. baseball played the
Dixie team Sunday The Slope team
.vas victorious the score being 8 to 9.
Mrs. Jacquith underwent an opera
tion last week. Sh is improving at
his writing.
Miss Katheryn Bacon was visit
ng with Misses Irene Kn vvlton and
Nadine Kropp in Caldwell last week.
Social lodge was held la-t Monday
nigh! a fine program was given after
which refreshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Seger
Sunday visitors at the Davis home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins and
son Harold were Sunday- afternoon
visitors at the H rrace home.
Miss Grace Smith is working for
her aunt, Mrs. Jacquith this week.
Cherries and berries arc-being pick
ed this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Norvvin Davis and
son and Mr. and Mrs. J. V Seger at
tended the show in \'?mpv Sunday
evening
The dance at the community hall
Saturday night was
were
well at ended
everybody reported a good time.
Those to attend the Royal Neigh
bors convent! n in Boise TucsA-v were
Mrs. R
A. Symns, Eva Razy, R,-y
and Effic Horraee.
Miss Gladys Brothers is
friends in Boise this week
Mr. and Mrs. J. V Seger and
Author Horraee attended the picture
show in Caldwell Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs D:\ -n -ml daughter
of Riverside were Sunday dinner guests
at the Sam Caldwell home.
Mr. Bacon has purchased a
Star car
v isiting
new
Norvvin Davis is working f r Boh
Pacon in the Gem District.
Mr Tom Dryden returned to his
home in CaldvvcP He has been (
^ or J 0 * 1 " Horace tin- year
an< * ' ,r '' °f Notu*
ovef vi »'«o r ' »I the Bachimers
home Saturday.
Mis* Morris was a week end visitor
with Miss Eva Razy in Deer Flat.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver and family
and Mr and Mrs. Fred Caldwell anil
family were Sunday visitors at the
OrdendroflF home.
vork
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Mr
and Mra. Johnson and Mr.
and Mrs. Sid Caldwtjl
night visitors at the Miller home Sat
urday.
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