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lCKFOOT
ïounty Seat,
Best County
in the State.
INGHAM COUNTY NEWS
PRICE—$2.00 PER YEAR
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BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY. 1IHHO. FRIDAY, MAV Ä. 1922
OFFICIAL
Paper of
Bingham
County.
VOL. XIV. NO. 36
LOCAL TEAM
WINS 6AME
BLACKFOOT TEAM OUTPLAYS AND
OUTBATS POCATELLO 0. S.
L. TEAM.
POCATELLO INDIANS SUNDAY
NEXT SUNDAY WILL BE LADIES'
DAY. LADIES WILL BE
ADMITTED FREE.
Blackfoot defeated the Pocatello O.
S. L. team last Sunday at the fair
grounds. Blackfoot opened the game
with two score in the first inning,
and Pocatello came back in the second
and scored a run, and again in the
third gathered two more taking the
lead, but in the last half of the third
Blackfoot took two more making the
score 4 to 3 in favor of Blackfoot.
Nobody could score in the fourth, but
in the fifth Pocatello got 2, again tak
ing the lead by the score of 5 to 4.
Blackfoot rallied again in the 6th and
scored 3 making the score 7 to 5 and
again in theSth gathered three more j
for a 10 to 5 score. Pocatello got j
one in the 9th and the final score
stood 10 to 6 in favor of the Black- 1
"foot sluggers.
The game was an interesting one
from start to the finish and the home
team is to be congratulated on their j
excellent showing against a team of i
the calibre of the O. S. L. Espling
and DeKay were the star sluggers of
the day, getting 2 hits out of three
times up.
Galloway took the mound for the
Blackfoot team and in some manner
hurt his arm, and was relieved by
Felt after pitching two innings. Felt
gave way in the sixth for Brewer.
Galloway was touched for three hits;
Felt 8 and Brewer 3.
The hofne team Is getting in fine
shape and with a few more work outs
will be an organization that will be
hard to beat. Only a sftiall attend
ance was out last Sunday due to the
rain of Friday and Saturday.
Next Sunday the Pocatello Indians
will be here for a battle with the
home squad. The boys need your
presence at the games, better start
with the next game.
The box score:
BLACKFOOT
AB
R
H
PO
A
E
Simmons, ss. .
..5
2
2
0
2
0
Mourey, 2b. ...
...5
1
2
5
4
0
Conger, 3b. ...
...4
2
2
2
2
0
Espling, c. ...
.3
1
2
9
2
0
Warren, cf. --
.4
1
1
1
0
0
Bell, rf.......—
0
0
0
0
0
Bennett, lb. ...
.1
0
0
2
0
0
Oliver, 2b. .....
■3
1
1
8
1
1
DeKay, If........
.3
2
2
0
1
0
Galloway, p. ..
...0
0
0
0
0
0
Felt, p.........■
0
1
0
1
1
Brewer, p.....
...2
0
1
0
3
0
Total ............
.36
10
14
27
16
2
POCATELLO
AB
R
H
PO
A
E
Lebrbas, 3b.
...4
1
2
0
0
2
Kirkendall, rf
4
1
2
0
0
0
Grayson, 2b.
...5
0
0
3
3
0
Fleton, cf.....
...5
2
3
1
0
0
Slbert, lb.....
...4
2
2
6
2
0
Hall, ss........
.3
0
2
3
1
1
Birdwell, c. ..
...4
0
1
11
4
1
Thompson, If.
.3
0
0
0
0
0
Phillips, p.....
...2
0
1
0
1
0
Aldred, p.....
...2
0
0
0
1
1
Total ..............
6
13
24
12
5
Score by innings
Blackfoot
.2 0
2 0
0 3
0 3
0
10
Pocatello ......
.0 1
2 0
2 0
0 0
1
6
Summary:
Base on balls off Galloway,
0;
off
Felt, 1; oft Brewer, 1; off Phillips, 2;
off Aldred, 0. Wild pitches Felt, 1.
Struck out by Galloway, 3; by Felt.l;
by Brewer, 3; by Phillips. 6; by Aid
red, 3. Two-base hits: DeKay 1; Fle
ton 1. Left on bases, Blackfoot.4;
Pocatello 8. Passed balls. Bidwell 2.
Sacrifice hits, Espling 1, Hall 1. Sto
len bases, Simmons 2, Mourey 1, Esp
linel DeKav 2, Lehrbasl, Kirkendall
®
1. Fleton 1, Hall 1, Thompson 1.
pire Garvin. Scorer, Ludi.
Um
TROOP NO. 4 NOTES.
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The regular meeting of the Bov
Scouts of Troop No. 4 was held Tues
day evening. May 23, 1922.
Military drill was held before the
meeting, and the hike that was an
nounced for Sunday. May 21. was
postponed until June 4th. on account
of had weather.
After the meeting, second class
tests were given In pacing, and Er
nest Pearson. Mass Houer. Ross Clark
and Orval Clark were successful in
passing this test.
R. W. Erisley has purchased 140
hives of bees and is moving them to
Aberdeen, where he will engage In
the honey business.
Susan Reece
Letlia Shoe key -
Ollie Simmons
Stella Boyle
Violet Walton
Wallace York
Glenn Gregg
Ruth Chapman
Lorraine Snyder
Ruth Sutton
Vivien McDonald
Leland Chapman
Wallace Paekham
Anne Greer
Teddy Taylor
Laura Faidconer
Rhoda Homer
Class af 1922
Luella Mills
Lila Murdock
Bill Park
Walter Patrie
Stanley Parkinson
Ferril Anderson
Paid Pearson
Archie Kennedy
Darwin Simmons
Marie Greenan
Zeta Bovle
mi 1
Ch
Bowker
Margaret Jones
Dora Hilliard
11a Barker
Mary Me coy
Leland Anderson
Ira Wriglit
Mabel Bennet
Harold Dalnnan
Paul Carruth
Svble Felt
Norma .Johnston
Bill Price
Ro\ Wigand
Olive Kekerslev
Hattie Net!
Ray Stephens
Lloyd Johnston
Ramona Anderson
Alice Alalia
Charles Fisher
Lily Malm
Orson Paekham
Flossie Hatmaker
Henrietta Conkle
Alice Chubbuek
Harold Noyer
Ida Morgan
Wm. Wood
Mlss Carne Sutton, of Arco, spent
Monday here with friends,
LOCAL
UÆPPEMNL
Fire Insurance—J. H. Early.
M. A. Fugate, of Aberdeen, was a
business visitor here Monday.
I will bond you.
120 .
Beebe phone
Fred Hansen was a business visitor
at Pocatello Tuesday afternoon.
E. T. Peck was a business visitor
at Pocatello Saturday morning.
Health & Accident
Beebe, phone 120.
Insurance.
Miss Hazel Southworth, of Pocatel
lo, spent Sunday here with relatives
and friends.
Wm. Sutherland, of Idaho Falls,
was a business visitor here Tuesday
afternoon.
If the pictures hurt your eyes, its
your eyes, not the pictures. Dr. R.
0. Young.
Martin Howard and Miss Vera
Benzley motored to Idaho Falls Tues
day evening.
Dr. H. H. Scarborough, of Idaho
Falls, transacted business here Tues
day afternoon.
Mrs. Roy Thompson, of Pocatello, 's
the guest of her mother, Mrs. W. E.
Chubbuek this week.
Surety bonds- Beebe, Phone 120.
Mrs. Percy Jones spent Saturday
at Pocatello, the guest of her sister,
Miss Hazel Southworth.
Essex Coach. Closed car comfort,
$1575 here. Only $280 above open
car. Call Beébe, 120.
Mrs. D. H. Biethan entertained the
Aces Bridge^ Club Monday afternoon
at the Colora Apartments.
A number of the children from the
grade schools enjoyed a picnic at the
City Park Tuesday afternoon.
| **. H A oung. Manager of the Ford
j Motor Company of Salt Lake City,
tronccr-tofl hucinacc oro tlio
Is your appetite jaded? Is your
digestion poor? If so, Tanlac is
what you need.—Palace Drug Store.
—adv.
transacted business here the first of
the week.
Mrs. N. Burgraff and baby, of Ida
ho Falls, arrived in Blackfoot Wed
___'nesday for a short visit with friends
^ relatives
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The evil effects dne to nndiseorer.
'' d strain are prevented by per
iodieal Tislts to an optical specialist.
j Dr. R. 0. Young.
, '
. Mrs - Ro >' DeKa >' left Monda y even
ing * or Falls, where she will
, spend a few days with her mother,
Mrs. Minerva White has returned
J from California, where she spent the
] winter, and is again at home with
her daughter, Mrs. Fred Hale.
Fire Insurance Beebe, Phone 120.
Mrs. H. W. Keifer.
Don't let that miserable tired feel
inti become a habit. Get rid of it
today by taking Tanlac.—Palace Drug
Store.—adv. ;
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Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Tuohy re
turned home Tuesday morning from :
Salt Lake, where they spent a few
days attending to business matters.
H. D. Peterson. Assistant Manager j
for the Inter-Mountain Credit Men's
Association of Sait Lake City, trans
acted business here the last of the
week. ;
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The stomach regulates the condi
tion of the blood and is the fountain ,
head of health or disease. Get your
stomach right by taking Tanlac.—Pal- J
ace Drug Store.—adv. ■
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A. H. Ruff, who has been employed j
at Skaggs Cash Store, has accepted a
position in the new Skaggs Store
which opened at Idaho Falls, Satur
day
Mrs. Kinney and Miss Ora Caldwell,
of Gooding, are the guests of Miss
Edna Gillespie. Miss Caldwell is a
graduate of the Blackfoot High School
and is now director of music in the
Gooding schools.
Kryptok lenses are made from two
pieces of glass welded by electric fur
naces into one double-vision lens, the
top being of crown glass, while the
bottom Is of flint glass. Dr. R. 0.
Young.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pearson and
family expect to leave the first of
June for Pocatello, where they will
make their home. Mr. Pearson is
traveling for a Portland house, with
headquarters at Pocatello.
Dr. R. N. Jackson, Lone Conn and
Howard Henderson, left Wednesday
afternoon for Payette, Idaho. Dr.
Jackson and Lone Conn have been
chosen to represent the Blackfoot
Chapter, and Howard Henderson to
represent the Mt. Putman Command
ery at the meetings of the Grand
Chapter of Royal Arch Masons and
Grand Commandery of Knight Temp
lars to be held at that place Thurs
day and Friday.
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Stores will close Tuesday,
May 30th
Decoration
Retail Merchants Ass'n
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VU Glendora Malcom delightfully
entertained the teachers pf the Irving
honl at a get-together.party before
U. ■ teachers leave for their various
homes. The evening was spent in a
.„niai good time, after which a very
delicious luncheon was served. The
hostess was assisted by Mrs. W. R.
Robbins.
Mrs. C. A. Hoover. Chairman of the
committee in charge of the tag day
for the public library, reports that
the proceeds amounted to $156.60,
which is considered very good, espec-
ially in view of the fact that Satur
day was such a stormy day and not
, very many people were on the streets,
Thirty-one new hooks were also do
J nated and twenty-five more promised.
■ ___
j The members of the Methodist La
j Hies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. R.
l. Archer Wednesday afternoon,
About thirty members were present,
an( i after a short bivstness meeting, a
social hour and refreshments were
enjoyed. The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. Harry Kinney, Mrs. Ed Stultz,
Mrs. Ira Taylor, Mrs. J. R. Chapin,
Mrs. E. A. Doud and Mrs. Sedgwick.
About one hundred and fifty Jun
ior High students «njoyed a merry
picnic about four miles from town
Monday afternoon. Some went on
horseback, some in hayracks and in
the school wagons. They were chap
eroned by their teachers, Miss Anna
Doyle, Mrs. Percy Jones, Miss Eron
son, Miss Lowe and Mrs. Wright. The
afternoon was spent in games, base
ball and horseback riding, and a de
licious lunch was served at noon.
A regular Rotary Luncheon was
held Tuesday afternoon at the Hotel
Eccles. The High School Male Quar
tet furnished the club with several
very fine numbers. E. F. Wescott,
Field Representative of the Kiwanis
International was a guest of the club
and gave a very fine address. Mr.
Wescott Is organizing a local Kiwanis
Club. Two committees reported, one
having visited the Idaho Falls Ro
tary Club and the other the Pocatello
Club last week, In regard to their
support for the Southeastern Idaho
Fair, and report everything very fa
vorable.
A very fine service was held at the
St. Paul's Episcopal church on Sun
day. when the music was rendered
by the choir of twenty-five Indian
girls from the Episcopal Mission of
the Good Shepherd at Fort Hall. The
gilds have received very fine train
ing and their voices were swfeet and
pleasing in the hymns, chants and an
offertory anthem, .xfter the services,
lunch was served by a committee of
women from St. Paul's Guild, at the
rectory. Those on the Committee
were, Mrs. F. C. Christ, Mrs. Blanche
Eldredge, Mrs. R. S. Stringfellow,
Mrs. Wm. Varley, assisted by Miss
Signer, Ruth Chapman. Alice Chub
buck, Ann Elnore Chapman and He
len Chubbuek.
The members of the St. Paul Guild
met Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. F. W. Mitchell, with Mrs. Jes
sie Woodin as hostess with Mrs.
Mitchell. Mrs. F. C. Christ presided
at the business meeting. Mrs. Jessie
Woodin and Mrs. T. B. Dolman read
the lesson on the prayer book, which
will be continued next week. Plans
were made for the musical tea to be
given at the home of Mrs E. A. John
son. Thursday, June 8th. Mrs. L. B.
Dustin was appointed chairman of the
program committee and will he as
sisted by Mrs. E. W. Whitcomb, Mrs.
H. D. MacCosham, Mrs. Rex Dunlap
and Mrs. Geo. Holbrook. Mrs. F. W.
Mitchell was appointed chairman of
the refreshment committee and will
he assisted hv the Mesdames Blanehe
Eldredge. Ralph Davis, Ralph Adair,
T. B. Dolman, C. V. Fisher, E. L. Kak
ln, Wendell Gagon, f. W. Hottle, L. J.
Chapman.
Miss Loraine Tavey was the charm
ing hostess at an Auction Bridge
party Friday afternoon, honoring Mrs.
Donald K. Good of Washington, D. C.,
and Mrs. John Browning, of Ogden,
Utah. The rooms w'ere beautifully
decorated with tulips and lilacs. Fa
vors were awarded to Mrs. Frank
Garvin and the guests of honor. Late
in the afternoon a delicious two
course luncheon was served. The
hostess was assisted by the Mrs. S. E.
Jezi, of Salt Lake City, Mrs. H. M.
Rowe, of Ogden, Mrs. Mark Tuohy,
Miss Grace Peck and little Misses
Betty anil Peggy Josl and Master
Hugh Rowe. Guests included for
lunch were Mrs. L. M. Capps, Miss
Edna Capps, Miss Doris Dunn, Miss
Marie Dore, Miss Vera Williams and
Beatrice Biomquist. Miss Loraine
Tavey was hostess at a second of a
series of bridge parties honoring Mrs.
Donald R. flood, of Washington. D. C.,
and Mrs. John Browning, of Ogden.
Utah, Saturday afternoon. The house
was beautifully decorated in tulips
and lilacs. Favor was awarded to
Mrs. J. E. Good. After the games a
delicious two-course luncheon was
served. The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. S. E. Josi, of Salt Lake City, Mrs.
H. M. Rowe. of Ogden, Utah, Mrs.
Mark B. Tuohy, Miss Grace Peck and
the little Misses Betty and Peggy
Josi and Hugh Rowe.
LADIES FREE
Sunday, May 28th will be Ladies*
Day at the Base Ball Game.
POCATELLO INDIANS VS. BLACKFOOT
Game called at 3:30 Fair Grounds
MGE5I CUSS III
FB.H.S.
W R L \ FIFTY-SIX GRADUATES
WILL RECEIVE THEIR HI
PLOMAS.
GRADUATION EXERCISES TODAY
omght the presentation of
DIPLOMAS AM» EXERCIES
AT TABERNACLE.
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The largest graduation class in the
history of the Blackfoot High School
will be given their diplomas on Fri
day evening, May 26. The commence
ment exercises promise to be very
interesting as well as instructive, as
in excellent speaker has been chosen,
and a splendid program has been ar
ranged.
The program will be opened when
(he Seniors march into the seats
o the music of the Senior march,
■flayed by the High School orchestra.
Ilev. R. S. Stringfellow will give the
avocation, which will be followed by
he Salutatory. Ruth Chapman, sec
md honor student, has prepared the
Salutatory, and it promises to bo of
exceptional interest. The High School
Male Quartet will then render a se
lection. and Svble Felt will deliver
the valedictory. The rest of the pro
gram is, vocal duet, Grace Miltenber
ger and Olene Wilson; address, "The
Challenge of Idaho by her Youth."
Pres. Frazier ofMhe Idaho Technical
i nstitute: music, double sextette;
arewell to class. Supt. E. D. Bloom;
iresentation of class, Principal Oscar
'. Christensen; presentation of di
plomas. Nofear Davis; Benediction,
George H. Clark.
This program tnkes place in the
Tabernacle.
j
Tuesday evening at 7:30 the first
luncheon of the newly organized Ki
wanis club was held at the Hotel Ec
cles. Thirty-four members of the
Blackfoot club und 11 members of the
Idaho Falls club were in attendance.
E. F. Wescott, one of the field repre
sentatives off the National Organiza
tion, presided. The alms of the club
was touched upon by President E. D.
Bloom of the local club. Short speech
es were made by Rev. K. O. Butler
and H. Newton Thornton of Idaho
Falls. The next luncheon will be
held next Thursday evening, at which
time the organization will be com
plete with fifty members. A delega
tion from the Pocatello club will be
In attendance. The preliminary or
ganization Is President, E. D. Bloom;
secretary-treasurer, Rex Dunlap, and
the Board of Directors are, L. C. Col
lins, Ray Crabtree, 15. L. Egll, R. N.
Ludi, Dr. A. H. McFarland, Dr. Chas.
Mackay, Nofear Davis, Dr. J. O.
Hampton, F. H. Massing, O. S. Chris
tensen and P. W. Powers. In appre
ciation of the Interest In the Black
foot Kiwanis club and the beautiful
bouquet of roses sent to the club at
their first meeting by the Rotary club,
the following letter of appreciation
was ordered sent the Rotary club:
May 24. 1922.
Jdr. M. II. Fehnel.
Secretary Blackfoot Rotary Club,
pear Mr. Fehnel: —
The newly organized Kiwanis Club
of Blackfoot wish to express their
sincere appreciation and thanks to
the Blackfoot Rotary Club for their
nterest in our club and for the beau
tiful bouquet of roses sent us by your
body at the time of our first meeting.
We wish to express to you our desire
l>f joining hands with the Rotary club
pledging our heartiest support toward
the things which will make a bigger
and better Blackfoot, and toward the
making of this community the out
standing one in the state.
Sincerely, Your co-worker,
REX DUNLAP, Secretary.
Monday noon eight members of the
local Kiwanis Club took luncheon
with the Idaho Falls club. Those <n
, attendance were: E. F Wescott, Rev.
fe. o. Butler. Rex Dunlap. Dr. A. H.
| McFarland. Ray Crabtree. E. L. Egll.
N. Ludi and R. J. Spritzer.

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