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Cicoa Charcoal Iron Makes Riidy Furnaces
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In its own advertising the Rudy Furnace Company says : "A real achievement in furnace building was accomplished in the blending of Cicoa Charcoal Iron, everywhere recognized for its purity, strength, non-corrosive qualities and its ability to withstand continued heavy firing and strain. "Not satisfied with producing furnaces su perior in appearance, convenience, proportion and workmanship, we determined to back up these qualities with a basic material that would 'stand up' under the severe usage a furnace gets. "Cicoa Charcoal Iron is free from the sulphur which so often weakens coke iron. "As the first and only furnace company to use Cicoa Charcoal Iron in furnaces, we have been rewarded through the complete satisfac tion of dealer and user alike, who have been quick to recognize in the clean, finely knit struc ture, the superior quality of an iron which ra pidly radiates the heat generated and success fully withstands the abuse to which furnace castings are ofttimes subjected. Compare Rudy castings with the iron found in other heaters. You will readily appreciate the dif ference." The Rudy Company frankly gives credit, in part, for its success, to Cicoa Charcoal Iron. Cicoa Charcoal Iron will improve the quality of any castings. And will do it without increasing final costs of the finished casting. It accomplishes this by reducing the number of defective castings, and by giving them great er machinability, which lessens machining costs and the amount of Scrap. It assures better quality by doing away with hard spots, sponginess, and avoiding many other imperfections. NUGENT METAL WORKS PHONE 734 BLACKFOOT O 0 000 08 000 0000 o o o O MORELAND. © o © o o oooooooooooo o Tuesday the Ladles of the Relief Society met and had a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison McKnlght just returned from Grace, where they have been in the interest of the South eastern Idaho Fair. Mrs. Mary Hatch has returned from Hatch, Idaho, where she has been on business. James Hearn, formerly of this place, died in Pocatello on Wednes day of heart trouble. He leaves a wife residing in Blackfoot. He was an affectionate husband. Those who knew him best loved him most. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jordan and daughter spent a few days at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKnight. They left on Wed nesday for California, where they will make their home. John Wheeler and daughters, Gla dys and Zelma, motored to Idaho Falls on Tuesday. Chauncey Christensen, Earl Fur niss. Stanley Richardson, and Vernal Leavitt, went to the hills for timber ' ou, ° potatoes in. -*«■« potatoes Harold Clark and Miss Edna Bunn, of Montpelier, Idaho, were married on Wednesday, last, at Blackfoot. » Eugent Liljenquist and daughtét, Irene, motored to Rexburg last Thurs day. __-. ' The farmers are busy putting up their second crop of hay and cutting grain, and some are threshing. Miss Gladys returned from her visit With her aunt, Mrs. Joan Randal, where she has been for some time. Her many friends were glad to see her again. The many friends of Miss Lucretia Hatch gave her a happy surprise on Thursday at her home. All present ,fkad a getd time and enjoyed a apian did lunch. Mr. and Mrs. George Lëâvitt and children* and Mrs. James Leavitt, mo tore* to Victor, Idaho, to visit rela-1 tives. Miss Nellie Turpin, of Thomas, is visiting with hcf sister, Mrs. Clausen ! Leavitt. Gus Furhiss made a business trip I to Pocatello this week. ; Elmer Farnsworth was in Blackfoot Saturday on business. Mr Smith and son from the Black-! foot Bakery, passed through here to Howe, Idaho, on a fishing trip. L. D. S. FIRST AND SECOND WARD Sunday School at Services at 2 p. m. p. m. 10:30 a. m. Mutual 7:10 ooooooooooooo o o o o o ooooooooooo _____. _ SPRINGFIELD. John Reed, of Blackfoot, was a visitor at the home of Jake Baird on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones were vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chaffin Sun day. Mr. Jones is Mrs. Chaffin's brother. p The camÿers from opr, neighbor hood have all returned, reporting suc cessful trips, and are now taking up the broken threads of their home lives with renewed vigor. Just at present there seems to be a lull in touring activities. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards and Mrs. Aetna Box were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cushman, Tuesday. Thirty-four guests, consisting of the School Trustees and wives, and the young people of the surrounding community, were invited to a party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Parmelee Wednesday evening. The party was given in the interest of the prospective Springfield High School, and the evening was spent with mu sic, contests, short speeches, and re Thursday, August 24th,. being the birthday of Miss Marvetta Thursten, her young friends planned to give her a surprise party. That evening twenty-Bix young people, some of the girls taking cakes with them, met at the home of Mr. and Mr*. George Thursten. The surprise was com plete and the evening passed quickly with games and dancing, and when Mrs. Thursten brought put a freezer of sherbet the event was complete. All spent a pleasant evening. R, D. Jones, of Los Angeles, is vis iting at the home of J. R. Cushman. The local base ball team gave an orderly, pleasant dance Friday night. Pies were sold and nineteen dollars was eleared above all expenses. Mr. „ and Mrs. J. H. Cushman, of Pocatello, spent the week end at the jhome of J. R. Cusbman. Wm. Judge and family «fere Black .foot visitors Saturday. Our base ball team played the ! Thomas team Oft their own grounds Saturday. The score was nine to ten I in favor of Thomas. This is expected ; to be the last ganae of the seasoh. Considerable interest has been arous 1 ed by these games this season and the public has been generally enlivened Miss Leona Jensen spent Sunday at her home in Groveland. Mr and Mrs. Charles Keifer son. James, are spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Black l, nrn Mrs. Henry Berg an<L children. Mrs. Chris Thurston and' éhildren. Halvor Berg, Sr., and Finn Berg's children all partook of a basket din ner on the old Berg homestead Sun day. B. M. Parmuller made a business trip to Pocatello Sunday morning. Vera Chandler, Don Shelman, Sig nor Christiansen, A. L. Shelman, Carl Blackburn and Charles Keifer were numbered among the fishermen Sunday. Several fine catches were reported. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Grover spent Sunday at Indian Springs. Marjorie Leach has been visiting ip Blackfoot since last Saturday. A large crowd from Springfield at tended the dance at Sterling Saturday night. Marrietta Thursten, Pauline Walt ers, Virginia Hawker, Kenneth Stone, Wayne Bedwell and Joe Decuts mo tored to Blackfoot Sunday after noon. Mrs. Ralph Davis and sister, Mrs. Bostwick, expect to go to Blackfoot tomorrow to get everything in read iness for the entrance of the Davis children into school the following week. Mr. and Mrs. Moyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Chandler and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hill were visitors to In jdian Springs Sunday. 0 O Q O QOOO OOOOO o rose. ****"' o o o ooooooooooo oo Alma Norman had the loss of a valuable horse which died Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Norman and Mrs. Wm. Strong spent Friday at the Model farm. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapman are wearing smiles over the arrival of a baby girl. Edwin Taylor and family of Black foot spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Taylpf. .r Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stlon visited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hunz ecker of McDonaldville, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Mason and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Soule, Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Taylor and family motored to Blackfoot on Sunday to the home of Hans Peter Christensen where they enjoyed a sumptuous dinner. John L. Norman received some in juries when he was thrown from a ! horse Thursday. I Mr. and Mrs. Parley Hale enter tained at luncheon Sunday Mr. and ; Mrs. H. A. Gardner and family Mrs. John Chaffin returned home and,Sunday after visiting a few days with her cousin, Mrs. Little of Paie Brigade. i Mrs. B. P. Aston and Mrs. Williard ; Aston spent Thursday with S. A. j Judd and family. , ! Mr. and Mrs. Byran Jackman vis ited at the home of Victor Samuel son. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Johnston and Mrs. Doretha Brook, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. G. Johnston spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lambert. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Felt returned to Ogden, Utah, after a two weeks visit with their sons, Lewis, Leon and Henry Felt. Mrs. John Chaffin and Mr. and Mrs. Mangrath went to the hills for a few days outing. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Farnsworth o( Balt Lake City visited with Mrs. Farnsworth's sister, Mrs. Rastus Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moody of Ida ho Falls spent Sunday at the home of Frank Kanwrath. Mr. and Mrs. Golden Hale of Grove land visited Sunday at the home of S. A. Judd. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackman and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chapman are taking the ego girls for an outing in the Wolverine. Mr. Parley Hale and son, Donald, are on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackman and family spent Sunday with Ray Tay lor and famiy of Riverside. oooooooooooooo O O O ROCKFORD. O O O 00000000000000 Mrs. J. E. Cowles, of Ogden, for merly of this place, has been visiting .Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Hall and family for a few days. Thomas Hall, L. G. Wells and Claus Anderson were Blackfoot visitors on Wednesday. Miss Ethel Sjostrom has returned to her home, after spending two weeks visiting relatives in Pocatello. Miss Florence Spencer is visiting (Heads- in Utah. j Claus Anderson killed a coyote near 1 his home last week. Coyotes are fre ,quent visitors no«. Last Sunday and Monday the ele ments in- all their fury broke loose and gave us a severe electric ami , hail storm. 'Some of the hail stones ! were almost as large as a small bail. The farmers are now engaged in 1 cutting hay and binding wheat. Leland Merrill has returned from a Mission in the Western States. Tuesday morning at eight o'clook, ' Max Weise, who has a farm in Rock ford. and Miss Katherine Burke, of Shullsburg, Wis., were united in mar riage at the Catholic Church at Black foot, Father Gresl performing the I ceremony. We wish the happy couple success and enjoyment along the jour ney of life. Mrs. Claus Anderson visited Mr>. vis and to a of of Mr. Mr. the and p. E. Van Orden and Mrs. Wuiter Spr >ul, of Thomas, last Thursday. Mrs. Thomas Hall called on Mrs. Cla is Anderson, Thursday. ,v Miss Leome Cornia Is clerking at the Thomas Store, taking th«.,place of iiss Vera Cameron, who is spend ing a two week's vacation at AfM, C ifford Sjostrom has returned ff'oni Los ; River, where he has beeÉ Wftrk ing for some time. M Iss Della Carney has returned to her duties as clerk in the Rockford Store. We are pleased to see her bac c again. M rs. Charles Baker was a yifitor ftt rhomas, Friday. T he young folks are still attending the dances at Thomas every Friday evening. McClellan's Orchestra fur nisi es the music and they have a goo 1 crowd all the time. € IV r. and Mrs. T. A. Hall were Black fool visitors, Sunday. NOTICE. P arents who have children who are star ting to attend school for the first tim this year are requested to abide by the following regulations unless special arrangements are made .with the teachers and the Superintendent to do otherwise: j 1 FALL OPENING / 1922 You are cordially, invited to inspect our complete showing of IMPORTED PATTERN, DRESS AND SPORTS HATS And our wonderful values in Popular Priced Trimmed Hats SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND. MODE MILLINERY Opposite Post Office Blackfoot, Idaho Children to enter the (irst grade must be six (6) years of age on or before the first day of November; also no beginners will be entered during the first semester except that en trances must be made on or before September 18th. Children living on the west side of the railroad tracks v ill go to the Ir ving School in all grades from the first to the sixth "B" inclusive, unless their grades become too crowded, when pupils may go to the Central School. NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all per sons who are affected by the assess ment for preliminary survey ami the construction of Drainage District No. 1, that It is the desire of the Board of Commissioners of said District to have a public meeting with these per sons to discuss the Engineer's report now on file with the Secretary of this Board. Said meeting to be held in the meeting house at Stetling at 7 30 p m., cn Saturday, September 2. By order of the Board. F. M. FISHER. It •* Secretary.