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BINGHAM COUNTY NEWS
WHERE ADVER nSINQ PAYS WHERE ADVER riSING PAYS BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, PKIDAY, DEC. 21 1W8 PRICE—IBM PER THAR VOL. XVI, SO. 14 FIRTH HIGH DEFEATS IDAHO FALLS HIGH Tuesday, December 18, one of the hottest contested games ever played in Firth was played by the Firth High School and the Idaho Falls High School. The score was 14 to 10 in favor of Idaho Falls in the first half. The Firth boys came back strong in the second half_ scoring 9 points, and held their opponents to 4. The final score was 19 to 18 in favor of Firth. -In a preliminary game the Idaho Falls girls defeated the Firth girls. i "SIX CYLINDER LOVE" * William Anthony McGuire's Popular Comedy Presented by the Per cival Vivian Players. The world might be divided into two kinds of people—those who own automobiles and those who would like to own them. "Six Cylinder Love" is a comedy all about an automobile and the havoc it caused in the lives of two families. That is why it has had such a tremendous run in New York an dChicago. It is a powerful sermon against extravagance—in spite of the fact that there are more hearty laughs to the play than you would ever imag ine. It is good, clean, wholesome fun all the way through, with a clear cut message that you can't dodge, even though you might try to do so. That is why it has been chosen for the Percival Vivian Players as their offering for this season. "Six Cylinder Love" is all the more humorous and human because it is a story that can be duplicated in every community in America, story is that of a newly-married couple, already deep in debt, who feel they must have a car, in spite of the fact that it will put them in deeper. Their increased popularity with their neighbors after the purchase of the car; the payments that fall due and nothing with which to meet them, un til the young husband tampers with the funds of the company for which he works; he comes to his senses and they dispose of all their unpaid-for The X X Auction Season's Greetings : h f SALE Y T F OR Christmas Day or any other day, give the gift that you would give your p self—Musical Instruments and Course of Lessons are especially appreciated for Hol iday Gifts. :: T £ / (i — OF I . • K It will broadcast plenty of good cheer and that's what you want— with the lasting satisfaction of a gift of permanence, always something to look forward to—plenty of pleasant hours ahead, if you select one from our amplified stocks. • • W Phonographs < > N m, 1^. v * • • » 9 « » -. j R. A ROBBINS Machines all new. Will be sold at Auction re gardless of price ✓ <k Pupil of Geo. Buckley, New York; Lubovlskl, Russian vio linist Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. "House of York" - • ■ > Friday, December 21 m « » INSTRUCTOR OF Violin, Saxophone, Clarinet r < » « • ft « » • » Sale Commencing at 6:30 P. M. If you haven't an instrument, call and see my line of Saxophones, Violins, Clarinets and all Band Instruments. « ■ 5) * • •)\ * < > R. A. Robbins Old Clive Music Store s - > Studio and Music Room Upstairs Millick Bldg. Blackfoot I - • 6 1 Across From Standrod Bank Building - • CALL IN AND SEE THEM BEFORE «AT.ig ; < ■ > ♦♦ ♦» ♦ I♦♦♦♦4 M ♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦< I I property and start over again In an inexpensive flat—this is the action of this play which thousands have seen and enjoyed^ and which you will laugh and cry over when the com pany appears here. The play ran for fifty-four weeks in New York and then was taken to Chicago where it enjoyed an unusu ally fine season, at the New Harris Theatre. Through special arrange ments with the producer and the au thor, "Six Cylinder Love" was se cured for this season, to be presented under the personal direction of Mr. Percival Vivian, by a special cast of New York stage folks. Mr. Vivian was formerly connected with the Ben Greet Players, and has since enjoyed association with many of America's leading actors. A few years ago he staged "The Wayfarer;" a religious pageant which was given by a cast of 5,000 people at Madison Square Garden in New York City. In 1922-23 Mr. Vivian played an im portant role in the Belasco produc tion of "The Merchant of Venice" in which David Warfield was the star. Orpheum, one night only, December 31 New Year's Eve. Let's go and show them that Black foot can support real road attrac tions. -o The Elks Lodge asks and will ap preciate receiving the name and ad dress of any family in Blackfoot or near by, in need of Christmas help. Communicate with members of the lodge or other members of its com munity service committe. J. H. Ear ly, Ira Taylor, Dr. W. S. Hoge, J. M. Hartong, E. L. Egli or L. B. White. The ladies of the Good Time Club entertained their husbands at a bridge party Thursday evening, at the home of Mrs. George Butler. Mrs. Charles Bellamy and D. F. Arthur received the high honors. At the conclusion of the games a delicious two-course luncheon was served by the hostess. Walter F. Thomas and H. R. Lochry motored to Shelley Friday, where they attended a dairy meeting. Texco Oils and Greases. Adv. We wish for you a Bingham County News METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Next Sunday morning we will hold our Christmas service at 11 a. m. The subject for the sermon is "The Groups Around the Cradle, will be special Christmas music. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Last Sunday we had 152 present. Help us make it 200 before the beginning of the new year. There will be no evening sermon. Our people will leav e the church at 7:30 and visit the institutions of the community to sing Christmas Carols. A short service will be held before we leave the church at which time the pastor will giv e a brief outline of the songs and their origin that will sing throughout the evening. Come out and help us sing. All are asked to be at the church not later than seven o'clock. There we Remember the Church Training We have night, Thursday evening, our supper at 6:25, bible study devo tions and forum following the' social ! hour. Bring the children. They will be taken care of. This is an evening • at tli e churrch for the entire family. J. J. FLEMING, Pastor. Discarded toys for distribution by the Elks may be left at the Commer cial club any day, or at the former Clive Music Store Saturday. Mrs. E. W. Whitcomb, Mrs. L. B. Dustin, Mrs. Hugh Kennedy and Mrs. Charles Engle were Pocatello visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Farmer were In Blackfoot Thursday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Austin. Darwin Simmons returned Tuesday from a trip to Salt Lake City. Mrs. H. R. Turner of Pocatello, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Har tong for a few days last week. L. E. Shults of Boise was in town Wednesday attending to business matters. '^»xco Gasoline. Adv. KIWANIS ELECT OFFICERS The Kiwanis Club held their regu lar luncheon and meeting Thursday noon at the Eccles Hotel, with presi dent E. D. Bloom presiding. H. A. Lochry, representative of the Wes-1 teru Dairy Division, was a guest the club. The main business trans acted was the election of officers for the coming year, as follows: Presi dent_ Uex Dunlap: Vice President, L. C. Collins; Treasurer, James John ston; District Trustee, I-quis Felt; Board of Directors, "E. D. Bloom, Lon Cone, Walker Davis, R. L. Osborn, Howard Henderson, Walter Thomas and Tom Johnson. DICKINSON CHAIRMAN OF RE PUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Republican County Central Committee held their first meeting of the campaign at the Court House last Saturday afternoon. The meeting was called for the pur pose of electing a chairman and sec retary and to fill the other vacancies on the committee. A. S. Dickinson received the high est vote for chairman. The vote vote standing, Dickinson 10^ Felt 6, and Andersen 1. P. P. Dance was elected secretary by acclamation. J. C. Buchanan was appointed to fill the vacancy on the committee in Goshen precinct. H. C. Toevs received the appoint ment for Aberdeen precinct. L. S. Caldwell was appointed for Rich precinct. Basalt precinct vacancy was not filled, but will be filled at a later meeting. The next meeting will be held some time In January or February. Texco Oils and Greases. Adv. NOTICE Have two carloads of high grade Holstein milk cows and threee-year old heifers for sale. All are milking or will freshen soon. For further information write Rencher & Ware, Downey, Idaho. 14-16-16-17 p HEARING POSTPONED Peterson and Coffin of Pocatello and Thomas and Andersen of Black foot, representing W. F. Berryman, former cashier of the Standrod Bank, moved to have the preliminary hear ofjing in the case of the State vs. Frank Berryman postponed until January 7. The motion was supported by affi davits of Attorney Peterson, Frank Mitchell and W. F. Berryman. The affidavits showed that owing to the ill health of the defendant, he unable to assist his counsel in going over the books and records in the bank or unable to furnish his coun sel with sufficient information to prepare his defense. was A private dance was given at the Groveland meeting house Wednesday evening. About twenty couples were present. Uri Taylor, Ira Corey and George Yost were the hosts of the evening. An excellent time is re ported. Texco Crystalite Kerosene. Adv. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT Rest Side Irrigation District, Bing ham County, State of Idaho. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in accordance with the provisions of Section No. 4389, Com piled Statutes of Idaho, 1919, all as sessments of the West Side Irrigation District. a public corporation, for the year 1923, are due and payable and will become delinquent on the third Monday of December, 1923, at 8 o'clock p. m. on said day. Payment of the assessment afore mentioned, may be made at the resi dence of H. G. Kleusner, Secretary of said District, Route No. 4, Black foot, Idaho, or at the First National Bank of Blackfoot. Idaho. This notice superceeds all previous notices of assessment given for the year 1923. Dated this tenth day of November, 1923. By order of the Board of Directors, West Side Irrigation District. 14-15-16 H. G. KLUESNER, Sac.