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Cheyenne Wells Record
VOL. 10 | ®C of Hells CARROLL BROWN, CASHIER Save For A Purpose OA.VING MONEY is worth while, for it I makes every day profitable to you. But first of all have an object for saving set a goal for yourself. You have an am bition —an education, a home of your own, capital to start in business or for invest ment. Start saving with a definate goal. Your savings will grow when you have a plan. Then, too, as you go along, the compound interest earned on your money will help you reach your ambition in a shorter time. <35=- Capital and Surplus $27,5000 t ■ ; ij FreadyII 1 THE HOLIDAY GOODS YOU WANT THIS YEAR SHOULD BE Necessities OUR LINES ARE INCOM PARABLE IN EXTENT § AND VARIETY 8 8888888688938686 i Shop Early At | VALOREHDW.CO § CHEYENNE WELLS, • - - COLORADO K Coal - Lumber — —Paints We Are Headquarters For the Famous 5 Moffatt and Harris « Routt County Coal Lumber We cheerfully furnish estimates on all bill of lumber, R Price in line with quality § Paint Your Buildings With Mountain & Plain § Guaranteed Paints Chas- Eichenberg’er § The Cheyenne County Lumberman 8 I Oflico phone Residence phone 11 Q IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXX3 CIIKYESNE WELLS, CHEYENNE COUNTY, COLORADO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1981 AROYA CITY NEWS | Mr. Gillespie went to Kansas Monday evening, he expects to be away a week. | The recent storm has made travtling by auto rather hard as the roads are bad. Mr. and Mrs. Hursel Davis and Art Smith returned to their home near Yuma, last Thursday. Mr. Anderson from the Wild Horse neighborhood was in Aroya I on business Monday morning. Mr. Stockten from Fraser, Colo., was in Aroya several days last week looking for a location. Mrs. G. P. Meyers is expected home this week after spending several weeks in the hospital at Hugo. Quite a number of people from other towns were in attendance at Mrs. Smith’s funeral on last Wednesday afternoon. Obituary David W. Hart was born Oct. 18th, 185), at Toledo, Ohio, died Nov. 30th, 1921, age seventy years, one month and twelve days. When a young man he moved with his parents from Ohio to Lexington, III., where he married Miss Mary Kilpatrick on July 4th, 1871, to this union were born eight children all of whom are living except the oldest daughter, Regina, who died at the age of six weeks. He moved with his family to Nebraska in 1883 where he lived until two years ago when he moved to First View, Colorado, on a home stead. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, four daughters and three sons. Minnie Montgomery of Columbus, Nebr., John Hart, of Fremont. Nebr., S. O. Hart, of Albion, Nebr . I>. W. Hart, Of Akron, Colorado, Mable Patter son, of First View. Colorado, Lena Etter, of First View. Colo rado, and Frances Hoops,' of Schuyler, Nebr. He was a mem ber of the Presbyterian church also a member of the Modern Woodmen of America for the past thirty years as far as is known He is the last of a fam ily of ten children. M. E. Church Notes Sundaj School 10:00 a m. Preaching—— 11:00 a m. Subject: ‘‘Gods Provision For Regulating the World”. Junior League 3:00 p m. Epworth League 6:46 p m. Preaching —7:30 p m. Subject: "Despising the Day of Small Things”. Let everybody come out to the services and help to build a healthy community life for the young of our town. M. P. Dixon, Pastor County Teachers Examinations County Teachers Examination will be given at Cheyenne Wells on Thursday and Friday, Decem ber 15th and 16th. beginning at 9 o’clock. Esther B Weir, Co Supt. of Schools M. W. A. Members Notice Our next regular meeting night will come on Tuesday night, Dec ember 13th, and each one of you are requested to be present. At this meeting we will have the annual election of officers and other important business matters. A. Froelick, V. C. Ward Ripley was taken sudden ly ill last Thursday afternoon and had to spend the latter part of last week in bed and in his room. Dad was able to be up and around again though on Monday morning Siebert-Magwire Last Thursday afternoon, Dec ember 1st, at Littleton, Colorado occured the marriage of Mr, Henry J. Siebert and Mrs. C. A. Magwire, both well known peo ple of this city. The contract ing parties both left here on Tuesday morning the former telling he was leaving for Texas for the winter the latter to do some shopping before the holi days. which was all well and good. Thursday evening Mrs. Mag wire, beg pa-don, Mrs. Siebert, wrote to her daughters here that she and Mr. Siebert were mar ried that afternoon and would be home Saturday night on 104 and to keep the matter quiet, and they did. But. in Denver Friday they met some Cheyenne Wells friends and naturally, told them of the wedding, these good friends inquired of them if the matter was a secret at home and of course the newlyweds said yes. Saturday the happy couple started for home thinking that their little prank would shock the inhabitants of this burg when “they” announced their marri age, but tu their great surprise Fran Cahill Spills The Beans By sending the lollowing tele gram to his father: “Mrs. Mag wire and Henry Siebert married, coming on “102” ’ (6 o’clock p. m. in place of about 2 a. m , as advised) Mr. Cahill gets busy on receipt of message and has a large crowd organized; I. K Jones orders out the band and to gether they take charge of i he depot until the arrival of 102. When the train came to a stop “guards” weie station at the exits to “nab their parlies” and bring them into the dppot where the band and their many friends were in waiting (as the weather was cold outside and snow deep) to give them a warm reception. They were then escorted up town and at the drug store a stop was made and the bride and groum presented their friends to candies and cigars, while the band kept playing all the while. Several moments were passed here in giving and receiving congratula tions after which the newlyweds were allowed to go on their way. This marriage was indeed a surprise ta of this city and -5m&Hie joinsJn ex tending to Mr. andjMITsiebert their best wishes for a long and happy married life. Harold Shy. who went up to Colorado Springs the first of last week to have a physical examin ation made in regard to his health found it necessary to sub mit to an operation, so on Wed nesday he was operated upon for appendicitis at the St. Francis hospital. The last reports re ceived here from Harold states that he is getting along as wt.ll as can be expected. Obituary Philip John Loster was born July 26th, 1900 near Gypsum City, Kansas, and died Novem ber 20th, 1921 at the home of a cousin in Hardtner. Kansas, where he had Rone for a visit. He had heart trouble and had been a patient sufferer all his life, but typhoid fever claimed him after a months illness. He leaves to mourn his loss a mother, father, three sisters, I Mrs H. Howard, Mrs. A. H. j Steere, and Grace Leone and ! three brothers, Frank E , Wm. ; W. and Joseph H. also other rel- I ativs and a host of friends. | Interment was in the Hardtner, ' cemetery. Aprons and home made candy to suit everyone at the Ladies Aid bazaar, Saturday December 10th, at the Cheyenne County Land Office. E. J. Harris is having the big show windows put into the new building this week and they cer tainly makes wonderful improve ment in its appearance. Mrs. Wm. McGinty returned to her home in Denver last Tues day morning after having spent several days in this city with her husband and many friends. The big free dance given at the I. O. O. F. hall last Monday night by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siebert was thoroughly enjoyed by a large crowd of friends, both voung and old. The Ladies Social Circle of Arapahoe, will hold an all day bazaar at the Chapel on Satur day, December 10th, and will serve a lunch at noon. Every body cordially invited. The Valore Hardware company are this week building a machine shed on their loMdjoining their building on the .east. This will be a temporary strhcture until such a time ,hs they can get around to put in a brick front. Folks your attention is called to the advertisement of the Har ris Motor company on another page of this issue. Mr. Harris is going to make some lucky person happy this coming Christ mas day. The big snow storm of the past week caused Manager Hahn, of the telephone company quite a little trouble along the lines west, so on Monday he and Lou Holler baugh started out to find their troubles and from all reports did. Hal Eastwood, who conducts the shoe store and repair shop in this city, has in past week or so added some/iew machinery in his repairing/mpartment and is now better fixed to I andie your work than he has been in the past. Last Thursday afternoon snow began to fly in Cheyenne Welle and surrounding territory and continued all throrigh th night and the. next day. and when it had country ' was under a bltqiket of anywhere from six "inched- to three feet of the beautiful. While it has made traffic mighty hard, it will mean many a dollar to our farmers next season and it was indeed welcomed. Last Thursday afternoon some one had hauled out a load of hot aahea to the city dumping grounds and during the high wind that prevailed the hot coals ignited the trash on the grounds thereby causing quite a large fire which spread rapidly over the grounds. People should be a little more careful we would think, as just such incidents as this one may have caused serious trouble and a great loss to proper ty. On Tuesday evening the body of John J Piper, who was killed in California on Wednesday a week ago, airived in this city for burial. From what we under stand the young man was hit by an automobile and instantly kill ed, the machine that struck him never stopped to assist I he young man or even see if he had been hurt Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist church this morning, interment being made in the Cheyenne Wells Cometer . The young men leaves to mourn his loss a mother, father and brother, who | reside north of First View. Ho 88 HIGH SCHOOL NEWS OF INTEREST Mrs. Edna (Shy) Reese and little son, are visiting home folk* in Cheyenne Wells. The Senior Chapel Wednesday morning was a decided success from every point of view. Paul Suchland ’23. who has been in the hospital in Denver returned home Monday night. Miss Cora Hollenbaugh '2l, has been substituting the last three days in the third and fourth grades for Miss Helen Oxley. The Alpha Delta Phi Sorority, of which Genevieve Wells ’ld and Zelda Jones, ’2O, are memb ers won the loving cup for tha highest standard of scholarship of any sorority in the University for the year. Friday when the snow began fighting its way to the ground we sadly thought that the game with Kit Carson was off, but upon looking out of the window and straining our eyes we could see in the distance the “Eagles** swooping into Cheyenne Wells. Our boys quickly donned their suits of black and gold and were eager to begin the fray when Carson arrived. To see the skill of our boys on the court ia a revelation to the opposing team. Team work and fast playing was used from the first moment by our boy 8. Big Center. Ev Mason stepped up and got the tip-off placing it in Robt. Burns hands, he passing it to Mike Dixon mak ing first goal beiore the first, minute of play ended. Oar guards, Woodrow and Dutton, played a fine game. E. Dutton guard, out for his first game made a fine showing. A few da» tails of the game as seen by an enemy is Kirk played his usual game fur Kit Carson, holding and tripping. Cunningham plac ed a good game of foot ball sock ing sixty-three points in touch down but scureing no goals. Kit Carson’s Center, "a dark horse** six foot two, played a good garde of Black men; Rhoades did fin* work of running and playing with the ball, finally scratching one field goal. Marrcc played a good place at guard, he did weß in holding onto Bobbie Burns, most every time he would cateh right on and did well in tfes broncho busting experience, tb are not relating our own faulted which were even men numerdha than those of Kit Careen. XHgi ended a perfect day to a tune g “Cheyenne Will Shine Toniaflg and Kit Carson Will Fine. Bfljl Baht Rah! The game ended ti a victory for our bays. Im spirit of the rooters was vd|y fine and they forgot to the o- ‘ citement of the game tbnt it <dto even snowing. Grace Evangetical Lutheran Church Divine services next Sunday December 11th, at Wild Hon-fe at 10:90 a m. All are welcome. Rev. B. Skov, PasUjg Distribution of automobile license plates for the year will be started this week by Sec retary of State Milliken. The 1922 license plates are slightly larger than those for 1921, th» figures are black on a white back ground Altogether 350,000 plat es have been ordered fur the next year in this state. Tha order in which the plates will ba | distributed starts Denver with 1 |to 40.000 Cheyenne county numbers will read from 102701 to 103400. In other words theta are 799 phtes for this county.