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Phillips County Herald
HOLYOKE, COLO., NOV. 4, 1821 Locals in Brief Mrs. Ella Lasater of Denveryfs the > guest of Mrs. H. B. Phelps. Y A. C. Shafer and Rlster Harriet left Wednesday afternoon for Denver to visit. The sound of the chime clock on the Phillips County bank is loud and clear. Dr. Mabel Green of Chappell, Ne braska has been quite ill at the Phelps cafe. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Schneider and son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. Schneider. Lura Pugh, who nas been attending school at Red Lion. Colorado, return ed home Monday. Miss Glzella Day of Mudrid was in Holyoke the fore part of the week thaving dental work done. * Mrs. Mary Wanamaker, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Free man Sprague, returned to Venango, Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCreary of Colorado Springs arrived In Holyoke, Monday evening, having driven their car through. They are at the Holyoke Inn until they can get permanently located. Rev. and Mrs. Bllnzinger of Am herst came down on the afternoon train Wednesday to attend a meeting at the Baptist church that evening for the purpose of administering the baptismal rites to several converts. Mr. Charles Ilalsted of Tecuinseh. Nebraska is in Holyoke attending to the settlement of his deceased son, Fred C. Hulsted's. estate. Mrs. Hal sted is disposing of her stock and crop and will return to Tecuinseh to live. Her two children are In school there. Trade where your dollar goes the farthest. —J. B. Byars Company, Hol yoke, Colorado. Peerless Theatre PROGRAM For the Week Beginning Nov. 7 Monday Robert Louis Stevenson’s Famous Novel Seven Reel Special 1 “Treasure Island” If you like adventure stories, come and have a good time hunting pirate’s gold on lonely islands. “A Paramount Magazine” TUESDAY JUSTINE JOHNSTONE in “The Plaything of Broadway” A gripping drama of love, intrigue, romance and regeneration. EDO Alt COMEDY “Edgar, the Explorer” WEDNESDAY CIIAItI.KH KAY In “19 and Phyllis” A lesKou iii the high cost of loving A BOH AND BILL COMEDY “Catching the Coon” £ Thursday I CONSTANCE TALMADGE H “The Perfect Woman” S H Connie goes avamping into new fields. It’s I r® Bolshevik this time. Don’t fail to see her. fi A Toonerville Comedy I “Skipper’s Bcozum Friend” - ■ FRIDAY KDITII KUnkltTS m I “Opened Shutters” ■ Jov and sorrow; Hu y are attractively blended in till* stirring story ■ story of u beautiful girl s life in* a N.-wr Englnnd village ■ SERIAL '< I “Hurricane Hutch” ■ SATURDAY Oliver Curwood’s Htlrrlng Story I “The Golden Snare” H A Royal Northwest sergeant on a man hunt, and a snarl made of a ■ uirl s golden hulr. A thriller 1 I MUTT AND JEFF [l “Mille Fife” J Fox News I I H. 8. Robinson Is In Denver for; ian operation for nasal trouble. Mrs. Meyers of Denver Is a new ’ employe at the Phelps cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner nnd ten v ere guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. 3 J Seifert'-fop-lunch Sunday evening i Mr. and 'A. Walls, who, i have been employed at the Phelps 1 ! cafe, were Denver passengers Wed -1 nesday afternoon. I ' Judging by the number of cars of | i coal on the tracks, no one should [ I j worry over a shortage of that neces- j sary winter article. Mr. and Mrs. Kueck and baby and } Miss Fern Mason spent Monday night; | with/friends In Haxtun, returning on I Tuesday's morning train. I OMr. and Mrs. Everett Cox and fam ily of Idalia, Colorado • came up Sun day to visit David Cox and wife, fath !er and mother of Everett. ; E. C. Goddard, who has been here for several weeks visiting his brother, Sant and family, returned Thursday , to ais home at Enid, Okluhonia. \j(lrs. E. V. Crum of Keota, Colorado jls visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Repo, and other relatives. She came J Thursday and surprised her mother. , N *Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Justice leave | next week for their ranch at Arapa hoe, Colorado, to be gone a couple f; of weeks. They will build a new ~ bt rn while there. r and Mrs. Clarence Ditto are reloicing over the arrival of a son on ; Monday. October 31, 1921. Mother and babe are doing nicely, and Clar- Jence is busy treating his friends to , I cigars. ’ Dr. Mabel Green of Chappell has ?: been visiting her husband, Dr. R. W. *, Green, taking a much needed rest. Mrs. Green and Mrs. H. B. Phelps motored to Chappell, Tuesday and re ’ turned. ) _____ • Elmer Harmon has been confined to ’ his bed for several days with an at- I tack of the flu which is going the ’ rounds. Several cases have been re • ported, hut urea mild form. Mr. Harmon is able to he out again. 8 Scores of satisfied customers trad • iug every day at J. B. Byars Com pany, Holyoke, Colorado. PHILLIPS COUNTY, XERALP I Mr. F. P. O'Neal has been at j Friend, Nebraska the past ten days, : ! due to the death of Mrs. O’Neal’s father. Word comes to us from Rev. Will iam T. Russell advising us of the change he is making. Through advise :of physicians he is moving from his homestead in Wyoming to Spokane. ! Washington, hoping to benefit the health of Mrs. Russell by the change. | Miss Mabel Richardson accompanied I Mrs. Breeze to Crab Orchard, Nebras ; ka, where the body of Mr. Breeze | will be laid to rest. After a visit 1 with relatives at Crab Orchard, Mrs. i Breeze and son will go to Clear Lake, South Dakota to make their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Johnson. UNUSUAL WORK DONE IN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Twenty-three students in the Hol yoke branch of the county high school made an average of 90 or above in all their work. The names and grades are as follows: Florence Fulscher 96, Virginia Crawley 95, Glenn Emar ine 94, Anna Renck 94, Eleanor Bemls, 94, Margaret Walrod 93, Gladys Sed erburg 93, Ruth Barkey 92. Marjorie Mowry 92, and Opal Ralston 92. The following people have an average of 91: Minerva Flaker, Helen Mailunder, Volney Mowry, Gladys Peter, Anna Spence, Grace Struckmeyer, Eva Sederburg. Sherman Walrod. The following have and average of 90: I Thelma Brundige. Etta Carpenter, Le icna Ingalsbe, Ray Miell, John Paint er, Valera' Wright. The following students were neith er absent nor tardy and received no demerits for misconduct during the first period: Erwin Flaker, Volney Mowry. Ina Huffman, Raymond Bran dea, Robert Fiedler, Andrew Evans. Ruth Barkey, Thelma Brundige, Ruth Kmarine, Helen Mailander. Eva Sed erburg. Carlena Weyerts, Florence Bevard, Elmo Edgar. Arthur Lam* iners, George Peterson. Ed Kramer, Harold Kramer, Virginia Crawley. Frances Gumbei. Lester Conover, Gil bert Peters, Robert Ralston. Adura Bierman, Geneva Blerman, Eleanor Bern is, Pauline Conklin, Elizabeth Coe. Violettia Furrow, Minerva Flak er. Anna Renck, Florence Fulscher, Margaret Wuirod, Valera Wright. There are many more who havo no demerits and muny who have not been either absent or tardy, hut the above list includes only those who have a perfect attendance and behav ior record. LOUIS BREZEE SUCCUMBS AFTER LONG ILLNESS Louis Edward Bre zee died at his home in Holyoke on Friday morning at 7:3u, October 2K. He was thirty two years old and hud been a real- I dent of Holyoke a little over two years. Mr. Brezee hud been ill with typhoid fever for about u month, con tracting the disease in Arkansas. He had planned to move to tliut state and had disposed of his effects in Holyoke when he wus taken sick, lie leaves a wife uml hoy. I He was a nu mber of the Metho dist church und Rev. Bennett held u memorial service for him on Sunday evening On Mondav morning the body wus ship|»ed to the home of his parents ut Crab Orchard, N'ebrusku. where the regular funeral service was conducted. FORMER HERALD EMPLOYE NOW IN NORTH CAROLINA We are in receipt of u publication from LaGrange, North Carolina, pub lished by .Ma tors und Majors it is a consolidation of two pupers of tin? county and tin* publishers are Mr. and Mrs. 8 |\ .Majors. The luttcr was with The State Her ald for a year and has many friends in llolyoke, who will he glud to hear she bus entered the newspaper busi ness for herself. Our best wishes go to Mr and Mrs Majors for sun • s In their new tin V dertuking. PHILLIPS COUNTY LEGION MEN LEAVE FOR KANSAS CITY II J. floppier. Charles Keimor. John Zeller, tluj Rictitnond. Arthur Troutman. Ralph Peterson, A. (I. Hcott, Terry Murray, F. <1 Sorenson and fail Sharrur left for the Amerl can Legion convention ut Kansas city. Suturduy via Wray. ‘I In- convention lasts three days, October 'll und Novimhor 1 and 2. COLBY HERE WEDNESDAY Frank E Colby, optometrist, will he at the Hears hotel, room \ next Wed nesday, November '.oh Anyone snf faring from oyo trouble Is Invited !.o I consult him lie makes u specialty of children'll eyes. Always trade at Ht’NKI'NK MANN'S THE STORE OK QUAL ITY AND LOW PRICKS jjp- a r-g— F JL ■. -ft M II STARTLING PRICES j ON —|| Batteries ’ :: § | | uttwaiiimiMiiuiiiiiißiMWiaiiuiiißiiii:iia:iiiiu:iiißiiiiiiiMi:iii:ia;iitiimniiiwiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiniii:iiiiinim;iigiiiiiiiwmiimitiminm:iunHinHSiaiSmiaiini • • I The Western Battery bul Den- I ver by the Western B| 'ry & Supply Compa^ Ford and Small Car - $24.50 Buick - $27.50 Dodge - $37.50 Absolutely Guaranteed for One Year THE TIRE SHOP BOLDT & GAHRINGER j j ♦eWWWH4WHWWWHWHHHW4m4HWHm4HHWW«44 j lUTT Ult -j. -s- a jg Baptist Church Preachers come and go. hut the Baptist church goes on forever. The Sunday school next Sunday morning will ho opened by the superintendent. G. W. Garland. There is a class for all, and we will make room for you next Sunday. The morning worship Ih at 11:00 o’clock. This service is In charge of the pastor. The live junior society, w'hich is reaching out for fifty members, will meet ai 3:oo p. m.. In charge of Mrs. Roy Sutherland. The senior 11. Y. P. IT.. Miss Ada Carpenter president, will meet at 6:30. The evening gospel service at 7:30. This Is the hour of the Big Sing. Come end lring your friends. Frank E. Gray, pastor Methodist Church Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Mr. It. N. White, superintendent. Subject: "Paul's Experience at Jeru salem.” Morning preaching service, 11:00 a. m. Subject: "Four Luwb of a Spiritual Harvest.” Kpworth League. 6:30 p. in. Sub ject: "Thy Will Be Done.”—With My Money. Evening preaching service, 7:30 p. m. Subject: "Fret Not." Prayer and praise service, Wednes day evening at 7:30. Presbyterian Church Kundav school ut lo on. Lesson "object: "Tin* Meaning of Sacrifice. * Morning service* ut ll:oo Sermon subject: "The iuiltutlon of Christ.'' Special music by Him choir. Young people's iiiccHukh at 6:30 A spot >iii patriotic services In con liection with Armistice Day will In held at 7:30. The l.eglon men are to ho giii‘H(H of honor, und n sincere welcome Is extended to all who can come. METHODIST YOUNG MARRIED PEOPLE'S CLASS ENTERTAINED Tlii* young married people's class of the Methodist church was enter tallied on Thursday evening at the home of Prof and Mrs. Wlkoff. A large < ruwd was present and Indulg 'd In numerous games Tin* rooms were tnsiefiilly decor ated lii orange mid black. Sand wiches, salad, pumpkin pie mid coffee were served during the evening. LADIES AID MEETS The Ladles Aid of tile Methodist church wiim entertained by Mrs O. II Weir at her home Thursday after noon. The afternoon was such it pleasant one that a large crowd was present and the meeting enjoyed by all. After a business session Hit* meet ing was turned Into a sot la I affair, followed by dainty refreshments Mmv more for less money Price talks at J. H llyurs Company, Hol yoke. Colorado NURSE BACK AFTER VACATION Miss Eldu Johnson, nurse at the hospital, who has been taking a much needed rest visiting relatives, return ed Tuesday to resume her duties. Miss Johnson is u very efficient nurse ami has endeared herself to the peo ple of Holyoke by her kindness dur ing illness In many homes. Our motto:" Buy und sell for cash und save each customer money."—J. B. liyars Company, Holyoke, Colo rado. , - ■ CO. S j 0 I The New Store ! SARVER BUILDING v Buy where you can buy the cheapest—“we do.” \\ Pit :• f y \ t+++++-: V++++44-+» ■! : 4-M“M"f+ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ;■♦♦■ ■ I r CCU3TESY -U^ v sV c £> STABILITY I j| | Bridging Adversity. !You can’t cross a bridge until you j \ come to It; then you can't cross the ' river without It. < > Think of your bank account as a T bridge—built for future need—neces- ' J sary to carry you over the stream of £ adversity. Begin now to build the bridge you v will need some day. Remember Y everything starts small—you can ! ! !' have a sturdy structure when you re- J quire it. We welcome small ac- * 1 X counts. :: :: Citizens State Bank Holyoke, Colorado OTTO FULSCHER. President ' 1 C. E. PAUL. Vice President ! I F. 0. FIEDLER. Cashier PAGE FIVE SHELL-RIMMED GLASSES $8.50 i lam now supplying the now largo-, i vision shell-rimmed glasses at $8.50 • and upwurd, including a thorough ex . ainination of the eyes. Children's i eyes u specialty.—Frank E. Colby, op • tometrlst, at Sears hotel, room 8, next - Wednesday, November 9. Wanted, at The Herald office, a j woman or young woman to gather news Items. Please call soon. i- Tho Herald phone is No. 3400.