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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DzftUlfMKNT OF THE INTEtUOR
Sorlal No 036124
U 8 Land Office at Phoenix Arizona
March 12 1921
Katie U hereby given that William
AlUn Klondyke Arizona who on
Septawbar 25 1919 maHo Homestead
Entry No 036124 for all Section 27
Towfiiala 7 South Rnniw 19 East Gila
and Salt River Base and Meridian has
flVd notice of Intention to make three
Tar proof to establish claim to the
land abote doscrlbed boforo L V
MeCourt U S Commissioner at ill
eo Arizona on the 20ih day of April
1021
Claimant names aa witnesses
Itomao C Haby John F Greenwood
Dan A Rpton Robert J Adair all of
Klondyke Arizona
OllAS E MAnsitALL Register
First publication March 18 1921
Last publication April 15 1921
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tke Superior Conrt of tho County
ef Grabam Stato of Arizona
In the matter of the estate of Maria
Louis Wnktflcld deceased
Notlse I hereby given by tho under
signed Btans Coleman executor of
the tlate of Maria Louis Wakefield
AtemttA lo the creditors of and all
person hatinc claims against said de
ceived lo exhibit them with the nec
essary vouchers within four months
after the first publication of this no
tico to sAid executor at tho ollico of
Stfatton Lynch at Safford Arizonn
the am being the place for tho trans
action Of the business of said estate m
tho County of Graham btuto oi Ari
zona
Evans Coleman
Executor
First publication April 1 1921
Last publication April 22 1921
NOTICE OF SELECripN
United States Land Office at
Phoenix Akizona
STATE OF ARIZONA
Te YTnoM It May Conceiin
Nolle is hereby given that the State
of Arizona under tho provisions of the
Act af Congress approved Juno 20
1910 88 Stale 657 ha filed in this
office Its School Indemnity Land Selec
tions applving to select us indemnity
the lands described as follows
List 2721 010175 In T 11 S R 21
E Lots 1 2 WVjNEU NWi Sec
tion 18
LiM 891B Q50707 In T 10 S R 22
EiNEM Section 29 SWU Sec
tion 23
G and S R M
Dnrinr the five weeks period of pub
lication ef this notice or any time
theraaftar and before final approval
and certification this oflico will receive
protests r contests as to any of tho
traett applied for and transmit tho
same to the General Land Office
Dattd at Phoenix Arizona March
8 191
Chas E Marshall Register
Scott White Receiver
FiraX publication March 18 1921
Last publication April 15 1921
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DsmrMfcNT OF THE INTERIOR
Serial No 01S847
TJ 5 Lan Office at Phoenix Arizona
March 19 1921
Notirt Is hereby given that Graham
N Frtnb of Safford Arlzma who
on October 12 1920 made Homestead
Entry No 018847 for S 4 SE U Sec
tion 18 and N Vi NE i Section 19
Township C Sou 111 Range 21 East Gila
and Salt River Rase and Meridian has
filed notico of intention to make three
year proof to establish claim to tho
land above described before H L
Payne Clerk of tho Superior Court at
SafTord Arizona on the 28th day of
April 1921 i
Claimant names as witnesses 1
Jeff SatlleJim Anderson both of
- Glenbar Arizona Carl E Schroeder
of Safford Arizona Frederick W i
Dowdle of Klondyke Arizona
Chas E Marshall Register
First publication March 25 1921
Last publication April 22 1921
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior i
Serial No 019137
U S Land Office at Phoenix Arizona
March 2G 1921 I
Notle Is hereby given that Arthur
O Mack of Glenbar Arizona who on
December 17 1920 made Homestead
Entry No 049137 for Lot 1 Sfe NE
SEMNWVi Section C Township 6
South Range 24 East Gila and Salt
River Base and Meridian has filed no 1
tice of intention to make three -yea
proof to establish claim to the land j
above described before H L Payne j
Clerk of the Superior Court at Safford
Arizona on the fifth day of May 1921
Claimant names as witnesses
Lewis Allen William Boren John
Matthsns Clyde Matthews all of
Glenbar Arizona
Craa E Marshall Register
First publication April 1 1921
Last publication April 29 1921
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Hi Soperior Court of the County
f Grfcaaai State of Arizona
In tie natter of the estate of Rosa
Meyers deceased
Notie is hereby given by the under
sfgnd Profiry Franczuk ojceculor of
th estate of Rosa L Meyers de
teased to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against tho said de
ttaetd to exhibit them with tho hoc
creary vouchors within four months
after the first publication of this no
tlie to said executoi at the oflico of
Stratton t Lynch at Safford Arizona
he aire balng tho place for tho trans
action of the business of said estate in
the Cotinty of Grahamt Stato of Ari
zona
IROFHIY FllANCZUK
Executor
First publication April 1 1921
Last publication April 22 1921
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tfca Superior ourt of tho County
f Grm Stato rt Ailzona
la tVe aistter of ho estate of Ilyron
B Vyatt deeensifd
Kotisa is hereby given by the under
sicnfl Rula Wyatt administratrix of
th ssHta f Ryron R Wvatt do
eeasea1 the creditors of and all per
sons hatinr claims againBt said do
ease3 to axhibit them with the nec
essary Touchers within four months
aftar tht first publication of this no
tice to said administratrix at tho oflico
of Stratton Lynch at Safford Ari
zona th same being tho place for the
transsetUa of tho business of said C3
iata In ta County of Graham State
at Arizona
Rula Wyatt
Administratrix
First publication April 8 1921
Lost publication April 29 1921
WrJSWM
A Home Coarse
in Domestic Science
Twenty Lewons in Domestic
Science by Marlon Colo Fisher
has recently been received by us
for review
This is a comploto advanced
course in domestic setenee and
home economies boiled down to
meet the requirornerUs of the
housewife and tho otudent
The entire edurse conoists of
twenty practical lessonn one
hundred pages filled with the
most valuable informartion the
housewife can possess heretofore
taucrht onlv in domestic science
schools
Do you know the relative value
of food which fruit to use for
cooking what purpose salads
serve the correct use of condi
ments about proper kitchen
equipments about U S Govern
ments bulletins how to reduce
the hitrh cost of ivlncr how to
promote and protect your own
and your families health how to
make housekeeping simpler and
mnro economical jind olCflsant bv
utilizing modern science in the
home
This hook we note is nriced
at 200 per copy and from what
we understand it contains n com
plete 100000 college course con
densed and it is practically free
to every interested housewife
Write the Home Economics
Department of tho Calumet Bak
mg Powder Company 4100 28
Fillmore St Chicago Illinois
for lull particulars regarding the
book and how to secure it
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our neigh
bors and many friends for their
kindness during the illness and
death of our beloved brether
DeWitt Motes
S J Moms
P L Uom
C K Mores
T D Ii09s
C I M073
Z9HBt Scarlet
DSLLi Slaci
Thty Setk Walt if It
T frnntintl Tiatv Plfkvftltrllllnft
Cough Remedy praisad by fritnds and
acquaintances whltk anly taads to
strengthen my poad eplnian of it
writes Mrs Fred Artor Zanestllle
Ohio Try it whan yah hay a cough
or cold and see for yanrsalf what nn
excellent medietas it i 8 5t
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department or m iNmion
Serial R ttftlt
U S Land OflUa ttr f ainii Arizona
April 1921
Notice is hereby given that Marcial
Sernn of Safford Arizona who on
September 12 1917 made Homestead
Entry No 03G3U forN H SE U Sec
tion 8 Township 8 South Range 26
East Gila and Salt River Base and
Meridian has filed notico of intention
to make three year prrar to establish
claim lo the land abovo described be
fore H L Payna Clork of tha Super
ior Court at BalTed Arizona on Ihe
19th day of May 1921
Claimant names as witnesses
Ramon S RIyas Candido Hernandez
Moises Yanos Eliscio Yanes all of
Safford Arizona
Chas E Marshall Register
First publication April IB 1921
Last publication May 13 1921
SUPERIOR COURT NOTICE
In tho Superior Court of the County
of Graham State of Arizona
In the matter of the astatcof Joseph
Pennsyl deceased
Notico of hearing at petition for sale
of personal property at private sale
Notice is hcrebywgvvan that Phil C
Merrill administrator of the estate of
Joseph Penneyl deceasad has filed
with tho clerk of this Court a petition
praying that said Court jtrant its order
directing the sale at private slao of
certain personal property belonging to
tho estate of said dasedent and de
scribed in said petition and that Sat
urday ho- 23d day of April 1921 at
ten oclock n tha foranaon at the eourt
room of raid Court at Saffard in said
County Oi Graham State of Arizona
has bcon set for staring said petition
uhen and where any and all persons
interested may appear and shew cause
if nnv they have why the said petition
should not be granted
umeq April 12 iyn
H L Payne Clerk
First publication April 16 1921
Last publication April 22 1921
STATEMENT Of1 WTIERSHIP
Statement of tat avnarship man
agement etc required by tho Aet of
Congress August 24 1912 of The
Graham Guardian published weekly
at Safford Arizona for April 1 1921
tate opArieona I
County of Graham f BB
Before mo a Notary Publie In and
for the Stato and ounty aforesaid per
sonally appeared TVm M Moore who
having been duly sworn according to
law deposes and says that he is tho
puimsnor oi inn urahau uuardian
and that the followlnr is to tho best
f his knowledge and baliof a true
statement of th ownership manage
ment etc of the afomaid publication
for tho date shown in the above cap
tion required by tho At of August 24
1912 embodied in Saetion 443 Postal
Laws and Regulations to wit
1 That the namas aad addresses of
thu publisher editar tnk buslnsss man
ager are
Publisher Wkt U Uaara Safford
Arlona
Editor Wra M Uesra Saffard Ari
zona
Business Maaagar fat II Uoora
SatTord Ariaoaa
2 That ta onnws ara IVm U
Mooro Safford Ariroaa aad Mrs Ella
Blrdno Phoenix Ariaona
That the knowa bandkoldars mort
gagees and other stturity holders own
mtr or holding ena Dtr aant or more nf
tho total amount af bonds mortgages
nr othor securities ara Mrs Ella
llirdno Phoenix Arirtna
WM M Mooar rublisher
Sworn to and snbsaribad before me
this 7lh day of April 1M1
Seal Leb N StrAtton
Notary Public
My commission expires Man 0 1924
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wBmlJivk if ORACB
rrANGW RomancQ oflho 3iiotCcnirtj
T I was drunU lie excused hlra
talf and I thought ho whimpered
t hts mother I thought you wanted
ma to
Than Edith projected herself Into
the areltcment again She glanced nt
Uriah her eyes melting with tender
ness aroso and slood looking at the
Pendlehaven brothers
Mr Paul she said In a low voice
flont you remember me
Fan looked hor over with no sign
Of recognition and his brother turned
away from Reginald to observe this
now development
No said Paul and ho shook his
head
Kever mind That dont matter
was the reply but Ill niako a dicker
with you You give me my man for
kaeps and Ill give you your slrl
Caroline Im Edith Mlndll
Yon could have heard n pin drop so
deep was the silence All were look
ing at the haggard woman fnclng Paul
Pendlaharcn who was rising unstead
ily
Olva mo my man she repented
Dont send lm to Jail and Ill give
eti your girl
DtvteT Paul had become so whitr
-stiff 1 U WjSfe
MffM
Yoo Uttle Pup You Tried to Poison
Paul Didnt You
fnt his brother went to him and flung
an arm across his shoulders
Ara you lying ho thundered nt
Haith If If Sit down Paul
lt
Wiares my baby quavered Paul
Ptuslehavcn
Dees my Uriah go free scot free
gtiastloned Mrs Devon
Tan yes consented both brothers
at tka same time
Sflny had dropped to the floor Now
Rat Httla Caroline had been found
rtia awild no longer be a Pendlehnven
aanifliter Edith went to her and knelt
bttritte her
Hra she is sir she said In husky
tenw lifting a tearful face to the
mm and you couldnt hnvo a liner
Irtrl fn the world I nlnt goln to wiy
frr yen to forgive mo sir but youve
tmi over two years Now gimme
Drtah and well go
Ttrxj threw her arms nround Ediths
ert What n change two minutes
and a few words had made She
wemtfi to have taken on n new dig
nity aa with shining eyes sho said to
Panl rendlcJiaven
Father darling whatever It was
that separated us I want oh how I
want fra do something for the only
mother Ive ever known
Of eonrsc Doctor Paul consented
he avan did more Ho got a proinlbo
from the confused Uriah that hed
turn his back on tho old days and
eld ways and begin again with such
aid as the Pcndlehnvens would glvo
him
TVhMft Doctor Paul was settling the
fare vt the Dovons John Pendlehnven
hn9 fcaen sizing up the Curtis family
ther ware grouped together clinging
t aath other
RagKie ho ejniiilntcd 1 reckon
yan 9 a good Job when you stopped
ftaton with n bullet last night As
tdt fan Sarah you and your children
arent snfo to In tho house
tier He stretched forth his hand
and effercd tho five thousand dollnrs
rb her Heres jour money Now
go and tnke Itvgglo ami Knthorlne
wlfh yon
Mr Curtis was so utterly overcome
fhnt e could do nothing but sob but
Kafherrn took tho bills from tho doc
tors hand and turned to her brother
Seme on Regc sho muttered
Hern mo get her out of this Wo
hettr co She pinched her mothers
am rpltcfully Oct up mother
JJhrt that crying nnd come on
la ethers watched them lenvo the
Mflia and then Mrs Devon spoke up
TTVre next Hinhl And were ever
laaflajrly grnteful to you Doctor Paul
and yon Doctor John for lcttln us
re Aint we Blub
bawa straightened up from hs
ahttr and grinned sheepishly
Thut we be he agreed and Ill
toy tw show It
VltuX avenlng when Tonnlbel and
PhtTrp were nlouo together tho young
man said chokingly You dont for n
moraant Imagine I oer believed you
1M foal thing darling I went nwny
baaaatn I thought jou didnt lovo mo
arry tore that ou nover lintl loved
m Tm dont think any other wny
Wj dear she answered gently
No of course notl
The boy pressed her to him and
ns they whispered so low no one could
hear anything there Isnt another word
Jo record except thnt Tonnlbel Pen
dlehnven bad everything the world
could glvo one little girl
THE 15ND1
T3ne
Copy for This Department Supplied
the American Legion News Service
LEGION MEN IN HOSPITALS
One Third Ex Service Boys In Institu
tions Are Members of the
Great Organization
One third of tho ex servlco men who
are confined In hospitals In thirty two
states aro mem
bers of the Amer
ican Legion ac
cording to Gerald
J Murphy direc
tor of Uie Legions
service division
who bases his re
port on llgures
compiled In a na
tional census of
disabled men ta
ken by the Le
gion
With one third
of the disabled
veterans enrolled In tho Legion ngalnsc
one fifth of tho othor eligible
men It is shown that tho disabled
mnn realizes the results the Legion has
ohtnlned In Its campaign for justice for
the sick and wounded of tho World
war Mr Murphy declared The dis
abled man has not Joined tho Legion
for tho selfish purpose of obtaining his
own compensation for the Legion serv
ice Is extended to vetorans regardless
of Legion membership
Although tho principal effort of tho
Legion Is to aid tho sick and wounded
veteran national and state legislation
Americanism work and many other
projects beneficial to all ex service
men nro being accomplished by tho or
ganization These movements ore ex
pected to result In a greater percent
age of Legion members nmong thoso
i ho left tho service without physical
handicaps
TO HOLD PR0 GERMAN MEETS
Sessions Alleged for Purpose of Pro
testing Against Negro Troop3 In
French Army of Occupation
Pro German meetings planned for
the near future In a number of cit
ies In tho East and Middle West will
be closely watched by the American
Legion according to nntlonal head
quarters of tho ox servlco mens or
ganization Tho series of meetings
It is understood will be held for tho
purpose nf protesting against tho re
ported presence of negro colonial
troops In the French army of occu
pation desplto tho fact thnt tho troops
In question were withdrawn ninny
months ago
Cities In whleh tho meetings aro
scheduled aro Milwaukee Omaha
Philadelphia Cincinnati Loulsvlllo
hlengo Clovoland and Now York It
Is understood that Dr Edmund von
Mach who wns rebuffed nt Washing
ton D C In an effort to enlist tho
aid of F W Gnlbnilth Jr Legion na
tional commander In tho project nnd
George Sylvostor Vlerlck notorious
linoho mngnzlno editor nra nmong tho
hjphennted Americans who are spon
soi ing the movement
A bulletin from Legion national
htfidqunrtcrs warning stnto hend
quo rters to watch for an nttompt to
iclve German propaganda and to cro
ole sentiment In America hostile to
tho allies haa been 6cnt out nnd
sups have been tnken by national ofil
clnls to lnfluenco tho Department of
Justice to prohibit tho meetings
A recurrenco of German propa
ganda activity In this country Is some
thing the Legion has been watching
for for some time said Lemuel
Holies nntlonal adjutant of the Le
gion I feel that the greatest cheek
to u movement of this kind will coma
from citizens of Teutonic extraction
of whoso loyalty and sincerity there
can bo no doubt Loyal Americans
should know of tho sinister efforts to
turn sentiment In favor of the notion
with which technically wo nro still at
war
HALF HUNDRED LEGION POSTS
Seventeen Foralgn Oountrles and Three
Territorial Poaaaaaloni of Four-
Continent Represented
Flfty ono American Legion posts nro
Scattered about tho face of tho globe
outside tho continental limits of tho
United States according to national
headquarters of tho cx servlce mens
organization Seventeen foreign coun
tries and thrco territorial possessions
of four continents aro represented
Tho list of territorial posts follows
Anc borage Valdea Ketchlcan Juneau
Sewardj Wrangojl Fort Llscum
YOUTH MEETS SPRING
When youth and springtime meet rn
tho mind of the deslgnor ef millinery
wo ore presented with anch concep
tions ns thoso In tho group ef hats
shown above One of th rjew shiny
fabrics makes the draped turban with
Its audacious drooping bow at the right
side Knlfe plnlted ribbon Is responsi
ble for the cheerful hat In rose color
that looks ns If It might be made of
sea shells nt the right Th odd and
dashing shape at the left has a aatln
brim nnd fancy brnid crown with a
cluster thnt comprises fruits flowers
and foliage posed against It The
tvlde brlmmed braid hat beasra of
lovely lines not Interfered with by a
rosette nnd ends of sntln ribbon posed
at tho side These ara anry four
among the myriads of hats made to
grace the hends of yOnng women but
from them may be gntheVed something
of the vivacity and the general bright
ness of new shapes and matcrlaH for
spring
dova Nome IlalncsjtalrlrtBrtw WfXa
and Petersburg all In Alittlta Jfeno
lulu Kealla IIIIo KapHaA Tfnfalfia
Schofleld Barracks Fort XamriUBneha
and Kahulul in Hawafl and Sflrnna
Cunrtcl de Espann Cavft rt Tfll
linm McKlnley nnd Corwtft f rh
Philippines
Foreign posts hnve bea fenrntM at
Buenos Aires ArgenOM Brtrewels
Belgium Rio do JawHra meft
Montreal Canada tfrtnjrWrara
Chile Shanghnl nnd PMa dhtna
Havana Cuba London BatHand
Guatemala City Guatemalkj ftrfla La
Rochello and GIottw fWA Ob
lentz Germnny ToRa WWwfsa and
Kobe Japan Mexico CMttmt fcrmpt
co Mexico Cnrro da Jwru
Balboa Cristobal and hrrk Mana
ma Warsaw Poland Kr fefta Do
mingo Santo Domingo
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A E F Play iWR
An A B P pla fflnwy fti Ytt
opened for the use Jfft fit fe
American Legion whleli Jlr fffnya
for home tnlent produerldfc Tr ffltt
slcal comedy Slttln Pnrrry fa Ma
of the feature plays nrw 6frrel to
posts It tells the story f a afh
boy who poses ns a girl welfafa frtrtlc
cr In Frnnco saves a patfj or A W
O L soldiers from etfuft pHlal
chnperoiips two chormfn darntanl
of a French nobleman itrta rtts fni
boys from drowlnlng In Aa 1 9
nac The address of qjA TfffiMl Is
A E F Library 60 W Wdfetb
street New York City
ST JOSEPH STAKE
Home Missionary Appointments
for April 24th
Eden Joseph H Lines
Bryce Edward C Eyring
Hubbard Phil C Merrill
Graham Wm Ellsworth
Solomon James I Palmer
Lebanon Andrew C Peterson
Layton has E Ferrin
Thatcher Austin Evanv
Thatcher West Chas O Larson
Central- Richard G Layton
Pima Georgo A Foote
Matthews -James A Duke
Ashurst John Bilbv
Emery David H Weech
Ward Conferences of Auxiliary
Organizations
Primary
April 17 Pima Central Thatcher
Thatcher West
Y M and Y L M I A
April 17 Ashurst Bryce Eden
Hubbard
Spencer Kimball
Stake Clerk
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Gila Valley Is
Yet On
Top
President and Mrs Andrew
Kimball returned from the North
Saturday evening and were glad
to get home again They report
having had a veKy interesting
time while in Salt Lake City in
attendance upon the various
meetings of the Relief Society
and General Conference There
was a fall of about six inches of
snow all over the north and ex
tending to the Nevada line
Heavv frost destroyed all the
fruit and vegetation it appears
that the cold wave struck Cala
and Arix as well
P32E
In their Intercourse with peo
ple from all parts of the west it
was plain to see that the Gila
valley is far the most prosperous
of any section and even in the
face of ail the drawbacks we
have reason to rejoice in the
splendid prospects before us
President and Mrs Kimlall
spoke at a joint meeting of the
Thatcher and Thatcher West
wards Sunday President Kim
bail will report upon his confer
ence trip at the meeting in Lay
ton Sunday the 17th at 200
p m and at Pima the following
Sunday
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Arizona the motorist can see the
dwellings of a race now believed
to be extinct These cliff dwell
ings are at least 400 years old and
if their walls could speak they
would tell a most dramatic story
of romance and conquest
Arizona has more than its share
of interesting places to lure the
motorist There he will find many
Indian reservations the homes
of Apaches Navajos Hopis Mo
haves and other tribes There
too is the famous Roosevelt Dam
and the incomparable Grand Can
yon of the Colorado River
And wherever he goes the mo
torist can be sure that his motor
fuel will be right because Reel
Crown Gasoline is sold every
where
Look for the Red Crown sign
on service stations and garages
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I CHAUTAUQUA
ELLISON WHITE
Lecturers of National
Prominence jf
Stcfansson noted explorer of the far North who brings aremark
able illustrated lecture on My Five Years in the Artie Tom Skeyhill
Anzac soldier poet and adventuier just back from Russia with a great
story about latest development in Bolshevick Land Peter Clark Mc
Farfano prominent author and contributor to leading national maga
zines Hunt Cook of the Chicago Art Institute with two lectures on
better homes Fnther D J Cronin speaking on The Weeds and
Flowers of Literature and Hurnell Ford electrical scientist aud invent
or demonstrating the marvels of electricity
A Big Play Production
The Keighley Broadway Players a New York company with an all
professional cast will present on the fifth night one of theygreatest
comedies of the present day Nothing Hut the Truth This big
farce success was first presented on Broadway by Willie Collier achiev
ing a record run u
Have You Bought Your Season Ticket
It Is tl e OPEN SESAME to a WEEK of GENUINE ENTERTAINMENT
Adults 272 Students 150 Childs 100 No War Tax
A Week of Splendid Music
Two concerts will be presented by Licurancos Little Symphony an
orchestra created and coached by Thurlow Lieurance noted American
compoor At the evening concert Jane Peterson prominent Chicago
contralto will appear ns soloist Two concerts by The Jugo Slav Tarn
burica Orchestra an organization from Eastern Europe Two concerts
by The Orpheus Four ollicial quartent of the Orpneus Club of Los
Angeles and rated as one of the foremost male nuatets in the country
Two programs by the Hoach Freemnn Duo and two programs of solo
work and community singing directed by Walter Jenkins
An Abundance of Entertainment
The inimitablo Ada Hoach is comincl Her dialect strries and char
acter sketches nro among the best being presented on tho platform
Huth Freeman too is an entertainer of note Then there is thebig plav
production nnd entertainment value over half of the lectures of the
wctk It is an evenly balanced program Youll liko it through and
through
MAKE CHAUTAUQUA WEEK YOUR
VACATION WEEK
Safford April 27-28-29 May 1-2-3
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