FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1925
Tuesday 87 48
Wednesday 85 50
Thursday 82 50
Tuesday registered the highest
temperature shown here yet this
year. Phoenix on the same day
recorded a temperature of 100 and
Needles, Calif., 104.
Cahn to Flagstaff.
Charles Cahn made a business
trip to Flagstaff Tuesday.
Holbrook Attorney Here.
S' Paul Geary, Holbrook attorney,
was a Winslow visitor Thursday.
Nagle to Holbrook.
Wm. Nagle was a Holbrook visi
tor Tuesday on business.
Harp to Holbrook.
Marshal and Mrs. Harp were Hol
brook visitors Tuesday.
Smith Called to L. A.
L. G. Smith was called to Los
Angeles Wednesday by the illness
of his wife.
Dodson to Santa Fe.
J. S. Dodson left for Santa Fe,
N. M„ Monday to be gone several
days on a business trip.
To Plioenlx on Business.
W. D. Hitchcock left for Phoenix
Monday night to be gone a few
days on business.
Pineetl to Nogales.
Stanley Pineetl left Wednesday
morning on a short business trip
Mrs. Dunham 111.
Mrs. F. M. Dunham has been con
fined to her bed the last several
days with an attack of lumbago.
Mrs. Rose Sprains Ankle.
Mrs. R. S. Rose is confined to
her bed with a badly sprained ankle
which Dr. Sprankle is attending.
Here from Holbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jennings of
Holbrook spent Wednesday after
noon in Winslow.
Yisits Relatives Here.
Mrs. Ralph Siegmund and baby,
of Los Angeles, are visiting friends
and relatives here.
Hoover to Prescott.
Crew Dispatcher S. D. Hoover
left for Prescott Tuesday night on
9, short trip.
Wrays to Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wray left
Wednesday night on a ten-day va
cation to be spent in Denver.
Bollock Back on Job.
Conductor C. J. Bullock, is back
at work again after an illness of a
S. F. Vice President Here.
E. J. Engel, Santa Fe vice presi
dent, arrived in Winslow on No. 21
Thursday night for a short visit.
Goes to Albuquerque
Frank H. Brown left for Albu
querque Wednesday for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Brennan Return.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brennan re
turned on No. 22 Tuesday from a
visit in California.
Mrs. Houck Entertains
Mrs. Houck entertained the Mon
day Night club at her home on
Warren avenue Tuesday evening.
Buys Buick Here.
W. F. McCoy, a traveling sales
man, purchased a Buick roadster
from the Bazell Motor company
Mrs. Shanks Returns
Mrs. W. J. Shanks arrived in
Winslow Tuesday from her home in
Seligman. She will visit friends
here for a few days.
Boatright Goes to Prescott.
F. J. Boatright, fuel supervisor
of the Albuquerque division, left
‘ on a business trip to Prescott Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Parks Return.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parks and
son returned from Ashfork Friday
after making a short visit at the
home of Mr. Park’s parents.
Here from Albuquerque.
Charles E. White, cashier of the
First National Bank of Albu
querque, N. M., was a Winslow vis
L. C. Henning Here. x
L. C. Henning, clerk of the Su
perior court, was a visitor in Wins
low Wednesday, coming from Hol
brook on business.
Buys New Hndson.
Ed L. Morris, 905 Winslow, this
week accepted delivery of a new
Hudson coach from Brooks Auto
Mrs. Hoxsie to Return
R. B. Hoxie left Wednesday for
a short visit in Santa Ana, Cali.
On his return he will be accom
panied by Mrs. Hoxsie.
Smith to Canyon.
Clarence Smith, car clerk at the
yard office, left this week on a two
day sightseeing trip to the Grand
Mrs. Wood Entertains.
The Misses Martha and Georgia
Hunt were dinner guests of Mrs.
R. J. Wood Monday evening of this
Judge Crosby Here.
Judge J. E. Crosby, of the Su
perior court at Holbrook, was a
business visitor in Winslow Tues
Will Attend Eastern Star.
Mrs. Mary Weimer, worthy grand
matron of the Eastern Star in the
state of Arizona, will be present
at the regular meeting of the local
Star on Friday, May 15. Refresh
ments and a general good time are
planned for the meeting.
Will Go to L. A.
Mrs. Joseph Kleindienst and
Mrs. J. A. Kleindienst will leave
Sunday for Los Angeles. They will
visit in Long Beach before return
ing to Winslow.
'Dispatcher J. H. McNabb resumed
| work at the dispatcher's office
Wednesday after returning from a
short visit with his mother in
Will Visit in Phoenix.
Douglas Wade and sister Myrian
Wade, will leave Friday evening
to make a week’s visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dienzer in
1 Farnsworth Back.
Engineer Frank Farnsworth is
back on the job after a ten-day
vacation. He and Mrs. Farnsworth
returned from Los Angeles the first
of the week.
New Man at Newsstand.
Victor Davis, who hails from
Hollywood, Calif., arrived in Wins
low last week to accept the posi
tion of clerk at the Harvey new rs
Has Car Painted.
H. H. Wingfield is putting the
Duco finish on the Oldsmobile of
W. T. Butler this week. The ma
chine is being done in gray,
trimmed with red lines.
Takes Daughter to Gallup
Mrs. J. E. Kleindienst went to
Gallup Thursday to accompany
her little daughter, Peggy, ■who
will make her aunt in Gallup a
visit of several days.
Mrs. Ahrens Called to Kansas.
Mrs. Leo Ahrens and little son
left Monday night for Burlingame,
Kan., where she was*called by the
illness of her father . She probably
will be gone several weeks.
Here to Consult Doctor.
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Morris were
in town Wednesday, bringing with
them their small son to be treated
by a doctor. Mr. Morris is tool
dresser at the Adamana well.
Summer Fruits Arrive.
Fresh summer fruits made their
first appearance at the local mar
kets this week, apricots, cherries
and raspberries being among the
latest arrivals. Most of the receipts
are from California.
Mrs. Stewart Returns.
Mrs. O. M. Stewart returned from
Wichita, Kan., Tuesday after an
absence of several weeks. She re
ports her mother, whose illness
called her east, in much better
M. C. Snyder returned Wednesday
from Los Angeles, where he has
been during the last three months
attending business college. He re
sumed work at the yard office
Thursday as yard checker.
Mr. and 3lrs. Rhodes Leave
Mr. and Mrs. K .M. Rhodes and
son left Thursday morning on an
extended vacation. Before return
ing to Winslow they will visit in
Cleveland, Ohio, and also at differ
ent points in Canada.
Assistant Auditor Here.
W. G. Hunt, assistant auditor
from the Santa Fe office in Los An
geles, was in Winslow Thursday
on a trip of inspection. He was ac
companied by Maurice Anderson,
also of the auditor’s office.
Has New Saxophone.
Paul Thornton initiated a new
$275 saxophone Saturday night
Avhen he played with Sam’s Melody
Makers for the senior dance. The
saxophone is a Conn C melody and
is inlaid with mother of pearl.
Porter to Tucson.
M. D. Porter, high school ath
letic coach, left Wednesday evening
to join members of Winslow’s
track team who will take part in
the state high school meet at
Howard Still 111.
Conductor E. J. Howard, who was
taken to Los Angeles two weeks
ago for treatment for inflammatory
rheumatism, is still at the Santa
Fe hospital and it is reported his
condition is not improved.
Dr. Brown to Phoenix.
Dr. Ocsar S. Brown left Wins
low Wednesday evening for Phoe
nix, where he was called on busi
ness. He will go to Los Ange
and Riverside before returning to
Navajo Indian Rugs
Hopi Indian Art Pottery
Papago Indian Baskets
Navajo Indian hand
hammered Silver Brace
lets, Rings, etc.
At Prices to Suit Every
R M. Bruchman
Winslow, Navajo County, Arizo
Pena Sent to Hospital.
George Pena was sent to the
Santa Fe hospital at Los Angeles
Wednesday to receive treatment
for an ankle injured when he
dropped a cake of ice on it.
Thursday Bridge Club Meets
The Thursday Bridge Club was
entertained by Mrs. Riley Walcott
at her home on West Fourth street
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph
Wood won first prize and Mrs.
Claude Quebedeaux the guest prize.
Leave on Inspection Tirp. ;
W. D. Hitchcock and W. F. Mar
tens left Wednesday evening for
Phoenix on a short trip. On the
way back they intend to inspect the
railroad line between there and
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Trimble and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Anderson and
daughter visited the Petrified For
est and Painted Desert Monday,
taking their lunch with them and
picnicking on the way.
Here from Taylor.
J. P. Willis came in from Taylor
Wednesday and is visiting at the
home of his brother, Fred Willis,
engineer at the ice plant. While
here he will paint the Willis resi
The basket ball team of the ap
prentice boys at the roundhouse
was entertained Tuesday evening at
a 6 o’clock dinner by Master Me
chanic W .D. Hitchcock. The af
fair was held at the Harvey House.
Onre Sprains Wrist.
Oren Oare, while on the senior
picnic held Monday, the seniors’
ditch day, sprained his right wrist
and is now carrying his arm in a
sling, with the injured member in
New Gardener Assumes Work.
J. C. Biggerstaff assumed the
duties of Santa Fe gardener here
last week, replacing Charles Fish
er, who had held the position ten
years. Mr. Fisher has gone to
Beverly Hills, where he -will be
employed on a large estate as
Hold Safety Meet.
The monthly safety meeting of
the Santa Fe was held at the read
ing room Tuesday afternoon with
Superintendent McCully presiding.
Assistant General Manager J. R.
Hitchcock also was present at the
A winsome little 'girl weighing
eight and a half pounds arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Sharar Tuesday afternoon at 5:20
o’clock. The little lady has not
yet been named, but is regarded as
an important member of the fam
Relief Agent Returns.
Relief Agent C. F. Jones returned
to Winslow Thursday from Glen
dale, where he has been stationed
during the last six weeks. The
spring lettuce crop shipped from
Glendale this year amounted to
1,999 cars, he said.
Missionary Ladies Meet .
The May meeting of the Woman 2 *
Missionary society of the Christian
church held its May meeting at the
home of Mrs. S. A. Hopson Wednes
day afternoon at 3 o’clock. Mrs.
Tennery and Mrs. Teeters, junior
superintendent, were leaders, while
Mrs. Donaldson and Mrs. Bostick
acted in the capacity of hostesses.
The Juniors and their mothers were
guests at the meeting.
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THE WINSLOW MAIL
; Injured by Motor Car.
j Timeoto Anoyo was seriously in-!
| jured Wednesday ■when the railw r ay i
push-car he was riding jumped the
track. He was sent to the Gallup j
hospital Wednesday evening, benig
accompanied by Miss Georgia Hunt.
Miss Hunt returned to Winslow
Record Trip to MeNary.
W. H. Berry and Hugh Tilman j
made a record trip to MeNary Mon- I
day with Tilman driving, making |
i the 109 miles in two hours and !
! fifty-five minutes on their return j
to Wnslow. While at MeNary, Mr. |
Tilman sold two Buick cars for
the Bazell Motor company.
Rebekahs Have Visitors,
j Nine delegates from Flagstaff and
Williams w r ere guests of the Wins
low Rebekahs at their regular
meeting Tuesday night. Dinner
was served at 6 oc’lock, after tvhich
the Rebekahs held their regular j
meeting, followed by a district j
meeting. About thirty members j
j were present.
1 Fish Not Biting.
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parrish of j
Winslow avenue returned Tuesday j
afternoon from a three-day sojourn j
j ’mongst the pines at Lake Mary
1 and Mormon Lake. Adding the in
! suit of inconvenience to the injury
lof catching no fish, their Buick
i broke an axle in executing a fancy
| dive into a mud hole.
Hitchcock in Wreck.
! L. W. Hitchcock, brother of Miss
Jessie Hitchcock and brother-in
law of Mrs. C. B. Norman, was in
j the train wreck which occurred
I near San Diego, Calif., about two
i weeks ago. He was not seriously
injured, however, receiving only
! a wrenched back and minor
| Rain at Canyon Padre.
Motorists coming from Flagstaff
I Wednesday afternoon reported a
i big rain in the Canyon Padre dis
trict for a stretch of about six
miles. Hail also fell, and it was
j said that a truck load could be
gathered in a short time anywhere
along the road in the hailstorm’s
| Returns from Kingman.
1 Mrs. Ursula Elms, -who has been
making her home here with her
sister, Mrs. V. L. Hardin, returned
! Tuesday afternoon from Kingman.
1 where she had been called several
weeks ago by her mother’s illness.
Mrs. Elms is a trained nurse, and
j wiiile in Kingman had the care of
her mother, a sister and a hospital
' case at one time.
! Baseball Dance
A large crowxl attended the base
ball benefit dance Wednesday eve
-1 ning at the Green Mill. The mu
sic by the Meteor City orchestra
was greatly enjoyed and everybody
had a good time, which included a
little fireworks on the nearby hill.
The American Legion will give a
dance in the sam# hall tomorrow
i evening. Music by the same or
Recital 3Vell Like<f
The recital given by the expres
sion pupils of Miss Mahoney at
the Washington school auditorium
Monday night was attended by a
large crowd, who enjoyed the pro
gram throughout. The costumes
brought forth a great deal of ap
preciative comment on behalf of
the audience, as did the training
displayed by the pupils. The num
bers giveh by the piano pupils of
Miss Nan Brown also were ap
(By Helen Fussell)
The most important event in the
last week was the outcome of the
track meet. Winslow “come out"
on top. Murl Hohn was high-point
man. The three best W. H. S. men
went to Tucson last Tuesday to
compete in the state high school
track meet to be held today and
tomorrow as one of the features of
university week. Coach Porter left
Thursday to see that the gang ob
serve training. Hurrah for the
Meteor City and its winners, Murl
Hohn, Glenn Evans and Johnnie
The senior hop, in the form of a
barn dance, was a huge success.
Everyone enjoyed the informal,
“barney” atmosphere. The Levis
and aprons were quite in keeping
with the pig and cider. Now watch
the juniors “strut their stuff!”
Last Friday in the assembly pe
riod Professor Liljedahl was pre
sented with a beautiful May basket
filled with the ever-fragrant onion
and spinach. The basket was pre
sented in a very impressive man
ner by six of the senior boys, who
sang an old song in praise and
honpr of the professor. The pro
fessor was completely over
After the presentation ceremony
a few minutes was spent in fire
drill. The drill Was delayed ten or
fifteen minutes, waiting to see the
faculty come sailing down the new
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Golden Rule Values
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•. Not Abie Today—Bit Every Bay
Values that square with what is right—the kind of values you have a right to
demand—and such values are to be found here every day in the year. We do not
New Gingham and Percale
Will Solve Your Spring Sewing Problem
Os course! Gingham and Percale for the youngsters’ school clothing,
and also for your own Spring dresses. Dainty little patterns of these mater
ials make fine curtains for the kitchen and bathroom, too.
Just read these convincing values!
24-inch Gingham in assorted checks and plaids, 15c
26-inch Chambray in plain colors and stripes,
32-incli Dress Gingham, new colors and patterns, 19c
32-inch Amaskeag Gingham, splendid value, i9c
32-inch Extra Quality Amoskeag Gingham, per 25c ft
36-inch Gladio Percale —our own fine brand, per 15c
36-inch Pure Cambric finish Percale, 23c 29c
“Honor Muslin, of
course!” That’s what
thousands of women
thruout this country say,
when asked what they
wish in muslin. This is
our own brand, and it is
woven of splendid yarn
and then fully shrunk.
Our tremendous volume
of sales of this muslin in our
hundreds of stores permits
the splendid price. Take
advantage of it!
36 inch, Bleached Honor
Muslin, the yard,
36 inch, Unbleached
Honor Muslin, the yard.
fire escape. But, 0 cruel world, the
waiting was all in vain.
The seniors “ditched” Monday
and went on a most enjoyable pic
nic out in Clear Creek Canyon, near
the Hart pump station. Mr. and
Mrs. Liljedahl and Amy Lou and
Mrs. Brooks were chaperons. But
the water was too cold to go swim
Miss Bloodgood was absent the
first of this week on account of
Mothers Day Services at
the Methodist Church
The following program will be
given Sunday morning at the
Methodist church in observance of
Voluntary, “Traumerie .... Schuman
‘Miss Hortense Miller.
Hymn, “Holy, Holy, Holy.”
Anthem, “The Earth is the Lord’s”
Chas. F. Goodhall, Choir Director.
Old Testament Lesson read re
Presentation of New Testaments to
class of children.
Euphonium Solo, “Inflammatus,”
Bruce R. Jackson
Organ Acc., Mrs. J. Day.
Offertory, “Romance in F Sharp,”
Miss Hortense Miller
Hymn, “How Firm a Foundation.”
Sermon, “Uncrowned Queens,” by
Rev. Frank R. Speck.
Hymn, “He Leadeth Me.”
Benediction and Doxology.
Postlude, “March Romaine,”
Miss Hortense Miller
“The Talk of the Town”
Our Great Apron Values
These are Apron
Frocks like those which
# \ caused such a sensation
during our recent Apron
Frock Week! How the
women did admire the f
reW Fine Gingham ■' )
Made of Amoskeag and
well madel Several at
('%s'■ fsgjj tractive styles for the
fe wise housewife who com- 1$
pletes her supply with
I several of these Frocksl
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1055 PINE ST., S F N FRANCISCO |
To Whom It May
The committee of the W. B.
A. (Maccabees) which had
charge of the piano raffle
some time ago wishes to re
port that the money collected
for tickets sold was deposited
in the Rank of Winslow, which
lias since closed its doors, and
that as soon as funds can lie
collected to do so all moneys
collected on the raffle will he
One cameo hrooeli, lost in
one of the stores of Winslow
or on Second street. Very
valuable to owner, wedding
anniversary present. If found
ret uni to
AIRS. LETTY PATTERSON
First Natiohal Rank, Winslow
and receive REWARD.
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