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Personal and Local News * . Mrs. Behn Better Mrs. Carl Behn, who has been confined to her home for several days with an attack of flu, is re ported to be improving. W. B. A. Dance Enjoyed Stepping to the strains of torrid syncopation furnished by Art S.chaar’s “Foot Warmers’ ’at the Green Mill last Saturday night, a good crowd attended the Annual Ball of the W. B. A. ladies. The committee was composed of Mrs. Bill O’Hara, Mrs. Frank Howe and Mrs. Walter Olds. Santa Fe Official Here A. G. Wells, vice president in charge of transportation for the Santa Fe passed through Winslow last week. Mr. Wells is well known to old time railroad men here, hav ing started his climb up the lad der of success in this vicinity. He is one of the best liked officials in the organization. Moved to New Home Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulemas ter have moved into their new home at 309 Berry avenue, which was completely furnished by the Stan dard Furniture company of this city. Miss Lavaun Robinson Leaves Miss Lavaun Robinson left Wins low Saturday night for a few days visit in Phoenix. From there she will go to California to visit with her parents. Returns Home Mrs.,B. B. Crozier returned home this week from Kansas City, where she attended the funeral of her father. Et„ Rev. Walter Mitchell Here The Right Reverend Walter Mit chell, D. D., arrived in Winslow Wednesday afternoon. This is the first visit Rev. Mitchell has made to Winslow since being consecrated as Bishop of Arizona. He will read the sermon Sunday morning at the 11:00 o’clock services at the Episcopal church. An in vitation is extended to those wish ing to hear him talk. After leav ing Winslow Rev. Mitchell will go to Holbrook. Meeting Called Wednesday, February 24, at the Methodist church parlors there will be a meeting of the. Ladies’ Aid society. Every member is urged to be present. Miss Dye 111 Miss Anna Dye is confined to her home with the flu. SATURDAY SPECIALS Watch our windows for specials every Saturday. Cahn Mercantile Company, 100 East Second street. Do Not Give Up Hope! Even though other methods have failed to give you relief, re member that there is always a solution to every problem, away out of every difficulty. CHIROPRACTIC offers the solution of your problem, the means of escape from your difficulty. IT has come through the acid test of REAL MERIT with flying colors and has proven itself to be another long stride in the march of human PROGRESS. IT MATTERS NOT to us what your previous experience has been, nor what your present trouble may be. We are interested in RESULTS ALONE, for your personal problems will always remain essentially YOUR OWN. What you do or fail to do to" solve those problems is en tirely “up to you.” Perhaps someone has already told you that your problem cannot be solved, that nothing can help you. But perhaps they neglected to append that their knowledge does not cover the claims of other methods. The fact that Brights Disease Leakage of the Heart Infantile Paralysis Insanity Diabetes Locomotor Ataxia and many other so-called “incurable diseases” yield readily to CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS should merit your earnest consideration. IN JUSTICE TO YOURSELF come in and talk the matter of your health problems over with us. An analysis of your spine costs you nothing and places you under no obligation whatsoever. R. Vernon Price, D. C. The “Golden Rule Chiropractor” Old Elk’s Building Suite No. 6 Winslow, Arizona Phone 228 Leave for Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Feagan left Tuesday morning for Ponca City, Oklahoma, where they will visit with Mr. Feagan’s parents. They intend to return to Winslow in about three weeks. Entertains Ace High Club Miss Agnes Kelly entertained at her home on Tuesday evening, the Ace High Bridge Club. High score was held by Mrs. R. P. Hesser, while Miss Helen Fussell received consolation prize. The patriotic color scheme was carried out very effectively. Those who enjoyed the evening were, Mesdames R. P. Hes ser, Donald Pattison, Irene Hart, and the Misses Agnes Kelly, Billy Williams, Evelyn Stone, Mary Vern Coleman, Irene Kauer. Myrtle Kel ly, Helen Fussell, Babe Conner and Margaret Mcßride. Representative Here Frank K. Rising, Jr., traveling mhn of Los Angeles, was a business visitor here Tuesday. Leave For California Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peterson left Saturday for San Bernardino where Mr. Peterson will attend a meet ing of the Santa Fe Store Depart ment. They will also take in the Orange Show, and expect to visit in Los Angeles and Needles before returning to Winslow. Returned Home Monday M. E. Hebert returned home Mon day from Los Angeles, where he accompanied W. L. Morrison to the Santa Fe hospital. He reports Mr. Morrison much improved. Will Attend Meeting C. H. Vandegrift left Monday for San Bernardlino, where he will at tend the meeting of the Santa Fe Store department. Married According to announcements re ceived here, Robert C. McClintic of Winslow, married Mrs. Manilla A. McDaniel of Globe, in that city last Sunday, February 14th. Mr. and Mrs. McClintic will make their home here. Goes to Prescott Mrs. Harry Young left Sunday for Prescott, after visiting with her mother for the past two months. W. B. A. Initiate Eight New Members Last Friday night at their regu lar meeting, the W. B. A. ladies in itiated eight new members. After ward a pie social was held and the evening was closed with everyone joining in the Virginia Reel. A “Funny Sale” will be held at the next meeting, and a good time is being planned. Union Church Service There will be a Union Church Service at the Baptist church Sun day night under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. The program will consist largely of a Medal Contest in which five young people will par ticipate. There will be good music, and everybody is invited to attend Returns Home Mrs. Ray C. Rhodes and son, Leslie, returned home from Los Angeles this week, where they were visiting with relatives. On Duty Again Mrs. A. L. Hopson returned to her duties at the postoffice last Monday, after being home several days with the flu. Visit in St. John Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson and Mr. Joseph Ritchie spent the week end visiting in St. Johns. Here From Holbrook W. H. Belding of Holbrook, was a business visitor here Tuesday. To Visit in Long Beach Mrs. J. R. Anderson and daugh ter left Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. Anderson’s parents in Long Beach. Oil Sick List Glen Evans has been confined to his home for several days with an attack of grippe. Will Sing Sunday Night Come to the Baptist church Sun day night and hear Mrs. O’Hara’s solo. You will also enjoy Mrs. Walter Olds’ solo, "If We Had But a Day.” Here From Kansas Mrs. S. T. Long of Coffeeville, Kansas, is here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Bruce Matthie. Mrs. Long, who left her Kansas home for Winslow on receiving informa tion that Mrs. Matthie was ill with flu, arrived in time to congratulate her daughter upon recovery, and to minister to Mr. Matthie, who had fallen a victim to the flu epi demic. Christian Church Party At the Christian church last Saturday night, a Valentine party was given by its young people. All the young people of the Methodist church were invited. Games and refreshments helped to make an en joyable evening. Visiting Parents Miss Corinne Ward, who is at tending the Northern Arizona State Teachers College at Flagstaff, and Miss Laurel Bly, a student at Tern pe Normal school, visited their parents in Winslow last week. Dr. Hathaway Returns Dr. C. L. Hathaway returned last Friday on No. 21 from Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Dance Contest Attracts Many local dance enthusiasts were attracted to Arcadia Hall last Saturday night to witness the first preliminaries in Bob Kelly’s fox trot contest. Another preliminary will be held tomorrow night, and those chosen in these preliminaries will compete in the finals, which will be held February 22nd. Pre liminaries and finals are held promptly at 10:30. Music by So ciable Six Serenaders. THE WINSLOW MAIL Afternoon Honoring Mrs. Evans On last Thursday afternoon at I the home of Mrs. Albert Schmidler, ! one of the prettiest parties of the season was given in honor of Mrs. Edward Evans, nee Maria Drumm, by Mrs. Schmidler and Mrs. Har old Proctor. Tiny hearts and gar den flowers were used to decohrate the rooms. Bridge, hemming tea towels and cutting silhouettes of the bridge at various household duties, entertained the guests for the afternoon. Many lovely gifts were showered on Mrs. Evans. A delicious buffet luncheon was serv ed to the following: Mesdames Wm. O’Hara. Bruce Matthie, Harry Young, Neil Wilson, H. F. Savage, Geo. Sughrue, Wm. Wyrick, Lawr ence Searle, Le Roy Feagins, Don ald Pattison, Ed Janeway. D. L. Bundy, J. B. Drumm, Chas. Dancer, Elmer Jackson, Wm. Ford, Jack Kleindienst, Thomas Horan, and the Misses Myrtle Kelly, Agnes Kelly, Kathyrn Bauer, Loretta Bauer, Mar garet Mcßride, and Angnes Bock lett. Gone to Prescott R. L. Lilley, train dispatcher, has completed relief work at Winslow and is now working at Prescott. Visited in Holbrook Rev. Fr. J. O. Barrett, pastor of St. Joseph’s Catholic church of Winslow, was called to Holbrook Tuesday, due to the absence of Rev. Vincent Pons. From Holbrook Holbrook Rotarians who visited the local club Wednesday were, M. A. Caldelaria, D. E. McLauglin. and Arthur F. Switzer. In Holbrook Wednesday Attorney J. L. Sweeney spent Wednesday in Holbrook on a civil case heard in the superior court in which he represented clients. Large Evening For K. C’s. Hard work had its own reward Tuesday night when the Knights of Columbus were amply repaid for their hours of effort on the pre- Lenten dance by the largest crowd ever on hand for such an affair. Arcadia Hall was jammed with par ticipants in the festival and the syncopated harmony disseminated by the Sociable Six Serenaders made the finishing touch to a per fect evening. Babbitt Bros. Market Department Saturday and Monday Specials Flapjack Buckwheat Flour, per package 21c Flapjack Flour, per package 16c Albert Pearl Barley, per package 17c Large package Carnation Meal 29c Large package Carnation Wheat Flakes 31c Large package Carnation Premium Wheat Flakes 34c Large package Carnation Premium Oat Meal 34c 8 Pounds Silver Pine Lard $1.85 4 Pounds Silver Pine Lard 95c Riverside Eggs in Cartons, per dozen 38c Not over tour days old—strictly fresh. Hardware Prices Slashed on Radios We are cleaning out the line Look them over Buy the boy that bicycle he’s been wanting so long. Ours are priced right We have a good selection of ranges, both plain coal and combination 3-fuel ranges. Talk over the Spring painting job with us. We will be glad to show you how you can paint your house with the best paint obtainable at small cost. Yale night latches as low as SI.OO. Yale padlocks from 35c up. New stock of garden hose, all styles and prices, expected to arrive soon. Babbitt Brothers Trading Company Winslow’s Leading Department Store To Chicago Mrs. C. J McQuillan left Wed nesday for Chicago, Illinois, where she expects to spend the spring and summer months visiting her mother and will take an advanced course in English at one of the Chicago universities. To Road Mooting Sam Proctor, member of the State Board of Education of the Northern Arizona Teachers college, went to Flagstaff yesterday on mat ters connected with the institution. Up From Holbrook County Attorney Phil Sawyer was a visitor in town Wednesday from the county seat, returning there Thursday morning. Mr. Sawyer states the trial of criminal cases in the superior court there haye terminated, only civil cases now being on the docket. INVADERS LICK WINSLOW HI IN DOUBLE-HEADER Exhibiting a brand of basketball seldom found in High school circles the galloping warriors of Prescott High gave the local high school basketeers a set-back last Friday night on the home court, with the final score 34 to 23 in favor of Prescott. It was a sad evening for local hopes, as the Gallup girls had just finished trouncing the Winslow maidens to the score of 15 to 11. One thing did the trick in both cases, and the same thing will al ways and inevitably do that trick —the thing in question being team work. Winslow didn’t have it, the visitors did, and that’s that! The question of the relative merits of the “short passes and don’t shoot unless in position” game and the “Shoot from anywhere, anytime, and let’s be big stars” game was just setled again, and settled as usual. Chase, for Winslow, lucked a be autiful goal from the center of the court in the first quarter, and the mob spirit evidently prevailing, SATURDAY SPECIALS Watch our windows for specials every Saturday. Cahn Mercantile Company, 106 East Second street. every Winslow player thereafter sought to grab a little of the ap plause by the same method. Scott, just up from a sick-bed, produced two long ones, but while the home boys were trying for spectacular baskets the lads from the big pines were ringing up points with the monotonous regularity of an adding machine. Fouls were plentiful on each side, both Winslow and Prescott having a player banished for four “personals”. Scorse, Chase, Scott, Houck and Gallegos started for Winslow; Hathaway and Murphy were used as substitutes. Machello, Tovrea, LePage, Hicks and Shaw were the Prescott regul ars, with Corget taking Machelio’s place in the latter part of the contest. In the girls’ game, +he same Nemesis, OF Doc Teamwork, was on Winslow’s trail. The Gallup Amazons had the ball almost all the time, and when it fell into Winslow hands, competent guard ing made scores scarce. The highly touted Virginia Phil lips failed to produce anything amazing, although she had several shots at the basket. Naomi Breeden did the heavy scoring for Winslow, her two goals accounting for four of the total. A mid-week contest of more than usual interest is promised basket ball bugs on Wednesday, Febru ary 24th, when Round Valley un hitches here for a double-header. This school has always given Win slow a tough battle, and if advance reports are good for anything, two of the best games of the season will be played that night in Wash ington Auditorium. Tickets for the affray are on sale at the High School. Yavapai -Jail Cook Frustrates Break PRESCOTT—An attempted jail break made early Wednesday morn ing by Donald Foreman, Edward Maher and two other prisoners held in the Yavapai county jail, was frustrated through the vigilance of William O. Townsend, jail cook, who rushed to the aid of jailer W. F. Wynn after the quartet of pris oners had taken his blackjack from him and were trying to secure the jail keys. 3 Day Sale of Men’s Suits ' We are placing on sale for Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, one lot consist ing of 30 suits, sizes 34 to 42. Among them are Kuppenheimer and Styleplus suits that previously sold to $45.00. Special three days at $19.50 Ladies’ Spring Hats —the new styles in Felts and Straws $3.95 SHOES One lot of Ladies’ Low-heel Strap Pumps, patent leather and kid $2.95 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1926 CHAUTAUQUA IS SCHEDULED FOR WINSLOW SOON Following the visit of Maude M. Mason, Chautauqua representative to \\ inslow this week it is an nounced that Chautauqua will come to \Y inslow sometime during April, the required number of signatures as guarantors having been obtained. No announcement of the dates on v hich Chautauqua will be here or the program covering the five days period was made. Sometime ago guarantors met and decided that there would be no Chautauqua held here this year due to insufficient guarantors. o MOTHERS’ CLUB A joint committee from Mose ®rs’ Club and P.-T. A. Tuesday after noon planned a canrival to be held April 10 in the Washington audi • torium. A musical program under the direction of Mrs. Bill O’Hara will be a prominent event of the affair. A fish pond and a grab bag will furnish plenty of fun for the youngsters, an,d a candy booth pre sided over by a bevy of pretty school-ma’ams will no doubt at tract its share of attention as us ual. Refreshments will be in the form of a box social, each lady provid ing a box supper to be shared with a lucky male purchaser. The high school orchestra and the glee club will furnish muuitf for the evening. The Navajo County Council of the Parent-Teacher Association will hold a meeting in the Washington auditorium on Saturday afternoon. February 27. A program is being prepared by the president, Mrs. R. L. Moore, and all who are inter ested in P.-T. A. work are urged to attend. A number of visitors are expected from Holbrook, Snow flake, Taylor and other places in the county. Two meetings of the council have .been held in Holbrook while the last meeting of the year will be in Snowflake in April.