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FOR SALE —A. B. C. Electric
Washer; Writing Desk, Baby Bed.
102 E. Cherry. July3o
FOR SALE —Five-room furnished
house. Inquire 903 Winslow Ave.
FDR SALE—9xI2 rug, SIB.OO. Ap
ply 119 W Aspinwall St. July3o
FOR SALE —Royal typewriter,
late model. Absolutely in good
condition. Try it out and make an
offer. Inquire 609 Kinsley Ave. ts
FOR SALE —High laying strain
White Leghorn pullets. Address
Box V, Winslow. July 9-16-23-30
VOR SALE—Almost new, York
French horn and case; cost $125.00.
Will sell for $75 cash or SBS on
terms. Apply The Mail office.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—I6O acre
ranch at Hay Lake. Apply Geo.
Wrench, city, phone 364. ts.
FOR SALE 3-room furnished
house. Reasonable. Apply 310
West Second. July 23-30
FOR SALE Practically new
Sundstrand adding machine and
cash register; cost $185.00 new;
will sell cheap for cash; apply
Mail office. . J2tf
FOR SALE, or will trade for
Winslow property, 160-acre ranch
12 miles east of Flagstaff. 100
acres can be cultivated, balance
timber. 45 acres now in cultiva
tion. 80 acres under fence. $700.00
worth of improvements. See Olds
FOR SALE —4-room house and
furniture. Two screen porches.
Furnishings include electric sewing
machine, washer, vacuum cleaner
and other features. Small cash
payment will handle. 612 Apache.
FOR SALE—Fumed Oak Dining
Room Table. In good condition.
Price reasonable. Call at 602 W.
3rd or phone 44. July3o
: SOCIAL EVENTS J
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FORMER RESIDENT STILL IN
TERESTED IN WINSLOW FOLK.
H. E. Young, for a number of
years a resident of Winslow, who
has been located at San Bernardi
no for the past fifteen months, is
evidently as interested in the old
home town as though he were still
a resident and from what may be
gleaned from a recent letter re
ceived from him by local friends,
he has made visits to those who
are undergoing treatment in the
Santa Fe hospital in Los Angeles.
In reporting the condition of i
each Winslow patient when visited ,
by Mr. Young, he says:
“Starting with the ladies we find
Mrs. Alice Matthie, Mrs. L . M.
Shipley and Mrs. R. C. Kline all
getting along nicely. Mrs. Matthie
is in a wheel chair and cheerful.
Mrs. Shipley is still confined to
her becJi hut is improving. Although
I did not see Mrs. Kline, the nurse
told me she was doing well. Ray
Daugherty is riding around, spread
ing good cheer among the patients,
from his wheel chair, and he is an
expert wheel chair operator figur
ing his experience. A. L. Flaharty
Is pretty sick, but improving, and
Joe Kleindienst says if he can find
his clothes he will get up and
around in spite of his various in
juries, which include a broken col
DINNER PARTY FOR
Mrs. Donald Pattison entertain
ed at an informed dinner party on
her birthday Tuesday evening.
Places were laid for the follow
ing friends: Miss Helen Richard
son, of Flagstaff, Miss Myrtle
Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
WIN HIGH SCORE PRIZES
AT CLUB MEETING.
Donald Patterson and Mrs. G. F.
Matthie were winners of the Wed
nesday Supper Club high score
prizes Wednesday evening, when
the club met at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. G. F. Matthie. Those in
the evening’s game were Mr. and
Mrs. Don Patterson, Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. James, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Matthie, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wil
liams, Miss Irene McCauley and
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Matthie!
MRS. HESSELL HOSTESS TO
LADIES’ AID SOCIETY.
Mrs. William Hessell was hostess
to one of the largest meetings ever
held by Circle Number Two of the
Methodist Ladies’ Aid Society.
Thirty members and guests were
present. Hostess this week will be
Mrs. James Green, of 518 William
PICNIC HONORING VISITORS.
An enjoyable picnic and swim
ming party one day last week was
the one given by Mrs. W. A. Parr
honoring her house guests, Mrs.
Charlotte Herrick and the Misses
Mildred Herrick, and Eva Reihle.
Those attending were Mr. and Mrs.
V. C. Proctor and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Riley Walcott and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Folsom and fam
Bathing suits at a reduction of
25 per cent. Scorse Fashion
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Copy: Must be in Mail office not
later than noon Thursday to in-
I sure publication the same week.
FOR RENT—Elegantly furnished
rooms, large closets and built-in
lavatory. Wash rooms. Rooms
13x22 for rent SIB.OO. Men only.
Call and see them at Coble’s Court,
615 Kinsley Avenue.
FOR RENT Aspinwall apart
ments, two rooms furnished. Phone
135. Apply 209 West Aspinwall.
CASH PAID for Dental Gold, False
Teeth, Discarded Jewelry, Diam
onds, Platinum. Mail to Florida
Gold Refining Co., 21 Adams, Jack
WANTED Hired man to work
on ranch, address Box V, Wins
low. July 9-16-23-30
taken in part payment for new, up
to-date Furniture and Mattresses
and liberal terms on balance; call
us over Phone No. 3; visit our
store at 104 W. First Street and
look over our splendid stock of
Furniture, Mattresses and Special
Arizona Furniture & Mercantile Co.
WANTED—Your Furniture to re
pair, re-finish and make good.
Phone No. 3 and we will call.
Arizona Furniture & Mercantile Co.
LOST and FOUND
LOST —A bunch of keys between
here and Fairview on A. T. and S.
F. main line right of way. Finder
return to R. S. Pawley, Winslow.
A small ad in this column will
find you a buyer, a tenant, or some
one who can use what you have to
sell. Want ads cost little but they
do the work!
MRS. SUMPTER HONOR GUEST
AT BRIDGE PARTY.
Mrs. Ethel Blackwell and Mrs.
Marie Williams were hostesses at
a pleasant little informal affair
given one evening last week, hon
oring Mrs. Gilworth E. Sumpter, of
Jerome, who is visiting here the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Smith. Three tables of bridge
were played and dainty score
gifts presented to Mrs. William
McDermott for high score, Miss
Jonnie Hancock for second high
and Mrs. Sumpter the guest prize.
Those enjoying the affair were
Mesdames Alton Smith, E. H. Black
H. B. Hobson, Hazel Hitchcock.
Vera Foulkes, Harry Kennis, Wil
liam McDermott, Guy Recordan.
and the Misses Betty Fladung, Jon
nie Hancock, Dorothy Doughman,
Esther Vitz and Meriam Wade, and
the guest of honor, Mrs. Sumpter,
and the hostesses Mrs. Blackwell
and Mrs. Williams.
FAREWELL DINNER PARTY
FOR L. A. BOY.
Mrs. J. B. Druram was hostess
Thursday evening at a farewell
dinner party in honor of Bertram
Spellmire’s departure for his home
in Los Angeles, Friday, on Number
7. after two weeks of real pleasure
in his old home town. “Bat” says,
“Gee. I had a good time.”
While here he was the guest of
his uncle, Ed. Wolff.
HONORED AT PARTY.
Mrs. J. R. Janeway and Mrs. T
C. Kiernan were hostesses to a few
of their friends at an informal card
party given one day this week, in
honor of Mrs. Normand Du Pont,
former resident of Winslow, who
now makes her home in El Centro.
California. Four tables of bridge
was the chief diversion at the af
fair. following which high score
prize was awarded Mrs. Ben Evans.
The honor guest was presented
with a dainty prize by the hostess
Thos« atending were Mesdames
C. A. Hansen. R. W. Bishoff. Ben
Evans. C. J. Brooks, Bob Walton.
Charles Shew. Frank Goldsworthy,
Mary Hungerford. R. C. Kaufman.
Rose Dye. Joe Fischer. Bernard
Mullen, Ed Matthews and the guest
of honor, Mrs. Du Pont.
Mrs. Arthur McKenzie entertain
ed at her home at 820 Kinsley ave
nue Saturday evening in honor of
her daughter, Miss Leah’s twelfth
birthday. Games were played and
dainty refreshments served. The
little guests were the Misses Mar
jorie Dunhafti, Vivian Camp, Naomi
Marty, Isabel Recordan, Louise
Sw'eeney, Louise Parrish, Lida Si
mons, Dorothy and Inez MoKellin.
Marie Carter, Marjorie O’Brien,
Virginia Franklin. Ethalene Byers
and her house guest, Dolores Mc-
Daniel, of Needles, and honoree.
AIR. AND MRS. JAMES HOSTS
TO SUPPER CLUB.
Members of the Supper Club
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.
W. James last week. High score
prizes were awarded to Mrs. Chas.
Dancer and H. B. Matthie.
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. Stub Williams. Mr. and Mrs.
Glyde Matthie. Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Matthie. Mrs. Charles Dancer. Vern
Driver. E. I. Hov, Harold White,
and the host and hostes, Mr. and
BRIDGE PARTY HONORS
A delightful affair of the week
was the informal five-table bridge
party given Monday evening in
honor of Mrs. Normand Du Pont of
El Centro, California, by Mrs. Rob
ert Evans. Appropriate prizes
were awarded Mrs. Sam Folsom for
high score, while Mrs. Du Pont
was presented with a pretty guest
Those enjoying the affair were
Mesdames C. J. Brooks, J. R. Jane
way, T. E. Kiernan, Mary Hunger
ford, Joe Fischer, Bernard Mullen.
Ed Matthews, C. T. Shew, Frank
Goldsworthy, C. A. Hansen, R. W.
Bishoff, V. C. Proctor, Riley Wal
cott, T. O. Ingledew, Sam Folsom,
Ralph Woods, R. C. Kaufman, Rose
Dye and the guest of honor, Mrs.
Mrs. G. F. Matthie was hostess to
the Thursday Bridge Club this
week at her home on 222 West Ma
ple. The guest list, comprised of
eleven, were: Mesdames R. B.
Walton. R. B. Lancaster, Bert
Saunders, Ralph Wood, Sam Fol
■ som, Riley Walcott, H. B. Matthie,
L. W. James. L. H. Ball, C. Soren
| son and V. C. Proctor.
HARRIED AT LOCAL
| Two weddings last week, the
participants being of another state,
other than Arizona, and who were
tourists at the time, were perform
ed by Rev. William Hessel, of the
local Methodist church. J. Paul
Welch, of Long Beach. California,
and Christine McDougall, also o?
Long Beach, were married here last
week, while Samuel Summers, of
Los Angeles, and Esther Johnson,
of Buffalo, New York, became man
and wife on the 23rd. Both cere
monies were performed at the par
CIRCLE NO. 2
METHODIST LADIES’ AID.
Circle No. 2 of the Methodist La
dies’ Aid, met at the home of Mrs.
J. A. Greene. Wednesday afternoon.
About twenty members were in at
tendance and the afternoon was
spent in working on a block quilt
being made by the Aid. Light re
freshments were served by the
MESDAMES CHASE AND
DRUMM HOSTESSES TO
Hostesses to the Progressive
Club Tuesday evening at the Par
ish Hall, were Mesdames J. G.
Drumm and W. C. Chase. Six ta
bles of bridge were played with
Mrs. Bernard Mullen winning first
and Mrs. C. Sorenson second prize.
The ice cream social given by
the Catholic ladies last Wednesday
evening was a financial and social
success in spite of the other social
events the same evening, and both
those in charge and those who at
tended were quite pleased over the
successful outcome of the affair.
Hostesses to *the Club will be
Mrs. Joseph Donohue and Mrs. E.
W. Ames, at the Parish Hall next
INTERESTED IN ARIZONA.
Mrs. W. A. Parr had as charm
ing guests from Friday until Mon
day, her aunt Mrs. Charlotte Her
rick, of Sacramento, California,
Miss Mildred Herrick, her daughter
and Miss Eva Reihle, college chum
of Miss Herrick. Mrs. Herrick has
been visiting in the east following
her trip to Chicago in the spring,
to witness the graduation of the
two young ladies from the Univer
sity of Chicago. The party left
here for the Grand Canyon where
following a few days’ stay they will
continue on to Southern California
coast cities where a visit will be
made before they reach the Herrick
home in Sacramento. Miss Reihle
is a Chicago girl.
FOR LOCAL BOYS
Following their intended pro
gram of extending companionship
and enjoyment to the boys of Wins
low, the Boy’s Work Committee of
the local Rotary Club will take all
Winslow boy s of ten years or over
who desire to go. on an overnight
hike to Clear Creek next Thursday
night. Eight Rotarians have al
ready signified their willingness to
furnish transportation and to spend
the night with the boys.
The weather permitting, the
committee and the boys will leave
from Sam W. Proctors’ office on
Kinsley avenue shortly after 5:00
P. M. Thursday, and will return
early Friday morning. In case of
inclement weather the expedition
will be postponed for a short time.
The committee extends a cordial
invitation to all boys to attend, but
the names of those who wish to go
should be in the hands of the com
mittee not later than noon Wednes
day. so that a sufficient number of
cars may be enlisted to carry all
who wish to go. Four Eagle Scouts
will assist Rev. Wm. R. Hessel,
chairman of the Rotary Committee,
and prospective hikers may give
their names to these assistants.
They are Max Hathaway, Fred Gil
lard, Parr Lancaster and George
Jackson. Names may also be left
with Homer Vaughan at the Wins
low Furniture company.
Each hoy should take along bed
ding and sufficient food for sup
per Thursday night and breakfast
The committee is made up of W.
R. Hessell. Elmer Black and J. A.
Greaves. They promise a good
time for all boys who enjoy camp
ing out and cooking.
Extreme reductions on season
able silk dresses. Scorse Fashion
THE WINSLOW MAIL
PAYNE AND WEST
TO ROADS BY RAIN
Accompanied by C. G. Payne,
chairman of the Board of Super
visors of Navajo county, G. T. West,
county engineer, was here Wednes
day to look over damage done by
recent rains to the Sunset Pass
road, and to plan the widening of
the road from the highway east of
Winslow to Clear Creek. Unpre
cedented heavy rains in the south
section did considerable damage to
the road that goes to Blue Ridge
and Long Valley, and the hazard
of the extremely narrow Clear
Creek road has been a problem for
A highway work crew is here
now to start operations, and in a
short time the improvements will
be under way.
Both Mr. Payne and Mr. West
report roads throughout the coun
ty to be in the best condition for
some years, except in a few places
where the rains have caused dam
age. The heavy precipitation in
Winslow this week has been gen
eral over almost the whole county,
with the exception of Holbrook.
Snowflake, Taylor, Lakeside and
other places in that section were
visited by plentiful rainfall Mon
day, and the rain of Tuesday cov
ered many miles directly south of
This rain, the heaviest that has
fallen in the Sunset Pass section
in some time, means money to the
stockmen whose herds range that
region, according to Mr. Payne,
since it means better grass and
plenty of water.
Mr. West reports that a work
crew is at present occupied in
grading and surfacing the road be
tween Pinetop and Snowflake, and
that Navajo county is well on the
way to gaining the reputation of
having road’s as good as those of
any county in the state.
WILL COMPLETE CONCHO
ST. JOHNS HIGHWAY SOON
W. R. Hutchins, division engineer
in Northern Arizona for the State
Highway Department, stated last
week that a survey of the St.
Johns-Concho road is being made,
and that completion of the road
will be attained soon.
Nine miles of the road have been
completed, leaving only six miles
necessary to complete the work.
Geo. W. P. Hunt
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
Will Speak in
Sat., July 31st -i'.m.
City Hall M
‘THE ISSUE IS NOT HOW LONG ONE HAS SERVED,
BUT HOW WELL” - ’J|
“Stand By The Man
Who Stood By Arizona”
Governor Hunt Possesses the Three Essentials (or Governor at This Critical Period.
. . He Cannot Be Bought ... He Cannot Be Bluffed ... He Cannot Be Bullied
HIS ADMINISTRATIONS HAVE BEEN ECONOMICAL, EFFICIENT AND BUSI-
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