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Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - November 28, 1911, Hayward, California HAYWARD REVIEW TWENTIETH YEAR WINS uv ALAMEDA CAL. NOVEMBER 28, 1911-SIX PAGES What looked to lie a sure for of the High School turned out In favor i making thorn the liions of the County Ath the momen the sounded unti the finish both teams fought hare ami It was only in the second Centerville Captain of the hero of the name and not only made a try for the locals hut u ma five all that the locals made in these being made in the first half the Centerville end of it was ing during the first The ward forwards put up a remarkable game and had the beat of their op- durins the whole In ihe serum is where Hayward showed up the Centerville boys not having u look in. Cooper did extra good playing in the Had it not been tor Giant and Locomotive of the lied and Whites would have been but each of these men scored a try but failed to kick the lo nil received n bad teams lined one of the scrums but was not The Zimmerman was superb and more than they stopped the Centerville V. M. I. TEAM VICTORIOUS team from getting a try in a critical the little was there ami did playing for the and Captain or was prominent .in the open plays and the big ville put up a rough It was a streak of hard luck with the score in the locals favor 5- 0 In the first half to be at the last of the but were beaten fairly and by a better but that Centerville had easy victory is a crazy delusion as they never went up against a faster bunch of players this Captain Long has worked hard all season trying to turn out a champion Jn the opening game of the at Saturday the speedy basketball representing the Young Men's tute of met and ed the National Team from Co. the first time the cals ever played together they did remarkable although they were a little more prac the soldier boys will have no trouble in beating the V. M. team n a return of played the best game and was right after his man all the of the also did work at the local was the star of vhile 8111.1 and Madsen for several good ng to various other attractions in own the crowd at the game was During the game 2s points u hile Co. H scored 11. of acted as and decisions were very Corporal Jl. ree of Co. 11 kept score while vate looked after the for Co. and Jos Concannon Y. 11. I. Following is the way the Harry Grindell Is Surprised Boosters Coming to Hayward Friday nm I December CLUM HUM About forty-five friends of Harry j At the regular meeting of Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. I Chamber of Commerce on tendered him a surprise par ty Saturday evening In the in honor of the young man's twenty-first and had been ning the party for several weeks it was a complete surprise to who was asked to attend a dance .it the Hall and when he was greeted by all his young both from Hayward and ing Dancing was indulge I n part ot the evening and various games Harder winning a beautiful and Miss Helen Jacobsen captured the a bell Fine ly John orchestra was a feature of the evening's At eleven o'clock all to the banquet which was decorated with greens the color scheme being red and A fine supper was then day evening of this week auto loads of boosters will be here from Washington Township to for the extension of the Oakland boulevard to Washington township Is a unit lot the proposed road and so is land and Jose ter of course ward is also for it. A lame attendance ot the of the Chamber of Commerce di sired to greet our Irom Mission Han Lou and Pt Silva Position Center Forward Guard Guard Substitute V. M t Concannon j Moy Kelly ii of of spent the week with Hayward served by assisted by Albert Fischer and Miss of The menu ed heaps of good things and after supper dancing was again resumed The young present had the time of their and all for home at a late Those present Misses Lillian Alice Helen Olga a Myrtle Leont Tilly I 11. Ivy Gertrude G Jose a former ni of but now if died List w at the home his r. Mrs. K. L. n lie was a pioneer of his When 17 he went to and for At 29 of be settled in Salinas and learn d the ly In- movi il to being the fust Poi in this and tirst in nine moving with hih family to At time of bis be was 71 months and d Was the beloved band of Isabella a d I voted Mrs L. of A December be- a business meeting for P. A reception to Annie Little president of the will to which guests are program will be arranged by Mrs. It. Camilla King will der selections on the Miss Inez and Miss II T. Kice The refreshment com- will consist of Mrs. No. 95 IX HOSPITAL Albert of Co. H. Sth who wan recently in- jured very badly when a large ran over ii now at County Hospital where Clark Is attending Although sustained a broken nrm and a hip he is rapidly recovering and expects to leave the hospital a few His bicycle was tely demolished when the ing auto driver hit No trace has been found of the speed maniacs 1.. P. Mrs. J. Kdith Gamble Sybil Members of the Incentive Hoard will form the re- ception meeting un of MIX The new real estate nrm m don have sold acres or the lands through the general K. to Joseph de of ie bind is some of the best on the tract and faces the Alt. Eden road from liros is coming to to and win improve the This a. fine for tile new firm amounts lo over 0011. who ran that the nto but It Is believed went to Stockton that SALE CONSUMMATED The sale of 105 acres of land be- to the Carter and lying Irvington and San Jose to H. of Driscoll was made re- The sale is of unusual owing to the Driscoll are men with wide and successful experience as The i act that they have in preference to state speaks umes for the value of land in our Mr. Driscoll expects a tle later to make his in this section as lie has cd of its splendid for future development team and has met with fair success Gertrude Genevieve as he had to work under hard con- Mlss Miss I AMino l first in not having any ex- material and second by not having a large crowd to pick Aldine Airs Van Uert Lawrence But somebody has to lose and every Frank Willie .is held Thursday from All in nt was in St. Joseph's m- it Over fifty couples were present .It the basket social and dance the Fraternal Friday A of th evening nns an -i this other parts of the WITH baskets ol Hans W. H. W. M. Harry team cannot be finished in second place in the Alameda County Athletic League and the players will now devote their time to basketball and will make a Frank Jr. In a Thanksgiving service on Thur. Carl morning at the Harry Chester Madsen Do You Know? we arc operating a Mill and Warehouse OX hard fight for the basketball As it takes far fewer men j to play basketball the locals Sla have a better chance to develop a I fast team this season and everything points favorably to a winning The public should encourage the boys by out stronger sale of lots on opening dav The H. general agent for the Meek reports a good the mi the j ward Fish SOUTHERN PACIFIC I I laker The old Stone A. s Dillon with n man in charge Him sco Jones orders j King Call in nml i uill pay I CO. IV ATKINS ST. anil s. f. Position Full Center 74 Wing Half Wing Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Wing Forward j on the new subdivision of the Meek Home facing on A and Among the K. who purchased two lots of i and P. the who secured a on Soto Mr. Hill ha a bungalow erected WHIST SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Telephone 103. prizes will I For rent at very low rates at BANK OF HAY A sale and ls lent place lo keep your valuable at Hull The next regular whist ay usual 1., Til copal Church at pastor of the 1. K. will charge of the and the sermon will i.e preached by C. of tKe Presbyterian The other ors will in the The Methodist under direction of Mrs. W. M. have pared some fine music for the The which will b. at the service is to be ed to the Tred is invited to n as thirty the sale and was Ir line basket brought three was furnished the The dec- orations were green and J. IS. superintendent brotherhood j the State Ims been con- as a result of a bad fall that he on that While he was in the hay loft of the barn he made a and fell to the floor While there are no bones broken Mr. will be laid up for some I Come In and t i- The 1'ieiDAv ill t into the hills next the ng nt .in Signaling will a Kaeh Scout must I; his taking for this purpose a quarter pound meat and will .i Seoul 1 oa .it 4 4 4. A No. One Rubber Tire J A No. One Steel Tire A No. One Spring J A No. One Set of Single The Best Gas Engine In the Market The Famous Moline Plow Co. Goods Jl If there is anything in the line of Hardware WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY fr T General Harness Supplies i Bay Counties Hardware and A NEW ERA IN PREMIUM GIVING of for n ll in Uw all ami hie Us nml of good Wo will or than our and we make jtm a in onr in on your of al our ami wo will ion W. HOLMES HIGH CLASS GROCERIES and DELICACIES Home Made Pies and Cakes B and Main Tel. Hayward 154 SWEATERS And all kinds of Knit Goods Ranging from 2O Cents and Up Wednesday November 29th See the Window Display Toft Inc. B and Castro Hayward The Store With the Window Specials i Implement Co. California J Don't Fail to See the Triangle 5-Ply Collar Demonstrator In our windows this It shows the construction and advantages in the Stout Stay and Slanting Button If there is anything you cannot understand we will be pleased to Silver Co. Phone HAYWARD 98 904 B near Cal.
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