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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - April 23, 1920, Winslow, Arizona                                winslow is the metropolis of northern arizona The Winslow CLEAN LOCAL for the home volume 80WINSLOW, NAVAJO APRIL 23, 1920number 9 - - i I. - - I ' POPULAR COUPLE WED. Mr. L. B. Britt and Miss Cleo Morgan were united in marriage at the M. new york prima donna coming Miss Josephine New York prima will be in Winslow the closing night of the Friday April 30th. Single Parsonage Sunday Rev. be for this one number M. Andrews officiating if you buy season tickets from the j Mr Britt is director of playgrounds committee you can attend this for the city coming here PERSONAL night feature number and also the other nine programs for a season One of the outstanding musical features of Chautauqua will be the appearance of Josephine prima from Missouri last fall and in his short stay in our city have made a host of Miss Morgan is also a high school having charge the Arts to COMMISSION FORM CHAUTAUQUA BEGINS OF APRIL 26th. this j from Los Professor j Have you bought your season ticket i Within the past twQ decades the It begins Mrs. E. F. Matthews is spending a attention has been given April 26th" and lasts five days this week with friends city commission form of Friday Tne adult to replace the old Mr. and Mrs. Walter McLaws of cil Tne advocates of this radical Holbrook were here Wednesday j reform contend that by enhancing ing friends j efficiency in municipal Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bazell motored | such procedure will serve Snowflake Tuesday on a short to promote the of the and is one of our business trip donna soprano of New in con- j beautiful and accomplished girls and cert the closing She is accredited by Critics and musicians as one of the most promising young singers of the Her on Western Chautauqua prosperous this summer will be a notable musical event and is rated as an White by Eastern In 1919. Miss Martino sang before Enrico and Alex probably the three best figures in New York musical Ever since that time Caruso has taken an unusual interest in Miss Martino and has coached the operatic numbers she will use during the coming During the past season the her charming manner has mage friends with all who know The many friends of this popular couple wish them a happy and Hubbard and Miss spent Tuesday in Holbrook visiting ' i in the ' better Miss Beatrice Welch and Mr. Pauley were united in marriage at Holbrook last Miss Welch is one of Winslow's most charming and popular young ladies and has a great number of while Mr. Pauley is a well known and popular business man of young New York prima donna The happy young couple been singing for the Edison Company and in the near future her records will The Edison managers are most enthusiastic over her ( She a very unusual | unusual because of its intrinsic sweetness and unusual because of its exceptional range and She displays remarkable evidencing a thorough musical education and fine artistic She sings at all times with delightful ease and absolute Miss singing has attracted attention from no less personage than President Wilson who heard this gifted young sing last year and complimented her will make their home in Their many friends here wish them a prosperous and a happy married life way of decreased taxation or municipal The city commission form of government is being tried in over two hundred cities I the United States enjoying a Julian Harbin spent a few days j between eight thousand and one this week in Holbrook looking thousand inhabitants and the his extensive oil so have been very The Honorable J. E. Judge factory not only in the conservation of the Superior was in of revenue but also in the promotion slow a few days this J of civic pride and The com- Dean in to serve either whole or part Virgil Keith returned home thin tinie and are accountable to their week from a business trip to Los In some instances it urphy is visiting missioners are elected by the people home of Mr. and Mrs j upon a salary basis they are re- son tickets will sell for each for the ten programs or an average of 30 cents per program of the war tax of 30 The single admission will cost you more than twice the amount so even if you to a part of the programs it would pay you to get a season Remember also that all money from season tickets goes to the local comittee while only 25 per cent of the single admissions goes to the local Buy that season ticket The ten programs will be held under a big Chautauqua who at the close of the Civil War settled in that part of Missouri from Of his marriage there were five children born bless them and together with the husband survive and mourn the beloved The children are Russell Vandivort of Mrs. W. H. Clinkenbeard of Mrs. Chester V. Smith of Mrs. Mabel of Mrs. Jennie Seyle of Los Mr. and Mrs. Vandivort in 1905 left Davis and finally located in which place is still their All had been done within human power for Mrs. Vandivort but to no and after much suffering her poor tired life passed out into the Great Beyond to reap the reward of tent which is here and all ready lovine wife and a kind de- voted While it was her lot dr. a. h. schermann and pearl regina muncy wed Dr. A Shermann and Miss Pearl Regina Muncy were married Wednesday evening at the residence of the bride's parents in West Aspiri Rev. Father Vabre officiated at the Only few intimate friends and the relatives of the contracting parties were in Russell J. Muncy of brother of the attended the wedding acted as best man for the Miss May Morrison of Los Angeles normal The rural schools of the have suffered greatly during the past two years because of teachers shortage and low The rural school of today presents a unique In many places it is closed for want of in other places Mr. Jesse E. Bloyd of Call and Miss Foster of Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Quebedeaux re turned Saturday from a days de visit in Los Angeles Mrs. E. N. Wanders has issued - supervision of the the receipts to a large group of friends for a party Friday has been found feasible to have the commissioners appoint a general business manager for a given salary to serve all the time and to place all the departments under the Mrs. Elmer H French left this week teachers are poorly prepared for the j i slow were united in marriage at Flag j staff last Reverend Moore The Northern Arizona School is keenly alert to the demands l 41. - a Miss Foster is the daughter of Mrs. of isolated communities with one A Clara Foster of this city and is one of two room It has our most popular and charming for the summer a special just completed her course a of Rural School j ja in a San Diego while Special instruction and is a successful business man special highly of ed types of teachers are necessary in- After a tour of the southern part of the rural The manual the happy couple will make and expenditures of revenue being published and the vouchers being audited from time to time as may be for a few days visit with friends expedient to subserve the best San Bernardino and Los Angeles of tne I O. O. F. and will attend j The commission form of service at the Methodist church applied to cities is only one phase day night at 8 All social that Ladies Aid Society will hold an a financial success from a apron and bakery sale Saturday business point of and no doubt at the Winslow Cash will be only a matter of time when Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith left on legislatures wil also be replaced Tuesday for California where they are by of experts who will be called by the death of Mr Smith's not only to draft understandable father but statutory enactments O. Gray Chief Clerk to Supt. by judicious learning and thie returned this week from Diego where he has been visiting his We are living in an age of and political The Secretary of Co-operative store returned this week Past are being steadily revamped and from San Francisco from a two weeks molded to harmoniously meet the delightful modern exigencies of the present in Mrs. James is in Tucson this order tnat the may their week a conference of the Poetical privileges and prerogatives Domestic Science and Domestic Art to fullest The early of the state ders of this American republic be- Porter Ewing of the Central Drug they had the Company was confined to his home a for economic ills when they pro few days this week with a slight at- the Declaration of of the flu and concomitant Supervisor R C. Creswell and of a Republican Morrow are in Hot form of These attending the tary evidences of evolution have Good Roads their Purpose and still remain the Engineer Sam Proctor has foundation upon which a more their future home in Their many friends here wish them a happy and prosperous married ing the domestic science the agricultural interests of the community should be carefully provided The children in the school need better larger opportunities and better qualified T r Lloyd B- 23, and Louise - j 17> both of got Katherine M. Cook has been j a license from county clerk engaged to give courses in Rural Tom Reese on and were School Rural School married by justiCe of Peace R. J and in special methods Sun. ing second term of the summer session of the Mrs. Cook is well qualified to give this special -I w. George P. County having received her m T t. was m Snowflake Degree from Columbia University and Tuesday on professional serving the greater part of her Z 1 T. M. Quebedeaux left Sunday for a as Rural Education - - days business trip to she was secured by the it. j. x I Thurl Keith returned home this United Bureau of Education as week from an extended business trip a specialist in rural education and also assisted in making surveys in a number of the western states more recently in j Kansas City and St. in this put The location of the tent will be on the Grammar school You have an opportunity to hear the best lectures and entertainment for the small sum of 30 cents per Get your ticket without urther They are for sale at either of the drug or from the various members of the local High school students secure season tickets for plus a war 15 cents and grade pupils can secure season tickets for plus a war tax of 10 mrs. l. a. vandivort Mrs. L. A. mother of Mrs. V. died Thursday morning at the home of her death was caused from a complication of diseases brought on by Mrs. Vandivort was 71 years ago at 111., and while a small girl moved with her Mr. and B. H. Caffey to Davis where she grew into respected by all who knew was joined in wedlock to W. B. Second street to pass away among I can truthfully say I have never met a kindlier people than those in a people who appeared to vie with each other in deeds of especially would I mention Dr. Sampson who aside from his professional visits often called in to and see if he could do anything to alleviate her also Mr. Fred Brown manager of The Central Drug Company who never appear to tire in sending her some little delicacy he thought would please I do not suppose that any one but those who have passed this trying ordeal can realize how sad and lonely our hearts are when we go out and look at the little mound of earth forever hides from our view that kind face and All the children were at the bedside when she % passed away with the exception of Mrs. W. B. LOST or Pioneer rubber double brace rubber adjustable handle In 1869 Finder please notify 504 W. street ed from the Santa Fe and has CALL FOR BIDS FOR FURNISHING ADDITION ' TO WASHINGTON SCHOOL Public notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by Trustees of Winslow District No. 1 of Navajo State of Art on the 3rd day of 1920, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. at the office of said Board of Trustees in the School Building Win slow for the erection and construction of an addition to the Washington School Building at by School District No. One of Navajo and for furnishing and the in accordance cal superstructure must be built in ed a position with the Pacific to subserve the political League as an of the Mr. and Mrs. Emory and son of It is a law of nature that there is are visiting at the hone a gradual evolvement from the simple j plans and which f Mrs. Arthur to the complex whether it be in heretofore been adopted by said vegetable or animal Board of and at said time The Concert Company and man is no exception to the and place a meeting of said Board of of Los Angeles will give one of their What is true of nature is absolutely j Trustees be at which meet delightful Reading Room concerts true to the human History said Board Df Trustees will open here Saturday evening April 24th. nothing but a chronology of wars tween foreign nations contending ove D. B. Jack and Mrs. Pauline territorial aggrandizement or feudal j tion and construction of said addition son were married last Sunday in internecine between to School Building and for The many friends situated autocracy on the one j and equipping the 01 this couple wish them a hand and vassalage on the other the lowest and best responsible happy and prosperous and while Provided that said Board of all sealed proposals received by it and award the contract for the 1 tine's office dressed in blue Mr. and Mrs. Alfred who were recently married in Los Beginning July 20th a rural are visiting at the home of conference conducted by their Mr. and Mrs. Joe will be held at the normal The county superintendents of the Supt c c Grover is spending the trustees and all teachers interested in in Tucson attending a school rural school work are invited to convention The Santa Fe Clerks are the first in Winslow to form an Overall The program given by the Winslow effective the 24th. We will see all high school band and orchestra the Beau Brummels of Supt. Friday was exceptionally well A fine audience - of students and towns people participated in the enjoyment FOR the high class music Charles A. house with lawn and shade deserves great trees and chicken Also new 490 credit for masterly manner Chervolet car Inquire 215 E which he guides the men and boys and girls of the Winslow high school are to be particularly commended for the professional manner in which they rendered their Sun. Peter Sobieski returned to Winslow must perforce acknowledge the great from a five months absence in debt we owe our American forefathers Mr. Sobieski has been in the jn divining a remedy for their practically all this time and cai we must not lose sight of is now on crutches with a leg thes fact that on account of the greater due to a building falling upon complexity of problems are being wife and child while traversing continually presenting for the streets of The wife and the precedents for which we look in child still in the hospital suffering vain in the venerated documents of from numerous broken bones and Mrs. E. Walcott and Mrs. Riley Wal cott entertained in the In the early colonial days the Trustees hereby reserves the right to reject any and all bids All bids or proposals for the erection and construction of addition to Washington School Building and furnishing and equipping the same must be accompanied by an unconditional certified check drawn on a National or State bank in the sum of one fifth of said payable to the Treasurer people were not concerned with Navajo wnich their hospitable the pooling go deposited Dy the manner the Wednesday Auction - ' bidder be retained by the ge Club with a most enjoyable party or proper legislation by said Board of and shall be Wednesday The husbands forfeited if the successful bidder shall of the members were budget System of revenue fail to enter into a and and multitudinous number of bond with sureties as hereinafter and Mrs. received gifts for holding high score of the Besides the members Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Mr and Mrs Vance Wilson and Mrs. Staurt enjoyed the party other present day with the said Board of Trustees for the erection and construction of said addition to Washington School Building and the the same within such time provided in said and Board of Trustees will pay for the erection and construction of said addition to Washington School Building as upon completion of one-third of work said Board of Trustees wHl pay of said contract price and upon completion of two of the work Trustees will pay an additional which with the prior shall make one-half of the contract and the balance of the contract price shall be paid upon the completion and acceptance of said addition to Washington School Building and furnishing thereof in accordance with said The original plans and specifications for the erection and furnishing said addition .to Washington School Building are on file and will be on file at all times until the opening of said bids at the office of the Board of Trus tees ot Navajo where same may be or a copy of said plans and will be furnished to any person interested upon the payment of Ten which deposit will be if said plans and specifications are returned .in good order by June 3rd, 1920. The person to whom said contract shall be awarded by said Board of Trustees will be required to enter into a written contract with said Board ot Trustees for the construction and completion of said addition to Washington School Building and the furnishing and equipping and said contractor wil be to give a good and sufficient bond for the amount of said with two or more good and sufficient or give a surety company bond in like conditioned upon the faithful performance of said ' By order of the Board of Trustees of Winslow School District No. 1, made this 15th day of 1920. 5trns sid Ta MRS. A. E. Board of notice Those who will assist in taking the Baptist The Cradle Roll Day which was inS and equipping the same within Emil from was a have been April was postponed days after the award of said visitor on April 13th at the big exhibit on account of the unfavorable contract of Southern California products ther to April 2Sth. at 9:45 a. m. other than the checks Navajo Ariz free to the public in Los cial invitation extended to mothers received from the les by the Chamber of He and Preaching services Sun also attended the lectures and moving day at 11 a. m. and S p. m. pictures that are a part of the daily i The exhibit is the largest 1 of any in the country maintained by shall be forthwith returned after the S award of said contract shall have been The said proposed contract J. L. Board of Navajo Ariz. R. C. CRESWELL Board of Navajo A religious census of the city is to the bidder and the Before re- be taken Sunday April 25. 0f Trustees shall provide for the meet at the M. E. Church Mr. Juergen expects to All are kindly asked to be at home construction and completion Approved as to form 9.-an lisT of the other Will you cooperate with of addition to Washington School J. L. SWEENEY FOR baby carriage in afternoon at 2:30 unless you have visit several of the many other places good Inquire Box No. 313. ready been assigned a territory ' of interest in the us by doing Building and furnishing and equipping  

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