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   Winslow Mail (Newspaper) - October 21, 1921, Winslow, Arizona                                1 In a large degree a- f 2 NEWSPAPER T is what the people make It. Ire 70a satisfied THE The SINGLE TEN CENTS SINGLE TEN CENTS i 1 i i i ii ii t The more business ADVERTISED the more business there is. Do you advertise in- THE NEWS IN OUR LOCAL 11 1-M Conductor W. A. Van devour and wife have left for Kansas where they were called on account of the sudden death of Mr. Trainmaster Harry H. Tisdale has again returned to this city and has assumed his former duties on the 3rd Mr. Tisdale was transferred to the Los Angeles office during the reduction in forces Mr. B. E. McCarty of Needles was transferred Recently another trainmaster was placed on the Arizona division with headquarters at Needles and Mr. McCarty removed to that point which move permitted Mr Tisdale to again return to this Engineer W. F. who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever for the past few days has been taken to Los Angeles where he entered the Santa Pe Last reports show his condition to be about the Contract Clerk Joseph Leiberman leaves this week for Kansas City where he will spend the next tew weeks visiting friends and relatives at that He will also in the annual convention of the American Legion while Mrs. Leiberman accompanied Traveling Accountant George W. Moore is again in the ' city checking time Mr. Moore who works for the Audit office at Los Angeles has been here for several weeks but has been on the coast lately on account of Maintenance Clerk Alex Robertson who has been ill for the past few weeks is again up and about but has been sent to the hospital at Los Angeles where he will spend the next few weeks recuperating before assuming his former duties in the superintendents Accountant Harry C. has left for Los Angeles where he was called in connection with accounting He will confer with the Coast Line Auditor while W. J. Meador of Texas has arrived in the city and accepted a position as posting clerk here in the superintendents Meador was connected with the Western Lines of the Santa - Fe at the above mentioned He succeeds Mr. Frank M. Carter who has been Mrs. Mae Snee Pierce has returned from San where she was recently called on account of the illness of a She has again duties as stenographer to Chief Clerk Clerk Walter Goodman left Thursday of this week for Prescott where he will join a hunting party at that He expects ti be absent from the city for several Mrs. Violet comptometer operator here this week for Prescott and will return with her little Miss who will make her home in this General Manager I. L. Hibbard of the Coast Lines was in the city Thursday of this week inspecting local He was the trip in private car No. 6 and left here for the east where he will meet Western line Local officials accompanied him the Special Agent F. F. Bartlett and Assistant Division Engineer Frank D. Kinnie left here Thursday morning on a motor car for a trip of inspection which will end at William Brandt of this city has accepted a position as timekeeper on one of the extra now working at Mr. Brandt has been employed here temporarily as Crossing Watchman Ward has this city after a visit of weeks with relatives at his old home in Mr. Ward reports times and crop conditions as being very good in the part of the country he CLUB MEMBERS RETURN FROM FEDERATION MEET Mrs. L. H. Mrs. E. F. Mrs. Grady Gamage and Mrs. J. E. Kleindienst were the four delegates who went from the Friday Culture Club of Winslow to attend the Convention of the Northern Arizona Federation of Women's which met at October 14th and 15th. These report that the convention was one of the most successful in the history of the Flagstaff opened its doors in a most hospitable way to the visiting A rare musical program followed by a reception was given at the Normal Auditorium on Friday and on Saturday a most delicious luncheon was served to the entire convention at the home of President and Mrs. McMullen of the These social together with H. JR. LAID TO REST WITH IMPRESSIVE Sunday with the sun slowly sinking in the the close of perfect a sorrowing community was laying his eternal rest the body of H. bringing to a close a life of usefulness when but little more than half the time of man had been The compels ing fragrance of the flowers that all concealed the casket was em- the full convention made of the sweet lovable char a strenuous two days for the dele The reports from the various clubs showed that a large amount of earnest and ing work is being done by the women of Northern Arizona in all their towns The work in and of the important questions of the were the subjects which seemed to be most stressed in the the of homes people and the right kind of people for the was the All over the country the as well as the are coming to see that a live woman's club i3 a necessity to a whether it be large or For this is an organization into which women can regardless of creed or class and combine their forces for advancement of the civil and intellectual welfare of their homes and their Mrs. L. B. of was unanimously elected as president of the Northern Federation for the coming two year si Williams was selected as the meeting place for the convention next BOXING TONIGHT The boxing contest tonight at the Electric promises a most entertaining program for the of the The full schedule appears elsewhere in the advertising ARIZONA'S GREAT miles of Scenic Driveway to the San Francisco For etc. Write Bureau of NOTICE The Altar Society will hold a bakery and candy sale at Babbitt Brothers October 22nd. FOR SENT New Modern per This residence for Tenter will be expected to give up possession on fifteen days The HALL LUMBER CO. TO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR Hole Gas Dresser and Mission China Call at 202 West Front FOR SALE - Featner new 600 Wan en Ave. 34tl* FOR Building on corner of First Street and Kinsley Inquire of Mrs. EMMA 604 Colorado Ave. 34tf CARPENTER wants work of all General repair Work guaranteed first See H. L. 314 W. First St. 33tl and children's dress patterns to Mrs. M. D. 123 W. Second St. 33t4* Assistant Chemist John R. has returned to his headquarters at Albuquerque after being in the city several days inspecting local water v On account of the increase of business Local Agent Foutz has again put on a Miss Roxie B. Lee of the superintendents office was the successful bidder for the Miss Francis Clark of Los Angeles has arrived in this city where she has accepted a position as stenographer in the superintendents Word has been received here 1 that Mr. J. F. Johnson who was formerly Harvey house manager here for several months is now located at N. M. A. B. formerly of Needles has now been appointed manager instead of acting Superintendent William Division Engineer Roy C. Kline and Trainmaster Rufus S. Goodrich have to this city after a motor car trip inspection trip over the east end of the The trip starting at Albuquerque and was made in the large inspection car No. 151. A. B. wife of Manager Riley of the Harvey has been cn the sick list the past Foreman John Powell of Ash Fork was in the city last Sunday attending the funeral of the late H. Jr. Brakeman Hiene Young has returned from Los Angeles where be accompanied Engineer Goldsworthy to the Master Lynn son of Plant Engineer is visiting friends at Flagstaff Brakeman J. B. Edwards and wife are spending the week at the Grand Brakeman G. W. Nelson and wife of Williams are in the city this week visiting Mrs. L. W. wife of Chainman is in the city this week from Engineer J. R. who has been in the hospital for the past few months is reported to have been released and i3 expected to return to this city Mrs. C. H. wife of Section Foreman is here from this week visiting Dr. Oscar Brown of the local hospital association has returned from a business trip to Los Car Inspector A. C. Logan has left for Los Angeles where he will enter the hospital on account of Operator H. A. who has working here in the relay office for the past few weeks has been transferred to Los Ticket Clerk Frank M. Sheppard is here this week from the Grand Canyon visiting Traveling Accountant William Leahy has returned to his headquarters at Los after several days in this city on company acter that won the love and friendship of the citizenry which stood and heavy-hearted at the He had no he never harbored malice in his his kindly nature was too generous and bouyant for such blighting and withering He was also a man of strong never swerving from the line of duty as he saw it for sake or fear of but always went forward in the charted with integrity of purpose and Rectitude intentions as his sole not giving thought to temporary popularity or fickle The passing of Mr. Keyes leaves a vacancy in the ranks of our business men that will not soon be filled by and his loss will keenly felt by our people in walks of He knew no creed or was a living exemplification of the brotherhood of He a wise guide and a safe giving freely of his time and energy at every This community is better because he has lived amongst and now that he has gone hist memory will still be an inspiration and a Mr. Keyes was born May 10 1878 at and came to Winslow in 1902 to be chief clerk for Superintendent Gibson of the Santa Two months in of he was married at to Miss Josephine a schoolmate of his To this union were born two and In the summer of resigned his position with the railroad and became one of the organizers of the Bank of accepting the position of which he held until when he became vice-president and active The success of this institution was the pride ambition of his and he had the pleas ure of seeing it grow from a little country bank into one of the leading financial concerns in northern It was the close application this business that brought his first break down abbout a year ago Early in the summer he had a slight stroke of from which he never passing away last Thursday morning in a hospital at Los Mr. Keyes was a Scottish Rite and a member of the Elks but his greatest pleasure was found in his surrounded by his loving wife ami devoted Funeral services were held from the home last Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the Masonic the burial being read by Archdeacon Jenkins of Many out-of-town friends of the and business associates were present to swell the concourse of people gathered to pay final tribute to the memory of one universally Among the number was State Auditor who came as representative of Governor Campbell and also as head of the state The living m at where the body lav in state was filled floral tributes from business houses and set pieces from the Scottish the the the Knights of Arizona State Union Bank and Trust and the Bank of From out of town were offerings from Governor and Mrs. State Banking Board and and Mrs G. E. now of the widow and two leaves an aged a. 1 u wno was on the sad a Mrs. Mary De La Hunt of and a brother German of N. FORM LOCAL ORGANIZATION OF ENGINEERS Local members of the American Association of Engineers have requested a charter as a of the National organization in There are several professional engineers who belong to this national society at present in this immediate vicinity and others who have signified their intention of This is an association of all technically trained professional engineers to promote their interests by acting together in There are already several large local organizations of this order in most of them in the southern part of the Chapters have been organized at Clifton Bisbee and Yuma and the smaller clubs are already established at Je rome and There are also probabilities that clubs will be formed at Holbrook and Flagstaff as there are members in both The American Association of En while a very young or started in Chicago obout five years having now a membership of thirty profes The membership is composed of all classes of the engineering including civil elec and The association has already done many things for the profession in Arizona and where local organization are formed the members are taking a more active part in political affairs of the giving a great deal of consideration to local such as road sanitation and others of a similar nature which an engineer is best fitted by training to solve to the best interests of the THE CITY PEOPLE 11 II 11 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES NEW RIG FOR OIL FIELD The Taylor interests in the Holbrook field have received this week car loads of to be erected in the Dr. S. Earl Taylor has been interested in the field for some months and with his associates has acquired a large It is most encouraging to that the real activity of get ting materials on the ground and the erection of a rig is a Besides encouraging those who have already invested in the it denotes a degree of confidence in the future of the In the meantime the Holbrook and the Adamana companies are working GO TO LOOK OVER ROAD Engineer P. R. accompanied by Judge R. B. Walton expect to leave this morning preliminary trip over the new location proposed for the Winslow to Moqui Indian reservation They will go through to the agencies and will consult with the government engineers concerning the practicability of the proposed It is expected that Jones will later go into the field to make a location as required by law and to make the plats showing the approximate location and the The survey will be for the information of the board of road reviewers which the board of supervisors will be requested to TAX MEETING HELD OFFICERS MAKE PICKUP A Ford car disappeared from Flagstaff Monday of last The local officers picked up the thieves here they arrived The fellows gave their names as Jack R. alias and the other fellow answers to Fred otherwise known as Slim They stole the ran out of gas near Canyon rode into Winslow with a tourist and landed in the grasp of the local Flagstaff officers came down after them and took back to the Coconino county CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. W. L. Pastor Bible School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. For the Bible School special next Mrs. Martin will tell us about the Pilgrimage Play which she the privilege of attending at Los Angeles this Brother T. A. See will conduct the Prayer and Bible Study service on Wednesday evening in the absence of the pastor SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION OCTOBER 29th. The Tax Meeting called in this city was held on the 16th, 17th and 18th at the Firemans Hall on Front Street and large crowds of people being in daily attendance who were troubled with tax On the morning of the 17th it was decided to employ an attorney to handle the matter in a legal so Mr. Sweeney was called and soon appeared and agreed to handle matters at per each after he had given an hours synopsis of the tax laws with reference to assessed the lists were turned over to him to represent each individual party before the Board of Equalization in about two CARD OF THANKS I desire through the columns of The Mail to personally thank and extend my sincere appreciation for the many and kind acts proffered me during the illness and death of my beloved the late Thomas K. They will long be remembered and I take this opportunity to express my sincerest appreciation of MRS. ARIZONA'S GREAT 12 miles of Scenic Driveway to the San Francisco For etc. Write Bureau of The annual ejection for trustee for the Winslow School District will be held October 29th. At the solicitation of the other two members of the present Board and other interested Mr. C. Proctor has consented to allow his name to be put before the people of Winslow for This is the second time Mr. Proctor has served on the School Board and he has certainly made an admirable A good many people have the impression that the work of a school trustee consists primarily in the employing of the promotion of pupils etc. Actually their services to the community are main of an entirely different The School must pass upon make estimates of see to repairs and upkeep of the plumbing and heating furniture and deal with cost of etc. In matters of this kind the services of Mr. Proctor are invaluable and he was consulted many times by the Board of previous to his Mr. Proctor is well known in owns property and pays taxes has children in school and takes an intelligent and enthusiastic interest in the progress of the He is familiar with the business of the he has made a good School Board member and a better one by virture of his For these reasons Mr. Proctor deserves your support and should re- Wednesday night a Basket Ball game was played between the High School who are out this year for Basket Freshmen and Sophomores versus Juniors and The girls have been practicing hard for several weeks but the team has not been The Wednesday was a try out to see who could make the first a number of students came to see what the girls are also to yell their Much to the chagrin and disappointment of the Juniors and the lower score 28 to 14. Wednesday must have been an unlucky day for the Juniors and is no doubt that they are excellant However the and are to be congratulated for their speedy The grief strick en Juniors and Seniors are planning revenge and intend to show the Fresh men team just who they are next Saturday the regular High School Football team will go to Flagstaff to play football with the Normal The Winslow team was unable to de feat the Normalites last but we a feeling that we will defeat them this At least we're hoping that we will win from them Last Saturday the Sophomores and Freshmen and several grade school students went to Flagstaff to play football with the Emerson H. S. The line up of our team was as follows right guard right right left left left full left right These boys had only two nights of practice as an organized team before going up to and they took a few players from the grammar The boys from the grades were inexperienced players and not very much The score was 13 to 7 in favor of Flagstaff made their score by intercepting a pass Camp threw which just went over the A Flagstaff player got the ball and ran for about thirty yards for a In the first half Wilson made a but Winslow failed to kick In the second half Flagstaff started up the field for a touchdown but Winslow woke up and started to and Camp carried the ball over the line for another Jarman kicked This made the score 13 to 7. Dr. O. S. Santa Fe returned this week from extended trip through the East. T. M. Quebedeaux of Arizona State Bank and E. A. the made a business trip to Dry Lake Hon. W. A. Councilman F. T. Judge R. B. W. G. Supervisor R. C. Crestwell and ye editor were visitors at a meeting of the Board of at Holbrook Monday State Charles Fairfield was a visitor in Winslow He was also here Sunday in attendance the funeral of. the late H. Jr. Monday he attended to business matters at S Judge L. V. editor left yesterday for where he made the principal address last evening in reorganization of the McKinley County Chamber of Commerce which isr being made through the In announcing last week C. L. former pastor ofi the Methodist Church of this been placed at we were in error due to the that the Rev. C. L. York so mentioned is the same Rev. York formerly The former pastor at is stationed at the South Eos Angeles a new established at the last We hasten to make the A. F. former chief in the U. S. Forest and among the old passed Winslow after- a with Senator James at - C. H. of the Automobile Company of Holbrook and was in the city Friday with the of the Major Daniels of the Moqui Indian reservation was a visitor in Winslow Saturday Tuesday of this week little Dorothy Harrington on the of her sixth birthday entertained a large number of her little friends at thisL large number of refreshments were E. P. Seaman of Prescott els for a corresponding schooli was in the city this week calling on local Tuesday night the local lodge had work in the Master Mason A good crowd was present and refreshments were lodge in the banquet f| The local chapter of the Eastern Star gave a pie supper and Hallowe'en social at Masonic hall Masonic very The The funds secured were for the ' general fund of the A large was The Hallowe'en scheme was followed out in: the Mrs. J. H. Chapman visiting her Attorney J. W. at Gallup this v PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH and M. E. CHURCH SERVICE 9:45 11:00 6:30 7:30 a. m. Bible a. m. Morning p. m. Epworth p. m. Evening Gammage will give an address at the morning worship the evening service will be charge of Mr. Rev. O. L. of has been assigned to Winslow charge and word has been received from him that he will reach Winslow according to present in time for the first Sunday service in He has and three Word has been received from our former Rev. C. L. that he has been assigned to a missionary in South Los and that he is busy in getting his new charge in ARIZONA'S GREAT 12 miles of Scenic to the San Francisco For etc. Write Bureau of October 23rd. 9:45 a. 8:00 p. Evening Prayer Rev. H. H. The of the Sunday School took place last Sunday with four classes The enthusiasm shown by the pupils and teachers alike indicate formation of additional classes in the immediate Sunday School story papers in ample have been ordered by wire and should be here for These are of best type published in the No expense has been spared in giving the school the best available Come Sunday and hear our plans for BAPTIST CHURCH your vote at the coming A vote for Mr. Proctor is a vote for GOOD Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching services Sunday at 11 a. m. and p. at the 4-il Warren Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. ' B. Y. B. U. Sunday at 6:30 p. m. We Know About Miss Fay The B. Y. P. U. will have a Hallowe'en social October 28th, 7:30 p. m. in the church 411 Warren Everyone invited to come and have a good time The Ladies Social Hour will have a bakery food October 29th. FOR With Immediate Possession Brand new modern containing front screened back large front one bed big closet and Storage shed in Fifty foot frontage on Cherry with new including walk to front This is one of the best small homes built in Winslow this Everything spick and span. THE HALL LUMBER COMPANY  

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