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   Hayward Twice A Week Review (Newspaper) - November 28, 1911, Hayward, California                               HAYWARD TWICE-A-WEEK REVIEW TWENTIETH YEAR <'K.NTKHVIMJ.: WINS CHAM- uv IHCKBATIM; HAYWARD, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CAL. TJESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1911-SIX PAGES What looked to lie a sure victor. for the- itiighy of the Haywari High School turned out In favor i  D.-c.-asi-d retiied nine moving with hih family to Oakland. At tilt- time of bis ib-.ttb be was 71 vc-.-ll-i. months and '.'I days. Deceasi d Was the beloved hus- band of Isabella Thomas, Nuul a d I voted fathd-of Mrs l-'rank L. Vieir.i. of H.iyw.nd, .Mis. A IVr.'iri, Alaiun-l. Joseph, Anth.niv .mil l-'r.ipU .Monday, December nil1 be- a business meeting for nil-inherit P. m.. A reception to .Mrs. Annie Little Harry, president of the district, will follow, to which guests are Invited. .Musical program will be arranged by Mrs. It. itos- enberg. .Miss Camilla King will ren- der selections on the piano. Miss Inez Allen, soloist, and Miss II T. Kice pianist... The refreshment com- mittee will consist of Mrs. I'et.-r No. 95 ritlVATK AMIEHT MOStXMARO IX HOSPITAL I'rivato Albert Muwgaard, of Co. H. Sth Infantry, who wan recently in- jured very badly when a large aii- 'tnniobile ran over him. ii now at thi) County Hospital where Clark Is attending him. Although Mow-guard sustained a broken nrm and a dlslo- tt-d hip he is rapidly recovering and expects to leave the hospital :.i a few weeks. His bicycle was eom- tely demolished when the rac- ing auto driver hit him. No trace has been found of the speed maniacs 1.. P. Has. Mrs. J. ll-irdir. Jr., .Miss Kdith Gamble :iml -Mrs Sybil Meyer. Members of the Incentive Hoard will form the re- ception committee. meeting un of ludidavs. MIX niJYS MEKK The new real estate nrm m liran- don have sold twehc acres or the .Meek lands through the general agent, II. K. Itobinson. to Joseph de KreltiiK, of Plonsanto-i ie bind is some of the best on the tract and faces the Alt. Eden road Hi-ions from Uamos liros dryer. M-. d.s Fivitah is coming to Hajuard to IKo. shortly, and win improve the property. This !s a. fine sab- for tile new firm .nid amounts lo over 0011. who ran that the nto him. but It Is believed went to Stockton that ev- IM1-OKTANT SALE CONSUMMATED The sale of 105 acres of land be- to the M.irtin Carter esta'.u and lying betwei-n Irvington and .Mission San Jose to IJ. H. Driscoll. of Driscoll lirothirs was made re- jcentlj. The sale is of unusual sig- nificance owing to the fact, th.it Driscoll Mrothers are men with wide and successful experience as grow- ers. The i act that they have pnr- in preference to state speaks vol- umes for the value of land in our section. Mr. Driscoll expects a lit- tle later to make his holm, in this section as lie has In-come convlnc- cd of its splendid opportunities" for future development Press. team and has met with fair success Gertrude Prowse, Genevieve as he had to work under hard con- XMsM1' Mlss Wheeler. Miss Shriner. "f I AMino I.nnn'lffl Af.l l l.nlCl.ll W.I ditions; first in not having any ex- perienced material and second by not having a large crowd to pick from. Aldine Leonard, Alargaret Asmnssei., Airs Fischer; Alessrs Van obermul- ler, Uert Cooper, Lawrence Thurman, But somebody has to lose and every Jr., Frank Harder. Willie .is held Thursday from All Saints' Obnn-li in Internii nt was in St. Joseph's r, m- it WKIJ, Over fifty couples were present .It the basket social and dance gi-.- the Fraternal Friday ev.-ning. A fe.itnre of th evening nns an .nictioii s.ile -i ch.ised this trai-t other parts of the MEiirrs WITH SKRIOl'S ACdOEXT baskets ol lunch. Hans II.-nniiiH- Harder. W. Bradley, H. Jacobsen. W. Jacobsen, M. Henderson, Harry As- team cannot be champion. Haywar-J finished in second place in the __________ Alameda County Athletic League and Thorup. Nisse.i. Thi. the players will now devote their time to basketball and will make a Johnson, Frank Lake, Jr. T, In a Thanksgiving service on Thur. Carl Knudsen, X. Weslev Armstrong.' _, ''ay morning at the Metho.hst Harry Grindell, Chester Madsen Do You Know? Tlmt we arc operating a Mill and Warehouse OX OPKXIXfi hard fight for the basketball cham- pionship. As it takes far fewer men j to play basketball the locals will( Sla KKAI' have a better chance to develop a I fast team this season and everything points favorably to a winning team- The public should encourage the boys by turning- out stronger at. sale of lots on Sunday, opening dav SpU- The H. Robinson, general agent for the Meek lands, reports a good the games. mi the j Ha> ward Fish SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRACK, I I laker The old Stone Place, A. jon- s Dillon with n man in charge Him sco (bat .VOIII-'K. Jones orders snlUr.-u-torilv filled. [Andersen j King Call in nml ymi. i M-i- uill pay I KAVANAGH-ROSENBERG CO. IV ATKINS ST. anil s. f. JThiirmnn McCnlb.n Position Full Center 74 Wing -14 Half Wing Forward l-'orward Forward l-'orward Forward Forward Forward Wing Forward j on the new subdivision of the Meek (Vnt.-rville Home Tract, facing on A and C.istro Ilogcrs! Kobii-l Among the bny-rs wen- K. (i. :.-tteneourf Webb, who purchased two lots Jacobus. rornf.r of Sllnsi., i and P. Mathiesen, the contractor, who secured a fin.- on Soto street. Mr. Mathi.-s.-n Hill ha a bungalow erected -Mey, rs( WHIST TnrilXAMKXT Murphyi __ r.TII SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Telephone lla.vnaril 103. prizes will I For rent at very low rates at BANK OF HAY WARDS. A sale and couven-j ls lent place lo keep your valuable at Xativ.- Sons' Hull The next regular whist ay evening. usual niimbi-r -.f ;iv.-n invitvd 1., th.it nth. Til copal Church at o'clock. pastor of the church, Itev. 1. K. Thompson, will charge of the seruee and the sermon will i.e preached by C. Hog, rs. of tKe Presbyterian Church. The other past- ors will assiit in the services. The Methodist ihoir. under thi- direction of Mrs. W. M. Pickard, have pared some fine music for the occa- sion. The olfering which will b. Uiken at the service is to be ed to the Tred l-'iiu-h -it l-'rnitvale. Kver.vom- is invited to attend. S4 n aet.-il as thirty dollai-s- the sale dollars. uctioneer and was rec.-iv.-il Ir line basket brought three .Music was furnished b> the Hrotherhood Orchestra. The dec- orations were green and white. J. IS. Argabrite. superintendent -it brotherhood j the State (.iame Farm, Ims been con- as a result of a bad fall that he ha.1 on that day. While he was in the hay loft of the barn he made a st.-p and fell to the floor below. While there are no bones broken Mr. Arsabrite will be laid up for some time. I .A. .4. Come In and See! t SCOUTS- i- The Sci.uts IIAV 1'ieiDAv ill t into the hills next I-'ri.laj f..r the start- ng nt "'clock .in Hi.-' morning. Signaling will I... a r...itui.-. Kaeh Scout must I; his ..wn dtiin.--. taking for this purpose a quarter '.f pound "f meat and tw.. will .i Seoul 1 papen. evening. Tli.mkssiviiiK St'. oa b.iud c.-ir.ls .it 4 4 4. A No. One Rubber Tire Buggy, J A No. One Steel Tire Surry, A No. One Spring Wagon, J A No. One Set of Single Harness, 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 Paint, Roofing, Fencing, General Harness Supplies i Bay Counties Hardware and _ A NEW ERA IN PREMIUM GIVING of Win. Itoxrr. Itntml Sn-ilonal Slltrmarr for irulr only. n 
                            

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