Nevada State Journal Newspaper Archives Mar 14 1926, Page 2

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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - March 14, 1926, Reno, NevadaNevada state journal sunday March Tonopah notes n. E. Kerr superintendent of operations at Tybor was in town monday. Among the visitors irom round Mountain Early in the week were p. Brooks i. M. Williams w. H. Carson and c. A. Beadle. Oscar Oleson former fire chief at Goldfield. Was in Tonopah Early in the week loading up with supplies Jor the Barbecue at Eadfield. Father o Connell pastor of the Church at Yerington. Conducted Hen Deictic a at St. Patrick s on so evening after delivering an Elo played piano selections. Alden Hunting eldest son of or. And mrs. W. J. Hunting will soon eave for Elko where he will Suc eed John Amodie an clerk in the office of the Highway department. Amodie will be transferred to the pm office of the department. Mrs. Iven ret teries motored to Teno thursday. Attorney and mrs. William Mcknight of Ueno called on Carson friends wednesday. Or. Mcknight combined business with pleasure. Or. And mrs. A. A. Stafford entertained at their Home on Eliza find Telegraph Street thurs Lay evening. Mrs. M. A. Diskin was hostess it a Jirise luncheon saturday afternoon complimenting mrs. Fore Man. Mrs. Abe Cohn in entertaining at series of Bridge luncheons at her it Tractive Home on Proctor Street. Mrs. Dan Morton charmingly entertained members of the ladles Aid of the methodist Church wednesday afternoon. Hubert Ducker son of Justice and mrs. B. A. Ducker. Celebrated his into birthday with i Lovely party ast sunday afternoon. Thirty us est were present and All de Clave Bobby a Royal Host. Or and mrs. Paris b. Ellis and laughter mrs. B. W. Sampson moored to Ileno sunday evening to attend a dinner party at the w. H. Home. Mrs. J. H. Fulmer was a luncheon at her Home tuesday after noon. Mrs. Will Mackey has departed or an extended visit in Sacramento ind san Francisco. Or and mrs. K. A. Patterson jr., have moved into the Norcross apartment on Robinson Street. Pat Terson has taken a position with the department. Of of or. And mrs. Xor Man Brown it their Home saturday evening when a splendid radio program was enjoyed. At a. Late hour a delicious supper was serve Al. Miss Ruth Russell of Elko was Westwood or. And mrs. Edwards and mrs. Jacobs left thursday for Reno the week members of Esther chapter the Eastern Star were guests the guest of judge and mrs. 13. Farrington last week. The Leisure hour club is arranging for a childrens masquerade party to be Given on March 26. Lames o flare former resident of Carson is spending a few Days Here. Raymond Lenni orphans Home boy and a member of the Carson High school team is receiving congratulations from his friends upon his Success in the free throw con test at the tournament held at the University of Nevada last week. Headed by mrs. A. A. Stafford the committee in charge of ladies night at the Sagebrush club thurs Day evening was mesdames Nellie l. D. Crowell Joe mole George Borden and Jay Robinson. The reopening of the chocolate Garden Friday evening was quite an event. The proprietors it. A. Mcl c. M. Mcguire have made Many improvements in the store. Refreshments were served to those calling during the evening. Mrs a. Huffaker. Grand worthy Matron of the order of the Eastern Star spent last week in the South Ern part of the state attending to matters concerning the order. Or. And mrs. Edgar Sweetland Are in san Francisco. Mrs. Jay Robinson and mrs. Iven Jefferies will be hostesses to a Large number of ladies on monday and Averl mesday afternoon when they will entertain at Bridge lunch news of the death of mrs. Mary e Walsler. Which occurred in los Angeles monday brought Forth Manv expressions of sorrow from her Many old time friends in this City where so spent her girlhood. She was a sister of the misses Belle Ada and Jane Torreyson to whom sympathy is extended. Mrs. S. Dickerson was a week where they will spend end. Mrs. Lulu Salinas is visiting at the Home of mra. Louise Martin while in Westwood. Mrs. Lucille Hayden is confined to her Home with the mumps. Or. And mrs. B. P. Dollarhide and son Theodore returned wednesday from Alturas. Walter Abbott left wednesday for a Short business trip to Reno. He is expected Back the end of the week. Or. And mrs. John Mccallop spent tuesday in Reno on business. Walter Sweeney formerly Relief Man at the cafeteria is now employed at the garage. Or. And mrs. Paul Jacklyn entertained a few friends on sunday at their Home the occasion being mrs. Jack Len s birthday. The late after noon and evening was spent in playing games and cards and a very enjoyable time was had by nil. Joe Willitts left wednesday for san Francisco where he will spend his vacation. On last Friday afternoon mrs. T. R. Wills entertained a number of guests at her Home on Delwood Street. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Tevey for Merly of Westwood but now of red Bluff Are the proud parents of a baby girl Horn March 7. D. E. Lane returned from Alturas the first of the week where he was called on account of his brother being in an automobile Accident. Agnes Johnson of the cashier s office has been confined to her Home for the past week with a very severe cold. Or. And mrs. Charles Gardner returned from san Francisco where they spent last week or. And mrs. Frank Graham re turned from san Francisco and Chico on thursday where Graham went on business. Mrs. F. M Bennion who has been ill with tonsillitis for the past week is improving. Paul and Daniel Brink drove to Reno sunday to bring Home their Mother returning from Northern Michigan where she had been called by the illness and death of her Mother mrs. Daniel Duvall. George m. Clark and daughter. Mrs. Harold Nisson of Seattle re turned to Westwood last week they were accompanied by j. J. Beatty. Frances King was called to Idaho last week on account of the serious illness of his sister. Virginia City or. P. W. Robinson returned sunday evening from a Short trip to Denver Colo. He was accompanied to this City by his Daugh Ter muss Lorene Koblin san who will make her Home in this City. Chief of police Frank Conlan and mrs. Conlan left tuesday evening for Sun Francisco. Dick Hesse jr., who had the in Dex Finger of one hand smashed while at work in the mine a few Days ago had the Finger amputated at the second joint. Or. Robinson performed the operation. A. E. Macarthur acting state director of vocational training left thursday for Reno. J. Colozio was an arrival Thi week from Reno. The Paren s-teachers1 association will Holo the regular monthly meeting on f iday afternoon it Thi High school. Superintendent Hunt ing of the Nevada Public school will address the meeting using a his subject Nevada s place in National mrs. Russell lean who a operated upon at the local Hospital this week is said to be recovering the Westminster society of the Community presbyterian Church met on thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. A. E. Macarthy after the business meeting the ladies enjoyed a very pleasant to Cial hour and Dainty refreshment were served. End visitor in Ueno. Chester Wood son of or. An mrs c. E. Wood received a Bat fall while playing wednesday after noon and As i result is carrying Hiarm in a Sling. Father Murphy of St. Theresa Church has returned from a snor stay in san Francisco. Bliss Karma Emmitt of the Carso Valley Bank visited Reno Friend Over the week end. Iuo Brilliant new Oakland six stands out Ashe Only car combining the advanced engineering futures of air cleaner Oil filter full premure oiling four wheel brakes automatic spark and the harmonic balancer. Lovelock notes Phyllis daughter of or. And mrs. Hlll Anker celebrated her seventh Atal Day on saturday afternoon Hen a group of Small folks Gath red at. The Anker country Home i the big Meadows and spent the me playing games and enjoying n party. Mrs. Anker was assisted in entertaining by Mes Aines Louis or Illch e. M. Wi1 Inson Clarence l. Young b. E. Viley George Kennedy miss Ruth Zurrer. A Lovely easier luncheon As served to the following guests Rene Weidmaier Lilly and George Vestergard Lois Christiansen lilith Ann Huggins Leonard Anker Ivelyn Huchins Betty Johnson Eota Robinson Edward Hardy Jones Ridgley Janet pier on Betty Johnson Geraldine West All. Merle Young Charlotte e Rock on Winifred Hansen Wayne Woodin Elizabeth Delsandro Helen Toker. Or. And mrs. E. M. Wilkinson Are enjoying a visit from their grand i on Edward Hardy of san fran Isco. A most enjoyable evening of Ridge was had by the following Adies on monday evening when irs. Frank c. Smith presided at or Home As hostess mesdames Homas 13. Powell George Olson o. Roberts Louis Greilich j. R. Jill William r. Mcculloch John Fant w. H. Goodin w. A. Wilson Harles h. Jones miss Harriet Wilson miss Josephine land Hiss Ruth Currer. Ther Home of or. And mrs. Irwin Hanson wan the scene for a Gath ring of Little folks who assisted n the Celebration of the fifth birth a of Little miss Norman by enjoying games and romping on the. Awn. A birthday luncheon was served with Pink appointments and birthday cake lighted with Pink candles. Those present wet a Shirey Mae Olson Maxine Weidmaier Beatrice Mancebo Mamie Fransen Valter Whitehead Ruth Hans Nivian Whitehead. Irva Hanson Beau leu. Sunday evening Willis Preston Vas the complimented guest at a birthday dinner Given by mrs. Reston at the Home of or. And los. Bert Downing. The occasion being his Twenty fourth birthday upon which the guests gathered at in o clock to the Downing Home and were placed at a beautifully adorned table by red ribbons Lead no to each plate where a dinner Vas served among red and Green appointments. Favors were pre enter and a Jolly time had by the following guests messes. John and Domingo Lack Arthur Gottscholk misses Mary Laca Evelyn Stoker Sybil Van Reed messes and Mes Lames b. E. Downing Fredd a. Resann. Clarence Stoker Melvin a. Reston Wayne Stoker Willis Reston. After the dinner the nests of or. And mrs. Fred a. Preston at the apartments where Ames and dancing was enjoyed. Mesdames Mary Westfall and Nellie Carpenter were hostesses in thursday afternoon to the Mem Bers of the ladies Aid and friends at the Westfall Home where a de rightful social afternoon was spent while enjoying a Book review. The serving of a luncheon by the hostesses who were assisted by mrs. Depp concluded the meeting. Those present were Rev. P. H. Willis mesdames Irvin Hanson Tohn Anderson Ridgley j. Pierson George Olson .1. R. Gill. John. R. Winnemucca mrs Pennie Backus and Daugh Ter Irene left monday for Oroville Calif where they will reside. W w. Richardson local contractor for steam heating systems has open awarded contract for plumb ing and heating in Austin High school. Jay o. Jones of Dave town was in town tuesday. Mrs. Joseph Schell has returned from several months visiting Ueno. W g. Case has returned from san Diego where he spent several months. Mrs. Laura Lester arrived from Stockton Friday where she spent the Winter. The students of the Public speak ing classes of Humbolt county High school under direction of mrs. Willie a. Hudson will present three one act plays in the High school auditorium monday March 15. Or. And mrs. B. P. Stites have for the past two or three years left monday for Florida where they will make their future Home. Mrs. Cleon , grand chief of by Thiim Sisters in Winne Mue Ca wednesday from her Home in Lovelock. Mrs i Vilna Foster made a trip to wimzie muted for Dpi Lovelock tues Nas too. Austin merchant of Jun go. Was a business visitor in his week. Or. And mrs. J. E. Hearn of my Nermit were in town on business tills week. J w. Byron who has been engaged in Fol Hanft at Galena left Lor his Home in Wells monday. Born to or. And mrs. .1. V. Humes. Monday. Mini h s a Sun. Or. And mrs. Frei Alu Liber and daughter Edwin Mil nil Short i left tuesday by Avilon Villi too it sweeps far ahead of any other car m its Field in performance revealing a combination of Speed acceleration Power smoothness and econ omy heretofore undreamed of in an automobile of such Low naturally the new Oakland six is outselling the country greater gains any other car winning and holding the Good will of All who buy it. Oakland six to 1295 gape Aurica factory Mccrodan k. W. J. W. Kromer Kathleen Anker paula1 Jacobsen i. X. Marker t. O. Ilobert Clarence 1. Young Het Harker Louis Greilich Frank Smith William c. Clack w. Whf Carpenter Philip Anker John at Lukenson. Miss Ruth Currer lids a Ley Janet Pierson Leonard Anker. The ladies Aid will be guests mrs. J. N. Gill at the next meet apr. The fortnightly i Idse club enjoyed the usual pleasant round games on. Wednesday even Lar when or. And mrs. T. C. Johnson wore hosts. Mrs. William h. Goodin and Charles h. Jones held the Bish scores. Refreshments were served. Those present were messes and mesdames Charles h. Jones w. A. Wilson William h. Goodin Frank Depp John Fant miss Harriet Wil son Arthur h. Liach Elor. Mrs. Vernon Westfall left wednesday evening for Reno on a Short business trip Over the week end. Mrs. Karl olfers entertained the tuesday Bridge club it her Home on tuesday afternoon the club was presented to mrs. William c. Hladk who held the High score. Refreshments were served. Those present mesdames Sidney b. Hill Louis a. Friedman b. E. Stoker William r. Mcculloch Rudgley 3. Louis Greisch Andrew j. Jarl Georke Olson William u. Mrs. Katherine hindi of Arthur Harmon of fallen is spending a few Days a guest of Clyde smart. Mrs. Peter Sullivan returned Home saturday afternoon visiting her daughters and other relatives in san Francisco for two weeks. J. J. Wilson former resident of Lovelock and who Hus been residing in los Angeles for several years returned this week. Mrs. Otto Heizer was a Bridge luncheon hostess on Friday after noon to a few friends who were Bidden to the Helper Home. Bridge games followed with prize being won. By mrs. Harry Robinson. Other guests Bidden were mesdames c. W. Noble William c. Black Paul a Quigley b. R. Bennett of Rochester Ridley j. Pierson w. H. Cooper Aurella. Brittan. Relatives in Sparks. Father Hugo a held mass in Catholic Church at Elko wednesday returning to Winne Mueca wednesday evening. Attorney j. W. Dog nit returned from a business trip to san fran Cisco sunday. Or. A. A. Wendell spent sunday in Battle Mountain. Mrs. J. G. Moore was hostess to the wednesday club this week at. Her Home on pay Street. Those present were mrs. E. D. Giroux. Mrs. E. M. Borch mrs. T. A. Bran Don. Mrs. L. O. Hawkins entertained the o. N. T. Club at her Home on West sixth Street saturday eve Ning. Those present were. Mes Dames e. M. Bosch p. E. Born f. Germain e. Mulcoy h. M. Leonard. A. Mcenerney o. D. Mackay c. L. Haviland. Cora Hoenstine Jennie Smith Susie learn. Misses Blanche Cosby. Electa Rollins and Leona Springer returned sunday from a Short visit in Reno. Mrs. Willie a. Hudson spent the week end Vijh her Mother in Kal miss Esther Brown was the House guest n miss Ethel Maraska of Imlay lust week. C. O. Smith county assessor spent thursday in clo Condu. Mrs. Thomas Ebert of Lovelock spent tuesday in town visiting friends. Or. And mrs. A. Miller have re turned from a three months trip to Florida. They have taken up their residence in the Wilkinson cottage on East fifth Street. Or. Anil mrs. Art Abel spent thursday in town shopping. Mrs. Florence i. Oilman and miss Fanny Harp spent sunday with Glenda in Battle Mountain. Mrs. Leo Stakel and daughter of Dun Glen Ore visiting mrs. Stakel s parents or. And mrs. W. W. Fisk. Harry c. Hill of Denlo was in town thursday. Or and mrs. M. E. Morrison Are spending a week end in Battle Mountain As the guests of or. Ana mrs. V. K. Wells. Jack Hart was a Winnemucca visitor tuesday from Lovelock. Geo. A. Bain and daughters came Down from Golconda Friday eve Ning to attend tie kiddies lie or and mrs. J. Sheehan and mrs. Dora Thompson arrived from Ueno Friday to visit with friends and Semi Vand mrs. Faig Belchner who have made Winnemucca their Home Gerlach news de. Waltz of the Gerlach and Waltz live Stock company was a visitor to town tuesday. The Fence around the local Ceme Tery is an assured fact. Tho Erec Tion of the Fence is under the supervision of the ladles of tie keel Cross of Gerlach. The meeting of the citizens of Geruth and Empire City at lie court House Well tie Meixl Mil the prospects Are Good for big improvements at the hot Springs. Henry Hughes of Gerlach with a. H. Id represent the Western Pacific and Llime Murdock Rind Johnnie easier of City were appointed to solicit funds. The baseball committee on Organlz-1 ton is composed of c. 10. Kelly with James win the of Gerlach and hairy Williams and j inline Murdock of Empire City. mrs. Lawrence Ilc Rren Anil Ralph Hunt of Vya bad business at the local land office monday. Dewey whim Mui i a tin1 same Day. Hiiter Tok Vitu Rotl tuesday find a ii Itei i. Russell i Lurik d to Al kit Ilont Ibe week. Kris is Timu up and wife of car Len tin weekend in lilt be Moun Tain with my. K. M. D org. William

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