Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 1, 1950 · Page 17
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Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, November 1, 1950
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®ucson itiztn 17 WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER I, 1950 Southeastern Arizona correspondents: Benson--Mrs Jessie Miller BisbefrWarren--Mrs A J Gilbert, J07 Vista Warren Bisbee-Warren--Hugh Keyes, Phone-707 . Safford--Mrs Vc-3 Berryhlll. Phone 174 Tombstone--Stephen Holeva Jr., Phone 2551 Willcox--Mrs. Betty Jo Hart. Phone 275-W Work Related Final Poll Se At CC Dinner ' BISBEE, Nov. 1.--.Ray Langham, Globe, speaker of the Arizona house of representatives, warned the Bisbee Chamber of Commerce member' ship and guests at their annua dinner meeting Monday night the 12 initiative measures on th ballot are passed Nov. 7, it will cos the taxpayers 520,000,000 annually. James E. Brophy II, chambe president, preceded Langham in ar address which included an annua report.- He .told of efforts of th transportation committee and worl ·with the telephone company ir securing good telephone servic without a rate increase. The good roads committee has been instru mental in keeping highway Si · through Bisbee, he said. Brophy introduced Miss · Grac Sparkes of Montezuma canyon, who spoke on,the efforts of her com mittee.on national parks and monu ments to bring to completion the Coronado national monument in the" Huachu'cas. Guests presented by Brophy in eluded Grant McCurdy, manager of the Bisbee-Dou.elas internationa airport; Whitney Eckert and Bil ftarrisori, Elfridar W. W. Patrick president; Douglas Chamber ' of Comnierce; Glenn Pratt, manager ' Douglas chamber; · Dick Washington, George Jackson and Mr. Francis, members,. Douglas chamber; Bruce Huffman, president, Willcox Chamber of Comnierce, and F. B. Jordan, memberr Ralph Cowan, McNeal; Alfred Paul Jr., Paul Spur; Ed Dubarry and Maj. S. Chan dler, Los Angeles; Carl Morris, state representative from Warren; and Anthony'T. Deddens,. president, Bisbee Ail-Year Climate Club,, Inc. ··" Mmes. Austin Jay and Clau.de Compton were in charge of decorations for the .dinner.. r NOBODY SHOWED TIP ! BRAZIL, Ind. OI.R)--It was an exceptionaljy,, quiet day ,in court when Judge Robert B. Stewart dismissed a case for want of prosecution. The plaintiff, the defend- To Pick Queen BISBEE, Nov. 1. --Final votin to determine the Bisbee high schoc homecoming queen was schedule for today after all classes had s lected their final candidate. From the four.final contestant the queen and her princesses wi" be chosen. · The queen will b crowned during half-time activitSe in the Warren ball park at the Bis bee-Nogales football game Nov. 10 The four competing girls ar Bobble Sanders, freshman; Mary Lou Watkins, sophomore; Donni Lee Locke, junior; and Margare Worrell, senior. Competition wa so keen four runoffs were neces sary before the final candidate could be determined. Principal C. W. Willcox has been asked to crown" the queen durin Lhe homecoming festivities. No gales' band, drum and bugle conp and twirling squad have been in vited to participate in the festivities Last year a junior, Frankie Hoi und, was named homecoming queen and was crowned by Mayor Herman T. Price. Serving the queen ast fall .were Kay Reppe, Evonne 'eatherman and Irma Bell. Always one of the most outstand ng'events on the high school socia calendar, homecoming this year promises to be even more festive Jian before, with students taking keen interest In the election of the queen. Tombstone Hunters Bag Three And 4-Pointers TOMBSTONE, , Nov. 1.--A hunt ng they would go and for their rowess they have- two 'nice"tig ucks to proudly show. C. M. .Palmer Jr. shot a 3-point uck, while Carl Follett brought own a 4-pointer. Other members f the party' were A. P. Giacoma, olm Wyatt, Clayton Smith,' his 1-year-old son, Arthur, and W. W. iitt of Tempe. ·' They camped in the Chiricahua' nountains and did most of their untlng In Barfoot canyon. This, the first time young Arthur has --Benson. Photo Shop Photo TOMBSTONE VIGILANTES and stage coach escorted members of Virginia Wood art class after their arrival recently by train from Bens'on ,to "The Town Too Tough to Die" for an hour of sketching of historic points in interest. Stagecoach driver 1 is Charles Chilton, Englishman, who left Tombstone Sunday after several weeks there gathering material for the British Broadcasting Co. Seated on top of coach are left to right, Elizabeth Gunter, Kay Getrwiller, Dolly Guest, Mrs. Wood, class instructor, and two Benson boys, .Billy Atwell and Ronny, son of Mrs, Wood. Looking from windows are Gwendolyn Ray, Katherin Pountney (Tucson) and Evelyn Watson. State Fair Opens Friday A t Phoen ix PHOENIX, Nov. 1.. (JP)--Arizona's .saddling up for- 10 .ays of high riding, with Friday the starting day for the tate fair with its theme "Arizona Covered Wagon Days." Tie royal purple of .sweepstakes awards will be ( on the top ntries among the finest exhibits ever to be entered .-for anti and attorneys for both sidesjbeen on 'such a camping-hunting - - - all failed to appear. Itrip. Southeastern 'Radio Dial K4WT -- DOUGLAS 1450 - . · KGLU -- SAFFORD 1480 KSUN -- LOWELL 1230 WEDNESDAY NIGHT 6:00 M»Jcr Believe Ban «:1S Make Believe Ball ·:30 Makp Believe Ball S:W MAke Believe BalJ American Forum American Forum £mployment Report Dinner Music News Fulton L«wta. Money for Putura Sam Hayes 7:00 You Bet Your Ldlc W Vou Bet Your Lite ·» : X u r ' 5/iSfI Attorney T:« Mr. Dlttrlct Attorney I'-iS i'iS 1:2$ J.43 Groueho Marx Groucho Marx Mr District Attorney Mr District Attorney Gabriel Heatter Mutual Newireel . This SlnclnB Countn* This SinsIliiK Country VHltu r« n * Aoventure Diamond Diamond J : ?? 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With _LoDez Luncheon wiflf Lo] es Kate Smith Speaks Lanny Ross Calls Tell Your NelBhbor GjSriel Heatter's Mailbai '.THURSDAY AFTERNOON NewsoaDer of the Air Sincerely Yours Morning Serenade Morning Serenade News "" " News Songs or Praise Queen For A Day Que °ife Can Bi BeautUul HoaeiofUfe t For A Day - . o Haonines. Rlcht 'to HaBDlEM Ladles Fair * Ladles Fair United Nations Siesta Time Brown . ste " a D ""« · - ft5S?wSSS-BTM»'. _8:4ii King Cole frto_ I Welrome-fTraveier 4:ls Welcomr Traveler 4:30 Aunt Ma? 1 ? _4_:45 Canada Calling Lets- Get Together DV 0 "^"""-"' Heart to Heat i Hoar Bands For Bonds Harvey Hardtas Sin*» Chuckle Wanon Chuckle Wagon News Mutual Music Jack Kirkwood Show Jack Kirkwood Show Welcome Traveleri Wolrom* Travelera Aunt Mary Rhythm Ranch »:DO £--i!w Neva a:U New* S:30 Ne...of the World a.-4.i Richard HarkBeai Khythm Ranch Newsjand Sports News of the World Studio Party Hillbilly Hoedown Frank Hemingway Hillbilly HOKlowB _ Sana Hayes ^ Straight Arrow Stralzht Arrow . Sky KinK Slcy King ompetition at any Arizona stat air. An all-time record $56,500 in remiums has been offered. Spectators will view exhibits in iruced-up buildings painted in th ayest colors. I All counties with le exception of'.Santa Cruz wil e represented in the mammoth splay of the state's agricultura ealth. More than $1,000,000 worth of eef -and dairy cattle, the state's est, will be on display and judging the cattle barns is 'Open to' the ublic during the opening, days of the fair. Square dance. organizations. from throughout "the. state' will compete in a square dance festival "to be held in conjunction with the fair. Joe Boykin, veteran Arizona square dance -.caller, is in charge of all technical details and will act as director'of this feature. 82-Ye^r-OW Is- Marshal Osmer Flake of Phoenix,' 82-year- old son of ajTnarly'.pioneer family, las .been' appointed town marshal for Wagon' Wheel Junction, "replica of an early pioneer town' which las been set up'on the fairgrounds :o carry out this year's theme. both morning and afternoon at the fair.' Industrial exhibits, home arts Tombstone and new discoveries in the fields of science and mining will have ample space on the fairgrounds. Among the more unusual ex-j tiibits. in the industrial buildings will be .Electro", the mechanical man who has confounded audiences E tt, ne \ v jth n i s parents ith his ability to smoke cigarets, ·'" ·' ' recite a jpeech and- even count Tap to, 10 on his. fingers. ·"- , " Officials in' charge, of the min -' TOMBSTONE, Nov. I.--Mr.' and Mrs. D. B. Morris "were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Rosasco, at ( the latters 1 home on Third and 'safford streets, Tombstone. ' . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Steffen had dinner at the , Top on, Sunday and then visited Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Flannary.at their home :n Lewis. Springs:. : '··-· Mr, and Mrs,-. Ted Carmeth left Monday morning'to spend'a short vacation in Tucson.. ~, and Mrs. Charles Marcoiix. Detroit, Mich., left Sunday morning after-spending a week: in Tomb- Rustic Trip To Tombstone Is Outdoor Art Season Mr. and .Mrs.: Robert Meisner, Highland,- Ind., - . were,' weekend guests- of- Mr., and Mrs. Cecir A. erals building have .announced aiBlake In their Tombstone home. Gov. Dan E.. Garvey and. Miss Arizona, Kathryn Lunsford, will be ionored-guests at the opening cere monies Friday at 10 a.m. 'Prescot ;enior high school will have th ifficial band. The governor and Miss Arizona will be escorted to the main gat n a stagecoach following a stree parade in Phoenix. The governor vill cut the ribbon officially open ng the fair to the public. Each day different states, coun ies, cities" and organizations wil e honored at-the fair, with high chool bands from the various Ariona cities and towns taking part n the festivities. ' v To te honored Saturday are the aachers, children, Boy Scouts, Girl couts; Campfire Girls, 4-H, clubs Future Farmers, Homemakers of. America, YMCA, YWCA and the ity of Yurna. Free stage shows will be held aily on the state in Fountain laza and as usual the midway vill be in its full glory to attract le children and adults alike". Horse Races Daily A horce race meet will be held ach afterneon of the fair and. on :e final Sunday a 100-mile automobile racs, featuring many of the ame cars and drivers that com- ete in the Indianapolis 500-miier, rill be'held. A goat showmanship contest, bigger than ever exhibit. An 89,000 carat garnet, once coveted by Adolph Hitler and surrounded with a-history steeped in ntrigue, .will be on show. Stored n the vault of a Phoenix bank, the 42-pound uncut gem is held in cus- ocly for its Brazilian owners. Newcomers Lease Oil Station At- Tombstone TOMBSTONB, Nov. 1.--Cecil A. Blake has leased the Chevron ervlce" station on the corner of 'irst and Allen from the Standard )il.Co. It was formerly operated jonsored by the Arizona Goat as- jciation, will, climax the 4-H club low, to include exhibits from sev- ral counties. All told,' there will be. 36 musical r g a n i z a t i o n s from the high chools, of the state. On six of the days, the young musicians will arade through downtown Phoenix efore going to' the fairgrounds. On the other four, they will, play by Lee R. Harman. Mr. and Mrs. Blake own their own'home on Safford street, having moved,to Tombstone in August from their former home in Lake Dale, Ind., where.Blake was superintendent of the Union Tank Car Co,, Whiting, Ind., .a company he was connected with for 32 years. Blake is a brother-in-law of R. B. Krebs, -a' long-time resident of Tonbstone. Mrs. Blake sings in the Tombstone Community Congregational church choir. The service station will be newly , painted and decorated this week, according to Blake. Confirmation Class At Tombstone Under Way TOMBSTONE, Nov. 1.--Rev. George H. Prer.dergast, vicar of St. Paul's Episcopal church, announced Sunday confirmation class would start yesterday at 7:30 p.m. in the church. The class will meet each Tuesday.for one hour until the. end of December. .Bishop Arthur B. Kinsolving, Phoenix, will be at St. Paul's Episcopal church for confirmation at the 11 a.m. service Sunday, Dec. 31. Miss. Mary Gee,'Who h'as been studying organ music under Rev. Prendergast, an accomplished organist, played the organ at the church service Sunday morning. VENETIAN BUNDS DI.DBU E BUILT E PAIRED E PAINTED ECONDIT1ONED o Look *.phi|r VENETIAN B L I N D GO, 729-739 EAST BROADWAY PHONE 2-8874 - 2-8875 Mr, and Mrs., G. P. Tidwell jind their son, Charles, are. leaving Thursday for a month's visit in Melbourne, Fla., their home before moving to Tombstone. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Moore and their oung son, D. J. are returning to Tombstone for the winter 'from heir home in Penaldsa, Kas. 'Services available, to all less of financial condition Arizona Mortuary, Inc. VERNA E. JfOCUM, Director Dial 4MMS8 7 East Third By JESSIE MLLER . BENSON,- Nov. 1.-- The Virginia Wood art class, Benson, included a number of interesting paints in this vicinity for their summer outdoor sketching classes, but members are in accord in acclaiming the one of last Wednesday as topping the list not^only in atmosphere, but' in method of conveyance. With Tombstone as, the destination, the group boarded a Southern Pacific train at -- ~~~ - r Benson depot -for a branch trip ru ning by way of Curtis, Fairbank and Patagonia at 12:15 p.m. Th train is popularly dubbed "th doodlebug!" A special, modern,' air-coole coach was obtained from El Pas so the trip could be made in gran style. The only passenger coac commonly used on the line is d vided into two sections-- with sea ng capacity, of 15 -- half used fo baggage and trainsmen supplies, Artists and guests, all with basKe unches, were treated to cqffe made on the train by Conducto S. T. Groff. Accompanying the part and sharing the feast was Jusk W Rupnik, special SP agent, Tucsor and Engineer Jack Garber, Do Fast Sketching, While, the train was switching .a 'airbanks, the class quickly dropped off the coach and did son? ast sketching around the depot. Arriving at "The Town Tot Tough to Die" the class was me jy a welcome salute gunfire from Vigilantes and a fine old stagecoach drawn by a sleek pair o horses reminiscent of the day vhen adventurers and, homestead ers headed west because . of "gold n them thar hills." The class scattered all over th ilace and worked rapidly because ength ,of time depended on how ong the engineer would stop there Sketches were made of the re- lowned Bird Cage theater, Crysta alace and old fire station; others btained views of the Wagon Wheel nd city hall. The train arrived back in. Benl on about 7 p.m Because of -a -number of the students being teachers in the schools here and others .employed with Mr. and Mrs. Jamw Brown and,' other 'friends' here. ;·:·; , . ' - . · · Mrs. Paul WatsonTand,children,. Christine -and- .Steven, -'went.' to Prescott Sunday for- a'; two-week visit with Mr. Watson's, parents. ·.'/. Mr. and Mrs. E..:W. .Croziet ar» in San Antonio, ,Texi, visiting their : son· and· his family, . : ; : .V- business firms being unable to at tend, outdoor sketching is planned Sunday, Nov. 12, at St. David in order that all will be able to go.- ·Students going to Tombstone included Dolly Guest, Zola Sherman, Carol' Brown, - Evelyn Watson, George 'Seeley, Elizabeth, Gunter, Seva^Pardee; Gwendolyn Ray, and Marjorie Brown and Instructor'Vir- ginia Wood. - Guests from Tucson were Mrs. Katherin Pountney, Miss Betty iguerra and Mrs. William Remy, while from Benson were" Leota Smith, Mrs. Ann Huddleston and: small-daughter, Mrs. Marie Laster, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Reed,,Mrs. Leonard Wood and Mrs. MORTGAGES Low Cost -- QuJck Service Life Insurants money and private funds to purchase, build or refinance, Residential and com merclal. ConveotlonaJ or K,tLA loans. . . . - · · Metropolilan Realty Co. Ask -for Mr. Grady ±525 B. Broadway Dial 5-K42 Moore, and- H. Worden, eastern visitor here. The art class was organized here during August last year. An exhibit here in the spring brought praise from outstanc'.ag critics In the field. Ribbons w-.-'e won by Marjorie Brown, Zola Sherman an£ Mrs. Hubert Harmon, now living tn Gilbertr with honorable ' mention going to GendoljTi Ray. Zola Sherman and Loren Bearse won ribbons on their water color scenics in. the Cochise county fair art exhibit at Douglas recently. Indoor .work will be resumed in early December. New members are accepted. Benson BENSON, Nov. 1.--The public lealth clinic will be closed here ;omorrow because the nurse, Mrs. Hargaret Morris, will be in Dougas to attend' a three-day "Arizona state . nurses' convention, she an nounced. The clinic will be open Monday of next. week and again on Thursday, the usual 'day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Evans, Eos- well, . N . 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