Lincoln News Messenger from Lincoln, California on January 13, 1928 · 8
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Lincoln News Messenger from Lincoln, California · 8

Lincoln, California
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Friday, January 13, 1928
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PAca THE NEWS MESSENGER FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1928 SAVE TIME AND BOTHER PHONE FOR FOOD SPECIALS for SATURDAY Jan. 14th YERINGTON CREAMERY BUTTER 2 lb. square 95 c LIMA BEANS " 3'i pounds 25 C FANCY BLUE ROSE RICE 4 pounds 25 C LIBBYS PREPARED MUSTARD Jar JOC S. & W. BLACKBERRY PRESERVES, Lg. 16 oz. Jar 25 C SEE OUR BILLBOARD FOR OTHER SPECIALS On Rainy Days think of the convenience of OUR DELIVERY SERVICE. Just phone your order and your shopping is through we do the rest. The store where Quality Never Varies ' Vogt & Williamson THE S & W STORE PHONE S 77te ffl&XcJIL Store Colds Hit 'em earlv Even before they hit you... Hit 'em with INGRAM'S 1871 COLD TABLETS. Keeps you "hittin' on all four." Candy Say, call in and see what we can give you in HAAS' FINE CANDIES. Rexall REXALL "PETROFOL" heavy mineral oil saves you money. Seeds NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT. OURS ARE FRESH. Flashlights . GLOBES, FRESH BATTERIES, Etc. HESS' PANACEA and CONKEY'S REMEDIES Ingram's Drug Store BOX PAPER, TABLETS, ETC. Coming Prize Baby Show at the Strand Theatre. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'S MEETING Gold Lead Placer Mines, A Corporation , Notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Gold Lead Placer Mines, a Corporation, will be held at the office and principal place of business of said Corporation to-wit: The Auditorium in the Chamber of Commerce Building, 917-7th Street, in the City of Sacramento, County of Sacramento, State of California, on. the twenty-first (21st) day of January, 1928 at 7:30 o'clock p. m., of said day for the purpose of electing directors and the transactioa of such other business as may come before said meeting. Dated: This Third day of January, 1928. M. J. DILLMAN, President of said Corporation. ALLYN L. BURR, Secretary of said Corporation. JOHNSON & LEMMON, Attorneys for said Corporation. W. C. T. NOTES The program held at the January '6th meeting of the W. C. T. U. was under the direction of Mrs. Mc-Mains. The subject was Prayer and Social Morality. Rev. Greenlee gave a very impressive talk on prayer. Mrs. McMains told how we should teach the child by example as well as by lesson. Mrs. Borman told of the influence of the moving picture on the child for good or bad. Mrs. Harris read a very interesting paper on the effect of sensational newspaper articles. Mrs. Pember-ton told how the reading of good books and magazines shape the young mind. Mrs. Greenlee's talk on teaching the child the value of truth was splendid, she also sang beautifully a pleasing solo entitled "My Tack." Some very interesting cards and letters received from the soldier boys, who had received Christmas boxes from this Union were read. The next meeting will be held on January 20. Everybody welcome. Mrs. Bell Fowler is much better, but is not seen out much this foggy weather. Now for the Cleanup Men's'Overcoats In 3 Lots $14.95 All wool style Coats for the men who have be out doors. Grays, browns All wool plaid backs; 30-ounce fabrics ..with satin lining; all bargains $19.50 Satin lined yoke and sleeves; light tans, browns, grays; all wool California weight $24.75 Pictorial Review Patterns . Tha ECONOMY STORE Martha Washington Shoes THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY LINCOLN, CALIF PHONE 32 CLUB NOTES Mrs. Wm. Sparks. Jr., Chairman of the American Home division of the Lincoln Woman's Club arranged the program for the regular meeting of the Club Tuessday afternoon. The student body of the Lincoln Union High School, under direction of F. Liotta with Miss McElwain at the piano, delightfully sang a collection of songs which were greatly enjoyed and appreciated by the club members. Mrs. H. W. Ahart, County Chairman of the Placer County Home Department gave a twenty minute talk on the origin, aims and achievments of the Home Department and contribution this organization makes to rural life to miike better homes and better families. Agricultural institutions have been likened to a great factory, grinding out a product of infinite value which has been stored in warehouses- far from the consumer that the product was designed to reach. Lacking the force of retail agents, this product continued to accumulate without greatly affecting the consumer and his wants. Like the factory, the ag- gricultural institutions must have it agent close to the point of consump tion so that the product may be readily placed in the hands of those who need jt. These agricultural agents are now being established throughout the nation under the head of Farm Advisers and Home Demonstration Agents who are placed in the counties for the specific purpose of extending knowledge, through actual demonstration, which the Agricultural colleges and experiment stations have gained through the intensive research work of the investigators behind them. These agents work through the Farm Bureaus and Home Departments. Mrs. Ahart told of the great work that Miss Meads, County Home De monstration Agent had accomplished in the past two years. Her annual report showed that she had conducted 261 meetings in various parts of the county with an attendance of 15,929 persons in 1927. She had also made 236 home visits. At the conclusion of the program Mrs. Sparks assisted by Mrs. Iva Sparks and Mrs. J. Miligi served tea and delicious home made wafers to those present. 'arm B ureau Former Lincoln Girl Honored By Visit of Noted Englishman In a San Francisco paper of this week, appears an article giving an account of a visit of Sir Thos. Lip-ton to Miss Matilda Allison at Napa State Hospital, where she is engaged as dictaphone opeiator and also instructs the blind soldiers. She being blind herself, having, by supreme effort secured a wonderful education, devotes much of her time in instructing the blind throughout this country, and has traveled much in foreign countries. It was on one of these tours, that she met Sir Thomas Lipton, while traveling on the Atlantic, at which time he promised to visit her in her California home, and he kept his promise and on last Monday, called at the hospital to pay his blind friend the visit he had promised her, while on the great Atlantic liner. j That is was a surprise and a glorious one to know that one of such distinction had kept his promise was highly gratifying and convinces us that there are many good people in the world. Miss Allison is known as the daughter of the American Legion, as she has done much comforting work among the blind buddies of the World's War. She is State Chaplain of the Woman's Auxilliary of the American Legion. She also does much Red Cross work. . She was voted the most popular girl in Napa County at the Armistice Day Celebration held in Napa recently, and she turned all money collected by said contest over to the American Legion Post at Napa,.thus showing her real character and feelings for others that are afflicted and in need. Miss Allison is the daughter of Mrs. A. Engellenner of Lincoln, is a sister of Amos Engellenner of Lincoln and Mrs. Frank Nelson of Wheatland. She is a most wonderful woman, although being bereft of her sight many years ago, she did not become discouraged, but kept steadily on, and today is looked upon by people in the educational world of this country and many foreign countries, as a marvel in social and educational matters. ROTARY MEMBERS HEAR FINE TALK (f;h DRESS gPlb HATS $3 $4 $5 $6 A FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST STYLES AND COLORS WE ARE AGENTS IN LINCOLN FOR John B. Stetson Hats $800 LION BRAND WORK SHOES WEATHERBIRD ALL LEATHER SHOES FOR BOYS FLORSHEIM and BEACON DRESS SHOES FOR MEN JO. ' SAM COLDEEN,PROR LINCOLN, CALIF. HOME DEPARTMENT NOTES The Lincoln Home Department will hold their next meeting at the Club House, Wednesday afternoon, January 18 at 1:30 p. m. This will be the second lesson and demonstration on the "First Aid and Care of the Sick" project. Different types of bandages will be used and a study of the thermometer will be some of the things demonstrated at this meeting. The meeting will be conducted by Miss Helen Meads, assisted by Mrs. Mary Wiswell and Mrs. G. C. McAdow. The Lincoln 4-H Ag. Club of girls will meet at the H. W. Ahart ranch next Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p. m. The girls are requested to bring material for slips and sewing equipment. Part of the afternoon will be devoted to making healthful sweets. Last Friday at their noonday lunch- the members of the Rotary Club had the pleasure of hearing a mighty fine talk on "Rotary Morals." The speaker was Mr. Hilliard, former banker of Lodi, but now of Sacramento with the United Trust and Savings Bank. Accompanying Mr. Hilliard to Lincoln was the old Rotary stand-by, Charles Bills, also a banker of Sacramento. Mr. Bills is a frequent visitor to the Lincoln Rotary, and evidently finds much pleasure in coming here, where he has many friends to urge his visits. Boy Scout News ATTENDING NEVADA UNIVERSITY Miss Alice Beninghoff, of the Fruitvale section, left last Sunday for Reno, where she entered the University of Nevada. Miss Beninghoff has many friends in and about Lincoln, who will wish her much success in perfecting herself in the various lines of art which she will take up. K -SKi "Z'-i vi7f:4' I'i'-.-ir -tt- J, I m 1 MB The Scout leaders of Tahoe Council held their first meeting in Lincoln, Wedensday evening, January 11. C. C. Scott, local Scoutmaster, acting chairman, was nominated and elected President ad Chas. Thomas, Lincoln, secretary of the association. Dinner was served in fine fashion by Mr. Goodenough and assisted by local Boy Scouts. The idea of the asociation is to meet every three months to exchange ideas and difficulties which may come before a Scoutmastser or leader in his troop. Scout Executive Ricksecker explained to those present, the Big Scout Rally to be held in Roseville, February 11, in the high school gymnasium. Those present were Executive Ricksecker, Judge Tuttle, Attorney Orrin Lowell, Scoutmaster M. Mob-ley, W. S. Due, J. H. Holsclau, Roy Lukens, C. C. Scott, Chas. Thomas. Committeemen were: J. E. Fowler, R. C. dinger, J. L. Elder, R. F. Good-enough and W. W. Seaver, Walter Jansen Sr., official members of Tahoe Council. The next meeting will be held some time in April; the meeting place not yet decided. Don't forget the Big Scout Rally in Roseville, February 11. Come and see what our local Boy Scouts are ' doing. THE ONE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY MIENT A C ALL IN ONE Call or telephone for demonstration No obligation WYATT Hardware Co. 'Don't say Hardware, say Wyatt' Efficiency T"0VN the road it travels, one of the most efficient things on wheels. Coils of wire arc stored inside. Tools are in the snug lockers. Pike poles and shovels are in their racks. A big winch is bolted to its frame and there are pipes of steel from which to form a sturdy derrick. Sometimes it draws a trailer loaded with long, straight poles. Sometimes it bears a heavy reel of cable. Often its load is men. The telephone truck gets many a glance as it passes. For whether on the peace-time job of construction and maintenance or bound to where snow and sleet have made for it battle ground, it means power, speed, efficiency, economy and human loyalty, united in the task of making telephone-service better, broader, more dependable. The Pacific Telephone And Telegraph Company bell system One Policy One Syttem - Univertal Service The Greatest Feature Of Our Greatest Sale .Doll Comes to The Nonpareil January 18 th Watch for this great event. We've been preparing for it and we know that great as all other features in this sale have been this one is going to eclipse them. See TUESDAY'S BEE and WEDNESDAY'S UNION Values So Good We Must Limit It To One Day The Nonpareil 610 K STREET SACRAMENTO, CALIF. DOES YOUR FORD START HARD? IF so, see ME I can remedy it, and give you more mileage at a small cost by installing a STRANSKY VAPR1ZER and DECARBONIZER in ft a few moments. I VAPR1ZER FOR TRACTORS and TRUCKS. II Park Garage and Service Station f , OPPOSITE SWIMMING POOL l HARRY ROGERS, Prop. 8 TEL. 104 LINCOLN 8

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