FRIDAY. AUGUST 31, 1915
State Guard Maps
Imperial valleys State Guard
units will enter into a vigorous
campaign to recruit volunteers be
tween the ages of 17 and 64 during
.the month of September, it was
Under a new ruling those men
Who have reached their seventeenth
birthday may be recruited to serve
two hours one night each week in
guard units in Calexico. Holtville
El Centro and Brawley.
Opportunities to obtain intensive
training of value if they are in
ducted into the armed forces will
be provided. Major Elmer Heald.
Third Battalion commander with
headquarters in El Centro, de
In Calexico a rifle company is
under the command if! Capt. Earl
D Roberts, and a medical detach
ment under the command of Capt
Karl Kortheur. In El Centro the
battalion headquarters unit is
commanded by Maj. Heald and a
rifle company by Capt. H. K. Mc-
In (Brawley Lt Milton Carr com
mands Company E. a rifle com
pany Holtville members train as
members of the El Centro Com
pany. Calipatria members train
with Brawley at the present time.
“YOU C AME ALONG"
Robt. Cummings-Liza Beth Scott
“IT S IN THE BAG”
•loan Fontaine-George Brent t
“The Forbidden Trail”'
Fox Capitol Theatre
“TWO O'CLOCK COI RAGE" I
Broadway Theatre ,
"CISCO KID RETURNS"
I Holtville Theatre
“BELLS OF ROSARITA"
Roy Rogers—. Also
Edna Morrison Studio
| 626 Main - El Centro - Ph. 181
We are thankful
That the occasion for our “ad" is a
thing of the past
To those whose courtesy helped accom
iilate the considerable amount available
for bond purchases.
For The Duration
Commissions On All
--> WAR BONDS
the Best Policy"
Phone 160 608 Main
Adele Khoury Carmencita
Mistress of Ceremonies Exotic Dances
Tracy La Marr Aureli+a
Specialty Dancer Dance Specialties
HELD OVER - "DUSTY ' NEELY S BAND!
THREE FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY,
8-10-12 P. M.
Steak and Chicken Dinners
7 P. M. TO 10 P. M. -- $1.50 AND $2.00
SANDWICHES 10 - 12 P. M.
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE IMPERIAL 270
Of Interest toWomen
By USO Club
A full week end of activities has
been planned for the USO club over
the double holiday, according to
Miss Bettie Rowe, director.
Leading off at 8 p.m. Friday are
to be the ping-pong and pool tour
naments, now’ a weekly feature.
Free phone calls home will be given
as prizes, if enough contestants are
The band from MAG 42 at the
marine base will provide music for
the weekly Saturday night dance,
starting at 9 p.m.
Highlight of the weekend will be
Sunday night when the club will
celebrate official V-J Day. marking
the signing of surrender terms. Free
recordings will be made by the
American Legion from 6 to 11 p.m
under the direction of Mr. McNa
mee. Free ice cream cones will be
.served to all servicemen and wom
en du'ing those hours.
Completing the week-end's activ
ities junior hostesses will attend a
dance at the Holtville Naval Air
station at B:3t Monday night, with
Mrs. Isabel Bradshaw in charge.
A ranch party at the home of Mrs.
Florence Lankard was held Thurs
day night for junior hostesses and
Winners of the weekly bridge
tournament Wednesday night were
Corporal and M. E. Hoffa,
combined score in the elementary
group; Master Technical Sergeant
Joe Inman, travelling prize and
men's high: and Mrs. Laura Pro
how. women’s high. Mrs. J. D.
Townsend and Miss Alberta Han
sen are instructors.
BRAWLEY YOUTH NAMED
FOR WEST POINT
Malcolm Edw’ard Ryan Jr., of
Brawley. Thursday wa.s notified
that he had passed the competitive
examination and received Repre
sentative John Phillips’ appointment
to West Point. A graduate of Braw
ley high school with the class of
1945. Ryan is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Malcolm Edward Rvan Sr.
- E, G CHURCH SERVICES -
FIRST METHODIST Eighth and Olive
<!ueet<. Rex Kenneth A Carlson. pas
t«>! Morning worship. 11 o'clock. Rev
Hayden Sears, guest pastor Soloist,
('pi Charles Rhodes, tenor Teach Me
ria,'..” Mrs. James Francis, organist
CHURCH OF CHRIST Seventh and Bright
ton Morning worship. 10:15 Commun
ion. I‘J Sermon topic. Fourth Chapter.
Ephesians. Evening worship, 8.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Subject. (’hii<*
Jesus.” The law was given by Moses,
but grace and truth came by Jesus
(’hi ist This verse from the Book of
John will be the golden text of the
Sunday lesson-sermon on "Christ Jesus ’
m all branches of the mother church,
the First Church of Christ. Scientist, in
| Insurance .
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AS COMPLETE AS YOU NEED
AS CLOSE AS YOUR PHONE!
C. A. IRVING
831 Main Phone 974
By RUTH MILLETT
Funny world all of a sudden, isn't
it—with everything working in re
Instead of worrying over what is
going to be rationed next, we are
wondering what is going to be the
next item to go off the ration list.
Instead of worrying about being
frozen to our jobs we are worrying
about whether or not we will hold
Instead of trying to get a few
pairs of sheer rayon stockings a
head. we are wondering if what we
have will last until nylons are back
on the market.
Instead of that wistful phrase
' when the war is over" we are now
saying “Now that the war is over.”
Instead of fretting over scarce
articles, we say philosophically.
Well, it won't be iong now.”
Instead of worrying over ration
stamps, we are adding up discharge
points for every member of the
family in service.
Instead of saying "How many
points.” when w r e hold up a can of
fruit or vegetables we are again
asking how much?" .
Were riding again instead of
walking, and finding that "fill 'er
up" rates high among the world's
most beautiful phrases.
Instead of worrying, were relax
Instead of making plans for a va
cation at home, we’re wondering
where we can go.
"When will he be shipped home?"
has ieplaced “When will he go over
-seas?" as the big. important ques
Peace- it's wonderful.
COURT SETS TRIAL DATES
i ON PLEAS OF NOT GUILTY
September 24 was set Friday by
Superior Judge V’aughn N. Thomp
son for two trials after pleas of not
guilty had been entered in both
cases. Estelle Hart. Niland mother,
will be tried then for neglect of
her two children, and Monico Ponce
will come to trial for the alleged
knifing of Felix ,Cardenas in a
Boston A Bible selection item Matthew
reads. In the end of the sabbath, as
began to dawn . came Mats Mag
dalene and the other Marw to see the
sepuk'hie And. behold, . the angel
of the Lord descended from heaven, and
■ante and rolled back the stone from
the do<>:. and sat upon it . . . And
the angel . . . said unto the women.
Feat not i . for I know that ye seek
Jesus, which was crucified He is not
here: for he is risen, as he said "
Mary Baker Eddy writes in "Science
and Health with Key to the Scriptures "
Jesus could give his temporal life into
his enemies' hands; but when his earth
mission was accomplished, his spiritual
life, indestructible and eternal, was
found forever the same. He knew that
matter had no life and that real life is.
God: therefore he could no more be
separated from his spiritual Life than
God could be extinguished. "
FOURSQUARE GOSPEL Eighth and Or
ange. Rev VV. R. Allen, pastor: Church
school. 9:45 a.m.. Guy Anderson, super
intendent. Morning worship. 11 o’clock
Crusaders. 6:30 p.m. Evening worship.
7:45 o'clock: sermon topic. The Lost
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Rev Dwight H
Ball. pastor: Union se; vices at the
First Baptist Church. Seventh and Or
ange. 11 a.m . Rev. Dwight H Ball,
FIRST BAPTIST Orage avenue at 7th
street Rev. Charles H. Burrill. pastor:
Church school. 9:15;. Luther J. Sharp,
superintendent. Morning worship, 11:
union service with Presbyterian Church.
Rcy Dwight Ball, pastor First Presby
terian Church. s|M-akcr. Ladies' tri<t
Mrs H. House. Mrs. I. Harris. Mrs. L.
Fectham. Mrs. Larry Feetham. director
High School B. Y. F.. 7 p.m.: combined
Baptist Youth Fellowship and evening
worship. S o'clock. Special music. Sing
at close of evening service.
SALVATION ARMY 635 Broadway, Phone
511. Major and Mrs. Thomas VV. Pipes,
commanding officers. Sunday school, 10
a. r» : holiness meeting. 11 a. m :
Young Peoples Legion. 6:30 p m : sal
ration meeting. 7:45 p m.: public
meetings Tuesday. Thursday and Satur
day at 7:30 p m ; Home League meet
ing for ladies. Thursday from 2 to 4 p. m
ASSEMBLY OF GOD TABERNACLE—Tenth
and Park avenue Rev. Kenneth R
Schmidt, pastor. Church school. 9 U’
a m superintendent. Miss Opal Rea
ve. Morning worship service. 10:45
a. m Special music. Church Orches-
tra. Christ Ambassadors. 6:30 p. m
Evening Evangelistic service. 7:45 p. m
Special music. Church Orchestra.
ST. PAWL’S EPISCOPAL South Fifth
street Father Edward Hurchinson.
rector Mass 10 a. m
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC—Fifth and Or
a nee streets Father Dennis Barry.
Masses Sunday at 8 and 10 a. m . daily
at S a jit. r
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER
DAY SAINTS (Mormon) —Veterans Hall.
Tenth and State streets. C. A Gardner,
branch president. Priesthood meeting, 10
a m Relief society. 10 a. m.: Sunday
school, 10:45 a. m.; Sacrament meeting
7 p. m : primary. 4 p. m. Monday;
EDWARDS CHAPEL C. M. E- Church-
First and State streets. Rex. Howard
IMPERIAL VALLEY PRESS’ EL CENTRO. CALIFORNIA
Two weddings in the past week
have uni’ed personnel at the Holt
ville Naval Auxiliary Air Station.
In the first, held in Yuma August
26. Elizabeth A. Bigger. S 2 c of
the WAVES, became the bride of
Norman E. Price. BM 2 c. Navy.
The First Methodist church in
Holtville was the setting August 27
for the wedding of Miss Margaret
Thelma Mathisen, S 1 c of the
WAVES, and Frobert Frances Lo
throp. S 1 c. Rev. Joseph McShane
performed the ceremony.
The bride, attended by Mrs.
Frances -Kimberg, was given in
marriage by Lt. J. B. Deuel. Laur
ence A. Jackson. BM 2 c. was best
man and host at the reception at
ms home following the ceremony.
Music was provided by two
WAVES, Joy W. Kennedy and Ruth
RED STAMPS. Book 4
Gocd through August 31 Q 2, R 2.
S 2, T 2. U 2.
- Good through September 30 V 2
W 2, X 2, Y 2, Z 2.
Good through October 31—Al, Bl
i Cl, DI, El, Fl. Gl. Hl. 11, JI, KI.
SUGAR STAMPS Book 4
Stamp 36 good for 5 pounds through
SHOE STAMPS Book 3
Stamps 1,2, 3 and 4 good Indefi
HIPASS CAMP CHILDREN
TO RETURN SATURDAY
R. P. Ostrander, president of the
Hipass Health Camp corporation,
reported Friday that no further
cases oL scarlet fever have develop
ed at file camp, and that children
will arrive home on schedule Sat
Buses from Camp Lockett will
park on the west side of the court
house where the children are to be
picked up by their parents about 11
a.m., Ostrander said.
W. Potts. pastor. Church school 10
<i. m Morning worship ’’ a m . Mis
sionary Society Club in charge. Special
musie. The Five Gospel Harnmnizeis
and the Morning Star Quartette from’
s.<n> to p. m
it didn't exactly take a
war to make buick and
gme truck owners ap
preciate their cars an<j
trucks but most of them
are quite thankful that
they had dependable
transportation when the
time came that they
couldn't replace them, it
isn't too early to consid
er the make of your next
car or truck buick will
still continue to make
the best of the passenger
cars and gme trucks will
do everything you expect
of a truck.
robertson & duringer
7th & main, el centro
Our Men in Service
Major Frederick P. Heald, flight
surgeon with the army air forces,
has returned to this country after
two years in India near the Burma
border. He arrived in Florida from
overseas and was assigned to a hos
pital there, but expected to be trans
ferred to a western hospital. Mrs.
Heald, who has been spending the
summer at Lake Arrowhead with
their three children. Alan. Phillip
and Kathy, planned to jom him as
soon as possible.
Major Heald is the son of Judge
and Mrs. Elmer Heald, who are in
San Diego at present.
Back from two and one-half
years in Africa and Italy is Cap
tain Burton Brock, flight surgeon
with the army air forces. Captain
Brock saw action in several battles
in the Mediterranean theater. He
and Mrs. Brock, the former Shirley
Mae Carey, were in El Centro last
week visiting his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Brock, and his brother
Captain Brock's youngest brother,
Staff-Sergeant Don Brock, wrote
his parents some time ago that he
expected to be leaving France for
an undisclosed destination. He ar
rived in France in May with a topo
Staff-Sergeant E L. "Ted" Ken
ny has returned to this country
after 29 months in Iran with a
special service engineering outfit.
He was returned with the closing
of the Persian Gulf Command. He
is now on 45-day furlough visiting
his father E. L. Kenney and Mrs.
Kenny. The latter is an X-ray
technician with the WAC in an ar
my hospital in the San Francisco
For outstanding achievement in
connection with military operations
against the enemy on Okinawa.
PFC. J. W. Horner. Brawley, has
been awarded the Combat Infantry
badge. It was on Okinawa that Pvt.
Horner saw his first action. He is
an automatic rifleman with the
305th infantry, 77th division. He
wears one star on his Asiatic-Pa
cific ribbon. His wife Mrs. J. W.
Horner and son Elvin live in Braw
ley where the infantryman was a
tractor operator before entering the
PFC. Sol Rowlett has landed on
Okinawa and is looking for scujve
nirs to send home, according to
word received by his wife, the for-
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This is the sixth of a series I
of ads to better acquaint you % / | \ * j *
with your District Power ys- £ 011 T I'lStl I CI I OIVCT
A Post-War Plan
that was made
before the war!
Planning ... it is the secret of success in your District
Planning, from the very beginning, for a system econ
omical enough to pay its way. flexible enough to take im-
Iprovements without costly alteration..
Planning, always, for maximum safety at minimum
cost —the kind of safety which made it possible to prevent
flB lengthy interruptions in power service during the recent
Planning, from the foundations up. for a system which
k can grow as its community grows.
PLANNING PAY-AS-YOU-GO GROWTH ON A
BUILD-AS-YOU-GROW BASIS. KEEPS YOUR POWER
SYSTEM UP TO DATE. ;•
NOW--war restrictions are modified
Your development plans
can carry on
IT 8 LONG RANGE PLANNING THAT
MAKES YOUR POWER PAY
Use Yuur Owe Power-Moke it Pay for the All American Canol
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mer Eula Mae Jones of Imperial
and their son. 11 months old Dan
ny. PFC Rowlett-is the son of Mrs.
Phil Mastenbrook of El Centro.
Two more Imperial Valley boys
have enlisted in the navy and are
awaiting their call to active duty
when they will be assigned to the
naval training station in San Diego
for indoctrination and recruit
training. They are Zearl James Cot
ney Jr.. 17. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Zearl James Cotney Sr.. 534 South
Eighth street. El Centro; and Mark
Kingsley Bonesteele, 17. son of Mr
and Mrs. L. R. Bonesteele of Holt
! T sth Mary C. Carpenter, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Car
penter of El Centro, is now in
Frankfurt, Germany, where she is
working with the Allied industrial
control council which has taken
over the Farben industries. The El
Centro WAC has been overseas five
PFC Ted F. Monroe. Heber, is a
member of the 85th Division on his
way home from Italy to undergo fi
nal screening to determine whether
he will return to civilian life. His
division is the first selective serv
ice division to be inactivated. It was
part of the Fifth army in Italy and
has been restaffed and is now com
posed entirely of men who have ad
justed service rating scores of 85
Gerald Tinkle, painter 2c. is in
El Centro on a 15 day leave from
Jacksonville, Fla. visiting his wife.
Elsie, at 680 Olive. In the navy
since Dec. 4, 1941, Tinkle was sta
tioned at Dutch Harbor for 19
months. He will report back to
Florida after his leave is completed
Howard Albert Kelso, torpedo
man’s mate third class, of Holtville
Is aboard the Santee in the Pacific.
His carrier is said to be the only
| carrier to take a loaded Kamikaze
through her top and a torpedo i
through her side in the same action
without halting operations.
PFC Noel Patterson. Brawley, is
a member of a quartermaster serv
ice unit which was reprocessed at
Camp Cleveland assembly area
command in France, preparing for
service in the Pacific. The unit
moved onto the European continent
last month to operate a railhead
After 14 months service overseas
in England. France. Holland and
Germany. Sgt Edward Dean Arm
strong is home spending a furlough
with his parents Mr and Mrs E E.
Armstrong of Brawley.
American army engineers have
rehabilitated 14.367 miles of rail
road track in Europe
Imperia! Valley Press
Established April io. inoi
Published even.ngs except Saturday
ar.d Sunday, in combination with the
Sunday POST-PRESS. by the Imperial
Valley Publishing Company. 625 State
St., El Centro Calif.
Paul Jenkins. Publisher
Mfmhri United Press California News
paper Publishers Assn. West Holliday
Co . Ine . national represejitatives
Rates •including Sunday N^st -Press
Single copy. 5c carrier paid-in-ad
vanre: 1 month. si PO; ? months.
$2.75: 6 months. $5.25. 1 year. SIO.D<»
By mail: 1 month. M «*’ 3 months
$2.50: 6 months. $4 50; 1 year, $8 Hi)
Outside of California. $1 DO per month
Entered at El Centro. Calif . post
office as 2nd e'.ass mail
t ASSEMBLY of GOO CHURCH
TENTH STREET AND PARK AVENUE
"In El Centro to Do Good"
SERVICES—9:4S Sunday School.
10:45 a.m.—Morning Worship.
7:15 p.m.—Evangelistic Service.
Rev. Kenneth R. Schmidt, Pastor
IV ALLEY DRUG CO|
M. 3. HORTON I
Phone 54-55 501 Main Street |
SHOE STORE MANAGER
GOES TO LOS ANGELES
M. Lederman, manager of Karl’s
Shoe Store in El Centro the last
five years will leave the middle of
[ September to take over the man
agership of the company’s Los An
geles store, it was announced Fri
The pine tree is the state tree
First Church of
Branch of the Mother
Church. The First Church of
Christ. Scientist, in Boston,
Mass , holds all services in
the church edifice, corner of
Severn b and Olive avenue.
Sunday morning services,
i 11 am.
Wednesday evening services
continuing through July. Sun
day School discontinued until
third Sunday in September.
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