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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF PINAL COUNTY STATE OF ARIZONA. No: 4919 SUMMONS OPAL MAY DU PONT, nee Opal May Goodwin, by Robert F. Good win. her guardian ad litem. Plaintiff. vs: WILLIAM DU PONT Defendant. The State of Arizona to William Du Pont. Defendant. Greeting: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of Pinal County. State of Arizona, and answer the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of said Court, at Florence, in said county, within twenty days afier the ser vice upon you of this summons, if served in this said county, or’ in all other cases within thirty days thereafter, the times above men tioned being exclusive of the day of service, or judgment by default w ill be taken against you. Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior (Seal) Court of Pinal County. S'.ate of Arizona, this 21st day of October 1930 J. D. BENNETT. Clerk of said Superior Court: By MINNIE M. BENNETT. Deputy Clerk. HIGHLIGHT ON SPEECHES The democrats are making much at this time at this time of the de pression. They claim the unrest of the people is going to elect dem ocrats into office. This is not very consistent. They do not tell the voters that in the past during time of depression that came under a number of democratic presidents the nation took on prosperity when the democrats helped to put in a republican president. We like Gov ernor Phillips’ idea on the depres sion business. It is world wide de pression, non-political as far as this country is concerned, hut it is no time for wasteful expenditure of money by extravagant leaders. Safe, sane men are needed at the steering wheel just now. Senator Carl Hayden will always be Our Carl to the people of this valley, but many of his listeners thought that as most of his talk was devoted to telling about th? faults of President Hoover, and the presidntial election is two years away, he should have told us more about what his friend Governor Hunt has done for the state. Witl the exception of giving a commend ory runover of the democratic ticket and calling for straight votes, Carl held down to national questions. !; PURE ]! WHOLESOME RICH . , . ; j! MILK | i; Place Your Order j: WITH | j! Nichols Dairy i J; C • E. Nichols, Owner ! * •: HAVE YOU SEEN IT? Interior of "Silver” lounge Have you seen the new lounge car on Southern Pacific’s "Argonaut”? Silver painted, cool, in viting—with soda foun tain, barber, baths—the car is praised by everyone who rides this famous train. Every day the "Argo naut” speeds over the Sunset Route between New Orleans and Los Angeles. Its equipment includes the lounge car, Pullmans, tourist sleeper, chair cars, coaches and ? dining car styled by Southern Pacific. Southern Facias M. L. DURHAM Agent .. Phone 22 Locals MEETING TO ANNOUNCE AWARDS A special meeting of the women interested in the community booths at the Pinal County Fair will be held on the second day of the fair to announce the awards on the booths and to discuss plans for the next year. Miss Brown, state agent for home economics extension work, will judge the exhibits and be present o give us her experiences with fairs not only in this state but also in other states. It is expected that the women present will also have experiences with fairs in other places and that by pooling all this information we will be able to de velop new features for next year. This meeting will be at 10:30 on Thursday morning. Nov. 6. Fur ther announcements about the meet ings will be made at tlie commun ity booths on the fair grounds. REV. DIRK LAY VISIITS Tuesday Rev. Dirk Lay of Saca ton made a visit to Coolidge. Rev. Lay states that pageant plans are progressing and it is expected that .he entertainment held at the Ruins his year will surpass all held in the past. TO CONSTRUCT A FINE GARAGE Workmen from the water depart ment of the Arizona Edison Co. were busy Wednesday laying a pipe from Main street to lot 2. block 3. belonging to A. J. Dunnaway. The lot faces on Pinkley avenue. On ’he back of this lot. which adjoins the telephone exchange. Mr. Dun naway will construct a modern garage with living quarters above. BUSINESS IS IIMPROVING Dan Medigovich has changed the name of his res aurant to the Cool idge Case. He recently purchased this well-known dining place which has been known as the White Case. Mr. and Mrs. Medigovich came are from Globe. Mr. Milo Medigo ich is associated with his brother the business. They report busi es cons antly improving. tRS. C. COHN’S SISTER HERE On last Friday night’s train Mrs. A. J. Fine, of Tucson, arrived to visit a week or so with the family of her sister. Mrs. Chas. Cohn. LOOKING FOR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY A. M. Ward, wife and three chil dren. two girls and a boy. hecently arrived here from Batesv’ille. Ark. The children are now going to the Coolidge school. The Ward fam ily have taken over the Dr. W. Jackson new house in West Cool idge. Mr. Ward, who has been in the wholesale oil business, is here to look over business opportunities in this valley. BELIEVES IT A WONDERFUL VALLEY H. H. Rosenberg, representing Ihe Equitable Life Assurance So ciety of ihe United States was a ■uest at the San Carlos Hotel Thursday night. Mr. Rosenberg’s headquarters are in Phoenix. He is a strong believeh in a wonderful future for Coolidge and the valley I ie - elec t E.L. GREEN Judge of the Superior Court NEW ASSISTANT AT BANK Miss Bertha Grossman, a lady well known in Casa Grande and j this valley, has accepted a position -.vith the Arizona Southwest Bank ! of Coolidge. ATTEND HOME-COMING WEEK E Miss Ilrene Fredericks and Miss Melen Clem were visitors in the northern part of the state last Sat urday and Sunday. Accompanied by friends from Gilbert and Phoe nix they attended ihe Home-Com ing Week of the State Teachers' College. HAS GREAT FAITH IN COOLIDGE Dr. C. V. Steward, father of H. B. Steward, of Coolidge who ar rived here October 21st. has pur chased valuable Coolidge realty during the past week. The doctor has secured a business lot facing Main street, directly opposite the Coolidge Drug Co’s, store. It is the second lot from the corner of Main and Roosevelt streets. He has also purchased two improved residential lots, one being the Dr. Jackson property in West Coolidge. the home on which is now occu pied by the Ward family, and the o her the Lee Russel home and lot on West Wilson avenue. HALLOWE’EN BIRTHDAY PARTY At the Farnsworth home, west of i Coolidge. a Hallowe’en party was given last’Friday night to celebrate he 14th birthday of Miss Miriam Farnsworth. In both decorations and refreshments the Hallowe’en idea was carried out. Those pres ent were: Odessa Ball. Pearl Fisher. Abbie Dee White. ’ Alberta Nichols. Mar ha Jones. Moreno Howe. Jessie Nutt. Alois Dunagan. Thomas Howe. Billy lies. Alien Clem. Lloyd Ware. George and Carl Lane. Buddy Collins and Fred Neushammer. o BIG TIME AT WHY FAIR The Pinal County Fair opens Wednesday. October sth. Everybody residing in the Casa Grande valley should visit the fair one of the three days. November sth. 6th. or 7th. Visitors from Tucson. Phoenix. Chandler. Mesa, and from all points in this and adjoining counties will be here to take in Pinal county’s big show. The committee in charge of se curing the industrial, farming stock raising, domestic service and other exhibits, report success and i the big tent will have an attractive array of the resources of the great 1 valley. Thre will be community exhibits from Red Rock. Picacho. La Palma. Randolph. Florence. Ray. Superior.’ Sacaton. Arivaipa Canyon, the San Pedro country’, Borree Corners. Coolidge and all country points, be sides many fine exhibits to be; shown by automobile, farm machin ery and commercial houses hand ling all kinds of commodities THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER NEW ELECERIC PROJECT Electric District No. 3, consti tuting a potential farming area of 60,000 acres of land west of Casa Grande and in the vicinity of Mari copa and Hidden Valley, now has electricity. The current was turned on the recently constructed power lines to the district last Friday, according to A. V. Wynne, mana ger of the Arizona Edison company in the district. A high power line leading front the Salt River Valley-Sacaton line and into the heart of District No. 3 was begun the latter part of Sep tember, through contract let by the Arizona Edison company, and was recently completed with a sub-sta tion and transformers at a cost of more than a quarter of a million dollars. The line extends south from near Sacaton for about twelve miles to the substation, and west ward from there to Hidden Valley, a distance of seven miles. Under the present arrangement, the power will be sold to farmers, who must put in their own sub station and transformers, at the ra e of 1,9 cents per kilowatt hour. As soon as the Electrical District No. 3 is prepared to issue its bonds the'lines will be purchased by tlial | corporation from the Arizona Edi son company, and the latter will then sell the’ power for 1.7 cents per kilowatt hour. It is expec ed that at least 500 horse power of electricity will be in use by the farmers of this dis trict before next planting season. Work is to be commenced ou Distric No. 4, lying south of town, that will involve greater expend iture and open up a larger area than District No. 3, Wynne says. Investment by he Arizona Edison company in the two districts will be about three quarter million dol lars when the work is comple ed. — Casa Grande Dispatch. Bring the folks to the County Fair at Coolidge Nov. sth 6th and 7ih. S GRANDE Business World v n‘ Wide THE OLD RELIABLE Geo. W. Burgess IN PERSON Knows every foot of Casa Grande soil. Has sold thousands of acres of it to satisfied customers. WRITE-TELEPHONE-CABLE Or Wireless for a selection while the time is good. i P. W. HAMILTON Coolidge, • • • Arizoan Years’ activities In reporting the recent meeting held in Douglas by the Arizona Woman’s Clubs, the Douglas Dis patch published ihe reports made by the president of each club in the state. The following is the report of the president of the Coolidge Woman’s Club: “Mrs, R. J. Jones reported on Coolidge. The membership of the club doubled during the past year and programs have been held on Indian art, music and public wel fare. A clean-up campaign was held and donations given to the Arizona Children’s Home and the Florence Crittenton Home. A re ception was held for the teachers. A husband's supper was planned.” The above are extracts taken from the complete report, in which Mrs. Jones also explained the leas ing of the club house to the school trustees while the new school was building. o (Continued from page 1) important industry of caring for a dairy. And the boys of that in stitution now cut and transport the S7OOO worth of firewood needed for hearing during the winter. This is S7OOO saved in the expenses of man aging the institution and at the same time trains the boys in indus try. When Phillips became governor there were 170 inmates of the peni tentiary at Florence suffering from venereal diseases. All were ex posed to the danger and many had become infected since entering the prison. Today there are only four of the inmates being treated for *hcse diseases. The sum of $3200 was used by Covernor Phillips to purchase needed machinery for the prison farm. Since the purchase, excess products raised on the prison farm and not needed for the in mates have been sold sufficient to pay for this machinery. For years the Arizona State Hos pital at Phoenix for the insane has been but little short of a public scandal. The people of the state lave been disgusted with it. Gov ernor Phillips has provided a well balanced ration and done away with gambling and drinking there. The surgical room had not been used for years previous to the Phillips ad- ministration. Now it is restored and is in constant use. The death rate in Arizona was the highest on the average of any state in the Union in 1928, or 125 to the thousand; now it is reduced to 109 to the thousand. These are some of the improve ments begun under Governor Phil lips which should be carried for ward by him for two more years. He should be given a second term. o No one can accuse Senator Carl Hayden of not making a sincere democratic spech. and of course Carl lambasted the party in power. Henry Ashurst. Arizona’s other U. S. senator, is also on the job giving ihe republicans fits on general prin cipals. Both have been able to ac complish much for Arizona during their terms as congressmen, and the high points of their services has always been when the republi can party was in power. The re publican party has been the party of reclanimation. Under its admin istration the Roosevelt dam was built, under its administration the Coolidge dam was built, both named after great republica’n lead ers. Both stood well with these leaders and they got somewhere, and both know that under Governor Phillips Arizona is getting some where; but politics is politics. CHIFFON SILKQ p* c full fashion Qil Buy Now For Greater Savings Only because we planned this event in advance and had these stockings specifically made to our own specifications are we able to offer them at this low price. All silk from top to toe, featured in new colors. You’ll do well to buy half a dozen pairs at this price. Shades: Nuage, Fonce, Blonde, Dore, Brownleaf- Bahama, Pomenade, Rendezvous, Gun metal, Sunbask, Plage. Popular Dept. Store “The Shopping Center of the Valley” Main St., North of Ariz. S. W. Bank Coolidge THE DESERT WOMAN’S CLUB The Coolidge Examiner: The regular meeting of the De.s --< rt Woman’s Club was held at tlie home of Mrs, C. K, Kennedy, Octo ber 24th, with the president, Mrs. H. A. Wolf, presiding, Mesdames Payne and Sikes were guests at the meeting. An invitation extended to two couples from the Desert Woman’s Club o the Hallowe’en party at the Girls’ Industrial School was accept ed. One of the parties selected were Mr. and Mrs, C, G, Tucker the other to be named later. After an ineresting business .business meeting, the music chair man, Mrs. C, K. Kennedy, took j charge of the meeting. Poll call was responded to with quotations from famous musicians, Mhs. Eugene Chandler sang a group of See ch son-s, and Mesdames Kennedy and Chandler also sang a duet. | Club adjourned to meet with Mes dames John Kirkland and A. J. Albers November 14th. Delightful refreshments were j served by the hostess, Mrs. C, K. Kennedy.