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Elledge were attending busi ness in Phoenix Tuesday. D. B. Mauldin, of Marana, was a business visitor in Coolidge Wednesday. Clayton Jjovelace visited friends in Chandler over the week-end. Jack Ashley is building a residence on North Main street, near the Legion hall. Mrs. C. S. Hoffman and Miss Lois Bowden were vis itors in Superior Sunday. Glen Dorsey, of Blythe, Calif., visited friends in Coolidge Sunday. T Joe Long was a business visitor in Phoenix Wednes day. Mrs. Willie McNatt, of the local telephone office was a rodeo visitor at Tucson Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Waymer Gadden, of Continental, Ari zona, were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith this week. J. W. Deco u, district agent for the Rio Grande Oil Co. here, attended the an nual sales conference of his company at Phoenix last week. Mrs. Kate Brady, Mrs. Pearl Armstrong and Thom as Cline arrived here from San Francisco Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Moxlejq who are relatives. Raymond Cheeley and Wheeler Holmes made a business trip to Superior Tuesday. M. E. Sweeper, proprietor of the Hub Blacksmith Shop has perfected a thread-cut ting machine, which is in use in his shop. Sheriff Walter Laveen was looking after business mat ters in Coolidge Monday. He reports that the county jail is almost filled with people who are serving sentences for drunk driving. Lieut. Ralph G. Vaughn, of the Pacific Western Air ways, Los Angeles, Calif., was carrying passengers from the Coolidge landing field in a new air transport tri-motored monoplane Tues day of this week. Mrs. Dye and Mrs. Ballard, of Mesa, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Fain, of the Fain Grocery. The visiting ladies are nieces of Mrs. Fain, who is ill with the flu. Frank Smith and family moved from near Weaver’s service station to the Mcln tire property in North Cool idge Thursday. Fred Sauerburg has sold his service station in Flor ence and will move his lesi dence to Coolidge where he plans to enter business. o ) COOLIDGE METHODIST .... -■CHURCH - Glen E. Smiley, Pastor Church School 10:00 a. m. Morning worship 11:00 a. m 7:00 p. m.—Epworth League. 2.30 p. m. Thursday—Woman’s Missionary Society. 7:00 p. m. Thursday—Chorus re hearsal. The district Missionary Institute of the Tucson District was held at University Church, Tucson, Wednesday of this week. Dr. Crawford, secretary of the Board of Missions was in attendance and delivered a very helpful address and gave needed advice. Slowly, but surely the New Meth odist Church is being completed. The pastor and i embers of the Methodist Church thank the com munity for its fine cooperation in the erection of this building. It is hoped that it will be a monu ment to the spirit of the Master in Coolidge, Arizona. JUDGE THOMPSON’S SON DIES IN MIAMI Hasten Bird Thompson, 34, son of Judge and Mrs. W . A. Thompson- of Coolidge, died in the Globe hospital last Saturday night at 11 :00 o’clock, following an attack of pneumonia. He had been a resident of Miami for some years, where he was em ployed as a bus driver. Fu neral services were held in Globe Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. and interment made in the Pinal cemetery. The departed is survived by his parents and two broth ers, Carl and Felix, of Cool- 1 idge; also, two sisters, Mrs. A. R. Hurst and Miss Mary Blanche Thompson, of Lare do, Texas. We join the many frieu'ds of the bereaved family m sincere condolence. o « ! IN MEMORIAM In memory of our dear loved one, Horace Hum phries, who was taken from us Feb. 26, one year ago to day. It was sad, indeed, the way you had to die, Without a chance to say goodbye. Your spirit flew before we knew That you from us had gone. If you had raised your head, And bade us all a last fare well The blow would not have been so hard To those who love you so well. Loving and kind in all your ways, Upright and just to the end of your days; Sincere and true in your heart and mind, A beautiful memory you left behind. You had a nature we could not help - loving, A heart that was purer than gold, And to those who knew you and loved you, Your memory will never grow cold, We miss you dear one. Mrs. Anna Humphries and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lacey. o JOKES Law Student: “Do you be lieve kissing is unhealthv?” She: “I couldn’t say—l’ve never . . .” Law Student: “You’ve never been kissed?” She: “I’ve never been sick.” Willie: “Daddy, do they raise political plums from seeds?” Father: “No, my son. Sometimes a bit of grafting is necessary.” o ALL-STATES BANQUET A SUCCESS The All-States banquet given by the Woman’s Aux iliary of the Community Church of Coolidge at the Manse last Tuesday was a highly enjoyable affair and was a success in every derail, owing to the cooperation of so many interested ones. The Auxiliary wishes to thank all for their splendid coopera tion. According to previous an nouncement, p'rizes were given and the following la dies served as judges: Mes dames D. O. Corn man, P. W. Hamilton, Wm. Ray, W D. Kirby, C. M. Mangun, C. J. Preece and W. R. Elliott. The business men of Cool idge generously donated suitable articles for prizes, which was greatly appre ciated. The hospitality committee who prepftred the dinner consisted of Mesdames J A. McLaurin, Ben Harris, R. T. Prather, C. E. Nichols and J. J. Jones. The Young Peo ple’s Sunday School class waited table and furnished part of the program. The Auxiliary has been quite successful throughout the series of their programs for the past year, and has realized a few hundred dol lars for the building fund. UNO SALE POSTPONED Applications for purchase of State Land in Pinal Coun ty have been coming in to such an extent that the con templated sale during the month of March has been postponed to allow all that desire to purchase state lands in this county to par ticipate, according to Charles P. Mullin, State Land Commissioner. This •contemplated sale, advises yir. Mullin, will be the larg est .sale of state land held in Pinal county for many years. In order that all desiring to purchase state land may have ample time to make ap- Tdications Mr. Mullin has ar ranged that applications will be received until March loth and that the board of appraisers, consisting of a representative of the State Land Office, Mr. J. R. Treat of Florence and Mr. Paul H. Hobby of Coolidge, will con tinue making appraisals un til that date. Mr. Mullin also states that blank appli cations may be had at the local office of Mr. Treat at Florence and Mr. Hobby at Coolidge. o - TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN The Firemens insurance Com pany of Newark, New 1 Jersey, here by gives notice that its blank pol icy na» her 101, formerly in the ha»4s of Jack Garrett, a former a.«ient of the Company at Coolidge, Arizona, has been lost, '.mislaid, stolen or fraudulently and or un lawfully issued, and said Company will not be responsible as insurers for any loss claims under the said policy and said policy is hereby declared null and void by the Com pany. Anyone having any knowledge of the whereabouts of said policy shall please notify the FIREMANS INSURANCE COMPANY, 220 Bush Street, San Francisco, California. Ist pub. Feb. 28, 1936. Last pub. Mar. 13, 1936. KNOX JERSEY DAIRY We Feed For Flavor !.« i j FAEMER&2 } j! Get Work j >1 Qet OS || tractor! •! 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On January 1, 1936, the stored water of the project amounted to 103,000 acre feet and the supply avail able from pumps is estimat ed to be 72,000 acre feet, making a total of 175,000 acre feet available for ap portionment. The lands of the project Which will be ready fbk cultivation on March 1, and thereafter will need irrigation water during the season, it is estimated, may reach but will not ex ceed 85,000 acres. The re quirements of Federal and State agencies and towns, it is estimated will not exceed 5,000 acre feet of water. Rains probably will in crease the stored water available during the season and the above estimate of the acreage to be put in cul tivation may not be reached, all of which may make more water available for those lands that are put in culti vation. Great care should be exercised to avoid unnec essary depletion of the proj ect’s underground water supply through excessive pumping operations. Ac cordingly as and when the stored water supply in creases the proposed draft on the underground supply should be reduced propor tionately until the actual draft for the year is brought within the estimated safe an nual draft from that source of approximately 50,000 acre feet. In accordance with the foregoing, the stored and pumped water supply of the San Carlos project, less the 5,000 acre feet estimated as required by Federal and State agencies and towns, is apportioned hereby for the calendar year of 1936, among the lands ready for cultivation during the year by providing for each acre The New Insect Powder 4 DEHRITOX 4 SURE DEATH TO ALL CRAWLING INSECTS Kills Fleas, Lice, Mites, Ants, Roaches), Waterbugs, Vermin Harmless to human beings and Domestic Animals Coolidge Drug Company I GET THE BEST I Tire Service! ft The best is always the cheapest I THE NAME I GOODRICH S| Is Reliable Tire Insurance, Dur g able and Dependable Tires for I TRACTORS and all CARS. Ask 8 those who are using them! If For Inspection and Demonstration see I Richard A. Harding fli 1 I Coolidge District PHONE 120J2 i thereof 2.00 acre feet of wa | ter, less evaporation and transportation losses. You, as Project Engineer and subject to the above lim itation as to the maximum draft on the underground supply, are instructed to see that the water as above ap portioned is properly dis tributed and that increases; of stored water in excess ! hereof which may become available during the irriga tion season are apportioned and distributed to the lands in cultivation in the project in the same manner, being careful to see that stored and pumped water are delivered in the same proportion per acre to each acre cultivated insofar as the physical con- CLASSIFIED ADVERT™ WESTING HOUSE ELECTRIC - | RANGE, good as new. Will sell at half price. WU. Ketcliersid. ts MEN WANTED for RaWleigh Routes of 800 families in South- | we-st Yavapai and North Yuma! Counties. 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