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Fred Campbell, local contractor, is busy building a new home for himself In West Coolidge. It will be a 5 room Spanish type home. Mr. aftd Mra. Y. C. White were In Phoenix Tuesday, attending the funeral of H. H. Shup, prominent lumber man and pioneer of thei state. Mrs. Arthur Kempton and chil dren have arrived here and the Kempton family is now nicely located in their new home in West Coolidge. L. H. Blackwood is building a ■ modern 6 room home in West Coo lidge, unique in that it is the fir-t home constructed here where bon asbestos siding and asbestos shing les are used. The material is fur nished by the P. W. Hamilton Lum ber Co. Arizona Land and Investment < o report the sale this week of two lots in West Coolidge and two lots in North Coolidge. Modern homes will be built on these four lots in the near future. Craig Blackwell, local boy who is playing with the Troy, Alabama, league, pitched his first shut out game of the season last week, ami won the game by a score of 7 to 0. He is coming along fine in the b:s time baseball. The Woman’s Auxiliary of the Coolidge Community church, will hold a meeting Thursday, June 2. at 2:30 in the church. Mrs. W. R. Elliott and Mrs. C. A. Christenson, chairman for the sick and relief committee will present the program and Mrs. Sewell will conduct the business session. Mrs. F. E. Payne of Phoenix, mother of Mr. Karl Payne of Coo lidge. was a visitor here last week, enroute to Galveston, where she will take a ship for New York and return home via Detroit and the inland route. She was joined at El Paso by a son who will make the trip with her, and drive a new car home. The Church of God revival at Walton ave. and main st. North Coolidge, conducted by the Rev. John A. Vance continues indefinate ly. Sunday services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. m. Preaching every evening at 8:00 p. m. Every one invited to attend. There will be a meeting Sunday June sth at the Old Valley Church 4 miles southwest of Coolidge. Bible study at 11 am., picnic dinner and questions at 12 noon, discourse at 3 p. m. Everyone is welcome. The services will be conducted by Mr. C. R. Siglin of Phoenix, who will also deliver lecture at 8 p. m. in the Woman’s club at Casa Gran de. o Our esteemed townsman. Mr. D. S. Davis, claims that the Examiner slandered him by relating his un fortunate experiences in Tucson, and we humbly apologize for telling the truth. He has just returned from a trip to California and says I he nearly had to wear an over coat and ear muffs out there in order to be comfortable. Mrs. Davis was along on this trip and so Mr. Davis says he had no troubles at all. But. his conscience, or something, made him reveal that his car was parked in the police station at Monrovia for three nights. He says the reason was that he could find no other parking space. Believe it or not, that’s his story—and it’s a dandy. EVERY VISITOR To The COOKING SCHOOL At The San Carlos Theatre, Coolidge, June 9th and 10th, Is Invited to Inspect Our Line of WENDELL COSMETICS on display there by Miss Noro Beagle Coolidge Beauty Shop Mrs. TOM EDWARDS Phone 68 P. W. Hamilton was a business | \ isitor in Mesa Tuesday Lynn Johnson is building a six room home in West Coolidge. Max Williams returned Monday from a business trip to the Mexi j can border. j H T Appel is building a nets t'ivp room home for his own use. in North Coolidge. J. C. Lewis of the Arizona Edison j Co. is building an addition to his home in North Coolidge Mrs. Robert Goff has returned home from a weeks visit at El Paso, Tex. Miss Dorothy Brannaman, Coun ty Treasurer, was a business visitor in Coolidge Tuesday morning. Miss Ina Mae Reinhardt plans to leave Saturday of this week to spend the summer at the home cf a sistei, in Duncan. Arizona. Mr. C. W. Lewis, Mr. Chas Ell edge, Mr. Harry Bowles and Mr. Cecil Nowlin returned Sunday from a fishing trip to Roosevelt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. I Weiner of I»gan. \ West Virginia, and Mr. H. J. Mich ealson of Los Angeles were visitors here Tuesday with Zahalskv Broth ers. They were enroute to Los An geles to attend the Shrine Conven tion there. Among Coolidge folks who plan to attend the Shrine Convention at Los Angeles June sth to 9th are: Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jones. Mr. Mor ris Zahalsky, Mr. and Mrs. John Zellweger. Mr. Zellweger is Past Potentate of A1 Zariba Temple. Mrs. J. N. Pryor and children of Laurel, Mississippi is visiting with her sons, Charles and Allen (Burt) Pryor and famly. Mrs. Pryor plans to make her home with another son in Phoenix. T Mr. and Mrs. Karl Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lynch, and famili es, returned Tuesday evening from a fishing trip up under the Tonto Rim. They report fishing very good, caught 73 fine mountain trout and enjoyed the outing very much. D. S. Davis was a business visit or in Phoenix Tuesday. A Masonic play was given last night by Pima Lodge No. 35 of Coo lidge at the Masonic Temple in , Phoenix, under direction of C. M. Mangun. Members from Coolidge who had parts in the play were: C. M. Mangun, Gerald Bryant. Coy Hamilton, J. Q. Jayne, 11. It. Moag. Morris lies. D. S. Davis. P. W. Ham ilton, Nat Zahalsky, Chas Cohen and Carl Thompson. Carey Wilson of Phoenix. Grand Lecturer of the Grand Lodge F & A M conducted a school of in structions at the Coolidge Masonic Temple Friday evening, for officers of the Coolidge, Casa Grande and Florence Masonic lodges. j Mrs. Naomi Davis-Hill has as \isitors this week her mother, Mrs. N. V. Pippin, and daughter, Mrs. It. T. Womack, both of Las Crucas, New Mexico. H. R. Moag sold a new Dodge sedan this week to Ray W agner of Casa Grande, also a new Plymouth coupe to Mrs Jackie Brooks of Picacho. o- Subscribe for The Examiner. 5 The Qcotillo club is holding an ice cream social on the R. D. Coch ran lawn Friday night at 8 o’clock, c All Eastern Stars, Masons and friends are urged to attend. FREE TICKETS! Our advertisers solicit your good will and appreciate your : business. In this issue four names are hid away in the ad vertising columns, being names of people in this district who are i to be admitted free to the San Carlos Theatre for any show Between now and June 9th The line in which the name ap i pears will look like this: Mrs. John Doe, Good to June 9 This means that Mrs. John Doe will be admitted free to any one San Carlos show between now and June 9th, if she will clip the ad and present it at the theatre. Read the ads. You might find your name there and get a ’ free'ticket. More next week, f Take A Look At All These Prizes i Many Coolidge merchants are entering into the Cooking School campaign by donating nice prizes to be given away to those who at s tend the school at the San Carlos Theatre, June 9th and 10th next. Those who have offered prizes so ' far are: Valley Hardware and Supply Table lamp. 1 Farmers Electric Co., Electric I Toaster. Coolidge Electric Co., Electric • Iron. 1 Winkler Electric Co., Pyrex f Dishes. Tyler Hardware, Pottery. Heinies Electric, Electric Toast s er 1 Arizona Pharmacy, Bath Powder. 1 Coolidge Drug Co., Bridge table. - glass holder and ash tray. Hines Drug Co., Bath Salts. Fishers Variety Store. Pitcher and Glass set. Ida Etter Store, Pair of Hose. Coolidge Beauty Shop. Oil Sham i poo. Finger wave, Wendell Facial, » (new oil product for dry climates. ■ manufactured in Tucson) 3 prizes. I Geo. Y. Wah Grocery, Basket of Groceries. D & A Grocery. Basket of Groc ■ eries. Sanitary Grocery, Beef Roast. Eastern Grain Fed Swifts Premium t beef. Effie’s Beauty Parlor. Shampoo i and Finger wave. Town Talk Bakery, 3 cakes each 1 day to first three ladies aj the thea tre. Arizona Edison, 1 electric roast • er each day. £ Dionne Quintuplets / I 4 Get Vitamins A and D £ ✓ Regularly Every Day • 4 % y Right from the start. Dr. J ; / Allan Roy Dafoe gave Puree- 4 1 / est Cod Liver Oil to the Dion- 4 y ne Quintuplets. y y And. now that these five 5 ? / famous babies are grown to § . / be sturdy, robust little girls, y y they still take Purest Cod « ,4 Liver Oil regularly every day y 4 to add the essential Vitamins y j. A and D to their diet. 5 ■ f Vitamins A and D are also y f £ needed by expectant mothers, 4\ t £ babies and growing children. y\ f 4 aiding sturdier growth, strong g i y bones, straight legs and sound 5 j 4 teeth. S J 4 Adults who add Puretest y 4 Cod Liver Oil to their winter 5 y diet have greater resistance tc 5 4 colds and other ordinary win- y » ✓ ter ills when their diet lacks y 4. these vitamins in sufficient £ amounts. 5 y When you buy Purest Cod y 4 Liver Oil, you are guarantee 1 y % to get as fine cod liver oil 5 y as is available. It is biologi- £ 4 cally standardized for high y y vitamin content. It is scienti y 4 fically packed to prevent it y 4 from acquiring a strong flav- £ 4 07 | y Buy Purest Cod Liver Oil y 4 Plain or Mint Flavored at 2 4 your Rexall Drug Store —he £ 4 Corner Drug Store in Cooli- y y dge. s y Look for the Rexall Store 4, y Sign j| ■ " C VC.' _ THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER I Harry N. Sheller, Jeweler, silver | - trays. Coolidge Examiner. 1 years sub ! . scription each day. General Electric, 1 electric roast- 1 er. Other prizes will be announced lat the theatre. Plan to be there — both days—no admission charges, no cost to you whatever. The doors ; open promptly at 1:30 p. m. each I day. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING * * * * * HOI'SE and lot for sale cheap, N. Coolidge Phone 110 or see Mrs. Naomi Davis ltp CLEAN 2 room house for rent. Summer rate $8.50 also fryers for sale. Harry Gilkey. ltpd HOUSE for rent. North Coolidge Kennedy Ave D. D. Stone ltpd ELECTROLUX 7 foot gas refrigera tor for sale cheap. Winkler Elec tric. Phone 165. ltc WANTED A good watch dog Police or Airdale, Phone Supt. Pinkley home at Casa Grande | Ruins. ltpd - j FOR RENT—3 room furnished cot tage .lights, gas and water free, with bath, hot and cold water, i Summer rate S2O per month, s.i per week. Rooms $2.50 wk. Do your living and sleeping in a clean, quiet and cool place.—SEA LANE HOTEL 2tpd __ FOR SALE —50 tone clean higera. $1.25 per 100 lbs. at Warehouse. G. B. Letzring. Coolidge It COOL your home or store with the Master Air Cooler. Owen Sheet Metal Works. 825 E. Washington, Phoenix. Arizona. 6-9-38 I I . FOR SALE —Reconditioned sta.n aid or portable typewriter, in quire Examiner office. IF SEEKING a cool, quiet and cle n apartment or room. Gas, lights and water furnished. Call at the Sea Lane Hotel. 2tpd FOR SALE or trade, 1938 Nash-La fayette demonstrator. Cruising gear, air condit oned. Gas mileage 19 miles per gallon. 1937 Master Chevrolet coupe—excellent con dition, new rubber. See A. W. Gressinger, Coolidge. J I P A Q For The 8 I vJ A U 4 Big Jobs I ill NO FURNACE TENDING .. 1 I Gas for heating and winter air con- MORE “TIME OFF” FOR COOKS I ditioning goes into model homes be- H cause it provides the greatest comfort Gas Ranges and Gas Refrigerators make the cook s |g ■ without effort. A Gas furnace needs job easy. Gas Ranges combine speed, beauty, cleanh- JS ; H no “looking after.” It is clean—quiet ness and economy. Heat control —clock control—high If —in fact, the only complete Automa- speed smokeless broilers —ovens that pre-heat faster ts tic heat. —instant top burner heat—all save cooking tv me ; BJ have no moving parts to give trouble, and operate at : H continuous low cost. CALL THE I NATURAL GAS SERVICE CO. I REGARDING SPECIAL SUMMER GAS INSTALLATION COST Mrs. B F. Storie, good to June 9th. Progress of The Coolidge Union High School _____ (Continued from page One) v ere constructed to all entrances by C. E. Elledge Construction Co. From this same fund also came i the money used in landscaping the I ground. In the fall of 1937 a Farm Shop Field house was constructed on th° block west of the main high school building. This structure provided shower rooms for the physical edu cation department and a shop room for the agricultural department. During the fall of 1936 the foot ball field was provided with a light ing system that gave the field 32,- 000 candle power of light making it one of the best lighted fields in the state. Early in the second se mester of that year a raised infie’d for the baseball diamond was con structed, and substantial backstop | ,jf steel frame and wire was built, j Hefore the close of school of that year a backstop of the same con ! struction was built for the softball diamond, and poles were arranged to that it was possible to light the PROGRAM OF SAN CARLOS THEATRE COOLIDGE o FRIDAY <S. SATURDAY June 3 and 4 “Gold Is Where You Find It” o ■ SUNDAY & MONDAY June 5 and 6 “Cocoanut Grove” TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY June 7 and 8 “You And Me” o THURSDAY, JUNE 9th —Double Feature— “ Victoria the Great” Painted Trail” diamond with the football field lights. The first class to graduate from CUHS was the class of 1936. It had 19 members. The class of 1937 con tained 25 members, and there are 29 students in the present senior class. Already the high school i 3 well represented in the state insti tutions of higher learning by its j graduates During the winter of 1937-1938 i assistance was secured from the State Highway Department that made it possible to complete the landscaping of the grounds. Addi tional shrubs were provided for the grounds of the main building and also shrubs for the Farm Shop- Field House plot. Trees were plant ed on three sides of the property and cross streets, and six large date palms were set out on the ; main building site. The community is fortunate in that is has been possible to secure grounds that cost $8,500.00, a build ing that cost $94,000.00, furniture j POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT [ J.T. “RYE” MILES CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF OF PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA Subject To Action of Democratic Primary September 13, 1938 My Simple Platform is “Enforce The Law.” ESTA L. BAYLESS DEMOCRAT FOR Recorder PINAL COUNTY Your Support Will Be Sincerely Appreciated KNOX JERSEY DAIRY AGAIN UNDER MANAGEMENT OF M. M. KNOX, Owner. Rich Pure Milk From Tuberculin and Blood Tested Cows From Our Own Herd Only. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED THURSDAY, JUME 2, 1938 fur the building costing $2,000.00, and sidewalks, trees, shrubs, and landscaping costing $3,000.00 with a total cost of $58,000.00 to the Dis trict. A.rter a modest beginning three years ago CUHS has its place in the major sports with the various athletic teams of the state This year the baseball team was out standing, winning second place in the state baseball tournament The football and basketball teams have been victorous in share of contests and the school has won adequate recognition in athletic sports. The rapid growth of the com munity is indicated by the Increas ed enrollment of the high school from year to year. For the school year 1935-36 a total of 129 high school students were enrolled; next year this number increased to ISS and this year it has jumped to 217. This is the largest enrollment of any high school in the county.