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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1088
Uncle Sam Is Generous *o Arizona Mr S. A. Spear state director of the N tional Emergency Council; "or Ar ! :;ona, announced today that | the total amount of money allocat * d Arizona under the Emergency lelief Appropriation Act of 1933, From June 21, 1938 to September ’O, 1938, amounted to the sum of *1,332,337.83. As of September 30. IP3B, the sum of 52,016,819.02 had t een expended, leaving an unex pended balance of $1,315,708.81. The principal purposes for which ihe money was expended and the amounts expended are as follows: $51,421.62 for the Depaitment of Agriculture, exclusive of Farm Se 'mrity Administration; $’33,051.49 "or Farm Security Administration; 14,072.89 for the Department of + he Treasurv; $68,574.31 for the | Department of War; $1,749,038.62; or the Works Progress Adminis-I t 'ation and $660.09 for other organi rations. o Coolidge Boys Scoutsi Hole! Meeting. Mr. Hyman Gold of Florence spoke at the local Scout meeting j Tuesday evening, on the subject, of “leather Craft.” He also gave! m actual demonstration in mak-; ing a key case and billfold. He! showed the boys how to prepare! the leather for stamping and tool ing, and how to put on the snaps and lacing. The Scouts will start making key cases and billfolds of j their own. Wednesday afternoon, the Scouts had their first hike, going to the river near Poston. The purpose of the hike was to afford tenderfoot scouts to pass tests forj their advancement requirements. Those passing their test were: Howard Preece, Sonny McCul lough, Dave Craig, John Roche, Robert Hartdegen. Guy Winkler j and David Stonehocker. o BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. C. F. Frazier, Pastor Sunday school 10 a. m. Sermon 11 a. m. by Pastor. Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Sermon 7:30 p. m. by Pastor. Y.W.A. Monday, 7 p. m. Junior G. A. Tuesday, 4:30 p.m! Teachers meeting ,and Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. WMS Thursday. 2:30 p. m. R"rh a ms. Thursday, 4 p. m. i Jun’o- R. A. Thursday, 6:30 p.m. Intermediate G. A. Friday, 4:00 p. m. Visitors are welcome in all ser a ces at our church. High School News CDOLIDGE TO PLAY CASA GRANDE u i e h t Novembe’ 4, our team will go to Casa Gran de for what promises to be an in teresting game. Buckeye, whom we tied 7 to 7. beat the Cougars 13 to 0. Casa Grande was defeated by Peoria and the Second team. They tiien came back to beat Hayden 8 to 6. and last week they defeated Hayden 7 to 3 and our bad defeats i a the hands of Mesa and Superi (v are about equal to the scores chalked up against Casa Grande by , and Phoenix. Everyone nme out and watch this game which will undoubtedly be close. , Joe Clemans. ] GIRLS LEAGUE COP’S TO PHOENIX Representatives from the girls’ ] league of CUHS under the spoil- ; eorsh’p of Miss Eleanor* Stone , will go to the Phoenix convention , Saturday November 12‘ The lea- ; gue convention is for the purpose of entertaining the girls from Cal ifornia. Giirls from the Coolidge league and from Florence have been chosen to serve at the lun- , cheon Saturday noon. The conven tion will be held at the Phoenix Union High School. The school bug. will be available for the trip and all the girls who can possibly go are urged to do so. —Elaine Map les. ■■ COOLIDGE DEFEATS HAYDEN 7 to 3 Ti«e Cubs returned from IH’.yden Friday n : ght with their first victory of the season. The score was 7 to 3. The f ! rst half was si eless, neither team being able to advance n the other. In the third quarter th- Wolves kicked a fa Id goal which gave them a 3 ’ ’end. Ir the .closing min ui i he foi; h. quarter the ont loa! verv h. ok. when Jack B d m de f. 55 yard run that pi t u- within 5 yards of a touch di G Shoemaker plunged ov> .e t’ 1 cor - 6 to 3 in or ■ • r Aim.: d Glenn drop-kick ed exua point. —Joe Clemans. i The Kenilworth Boy Scout Troop held their regular meeting Tues day evening, with 17 members pre si nt, at the Kenilworth Bchool. Bob tv- Preece and Carl Dunaway of | the Coolidge Troop were guest in • ruetors. Rev. C. F. Frazier is in Phoenix today attending a meeting of the executive Board of the Arizona Ba ptist Church, of which he is re cording secretary. Mrs. Auttie McCay. who former ly lived in Coolidge, and was a P ithful member of the Baptist i Church, died October 31st at 19 a m .in her parents home at Pitts-; i ro, Miss. Mrs. McCay had many friends in Coolidge, who regret to hear of her going, and who are in deep sympathy with the lovjed 1 ones in Mississippi. _ The third degree was conferred ■on two candidates by the San Car- Ixidge of Odd Fellows at the . gular meeting Tuesday night. ' li-esided over by Harry N. Sheller, . Noble Grand. Plans are made to ! nitiate three more candidates at . the next regular meeting, and for 1 a social meeting of Odd Fellows 1 and Rebekahs, and their families on Tuesday night, November 15 th. | The Rebekah Lodge is holding a card party on Friday evening of ! this week, to which the public is invited. H. R. Moag of the Moag Motor Co., says he can’t get cars as fast as he can sell them. He has de livered five new Plymouths and has 1 orders for 3 more. Those who have , bought new Plymouths in the past two weeks are: R- E. Bringas. DoLuxe sedan; Elliott Long, De Luxe sedan; Kenneth Laughlin, DeLuxe sedan; Walter Troutt, De Luxe sedan; Mercedes Monjarres, Coupe. o Farm Bureau To Meet Tuesday Mr. Fred Wuertz, president of the Coolidge Farm Bureau, announ ced today that Dr. R. L. Matlock, Extension Agronomist of the Uni versity of Arizona, will be the guest speaker at the meeting of the Farm Bureau, to be held next Tuesday evening, November Bth in the Coolidge Community Church. Ho will speak on the subject of “Soy Beans.” Soy beans are an important crop in certain parts of the U. S., and local farmers are Investigating their possibilities as a crop to plant on lands retired from cotton pro duction under the government pro gram. Dr. Matlock will discuss their economic importance, mark eting, culture, and other informa tion of interest to growers plan ning on using this crop in their farming operations. The program committee is ar ranging for music, and refresh- i ments will be served. All farmers; and others interested are invited. o Grammar School The seventh and eighth grade erirls of the Coolidge Grammar School meet In the auditorium every Monday, Wednesday, and Frday. They have learned four new songs, the names of which are In the Greenwood, Summer Song, Morning, and At Evening. The honor roll awards were giveu last Wednesday to the people who rightfully deserved them by their respective home room teachers in stead of having the usual honor assembly. Halloween was celebrated by each room in the Coolidge Grammar School practically on Monday, Oct ober 31. A letter was written by Glen oes Mitchell of the seventh grad*" a few weeks ago to the Depart ment of Labor. A letter w r as receiv ed with the requirements of an alien coming into thi» country. The seventh grade is grateful to the Labor Department. '’’he following coaches for volley brd have been appointed for the different teams: Girls. A team,, Miss McDaniel; Girls B team. Miss ,’ulkerson; Boys A team, Mr. Hin ton; Boys B team, Mr. Burrell. Eorree’s Corner team played Ken ilworth school Friday in a softball game and the result was the victory of Borree’g Corner winning 2S to 8. . Each of the volleyball teams has a r urt of its own on which to :>i tice volleyball with a coach in charge of each court FORGET ME-NOTS FOR A tiny flower of purple-blue This forget-me-not, I offer you A wealth of hope lies in its heart That all of us will do our part- Our part to keep its symbol alive Pride, love and remembrance for those who died, And for those who live, though not physically fit, The tender assurance we nev er quit So on whatever day they are of ; sered to you, I know you will buy, our forget me nots, blue. Poem by: Mrs. Thelma McQuade. I o Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Anderson of Prescott are guests this week at, the home of their daughter and. son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Colbert. Mrs. Culbert plans to re turn with them to Prescott Sat-, urday, for h. two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fisher of j Bisbee were guests today at the J home of their son, Howard Fisher of Coolidge. They are enrounte to Lyndale, Calif., to attend the Gold en Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reid. Mrs. Reid is a sister of Mr. Fisher. Kenilworth School BASKET BALL It will soon be basketball sea son, and we are getting ready for it. Last year we had a pretty fair B team, but our A team didn’t do 1 so well. The A boys look a lot better this year and ought to win some games. The B team has some good materials and we are ready! to challenge any of the team 8 in j our league, we feel we have a good chance of winning.—Sam Hu ston, 6th grade. SCHOOL CARNIVAL Friday night we held our annual school carnival. We had a great many things to do to fix up the school for our carnival. We had booths outdoors, and bingo games and dancing inside. There werej many people at our carnival, and II am sure they all had a good time. I Betty Davis of the 6th grade was elected carnival queen. Reba Mc- Gee, 6th grade. THE ACQUARIUM The fifth and sixth grades have an aquarium in their room, they made over an old one and put new glass in it and repainted it, and it looks very nice in our room. We 1 have three soft shell turtles in it. ! We are going to stock it with gold fish and a pair of Stickelbacks. —Wendell Allen, Cth grade. CHRISTMAS GIFT The pupils of the fifth and sixth grades are going to make Christ mas gifts to take home to their, mothers and fathers. They may have their choice of what they are going to make. Some of the things we are going to make will be Ca ctus Lamps. Luncheon Sets, Hot Pads and Floor Pillows. —Naomi Daniel, 6th grade. ■jcL h' fc. . .v pp w THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER P. W. Hamilton was a bufrinesfl visitor in Phoenix yesterday. The next meeting of The- Des ert Woman’s Club on November 11 will be held in the dub house instead of in the home of Mrs. Farnsworth as appeared in. last w-eek’s paper. The Kenilworth boys and girls made a clear profit of $50.00 on the carnival they held Friday evening of last week, somehow that gang I out there always comes out all j right, and more power to them. Women’s Club Issues Year Book i » In the 1938-1939 Year Book for ! the Coolidge Women’s Club just off the press, the programs for the year are presented as follows: j November 10, Safety program. | Mrs. A. T. Bicknell, chairman. November 17, HcinorSing hus bands and Escorts, Dinner, Mrs. Karl Payne, social committee chairman. December 8, Garden Department, Rose planting, Mrs. C. J. Moody, chairman hostesses: Mesdames H. R. Moag, Jack Francis, C. M. Man gun and W. W. Slack. January 12, 1939 American Homes program, Mrs. W. H. Carls, chairman; hostesses Mes dames Hugh Miller, V. O. Elkins and B. F. Jarrat. January 26 —Guest Day, Indian Arts and Craft 3 Department, Mrs. Parke Soule chairman, Past Presi | dents, hostesses, Mrs. D. S. Davis. I chairman. February 9, Arizona Day, Legis lation Department, Mrs. R. J. Jones, chairman, Hostesses Mes dames M. L. Talla, A. L. Nowell and Arthur Kempton. February 25, Book Review, Liter ature Department, Chairman, Mrs. Asa Gardner, Hostesses Mesdam es N. N. Dodge, Jay Hinton and I Cora Wynne. March 9, Americanization Pro | gram, Mrs. M. L. Talla, chairman, Hostesses Mesdames W. R. Elliott, it. V. Campbell and C. A. Clements. March 23, Creative Day, Mrs. Cora Wynne; Hostesses Mesdames W. R. Urton, A. P. Whitehead and Lyle Rogers. April 13, International Relations, program chairman, Mrs. Isabelle Chandler; Hostesses Mesdames , R. S. Fisher, J. B. Ulmer and S. ; H. Wynn. April 27, Health program, Mrs jA. L. Nowell, chairman; Hostesses I Mesdames O. M. King, W. . John j son and Fred Slater. I May 11, Children’s Day; Music. Miss Naomi Elmore; Drama, Miss Helen Edwards; Dance, Mrs. R. L. Sewell; Hostesses Mesdames C. L. Skousen, Parke Soule and F. Pres ton Suit. May 25, Annual Luncheon Meet ing, Installation of officers and re ports. Hostesses, Losers of Penny Race; Club Historian report, Mrs Fred Slater. i The Bale at the Fair Store iB continued and Zahalsky Brothers report a very good response to the • big values ottered. > Jerrte Lee, republican candidate . for Governor, and other candidates . on his ticket will be in Coolidge , Saturday, and will speak at 2:30 , p. m. in an outdoor meeting to be i held on the lot south of the Ma > sonic Temple. A transient wa 3 caught by night watchman Kye McMullen Saturday ; night, in the act of stealing a quilt from a parked car. Judge , Elledge handed the culprit 60 days ( | in the county jail. The officers are doing everything possible to stop sneak thieves who lift things from 1 parked cars, but it is nearly im possible to catch them in the act. . „ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING HOME LAUNDRY, located just west of Jake Gardner house in South Coolidge. Electric washer. Susie Moore, Prop. FIX PERT DYEING, any color; Shoe repairs, Boot and Shoe making. All work guaranteed. Andy’s Boot & Shoe Shop. FOR SALE—Two-wheel trailer. Al most new. Very reasonable. Sec ond house east of Legion Hall, j MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Ro utes of 800 families. Reliable i hustler should make good earn-1 ings at start and increase rapid- ly. Write today. Rawleigh’s, Dept. ARK-15-S, Oakland, Calif. Myers Water Systems Pumps, Jacks and Cylinders E. C. GRASTY IMPLEMENT Co. ! Coolidge—Casa Grande ——— ■ i I SPECIALIZE ON PERMANENT WAVES Effie’s Beauty Parlor PHONE 105 COOLIDGE ■■■■■■■——t PROTECT PRECIOUS EYESIGHT WITH LIGHT a • The true economy of having enough light an:’ the right kind of light at every point in the home where read ing, study or sewing is done, is just beginning to be appreciated. It has ail come about as a result of the recently disclosed figures which show that 20 out of eveiy 100 children of HOW CAM YOU 1 ELL WHEN YOU HAVE LIGHT ENOUGH? It is no longer a matter of individual opinion. Now light can be measured; you can quickly determine for yourself Daut §u£ss—Ufwe f&u/t kente HgUtinQ CUetked wdU a £qid tkeie* One of our representatives will gladly bring to your home a Light Meter and other special equipment designed to show you quickly the effects of good lighting and to assist you in planning lighting for greatest eye comfort, safety and attractiveness. This interesting and helpful service will rrv? ; s r T . '.-st phone or call and we will arrange '-et •• -* \ou. . o.tveciei ce. Arizona Edison Company, Inc. Jerrie Lee, republican candidate for Governor of Arizona, was a visitor Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Davis. Mrs. N. E, Record, who for three years operated the grammar school cafeteria and is w r ell known as an excellent cook, has opened a new cafeteria acros s the street east from the high school, and will specialize in 5c and 10c lunches for high school students. Mr. and Hans Christensen are the proud parents of a 9% pounds baby boy, born, October Bth, at their ranch home southeast of Coo lidge. The newcomer has been named Edward Wayne. ' 1 ■ l!| 9 I h i • ii* ~~ /%■ \ 1 roomL I fep) IMPROVEMENT Is there “room for improvement" when you look at your kitchen > living room, bedroom, or bath? Give your rooms the proper background for indoor living with a new color scheme—paint or wallpaper • • • paneling • . . composition coverings- You’ll find room in your budget, too, for all kinds of home repairs and improvements if you use the FHA Plan of convenient monthly payments. Come in and let us show you the latest in modern treatments for walls* /r »i | floors, and woodwork. ■[*R n J Estimates without obli- V Y gation. iHtßStiaui COOLIDGE PHONE 19 FARMERS ELECTRIC SUPPLY Co., Inc. I R. W. Chadborn Geo. B. Jellison EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR HOT POINT MAJOR APPLIANCES Phone 168 ! school age, 40 out of every 100 of college age and 60 out of every 100 adults, suffer from defective eyesight. It isn’t all due to lighting, but eyestrain is most easily developed by insufficient and improper lighting. Please don't risk precious eyesight. Find out about your lighting. just what your needs are by means of the marvelous Light Meter—an amazingly accurate measuring device for light. Miss Rose Lee Cohen celebrated ! her birthday Friday of last w'eok, with a theatre party for 10 class matefs, who thoroughly enjoyed “Love finds Andy Hardy,” then re turned to the Cohen home for re freshments and games. Guests pres | ent were the Misses Myrna Graham Pauline Slade, June Runbeck, Nat talie Dodge, Jenna Lee Foy, Joy ce Brown, Elvira Naffarette, Ruth Spruell and Teresa Akers. HARRY N. SHELLER JEWELER & HOROLOGIST Repairing American and Swiss Watches Bulova Watches Coolidge nl As V"—— ’••I B New Light Meter mema urea light aa easily as a thermometer meaaurea temperature.