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Pinal County 6th
Annual 4-H Fair (Continued from last week) BakiVig First palce: Nancy Fullbright Kenilworth, one; Zula Cooper. Ken ilworth, one; Laura Padilla, Flor ence. one; Rosalee Whitlow. Flor ence. 1; Stella Miller. Kenilworth, two; Johnnie Payne, Kenilworth, four; Angie Arriola, Florence, one- Patricia Rodriquiz, Florence, one; Eva Sue Bugg, Florence, one; Frances Borree, Florence, two; Katherine Rankin, Florence, one; Betty June Morgan. Florence, one. Second place: Stella Miller, one: Doris Shultz. Kenilworth, one: Esterlee Turner, Casa Grande, one. Nancy Fullright. one; Laura Padil la, Florence, one; Zula Cooper, one; Opal Dunbar Kenilworth, one; Sarah Louise Arnold. Flor ence. four; Mary Navarre, Flor ence. one; Patricia Rodriquez, one- Johnnie Payne, one; Kathryn Ran kin. two; Nadine Turner. Casa Grande, one; Frances Borree. Flor ence one. Third place:Zula Cooper. Kenil worth. two; Nadine Turner, one. Dolores Eastridge, Casa Grande, one; Stella Miller, two; Mary Na varre, one: Eva Sue Bugg, three; Sasah Louise Arnold. Florence, one; Angie Arriola, one; Patricia Rodriquez, Florence, one. Clothing First place: Eloise Garcia, Cop per Creek, one; Rita Ronquillo. Oracle, one; Juanita Rose, Kenil worth. three; Reba McGee, Kenil worth. one; Delmarie Cooper, Ken ilworth. one; Bernice Burns, Ken ilworth. one; Evelyn Ready. Pica cho. one; Julia Baca. Walker Butte, three; Mina Baca. Walker Butte, one; Lois Hammack, Walker Butte, one. Second place: Juanita Rose, Ken ilworth. two: Bessie Robinson Florence, one; Martina Alvarado. Picacho. two: Victoria Duran. Flor ence. one; Bernice Burns, two: Lydia Feliz. Walker Butte, two: Delmarie Cooper, one; Evelyn Ready, Picacho, two; Lola Harris, Picacho. two; Mina Baca. Walker Butte, three; Lois Hammack. one; Julia Baca, one Third place: Ruthie Watkins. Kenilworth, one; Millie Zapota. Aravaipa, one; Annie Valenzuela, Oracle, one: Rita Ronquillo, Oracle, two; Josephine Joiner, Hayden Junction, one: Martina Alvarado, one; Vera Alva. Kenilworth, one; Lydia Feliz. two; Delmarie Cooper, one;* Lola Harris, three; Evelyn Ready, two; Lois Hammack. three; Julia Baca, one; Mina Baca. one. Livestock and Poultry First place: Billy Urton. Kenil worth. one: Hardy Turner. Hayden Junction, one; Howard Chapman, Willow Springs Ranch, one; Clif ford Chapman, Willow Springs Ranch, one; Bufort Ames. Flor ence. one; William Dunn, Florence, one; Calvin Rose, Kenilworth, one; Henry Hall. Kenilworth, two; Charles Magness. Kenilworth, one: David Hall. Kenilworth, one; Marvin Wing. Kenilworth, two; Wayne Earley. Florence, one; Joe Garcia. Kenilworth, one: Billie Chambliss. Kenilworth, one; Joe Storie, Kenilworth, two; Duatfe Foults. Kenilworth, one; Loren Pratt. Florence, one. Second place: Robert Blakeman. Kenilworth, one; Raymond Blake man. Kenilworth, one; Roy Wing. Kenilworth, one; Willie Storie. one. Glen Dunbar. Kenilworth, one; David Hall, one; Henry Hall, two. Third placeff Willie Storie, one; David Hall, one; Calvin Rose. one. Handicraft First place: Marliin Wing, Kenil worth. one; Eugene Holland, ! Kenilworth, two; Joe Garcia. Kenil-; worth, three; Calvin Coate, Eloy, j one; Henry Hall, Kenilworth, j three; Lloyd Atkisson. Keniworth. j two; Ohland Upton, Kenilworth,) one. Second place: Gerald Holland, j Kenilworth, one; Edward Morrow. Kenilworth, one; Palmer Cooper. Kenilworth, one: Howard Beets, Eloy. one; Osa Waggner. Florence, one; Robert Beets. Eloy, one: Eugene Holland. one; Calvin Coate, Eloy, one; Joan Wallace, Hayden Junction, one; Calvin Rose, one; Robert Romero. Eloy, one. Third place: Jimmie Higgins. Kenilworth, one; Glen Dunbar, Kenilworth, one; Wendell Allen, Kenilworth, one; Clifford Upton, Kbnilworth, one; Robert Beets, one; Raymond Ezell, Eloy, one; Jack Wright, Kenilworth, one. Vegetables First place: Tony Segovia, Flor- 1 ence, two; Edward Pratt, Florence, four; Everett Morin, Florence, four. Second place: Edward Pratt, one; Clarence Knight, Florence, two. Tony Segovia, three; Everett Morin, three. Third place: Everett Morin, one; Clarence Knight, one. Flower* First place: Alice Bra<to’, Flor ence, four; Wayne Earley, Flor ence, two; Tony Segovia, one. Second place: Sybil Prock, Flor ence, four; Wayne Earley, one - Tony Segovia, one; Alice Brady, one. Third place: Tony Segovia, one- Sybil Prock, two. Artcraft First place: Frank Leon. Walker Butte, two; Paul Walker Butte, two; Peter Feliz. Walker Bntte, one. Second place: Peter Feliz. one; Joe Espinoza. Walker Butte, one: Bernie R. Adams. Walker Butte; one; Louis Espinoza, Walkjer Butte, one. Third place: Joe Espinoza. •Walker Butte, one; Bernie Ray Adams, two; Mike Baca, Walker Butte, one; Frank Leon, one. Record Books and Secretaries Books First place: Johnnie Payne, one; Ruth Holden. Toltec, one. Second place: Stella Clara Mill er. Kenilworth, one; Lois mack. one. Third place: Louise Sheppard. Kenilworth, one; Nina Anderson, Hayden Junction, one. Hobbies First place: Louis Roach, Casa Grande, one; Ben Carbojal, Casa Grande, one; Cedric Darter, Casa Grande, one; Harold Sorrells, Casa Orande, one; David White, Casa Grande, one; Benny Torrez, Casa Grande, one. Second place: John Hopinks. Casa Grande, one; Carlos Kakar. one; Glen Sorrells, Casa Grande, one; Tommy Earley. Casa Grande, one. Third place: Wille Martin. Casa Grande, one; David White, two: Benny Torrez, Casa Grande, one. Girls Judging Teams First Year Clothing: Iris Bonner. Kenilworth and Bessie Robbinson Florence. Fourth Year Clothing: Lois Hammack and Julia Baca. Walker Butte. First Year Baking- Edice Dismukes, Esterlee Turner. Casa Grande, and Cleta Leffler Second Year Baking: Patricia Rodriquez. Florence, Beulah Bryce, Kenilworth. Boys Livestock Judging Teams Senior Division: Raymond West erman. R. S. Dixon, Chas. Whitlow, Jr., Florence. Junior Division: John Matthews. Wayne Earley, Florence, Clifford Chapman, Willow Springs Ranch. Girls Demonstration Teams “Making Sponge Cake” —Sarah Louise Arnold. Johnnie Jean Dixon of Florence. Boys Demonstration Teams Handicraft: Ohland Upton and Calvin Rose, Kenilworth, first Garden: Tony Segovia and Everett Morin, Florence, second. Adults Exhibit (Resettlement Project Firßt place: Mrs. E. Remillard three; Mrs. Carl Harter, two; Mrs Leo Foults, two; Mrs. Jess Aldri dge, one; Mrs. L. H. Cooper, one: Miss Edith Cooper, one: Mrs. Cecil Witt, two; Mrs. Sam Wright, two; Mrs. S. Johnson, one;Viola Gill, one; Mrs. Herman McKnight, one; Mrs. John Potter, one; Dewey Compton, one. Second Place: Mrs. R. Houston, two; Mrs. Howard Brannon, two; Mrs. Jess Aldridge, one; Mrs. Harvey Edge, one; Edith Cooper, two; Mrs. E. Remillard. one; Mrs. Ray Larue, one; Mrs. Carl Harter, one; Mrs. Sam Wright, one; Mrs. Chester Sheppard,one; Mrs. A1 Frazier, three. Third place: Mrs Sam Wright, two; Mrs. John Holland, two; Mrs. Laurence Cooper, one; Mrs. Roy Larue, one; Mrs. 81l Amos, one, Mrs. Ted Snelling, two. Mrs. L. H. Cooper won the i Ladies’ Milking Contest with little difficulty. o ■ Card of Thanks We wish to extend our thanks to all those who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Margarita Monreal and daughters. Josephine, Maria, Sophia, and Narcissus. o Mr. Herbie Fisher and party, re turning from the San Francisco Fair, to his home in Bisbee, stopped in Coolidge for a short visit Satur day with his cousin, Mr. Howard Fisher. Many people take all they can get i for nothing, even the newspaper i that tells the public all about lit tle Johnnie’s first birthday, first day of school, first illness and all other things that happen to him. and we are glad to do it if we are told aboat it, but it does cost us money to do so, and you should be willing to pay the small amount of $1.50 a year to help us do the boost ing for you. THE COOUDGE EXAMINER Arizona Boasts World's Heaviest Stand of Desert Tree By H. S. PALMER | Assistant Range Examiner, Tonto National Forest May and June bring forth the golden flower of the palo verde. One of the most spectacular arrays j of this desert beauty can be wit nessed on the “rolls,” over which the Bush highway passes. The area is located north of Stewart mountain, and is the rolling mesa between Sycamore creek. Cotton i wood creek and Saguaro lake. On this area the palo verde is pre- i dominate and the gold of these ; flowers catches the eye from all j over the mesa. Central Arizona probably has the heaviest stand of this tree that there is in existence. The tree is found primarily in the Southwest and Mexico. It is readily identified by the distinctive yellowish green color of the bark, its apparent lack of leaves, which on closer exami nation are found to be minute and on some species seale-l’ke, and the gorgeous yellow flower. The tree is usually 18 to 25 feet in height generally with a wide spreading crown. This species makes a good orna mental tree in dry sites, as it lends considerable shade and protection from the desert sun, and once es tablished reqiures no watering. However, with added water it pro duces a more luxuriant shade and more rapid growth. Palo verde is valuable in its na tive state as forage for livestock. The scant foliage has a proven worth during drought periods, and the bean it produce has a decided value on a par with mesquite. The wood has some value as fuel, but is not considered very highly as such. As desert ground cover this tree is particularly valuable os a soil stabilizer, as it is a decided factor in erosion control, since it occurs generally in loose soil along small drainages.—Exchange. o The following women of the Desert Woman’s Cluh attended the Convention at Prescott last week end: Mesdames J. Roberts, Pres., Walker, Vice Pres.. H. Hannah. Second Treas., E. D. Chandler and H. Holland. A watch for your boy for graduation from $9.95. Sheller the Jeweler 2t Mrs. Herbert Clements entertain ed her Bridge Club at her home Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Sam Lang ford was awarded first prize and Mrs. Don Paul second place. Those present were: Mrs B. L. Steward. Mrs. R. E. Palmer, Mrs. M. M. Ware, Mrs. Bill Nowell, Mrs. D. Johnson, Mrs. Don Paul, and Mrs. Sam Langford CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I WRITE Crop Hail Insurance. B G. Letzring. FOR SALE!—Small home: First house west of Legion Hall, j Bargain if sold at once. C. C i Livingston. ltp ELECTROLUX Cleaner and Air Purifier; new price, $69.75. Mrs Geo. Murr, repnesentative for Florence, Casa Grande, and Coo lidge. Phone 112. 2tp For Sale —Australian Castor Bean seed. 10c per doz. —Sea Lane hotel. 2tp. FOUND —A place to save five or ten dollars »per month on rent of a furnished home,.*, apartment or room at Sea Lane Hotel. Inspect ion invited. ltp FOR SALE—I93O Nash sedan good condition. Also hydraulic bumper jack, 2, 19 foot chains, 14 x 16 ft. canvas tarp. and heavy load- [ ing timbers. Cheap. D. M. Brown- i ing. North Coolidge. ltp See us for Service in Real Estate. Rentals, Fire Insurance. Bonds, Home Loans, Notary Work and Expert Accounting. Have some real buys in new homes ARIZONA LAND & INVESTMENT CO. Telephone No. One J. J. Jones R. T. Prather ___ _ _ _ 1 - ESCROWS CONVEYANCING SURETY TITLE & TRUST CO. Pkone 102 Florence, Arizona Abstracts of Title Certificates of Title TITLE INSURANCE ISSUED BY PHOENIX TITLE A. TRUST COMPANY For graduation. A watch for that girl from $14.95. Sheller the Jewefcr *2t Miss Bernice Wagner and Miss Georgeana Pannock from Santa Anna, California, visited with Mr. and Mrs. William H. Carls at their home in West Coolidge last Satur day and Sunday. These ladies will spend a six-week vacation visiting the World's Fair in New York and other points of interest throughout the eastern part of the country. Mrs. Robert Palmer returned Sunday from Prescott where she accompanied her mother Mrs. R. H. Pottebaum. of Casa Grande, who is suffering from an Asthma j attact and is quite ill. Mrs. Potte | baum will probably remain in Pres j cott all summer. Mrs. Herbert Hannah will remain with her for sometime relieving her sister Mrs. Palmer in caring for their mother. Inez Wellborn of Coolidge, Ari zona, has just received word at Woodbury College in Los’ Angeles, that she is a gold pin winner in the annual Gregg Shorthand writ ing contest and thereby is eligible | for consideration as winner in the j world contest to be announced in June. By her shorthand proficiency Inez Wellborn is also eligible for the Superior Certificate, the high est Cregg shorthand writing aw-ard. Marjorie Claire Talla who has been visiting with her aunt, Mrs. M. A. Cook, and grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Parker, at Wil cox the past three weeks has re turned home, but will leave again in the near future to return to Woodbury College at Ix»s Angles, where she is an honor student, and a member of Sigma lota Chi Sorority. Our paper subscription list is being revised, come in and get on the “BAND WAGON” or you will I be left behind. The Pinal County Council of Par ent-Teacher Associations will hold its Spring meeting in the patio of the Coolidge Grammar School on Saturday, May 6th at 2 o’clock Mrs. Natt N. Dodge, president, will preside. During the business meet- 1 ing, the new by-laws will be dis cussed and adopted. The following talks will be heard. “How the Local and Council can Cooperate with the State Congress” by Mrs. S. R. Matthews, the first vice-presi dent of the State Congress of Par ent-Teacher Associations, “T h e Place of Parent Education Study Group in the P. T. A. Yearly Pro gram.’’ by Mrs. George Dempster, the county council Parent Educa tion Chairman, “The County Health Unit” by Mrs. G. E. Richerson of Casa Grande, the vice-president of j the Council. Round table discussion will follow the talks. Refreshments i m ill be served by the Coolidge i representatives. : ■ ■ - Blanche Moore Public Stenographer and Notary Public Phil Claridge's Office Phone 200 San Carlos Theatre Bu lding IZZ L JACK KLECK Agricultural Tillage Service Route 8 PHOENIX, ARIZONA QUICK'RELIEF FROM Symptoms off Distress Arising frorr STOMACH ULCERS due to EXCESS ACID free Book Tells of HomeTreatmenttha! Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Over one uullLn bottles of the WILLARD TREATMENT have been sold for relie 10l symptoms ol distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcors due to Excess Add— Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset Stomach. Gostlness, Heartburn, Sleeplessness etc., 1 due to Excess Add. Sold on 15 day- trl 1 • Ask for “Willard’s Message” which fuil* explains this treatment —free—at j Hines Drug Co Bill Nowell of the Pioneer Motor Company is seriously ill with ths flu and mumps. We do not want to show parti ality to our subscribers, therefore if one pays us to read this paper why shouldn’t you do so also. We don’t like to “CRAB” but are you paying to read this paper Lee Hooper, editor of the Coo lidge Examiner, is recovering nice ly from his operation and will re turn home in a few days. Mrs. Roger Isles is returning home today from Florence hospital where she was operated on for appendicitis. It is reported that the U. S. In dian Irrigation Service is moving the warehouse, garage, and ma chine shop buildings located at Olberg to Coolidge. - Lockets, crosses, bracelets, rings. Quality jewelry for less at Shellers. The Desert Woman’s Club met ! at the Club House last Friday and enjoyed the reports of the con vention given by Mrs. E. D. Chandler, Mrs. H. H. Hanna, and Mrs. H. L. Holland. Hostesses were Mrs. E. O. Thompson and Mrs. Wm. Ray. Dr. R. V. Campbell DENTIST Telephone 213 Steward Bldg. Coolidge, Ariz. i ~~ \ ■ Dr. G. H. WALKER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Phone 210 Coolidge, Ariz. Office Hours 9 tol2, Ito 5,7 to 8 DR. B. L. STEWARD Physician and Surgeon COOLIDGE, ARIZ. Telephone 70 SALE SPECIALS Essick Air Coolers s39^ Troyßadios 11*95 Garden Hose 1.19 Canvas Lawn Chair .99 Canvas Baby Carriage 4*95 I Tip-Over Studio Divan QC Has Full Bedding Compartment 5 Year Guaranteed 17 QFx Inner Spring Mattress J- I U nfinished Chairs .89 For Courtesy, Quality and Service Try Paul L. Sale & Co. MESA COOLIDGE CONVENIENT CREDIT j Waldo Slack, of the Pay’n Takit store, won the quilt that the Desert Woman’g Club raffled off at the j dance Saturday night. The Junior Woman’s Club met Monday at the home of Mrs. Fred Slater. The hostesses were Mrs. Sally Stringer and Mrs. P. Suit. The reports of tf|e state convention were given by Mrs. Hauskens and Mrs. Earl Hicks. Exclusive Elgin, Hamilton, Bulova, and Westfield dealer. Shelter in Mauk Theatre Building. The Annual Junior Woman's;! Club banquet and installation of officers will be held Monday eve ning, May Bth at Vah Ki Inn. Mrs. McWhorter, state, officer of the Federation of Woman’s Club, of Tucson will be the guest of honor. The Southern Pacific Railroad i u to be congratulated in grading and ! resurfacing the entrance south of; the depot. This was a very neces- i THE COOLIDGE DAIRY H. L. Holland E. M. Gammage Milk Delivered ON TIME Every Day I Phone 120J3 BOB’S PLACE Enjoy a Game of t Billiards or Pool Full Line of Fine Beer, Liquors and Wine. \ We Appreciate Your 808 FOY, Proprietor MAIN STREET • - * COOLIDGE, ARIZONA THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1939 L. O. Fiscel, county engineer, states that the County Board of Supervisors have set up a Project to pave from what is known as Borree’s Corner through Coolidge to the four mile corner adjoining the Security Farms east of Coo lidge. Provision is also made to in stall storm drains on Coolidge avenue. When completed this will consist of a five mile strip of pave ment. Mr. and Mrs. M. Bernard and son of Coolidge will move to Boulder, Colo, in the near future, j They have been residents of Coo ; lidge the past two years, operating j a shoe shop. They have a son liv ing at Boulder. Dr. B. L. Steward of Coolidge and Dr. Tucker of Ray left Tues ! day for Guaymas, Mexico, to en i joy a week or more of the World’s ' best fishing. O. H. Maude of Flor | ence who just returned Monday j from Guaymas had the doctors all l pepped up with his fishing yarns.