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Local Happenings
Miss Bess Howell, University of
Arizona student, was a visitor in
Coolidge Sunday and Monday. She
was a house guest of Ina Mae
Reinhardt.
Ray Bowen returned home Sun
day evening from Patagonia where
he has been with the C.C.C. corps.
Marvin Harris, Wayland College
student at Plainview, Texas,
spent the holidays with his par
ents in Coolidge.
Mr. and Mr*. Bill Dunlap and
daughter, Dora Mae, of Olney,
Texas, spent the Christmas holi
days in Coolidge with relatives.
Mrs. Harold Moag and son,
George, returned the latter part of
the week from the Coast where
they have been vacationing for
several months.
Mr. and Mrs. To m Dunlap and
family, Mrs. O. L. Dunlap and two
children, Peggy and Coy have gone
to Bakersfield, California, for the
holidays,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Campbell and
son, of Superior spent the holidays
with Mr. Campbell’s parents, Rev
and Mrs. J. N. Campbell in Coo
lidge.
Mr. W. H. Dunlap of Wilcox has
arrived in Coolidge for a visit of
several weeks with relatives.
Jane Stringer and C. Baker of
Ray visited with Mrs. Stringers’
mother, Mrs. Lee Blackwood
Christmas night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lindemann
and son, Lee, left this week for
Pasedena where they will at end
the Rose Bowl game.
Mr. and Mrs. Passmore of El
Paso, Texas, were visitors in Coo
lidge this week.
Miss Mabel Carter of Phoenix
Junior college spent the holidays
at her home in Coolidge.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coker of
Tiger and daughter Jackie spent
the holidays in Coolidge.
Farmer Browti returned from Su
perior where he has been a busi
ness visitor for several days.
Mrs. Rowena King and Mrs. C.
M. Mangon returned Sunday from
old Mexico where they have been
for several days.
H. A. Odom and Jack Pretzer of
Eloy have returned from a fishing
trip to Guaymas, Mexico.
Herman Libkind has returned to
Coolidge after being in Phoenix
for several days.
Miss Helen Coffey, sister of
Francis Coffey and a Miami teach
er was a Coolidge visitor Thurs
day.
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Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Olsen has
returned from a short trip to
Riverside and Los Angeles, where
they spent the holidays with
relatives.
Mr, and Mrs. Riley Cleveland
and daughter, Sharon, were Phoe
nix visitors Saturday afternoon.
Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Livingston
and daughters. Loretta and Roch
elle, were guests of Mrs. Living
ston’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Reinhardt Friday night and Satur
day. Tne Livingstons were en
route to their home in Safford
from Yuma where they had been
spending the holidays with Mr.
Livingston's parents, and other
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Winkler and
sons, Guy and Ray, spent Christ
mas day in Phoenix with Mr.
Winkler’s brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph LeCroix.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wickersham
spent the holiday at their former
home in Safford. The Wicker
shams came to Coolidge a few
weeks ago to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bracken
spent Christmas day in Tucson
with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jackson of
Maryville, Calif., were visitors in
Coolidge over the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jones return
ed home Sunday from California
where they spent the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blackwood
spent part of Christmas day in
Casa Grande with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Odom were
visitors in Chandler with Mrs.
Odom’s parents Wednesday after
noon.
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Development Superior
Silver Group Starts
An extensive development pro
gram at the Gorham and Halls
group of claims, seven miles south
west of Superior, Arizona, is be
ing inaugurated. The property Is
an old producer of high-grade sil
ver and lead ore, with supple
mental values in gold and copper,
but work there in recent years
has been handicapped by a lack
of capital and a suitable trans
portation outlet.
Operations are to be financed
by a California syndicate under
the name of the Silver Peak Min
ing Company.
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Subscribe for The Examiner.
No. 6590
SUMMONS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL
THELMA PATRICIA CHISM,
Plaintiff, vs. CLINTON WESLEY
CHISM, Defendant.
THE STATE OF ARIZONA to
the above named defendant CLIN
TON WESLEY CHISM.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMON
ED and required to appear and de
fend in the above entitled action
in the above entitled court, within
TWENTY DAYS, exclusive of the
day of service, after service of this
summons upon you if served with
in the State of Arizona, or within
THIRTY DAYS, exclusive of the
day of service, if served without
the State of Arizona, and you are
hereby notified that in case you
fail so to do, judgment by default
will be rendered against you for
the relief demanded in the com
plaint.
The name and address of plain
tiff’s attorney is J. Phil Claridge
Coolidge, Arizona.
Given under my hand and
the seal of the Superior
Court of the State of Arizona
in and for the County of
Pinal, this 9th day of Dec.
1940.
(Seal)
T. J. MARKS,
Clerk.
Ist pub. 12-12-40.
Last pub. 1-2-41.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United States
Department of the Interior
General Land Office at Phoenix:
Arizona
November 25, 1940
NOTICE is hereby given that j
Earl Buttrick, of 407 E. Washing
ton St., Phoenix, Arizona, who, on
May 15, 1930, made Homestead
Entry, Sec. 2289, R.S.U.S., No.
062171, for N\V(4, Section 8, Town
ship 6 S., Range 8 E., G&S.R.B.&
Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before
Register, United States Land Of
fice, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the
7th day of January, 1941.
Claimant names as witnesses:
T. L. Lloyd, of Phoenix, Arizona.
W. G. Detweiler, of Randolph,
Arizona.
C. E. Babbit, of Randolph, Ari
zona.
E. D. Chandler, of Casa Gran
de, Arizona.
To be published for 5 consecu
tive weeks in ‘‘The Coolidge Ex
aminer,” Coolidge, Arizona, Ist
publication December 5. 1940. j
P. J. KEOHANE.
Register.
Ist pub. 12-5-40.
i Last pub. 1-2-41.
THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER

1 Out of Town
j Merchants
|i Don’t pay taxes here
B Don t buy their groceries from Coolidge Merchants
8 Don’t come here for their furniture
SB Don’t patronize Coolidge garages or service stations
m Don’t purchase shoes and sox here
2 Don’t wear Coolidge clothing
1 Don’t smoke cigars and cigarettes bought in Coolidge
1 Don’t ride on tires bought in Coolidge
M Don’t pay wages to Coolidge labor
I But Coolidge
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>li Remember that money spent with Coolidge Merchants
■ stays in Coolidge and keeps the wheels of Coolidge in-
Idustry moving.
And That Reminds Us
We PRINT or SELL
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The Coolidge Examiner
FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1941

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