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To Give Merit
Tests By Radio
A unique method of giving merit
system performance tests will be
put in use next Tuesday and the
whole state will be able to “sit
in" on the examination, according
to information received by Dan J.
Sullivan, manager of \the Casa
Grande office. Arizona State Em
ployment Service, who was in
Coolidge yesterday on his schedul-'
ed weekly visit.
Dictation will be given by radio
to test the ability of stenographers
seeking positions with the employ
ment service and the job insurance
Your Clothes
Will Come Back
Fresh and Clean
They’ll even surprise you.
Elite will clean them so
you'll want to put them
right on and go out.
ELITE
CLEANERS
Coolidge Phone 231
| FIRST
I METHODIST
I CHURCH
I Rev. A. A. KIDD, Pastor
1 THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
B S. S. Hour 10:00 A.M.
I Children’s Church Service .... 11:00 A.M.
B Worship Hour 11:10 A.M.
B Song Service—Worship Hour.. 7:30 P.M.
B Friday 7:30 F.M.
B Song Service Social Hour
YOU 25]
REALLY RELAX!
When the
LIGHT is RIGHT
When you sit down in your easy chair,
with your evening newspaper, you want
to relax and rest. But you can’t do it
if you must strain to see the newsprint.
Eyestrain is just as fatiguing as a hard
day’s work.
A good way to be sure of good lighting
is through the use of I.E.S. Better Sight
Lamps. No glare—no strain. Marvelous
for reading, study, sewing. Every mem
ber of your family needs the sight saving
help of these lamps. See them at your
favorite dealers.
PROTECT PRECIOUS EYESIGHT
ARIZONA EDISON CO., INC.
division of the state unemployment!
compensation commission, it wasj
learned. The Merit System Council j
which provides qualified applicants]
for positions with the two state I
divisions has previously used per-1
formance tests, but the use of
radio facilities is a new develop
ment.
The examination will consist of
two and four minute periods of
dictation at various speeds to test
the applicants’ ability to take and
transcribe shorthand notes. The
selections will be read over sta
tions of the Arizona Broadcasting
Company Network between 6:30
and 7:00.
o
Eloy To Have
Library Soon
A circulating library will be
opened in Eloy February 15th by
the Lions Club. It will be housed
in the Glor Electric Company and
will be open daily. The public will
have a selection of both fiction
and non-fiction to choose from and
will be guided in their choice by
Mrs. Grace Gino, who will be in
1 charge.
The library buying committee
will include Mrs. Bob Hamilton,
Edward Pretzer and Grace Gino.
A
B Diesel
B Farmalls
H McCormick-Deering
■ Machinery
If E. C. GRASTY
fl IMPLEMENT Co.
SP Coolidge Casa Grande
Slate Magician
In High School
Next Tuesday
Billed as a big indoor circus of
mystery The Great Virgil and his
troupe will present a full evening
entertainment of magic and illu
sion in Coolidge high school audi
torium next Tuesday night. Febru
ary 11th. And for the children
there will be an afternoon matinee
guaranteed to be thrilling enough
for even the most ardent fans.
In addition to magical effects
and illusions, The Great Virgil will
present his mad-merry gang of
spooks, goblins, and ghosts; a
feature that he is using through
out America to crowd the largest
theatres and auditoriums.
Six sets of scenery, beautiful,
costumes, special lighting and I
equipment are used in the pre
sentation of this mystery spec
tacle.
The Great Virgil has spent ai
life-time developing this extrava
ganza of mystery and among the
many breath-taking acts to be seen
here will be; “Simba,” the real
live African Lion, The Beautiful
Hindoo Princess Asleep in Mid-air,
An Execution on Mars. The Fam
ous Hindoo Rope Mystery, Hin
doo Basket Miracle, Chinese Opium
Den Mystery, Chinatown After
Dark, Satan Burns a Man, The
Dissolving of the Bodies of two
Human Beings, and dozens of
others.
Julie, the psychic enigma, will
be a special feature with The
Great Virgil Show'. Julie is said by
scientists and doctors, to possess
a mind 4,000 years ahead of our
times, and will prove conclusively
her ability to actually read the
minds of the audience.
o
Chicago Matron
Is Loma Verde
Guest For Month
Mrs. J. C. Stauffer of Chicago
has recently arrived at Loma Ver
de guest ranch, where she will re
main for a month. She is busy rid
ing horseback, and enjoying the
western surroundings, for which
she expresses real enthusiasm.
* • *
Julian Woodruff has installed a
new' milk house at Loma Verde,
modern and up to date in every
respect, thus insuring his guests
the best in Arizona’s most health
ful table beverage. He has also re
cently installed a Diesel engine to
irrigate his commodius acres.
• • •
® Mr. and Mrs. Nixon Hadley and
daughters Susan and Martha, w'ho
w’ere transferred from Albuquerque
to the Indian Service here, are
keeping house in one of the guest
cottages at Loma Verde.
o
Baptist Plan
Revival Here
Coolidge citizens will have an
opportunity to hear the Rev.
George B. Kendall of Phoenix, in
a two week’s revival meeting of
the First Baptist church here. Be
ginning Sunday, February 9th, he
will preach twice dally at 10 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m., answering numer
ous theological questions that
arise in the minds of laymen.
According to an announcement
issued by Rev. J. N. Campbell,
pastor of the First Baptist church
of Coo’idge, the revival sermons
will be based on such vital ques-
No. 1371
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL
In The Matter Os The Estate Os
C. C. McMurphy, deceased.
It appearing to the satisfaction
of the Court from the verified pe
tition on file herein of Albert M.
Peck, executor of the estate of the
above named deceased, that it is
necessary to sell the following de_
scribed property belonging to said
estate, to-wit:
The East Half (E%) of the
Southwest Quarter of
Section Thirty-Three (33),
Township Five South (TSS),
Range Seven East (R7E), Gila
and Salt River Base and Meri
dian, Pinal County, Arizona,
containing 80 acres, more or
less.
It is ordered that all persons
interested in the estate of said C.
C. McMurphy, deceased, appear be
fore the Superior Court of the
County of Pinal, State of Arizona,
at the courtroom thereof in the
Tow'n of Florence, in said County
and State, on the 24th day of
February, 1941, at the hour of 10
o’clock A.M., then and there to
show r cause, if any they have, why
an order as prayed for in said peti
tion should not be granted to said
executor to sell the above describ
ed real property at either public
or private sale for the purpose set
forth in said petition.
It is further ordered that a copy
of this order be published at least
once a week for four successive
w’eeks in the Coolidge Examiner
newspaper, printed and published
in said County.
Dated this 25th day of January,
1941.
(s) H. G. RICHARDSON,
Judge of the Superior Court
First publication January 31, 1941.
Last publication February 21, 1941
THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER
Register Twenty
Babies In Church
Cradle Roll Here
Gingerbread-men and milk,
twenty babies! —and the annual
Cradle Roll party was in full swing
at the Community Presbyterian
church yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Natt Dodge, Cradle Roll
chairman, managed the affair for
the babies. A special juvenile pro
gram was given by former Cradle
Roll members; among them Lucille
Douglas of Florence and Betty
Clark, the first two members to
join the Cradle Roll, thirteen
years ago. Both “old timers were
presented with a gift in remembr
ance of “long ago.”
Babies enrolled in this pre-Sun
day school for youngsters included
David William Kirby, Jo Ann
Irvine, Sara Lynn Wilson, Priscilla
Imogene Ware, Douglas Reed Daw r
son, Leland David Dawson, Judith
Cecilia Dodge, Paul Nolan Weurtz,
John Albert Hanna, Marian Alta
retta McMullin, Jean Ann Hinton,
Judith Ann Claridge, Glen Looman
Walker, Norma Jane Walker,
I Norma Jane Walker, Aaron Mickie
I Clark, Nancy Sharon Briscoe,
Sharon Isabel Jones, Karen Rosa
Anderson, Tracey Edward Gordon.
o
Choirs Os Five
Towns To Sing
Massed Chorus
Choirs from five valley towns,
Coolidge, Casa Grande, Florence,
Ajo and 6ila Rend are rehearsing
for a massed chorus to be pre
sented before the state president
of the Musicians Club, Mrs. John
M. Williams, at a luncheon in the
Womans Club at Casa Grande,
February 22nd.
Thursday evening the Coolidge
Musicians Club was host to Flor
ence and Casa Grande musicians,
affording an opportunity for the
clubs to rehearse jointly in the
high school auditorium before the
guest artist’s program, which was
the evening’s high light, w r as pre
sented.
Immediately following the pro
gram there was an informal re
ception for the clubs and visiting
artists at the home of Mrs. R. W
Taylor.
Gene Redewill of Rec\ewill
Music Co., Phoenix, loaned his
stineway Grand piano, which has
been sent here for the Macklin
conert, to the musicians for the
evening.
Guest artists were Mrs. Louise
Bullock, pianist; Miss Blythe Mil
ler, contralto, and Mrs. Ben Pat
Frissell, accompanist , who rend
erd the so”. jv. :ng program:
Celtic Sonata —McDowell
Mrs. Bullock
My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice
Saint Saens
Do Not Go My Lcve. .. Hagemann
Estrellita : Ponce
Llythc Miller
f Minor Nocturne
e Minor Waltz
f Minor Prelude —Chopin
Mrs. Bullock
My Hero Straus
None But the Lonely Heart
Tschaikowskv
Kashmiri Song. .Woodford Finden
The Rosary Nevins
Blythe Miller
—o
LOCAL HAPPENINGS
Henry Allen, from Globe, who
was injured when his car over
turned between here and Randolph
last w'eek, is in the Coolidge
Hospital.
tions as —“How long does salva
tion last? . . . “Is it possible to re
form permanently?” . . . "Why is
the new convert baptized?”
An invitation to attend is ex
tended by Rev. Campbell to every
citizen in Coolidge and its
envrions.
I WHERE
OLD FRIENDS
MEET!
For that business ap
pointment, tell him to
meet you at The Oak
Tavern and talk it
over over your drinks.
Easily reached.
OAK TAVERN
FLORENCE
Joint Meeting
Will Welcome
Auxiliary Head
There will be a joint meeting
here with the Coolidge, Casa Gran
de and Florence American Legion
auxiliaries taking part in a pro
gram to welcome Mrs. Lydia Sol
berg of Flagstaff, president of the
Legion auxiliary department of
Arizona. She and Mr. Solberg
will arrive on February 2Hth.
The American Legion auxiliary
of Coolidge met in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Talla Mon
day evening to complete plans
for the president’s arrival and dis
euss welfare problems which have
come to the attention of the or
ganization.
o
Dessert Bridge
Mrs. Ren Arnold was hostess at
a dessert bridge in her home
Thursday afternoon.
Those present were Mesdames
Rina Rlcknel, Jean Soule, Alberta
Jamison, Ruby Elliott, Lolete Tal
la, M. M. Ware and Ivy Vensel.
High score was won by Mrs.
Ware.
o
Bridge Luncheon
Rridge followed a covered dish
luncheon at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Smith Friday evening.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Johnson, Phil Claridge, A. L.
Novell,, Leon Smith and Mrs.
Mildred Hendry.
o
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lidge Examiner.
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Bodily Injury liability . .
Property damage . . Collision
. . Fire and theft . . Hospital
bills . . For Insurance you
should have call or write
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(specials!
I FRIDAY and SATURDAY - FEBRUARY 7 and 8 I
I B j BUTTER LB. -3XII CRACKERS m\\
_ # Monarch ii
JAM qt. jar 19c p oo j 0 f Wheal pkg 19c I
SOAP FLAKES, RINSO Ig 19c Quick Arrow Ig 19c 11
Comet Rice 2lb pkg 14c 241bs .si.isl
I Salty** ,U a .101 l
PEACHES cans . 25c I
PORK & BEANS
LARD lb 10c I
Pkgs. .nil
FRUITS and VEGETABLES JERGENS SOAP 3
Borrees Garden Fresh ' |B
SPINACH, 3 bunches 5c I
RED APPLES, 6 lbs 25c I
POTATOES, 10 lbs 21c i
BANANAS, 4 lbs 19c I
Delicious APPLES, lg. 3 lbs . . ,25c fi tit
NEW POTATOES, 7 lbs 25c 3cL«s~g-4V*3v i
- Bon-ees Guaranteed U. S. Injected - FROZEN FOODS l
Steaks, Round, Sirloin or Florence Only Jp
T-Bone, lb 27c Green Beans, pkg . ,22c jjg
BACON, lb 25c Peas, 12 oz 23c |||
SALT PORK, Eastern, lb 15c Brocolli, pkg 25c Jf|
Fresh OYSTERS, extra lg. pint 45c Cut Corn, P k g 23c gi
Borree’s Food Market 1
FLORENCE BORREE’S CORNER ||
Spangehls Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Spangehl
entertained with a dessert bridge
at the Herbert Hanna home Satur
day evening
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. George Dell, Earl Smith, Her
bert Hanna and Miss Daisy Hart
man.
High scores were won by Mrs.
Smith and Mr. Spangehl
No. 1651
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF FRANCISCA REN
TERIA, DECEASED.
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN by
the undersigned, T. E. Scar
borough, Administrator of the Es
tate of Francisca Renteria, De
ceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, with
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1941
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said T. E. Scarborough, at 425
Ellis Building, Phoenix, Arizona,
the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said
estate, in Maricopa County, Ari
zona.
DATED this 30th day of Janu
ary, 1941.
T. E. SCARROROUGH.
Administrator of the Estate
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ceased.
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