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Season’s First Meet Held By Musicians Members of Coolidge Musicians Club belt! their initial meeting of the season Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Avis Hobby, presi dent. Plans were made for future mu sical activities and the forming of a community chorus was adopted as the clubs project. "A Sing ing Community " will be their mot to. The musician's year book was discussed and a suggestion for its cover design, offered by Mrs. R. W. Taylor, was adopted. Mrs. Taylor and Miss Ruth Miller will have charge of printing and edit ing the year book. Those present were Mrs. B. L Steward, Mrs Taylor, Mrs. Robert Springfield, Mrs Harry Culbert, Mrs. J. I> Faster and Mrs. I* R. Winkler. Miss !»oris Hale was a special guest. - n Degree Wcrk Put On Members of Coolidge Chapter of Odd Fellow conferred initiatory work at Ma.onic Temple Tuesday night Following the ceremonies, re freshments were served. • Miss Marietta l.tgan of Los Angeles, vho has been visiting Mrs C. V. Steward and Mrs. Av is Hobby returned home last week. • Mr. and Mr M M Ware, sons Hilly and Mac, and Mr. and Mrs. C L. Skousen and son Bobby at tended Rinding Brothers Circus at Tucson. Sunday. • Mrs. Ray I.indemann, Miss Su san Cbadborn. Miss Marjorie Stor ie. Miss Katherine Brown and Miss Nancy Crandall plan a trip to Tucaon tomorrow, where they will have a Spanish dinner togeth er. —STOP AT— THE ICEBERG _ for— HAMBURGERS COLD DRINKS _ AND HOME MADE PIES ARIZONA BLVD. BUSINESS DIRECTORY E. H. Pederson Distributor SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Vacuum Cleaners, Electric Irons Box 712 Casa Grande Coolidge Laundry Phone 267 Across from High School * LET OUR PHONE LINE BE YOUR CLOTHES LINE” COOLIDGE Auto Supply “Everything for the Auto” J. C. Jayne. Proprietor Central Ave., Ariz. Blvd., Phone 47 Harry N. Sheller JEWELER Guaranteed Watch Repairing For Less Coolidge Theatre Building Sea Lane HOTEL Houses, apartments, rooms Right locality, right condition, right prices. Bee 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 BOB’S PLACE Billiards or Pool J B 1 Full Lint of Fine Beer, We Appreciate Your f 808 FOY, Proprietor MAIN STREET - - - COOLIDGE, ARIZONA Mrs. Gates Hostess Mrs. Roger Gates was hostess to a group of fellow bridge students and their teachers for an after noon of cards in her home on S it i urday. Mrs. Eugene Dudding won first prize and Mrs. Phil Claridge won second prize. Those present were Mrs. Clar idge and Mrs. A. L. Nowell, teach ers. Mrs. James Luthy, Mrs Robert Springfield. Mrs. Budding Mrs. C. L. Kenworthy. Mrs. Hat old Wrenn. Mrs. C. E. Odom, Mrs Carl McFarland and Mrs. Burnam Smith. Mrs. Karl Fisher. Mrs. Dalton Cole and Mrs. Sam Taylor were special guests. o Rainbow Girls Set Installation Date Public installation ceremonies for incoming officers of Coolidge Assembly. Order of Rainbow for Girls, have been set for Wednes day. October Ist. at 8:30 p. rn. in Masonic Temple. Ruby Sparks, outgoing worthv advisor, will act as Instating of fleer and Hetty Faye McE’.ien will :erve as installing marshall. Mrs J. J Jones w ill be installing r'np lain and Mrs Leon Smith in i II ing organist. The ceremonies wi be formal. j Refreshments will be serged fo’ lowing installation and nil t*> •' ents and friends of Rainbow Girls are Invited to attend. Those taking office will be Ear ! veline Palmer, worthy advisor; Sarah Louise Arnold, associate | worthy * advisor; Evelyn Troutt. charity; Gloria Appel. hope; j Frances Short, faith; Johnnie Jean Dixon, recorder; Barbai i Talla. treasurer; Elmeretta Nafziger. chaplain; and Ella Mae Bammert. drill leader. Elders Elected At Community Church Three new elders. Miss Gladys Roche. R. W. Taylor and F E. Stonehocker. were elected at Com munity Presbyterian Church fol lowing the Sunday morning ser vice. World Wide Communion Day. Sunday, October sth. has been chosen for ordination of the eld ers-elect. Coolidge Community church is one of the few churches using the Presbyterian form of government that elects women to its eldership, according to the Reverend J. I> Easter, pastor. Under the plan of government used in this church, he says, one third of the eldership retires each year, thereby main taining a balance of new and ex perienced officers. Old members of the church council are Mrs. Jessie A. Luthy. Mrs. Natt N. Dodge, Mrs. R. W. Taylor, Fred Wuertz and J. J Jones. o • Mrs. Edgar Shoemaker and son Edgar, Jr., were in Tucson Sat urday on business. DAILY SERVICE DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED FREE! Phone Collect Tempe 801 Tempe .805 Immediate Pickup of HORSES—CATTLE—SHEEP HOGS Buyers of Butcher Shop Bones Greases Fats Oils Field Bones—Pelts—Hides and Wool Highest Prices paid for Live Old Horses and Cattle Maricopa County Tallow Works Residence Phone 801 or 805 Established S’nce 1929 J. L. Lavorel, Owner TEMPE, ARIZONA Local Happenings • Mrs. Fred Bassler of Casa Grande visited friends in Coolidge Friday. 9 Mrs. Flora Larkin of Globe is the house guest of Mrs. A. A- King. Mrs. Larkin is making a two week's visit. •Mr and Mrs. Charles M Easter of Los Angeles, who have been visiting their son and daughter-in law the Reverend and Mrs. Joseph I). Easter, returned home Wednes day. • Mrs. B. L. Steward, who has been visiting her parents, the Rev erend and Mrs. W. P. Harmon at Lynchburg. Virginia. returned home Friday. 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So, get Fortified Richfield to power —u, ■., THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER ine Lollar spent the week-end in Phoenix, where they attended Ringling Brother's Circus. • Mrs. Rufus Johnston and Mrs. David Yeager visited Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Cox at Chandler, Sunday. • Mrs. J. W. Hogue was in Globe from Saturday to Tuesday on business. • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alexander and children Ginger and Houston Everett, Mrs. J. w. Beauchamp, and Miss Oneita' Alexander spent Sunday in Phoenix. Mrs. George A. Hanna, Jr., and son John Al bert returned with the group to Coolidge, where they will spend a week visiting the Beauchamps, Mrs. Hanna's parents. • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Slater, chil dren Bert and Lenora, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks and daughter Karlen*- were at Tucson, »Sunday, where they attended Ringling Brothers Circus. • Dewey Compton was in Phoenix on. business, Monday. • Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chapman, sons Amos Carl, and Jack, Jr. who left in February for Tulsa. Okla homa. returned Thursday to again make their home in Coolidge. Jack Chapman is a brother of Bob Chapman, owner of Chapman Brothers Garage. • Rufus Johnston and Dave Yeag I “Good equipment makes a good farmer better’’ McCormick-Deering Machinery E. C. GRASTY IMPLEMENT Co Coolidge Casa Grande er spent Sunday in the mountains target shooting byway of practice Dignity QUIET, restful atmos phere, soft music, low ~ lights. The perfect tmfU-; combination for you * " " I and your friends to have an enjoyable eve _. . ning. Finest drinks, Picacho 2 ... . , . delicious refreshments. Get up a Party! For Come in soon. You’ll Reservations, call congratulate yourself ROY CLARK for * iav ' n fl discovered us! FAMOUS MONTEZUMA INN PICACHO, ARIZONA ' mm.mrnj., 'rnmiMnl—l^ FRIDAY. SEPT. 26, 1941 for a deer hunt they plan in the near future.