FRIDAY, SEPT. 26, 1941
Slight injuries to passengers
and approximately SIOO damages
to a car and truck resulted early
Thursday morning when a light
sedan driven by Erfie Walters
crashed into the hack of a WPA
government tru< k driven by Char
lie Williams, half a mile east of
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Coolidge on old Borree Store road.
Walters' brother Lloyd, 17, a
passenger in the sedan was cut
on the chin when his head crash
ed through the windshield. Wal
ters and Williams escaped with
It is assumed that Walters was
blinded by the sup. Damage to
his car approximated $75. accord
ing to highway patrolman Roger
Gates, and about $25 damage to
Dinner Here Monday
J. W. Beauchamp was surprised
on his birthday Monday by a din
ner planned by bis family. When
he returned from business, the
house was darkened while a birth
day cake, alight with candles
greeted his entrance.
Those present were Mr. and
Otis Sasser. Mr. and Mr,. C.
Bickford. Mrs. J. C. (Mother!
Beauchamp. Mrs. George Hanna.
Jr., and son John Albert of Fhoe
nix, Mr. Beauchamp's daughter
and grandson, nnd, of course, Mrs.
Mrs. Smith Hostess
Mrs. Harvey Smith entertained
the Wednesday bridge club this
week at the home of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Murray. Mrs.
B. L. Steward was a special guest
for the afternoon Others present
were Mesdames N. G. Murray. C.
J. Moody. George Dempster, Roil
ney Elsberry. Avis Hobby and Karl
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A gala bicycle parade in which
boys and girls from Coolidge.
Eloy, Casa Grande and Florence
participated was staged here Sat
urday morning. Bicycles were
decorated with crepe paper and
ribbon streams in anticipation of
a ''big morning.” Free tickets to
the San Carlos theater were be
ing given by Bruce Moody of West
ern Auto Supply to all valley
youngsters who owned Western
Flyer bicycles, with the additional
thrill of a new Western Flyer giv
en free to the hoy or girl whose
lucky number was drawn.
Arthur Kempton, manager of
San Carlos theater, gave a bicycle
speedometer as an additional prize
for the best decorated bicycle.
John Dye of Coolidge won the
bicycle and Hinton Ellis, Coolidge,
won the speedometer.
One hundred and thirty-seven
Western Flyer bicycles have been
sold in the valley since May 10th.
according to Mr. Moody.
Bridge Party Tuesday
Mrs. W. D. Johnson was hostess
to her bridge club Tuesday after
noon at her home on Pinkley ave
nue. Mrs Don Paul won the high
prize and Mrs. Leon Smith played
second. Others present were Mrs.
Harvey Smith. Mrs Clifford Clem
ents. Mrs. N. G. Murray, Mrs. Har
ry Culbert and Mrs. Win. Nowell.
Mrs. Mahan Honored
Honoring Mrs Russell Mahan.
»'ho will leave next week for New
Mexico, Mrs George McLain was
hostess Friday afternoon at a IJv
erjKK>| rummy party. Tea was
served after the game, and Mrs.
Mahan was presented with a gift
Mrs. George Dempster won high
prize, and Mrs. C. E. Odom won
the second prize.
Those present were Mesdames
C. A. Thomas, R. V. Campbell.
Natt N. Dodge, Parke Soule. Carl
McFarland. George Dempster, A.
W. Spangebl, William Ray, C. E.
Odom, W I* Ritchey. William
Pew and Russel) Mahan.
Party At Murray’s
The Tuesday Nile Club met at
the home of Mr and Mrs. N. G.
Murray this week. Hugh Miller
and Mrs. Wm. Elliott played high
in the contract bridge. Mrs. Har
vey Smith was a special guest,
and the Murray's other guests
were Messrs, and Mesdames A.
D. Tyler. James Hines, Parke
Soule, C. J. Moody, Martin Talla
and Mr. Wm. Elliott.
Tea At Dodge Home
Park Service women were guests
of Mrs. Natt N. Dodge at a tea
Monday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. C. A. Thomas. Mrs. Thomas
is the wife of the custodian of
Bandelier National Monument.
She and her children will be in
Coolidge until spring. A deep red
rose in a crystal bowl was used
as the centerpiece for the dainty
Those present were Mesdames
Thomas. C. A. Chrisman, Louis
C.aßtellum, Charlie Steen. Charles
A. Richey. Joe Golden. Russell
Mahan, Parke Soule and F. E.
While her mother entertained
her friends, little Judy Dodge was
hostess at an outdoor tea party
for the children. Judy's guests in
cluded Patricia and Dennis Ma
han. Oralie Stonehocker, “Chuck
er” Richey. Allison Steen. Barbara
Chrisman. Celeste Gastellum, Pe
ter Soule and Griffen Dodge.
The first meeting of the board
of the Coolidge P. T. A. will be
held Tuesday, September 30, at
2:30 o’clock at the home of Mrs.
George Dempster on Byrd avenue.
Plans for the activities of the
parent Teacher Association for the
coming year will be discussed
Mrs. Dempster requests that all
members of the board be present.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Aldrich will
arrive here today to visit Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Jayne. Mrs. Aldrich is
the Jayne’s daughter. The Al
drich's have been stationed at Pa
nama City. Canal Zone, the last
year. They arrived at Browns
ville, Texas, Wednesday having
come by plane from Panama City.
They visited in El Paso en route.
Mr. Aldrich is an engineer with
the United States Bureau of Good
Roads. He does not expect to re
turn to Panama.
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• Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Zahalsky
of San Diego. California, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Zahalsky and Mrs. Ethel Zahalsky
from Sunday to Tuesday. The
Maurice Zahalskys made a sur
prise trip to spend their New-
Year's holiday season with their
relatives. Monday the Zahalskys
celebrated with a dinner at which
the two families, and Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Bloch of Florence were
• Mrs. D W. Hall returned Sun
day from Chino Valley, where she
visited her son and daughter-in
law Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Hall.
Mrs. Thomas Hall is convalescing
from injuries received in an auto
mobile accident two wetks ago.
• Mrs F. P- Jamieson and her
sifter Mrs. E. O. Devine of Flor
ence. returned Tuesday from Sil
ver City, N* v Mexico, where they
visited their aunt Mrs. Belle
Clark. Mrs. ('lark returned with
her nieces to spend the winter
• A new Nestle Drier, which
draws the air up instead of blow
ing it into the face, was installed
at Effie’s Beauty Parlor over the
week-end. This makes the fourth
new-type blower they have had in
• ('ail Stubblfield visited Mr. am!
Mrs. George A. Hanna, Jr., at
Phoenix over the week end.
• Mr. and Mrs. J M Hines and
Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Tyler were in
Tucson. Sunday, where they at
tended Ringling Brothers Circuo.
• Mrs. G- H. Walker and son
Glen attended Ringling Brothers
Circus at Tucson, Sunday.
• Miss Wilda Johnson, who ha
been suffering from influenza, is
reported to be much better.
•Mr an<l Mrs. J. J. Jones. Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Prather and son
Roy from Blythe, California, and
Mrs. I.eon Smith spent Saturday
at Phoenix, where they attended
Ringling Brothers Circus.
• Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohen
and children Rose I>ee and Ben
Jo spent Monday at Tucson w here
a family reunion dinner was cele
brated at the home of Mrs. Coh
en's father. A. Kauffman. Mrs.
Sarah Kolk of New York and Los
well Fine. University of Arizona
student, were present. Mrs. Kolk
and Mr. Fine are Mrs. Cohen's
aunt and nephew respectively.
• lira. W R Urton, atm BlUy
and I-»rry Corbett visited Mrs. J.
H. Reeves at Camp Hope in the
Superstition Mountains, Sunday.
Mrs. Reeves is Mrs. Urton's moth
er. Next Sunday Mrs. Urton is
planning a trip to Camp Hope to
bring Mrs. Reeve's home.
• Mrs. R. W. Chadborn. who has
been ill for the past week, is re
ported to be improving.
• Mrs. C. D. Tindall drove to Tuc
son Friday for her daughter Ger
aldine, who is enrolled at Immacu
late Park Academy there. Gerald
ine spent Friday night with her
parents here and Saturday with
her grandmother, Mrs. R. W.
Wood at Casa Grande, returning to
• Mrs. L. it. Winkler was unable
to be at her office Monday because
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• Mrs. Ada loanee of Prescott vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sheller
over the week-end. Mrs. Lance is
Mr. Sheller's cousin.
• Carl Williams of the Corner
Drug Store in Safford, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Sasser the early
part of the week.
• (Jus Hill, 53rd Infantry, Fort
Ord, California, who has been here
on leave for the past two weeks,
left Sunday to report at Camp for
• Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Prather and
I son Roy from Blythe spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
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PRICES EFFECTIVE IN COOLIDGE & FLORENCE, FRI. & SAT., SEPT. 26-27
DAT DAACTC ROUND BONE CUTS lb. 20c
rui RUAjI J ----- CHOICE CHUCK lb. 18c
BEEFSTEAKS - -ROUND OR SIRLOIN LB. 29c
ASSORTED LUNCH MEATS pound 25c
HAMBURGER - lb. 15c SALT PORK - - lb. 15c
STEW MEAT - lb. 13c BACON 11 '" w “‘27c
FARM FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
SWEET POTATOES Fancy Arizona Grown 4 LBS ISc
POTATOES No 2 Grade 10 ,bs 9c 100 lb sack 89c
Mountain Grown ,
‘ ‘‘,;L lb i2 C ONIONS
CARROTS - - 3lbs. lOc FancySP ani S h
BANANAS --3 lbs. 13c 4 jq c
BELLFLOWER APPLES 10 lbs. 25c
FOR SAVINGS AND DEFENSE Buy National Defense Stamps Sold At All Safeway Stores
GARDENSIDE l u G ™ nul * ted
TOMATOES 10c ea. &BAL ««....“1..*. 1 #,
No. 2V2 can
10 LB. BAGS I P & G SOAP 5 for 19c
PINTO BEANS 41c Old Dutch Cleanser . 3 for 20c
5 LB. BAG 21c Sunbrite Cleanser .. 3 for 13c
REX JELLY 36c WHITE MAGIC BLEACH
2i/ 2 LB. Bucket 19c Pt. 6c Qt. 9c */ 2 Gal. 15c
Sleepy Hollow KEEN SHORTENING
SYRUP 12 ° Z ' ca " 13c 1 Lb. Pkg. 15c 4 Lb. Pkg. 54c
26 ' oz - CAN SUNNYBANKOLEO lb. 14c
Sugar Belle Blended 2 LB. PKG 27c
PEAS -12 c
" M J RAINBOW
Gardenside Cut _ BUTTER lb. 39c
Green Beans 3 : 25c
I Large Size ln Cartons
i EGGS doz. 39c
Glen Valley ——
Pork & Beans 3 -25 c 7“
No. 2 1 /* Can 1 Lb. Toastee Loaf
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES
• George and Nick iayduke re
turned Tuesday from two week's
vacation during which they visit
ed friends in Washington, D. C.,
and New York. The Haydukes
also visited New Orleans.
NOTICE OF SALE OF CAR
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, Mclntyre’s Garage
of Cooiidge, Arizona, will sell at
Public auction at its place of busi
ness at 10 o’clock a. m. on Fri-
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Everyone seems to be full of
good cheer at Martin's . . .
friendlier crowd anywhere.
Everyone's here for a good
tlme and y° u 9 ct your share
wlSSmim Martin’s Desert
SrttWßPpMK* j COOLIDGE
day the 10th day of October, 1941,
for storage charges amounting to
$50.00, one Buick Sedan. 4-Door,
Kngine No. 2889417, Serial No.
2729934. Model 1934.
This sale is made pursuant to
and in accordance with Section
204 1 of the 1928 revised code of
Arizona to recover the storage
By L. A. Mclntyre
First publication, Sept. 19, 1941.
Last publication, Sept. 26, 1941.
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