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Couple Married In California Will Live In Coolidge Mi** Beverly Jean Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mr#. Roscoe Orrln Stewart of Beverly Hills. California, exchanged vows with Forrest Eyre Sutterle of Califor nia. on Stepleiuber 24th at All Saint's Episcopal church in Bever ly Hill* Mr. Sutterle is one of the own ers of Arizona itanches. Inc., an extensive development north of Coolidge He was born and raised in Shanghai. China, and is considered one of the best polo players ever in the Orient. The former Miss Stewart is a graduate of Mills College. Oak land. daughter of a prominent family of cattle owners in Cali fornia. Mr and Mrs. Sutterle, Jr., will be at home to their friends after October Ist at Vah-KI Inn. - o • l>ella Lou Ware, sophomore, returned from State Teachers Col lege at Flagstaff last week to ac cept a position with Farm Security Administration at 11 Mile Corner Migratory Camp SURETY TITLE & TRUST CO. lu< oriKJtaiod 1912 Dependable Title Service Title Insurance issued by Phoeni* Title A Trust Co. Phone lt'2 Florence, Ariz. I LOW COST CAR INSURANCE We are prepared to ! aid in Lowest Cost Fi nance in the State. Makes Low Cos! Finance LOUCKS Midge Di S nit y QU,ET ' re,tful atmo * f\ phere, soft music, low V - VyL/ 4 JI light*. The perfect i Jf * combination for you I j and your friend* to have an enjoyable eve 0. . nlng. Fineat drink*, deltciou* refreshments. Get up a Party! For Come in soon. You'll Reservations, call congratulate yourself ROY CLARK for having discovered u. 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Personal Loans up to S3OO carry a $lO per year charge for each SIOO borrowed Loans of more than S3OO cost only $8 per SIOO per year If vou need extra funds for medical or dental expenses, taxes, assessments, insurance premiums, past-due obligations or for any other useful purpose come in for a friendly, confidential discussion about a thnity Valley Bank Personal Loan. SINETrEN FRIENDLY, CO IVEMIE NT ° T AR l " New Agent Fills Alabam Vacancy Frank Cloverdale. former agent of Aiabam Freight Lines here, has been transferred to Phoenix as assistant dock foreman. He is succeeded here by Herschel Me- Cleary of St. Ix>uis, Missouri, who took over the agency last Thursday. The Cloverdales left Wednes day to make their home in Phoe nix. The McClearys, who have re cently arrived from St Louis, are now settled In Coolidge with their family. -o Bicknells Return A. T. Btcknell. custodian of Casa Grande National Monument, and Mrs Bicknell returned from a month’s vacation in California Monday afternoon. They spent ] most of their time at their home in i/ong Beach where they visited with their many friends. The Bicknell's also visited King's Canyon. Sequoia and (Jen eral Grant National Parks while they were In California. Mrs. Bicknell reports that she particu larly enjoyed the State Fair at Pomona and a dinner at Knox Berry Farm. o Church Members Hold Season’s Opening Social Members of the Woman's Relief Society of letter Day Saint’s church were hostesses at the season’s opening church Hocial Tuesday evening at the Desert j Woman’s Club. A wiener roast on the club j grounds was followed by a special > program and out of door games. Those present were Messrs and Mesdames William Ray. Roy Wing. A. W. Spangebl, A. Y. Tis fany. Jake Cbesley, Ezra Klien man. Mrs. Dave Johns. Mrs. Ix>r enzo Llsonbee, Mrs. Arthur Thom as. Mrs. George and Mrs. Bert Goodman of Florence. TEN YEARS AGC The Garcia Building, Main Street, which was damaged by the storms recently. Is to be remodel ed. The south of the building which collapsed when the base ment became flooded and seeped into the adobes, has been torn down and the adobes that had made the wall were used to fill the basement. The annual teacher’s reception will be held tonight at the Wo man’s Club house In Coolidge. The committee in charge of the pro gram will be Mrs. N. W. Bollin. Mrs. R. T. Prather. Mrs. T. W. Moxley, Mrs. J. F. Ktsenhart and Mrs. R. I). Cochran. Mrs. R. J Jones, president, of the club will give an address of welcome. Re freshments will be served and It is reported tHat dancing will be a feature of the program. Headed by a convict out on par i ole, a small grout* of thieves per j petrated several successful for j ays in the lai Palma district Fri day night, when ten lambs were hauled away from the H. H Mar I tin farm, considerable honey was j stolen from O. H. Bolt apiary, the 1 La Palma hotel building was dis mantled of doors and w indows and the O. R. Harding home was en tered in the absence of the fam ily and a general plundering fol lowed. Mr. Harding notified the sher iff’s office and deputy sheriff Chester McGee of Florence re ported. The trio captured proved to he Paul Turner, ex convict, out on parole. Herbert Bechtel and Hubert Hatton. Herbert Bechtel, 15 year old boy escaped last week He was con fined in the juvenile Jail at Flor ence and either picked the lock or had outside aid in gaining his freedom. Mrs. 11. B Steward ami new baby arrived home from Phoenix hospital Tuesday morning. Fred Slater and A. Nafziger were business visitors at Tucson. Friday. Miss Lucille Jayne left last w eek end to resume her studies at State Teachers ( ollege at Tempe A baby daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goff Saturday | last. The little Miss was named Barbara Ann. Mrs. Frank Watson entertained I her mother and brother Frank the I past w*-ek at her home here. They returned to California Saturday. o Club Announcement The October 9th meeting of Cool Idge Woman’s club to be held at 2 p m. will be very brief, ac cording to announcement of Mrs. A. L. Nowell, president. Florence Woman’s Club Guest Day falls on the same date and the meeting here will be shortened so that Coolidge members may attend. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Information Please Program Is Given By Desert Woman’s Club An "Information Please" pro gram on early American history was presented by Mrs. Warren Steele at a meeting of the Des ert Woman’s Club in the home of Mrs. E. D. Chandler Friday after noon. Mrs. Albert Hardaway was co-hostess. Mrs. Herbert Hanna, president, appointed Mrs. V. W. Havlns, Mrs. C. L. Skousen and Mrs. A. W. Spangebl as the committee in charge of landscaping club grounds. Redecorating of the club house has been completed, with celling, walls, baseboards, and window' frames done In uniform Ivory tone. The kitchen has-also been completely re-done In Ivory. Club members will meet at the home of Mrs. Hanna, today where they will spend the time sewing for the Red Cross. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon. ■ o Buffet Supper Saturday Night Jean Finney of Show-low. Ther esa Akers, and Klfreda Mass an were hostesses at a buffet supper Saturday night In the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Cooper. Jean, w'ho is Mrs. Cooper's niece, is spending the winter here to attend Coolidge High School. After supper the youthful group attended the moving picture show. Those present were Helen Bar rington, Betty Elkins, Kaye Jones. Warren Barrington, Burton Hanks, Reed Cbesley, Jim Elkins and Em met Neighbors. o •Mr and Mrs J„ R. Snider and Mrs. M. C. Snider, Mr. Snider’s mother, left Wednesday for Taw hauska. Oklahoma, where the will attend the annual hunt of South western Fox and Wolf Hunter's Association conducted In the hauska, Oklahoma, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Snider at Purcell, Oklahoma and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Taylor and family at Calumet, Oklahoma Mr. Taylor Is Mrs. Snider’s brother and E. G. Snider Is her husband’s brothter. The Sniders plan to be away two weeks. la which riding and driving are almost the same *V l tt iw tune IN major ■HUH 'S' -9/ Bowes, 1 THURSDAYS, 9 TO HERE IS A CAR IN WHICH THE DRIVER 'RIDES WITH THE SAME COMFORT AND EASE AS HIS PASSEN GERS. HE REALLY RESTS, WHILE HAVING THE ADDED JOY OF COMMAND. HE HAS A BRAND NEW POWER-FLOW ENGINE FOR HIS ALL-FLUID DRIVE, WITH FLUID-SMOOTH RIDING AND DRIVING PERFORMANCE THROUGHOUT. THE WEAR AND FATIGUE OF YESTERDAY HAVE DISAPPEARED. IN EXCHANGE HAS COME THE SILENT, EFFORTLESS SMOOTHNESS OF TODAY. DODGE DEPENDABILITY NOW REACHES THE HIGHEST LEVEL IN HISTORY. IT BECOMES A PRIME AND BASIC INVESTMENT FOR THE YEARS. THS IS THE NEW AND, UNQUESTIONABLY, THE FINEST DODGE EVER BUILT. DODGE TfaxH-ftv&r**- ALL-FLUID DRIVE PRICES AND SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANCE WITHOUT NOTICE H. R. MOAG MOTOR CO. ARIZONA BOULEVARD TELEPHONE 45 COOLIDGE Local Happenings • Russell Mahan and family left Casa Grande Ruins for El Morro National Monument, in New Mexi co, Tuesday. Mahan is relief ran ger for the Park Service and has been stationed in Coolidge during custodian Bicknelfs vacation per iod. • Don "Red” Barry, movie actor with Republic Studios in Holly wood, attended the high school students dance Friday night at j tthe American Legion Hall. It is said that he generously played host to a great number of the students. • Mrs. J. B. Boone and daughter in law Mrs. Orville Boone spent Sunday in Phoenix on business. • John Bergum, Del man Browning and M. H. Grossmiller spent Sat urday afternoon hunting east of Coolidge. Each bagged his limit of doves. • Paul Ware, with the United States Navy, is expected home | from San Diego, California, about October 12th on a 9 day furlough. • Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Harvey and ! Jack Davis were business visitors In Coolidge Thursday. The Har i veys own the Service Station north of the over-pass at Picacho j and are making alterations and | Improvements to the building, J w hich is under lease by Jack j Davis. • • Miss Nancy Crandall's parents j and friends from Prescott visited 1 her here on Sunday. Miss Cran- I dall is one of the new elementary j school teachers. • “Jumbo,” Mr. and Mrs. M. H. j Grossuilller’s pet dog, was acci | dently run over and killed by a motorist Friday. • Mrs. Ben Mirkin and the Mlrkin children Dianna Sue and Melvin have been contending with severe colds that confined them to their home part of the time, • Miss Edna Breezy and John | Mitchell, both of Superior, were Sunday guests of Mr. ami Mrs. M. \ H. Grossmiller. •W. P. Perry, general agent for Hartford Fire Insurance Company, was calling on his local agents at Coolidge this week. Nationally Advertised Kpii Brands ABE SURE! PEOPLE OF COOLIDGE: This Is Nationally Advertised Brands Week Supreme quality in the merchandise that we sell is our first consideration and the life insurance of our business. There is no merchandise so uni formly filled with quality as the Nationally Adver tised Brands which we feature in our store day in and day out. Advertised brands are safe to sell— safe to buy and safe to use. In Coolidge and Florence, It’s Hines Drug Co. If Drug Stores Keep It, Hines Has It. Particular Drug Stores For Particular People FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 1941 • Miss Mary Jane French, who ia employed in Phoenix, spent Sun day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Short.