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Objective of Japanese Drive 4 i As the J ii>x pushed down the Malaya peninsula against the British this was their objective—Singapore. Above photo shows what a bee hive of activity the most commercial point in Asia Is, for sampans al most choke the Singapore river. Jr. Woman’s Club Plans Valentine Dance Here Soon Plans were completed for a Valentine dance at a meeting of me Hi hers of the Junior Woman’s Club in the home of Mrs. Glen Walker Monday night. Mrs M. M Cooper was appoint ed general chairman of arrange ments. Committee chairmen ap pointed were: decorations; Mrs. Edgar Perham and Mrs. Lorenzo Lisnnbee; orchestra. Miss Christine McDaniels, ticket sales. Mrs Walk er and Mrs. Edgar Ford; refresh ments and advertisement. Miss Eva Harris. The dance will be held Valentine's night. February 14th. In the absence of Miss McDaniels, president. Mrs. Cooper presided at the business meeting, following which were served by the hostesses Mrs. Walker and Miss Lucille Briscoe. Members ad journed to attend the moving pic ture at San Carlos Theater. The neit meeting will be Febr uary 2nd at the home of Mrs. Cooper who will also be hostess. Mrs. Glen Wilson will be program chairman and the program theme "Southwestern Arts." o 10 YEARS AGO Sunday night at about 10 o'clock the kitchen range in the Coolldge Case exploded. No one was in jured. but the fire caused by the explosion soon had the Interior of the case a mass of flames which ate through to the Bargain Center Btore. The goods were removed from the Bargain Center Store and Coo tldge Mercantile Company store as fast as possible by the large crowd which gathered. The build ing formerly occupied by the Southwest Bank was used to store the goods. The interior of the hußding oc cupied by the case and Bargain Center was completely destroyed except the four walls of adobe. Mr*. E. P. Clark will oj>en up for business In the old stand as soon as Insurance can be adjusted. Mr*. Charles E. Cohen enter tained the Allegro Bridge Club in her home Monday. Three table? were In play. High score was v by Mr*. R. Hendry. , Those present w;gj 'Mes-da*- 1^8 Weaver, Ernnie Hamilton Hendry. Cochran. Stater. Tyler, F&toberry. Bollin. Preece, and MeC‘*rry. Mrs. George Ware «f the Damron Hotel and Mrs. William Short were business visitor* in Phoenix Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. O. Boone have moved their home from their desert 1 ! claim to the lots of J. B. Boone in Coolldge next to the Elsey Gray property. Work was started last week on the new modern six-room bungalow on Central Avenue and Eighth St. in West Coolldge by Y. C. White of the Boswell-Coolidge Ginning Company. The residence will in clude two sun porches, two bath rooms and when completed will be another handsome residence in that part of town. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Bollin and son Ray are leaving this week for Reedley. California, where Mr. Bollin will be employed in the vlnyard owned by his mother. Mrs. Karl M Fisher had charge of the assembly hour last Friday and a pantomine entitled “A Melo drama” was presented by 12 pupils. Both vocal and instrumental music was given, also a tap dance by Lois Knox and a reading by Lee fitter. It was an enpoyable hour for those present. Mesdames Julain, Moxley. Doak. and M M. Ware motored to Phoe nix Wednesday to visit Mrs. Clyde Skousen. who is ill at St. Joseph’s Hospital. She is much improved and will return home some tim« next week. Church Service Announcement Leslie J. Ross, pastor of Coolldge Methodist Church, announces ser vices for Sunday as follows; Church school. 10:00. When there are worship services every other Sunday morning the alternate Sun-j days are a real challenge to the loyalty of the church members. We must not fail that loyallty. There is a class for you, "Come.” o Local Happenings • Members of the Sew and So Club met at the home of Mrs. Rosa L. Moore on Wednesday, where they spent the afternoon sewing for the Red Cross. • Members of Coolldge Girl Scout troop began their home nursing course Monday afternoon under the instruction of Mrs. G. H. Walker. • John Haywood was confined to his home Sunday with a severe; cold, but is up and about as usual The Hay woods are expecting their daughter Miss Velma Haywood of Rav to spend the week-end with them. • Mr. and Mrs. William Dickson of Phoenix were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie R. Steen on Saturday evening. • Mrs Jerome C. Miller and Mrs John Reshoft. who have been housei guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. I Ritchey this week, will return to j Santa Fe, New Mexico today. • Edgar Shoemaker. Sr., and Edgar Shoemaker. Jr., have Just recover ed from influenza At last report Mrs. Shoemaker and Mrs. R. A. Dabbs, her sister-in-law who Is visiting from Illinois, were both ill with Influenza. • Mr. and Mrs. Dan Richard of Joseph City, Arizona, returned to their home on Saturday after spending several days as the guest? of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hanna at their ranch home. The Richards are former Coolldge resi dents, where Mr. Richard was with the telephone division of the Indian Service. Mrs. Richard and Mrs. Hanna were college chums. • Mrs. A W. Spangehl has been -confined to her home with a severe attack of influenza. • Walter Beebe of Ihieblo, Colora do. left Tuesday for his home after a week’s visit with Mr. and Mrs. Presley Clounts. Mrs. Clounts Is Mr. Beebe's daughter. This was his first visit to Arizona. • Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Scott of Gilbert were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Urton on Sunday. YOU CAN RELY on Hines in any emergency. Whether you want “some thing for a scratched finger” or the miracle sulfanilamide your doctor order ed, you’ll find us always prepared to de liver the drugs you need. When minutes count, call Hines Drug Co. Your phar macist is as near as your telephone. He is ready to serve you in any crisis . . . quickly, efficiently, dependably. Hines Drug Co. Coolidge and Florence, Arizona STORKITORIAL I BABY DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ashinhurst, became the parents of a baby girl ! on January 15th. She weighed seven pounds fifteen- ounces and was born at Coolldge Hospital. They have named her Elaine Ber nice. BABY DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Henry be came the parents of a baby daugh ter on January 17th. She weighed seven pounds three ounces and was born at Coolldge Hospital. BABY DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jones be came the parents of a baby girl born on January 18th. She weighed six pounds two ounces and was born at Coolldge Hospital.* BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Hulan Fennell be came the parents of a baby hoy; January 19th. He weighed six pounds and was bom at Florence Hospital. BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rogers be came the parents of a baby boy January 10th. He weighed seven and a half pounds and was born' at their home. o Local Happenings • Mrs. Ernie Snider and daughter Barbara of Tucson are visiting Mrs. Snider's parents Mr. and Mrs. Reese Williams. • Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wetnhold and Mr. and Mrs". William Roddy of Akron, Ohio, visited Petrified Forest. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rod dy are spending the winter in Phoenix. • Mr. and Mrs. I>*e Ritchey and! sons Wayne and spent Sun day In C’asa Orande visiting Mrs Ritchey's parents Mr. and Mrs.! W. C. Maxwell and Mr. Ritchey's father and brother T. I. Ritchey and Walter Ritchey respectively. • Ted Moore received word Mon day of the death of his sister in law Mrs. J. I). Moore in Georgia The body is being sent to Phoenix for burial. • Jessie Wheat. Tom Wall’s nephew from Idaho, arrived Satur day for a short visit. The men had not seen each other In 48 years. Mr. Wheat Ib now in the sheep business in Idaho. • Mr and Mrs. Earl Smith,! Mrs. George Dell and Miss Daisy J Hartman were in Phoenix Tuesday j on business and pleasure. • Mrs. Fred Sowell, who was at a Phoenix hospital five days follow j ing a sinus operation, returned home Sunday. She is reported to be Improving. • Members of Coolldge Rebekab Ix>dge plan to attend Installation ceremonies at Casa Grande Rebe kah Ixwige tonight, where local members will take part *n the ritual. • Mr. and Mrs Sam Fisher, Mrs R. H. Bradford and Mrs. Charles I). Elledge spent Sunday In Phoe nix on business and pleasure. • Nathan Zahalsky returned Satur day from San Diego. California, where he spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Zahalsky. • Ralph left Friday for Los Angeles. California, to get his family, who has been visiting friends there. The . Letzrings re turned on Tuesday. • M. L. Durham of Sana Barbara. California, former Southern Pacific agent here, was transacting busi-; ness in Coolldge Monday. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Christian Endeavor Group Will Attend Phoenix State Meet Members of Coolidge Christian Endeavor Society will attend a state meeting of Christian En deavor Societies of First Presby terian Church at Phoenix Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Those who will go from here are Vera Mae Campbell, Marilyn Els herry, Verne Wuertz, latrry Sowell. Helen Sanderson. Betty June Yates, Ruth Knox. Martha Mayo. Helen Anderson. Betty Ruth Moo dy, and Marjorie Neighobrs. The group will be accompanied by Reverend and Mrs. J. D. Easter. o Mrs. Richey Hostess Mrs. C. A. Richey was hostess to the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club in her home at Casa Grande Ruins this week. Guests were Mrs. Parke Soule, Mrs. A. T. Bicknell, Mrs. M. M. Ware. Mrs. F. P. Jamieson, Mrs. Ben Arnold, Mrs. Martin Talla. Mrs. C. L. Skousen, and Mrs. Ritchey's house guests Mrs. Jer ome C. Miller and Mrs. John Res hoft both of Santa Fe. 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M Webb in Tombstone and Mr. Hick’ sister and brother-in-law Mr. am Mrs. Herbert J. Edwards in Bisbei over the week-end. Rainbow Girls Hold Public Installation Sarah Louise Arnold was install ed as worthy advisor of Coolidge order of Rainbow for Girls at public installation ceremonies in Masonic Temple Wednesday night. Those who took office with her are Evelyn Troutt, associate worthy advisor; Gloria Appel, charity; Frances Short, hope; Hetty Faye McEuen, faith; John nie Jean Dixon, recorder; Barbara Talla, treasurer; Lee Ella Odom, chaplain; Beulah Bryce, choir director; Vera Mae Campbell, organist; Susie Titus, outer ob server; Rose Lee Cohen, confi dential observer. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith was install ed as the new mother advisor. • Reverend Leslie J. Ross, pastor of Coolidge Methodist Church, at tended the Arizona Methodist Pastor’s Conference at Phoenix from Monday through Thursday. • Mrs. Noro Beagle returned Thursday from Tucson after a week’s visit w ith her mother Mrs. Maud Edwards. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1942 Clifton Frazier Called By Death Clifton Frazier, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frazier, passed away at Florence Hospital Wed nesday after a short Illness. Clifton was born May 12th. ID2B, in Nash, Texas. His parents have lived here for the past three years, where he was a student at Borree’s Corner School. Funeral services will be held Sunday from Cole and Maud Chapel. The hour has not yet been decided. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery at Casa Grande. o—• Coolidge Locals • Mrs. Dudley Lewis and son Dick Mrs. Roy Day and son R. W., and Mrs. Karl Hicks and daughter Earlene spent the week-end in Holbrook wdth Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lewis. • Mrs. Otis Sasser was hostess at a Junior Woman’s Club “Yoo-Hoo” breakfast Thursday. Those who dropped in on her unexpectedly were Mrs. Thomas Edwards, Mrs. William McConnell, Mrs. Earl Hicks and Mrs. Lorenzo Lisonbee.