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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1942
‘Sweet Content’ n ka *? f,. m At Brt»rcllff Manor, N. Y„ "Swept Content," an English bull dog, shows the photographer Just how he feels about the war situation bjr donning a steel helmet and Ked Cross to keep in line with the times. Mrs. Morris Honor Guest At Shower Mrs. Karl Morris, recent bride, was guest of honor at a kitchen shower given by a group of her school friends In the home eco nomies room of Cool id ge Union High Serool Saturday. Boots Cor bett. Helen Sanderson. Dorothy Sprinkles, and Wilda Stubblefield were hostesses. A buffet lunch was served highlighted by a "bride's cake." Those present were Gloria Appel. Sarah Arnold, Rather Bond. Sophia Monreal. Vera Mae Campbell, Alice Ix>ucks. and Pauline Appel. o Johnsons Hosts Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Johnson were hosts to friends for pot luck dinner and an evening of cards in their home on Friday. Those pres ent were Mr. und Mrs. Dalton Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nowell. A \ gg Included With Bach Purchasm of COLONIAL DAMES SI.OO ALL PURPOSE CREAM BOTH lor S I OO rot A LIMITED TIME ONLY Caupvi aok*-wp import* a woo* glow ing rad tone* which last* and lotto with out rstnwching and tkn richnnt* of AII-PvrpoM Crnom to a tool boon to oil whs took toft, froth completion bsouty. (Not Connected Wtfh Anp Society) COOLIDGE CUT RATE DRUG CO. BUSINESS DIRECTORY E. M. Pederson Distributor SINGER BEWING MACHINE CO. Vacuum Cleaners, Electric Irons Phone 296 Casa Grande Coolidge Laundry Phone 2*7 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., Arlz. BlvcL, Phone 47 Sea Lane HOTEL Houses, apartments, rooms Right locality, right condition, right prices. Harry N. Shelter JEWELER Coolidge Theatre Building Guaranteed Watch Repairing For Less 10 YEARS AGO The Woman's Club was present ed with two beautiful copper fruit bowls made by William Fatin in the Florence State Prison. Mrs. J J. Butterfield was instrumental in securing this gift for the club, be ing a member of the National Board of Industrial Schools and Prisons; she has been active in placing girls and boys in good homes giving them a right start in life, and Is much interested in work with the board. Someone stole the license plates off Mr. Dunnaway's auto one night last week. The plates were num bered RD99. It seems that the thief should he easily captured if notice was sent to the highway patrol be ! fore they got out of the state. School news: The fifth graders are going to give a play Friday. The name is “The Birds of Kenilworth.”] Buddy West is going to play "In | The Little Red Caboose Behind] The Train” on the harmonica. An Interesting talk Is to be given by an outsider. Signed: Mable I>ee. J. F. Mosher and family left Tuesday from Slim. Oklahoma.! where they will make their future home. The Mosher family have been residents of Coolidges a num ber of years and will he greatly missed by their many friends. The Coolidge Scout Troop No. 25 is very fortunate because of the fact that Mr. Julian of Casa Gran de Ruins has volunteered his ser vices as a special Instructor In knot tying to the boys. Mr. Julian is very well qualified as an in structor. because of the fact that he has had some valuable training and experience both In the war. where he served as a special in structor In war college for a year, and as a forester and ranger in the service of the government. At pres ent the troop Is preparing for the field meet in Tucson. In which there will be some knot tying con tests. Richard Ware. 6 years old. Billy Ware, 4 years ol<J, and Neil Me- Cle«;ry. 6 years old. all have a birthday on January 30th. anM were honored with a party at the M. M. Ware home on Main Street. Refreshments were served to the following young guests: Richard Dawson. Alice McCleerv. Earl Wat son. Frida Masson. Elizabeth Doak. Allen McCleery. Clare Campbell, and Jean Campbell. Coolidge Locals 9 Members of Coolidge Desert Woman’s Club who attended the annual guest day program of Casa Grande Woman’s Club on Tuesday were Mrs. W. S. Prouty. Mrs. E. D. Chandler. Mrs. I>ee Newcomb. Mrs. J. A. Roberts, and Mrs. Herbert Hanna, president of the Desert Woman's Club. • Mrs. Charles Cohen returned Saturday from a 12 days trip dur ing which she attended fashion shows at Fort Worth and Dallas. Texas. Sport clothes strike the keynote of spring fashion, Mrs. Cohen says, with formal frocks die playing additional frills. Skirt lengths remain the same with navy blue and pastels among the more popular shades. • Mrs. H F. Relnking and Mrs. Robert Alrlch, both of Colorado Springs. Colorado, were bouse guests of Mr. and Mrs. A L. Nowell from Saturday to Tuesday. Mrs. Reinking and Mrs. Nowell are cousins. Mrs. Reinklng w-ill visit relatives at Florence while here. • Members of the Junior Circle of Woodmen of the World met in Community Recreational Hall Sat urday afternoon, with Mrs. Rebecca Wilson, state manager, as guest of honor. The business meeting was followed by a recreational hour. • Mrs. A1 Christensen and her brother-in-law Steve Christensen spent Friday In Phoenix transact ing business. RCA Radios Frigidaires Easy Washers Farmers Electric Supply Co. Next to Past Office Coolidge, Arizona I LOW COST CAR INSURANCE We are prepared to aid in Lowest Cost Fi nance in the State. Makes Low Cost Finance LOUCKS bvwviw coolidge On Diplomatic Front at Rio Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles, center, head of the U. S. delegation to the Rio de Janeiro conference, is shown with U. S. Am bassador to Brazil Jefferson CafTrcy as they talked with Oswaido Aran* ha, Brazil's foreign minister and administrator of the war’s third con ference American foreign ministers. Winners Os Year’s Guest List Contest To be Feted Here Winners of the year's “guest list contest" of Community Presby terian Auxiliary will be honored with a luncheon and special pro gram at a meeting of auxiliary members Thursday. February sth in Community Recreational Hall. Those who brought most guests to the meetings during the year are Mrs F. E. Stonehocker. Mrs. J. D. Easter. Mrs. R V. Campbell, Mrs. R W. Taylor, Mrs. Roy Walker, Mrs S. C. McFarland, Mrs. C. J. Moody, and Mrs. J. W. Hogue. Mrs. Natt N. Dodge is general chairman of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Karl Fisher and Mrs. P. B. Hannah in charge of decora tions; Mrs. George Truitt, luncheon chairman: and Mrs. Max Ander son. music chairman. After luncheon members and guests will sew for the Red Cross. o • Mrs. B F. Storle and her son Dillion Storie of Parker were in Phoenix Monday tansacting busi ness. • VV. D. Kirby was transacting business in Phoenix Saturday. Mrs. Kirby and their sons Karl and David accompanied him. •Hi and Mr*. Nathan Za! and daughter Celia spent Sunday afternoon In Casa Grande, where the elder Zahalskys played golf. todays QUIZ Questions: 1. What industry has paid more than 3 bil lion dollars in taxes to the U. S. since 1933? 2. Do Americans drink less milk since beer was made legal again ? 3. Has the country’s crime rate gone up since 1933? Answers: 1. The legal beer indus try. In Arizona alone this industry paid more than S3OOO a day in taxes during 1941. 2. The Department of Ag riculture reports a 10 per cent INCREASE in milk consumption since beer was relegal ized in 1933—and a 96 per cent increase in the consumption of ice cream! 3. F. 8.1. figures show a marked DECREASE in the nation’s crime rate between 1938 and 1940. Yoa can help preserve the bear industry's benefits to the state and the nation! Buy your beer only in whole some, law-abiding places. Report any violations yoa may observe to the law enforcement authorities or to this Committee. Brewers and Beer Distributors Committee jj||] of Arizona |l|*§|! SIDNEY B. MOEUR Slat* Director 611 TitW 6 Trust Bldg. * Phoenix. Arix. Publithud in cooporation with the United Brewers Induitrial Foundation THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER • Donald Hartman was a house] guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Dell from Saturday to Tuesday. Mr.] Hartman, University of Arizona student at Tucson, is the Dell’s nephew. • Mrs. R J Jones was transacting business in Phoenix Tuesday. ill Give tin, a Boot XoAeaoC ‘JS™ LOCAL ijfe' B y ~-onc he con a w-n «« » * TMk a-stoto SAFEWAY ing his leisure periods. Jail. 30-31 I / Jofa is Hi# notion-wide drive to toßocf I« ft/ MAIN and CENTRAL I Tit \\ \ /■% tVR ai ® tß b°°k s Mr boys in Hw **rvko of Oidt So«. Coolidge ▼ A / J EVERY SAFEWAY STORE HAS '-'JWWHaWv — A • MAIN STREET * ,ox T 0 tOUKI THENL MIM6 ’em in. writ do the REsr. Florcn ce VICTORY BOOK CAMPAIGN CklTl ICKJ lif A I klllTC Stock Reduction | KITCHEN CRAFT—Money Back Guaranteed I ENGLISH WALNUTS —sau *_lsc I__—. - 24 LB - q P and G—Perfect for all Purpose* ■ r oOC SOAP Bars 19c I ROYAL SATIN—A Fine Vegetable I Shortening paS: 56c PEACHES 2SS- 35c jGARDENSiDE GUARANTEED MEATS TningtAAC No. round, sirloin 1 UllldlUCO Can 1 STEAKS Guaranteed Tender 25c PORK CHOPS Lean Cenler Cu,s -25 c MAYONNAISE Fu " Quar * 29 c j MORRELLS | ISU-PURB —A favorite among the best BACON ,b ' 25C Soap Powder pig 7 ' 37c short ribs ri ” , - s — - 12 k 116 cS 1 "*”™ 1 - 1 -16c GARDENSIDE 2 mm SAUSAGE —23 c I Marshmallows, lb- ™ quick lunch Minced nam or Dosoyns ,b ' i#c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Julia. Lee farm-fresh produce RPFAH AVOCADOS -10 c ORANGES Arizona Navels TOASTEE Ilb loaf 6c GRAPEFRUIT Arizona lc Julia Lee Wright llb loaf 8c IAMi *' Grown 3c ——— . , - POTATOES Nol Quality 10 lbmeshbag 32c JuliaLeeWright 12c LETTUCE Firm Crisp Heads 3~C For Savings And Defense Buy National Defense Stamps Sold At All Safeway Stores Surprise Shower For Mrs. Tharington Mrs. Roy Tharington was given a surprise nursery shower by a group of friends at her home on Thursday afternoon. Mrs.. C. It. Jackson was hostess. Those present were Mrs. Otis Sasser, Mrs. Henry Adkins, Mrs. Charlie Shoecraft, Mrs. Mamie Hodge. Mrs. Paul Roberts. Miss June McEuen and Miss Rosa I**e Adkins. • Ray Llndemann. employed with Arizona Construction Company and working at present in Beardsley, spent the week-end here with his family. |] “Good equipment makes a good *>, farmer better” j|| McCormick-Deering M| Machinery ? E. C. GRASTY | IMPLEMENT Co “- ’ Coolidge Casa Grande Church Service Announcement Coolidge Metrodist Church: Les lie J. Ross, pastor; Mrs. Melvin Ganimage, superintendent. 10:00 —Church School. 11:00 —Worship Service. “The Individual and Dedication.” 6:30 —Junior Epworth League. 7:30 Evening service, theme, The Stewardship Church. BOB’S PLACE Full Lin© of Fine Beer, JHi vr —■■ ■ .1 s 7 J We Appreciate Your | 808 FOY, Proprietor MAIN STREET - - - COOLIDGE, ARIZONA Page Three • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Watson cele brated their 18th wedding anni versary on Sunday. SURETY TITLE & TRUST CO. Incorporated 1912 Dependable Title Servloe Title Insurance Issued by Phoenix Title & Truat Co. Phone 102 Florence, Ari*.