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Mr*. Rooker Given Nursery Shower By Girl Scouts Here Mrs. John Rooker. assistant leader of Coolidge Girl Scouts, was truest of honor at a stork shower Itiven by the scouts Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Hotter Gates, girl scout leader. Mrs. George Jellison was co hostess. v Those present were Bennie Boone. Rosemary Davidson. Mary Appel. Alice Ixiucks. Bess Masson, (Vila Zahalsky. Izetta Burk. Jackie lies. Rose Nasser, Betty Ruth Moody, Lily Garcia, Edna Veazey, Martha Mayo. Jewel Smith, Patsy Johnson, Rhatna Sturgeon, Nadine Me Cl eery, Anne Jellison, Pauline Appel. Ruth Knox. Mary Jo Bates. Tvonne Wright. Bsperans Dow. Eleanor Clark. Marie Dossey, Gloria Kenworthy. Doris Gomez. Nedra Ray. Leota Barrington, Carol Rober, and Melva Akers. State Officers Are Guests Os Honor At Grove Luncheon Here ’ State officers and out-of town members were guests of honor at a luncheon meeting of members of Grove No. 73 of Woodmen Circle on Friday, where plans were dis cussed for the improvement of the Grove here. Mrs. Geroldeene Dee and Mrs. Lord Burnside were welcomed in to the Grove as new members. State officers present were Mrs. Rebecca Wilson of Phoenix, state manager; Ethel McDonald of Glen-, dale, state president; and Janet Wilson of Phoenix, member of the national advisory. • Mrs J. W. Hogue visited her daughter in phoenix Monday. SUCCESS IS AN EVERYDAY ACHIEVE MENT for the man who fills your prescri ptions. His success is measured by the value of his service to you. Precision . . . Knowledge . . . Responsibility . . . and Experience are the watchwords of his pro fession. Where failure is a matter of life or death, don’t take chances on inferior prescription filling. Call Hines Drug Co. for successful service every day in the year. Hines Drug Co. Coolidge and Florence, Arizona ■ra -iiiii’ rjflp »V f Yes, those hard-earned dollars you've been paying the land lord month after month, could be buying, a home of your own. By taking advantage of economical FHA financing through the Valley National Bank, you can buy or build on small-budget terms. Your down payment can be as little as 10% of the appraised value of the new house and lot. And you have as long as twenty years to pay off the balance, in convenient monthly instalments which cover interest, taxes and insurance, as well as reducing the principal. The Valley Bank offers help, 100, for families whose homes are mortgaged. The low-cost FHA Mortgage Refinance Plan, avail able through this Bank, eliminates second mortgages and the need for costly, periodic refinancing. The low interest rale, 100, offers substantial savings. Whether you want to buy or build, or refinance your j■J^ present mortgage, you will benefit from our years of J home financing experience. NINETEEN FRIENDLY CONVENIENT OFFICES IN ARIZONA * MEMBER F.D.I.C. Mrs. Smith Is Honored At Star Meet Wednesday Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, retiring worthy matron of Coolidge Eastern Stars, was honored by a special program Wednesday night at a meeting of the stars in Masonic Temple. Officers who served with Mrs. Smith during the past year took part in the program. A new candidate was initiated. The meeting was followed by a birthday shower for Mrs. Smith, which was highlighted by a large birthday cake. Mrs. Grace Farnsworth, Mrs. Alpha Sherrill, Richard Farns worth and Walter Farnsworth were the evening's hosts. o Pastors Arrange To Exchange Pulpits The Reverend B. Ross Cleeland of the First Presbyterian Church of Wickenburg. and the Reverend Joseph I). Faster of the Communi ty Presbyterian Church will ex change pulpits this Sunday. Mr. Cleeland is well known In Coolidge from former visits and for his outstanding work in young people's- activities throughout the state. He is a past, pastor counsel lor of the Arizona State Christian Endeavor Union. o • Mrs. Ann Rose, who has been employed in the county assessor's office at Florence, will succeed Mrs. Harvey Smith as assistant secretary, Coolidge Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Smith resigned last week. Mrs. Rose will assume her duties on Monday. She will also handle Virgil Chandler's secre tarial work. Desert Club Meets With Mrs. Walker Mrs. Roy Walker entertained members of Desert Woman's Bridge Club for an afternoon of cards in her home on Wednesday. High score was won by Mrs. E. D. Chandler and second high was won by Mrs. Herbert Hanna. Members present were Mrs. H. L. Holland. Mrs V. W. Havins. Mrs. Hanna. Mrs. E. O. Thompson and Mrs. A. W. Spangehl. Mrs. Newcomb and Mrs. Chandler were guests for the afternoon. Mrs. Spangehl will be the club's next hostess. Tallas Hosts To Tuesday Evening Bridge Club Here Mr. and Mrs. Martin Talla were hosts to members of the Tuesday Bridge Club for an evening of cards in their home this week. Members present were Messrs, and Mesdames Parke Soule. N. G. Murray. W. R. Elliott. C. J. Moody, A. D. Tyler, and Mrs. J. M. Hines. Mr and Mrs. George Dell and Mrs. Harvey Smith were guests for the evening. High scores were won by Mrs. Moody and Mr. Tyler. o Seventh Birthday Marked By Party Raymond Alexander was host to a group of friends on his seventh birthday Monday nt the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Alexander. Contest games furnish ed the afternoon's entertainment. Those present were Dalton Cole. Denzil Hnrtless. Chester Thomas, Michael Kenworthy, Janies and Carol Alexander, and Miss Eva Harris. o Bridge Group Meets At Steward Home Mrs. B. E. Steward was hostess !to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club for an afternoon of cards in her home this week. Guests were Mrs. C. J. Moody, Mrs. N. G- Murray. Mrs. Karl Fisher. Mrs. Rodney Blsberry. Mrs. C. J. Wells. Mrs. Avis Hobby, Mrs. George Dempster. Mrs. Bruce Moody, Mrs. R. W. Taylor. Mrs. Earl Hicks. Mrs. Sam Taylor, and Mrs. W. D. Kirby. Mtb. C. J Moody won high score prize. Mrs. Fisher won second high and Mrs. Hobby third high. Cut prize was won by Mrs. Wells. —o Temperance Talk Slated At Baptist Church On Sunday Reverend Dr. William J. Gordon, president of the Arizona temper ance federation, will give a talk on "The Temperance Needs of Our Nation Today" Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock In Coolidge Baptist Church. This is an interdenomlnationally sponsored meeting, open to every one In the community, according to announcement of Reverend J. N. Campbell, pastor of the local Bapt Ist church. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Revival Announced Reverend L. H. Henderson of Phoenix. Arizona, is conducting a revival at the Church of God in Christ. Elder J. S. Hall is pastor. STORKITORIAL BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Ted Karam became the parents of a baby hoy on January 22nd. He weighed seven pounds nine ounces and was born at Florence Hospital. They have named him Charles Ferris. BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. E. Barnes became the parents of a baby boy on January 22nd. He was born at Coo lidge Hospital. BABY DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. I* J. Morris be came the parents of a baby daugh ter on January- 24th. She weighed eight pounds ten ounces and was born at Coolidge Hospital. BABY DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Austin be came the parents of a baby daugh ter on January 25th. She weighed eight pounds and was born at Coo lldge Hospital. BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Benavidez became the parents of a baby boy on January 26th. He weighed eight pounds two ounces and was born at Coolidge Hospital. They have named him Henry. BABY DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dora be came the parents of a baby daugh ter on January 27th. She weighed seven pounds fifteen ounces and was born at Coolidge Hospital. They have named her Judith Ann. BABY DAUGHTER Mr. and Mrs. Watie Blgfeather became the parents of a baby girl on January 26th. She weighed seven pounds and was born at Eleven Mile Cornof Hospital. Local Happenings • Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scudder and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Weinhold spent Sunday in Tucson. • D. E. McGaha and Beeler Burns visited the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGaha at Peoria Saturday. • Mrs. Rhoda Belle Clark of Silver City. New Mexico, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jamie son. 1; recovering from pneumonia, Mrs. Clark, who is 91 years old, 1b Mrs. Jamieson's aunt. • R Q Harmon underwent a major operation at Coolidge Hospital Monday. He is reported to be con valescing satisfactorily. •Mr and Mrs. J. B. Strickland were dinner guests of Boyd Kerns of Ix»s Angeles. California, at the Adams Hotel in Phoenix on Mon day. •Mr and Mrs. J J. Jones. D. S. Davis. Floyd Brown of Florence and A. G. Walker of Florence at tended the Child Welfare Conven tion at WeHtward-Ho Hotel, phoe nix, on Monday. • Mr. and Mrs. Martin Talla sold their home on Pima Avenue to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland on Tuesday. The Tallas will occupy the former Strickland home on Central Avenue until they com plete the building of a garage apartment on lots they won on Pima Avenue. The families will move next week. Mrs. Nancy Bak er Douthett, elementary school teacer who has been living at the Talla home, will move to the Strickland home with them. • Dave Hood, son of Mrs. F. P. Jamieson, left Thursday to report for military duty at Fort Bliss, Teaxs. •Mr and Mrs. Joe Golden and Mrs. A. Culver Golden of Massa chusetts were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. C.ipe on Monday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. M, M. Cooper were transacting business in Phoenix Wednesday. • Phil Claridge of Deming, New Mexico, was in Coolidge on busi ness Sunday. , W YEAR T/T NEW AUTOS 6/T MORE AN' MORE T LOOKIN'LIKE JEST ONE 8/6 FENDEK*- Local Happenings • Mrs. D. S. Davis, Mrs. Max An derson. Mrs. C. J. Wells, and Mrs, P. B. Hannah attended annual guest day of Casa Grande Woman’s Club at Casa Grjinde on Tuesday. • Mr. and Mrs. James Brooks and family of Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Atwood of Blythe, California, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and family of Phoenix were week end guests of Mr, and Mrs. Eli Anderson at their ranch home here. • Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Urton spent Sunday in Gilbert as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M Short. • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Wallace of Dal las, Texas, were guests of Mrs. Edith Driver for dinner at Vah-Ki Inn on Monday evening. Mrs. Wal lace is Mrs. Driver's daughter. Mr. Wallace is a T.W.A. pilot He and Mrs. Wallace were en route here on the fatal plane with Carol lom bard, when they relinquished their places at Albuquerque, New Mexi co, to the army officers who later met their death when the plane crashed. The Wallaces have been visiting here for the past week. • Jimmy Urton. Jack Rowe, and Albert Melton have been transfer red from Jefferson Barracks, Mis souri to Mac Dill Field, Tampa, Florida. • Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. William Done. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Talla and Harry Cul bert attended the annual Boy Scout meeting of Catalina Council at Tucson Friday. • Mrs. U A Keith and Mrs. Henry Slosser, members of Desert .Wo man’s Club, attended the annual guest day meeting of Casa Grande Woman's Club at Casa Grande on Tuesday. • Mrs. George Kinne underwent a major operation at Florence Hospi tal Monday. She is convalescing splendidly. • Word has been received by Mr. and M»rs. C. J. Moody that their son Charles Moody has completed his first five week's course and is now at an Air Corps Basic Flying School in California. • Mr. and Mrs. li. A. Mclntyre, Mrs. Anna Humphries and son Dick, all of Higley, were guests of Mrß. Belle McCullough Sunday. Mrs, Mclntyre and Mrs. Humphries are Mrs. McCullough's sisters. Planned Permanence E/»” yij When you decide to build a &y~.U ■ —. -U home of your own or remodel ~J\ y your present one, there are ma "y factors that should be jcr.aro- a U thoroughly investigated and ■ • &ih tj understod before you sign a V. jl contract. The best way to play '* safe is to deal with a reliable * and reputable organization. When you buy* a home you are sure of buying a home that will hold its value and attrac tiveness indefinitely if you’ll let us aid in your planning. There will be no trace of flimsy construction or in ferior workmanship in an O’Malley supervised home. Whatever Your Building Needs, We Are At Your Service O’MALLEY LUMBER CO. TELEPHONE 37 COOLIDGE No. 6722 SHERIFF’S NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY ON EXECU TION AND ORDER OF SALE OUST A. PETERSON and GRACE A. PETERSON, husband and wife. Plaintiffs, vs. D. B. MAU LDIN, and ELMA MAULDIN, hus band and wife; POMONA PUMP CO,, a corporation; THE STATE OF ARIZONA; PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA, a body politics, and ETHEL GRIFFIN, as County Trea surer of Pinal County, ArizontT, De fendants. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND ORDER OF SALE ISSUED OUT OF and under the seal of the Superior Court of Pinal County, State of Arizona, on the 26th day of January, 1942, and to me as sheriff of the said coun ty, duly directed and delivered in the above entitled action; WHEREAS, on the 26th day of January, 1942, Gust A. Peterson and Grace A. Peterson, husband and wife, recovered a judgment in the Superior Court of Pinal Coun ty, Arizona, on the cause of action set out in their complaint in the above entitled cause against D. B. Mauldin and Elina Mauldin, hus band and wife, for the sum of $6,- 310.07, with interest thereon at the rate of 8 % per annum from date until paid; for the sum of $351.00 attorney fees, with interest there on at the rate of 6% per annum from date until paid, and for the further sum of $64.00, plaintiffs' costs and disbursements incurred in said action, taxed and allowed in said amount with interest there on at the rate of 6% per annum from date until paid, together with a foreclosure of plaintiffs' mortg age lien as against each and all of the defendants named in said ac- Y our Coat and Suit \r © HANGERS If you will bring your extra coat and suit hangers to our shop we will pay you 1 CENT 2 each For Them. Elite Cleaners COOLIDGE FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1942 tion, on the following described premises, to-wit; PARCEL No. 1: Lots 1,2, 4; the or the SW*4; and the SE!i. all in Section 30, Twp. 9 South. Range 7 East of the G. & S. R. B. & M.. Pinal County, Arizona. EXCEPT W. 33 feet; S. 33 feet and E. 33 feet for road pur poses ; and EXCEPT rights of way for canals, laterals and ditches. PARCEL No 2: Lots 2, 2. 11, 12, 13, 14. *23 and 24. of Section 25, Twp. 9 South, Range 6 East of the G. & S. R. B. & M., Pinal County, Arl zona; EXCEPT N. 33 feet; E. 33 feet and S. 33 feet for road pur poses; and EXCEPT rights of way for canals, laterals and ditches. NOW. THEREFORE, PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on the 24th day of February, 1942, at the hour of 10:00 o’clock A.M., at the front door of the Court House in the city of Florence. Pinal County, State of Arizona, I will, in obedience to said execu tion and order of sale, sell the above described property at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, in lawful money of the United States, and apply the pro ceeds thereof, to the payment and satisfaction of said judgment, to gether with the interest that may be due thereon and all costs of suit and accruing costs. Dated this 28th day of January, 1942. JAMES HERRON, Jr., Sheriff. By W. W. COCHRAN, Undersheriff. First publication January 30, 1942. Last publication February 20, 1942.