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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1042
• I
MAIN STREET MEDLEY
KAT IERINE HUPFEL
M<mnri*-f of a Main Street bus
in*-- woman, as she listened to
Adjutant General Tuthiil’s speech
at the high !*rhool stadium on Ar
mistice night . . . New York. 24
years ago .. . frantic cries of
newsboys . . . Peace declared!
Extra’ Extra’ . . . Crowds sure
iag down Fifth Avenue . . . faces
alight with joy .. . snatches of
«ong through a din of voices . . .
confetti flung from windows . .
dancing on the sidewalks ... A
girl, blinded by tears, arm linked
through a stranger's as she
marched What did it matter?
There were no strangers in New
York that day Peace had been
declared peace! . . . The train of
thought broken suddenly by (Jen
eral TulhillV words, "If anyone
had told me that day, 24 years
ago, that I would live to see an
other war within my lifetime. I
would have called him a fool.”
• • •
A man woman, well
known in the social life of
Coolidge. happened to be part
ners a* a recent bridge party
... "I don't remember hav
ing played bridge with you
before," remarked the femi
nine guest .. . ’•Lady," re
plied her partner with con
viction; "YOU WILL be
fore we're through.”
•• • 1
Th** proprietor of a Main Street
drug store was sitting at the
counter with one of his good
friends during a recent noon hour,
when a third friend joined them
."A ghiss of milk and some
toast,” he told the girl behind the
counter . . . "Wliat's wrong, fel
low?" . . . **Ch. my stomach’s
been all upset lately.” -- - "To
bad." sympathized the proprietor -
friend. with an exaggeratedly
grave countenance. "Have you
been eating here long?”
» • •
Two Main Street employees
were discussing a personal inci
dent, as they waited in line at the
hank Saturday .. . "You didu t
expect to get thanked, did you?"
said one. * But believe me, you'll
hear about it if anything goes
wrong.” ... "Don’t I know it,
said the other . . . Into the mind
of the hearer rose a mental pic
tore of the hurried employer, who
might have profited by the words
of an ancient wise man; "He not
niggardly of that which costs
thee uothing. such as kindness.
SUMMONS
No. 6971
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL
MODINA McKNIOHT LONG.
Plaintiff. \s. CHARLIE I/)NG.
Defendant.
THE STATE OF ARIZONA to
the above named defendant. Char
lie Long
YOU ARE HEREBY SUM
MO NED and required to appear
and defend in the above entitled
action In the above entitled court,
within TWENTY DAYS, exdu
sive of the day of service. after
service of this summons upon
you if served within thhe State
of Arizona, or within THIRTY
DAYS, excluclttsive of the day of
service. If served without the
State of Arizona, and you are
hereby notified that in case you
fail so to do. judgement by default
will be rendered against you for
the relief demanded in the com
plaint.
The name and address of plaint
iffs attorney is Stanley Samuel
son. Attorney at I-nw, Florence,
Arizona.
GIVEN under my hand and
the seal of the Superior Court of
the tate of Arizona in and for
the County of Pinal, this 4th
day of November. 1942.
T. J. MARKS
Clerk.
First Publication Nov. 6, 1942
I*ast Publication Nov. 27, 1942 i
6**e u* lor Service in Real Estate. Rentals, Fire Insurance
Bonds. Home Loans. Notary Work and Expert Accounting
Have some real buys In new homes
ARIZONA LAND & INVESTMENT CO.
Telephone No. One
J. ) Jones R. T Prather |
BOB’S PLACE
Enjoy a Game of
Full Line of Fine Beer, /
Liquors and Wine.
We Appreciate Your
808 FOY, Proprietor
MAIN STREET - - • COOLIDGE, ARIZONA
_ _ - ,
Hirtesy and consideration.” .. .
A word of praise, well placed, will
return rich dividends to its giver.
• • •
A Main St-eet business man
who took one of his wife's let
ters too literally while she
was at the coast, is thinking
it over now . . . She wrote,
•'Don’t forget to get your sug
ar while I'm gone.”
• • •
Overheard between two farm
hands Saturday, as a dilapidated
Ford bearing a nondescript couple
rounded the corner of the Em
ployment Service office on Main
Street . . . "Where's old Tom go
in' In seeh a hurry ”... “He's
joy ridin'. man." . . “How come?"
.. . "Because he's a-takin* his
wife to the station an' she's gon
na’ be gone quite a spell."
• • •
See you next week, on Main
Street adiog.
o
Ernie Lindemann i
Guest of Honor
Farewell Dinner
Ernie Lindemann of Phoenix
was enesi of honor at a combina
i tion Thanksgiving Christmas and
farewell family dinner at the
. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Linde
mann. Sunday evening Ernie
Lindemann. who has been senior
inspector of genera! construction
at Williams Field for the past
year and a half, will leave in the
near future for Central America
as a government engineer on the
Pan American Highway job. Mrs.
Lindemann and their son Gary
will make their home in Guadaia
hara. Mexico. In order to be near
er him. The trip, date of which
is not yet known, will be made
via plane.
Since Mr. Lindemann will be
unable to have a family Christ
ina- this year, a Christmas tree
adorned the table, with gifts for
him heaped beneath it. Mrs. Lin
demann ami Gary will remain in
the states to spend Christmas
with her parents.
Beside the guest of honor, his
family, and the hosts, others
present were Mr. and Mrs. Don
Lindemann and daughter Arlene
of Phoenix. Miss Margie Storie,
Lee Lindemann and George Galla
gher. Ernie. Ray, and Don Lin
demann are brothers.
o
Steak Fry At Ruins
On Friday Night
A group of friends gathered at
Casa Grande Ramada for a steak
fry on Friday night, followed by
cards at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Bickneit.
Those present were Mr. and J
Mrs. Paul Loucks, Mr. ami Mrs. j
W. R. Kiliott, Mr. and Mrs. C- J !
Wells. Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Murray 1
and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jamieson i
Altar Society Plans
Spanish Dinner Here
The Altar Society of St. James
Catholic Church will serve a
Spanish dinner Saturday evening.
November "Ist, at Coolidge Le
gion Hall, starting at 7 o'clock.
A special program of Spanish ;
songs and dances has been plan
ned for the evening's entertain
ment.
o
• Mrs. Thomas Edwards, Sr., and
Mrs. Tommie Edwards, Jr., spent '
Monday in Phoenix on business
and pleasure. While there, Mrs.
Edwards, Jr., visited her mother.
Mrs. Frank Triggs.
• Mr. and Mrs. A. P, McKinnis
returned Thursday from Okla
homa, where they spent several
weeks visiting relatives and
friends throughout the state,
among whom was Mr. McKinnis'
1 uncle, who is 90 years old.
Sun Sets for Rising Sun Bomber
This wing section was the largest single piece remaining of a J»p
bomber after Its bomb load was touched off by a U. S. marine ami
aircraft shell at 20,000 feet, in the Southwest Pacific. The plan: l ct.s
integrated in the sky, bits raining down over a wide area.—Soundphcto.
• Miss Fern Neighbors, who is
attending Lampson's Business
College in Phoenix, was ill with
influenza at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Margie Neighbors
for several days last week. Miss
Neighbors returned to Phoenix
Thursday.
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THE COOLTDGE EXAMINER
• Mrs l{. W. Uhadborn left Tuos
day for San Pedro, California, to
attend an accounting conference.
Mrs. Chadborn, who is employed
at Florence Internment' Camp,
was rent by headquarters offita.
She w ill be in San Pedro about
a week.
Buffet Luncheon
Marks Earlene Hicks
Seventh Birthday
Earlene I'icks' seventh birthdi y
was celebrated bv a luncheon on |
the lawn of her parents home, j
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks, on Sat
urday. Her grandfather, E. M. |
Webb of Tombstone, whose birth
day falls on the same day, was a
Ruewt of honor.
Table appointments and favors
carried out the Thanksgiving mo
tif. Following luncheon, lawn
games furnished the afternoon’s
entertainment.
Guests were Karen Snang il.
Sharon Cleveland. Joyce Ann Gid
eon, Joyce McFarland. Bonnye Mc-
Farland, Bitty Woods, Jur,
Smothers. Elva Aros, Lenora S.ai
er, Barbara Jean Lotzring, Lenore
Keith, Gertrude Keith, Elizabeth
Truitt, Kathleen McCleery, lua
Reed. Penny Davison, Darlene
Ford, Betty Taylor. Eugenia Kir’,
land, F>!ith Wang. Nancy Me
Cleery and Earlene's grandpar
ents Mr. and Mrs. I!. M. Webb i 1
Tombstone.
o
The It A. F. recently spilled
10,000 tons of bombs on Germany
in 10 night air raids.
Lc,caJ Hipp .ings
• Mr. r.nd Mrs Eugene Ship'ev
of Nebraska 1» ft Thursday after
a two months visit with \!r. Ship
ley’s parents, Mr. an i Mrs. Will
iam Shipley. Eugene was ached
uled to report for final array ex
animation upon arrival home.
• Mr. and Mrs. John Newcomb,
who are making their home on a
ranch near Tucson, visited Mr.
Newcomb’s brother and sister-in-1
law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newcomb j
The Crowd For A Good Time At The
21 CLUB
EARL McEUEN
a full line of the f'nest liquors.. Also your favorite
Beer—Billiards
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and other friends and relatives in
Coolidge over the week-end.
• Mr. and Mi Dan Dulen, who
are now making their home in
Phoenix, were transacting busi
ness in ("oolidge, Thursday. The
Dulens have rented a house
across from the Drive-In Theater
on Van Buren Street.
• Lieutenant Byron Lanphear,
Williams Field, was Miss Lois
Kent’s week-end guest at the home
of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kent.

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