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Written and Edited A m|\ 4 Being a Weekly Story
By Students of |< M A R I |C A I K \ of Hi - School
Journalism ULilill £ IlilV/lllJ Activities
TYPING CONTEST HELD
A bull's eye contest Is being
ield In Miss Miller’s classes. For
•be first year students the bull's
•ye is 35 words per minute and
'or the second year students the
bull’s eye is 55 words per minute.
Sides have been chosen in each
• lass and at the end of the six
creeks the side that has the most
marks in the bull's eye will win
The marks are taken from daily
esta —F. S.
SHOP CLASS BUILDING
NEW ROOM
The boys in the shop class un
der the supervision of Mr. Jen
kins, are constructing a special
room in which to store their pro
jects.
The room, which is Bxl2 feet, is
-uspended from the ceiling of
ihe regular work shop giving a
raeixanine effect.
They began working on this
room Thursday, November 12.
O. A.
BUSINESS
DIRECTORY
COOLIDGE
Auto Supply
-Everything for the Auto"
J. C. Jayne, Proprietor
Central Ave., Aria. Blvd.. Phone 47
Harry N. Shelter
JEWELER
Coolldge Theatre Building
Guaranteed Watch Repairing
For Less
Cooiidge Laundry
Phone 267
Across from High School
-LET OUR PHONE LINE BE
YOUR CLOTHES LINE"
Sea Lane
HOTEL
Houses, spaitments, rooms
Right locality, right condition.
right prices
EAT YOUR
THANKSGIVING
DINNER
DAN’S CAFE
TURKEY CRANBERRY SAUCE
PUMPKIN PIE
ALL THE TRIMMINGS
MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND HAUGH
*2,000 Cm*
to send this bomber to war. • •
It’s been estimated that about 12,000
local and long distance calls are in
volved in the production of a bomber.
Millions of war calls are on the wires
today. Please keep lines free for those
calls by keeping your conversations
brief and by not making any
unnecessary calls.
TIE MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO.
»****■***«»

School was closed on Wednes
day. November 11. because of “Ar
mistice Day.”
FOOTBALL BANQUET
The annual football banquet,
sponsored by the Lion’s Club, will
be held Friday night. November
2<». Only members of the Lion’s
Club and football boys may at
tend.
The students of C. U. H. S
were happy to have been able to
hear Marlon Downs sing Tuesday
night, at the Methodist church.
F. S.
SENIOR CLASS MEETING
The Seniors held a class meet
ing Tuesday, November 17, to
complete arrangements for their
hayrack ride that night. Suffi
cient funds were raised and a
committee to select games was
chosen.—F. J.
SENIOR CLASS GIVES PARTY
A hay ride given by the Seniors
was enjoyed by all Tuesday eve
I nlng.
Members of the Senior class
i and their guests met at the high
' school at 7:30 and then went in
| a group to the Earl Smith ranch
where a hay rack was waiting for
! them.
After a weiner roast and games
In the desert, they returned to
Coolfflge. The food committee for
this picnic was Sarah Ixiuise Ar
nold and Hetty Rowe.
Mr. and Mrs. Springfield attend
ed the party as chaperons.—
J. J. D.
SOLDIERS AND BAND PERFORM
PATRIOTIC DESIGNS USED
An unusual performance was
given last Friday at the game be
tween Coolldge and the aoldiers
at the Florence Concentration
Camp hv the Coolldge High
School Band and the Infantry unit
at the camp. Before the game
began the High School band
marched onto the field behind the
flag where our National Anthem
was played and the salute given.
Between the halves the band
marched across the field In the
formation of an airplane. The
twirlers and majorette twirled,
giving the effect of airplane pro
pellers. From this formation, a
U. S. A. design was made. Then,
after God Bless America was play
ed. the band formed a V and
marched off the field.
A no less patriotic display was
given by the infantry unit of th*
Florence Concentration Camp.
Their drill was very complicated
and performed with great ability
The entire performance was
much enjoyed by the large audi
ence. —H. S.
BEARS DEFEAT ARMY TEAM
Cooiidge Bears, with the aid of
the alumni defeated a tough Armv
team 21-19 in an exciting ganu
this Friday ngiht.
The Army scored early in the
first period but failed to convert
for the extra point. The Bears
made a comeback by tackleing
fullback Schaffer behind their
goal line on a fumble scoring a
safety, 2 points, for Cooiidge.
In the second period Shoemak
er scored two touchdowns for
Cooiidge making the score lif-6.
In the third quarter Perkins
passed to Roche for auother touch
down.
The Army scored again as tin
result of several hard drives *hus
making the score 2112.
| In the last few minutes of the
game the Army scored 6 more
points, ending the game in a 21-19
victory for Cooiidge.
This concluded the football sea
son for the Bears.—V. W. and
S. L. A.
o
10 YEARS AGO
The Coolldge Woman’s Club
met at Casa Grande Ruins Picnic
Park Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. Wm Jackson, president, pre
siding. This was guest day and
Invitations were extended to
Florence, Casa Grande and the
Desert Woman’s Clubs. They
were represented by Mrs. E. G.
Lavers and Mrs. M. M. Bottrlell
of Casa Grande; Mrs Lynn Ear
ley and Mrs. Moorman of Flor
ence; Mrs. M. L. Talla. Mrs.
George Kennedy, Mrs. Stevens
and Mrs. Ray of the Desert Wom
an's Club. About 50 women were
present at the meeting . . . The
program with Mrs. W. C. Pew in
cluded community singing led by
Mrs. J. F. Eisenhart. and a talk
on "Archeology" by Custodian
Palmer of the National monu
ment . . . The refreshment com
mittee consisting of Mesdames
Burke. Hannah. E. T. Clark. Nuy
lor, E. E. Stringer and Hobb>
served hot tea and individual
cakes.
The latter part of last week,
W. H. Barker and C. A. Parker
brought In a large buck that
weighed 176 pounds dressed and
the feet taken off. Mr. Barker
killed the deer . . . This is the
largest deer brought in this year
and will no doubt win the prize
offered by Tyler Hardware Com
pany.
A BOOK REPORT: I read a
book that 1 got out of the P. T. A.
Library. The name of it was
"Swiss Family Robinson.” T’ ere
were four boys in the family and
the mother and father. They got
shipwrecked, ai\d got to land In a
little boat made of tubs. They
landed on an Island, and they
made everything they wan ed.
After a few years had gone by. a
ship came by bound for the West
Indies. It stopped at the Ulead,
and on the return trip the cap
tain brought a family of four.to
the Island and took the two old
est boys that were there oa into
Europe ... I liked the book and
I am glad the p. T. A. his a li
brary so that we can get books to
read once in a while. Signed:
Wayne Wuertz.
Appel and Sons are having a
big sale on Saturday, November
19th. at their stores in Cooiidge
and at Borree’s Corner. i
Little Janet Chappel is ill with
scarlet fever, her sister Mary is
much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. James Luthy left
Friday noon on a business trip to
,Lebanon, Missouri to be gone sev
eral weeks.
Douglas Dawson drove to Hot
Springs Wednesday, returning the
same day with Mrs. J. C. Jayne
and Miss Lucille.
Miss Lucille Collins, teacher of
the 6th grade, was on the sick list
Monday. Miss Vivian Hooper sub
stituted for her.
Bessie Mae Eisenhart had her
tonsils removed at Phoenix Tues
day. Professor J. F. Eisenhart
brought her home to Cooiidge
Wednesday afternoon.
o
Catholic Church
ST. JAMES
Mass each Sunday morning at
10:30.
Confessions will be heard pro
ceeding mass.
o
Gasoline used in unnecessary
driving last year would have fill
ed 1,000,000 tank cars.
THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER
Tlie Girl He Left Behind
'
Tliis United States marine, standing guard in a fox hole, waiting for
the Japs to attempt another push to take the American positions, j
snatches a moment to gaze fondly at the picture of the girl he left at
home. Note the band grenades and other equipment ready for instant
use.— (Oilicial U. S. navy photo.)
METHODIST
THANKSGIVING SERVICE SUN
DAY; YOUNG ADULTS TO
ORGANIZE
Thanksgiving Sunday will be
appropriately observed Sunday
morning at the Cooiidge Metho
dist Church in a service conduct
ed by Mrs. Leslie Ross. The theme
of worship will be, ‘‘Come, Ye
Thankful People. Come."
In the evening, tbe Young
Adult group will hold a sandwich
and salad pot-lurk supper to be
followed with a social fellowship
an«l a business meeting All young
married people and all single per
sons beyond that "older youth
stage" are cordially Invited to
share this program which will tie
gin at 6:30. Care will be provid
ed for small children.
Services beginning Sunday. No
vember 22nd:
Sunday School. 10:^0.
Thanksgiving Worship. 11:00. A
nursery is provided for pre-seboo!
children.
Young Adult Fellowship, 6:30-
Monday, 6:30. Intermediate Fel
lowship.
Thursday, 8:00, Senior Fellow
ship.
Sunday, December Ist, Family
Fellowship Day with morning and
afternoon programs. Pot-luck
dinner at noon.
Community Church
Presbyterian
This Sunday morning the pas
tor will bring a Thanksgiving
Message titled “Count Your
Many Blessings." Special music
will be provided by the Women's
Musicians' Club. The Club will
sing "Blessed Assurance" by
Nolte. New corners are always
welcome The church Is located
at the corner of Tihrd and Pink
ley.
In the evening the Church of
Youth will me«t at 7:00 P. M. for
choir practice which will be fol
lowed by the regular meeting. In
the fellowship period plans will be
made for the Christmas play to
be presented in the High School
Auditorium the Sunday evening
before Christmas for the benefit
of the Prisoners of War Relief
Fund of the International Y. M*
C. A. The play is titled ‘A 1512
Christmas Carol." The Rev. Jo
seph D. Easter is the author.
Wednesday evening Rev. and
Mrs. Easter will be hosts to the
High School young people at an
informal party to be given in the
Recreation Hall of the Church.
Friday Rev. and Mrs. Easter
will leave for Wickenburg for a
three day leadership conference.
They will be accompanied by
Verne Wuertz and Helen Sander
son.
o
Local Happenings
• Mrs. Louis Johnson, baby
daughter Linda Louise, and Bar
bara Talla drove to Willcox, Fri
day, to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Parker, the baby's grandparents,
and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cook, the
baby’s great aunt and uncle, none
of whom had seen Linda Ixiuise
before. They returned Sunday.
• Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Lindemann
and son Gary of Phoenix are
guests of Mrs. Ray Lindemann
this week.
• Mrs. Martin Talla returned
Sunday from Norman. Oklahoma,
where she and Mr. Talla went to
see their son Martin Parker Talla.
who is stationed there while tak
ing a course in naval aviation
maintenance. Mr. Talla, who re
mained on business, is expected
home this week. The Talla's
daughters Mrs. Louis Johnson and
Barbara Talla met their mother
in Willcox and drove her home.
• The Reverend Lina O’Donnell,
Mrs. Clay Faulkner, Mrs. Buddie
Bonner and George O'Donnell
spent Monday in Phoenix trans
acting business and shopping.
•T. F. Hardaway is seriously ill
at his home in Cooiidge. He is
Albert Hardaway’s father.
Trinity Tabernacle
Notice Os Services
“It Is time for thee, I-ord, t
work: for they have made void
thy law.” Psalms 119-126.
Trinity Full Gospel Tabernacle
The Reverend Rina O’Donnell
pastor.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Communion service—ll a. m.
Evening service—B p. m. war
time.
Bible study—Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock.
Ladies Prayer Band —Wednes
day afternoon from 2 to 4 o’clock
Prayer Meeting—Thursday eve
ning at 8 o’clock.
Children’s Bible study, Friday
afternoon at 2 o’clock.
SUMMONS
No. 6930
IN Till} SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL.
ODEAN MARIE DUKE. Plain
tiff. vs. ERNEST ARNOLD
DUKE, Defendant.
THE STATE OF ARIZONA to
the iibove named defendant,
ERNEST ARNOLD DUKE.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUM
MONED and required to appear
and defend in the above entitled
action in the above entitled
court . within TWENTY DAYS,
exclusive of the day of service,
I after service of this summons
upon you if served within the
State of Arizona, or within
THIRTY DAYS, exclusive of the
! day of service, if served without
the State of Arizona, and you are
hereby notified that in case you
fail ho to do, judgment*by default
will be rendered against you for
the relief demanded in the com
plaint.
The name and address of plain
tiff’s attorney is Chas. 11. Reed,
Coolidge, Arizona.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona in and for the
County of Pinal, this 4th day of
September, 1942.
T. J. Marks,
Clerk.
First Publication Nov. 6, 1942.
Last Publication Nov. 27, 1942.
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
. NO. 264
STATE LAND DEPARTMENT
Phoenix, Arizona
September 16. 1942
In conformity with the provisions
of Chapter 11, Arizona Code An
notated, 1939, notice is hereby giv
en that the State of Arizona will
sell at public auction at 10:00
o’clock A. M., Friday, November
27, 1942, at the front steps of the
Court House, Florence, Arizona,
the following Improved and un
improved State School and Insti
tutional lands situated in Pinal
SURETY TITLE
& TRUST CO.
Incorporated 1912
Dependable Title Bervlce
Title Insurance issued by
Phoenix Title 4 Tniet Co.
Phone 102 Florence, Aria.
I Tents -
Pick Sacks
Wagon Covers
Heavy Canvas
E. C. GRASTY
IMPLEMENT Co
Coolidge Casa Grande
I -eaJI
A LOW COST CAR
I INSURANCE
If We are prepared to
jj aid in Lowest Cost Fi
§l nance in the State.
|| LOW COST INSURANCE—
Makes Low Cost
Finance
■ LOUCKS
I W Coolidge
County, Arizona, to-wit:
Twp. 75., Rng. BE.,
SE' i : Section 5, containing 160
acres, more or less, appraised at
$4000.00. improvements claimed
by Virgil VV. Chandler, appraised
at $12,500.00.
W!;SW'4; Section 23, containing
80 acres, more or less, appraised
at $240.00. No improvements.
No bids for less than the apprais
ed valuation will be considered
This Department reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
A bid for improved land carries
a bid for improvements thereon at
the appraised value, which mußt
be paid in cash. State lands are
sold subject to all valid and exist
ing rights, rights of way or ottxer
easements: also subject to irriga
ion and drainage district asses
ments lawfully levied, If lands are
within any such district. Informa-
Con regarding land and terms of
sale may be obtained from the
State Land Department, Phoenix,
Arizona.
STATE LAND DEPARTMENT
O. C. WILLIAMS,
State Land Commissioner
First pub. Sept. 18. 1942.
Last pub. Nov. 20. 1942.
SUMMONS
No. 6965
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL.
J. R. TREAT and BILLIE
TREAT, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs.
REBECCA A. PALMER and
JOHN DOE PALMER, her hus
band: CAROLINE BARKER: LU
CY c. mckinney, Elizabeth
WILLS, also known as Lizzie M.
Wills, RAY CHAMBERLAIN,
FLEDA CANFIELD, sole heirs of
FREEMAN A. CHAMBERLAIN,
ilso known as F. A. CHAMBER
LAIN. deceased: the unknown
stockholders of the ARIZONA
AUTO SECURITIES COMPANY,
a corporation; if said defendants,
or any of them, be living, if said
defendants, or any of them, be
dead, the unknown heirs, devis
ees, legatees and assigns of said
decedents; TOWN OF FLOR
ENCE, a municipal corporation;
STATE OF ARIZONA; COUNTY
OF PINAL; and ETHEL GRIF
FIN, Treasurer and Ex-Officio
j Tax Collector of Pinal County;
JANE DOE; RICHARD ROE; and
BLACK COMPANY, a corpora
tion, Defendants.
THE STATE OF ARIZONA to
the above named defendants: Re
becca A. Palmer and John Doe
Palmer, her husband; Caroline
Barker; Lucy C. McKinney, Eliz
abeth Wills, also known as Lizzie
M. Wills, Ray Chamberlain, Fleda
Canfield, sole heirs of Freeman
A. Chamberlain, also known as
F. A. Chamberlain, deceased; the
unknown stockholders of the
Arizona Auto Securities Com
pany, a corporation; if said de
fendants, or any of them, be liv
ing, if said defendants, or any of
them, be dead, the unknown
' I
They’re Fighting
Fools-Give ’em the
Best You’ve Got!
I
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On land, at sea, in the air, the U. S. Marines
can beat the life out of our enemies! And
every one of us at home can help by putting
our dollars into War Bonds! Think it over—
are you doing all you can to back up our
fighting men? Remember, Uncle Sam isn’t
asking you for a gift—he’s asking you to loan
your dollars to save your Freedom and your
way of life, and he promises to pay you back
with compound interest! So, go out and buy
’til it hurts—the enemy!
J '
Arizona Edison
Co., Inc.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1942
heirs, devisees, legatees and as
signs of said decedents; Town of
Florence, a municipal corporation;
State of Arizona; County of Pin
al; and Ethel Griffin, Treasurer
and Ex-Officio Tax Collector of
Pinal County; Jane Doe; Richard
Roe; and Black Company, a cor
poration.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMON
ED and required to appear in the
above entitled action in the above
entitled Court, within TWENTY
DAYS, exclusive of the day of
service, after service of this Sum
mons upon you if served within
the State of Arizona, or within
THIRTY DAYS, exclusive 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, judgment by default
will be rendered against you for
the relief demanded in the Com
plaint.
The name and address of
plaintiffs’ attorney is: Thomas
D. Derry, Florence, Arizona.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Superior Court of the
State of Arizona, in and for the
County of Pinal, this 27th day of
October. 1942.
(SEAL)
T. J. MARKS,
Clerk of the Superior Court,
By: T. J. MARKS,
Deputy Clerk.
First publication, Oct. 30, 1942.
Last publication, Nov. 20, 1942.
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