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4J n C E SAM WANTS * Clothes To Last! * iSDI ue may not always /S/v fSJW have everything you f M MX\ \ NEED ~ BUT WE ARE GET- TING IN ATTRACTIVE. DURABLE MERC HANDISE EVERY DAY Come See It FEDERATED STORE “Where Your Dollar Buys More” COOLIDGE AVE. PHONE 239 —iibmuwi ■ ~~ * ■ V >„ t vjmi n*" sH n s wt wßAd ., o& tow ) Sx».WW PASTE form y 2^ j 98t A QUART V,\ S "'?s» S 1 c*Uon Krm Toti' - p»»tr make* IV4 ' "A *vf J \ gallons Krm-Toor fsn:th. Yc«r rr*t!y --i *V» VA _ 1 j ' ’. lum coat —only sl.9# per gallon. ?«at 5 ! w "i w :%i'" ow! /T • ~V v -; rW ; ' < HO OFFtN^^L WASHFS A\ • *a* PAlFil SMART BORDERS! ROLL IT ON! w --rr _ . .. J—. / 7j Just roll Kem- Enhanee the 3*~> '" je Tone right over of vour fe?f\ / your walls quick- K*4 //# Kcm-Tono-ftn- Iv. easily, with “ hcd J* r * U U with . the Kent Tone Ken. Tone Trans! Roikr Kostcw \Jj Gummed, ready- II y \ . Ui»« to-use. Washabie! •l \ |» y&M’AttZ’ 15? TRIMS ROLLER-KOATER 89<? Sm an actual demonstration of Kem-Tone at our store! q r r ? For Kitchens, Bathrooms C Money The ideal finish for kitchen and • i amg fm m bathroom walls and for wood v Wltll Wff I a -*_* work throughout . your home. Amaz r N ’ vSI * ingly washable! r * n m3ny * us * ‘fjfetfSiZ • tints! P er S al * — _ . _ -- Sherwin-Williams save when you paint CtTAAI | I je TDC wall X and long —with SWP. • 9C-iwal *LI/9 f ftC finish Its remarkable ease of appli cation saves time and labor. Its Giant Color Style Guide! tremendous covering powers Your*, to borrow—FßEE! save paint. Its well-known dura- . bility saves youi See hundreds of $3.55 rW arris; \ expensive repairs. pep ga l. » ‘true-to-life color! Sherwin-Williams Sherwin-Williams Cl4/D HOUSE PAINT & COLOR * paint style guide (Py Valley Hardware & Supply Co. COOLIDGE. ARIZONA First Aid for IT.l T . S. Troops in Tunisia Sydney Hyman of Gary, Ind.. who is with the U. S. medical corps, gives first aid to Pvt. Manuel Freitas of Oakland. C alif., who suffered wounds about the head and hands during the first day of the battle for the tiny Central Tunisian railroad junction of Scned. i\ S. forces fought hard to gain control of the railroad station at Sened, which offer* a clear view of the tabletop tank country over which the army in posses sion can send its forces against Uio enemy. Joint Birthday Party Held At Farnsworth Ranch | A joint birthday party honoring .Mr. \V. I! Farnsworth and Mrs. K. C. Kabenstein of Mesa was giv en at tiie Farnsworth ranch home on Sunday. Mrs. Kabenstein is Mr. Farnsworth's cousin. Two birthday cakes climaxed the din i ner. Those present, beside the guests I of honor and the host were: Mrs. s Elizabeth Farnsworth. Miss Miriam i i-arnsw ort,i. Mr. Kabenstein and | Corbin Smith, all of Mesa, and i Mrs. Christian of Illinois. Mrs. i George Hanna and Mrs. AI Chris | tensen called during the after | noon. M rs. R. J. Jones Sells Five Lots Here This Month Mrs. It. J. Jones h»3 sold five i lots in Coolidge this month. The first was purchased by Mr. | and Mrs. Edwin James Wilber i Just west of King s Court The Wilbers, who are from the north, plan to build there when the war is over. For the present they have a Victory Garden planted on j their property. They are making j their home at King's Court, which | their daughter purchased sonn time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Odie Wedgworth purchased two lots across from South Grammar School, where they plan to put In a Victory Gar den. They will build after the war. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Elledge pur chased a lot on Main Street just north of the Coolidge Drug Com pany. They plan to build at the conclusion of the war. Dalton 11. Cole and O. H. Maud purchased a lot west of Cole and Maud Mortuary, which is being used at present for a Victory Gar den. They plan to build later on. o Hopkins-Pollard Marriage Announced Mrs. Lucille Kelleher announces the marriage of her daughter, Pauline Hopkins to Pfc. Frederick Pollard, Jr., of Florence Intern ment Camp on February 27th. The ceremony was performed by the Ileverend Joseph Dominie Jaques of the Catholic Church. The bride’s mother was matron of honor and Chester Morin was best man. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the bride’s home. Pfc. and Mrs. Pollard are mak ing their home in Florence for the present. He is from Oceanside, New York. o Junior Womans Club Fetes Husbands At Steak Fry Monday Husbands Night was celebrated by Coolidge Junior Womans Club with a steak fry at the Skousen Ranch on Monday night. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Rooker. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Garrison. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sweazea, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenk ins. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts, Rev. and Mrs. Leslie J. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wildermuth, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Will iam McConnell, Mr. and Mrs. Ed gar Perham, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nabors, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Skous en, Mrs. J. R. Tweed, Mrs. Ray Lindemann, Miss Margie Storie, Miss Lucille Briscoe and Miss Lois Weiss. —o Walkers Hosts Saturday Night Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Walker were j hosts to a group of friends for ' pot luck supper and an evening of ! cards in their home on Saturday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Skousen, Mr. and Mrs. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER W. R. Urton, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ware and Mr. Mrs. F. P.' Jamieson. Mrs. Urton Hostess Friday Afternoon Mrs. W. R. Urton was hostess to the Cosmos Club for an after noon of cards in her home on Fri day. Guests for tin* afternoon were Mrs. E. E. Stringer, Mrs. C. H. Soutliworth and Mrs. M. M. Coop er. Members present were Mrs. M. M. Ware, Mrs. C. 1,. Skousen, Mrs. A. T. Bicknell and Mrs. F. P. Jamieson. COOLID6E LOCALS #F. E. Stoneho* ker, mechanic Southwestern National Monu ments. underwent a major opera tion at Florence Hospital on Mon day. He is doing as well as can be expected. The Stonehocker's small daughter. Oialie. is confined to her home with the mumps. • '-»■* * • ft. gs* * I » ■ i? KNOW J Ijcu /.c:k » I RIGHT I jU •> * * I : • It's half the secret of poise & charm! Expert Alterations By Our Tailor ELITE CLEANERS Main St. Phone 231 Every Dav<iTAi^.-uLi..,. JEsi n t^cse *^ a^ s es * n<^ Los Ar.fle'es by Co.' Johnson Pearce Commercial Co. j capspfo dS£ tofo, “ 533 W. Washington St., Phoenix been attending business college in Tempo, started to work for cool idge branch of Valley National Bank on Monday. • Mrs. \V. R. Urton began keeping books at the Capital Fuel and Feed Company on Monday. •J. D. Smith, plumber at Flor \ WON'T LAST FOREVER 1 j | Your Car | NEEDS EXTRA CARE • ij We’ll Keep ’Em Rolling For You \ APPEL & SONS I | | ' 111 COOLIDGE AVE- PHONE 63 J 12 2 Which “f&wmtf/mcfc Do You Prefer ! There are two ways of borrowing mo n < i v, both involving the “personal touch”—yet vastly different. The first way is asking a friend for a . a.so-caiied, “personal touch”. This, of course, is always mutually embarrassing. The second way—the sound, logical way—is to obtain a Personal Loan from the Valley National Bank. Here, too, is found the per sonal touch, because every Personal Loan transaction at the Valley 'Bank is solicitous of the individual’s personal problem. But it is also a friendly, confidential, business-like transaction which permits the borrower to maintain his pride and dignity. Personal Loans at the Valley Bank are most economical. The cost is just $lO a year . . . only 84c a month ... for each SIOO borrowed. If yoa need money to take care of emergency expenses, to meet increased income taxes, to redeem “frozen” charge accounts, or for other useful purposes, come in far a frank, helpful discussion of your financial worries. FOR VICTORY BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS ■■ jgjmilUHLjUL- -'■'!* enco Internment Camp, was work ing with a hand drill Saturday when it slipped and struck him just below the eye. It was neces sary to have several stitches tak on at the camp hospital. • Jimmie Clemans has received his certificate of disability dis charge from the l*. S. Army and FRIDAY, MARC PI 19, 1943 returned from California this week. He has been visiting his wife’s relatives in Phoenix and Tempe and arrived here Wednes day for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Earl Clemans. O Roy Wade Boteler was inducted into the United States Navy on Saturday.