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i i Ceolfbgsfi£»uainer PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING t*r«d u second-class matter March 7, 1930 at the post office at Coolidge, Arizona, under the Act of March 3. 1879. A. C. and H. H. WRENN, Publishers bscrlptlon Rate, Per Year. 12.00 *s. Tantlinger >nor Guest At ncheon Tuesday rs. Charles Tantlinger of Se *, Washington, was guest of >r at a reunion luncheon given Mrs. A1 Christensen on Tues- Mrs. Tantlinger. a former lidge resident, is Mrs. Christen s house guest. Many of those he luncheon, which was given >an's Case, were old friends had not seen each other for ‘ral years. linen luncheon set was pre ed to the guest of honor, hose present were: Mrs. J. C. ne, Mrs. George Dell, Mrs. W. Farnsworth. Mrs. R. J. Jones, .. E. D. Chandler, Mrs. Herbert »na. Mrs. Katherine Mac Rae, t. Josephine Borree, Mrs. John kland. Mrs. Alice Keith. Mrs. re Christensen. Miss Daisy -tman, and Mrs. A. G. Hupfel, of Coolidge; Mrs. Alice Prouty, i. Grace Ryder and Mrs. M. A. lereon. all of Casa Grande; Mrs. O. Thompson, Mrs. Clifford ffin. and Mrs. S. T. Soule, all Randolph and Mrs. John Zell jfer, of Florence. o iniors To Present omedy At High chool Tonight That Crazy Smith Family,” a aaedy reported to be full of tghs. will be given by members the Junior class in Coolidge Ch school auditorium tonight. play is sponsored by the high 1001 dramatic club and was re arsed under the direction of Phil m LOW COST CAR INSURANCE W® are prepared to aid in Lowest Cost Fi nance in the State. LOW COST INSURANCE— Makes Low Cost Finance loucks sr AN VITAMINS CHANGE MAY HAIR? to Good Housekeeping tots with tlouin P»ntntl«enste on gray hair: §a "..did not teem to affect results. The earliest epoansoccamJ ins SO year old; Us; latest in dyearold. star —began to appear near the roots of the Ur. The color may not appear all over the wd at the Mine time. Symmetrical areas, per ips on the temples or the back of the head, ay show traces of color first, after which the tar will spread to other parts of the head, taw imini from 1 month to 6 months. —Ha 10% of those tested had positiveevi •nee of n return of some hair color. Now thousands use GRA YVITA. which con Una 10 mm. of Calcium Pantothenate (the sated amount) PLUS 450 U S P. units of Bi. ty GRAYVITA. 30 day supply, $l5O, 100 ays, $4.00. Phone, write HINES DRUG CO. Don't be an OSTRICH about cold weather driving! We Specialize You won’t profit by hiding ins the facts from yourself. Un- Lubrication less your car is ready to • Battery stand winter temperatures, • driving will be a problem. 0 This winter, more than ever* your country needs your • Tires transportation facilities in • Fuel Pumps excellent working order! See Chapman First! CHAPMAN GARAGE ROBERT “Bob” CHAPMAN, Prop. TELEPHONE 219 Curtain will be promptly at 8:15. Tickets may be purchased in advance from class students, or at the door. The cast of characters is as fol lows: Pa Smith —Junior Veazey; Ma Smith —Mary Lou Lewis; Tony Smith —Wayne Elledge; Sally Smith —Betty June Yates; Betty Smith—La Verne Odom; Buddy Smith —Charlie Patterson; Bar bara Weatherby—Evelyn Schell; Aunt Bella—Mary Dowdle; Julie Weston —Faye Fairchild; Dick Weston—Kenneth Troutt; Stew art Brandon —Charles Magness and Professor Slattery—Willie Storie. o Christmas Program Giveh At Womans Club Thursday The annual Christmas program | of Kenilworth School will be given on Thursday afternoon, December 23rd, at 2 o’clock. Students from the entire school will participate. “Christmas In The United States” will be presented In pag eant form, the opening scene a Nativity Tableau, with he manger in the stable. Inez Glenn will take the part of Mary and Doyle Cable will take the part of Joseph. Oth er eighth grade students will en act the three shepherds and the three wise men. Other scenes will be “Christmas in New Amsterdam" depicting a street scene there; “Christmas in a Frontier Home," "Pueblo Indian Christmas” and "Christmas In The Far Southwest.” A chorus from all grades will join the finale, which will take place around the * manger scene. There will be two narrators, Dorothy Nafziger and Arvel Bias. First, second and third grade pupils will give a sketch, “The Toys Find Christmas.” Those tak ing part will be Joe Jessie Mr ad kins, Leroy Hayduke, Frances Johnson, Harold Graham. Beverly Jean Hall. Rosella Harris. Nadine Kilman. Billy Newman will repre sent a Christmas tree. Other trees of the forest will be represented by six first grade boys and snow flakes will be represented by six first grade girls. Charley Day's will take the part of the Little Boy.” Louise Veazey will be the “Little Girl,” and Josephine Car ter will be “The Mother." Twenty 2nd and 3rd grade ch.l dren will give a Christmas Star light parade. — • Mrs. P. E. Fent, Sr., returned Sunday from the east, where she visited a son in Omaha, relatives in Los Angeles and stopped in Yuma to see her daughter, Miss Lois Fent, a former Coolidge res ident. Mrs. Fent will spend the winter here with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Fent. • Mrs. C. V. Steward Is conva lescing from influenza. Additional Help Prepares Post Office For “Rush” Coolidge post office is ready for any last-minute Christmas rush that might descend upon it. With the aid of the army, help has been made available which is proving a great asset, according to Postmas ter J. B. Boone. Four men arrive each morning from the Prisoner of War camp at Florence, to work until noon when they return to camp for lunch. Two come back for additional work in the afternoon. This week Post master Boone made efforts to keep one of the men all day. A new' clerk has been employed as well. She is Miss Charity Brewer of Coolidge. o • Robert G. Goree of San Diego, California, arrived here Monday, and plans to remain for the win ter. He will be joined by Mrs Goree shortly after the first of the year. He is Captaih Jon D. Gor ee’s uncle and he and Mrs. Goree will stay at the Captain’s home in West Coolidge while here. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS $l5O WILL BUY 1 PARACHUTE I Cranberry CSIWIy I I It Isn't Christmas I H without Cranber- Wdllt S Armours Star Hams ; URE CANE HOME “ ADE v , ftq „ Spry 69c Tendered Cooked SyrUP */ 2 gal 89c Whole . lb. 36c Whole . lb. 41c PURE CANE HOMEMADE Snow Drift 69c Half . . lb. 35c Half . . lb. 39c Syru P K al - $ 169 3Lb Jv m , Pork Shoulder All Kind. Milk ... J-~ I* w * f “ “• Sliced. lb 36<- Dried Fruit, Citrus Peel, Apples lb. 9c C ant ji e d Fruit NEW ARIZONA Amours Smoked Boneless Ham Pickles, Olives 7ams lug 49c Whole or Half lb. 49c Pickled Peppers Oranges 2 doz. 35c oliced lb. 65c both sweet and hot for juice PORK LOIN RiTEnd 1 ’ :. : . . lb. £ SELECT YOUR • - q?n “ r c "‘ ei 7‘ lb 39c CHRISTMAS TRF.ES 300 Brand FROM OUR LARGE STOCK 35c Pound AMERICAN BEAUTY ROCCA BELLA Swift’s Pure Pork AA Pnrn 12c Olives 13c Sausage lb. 38c * i Lb. Can’-I*lo Points* ’ 6 Oz. Can - No Point. Mixed Lunch Meats .... lb. 35c black and white mixed Bologna lb. 2§c Sweet Peas 14c 4 Lb. Bag Weiners and Franks .. . . lb. 35c Potatoes, 10 lb. Mesh Bag 37c SMOKED SAUSAGE . . lb. 47c Juice, 18 oz. can, 2 for 25c Lettuce 7 l / 2 c _ „ _ . . Large Head Armour s Treet 38c , lu Ql/ armour’s Fruit Cocktail 19c van camps Chili Con Carne lb. 29c 1 Lb - can is Points Pork and Beans 16c KRAFT ROKA CHEESE OEL MO NTE 1 Lb ” 6 ofc Ca " —l2 Po,nt * Spread 25c Pineapple Juice 37c Sampan Pears 22c 5 Oz. Jar * 47 0z Can 2 2 Points No. Z'/ 2 Can —2l Points i LIBBY’S Mince Meat for Your Christmas Pies TOMATOSLICES 1 No. 21/a Jar IN BULK OR JARS , N 2 J«:,, (No Points) Season’s Greetings From CONSUMERS MARKET • • 1 CXXXXXXXXX%XXXXXXX*XXXXXXX*X\\\*\X\N\V\**X\\XX\X**V\X\XXVV**} .*X^*XXXXXX3^**XX%X%XX*XXXXJ^**a>XXXXXX3 THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Barkers Observe Golden Wedding Anniversary Here Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Barker cele brated their golden wedding anni versary by holding open house in j their home on Tuesday. Mrs. E. H. Barker and Mrs. Craig Black well were hostesses for the occas ion. From early afternoon until late in the evening, friends called to congratulate the Barkers and wish them many future years of happiness. They were married in Bradley, Arkansas in 1893. Among their well-wishers w r ere The Reverend and Mrs. J. N. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Ay ers of Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kent. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ufford, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Young Veazey, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Blackwell, Mrs. Ada Veazey, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Mclntyre, Mrs. Abbie Adkins, Miss Rose Lee Ad kins, Mrs. Copeland. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hodge, Mrs. 'Sadie Preuit. Mr. and Mrs. Talbert Preuit, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis and daugh ter Bobby, Mrs. Alice M. Keith. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roche, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ed wards, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. New comb, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ship ley, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mcln tyre, Mr. and Mrs. John Bergum, Miss Dorothy Bearden, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Randall, Miss Mildred Randall, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wil l son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Craig, Mrs. Flora McCarty of Tucson, Mrs. Della Blackwell of Phoenix; Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Moreland of Tex as; Mrs. Althea Hamither of Ar kansas and Mrs. Elizabeth Cauth en. o Wares Hosts Saturday Night Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ware were hosts to members of the Supper Club, Saturday night. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Skousen, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Urton, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jamieson, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Murray and Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. O’* Bryan of California were guests. 0 Skousens Hosts Sunday Evening Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Skousen were hosts for dinner and an eve ning of bridge at their ranch home on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ifodney Elsberry, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ware and son Bill, Mr. and Mrs. George Murr, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sellers and daughter Vera and Bobby Skousen. 0 Trinity Tabernacle Sunday school classes for all ages, 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sunday night preaching service, 7:30 p. m. $6 BUYS 1 ANTI-TANK SHELL Private ■ Sanitarium BED PATIENTS B CHRONIC INVALIDS ■ MODERATE RATES jj| REGISTERED NURSE Phone 198 Casa Grande Located at Lincoln Hospital K KXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1943 Bible Study is held on Thursday evening. Children church is held on Mon day, Wednesday and Friday after noons at 2:00 at the Tabernacle. ■ PLUMBING and COOLER SERVICE Water Heater®, Stoves and Floor Furnaces Cleaned and Adjusted PHONE 296 Craig Blackwell I Prescription Filled Over 15 Million Times Recommended to do just two things: I relieve constipation and gas on the stomach. I This successful prescription is now put up under the name of ADLERIKA. I Get a bottle of Adlerika next time you stop at vour druggist’s and see for yourself how quickly gas is re- I lieved and gentle but thorough bowel I action follows. Good for old and young. C«l Adlsrika from your druggist today. HINES DRUG CO.