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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1943
Coolidge Locals • Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dove and family left Wednesday for Fresno, California, where they will make their home. Mr. Dove, who was employed with Zellweger Imple ment Company here, will do de fense work on the coast • Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dove and daughter-in-law, Mrs. C. E. Dove, have just recovered from influen za.. Sgt. and Mrs. Alfred Dove, Richfield Service Station (Across From North Grammar School) GASOLINE and OILS WASHING and SAi*Z LUBRICATION FLATS FIXED FRED MENDELSOHN, Operator , Magazines j EASY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING jMW NO WRAPPING NO MAILING * A Year ’Round Remembrance Margaret Johnson , Coolidge Agent Phone 106 JOIN The Crowd For A Good Time At The 21 CLUB IN COOLIDGE % . Full Line of Finest Liquors Also Your Favorite Beer Earl McEuen Billiards Call us for any wj changes in your HJountaln Stated wlßlilil rP^^IIRKSES anti dJefeyrapii do. Give your home a gay new look with a fresh coat of paint. Cover up those old smudge marks and en joy a bright new finish. SPECIALS Wall Paint All-Around House Paint $2.95 Gallon BUY FULLER PAINTS TOfflwra who were here on leave from Ft. Lewis, Washington, during the time, left Monday. Sgt. Dove is the C. E. Dove’s son. • Mrs. Josephine Borree and daughter, Frances, had dinner in Phoenix, Sunday evening and af terwards attended a moving pic ture theater. • Mr. and Mrs. R. H. O’Bryan of California spent the weekend in Tucson with his mother, where he remained because of her illness, while Mrs. O’Bryan returned to the ranch home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Urton. • Mrs. H. D. Martin, daughter Sara Jean, and Frances Borree spent Monday in Phoenix shopping. • Mrs. John Hallmark and grand son, John Lay, who is spending the winter with her, are convales cing from influenza. •W. D. Kirby, Is now up and around following an attack of in fluenza. The Kirby’s son, David, who was ill with bronchitis, is also up. • Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Norris and children Fred and Michael of Phoenix, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Weinhold. • MYs. Henry Appel, Jr., who is convalescing from a major opera tion at St. Joseph’s hospital, Phoe nix, is reported to be doing as well as can be expected. • Mrs. Max Anderson is ill at her home with influenza. • Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Urton at tended the rodeo at Casa Grande on Sunday. • Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bicknell are both ill with influenza. • Henry Appel, Sr., who has been seriously ill for the past three weeks, is reported to be improv ing. • Mrs. A1 Christensen and her house guest, Mrs. Charles Tant linger of Bothel, Washington, were luncheon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Farnsworth on Thursday. • Melvin Rice, son of Mrs. R. O- Jeter, underwent an emergency operation at Florence Hospital, Wednesday. At last report he was doing as well as could be expect ed. He is an employee of Florence Fire Department. •J. P. Harrell visited his daugh ters-in-law, Mrs. Phil Harrell and Mrs. Lon Harrell in Phoenix Thursday and while there his son, S/Sgt. Phil Harrell, on desert maneuvers, made a surprise visit home. Mr. Harrell’s other son, S/Sgt. Lon Harrell, is in the New Guinea area. • F. P. Jamieson is up and around following an attack of influenza. • T/Sgt. and Mrs. Gil Miner of Florence were weekend guests at the Mac Rae Ranch. • Mr. R. C. Morris has been suf fering several days with influenza. • Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scudder and four children were all down with No. 7199 SUMMONS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL. JAMES DREW, Plaintiff vs MARION DREW, Defendant. THE STATE OF ARIZONA tc the above named defendant, MAR ION DREW. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMON ED and required to appear and de fend in the above entitled action in the above entitled court, with in TWENTY DAY’S, exclusive of the day of service, 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 Arizona, and you are hereby notified that in case you fail so to do, judgment by de fault will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. The name and address of plain tiff’s attorney is Thos. D. Derry, P. O. Box “D”, Florence, Arizona. (SEAL) GIVEN under my hand and the j seal of the Superior Court of the : State of Arizona in and for the j County of Pinal, this 22nd day of | November, 1943. T. J. MARKS, Clerk By RICHARD E. FULTON, Deputy Clerk. i First publication, Nov. 26, 1943. i Last publication, Dec. 17, 1943. No. 1884 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL. In the Matter of the Estate of J. J. BOWMAN, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Administrator of the estate of J. J. Bowman, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice to the said Administrator at Cool idge, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Pinal. DALTON H. COLE Administrator of the estate of said deceased. DATED this 6th day of Decem ber, 1943. First publication, Dec. 10, 1943.. Last publication, Dec. 31, 1943. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER influenza last week. Mr. Scudder is now up and around and other members of the family are conva lescing. • Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Moore and children are reporting to be ill with influenza. • Mrs. C. G- Weinhold, who has been ill for the past three weeks, is reported to be improving. • Mr. J. D. Smith has been con fined to his home several days with influenza. • Members of Coolidge north and south elementary schools who are down with influenza are Mrs. Mel vin Gammage, Mrs. Karl Fisher, and Miss Lois Weiss. Miss Mary Ellen Allen has just recovered and resumed her duties, Monday. • Mrs. Katie Harrold and Miss Jean Harrold were confined to their home for several days with influenza. • Gloria Kenworthy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kenworthy, is reported to be seriously ill with in,- fluenza. Going to bake? Bay what JHI fbi you need here at Safeway! \ Need flour? Your handy-for-shopping Safeway store has a full stock of quality brands at money-saving prices. And that goes RATION PA I FNHAR for everything else needed for successful home tool Buy r R them early this week! *uy For Week Begmn.ng December 15 Green Stamps Green Stamps _ i ~ ""fpTnjPjjlip 111 Ration Book No. 4 RATION BOOK 4 CMAJtAitneD a-b-c d.e.f : Good for Processed Good for Processed ———jFoods, Jams, Jellies, Foods, Jams, Jellies, Whsn you boy mom, those war-tbits days, . Preoerveo and Fruit Preserves and Fruit you want to bo sore you're sotting 900a moat A' Butters Butters —that's the kind waiting «ar?ow at Safaway! f P' Good Thru Dec. 29 Good Thru Jan. 20 GRADE A BEEF Su ‘ tar Stamps ( ll Chuck Roasts * 26c «'“' N ciL, Rat,M 2 “ ook 4 <*> Sirloin Steak »>• 39c a £ l "°£""H a 3 £> Pure Bulk Lard »• 18c G I~, <l> Slab Bacon ib 33c sunshine kr, S pv <£> Port Shoulder Roast -29 c ,ZT' ~ . ‘.I, 1 Lunch Meats -35 c lb - 37c | Almond* lb. 62c Walnut* lb. 44c / 2 C important to year family's bsaith In the wto- 16-Oz. Package tortbno. Buy than, by weight, at lata way! TOWN HOUSE rome or winesap sol.d heads Grapefruit Juice 12c Apples . lb. 1172 c Cabbafee.. lb. 4y2 c n 0 .2 can ~ IK 10 FANCY UTAH TYPE 44^ Apples lb. 10c , mottYapple .-•• •/ 2 gal. 44c ARIZONA navels * ' ’ * U Cider ! gal. 73c Oranges .. . lb. 7c fresh, cr sp northern toilet ARIZONA Lettuce .. lb. ljc Tissue 2 rolls 11c Lemons . . lb. 10c NO TOPS - . rio rita Arizona r- QWAft IK 7 r (27) Peaches 19c Grapefruit . lb. 6c Carrots ... lb. 7c Ne . c#n NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSETS FRESH K * IGHT , OQ Potatoes(b. bag 45c Beets or Turnips . . Asparagus 29c II pa NO* 2 v3H NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSETS lb. 7C GARDENSIDE * ! Potatoes., lb. 4y 2 c Q (21) Tomatoes 13c DIID 1L 07 Dates .... 49C No . Z/ 2 Can Dell reppers ID. Z/C g Oz. Package GARDENSIDE FLOUR COFFEE (12) Spinac \;. l6c ~ - risc airwav pC 19c • (5? BeTnl 13c Pancake 3J/ 2 -lb. 4% « Mb. _ No. 2 Can _ * .... , . 23c LIBBY’S WHOLE —lO Count Susanna pkg. Mm I W NOB HILL pkg. A*o#W /C \ D j. lo_ Aunt Jemima 40-oz. Mb. ( 5 ) Beets IZC Pancake pkg. 66 C EDWARDS jar 6vC COUNTRY HOME, Golden Bantam, Cream Style B A :r:r a 4 r 32c h, lls *64c ( i3 >. ■ N -■ c „ 13c ‘ ■ — COUNTRY HOME, Golden Bantam, Whole Kernel JULIA LEE WRIGHT SANDWICH „ 11 (13) Corn 15c Bread 12c No. 2 Can 24 Ounce Loaf DEW DROP JULIA LEE WRIGHT Enriched White (18) Peas 13c 0 j q No. 2 Can Dread oc gardenside 16 Ounce Loaf (18) Peas 12c JULIA LEE WRIGHT Wheat No. 2 Can Bread 12c sunsweet 24 Ounce Loaf ( 3 ) Prune Juice 26c WHITE ONLY * 32-Oz. Glass _ . CAMPBELL'S Bread 6c (4) Tomato Soup 9c 16 Ounce Loaf lOJ/g-Oz. Can . HI-HO GERBER’S Crackers 22c ( 3 ) Baby Food 3 cans 20c 16-Oz. Package 4J/2-Oz. Can —1 Point Per Can KfMtHor Mini- /. th€ ctoHos < Osborns Hosts Sunday Evening Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Osborn were hosts at a pot luck supper and evening of cards on Sunday. Those present w r ere Mr. and Mrs. Phil Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Will iam Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wing, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ray, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Kleinman, and Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Hardy of Florence. o Teen Age Boys And Girls Guests At Party Friday Over sixty young people were present at the Teen-Age Party at Coolidge Womans Club Friday night. Contest games and danc ing furnished the evening’s enter tainment. Mrs. M. M. Ware was chairman of the refreshment committee, as sisted by Mrs. Rodney Elsberry, Mrs. N. G. Murray and Mrs. C. J. Yates. Mrs. Wayne Hall was chairman of the entertainment committee, assisted by Mrs. C. L. Skousen and Mrs. Charles Reed, permanent chairman of teen-age activities. There will not be a teen-age party this week, due to the Junior play being given tonight at the high school and since Christmas Eve falls on the following Friday, club members have decided to hold the next teen-age party, the following Friday, which will be New Year’s Eve, December 31st. o Dinner And Cards At C. J. Wells A group of friends met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. 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