• Miss Mary O’Brien will leave
tomorrow for Los Angeles to attend
a general meeting of USO direc
tors. She plans to be on the coast
about three days.
• Mrs. Rose Roberts returned on
Wednesday from Douglas where
she spent several days visiting her
son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louie
Flats, round, bars and
strip steel, steel fence
posts, angle iron, I-H
If your tractor needs new
lugs we can put them on.
Allow ten days for us to
receive delivery of grip
We will have a shipment
of 16” fan blades in July.
Cooler blowers can be fur
nished with priority.
I am happy to announce
that my brother, Earl
White, is back at the old
TANKS, FARM EQUIP
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— the only tires backed by three “extra" years of synthetic
rubber experience. All popular sizes in stock at these
NEW LOW PRICES
4.40/4.50-21 $12.00 6.00-16 $16.05
4.75/5.00-19 12.05 6.25/6.50-16 19.50
5.25/5.50-18 13.45 7.00-15 21.55
5.25/5.50-17 14.75 7.00-16 22.10
Let Us Inspect Your Tires and Help You Apply for a Ration Certificate
Coolidge Auto Supply
Arizona Blvd. J. C. JAYNE Phone 47
Hoopers Celebrate Golden Wedding
Anniversary On Coast With Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hooper returned Saturday from South Gate.
California, where they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary
with members of their immediate family. The anniversary dinner was
held at the home of their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard R. Fisher.
Gathered for the occasion were
a daughter, Mrs. Anton Runbeck,
and granddaughter, Miss Jane Run
beck of Aberdeen, South Dakota;
a son, 0. M. Hooper, and his wife
and son Bill, of Phoenix, Arizona;
a brother, Henry Buhse and his
wife, of Altadena, California; the
host and hostess and their son
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and a smart way to be thrifty.
Full line of paints, varnishes, lac
quers, brushes ... to help bright
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and Suppy Co.
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Cool idge Phone 20
In the afternoon prior to dinner
motion pictures of the couple and
their family were taken.
Flora L. Buhse and Charles
Hooper were united in ceremonies
read in Minneapolis, Minnesota,
June 27, 1894. The first years of
their married life were spent In
Wisconsin and South Dakota where
they were editors and publishers of
THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER
Co-hosts At Vah-Ki
Swim Party, Picnic
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hanna and
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Clark were
co-hosts for a picnic and swim
ming party at Var-Ki Inn on Sun
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Clark and sons of Sonoita, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Pottebaum and
sons of Gila Bend, Mrs. Ernest
Clark of Marana, Miss Claudene
Smith of Casa Grande, Miss Beryle
Pottebaum of Phoenix, Flight In
structor Edgar Matson, Phoenix,
Sherman Pottebaum, Casa Grande,
and the A. M. Clark children.
Rev. Rot* to Read Special Letter
An open message to the churches
of America, a special letter point
ing out the challenge they face to
day as they plan for the post-war
period, will be presented by Rev.
Ross in the Sunday morning serv
ice this Sunday at Coolidge Meth
The letter is entitled “Before the
Men March Home,” and is written
by Bernard Iddings Bell. This let
ter bears a message for all who
are interested in the church.
• Hans Christensen returned from
Prescott Friday where he has been
the past week because of his
newspapers In those states. The
Hoopers are long time Coolidge
residents and were editers and
publishers of the Coolidge Exam
iner for eight years. They are now
engaged In the printing business.
They were on the coast a month,
during which time they visited rela
tives and friends.
LOST —• Silver paratroop wings.
Liberal reward. Ruth Pettit,
Phone 23-R3. J2l-2tp
FOUND—Money. Owner may re
deem by specifying amount, what
form of money, approximately
where lost, and paying for this
ad. A. E. Anderson, Sea Lane
Hotel, phone 242. j2I-ltp
WANTED —Portable typewriter In
good condition. C. G. Weinhold,
phone 392-R3. J2l-ltc
WANT JANITOR for Coolidge
North Elementary School. Apply
between 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. at
superintendent’s office, North
FOR SALE —Five-room house, fur
nished or unfurnished, northwest
corner of Coolidge and Florence
avenues. Going to sell before I
return to California. Ted Moore,
general delivery, Coolidge.
FOR SALE —Dodge ’37 sedan, ex
tra good ’ tires, good condition;
two family cows. See me at
highway camp. W. W. Golston.
FOR SALE —Remington portable
typewriter, A-l condition. Mrs.
Roy Wing, Box 323, Coolidge.
FOR SALE—I6O acres, good house.
Lot of young shade, natural gas,
commercial and domestic. 26
acres alfalfa, 60 acres under hog
fence. Small well, gas pumping
plant. Good soil. 625 per acre.
Electricity at corner place. Pick
up or car part payment. Five
miles west, 1% mile north, %
mile east of the 11 Mile Corner,
Coolldge-Casa Grande highway.
FOR SALE Thompson seedless
grapes, 15c per lb. small quanti
ties; 12c larger quantities. 11
Mile Corner. Phone 107-J4. E.
G. Nousch. j2l-ltc
FOR RENT—Furnished, air-cooled
modern apartment on Pima Ave.
T. J, Rowe, Sr. Phone 241, or
call at Sunset Case. J2l-ltp
FOR SALE—I DC Case tractor and
four-row cultivator, 61.200 caah.
See Diwan Singh. Phone Caaa
Grande 72-J3. J7-3tp
47% ACRES under San Carlos pro
ject, now In cotton; 67 acrea
desert land fenced, with drilled
well. J. F. Ell edge, N. Main St.
REAL ESTATE LOAN*— 6% Long
Term Loam on Improved Farm
Property. S. C. L IX or Pump
Water. See O. M. Betterton, 791
Center St, Caaa Grande. Tel.
356-J3. ISmarStp - tfe
for a* little aa
No Down Payment Required
O’MALLEY LUMBER CO.
WORK WANTED —Housework or
care of children for room and
board (home) for myself and
husband. Mrs. Bruce Ogden,
Culver, Indiana. j2l-ltp
Home On Furlough
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Pfc. Sen Y. Ong, known to cus
tomer* of Geo. Y. Wah as “Sam
my", is here on furlough after
returning from the Southwest
Pacific where he served on a hos
pital ship. Before going over
seas Sammy was stationed at a
base hospital in San Francisco,
from where he made trips east
on a special hospital train evac
uating patients from the port to
various inland hospitals. He has
been in the service about two
Valley Bank FHA
Loans Now Pass
21 Million Mark
More than 21 million dollars
worth of loans have been made to
Arizonans by the FHA department
of the Valley National Bank, Wal
ter R. Bimson, president, reported
in a summary of the bank’s FHA
operations on the tenth anniver
sary of the Federal Housing Act.
“Arizona has an outstanding rec
ord of building and improvement
under FHA,” Bimson stated. “Much
credit is due Arizona’s FHA direc
tor, Robert Barrett, whose efforts
during the ten year existence of
the Federal Housing Administra
tion have borne fruit in advancing
Arizona housing conditions," he
During the ten year period, the
Valley National Bank has made
18,500 Title I FHA loans totaling
more than 58,100,000 for repairs,
improvements and modernization,
Bimson reported. The bank also
made 2,786 FHA Title II mortgage
loans totaling $10,500,000. Os these,
more than one-half were made to
build new homes, the balance to
refinance old type mortgages.
Title VI FHA defense housing
loans made by the Valley National
Bank amounted to $2,886,000 to
build approximately 770 homes for
“The most outstanding thing to
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS...
“I don’t blame the tellows overseas *Oi
genin' all het up over it, Judge. For the
likes of me I can’t see what’s all the hurry
about holdin’ these local prohibition elec
tions while they’re away.”
“I agree with you, Steve. Time alter
time...in their letters, in articles, in polls
taken to get the views of our fighting men...
they have indicated in unmistakable terms
that they don t want any action taken on
us about our FHA mortgage fi
nancing,” said Bimson in conclud
ing his report, “is the fact that we
have had only three unsatisfactory
loans out of the entire 2,785 mort
gage loans we have made. During
the past four years not a single
loan has been unsatisfactory. This
remarkable record speaks well for
the basic principles of FHA financ
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cunningham
became the parents of a baby
daughter on Saturday, July 15th.
She was born at Coolidge hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Manus be
came the parents of a baby daugh
ter on Wednesday, July 19th. She
weighed eight pounds and was born
at Coolidge hospital.
• Mrs. C. C. Bowen returned Mon
day from a two-week vacation
spent visiting relatives and friends
in Texas and Oklahoma.
The O'Malley Lumber Co.
Lumber now available
And ... we have in stock 50,000 feet; of
rough white pine in 1-inch and 2-inch
dimensions in all lengths.
[lf this lumber is used in new construction—total
cost of new construction canifot exceed $200.00.]
• HOT WATER HEATERS
• WALL BOARDS
• SHEET ROCK
• SQUARE DEAL BOARD
• KUVER KRACK BOARD
• PITTSBURGH PAINTS
The O’Malley Lumber Co.
COOLIDGE PHONE 37
prohibition, eitner .ocal or national until
they get back.
“Too bad there isn’t a law or somethin’
to be sure their wishes are carried out,
“There is in one state I know of, Steve.
Just recently it passed a law prohibiting
the calling of any prohibition election until
a year after the peace is declared.”
“That really makes sense to me, Judge.”
Thu •famtiumtnl tporuortd by Conftrtnet oj Altokolit Bnttat* Industrut. Jut,
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1944
• Miss Velma Troutt left Tuesday
for Compton, California, to visit
her sister, Mrs. John Sellers and
We Service Shoes
While You Wait
Don’t wear run-down heels
when it takes but a few
minutes to affix new ones.
Stop in and have it done
Main St. Coolidge Ariz.
Buy that War Bond NOW!
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