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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5
Auxiliary Hears How Coolidge Can Aid Returning Veterans Coolidge legion Auxiliary heard a talk on "How Coolidge and Com munity Can Aid Returning Veter an* ' at a meeting of the group Monday night In the Woman's Club. It »»« pointed out by the speaker, II II Wrenn. how auch an organi zation «ouhi be started by Legion ait»s. among whom there are mem ber* here from practically every business and professional line In which returning veterans might need assistance. "I would suggest that this Auxil iary together with a committee from the American Legion plan the selection of men qualified to give competent council In the cate gories I have Just mentioned." the speaker said. "The group could well be comprised of nine men such as. a lawyer, real estate operator, life insurance salesman, farmer, building contractor, banker, the post service officer and two busi ness men. Each returning veteran could be advised that these men -tand ready at all times to aid In the solution of the veteran's prob lems without cost or obligation. That would be really doinfc some thing for the veteran.” Scout Troop To Meet On Monday There will be a meeting of Coo lidge Hoy Scout Troop. No. 85. at Community Presbyterian Church at 6:30 o'clock. The Reverend Joseph Kamphuis has accepted leadership of the recently organ ized troop The evening's program included two solos by Gloria Kenworthy ac companied at the piano by Nadine McCleery. Mrs. Mabelle Taylor was program chairman. Three new members were initiat ed during the evening. They were: Mrs. Kate Morris Gillespie, Mrs. Freida Williams and Mrs. Sally Brisbage Arynouncement was made that the Auxiliary's rummage sale bold Sat urday cleared |ll3 for the organiza tion. Mrs. Edith Hamilton, president, presided at the business meeting. Refreshment chairmen for the eve ning were Mrs. Helen Spruell and Mrs. Leona Barrington. The Auxiliary's next meeting will be held on Monday. November 5. o • K M and R F. Urton. brothers, left Thursday for Idaho on a business trip They expect to be there about ten days. FOOD HIGHLIGHTS Will Be The Outstanding Feature At THE OPENING OF COMPTON’S MARKET COOLIDGE AVENUE Today and Tomorrow - Oct 5-6 In Addition There Will Be A Big Surprise For Lucky Customers Friday, Saturday Evenings 8 p. m. When there will be Prizes Given Away Large . Including Beautiful Hand-Painted Pictures Desk Lamps THE PUBLIC Is Invited To Inspect This Modern New Market Owners and Operators Dewey Compton, Jr. Harry L. Compton Jack C. Compton Presbyterians Will Observes World-Wide Communion Sunday World-wide Communion will be observed in Community Presbyter ian Church Sunday. October 7. This will be Rev. Joseph Kaiflphuls' first communion with his congregation. Special music for the service will be provided by a trio comprised of Mrs R. W. Taylor. Mrs. Gladys Roche Phillips and Mis Margaret Kochenderfer. who will sing "When 1 Survey the Wonderous Cross.” Sermon topic for the day will be. "That They May Be One.” There will be a meeting of the Youth Fellowship at 7:30 in the evening. o •Lt and Mrs. Stone. Coolidge Army Air Field, haye rented a house on 3rd Street from Hulen Fennell They purchased the fur niture belonging to the former oc cupant. Mrs. Nettie Turney, who has moved to the Chapman home. Mrs Stone and young son arrived here Saturday from New Mexico to Join the lieutenant. • Mrs H B Chapman and (laugh ter. Judy, were here from Flag staff over the weekend. Janie Chapman returned to Flagstaff with them. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER • Mrs. V. R. Sheller and niece, Mrs. Patricia Sears, of i/os Angeles and Bakersfield respectively, left Mon day for their homes at the conclu sion of several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sheller. The group spent Sunday in Nogales visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Olney and daughter. Patty, former Coolidge residents. Mrs. F. R. Sheller is Harry Shelter's sister-in-law. NOTICE OF BULK SALE NOTIVE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1. James T. Gideon, doing busi ness under the name and style of Coolidge Oil Company, on Ixjst 20, 21 and 22 of Block 2, Seagoe's Third Addition of Townslte of Coolidge. Pinal County, Arizona intend to sell to Signal Oil Com pany. a corporation, authorized to transact business in the State of Arizona, all of the above-mentioned real estate together will all tanks, buildings and fixtures, whatsoever, located on said property, together with the Service Station located thereon and the good-will of the business, and all tools and equip ment of oils, gases, greases and other merchandise located on said premises, on the day of October 6th, 1945 at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day, said sale to be consumated on said premises, the consideration or price to be paid at the time and place of sale. Dated: September 19th, 1945. COOLIDGE OH. COMPANY, By James T. Gideon. State of Arizona. County of Pinal, ss. Natural Gas Service Company Cook, Heat and Freeze WITH GAS Head Office COOLIDGE, ARIZONA Casa Grande, Coolidge, Florence, Superior, Clifton, Morenci This instrument was acknowl edged before me this 19th day of September. 1945 by James T. Gideon, doing business under the name and style of Coolidge OH Company. Page Three B. G. LETZRINO, Notary Public My commission expires July 15,1949 Executed in triplicate. Ist publication Sept. 21. 1945. Last publication Oct. 8, 1945.