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T Sgt. Richard E. Shroyer la
back in the states after many
months service with the army
air forces in the Mediterranean
theater. He has been awarded
the Presidential Unit Citation
with Oak Leaf Cluster, good
conduct medal, ETO ribbon
with seven battle stars and the
AD ribbon. Shroyer was
flown to Miami, Florida, from
overseas by a Carribean divi
sion plane. In less than 24
hours he left by rail for Camp
Biandmg, Florida, from where
he will go to a separation oen
ter nearer home for discharge
from the service, or furlough
prior to reassignment. He ia
the son of Mrs. F. H. Mohnly.
Twelfth Birthday
Marked By Party
Tuesday Afternoon
Jo Anne Christensen, daughter of
Mr. and Mm. Bteve Christensen,
was hostess on her 12th birthday
at a lawn party at the Christensen
Ranch Tuesday afternoon. Outdoor
games furnished the afternoon's en
tentalnment and the traditional
birthday rake with candles com
pleted the party.
(iuests were: Mona Jo Lee, Betty
Taylor. Hetty Bob Waddle. Louise
Waddle. Floy Dell Abbott, llene
Kent. Jackie Cooper, Harold
Cooper. Bert 'Slater, Gordon Slater,
and Edward Layn.
•Mr and Mm. J. F. Mott and her
son. Wesley James, left Thursday
for Idaho Falls. Idaho, where they
plan to si»end the winter. The Motts
have rented their home on Byrd
Avenue to Mr. and Mra. Elmo Jen-
RThis week it is our pleasure to announce the enlarge-
Real Estate Brokerage business and from here on the firm name
We will continue to handle a g eneral line of insurance including 1
Life, Fire, Automobile, Airplane, Bonds and General Liability M
as in the past and in addition wi 11 conduct a general real estate jKjt'’:
business with attention paid to farm, ranch and city property. Imlo
Salesmen from this office are Harry Baker and Ed Stringer. a
isted a few of our selected real estate listings: Vf|flj
i 1 Lot—>s29so 2-20 ft- wells, fully equipped; 500 acres in & }
$ I,SOO.OO’ WiU Handle Reasonable Down Payment cotton. All cleared; 3 John Reere tractors
with equipment. $25,000.00; balance pay
3-Room Dwelling with Bath 5-Room Dwelling with Bath a bj e $5,000 per year. An obligation now
d 1 p° * «, c An L n * 3 ’ 950 on premises of $20,000 which can be as-
Reasonable Down Payment $1,500 Down Payment , umed . and NWI / 4> ls T9S , r 7E ,
9-Room Dwelling with Bath g4O Acres $5,760 Acres; N l /* of Sec. 35, 1120 Acres. All
160 Acres—s2o,ooo Reasonable Down Payment land is deeded-
Reasonable Down Payment
„ _ _ , n 70 Acres—slo,soo
5-Room Dwelling with Bath One-Fourth Down Payment
2 Lots—s4,soo c q. .• « f*
Reasonable Down Payment „ . _ . eo S * rv,ce Sta ‘>»“ “<* Gar »* e
4*Room Dwelling with 2 Bedroom, Grocery* 1 FuU * equipped with very de.ir.ble living
2 Lots $1,400 $5,000 Will Handle quarters furnished. Located at Picacßo
One-Fourth Payment or Cash Floy District Junction. $12,000. Terms to suit.
Loucks’ Real Estate & Insurance Agency
: r Global Air Service
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The first regular round-the-world air service hat been Inaugurated
ever route shown on map. Route Is from Washington to New York,
Bermuda, the Azores, Casablanca, Tripoli, Cairo, Iran, Karachi, Cal
cutta, I.ultang, China, Manila, Guam, Kwajalein, Honolulu, San Fran
cisco, Kansas City and Washington.
Mrs. W. L. Dlcus is a recent ar
rival in Coolldge from Rock Island,
ill., and has joined her husband,
who has been in charge of the Naz
arene Mission the past several
months. They are located in the
cottage in Wolaver Court on the
Dr. Claud R. Jackson, formerly of
Coolidge. has moved back from
i’hoenix this week and haa located
at the Moxley cabins, where he will
practice his profession.
The new building on West Coo
lldge Avenue, recently vacated by
Mandell and Harris, is being re
modeled and modernly equipped
and will be occupied by the Owl
Drug Company in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Nutt of
I’hoenix were visiting friends and
looking after business matters in
Coolidge Wednesday.
Contractor George A. Nowlin is*
making interior Improvements at
Bari’s Place on North Main Street
Cattle Inspector Bill Knight re-
ports that cattle are beginning to
move. This week Ciemans Cattle
Company shipped three cars of
cows to Tovrea Packing Company.
Also C. R. Freeman shipped 160
head to the same place.
Mrs. George Dempster left Sun
day for Sikeston. Mo., in response
to a telegram announcing the seri
ous illiitws of her father at that
place. A later telegram announced
his death last Monday.
Bill Dobson Is doing nicely after
an operation at the Florence Hos
pital Sunday when be bad a wen
removed from the back of bis head.
Mrs. Dan Dulln enjoys the dis
tinction of being the first flower
customer of the Shady Nook Nur
sery since its opening. She bought
a bouquet of beautiful roses, which
are displayed in the window of
Dan’s Case.
The Robles Packing plant north
of Coolidge has been completed and
i» ready for operation as soon as
power can be supplied from the
Out Os Service
Cpl. Mary E. Mount reoeived
an honorable discharge Friday
at Camp Beale/ California, from
the U. S. Army Air Corps. She
enlisted in January of 1943 and
at the conclusion of her train
ing was stationed at Marana
Army Air Field as a link train
er instructor. She remained at
the Arizona base throughout
her term of service. The former
WAC will visit friends in Cali
fornia a few days before re
turning home. She is the daugh
ter of Mra. Emmet Haas.
Diesel plant where they will get
their power. This parking plant
will be quite an asset for the Coo
lidge territory as they will pay the
best prices for cattle, hogs and
The Coolidge Womans Club will
have their president’s luncheon
Thursday. October 24. at the home
of Mrs. W. D. Johnson. Mrs.
Charles Prather, state president,
will be present; also Mrs. Rachael
McWhorter, president of the South
ern District. All are requested to
make reservations with Mesdames
Karl Fisher, Joe Sherill or W. D.
Johnson. The price is twenty-five
cents each.
The Western Cotton Products
Company. T. T. Terrill as manager,
have opened up a new gin. This
gin has not been operated since
1930 and was started two weeks ago
for the purpose of ginning long
staple cotton.
The Examiner family !b bo grate
ful to Hines Drug Company for a
set ’em up of generous packages of
different flavors of the different
flavors of the delicious ice cream
they manufacture in their store
here by the latest Improved equip
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2,393 veterans have already come
back to work for the Southern Pacific
We are justly proud of the 20,013 We believe that most of our re-
Southern Pacific men and women turning war veterans will want to
who joined the armed forces. come back with us. Already, of
Those who have been discharged, the 2,768 former Southern Pacific
we gladly welcome back to the people returned to civilian life,
Southern Pacific. 2,393 have come back to work
Our policy in re-employing vet- for their railroad,
erans is very simple. The South- These people know that South
ern Pacific Company wants its era Pacific’s war work did not end
family together again. with the surrender of Japan. Mil-
While these men and women lions of men from overseas must
were away, their seniority ad- still be returned to their homes,
vanced just as if they were here ....
on the job. Their continuity of That so many of our veterans
service has been maintained for came back to Southern Pacific
pension purposes. And Southern indicates a determination to finish
Pacific has arranged with the the job and a faith in our Corn-
Veterans Administration to par- pany’s future that makes me,
ticipate in a program of training personally, very proud of every
courses for our partially disabled one of them,
veterans. A. T. MERCIER, President
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