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employment Service -Maces 15 Veterans During September The United State* Kmployment bnnn* more than ten years »| experience into Its new a**ign i.ent of finding jobs for physirally isii'l'rappei veteran* of World War I. Short manager of the | SKS offne m Coolidge stated to !a> in announcing a total of fifteen »ia. • merits of veteran* through the era lie during the past month. IVnating out that the number of \ I an worker* who become han dicapped for jobs annually exceeded even the wartime military casual ties resulting in occupational dis tbility. Mr. Short said the t’SKS has developed special selection and placement technique* for matching worker* with the Jobs they are able to perform and in which their phy sical impairment Is not an impedi ment on the Job. "The employment service aims to •elect occupations to match the physical abilities of the applicant and to find Jobs which the handi capped person can perform despite the physical limitation. With th« USES given responsibility in all communities for assisting veterans to find suitable employment, the «- ly limit to our capacity for plac ing them will be* the limitations pi. iby those who have Jobs to offer." He invited all employers in Pinal county to file specifications of their job opportunities with the I'SEB office at t’oolidge. and to indicate a willingness to employ physically hand- apped workers when such worker- are qualified for the Job. Legion Party For Returned Service Men Big Success A stag part and buffet supper for returned Uoolidge service men riicn by American la»gion. William Itavid Hood post, at the legion hall Monday night was attended by ap proximately lid legionaires and guests. Many of the latter became members of \V illiam David Hood post during the evening Major William Borden of Hol brook. past department comman der. now on recruiting duty for the army, was guest speaker. Clayton Orth of Phoenix, department adju tant of child welfare, was among the prominent guests. A hearty welcome was accorded returned service men In the name of the (iost by I^onanl‘Spruell. com mander. Don Paul waa cha'rman o' the refreshment committee-, assisted by Ben Arnold and Tom Buck. Bar becued beef was the piece de re sistance. Delegates who will atte d the le gion convention in Phoenix October 11. 12 and IS. are: Ancil Taylor. Jimmy Urton. Carl Fleming. Martin Talla. C W Hitter. H H. Wrenn. W. R. Crton. Freeman Higgin botham and Spruell. Alternates are: M M. Ware. Carl Wiettng. Gerald Bryant. Scott llulcy. J R. Snider. lxMtis Craig and J. D. Goree. An athletic committee has been sos-med in the American Legion here for the purpose of playing football and later In the season, basketball. Wieting. returned veteran, has been named chairman. Any returner! service men. whether members of the legion or not. who wish to play with the legion teams are request ed to contact Wieting. tomV MBXfCO WAV Office of the Valley Bank $/ ,s Now ® peD,,,ln N °2 a,es > Arizona ~ To offer a better, broader service to our custo- V \#V mere both above and below the Mexican Border, WV'.J>y the Valley National Bank—having acquired the jßt \ Firet Natlonal °* Nogales, Arizona—estab- A \ lished its twenty-first office at this important Port Ten Year Old Son Os Jack Dooleys Called By Death Michael Oren I>ooley, 10. passed away at a Phoenix hospital Satur- j day night following a short illness. j His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dooley moved to Coolidge two weeks ago from Pasadena. Califor- j nia. They left Sunday night for J California with the body of their son. Interment will be in the family plot at Pasadena. Survivors are the boy’s parents, j a brother and sister, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dooley of Coolidge. his uncle and aunt. The Dooley brothers are partners In Dooley Cattle Company and Dooley Farm ing Company, with wide interests In New Mexico, which they are trans ferring to Casa Grande Valley. o Two Coolidge Boys Receive Scholarships At Arizona University TUCSON. Arix. Sept. 4—Two Coolidge residents, freshmen at the University of Arizona, have been swarded Sears Roebuck scholar ships In the College of Agriculture at the University according to In-j formation released by Dr. Russell W Cline, head of the department of agricultural education. William Datl Storle. winner of one of the scholarships, was presi dent of the student body and was! class treasurer for three years at \ his high school He has also been active in the Future Farmers of America organization. Storle, 18. has his own cotton crop, dairy cows, alfalfa and poultry. He Is helping to manage his parent’s 280 acre larrn while his two brothers are In service. The other Coolidge resident to win the scholarship. Jume* H Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dunn. Is a graduate of Florence high school. He has been very ac tive in agriculture and ha* much | experience with beef cattle, swine, and crops. He was also selected as the star state farmer. This 1* the highest award that may be bestow al on a member of the F.F.A. He was also a member of the 4-H Club. Both students were awarded the scholarship on the basis of their high school records and their in- j lention to remain In agriculture Th«y are both living In men's dor-' mctorle* at tb* University. CLEAN WHOLESOME FOOD Cooked to YOUR taste Come to TAG’S DRIVE INN Phone 240 On the Highway SEE US FOR SERVICE IN REAL ESTATE, RENTALS FIRE INSURANCE. BONDS. HOME LOAN'S. NOTARY WORK EXPERT ACCOUNTING HAVE SOME REAL BUYS IN NEW HOMES ARIZONA LAND & INVESTMENT CO. TELEPHONE No. \ J. J. JONES Simmons Home 0 , r LEROY SIMMONS Pfc. Leroy Simmons has re oeived his discharge from the army and is home to stay. He served mitny months with the air corps in the European the ater. Simmons is the son of Mrs. H. M. Moser and has made his home in Coolidge most of his life. During the invasion of France his squadron dropped the paratroopers “a small part, but it took them all to win.” He has a brother. Pvt. Raymond Simmons, in the serv ice. Lutheran Services At Womans Club Luthern services will be held every Sunday at 11:15 o'clock in the morning at Coolidge Woman’s Club, when the Reverend Karl F. Molken tin. of Casa Grande will he present to conduct the service. The public is invited by the pas tor to attend. COLD WAVE mi HOME KIT ounce* of Salon tv p« /* .jj •olutaon with Kurlimm. 60 Curler*. 60 end C**T »..> fittuci. MM »pp!i- ’ entor. oeuirel.jcr end Te*#f t«/v £ to 3 complete loKructioov Hovrt it Horn# Hines Drug A Sprouse-Reitx C<L THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Howard Pyle To Be Guest Speaker Desert Womans Club Howard Pyle, widely known radio commentator and traveler, will be guest speaker at the Desert Wom ans Club Friday afternoon. October 19. at 2:15. when the club will be host to valley clubs for this out standing program. Mrs. Josephine Borree is program chairman for the occasion. The meeting, which will be held In the clubhouse southeast of Coolidge. will be followed by tea. Since PjJe’s recent return from a 35,000 mile trip in the South Pacific, where he interviewed Ari zona servicemen, among them sev eral from Coolidge and vicinity, members of the Desert Club feel that his talk will be anticipated with such keen interest that it was decided to make the occasion open to the public. All who are in terested in hearing Pyle's account of his experiences are cordially in vited by_ the president, Mrs. Steve Christensen, to attend. The club’s regular meeting will be held at its club house Friday. October 12. at 2 o’clock in the aft ernoon. Important business is scheduled to come before the group and all members are urged by the president to attend. SJOIN The Crowd I-or A Good Time At The 21 CLUB IN COOLIDGE Full Line of Finest Liquors Also Your Favorite Beer Earl McEuen Billiards Jictober sth • 15th is Nationally Advertised Brands Week nd you’ll find all the delicious foods you hear about over the <m \ ir and read about in leading magazines and newspapers sea- \ ired at Safeway. Glance over the lists of well known auality | Tfcjy . xxls in this ad. Check your favorites ... the brands you now and like . . . then buy all you want, for you’ll be de- ;V> Jg3|| ghted with what you save when you stock up at Safeway. jPf GOLD MEDAL Baridiad Flow UL »-H>. (I M LIBBY’S GARDEN PEAS fl C- K Ym 10-lb. Bag »0C Bog No. 2Cm - lOC Eg SWANSDOWN. Cake Floor OS. LIBBY’S gl BUj CALUMET. Bakiag Powder IQ* GERBER’S 4 OAo G* SB CAKE FLOUR, Softaallk Me PALMOLIVE, Q Cakes Oft* tjl AUNT JEMIMA. Pancake Floor SfL OLD DUTCH Q Cans IE A J§ KELLOGG’S PEP fl* LIGHT BULBS, G.E, huride Froated, II - £2 £3 8-o*. Pkg W 9 04-Watt, Back ■■ C 1 s RR D CAN COFFEE 99m SCHILLING'S VANILLA EXTRACT fl7* djjj Ha l-n>. Jar • - - 4-oa. Bottle jg S 3 T IPTON'S BLACK TRA KABO SYRUP, Blue Label OJ* B EE Sh*. Pkg ® 1 ® 5-Rl Jar •■ C *§£ &L LIBBY’S TOMATO JUICE lie CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK lA* fl ® No. 2 Con : ■■« 14%-o«. Cm "WC , L 8 Enter Mrs. Wright’s BREAD | I & i 12c I t b - 12c ij isin L f 10c 10-lb. rij_ 25-Ih. oi «os CHERUB M 14'/ 2 -oz. I Bag D2C - HOWDY, Peanut Butter AIRWAY COFFEE .. . Richly Mellow! Satiafyiogl |OQ NOB jH ILL COFFEE ... A Luxury Blend 23C EDWARDS COFFEE ... For thooe who waat the best AA ee j wA it ■ a kill CANTERBURY, Orange Pekoe Tts |A BOASTS OR CHOPS, Rib BfU 8-ox. Pkg 480 LA "HIC ROASTS OR CHOPS, Loin ggg shoulder chops VALENCIA ORANGES 32c Golden Ripe—Juice Laden Grade "A" BEEF APPLES CABBAGE GRAPES LETTUCE “2* LIMES CARROTS SIRLOIN STEAK JQa SQUASH POTATOES * torr lard in bulk lg^ TOMATOES PEARS 38c CELERY BELL PEPPERS frankfurters, sumea, and other seasonal items 36c Hayden McDowell Called By Death On Saturday Night i Hayden McDowell. 55, manager of Ryan-Kyans Drug Company, Casa Grande, passed away Saturday night at Florence Hospital as the result of a lingering illness. He was ' horn December 3. 1889, at Thayer, Missouri, and came to Arizona from St. Louis two years ago for his health. He is a veteran of World War I and had been awarded citations from General Pershing. President Wilson, and a French citation from BEFORE YOU BUILD See me for a complete estimat W.C. Ashley Licensed Building Contractor West Byrd Ave. Box 957 Coolidge Focbe, the Croix De Guerre, and the Purple Heart. His body lay in state from eight to nine o'clock Tuesday night in the chapel of Cole and Maud Mortuary, Coolidge, and was sent the following day to St. Louis for internment in the family plot. The deceased is survived by his widow. Helen; a brother, Henry E. McDowell of'St. Louis, and an aunt. Featuring SATURDAY SPECIAL SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN AND HOT ROLLS Dallas Coffee Shop COOLIDGE. ARIZONA Sudan Grass, Higera and Milo Maize FEEDS for POULTRY, LIVESTOCK SWINE, SHEEP and PIGEONS W« Will Get You FERTILIZER to Moat Your Needs • • • CUSTOM THRESHING • • • The ALFALFA MILL CASA GRANDE BILL RUGG, Manager TELEPHONE 194 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 Mrs. R. L. Rupkey of Coolidge Dam. Mrs. McDowell ami Mrs. Rup key accompanied the body to St. Louis. o •Mrs. Abbie Adkins and daughter. Miss Rosa Lee Adkins, spent Wed nesday in Tucson on business. • Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Knight re turned Wednesday from Lake Ar rowhead. California, where they spent three weeks.