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Youth Group Elects Officers Saturday Vance Taylor was elected moder-j i• <>r .f th«- Youth Fellowship of ( —— •"dance i Sponsored By The ■ ■ JUNIOR WOMANS CLUB | SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 ! B 8:30 P. M. | THE OFFICERS CLUB ■ COOLDGE ARMY AIR FIELD | I * PAPAGO PARK ORCHESTRA ■ ; I REFRESHMENTS ) Admission $2.00 | I Sl\Pp\NG TlßEsl I j BfFORE SLIPPERY WEATHER SETS IN I fijl Goodyear Extra-Mileage Recapping gives slick tires / signs for quick, sale, stop and* of extra miles. j|| 20 PERSONS WERE KILLED In Automobile Accident* in Ariona Last Week i Passenger Car Tire Inventories Are The Lowest In History Tire Rationing Will Not Be Lifted Until Late Next Year HAVE YOUR TIRES RECAPPED Before It Is Too Late ★ ★ SUPPORT THE VICTORY WAR LOAN APPEL & SONS Coolidge Avenue Phone 63 ■ (JustTwltA Corner 3rd & Pima Avenue II H Coolidge, Arizona i® The Friendly Loving Church with a Saviour WELCOMES YOU Every Sunday Morning at 10 o'clock CLASSES FOR ALL AGES James Wilson, Supt. R. A. Noakes, Pastor Dead Stock Daily Pickup Service Material Vitally Needed for Peacetime Products PICKUP FREE OF CHARGE Telephone Collect on Any Calls PHOENIX 4-6810 or TEMPE 805 Maricopa Tallow Works TEMPE, ARIZONA Household Fats will be picked up Daily from local grocers. r— — ■—•-- - Community Presbyterian Church at a meeting of the group Saturday evening. Other officers elected were: Helen Anderson. vice-moderator; John Knight, clerk, and Caroline Alexander, treasurer. The new officers will meet Sun day afternoon at the parsonage to make plans for future activities and fneetings. The new moderator will lead the meeting Sunday on the subject "God and Silence." Want Ads FOR HIKE I l * ton G M.C. truck. 7x7 xl4 stake body. Box 41. Coolidge 026-ltp UNSET Hi LL BBRVK tv *3 uo at ranch; $5.00 dehveied. Daisy Os rj Phone *B4 F2-tfe WANT reliable woman to take care of two small children, full time. Good pay. Call 192-J4 026-lp. RE-ROOF REPAIR OR REPAINT YOUR HOME for as Httls as $8.17 Monthly No Down Payment Required O’MALLEY LUMBER CO. Cocltdge, Arizona 6/23-12/31 FOB SALE —Three folding steel cots, 1 boys pre-war Elgin bi cycle. Coolidge Hotel. 026-ltc AN ARIZONA Company distributing wholesale a splendid line of ra dios, (In this ease U. S. Tele vision), washing machines, deep freeie units, domestic and com mercial refrigerators, kitchen cabinets, vacuum cleaners, stoves, and electrical appliances wishes reliable dealer representation In Coolidge. Caaa Grande and Flor ence. Write 10 North Second Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. FOR SALE —Vacuum cleaner and large Snap-On red tool box. Wm. C. Marshall. Walton Ave. Box 364. 026-ltp FOR SALE— Auto Court. 1 block from high school 4 cabins, hot and cold water. Bhowers. Room for more cabins or bouse. See Mrs. W C. Ashley. Byrd Avenue. 026-tfc FOR LEASE—34S acres north east of Coolidge. lots of water. Owner dealres to operate cat tle ranch on shares. Imme diate possession. FOR LEASE —160 acres, cash rent, gravity water paid by owner. House, domestic water, electricity. 12,400 per year. FOR SALE Two lots on Coo- Udge Avenue Iblocks from 'highway. $1,200. FOR SALE—4O acres of desert land 8 miles south of Coo lidge on 87 Highway. $750. FOR SALE-160 acres with 120 acres of alfalfa, 40 acres in barley, gravity water. SIO,OOO down. ARIZONA LAND and INVESTMENT COMPANY | ft’s Planting j I Time for «* ? * 8 ALFALFA SEED • s l BARLEY SEED OATS SEED | ! SOUR CLOVER We Have Them In Stock 8★ ★ j I See Us For | Pipe .. Well Casing I Domestic Water Systems The War Is Won But Not Paid For ; BUY WAR BONDS ! | Capital Fuel, Feed j l & Seed Company I 8 § * Phone 8 Coolidge, Arizona jj THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Visiting Home (A ' CHARLES WALLACE Lt. Charles Wallace, Mrs. Wal- Isoe and their son arrived In Coolidge this week from Illinois to visit the lieutenant's par ent's, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wal lace and family. The lieuten ant has recently returned to the ststes after many months eervioe In the European thea ter. He has made his home In Coolidge since boyhood. A fam ily reunion will be held in hie honor. WANTED TO KENT—Two bed room house. Joe Tucker at Bashas'. 026-ltc For SALE—23I ACRERANCH in cotton and alfalfa three miles west of Coolidge. slls an acre. $15,000 cash. Electric pump, seven room house with two baths, two tenant houses and garage. Splendidly located In heart of agricultural, grating and dairy district. Being sold by heirs, closing of estate. Mac Rae Ranch phone Coolidge 116-R4 between 12 and 1 p. m., or after 5 p. m DH-019-31 NOW AVAILABLE 7.7 for delivery . . . Cement Building Block Made to pass ridged FHA Inspection Washed Sand and Crushed Rock COOLIDGE SAND & ROCK COMPANY Coolidge-Florence Hiway Phone 183-J2 019-t-c FOR SALE Four-room near corner of Harding and Wilson Avenues. J L, Ktlia. 026-ltc FOR SALK I,arge oil burner heat er. Call 292. 019-2tp For SALE acre trai ts and lots. See J. J. Wallace. Phone 284. 026-tfe FOR SALE—Three 2-year-old cows. George H. Brewer. Phone 176-J2. 026-ltdh REAL ESTATE LoAN»-«% Long Term Loans on Improved Farm !*roperty. 8. C. L D. or Pump Water. See C. M Betterton. 791 Center BL. Caaa Grande, Tal. *36 J 3. llmarltn - tfc Rev. K&mphuis To Be Installed Community Church Monday Nite The Reverend Joseph Kumphuis will be officially installed as pastor of Community Presbyterian Church on Monday evening. October 29th. A special program has been ar ranged with the Rev. *S. B. Hannah Finance through the Valley Bank Insure through Your Own Agent "* When you buy your next cor—whether it's new or used —for all-around satisfaction and economy, finance it under the low-cost Valley National Auto mobile Finance Plan. • This thrifty plan eliminates all brokerage fees, bonuses, confiscation and conversion charges, and ' extras" of every kind. What's more, it gives you an opportunity as only bank financing can to build personal "bank credit." which will stand you in good stead when you want to make future credit purchases. Bank financing also permits you to place your automobile insurance with your own agent, who, as your friend and counselor, will arrange for com plete coverage that fully proteots YOU. j^U£YNATIONALBANO^g^yy 0? ' ' GREYHOUND BUSES ROLL AGAIN! i Regular Service now rostered throughout the entire system ; - -/ i I r. We are sorry that you have been inconvenienced at a \ [ time when transportation was so vital and necessary, and we appreciate your patience and understanding. Now we can go ahead with the further improve ments in our service that were originally planned to go into effect October \s—faster, more frequent and convenient schedules at new low fares to many points. As our buses roll again, you can look ahead to Greyhound to provide the people of this community , with the finest in bus travel at the lowest farts. Greyhound’s improved service is now available \ for your Fall trips. See your local Greyhound agent y for complete travel information, and for special - charter bus service. PACIFIC GREYHOUND LINES SERVINO YOUR COMMUNITY WITH CONVENIENT DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION 0 of Florence presiding. He will also give the message of' the evening. The Reverend Claude L. Morton, of Phoenix, sunday school mission ary, will give the charge to the i congregation and the Reverend Earl Ward, former pastor of Community i Church, will give the charge to the pastor. There will be special music under the direction of Mrs. i R. W. Taylor. Other Presbyterian FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1945 ministers of the Btate will partici pate in the installation service. Preceedlng this service the .on gregation will hold a pot-luck . up per In Community recreation hall. o • Mrs. Phil Neeae and daughters, Sandra and Nedra, of Miami, are visiting Mrs. Neese’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Skrla. They will be here about a week.