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Friday. April 5. 1946
Spring Formal Is
Slated For District
Teenagers, Coolidge
Coolidge Womans Club Is spon
soring a Spring Formal dance for
high school teenagers at Coolidge
Womans clubhouse on Saturday.
April 13. at 8 o'clock. A cordial in- j
vitatlon la issued by those in
charge for all Florence and Casa
Grande high school teenagers to
attend.
Music will be furnished by Flor
ence Union High School orchestra
under the direction of Garland
Hampton, music director.
Mrs. Roger Gates Is general
chairman. Mr. and Mrs. W%yne
Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pond
will be hosts for the evening. There
will be an admission charge of 25
cents.
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Coolidge Eastern
Stars Attend Grand
Chapter at Tucson
A large group from Ocotillo
Chapter. Order of the Eastern Star,
will be present at the Grand Chap
ter meeting of OKS of Arizona,
now being held at Tucson. The
meeting began Wednesday and is
scheduled to close tonight.
Among those attending from here
are: Mrs. Myrtle Jones. Mrs. Sue
Steward. Mrs A. D _Tyler. Mrs
J. M. Hines. Mrs. George Truitt.
Mrs W H Farnsworth. Mrs Tres
ban Roberts. Mrs Dalton Cole. Mrs.
Alice Nousch. Mrs. Ixmtse McFar
land. Mrs Alice Morris. Mrs. Kdith
Hamilton. Mrs. Honey Hamby and
C. F Hamilton.
HARTFORD
sad C*«p*»y
INSURANCE
LOUCKS
INSURANCE AGENCY
COOLIDGE
Bashas’
COOLIDGE, ELOY, SANTAN, OCOTILLA
CHANDLER, MESA, PHOENIX
BASHA’S SELL FOR LESS
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL sth and 6th
PETER PAN
VTJTt Ami 5 Peanut Butter
liVlyj' ITS 12-Oz. Jar J
LETTUCE Q c fresh country
Head .... • EGGS OCc
Dozen vw
TOMATOES 90c
(Celophane), Lb. CAMPBELL’S
Tomato Soup 9TF C
All Kind* 3 Cans Mmm
APPLES 28 C
PEAS iyc
AVOCADOS 25 c No ' 2C “
— BEER - WINE
PUREX lEc LIQUORS
Quart Iw _
kraut occ
PlJiTtn
Del Monte—Whole Kernel
CORN 14c
12-Ox. Can I ■ pork
SAUSAGE OO c
LIBBY’S Pound j
Tomato Juice Shoulder Round or No. 7
46 Ounce. STEAK. 97c
Pound Mm M
Black & White
Apple Butter chuck
No. 2 dW ROAST 97c
Pound Mmm
KRISPY
Crackers ?Cc BEEF STEW "IQc
2-Lb. Box— Pound IO
i
VAN CAMPS PORK
Pork & Beans 97c STEAK
12-Oz. Can—3 for Mml Pound <mMm
Jr. Woman* Club
Holds Business,
Social Meeting
The Junior Womans Club met at |
the home of Mrs. Lacey Lynch
Monday night. Mr*. Edgar Perbam
was co-hostess.
Mrs. Wayne Hall, member of
Coolidge Womans Club, was chosen j
sponsor of the Junior club to suc
ceed Mrs. C. L. Skousen. who re
signed because of other duties. Mrs
Skousen has been sponsor of the
Junior club for several years.
Plans were discussed for the in
stallation banquet, which will be
heid on May 6 Mrs. William Mc-
Connell, general chairman, appoint
ed as co-chairmen Mrs. Freeman
H'gginbotham. Mrs. Perham. Mrs.
I>. B. Burns, and Mrs. Roy Bla
hosky.
At the conclusion of the business
meeting cards furnished the even
ing's entertainment.
The club’s next meeting will be ;
held April 15. at the home of Mrs.
0. 11. Walker.
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Dinner Marks
Two Wedding
Anniversaries
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Cole were
hosts Saturday evening for a fam
ily dinner marking their wedding
anniversary and that of Mr. and
Mrs O. H. Maud of Casa Grande
Mrs. Maud Is Mrs. Cole's twin sis
ter. •
Others present were: Mr. and
Mrs Roy Ix>ckhart of Coolidge and j
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foster of Casa
Grande. The occasion also marked
the return and discharge of Foster
after many months service with
the navy. Mrs. Foster Is the for
mer Dorothy May Maud.
Makes Official Visit
D. K Findley of Safford; grand
master of Arizona Odd Fellows,
made his official visit to Coolidge
Odd Fellow* Tuesday night at a
meeting held in Masonic Temple.
The first degree was conferred on
two candidates.
Nile Club Meets
Pinal County Club of Daughters
of the Nile met at the home of
Mrs. Dalton Cole Thursday for an
evening of cards and other games.
Mrs. George Dell is president of
the group.
Legion Auxiliary
To Elect Officers
Election of officers will be held
| by Coolidge legion Auxiliary. April
i at Coolidge Legion Hall. All
members are urged by Mrs. Edith
Hamilton, president, to be present j
! at this meeting.
Re-Cataloguing Os
Womans Club Library
Recently Completed
Re-cataloguing of Coolidge Wom
ans Club library has recently been
completed, according to announce
ment of Mrs. A L. Nowell, chair
man of the library board. New
books are being received each
month, among which are histori
cal novels, autoblographys and
mystery stories A number of books
in a special Arizona literature de
partment. Include both history and I
fiction. These will be of especial j
interest to newcomers. Mrs. Now
ell believes.
There has been a substantial In
crease in library circulation during
the past several months, it was
stated. Library hours are from 7
to 8 o'clock each Monday evening
and from 2 to 4 o'clock on club
days, which are the second and
fourth Thursdays of each month.
Members of the library board are
Mrs. Charles Reed. Mrs. Jack Pond.
Mrs. W. C Pew. Mrs. Clark Wells,
and Mrs. Karl Fisher.
Assessment Levied
On Water Users
In North Coolidge
All w ater users In North Coolidge
have b«M‘n assessed five dollars for
each lot. according tp announce
ment of Jacob (’hesley, president
The levy must be paid to the pres
ident before water goes on the lot.
All obstructions placed In ditches
must be removed and each person
taking water must clean the jiiteh
across his lot. Chesley said.
OUR^VMGN
tSeiSfce
YOUNG A. (RED) VEAZEY is
still at Pearl Harbor, after his re
turn from Japan, according to a let
ter received this week by his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs, Young Veazey.
It has been over a month since he's
had a letter from home. Veazey
says, "but a fellow can't expect to
get mail w hen he's moving around.”
The LST on which Veazey |* serv
ing is scheduled to take part In the
NOTICE OF SALE IN BULK
Notice is hereby given that the i
i undersigned, Andrew J. Dunaway,
j Intends to and will sell, assign.
i convey, and deliver to W. J. Brad
: hern*, all the stock, merchandise,
fixtures, equipment, building and
good will belonging to, and appur
tenant to, the retail grocery busi
nes known as “Hi-Scbool Grocery.”
located in Coolidge, Pinal County,
Arizona, on March 20. 1946.
A. J. DUNAWAY.
STATE OF ARIZONA
COUNTY OF PINAL, as.
Before me. Paul W. Loucks, a
Notary Public In and for the
County of Pinal. State of Arizona,
personally appeared ANDREW J
DUNAWAY, personally known to
me (or satisfactorily proven), to
be the person whose name is sub
scribed to the above and foregoing
Instrument, and acknowledged to
me that be executed the same for
the purposes contained therein.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
office this 20th day of March 1946.
PAUL W LOUCKS.
Notary Public.
My commission expires. January 29,
1947.
First pub. March 29, 1946.
Last pub. April 12, 1946.
A
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REYNOLDS
PENS
Close Out Price $ # 95
Subject to Prior Sale O
This offer is made the express
purpose of closing out our pres
ent stock. We shall not again
stock Reynolds Pens. This offer
is made without warranty by us
expressed or implied. Mail orders
filled. To avoid C.O.D. charges,
be sure to include cost of post- j
age.
Hines Drug
Company
PHONE 10
forthcoming atomic bomb test, he
says.
WILLIE GUNSOLUS, Cox, left
Sunday to report for duty on the
east coast after spending 25 day’s
leave with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Gunsolus and family. He
has recently returned to the states
from overseas service.
CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER
JOE MYERS is here on 45-day
furlough to visit his mother, Mrs.
May Myers and family, after his
recent return from Germany
PFC. JOHN E. DYE writes from
Barlnquen Field. Puerto Rico, that
when they returned from a recent
ilight to Antigua they learned an
uprising had been started in French
Guiana. “Immediately we were or
dered to Waller Field, Trinidad,
where w P picked up a load of U. S
infantry boys, all fully armed, and
Joined other planes from here and
nearby fields. We flew five hours
by night to French Guiana. Upon
our arrival we learned the leaders
of the uprising had been appre
hended and sent to Devil’s Island.
Our landing was done in a pea
soup fog in a thick jungle Inhabited
ANNOUNCEMENT
RAYMOND SROAF
Announces
The Purchase Os
Arizona Land and
* •
Investment Company
from
J. J. JONES
April Ist, 1946
We make this announcement with the greatest of hope
and confidence in Coolidge and the surrounding area.
It is our desire to continue the efficient service of the
past and to enlarge our field of operation in years to
come. Under the new ownership, we will be equipt
by experience in real estate, loans, investments, and
rentals to render a complete service to our customers.
In addition to the services of past years, all types of in- %
surance featuring automobile and fire will be handled,
as well as the'continuance of the local agency for the
State Mutual Building & Loan Association of Los
Angeles. You are invited to come in and get acquaint
ed. Consult us on your land, city property, rent prop
erty, insurance, notary public and investment prob
lems. We will be glad to serve you.
Arizona Land and
Investment Company
101 N. Main St. Phone No. 1 Coolidge, Ariz.
Raymond Sroaf, Owner
Real Estate Farm Lands General Insurance Loans
Escrows * Notary Public
by boa constrictors. Jaguars and
black panthers." John is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Dye .Sr. He
entered service in November of
1944
MELVIN L. BOSS, son of Mrs.
Maggie L. Boas, has been advanced
to the rating of seaman, first class,
according to an announcement re
ceived this week from the U. S.
Naval Air Station, Kaneohoe, Oahu,
T. H.
PVT. WILLIAM P. HAUGH, 18.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Haugh, Sr., is now in training at
the AAF military training center
in San Antonio, according to word
received this week. The basic train
ing schedule includes instructions
ranging from organization of the
army and personal adjustment to
tlie time-honored practice marches
and close-order drill. Over 20 sub
jects are covered in the six-week
course.
PFC. BILL C. MYERS, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Myers, is
now in the Philippines, according
to word received this week He
was recently stationed at Kerns
Field, Utah. Myers "likes Manila
fine," he writes.
VALLEY MEMORIAL PARK
Is Located In The Simple
Dignity and Grace of Quiet Surroundings
For Reservations of Lots
CALL 62
COLE and MAUD
Mortuary

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