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(l o o U 6 ni incr Coolidge, Arizona Friday. May 17. 1946 Bth Grade Girl Scouts Go On Swim Party And Overnight Camping Trip Several members of the eighth grade girl scouts went on an over right ramp Saturday with their leader. Mr* Roger Cates They hft early Saturday morning for Tempe Heat h. where they had a swim party and picnic. While shop ping in an Indian store at Tempe they had an unusual experience The owner. J H Warner. 1* In terested in st out work and present ed each of the giris and their lead er with a bead necklace of her own t boosing There were many from whith to select and some of the net klaces chosen by the girls are outstanding. Mrs. Cate* said. In the evening the scouts went to the George Jettison ranch west of Coolidge for a cook-out. followed by stfhg* around a camp fire and a mgbt of camping out. Scouts who made the trip were Marylyn Carrel. Mary Kllen Shafer. Glenns Jo N'unely and Rita Slater loanna Hogget was a special guest Eighth grade scouts will not dls band for the summer. Myers Feed and Seed Store STOCK AND POULTRY SUPPLIES FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES FIELD AND GARDEN SEED GRAIN BAGS AND TWINE CECIL MYERS HERMON MYERS Coolidge Ave. Phone 209 PUgi i U • WELL MADE i H * B • STURDY |1 • LONG-LASTING J | IRRIGATION // | | B SHOVELS // f * 1- COTTON i t I « CHOPPING t i t t ft HOES i in < JL OTHER ; Suppua \ j fBSSMSMUj Coolidge, Arizona IT’S AN OLD STORY 5P .... IN COOLIDGE % For many years, men from Coolidge have found the kind of clothes they want at McDougall & Cassou's in Phoenix. They demand the best in clothing and accessories . . . and Arizona's leading men s store rea y caters to these distinctive tastes. Coolidge men like smart looking, wen-tailored, and comfortable clothes made from the finest materials and designed to stand lots of wear . . . and they like the friendly atmosphere of our store. That's why McDougaii & Cassou's is number one on their list whenever they re in Phoenix. /ft -g * At£A/'$ 130 North Central Established 1897 Womans Club Installation Breakfast Slated for Thursday, May 23rd I’lan* f«.r Coolidge Womans Club installation breakfast were com plete.} at a business meeting of the vroup held Thursday afternoon. The breakfast will be held Thurs tav morning. May 23. at 9 30 o'do<k in the banquet room at '".ene'a Steak House Reservations must be in by Tuesday. .May 21. " d maj be made with Mrs Kruse Davis, general chairman of ar rangement*. Mrs Wayne Hall, or Mrs Ja. k Pond, co-chairmen. Mrs R W Taylor Is program chairman for the breakfast Mrs. K J Wilber Is chairman of the Vcor. tioti committee, assisted by Mrs Paul Trucks and Mrs Karl Hie ks. co-chairmen. It was decided at Thursdays meeting that the group would pur hase a cooler for the club house. Church of Nazarene Has New Pastor Here A C. Tunnell has recently ac cepted the pastorate of the Church ol the Nazarene here He was pas tor of the Church of the Nazarene at < handler for two years and was previously pastor of the the church es Dodge Cltv. Kansas. He will be at Coolidge church for the coming >.-ar. WHEN TRUCKS STARTED HORSES ON THE RUN . . . The beginning of the end, when trucks like this 1910 Mack had the horses on the run and horseshoers looking around for another means of earning a living in the early days of this century. Cabs were built with accents on ventilation. The automotive industry is celebrating Ita Golden Jubilee. MAIN STREET AMERICA Main Street is the wedding ring upon the finger of America . . . the people of Main Street, made up of various nationalities and races, arc precious stones set in the mar riage band, signifying America's union with the world . . . Our coun try has emerged from the erratic and uncertain ways of youth to the full estate of an adult nation and the realization, through suffering, ol her responsibility toward hu manity . . . Always. It has been the duty of pioneer mothers to k ep the home intact ... In the oxerwhelming problems of building a better world. America with its Main Streets must become the pio neer mother striving with courage and fortitude to keep Intact the b me of mankind, one world for one humanity ... In this vision that America Is destined to fol low. we of Main Street can aid her by remembering the Import ant role our small communities play in the great world drama. • • • A Main Street couple headed the line of a recent sale of Levis . . . Anything was al right with the husband, but hie wife examined the garments critically . . . “Will you have these—or these?” the clerk asked hurridly . . . “You'd bet ter take these, John,” his wife indicated the pair that suited her . . . "Give her what she wants,” said her husband in differently. "She wears ’em, anyway.* * • • • In a home near Main Street a G. B. Steward, M.D. B. L. Steward, M.D. Office Hours 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. Coolidge, Arizona young couple is struggling with an old problem . . . Before marriage It seemed not of such great im portance, but it has mounted steadily since, until today their marriage could easily be wrecked by It . . . These two are of dif ferent religious faiths, each striv ing to win the other to his own belief . . . Listening to them argue recently, a friend remarked, “You both seem to have forgotten the deep spiritual truths of your re ligions, while you bicker over the small theoretical differences.” . . . When this happens, whether in the home, or in churches that rise to argue against each other, the resultant din is apt to become so great that the simple teachings of the Master are lost. • • • Two Main Street matron* met recently at the counter of a dry goods store, where each was selecting material for a summer dress . . . Woman fashion, they discussed style, compared patterns, and ex changed views on the quality of the materials. . , . “This one with the apple design would look nice on you, I think,” said one of the ma trons. . . . Suddenly, the other's hand flew to her forehead. “Oh— I forgot! I left my pies in the oven.'* She wheeled and dashed toward the door. “Ap ple pies,” she called over her shoulder. • • • It won't be long now until the brown beetles make their annual visit to ranches near Main Street and seek out every cottonwood r.r«e within miles on which to clus ter and eat bare of rich green foliage. ... A ranch owner decided to do sometholng about It last summer and hung a big electric light from the branch of a cotton wood tree, beneath which be placed a tub of kerosene. . . . When it grew dark and the light was turned on. straight as arrows the bettles flew toward It. with a zooming noise to the accompaniment of muf fled kettle drums, as the struck the light and dropped Into the tub. . . . “Durned If they don’t remind me of the boys when the war lords gave the battle cry,” said the raneherr “only the late arrivals escaped, because so many went down before them.” 0 0 0 See you next week, on Main Street —adios. o Schell Chosen President Hi-School Student Body Eddie Schell was elected presi dent of Coolidge high school stu dent body for 1946-47 at a student meeting held in the school Friday. Those who will serve with him are: Eleanor Clark, vice president; Gloria Kenworthy, secretary; Don Pew, business manager; Joan Mc- Euen and Madge Dixon, cheer ltaders. Miss Ruth Miller is the treasurer. 3 Day Service on Cleaning and Pressing Careful work expertly done to please the most particu lar person. Coolidge Cleaners Coolidge Ave. Phone 413 Coolidge Golfer Loses In Final Tourney Round On Cobre Valley Course George Hay* bike. of Coolidge, who gained the finals in the Cobre Valley Country Club's 1946 golf tournament, by defeating C. I). Mil ler. of Yuma, lost the crown to I„es Madison, of Phoenix. 5 down in final round of play. Madison had burned up the course to defeat Norman Norred, of Globe, the out and out favorite by s 4 and 2 tally. Susan-Borree Chosen fr'r Mnvinq Picture Role Su*ao [inrree. seven-vear-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Nelson I DRINK ARTISANA WATER Regularly For your children'* **ka you nhoultl » 1 w a y » keen Artisans Water in your home it's almost FLOURINE FREE Health Water Co. CLAYTON G. HILL Phone 22 —Florence OAV To Stopped-llp Drains Drain Buddy the new, modern drain cleaner makes short work of clogged sinks, bathtubs, laundry tubs, wash basins and toilets. Drain Buddy is extremely powerful—easy to use. Finished inside and out in rust-resisting black lacquer, and with t suction cups of Neoprene rubber. Drain Buddy is built for a lifetime of hard wear. Household size ....$4.95 Industrial size 6.95 %, —* Grtaapju^ rr«^;; 8 \ \ ' Jilo e**®* I** 1 ** \ \ MO*- 1 *** . WL . „ \ HEADQUARTERS ♦ *»h AVE. and JEFFERSON, PHOENIX \ ' \ Won*** KO tf 1 BMMMM - - - - - - - - - - »r x. Ww Aflk 1 mM M / Nr\ eiy ** b» o, ><f IT 7 ' - ’® m 4g wiiiiOHCC cov J J Arizona Brewing foiiottai Own famous Ifeqiettatßeer 'IJBuJp norree. Jr., of Inglewood. Califor- 1 nia, former Coolidge and Florence residents, has been selected by movie scouts for a supporting role in Margaret O’Brien's forthcoming picture “Ballerino." according *o C*pt right /Q 46 Shi’! Oil Ctmpmny, biurftrand j word • received this week by her grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Hor ree. Suzan. who has taken dancing ! lessons since she was a small child, v ill attend a special training school on the MGM lot for 15 weeks.