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(l o o I t 6 £ i n c r Coolidge. Arizona Friday. May 17. 1946 Oracle Residents Cold To Proporsed F!c rence Hi Plans A propomal that Oracle elemen tary school dlatrlrt Join the Flor ence high acbool district is b*-ing received with little enthusiasm by Oracle residents. At present Florence high school Is sending a bus to carry pupils ol high school age to Florence without cost to Oracle taxpayers. But Toni Fulbrlght. president of ®-om where I sit... Lr/ Joe Marsh Ollie Mapes and The Streamlined House The other day a construction Arm ’'You know." quotes Ollie. "it set op an exhibit in the courthouse takes a heap of living to make a square. They built a new "house of home." the future"— end invited folks to Looking around. I see what Ollie see it. means. A room crowded with merrv Drew quite s crowd with the ories of a life well spent—end the weaen sighing over the shiny friendly habits of a happy home, kitchen, and the men admiring the from a blazing old-fashioned fire, units and insulation. to a mellow glass of beer with AD except Ollie Mapes. He looks fronds. From where I sit, those around a spell and goes home. th u»S* do more to make a home Whan I get there, he's sitting be- than modern streamlined gadgets, tore his old dutch fireplace, with _ J* f< ? "JiLTfr,: *„“ d * })x ‘nUuj low glass of beer in hand. . t. • IMS UNITtO STATU Ml WHS FOUNDATION . JIDNTT I »OCU«. AIIZONA *TATf D'MCTO* Stiff All. TIT If S T*UST SUUDING FHOtNIX. A*l£OMA K GIVES OLD FLOORS H Kft Linoleum or wood . . . Wn "Plssti-Kote" does the job jflfl OSft Lg" r : \\ ... end good 1 Protects floors, X|G 4AQ woodwork end lurniture! No jQG JOQ />-J\ \.\ . * mor® cleaning or JjQC SjBQ wa *‘ n< 3 problems jQC W damp cloth! Alco » VALLEY HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO. || 88 The Supply House of the Valley jftr %s*. JOIN The Crowd For A Good nSnJ M Time At The JMI 21 CLUB * IN COOLIDGE Full Line of Finest Liquors Also Your Favorite Beer Earl McEuen Billiards Cesspools And Septic Tanks Cleaned BY THE LATEST ODORLESS METHOD for information call PHOENIX 4-5145 LIGE DUNN Licensed Operator for Entire State VALLEY MEMORIAL PARK Is Located In The Simple Dignity and Grace of Quiet Surroundings For Reservations of Lots CALL 62 COLE and MAUD Mortuary the Florence high school district says that this transportation line will be discontinued after next ye.tr 11 Grade refuses to petition the county superintendent's office for inclusion in the Florence district Ora* leltes have refrained from signing the petitions which have been circulated in the belief that they might face a possible expense n the form of a Florence high dis trict bond issue. Fulbright has as sured them re* ently that there Is very little chance of »u« h a move being made. • Mr- Edgar Shc-maker and son. Tommy Shoemaker, left Saturday for St Louis. Missouri, where they will spend two we»ks visiting her daughter in-law, Mrs. I> G. Shoe maker and son. Danny. Adr*rl\t4vnrf>* Junior Womans Club Holds Business Meet, Makes Summer Plans Mrs. H. D. Burns, new president of Coolidge Junior Womans Club, conducted her first business meet ing Monday night in the home of Mrs Roy Hlahosky. Mrs. George Hanna. Jr., was co-hostess for the evening. Mrs Moae Cooper and Mrs. Karl Nabors were appointed to repre sent the club on the recently or ganized Coolidge Youth Conserva tion Coordinating Council. Mrs. William Roberts and Mrs. Blahosky were named alternates. The group's next meeting will be a picnic for husbands and families of members at Casa Grande Ruins Sunday. May 19. at five o'clock Mrs Kd Wlldermuth is general chairman. o Recent Bride Honored With Miscellaneous Shower On Thursday Mrs Harry Compton, nee Sibyl Smothers, was honored wdth a mis cellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. R C. Hodge Thursday after noon. Mrs. Fay Lindsey and Mrs. Dee parks were co-hostesses. Gifts awaited the bride a* the conclu sion of a treasure bunt through the house Contest games fur nished the afternoon's entertain ment. Prizes were presented bv the winners to the bride. Guests were Mrs. Henry Appei. Jr. Mrs Jerry Higgins. Mrs. Doro thy Johnson. Mrs Dan Havens. Mrs Dalton Cole. Mrs Karl Morris. Mrs. Dewey Compton. Mrs R. T Kleinman. Mrs Carl Sprinkles Mrs Joe Mnrler. Mrs. Hulen Fen nell. Mrs Paul Gosney. Miss Gloria Appel. Miss Janelle Kleinman and Miss Patricia Comstock o Peacetime Anniversary Os Womans Army Corps Beinq Celebrated Now 'j he first peacetime anniversary of the Women’s Army Corps -the fo-rth since its founding In the early days of World War II —Is being celebrated. The entire week from Monday. May 13. to Monday, May 20. has been designated WAC anniversary week, and will be marked by special radio programs, ami other activities commemorat ing the event The current re-entry program to encourage former Wars to reenllst to relieve the critical need for skilled personnel, will also receive added impetus during that week, the war department has an nounced. Wars are now on duty in Nurem berg at the war crimes trials, others are on duly in Japan, tak ing testimony at the trials there Hundreds are busy as hospital technicians in the general hospitals that dot America, working long hours so that American soldiers may walk some day Others are engaged in the routine of paper work in the separation centers, fII- Ing and typing so that soldiers may be quickly processed and returned tc their homes and civilian life. •Since February of tbis year a < ampaign to secure additional en listed personnel for the Women's Army Corps has been in progress The campaign is divided into two parts: A re-entry program de- PROCLAMATION (of election TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME. GREETING: WHEREAS, the statutes of the State of Arizona prescribe that there shall be au election In the TOWN OK COOLIDGE, on the 4th Monday in May. 1946, for the pur pose of electing aeveu (7) Council men; NOW. THEREFORE, I, C. W. LEWK. Mayor of said TOWN OF COOLIDGE, in conformity with the provisions of the laws of the State of Arizona and by virtue of the authority vested in me as Mayor of the TOWN OF COOLIIXJE do here by proclaim and declare that there shall be on the 4th Monday in May. 1946, to-wit, the 27th day of May, 1946, a regular election in the TOWN OF COOLIDGE for the pur pose of electing seven (7) council men for said Town. That notice of such election shall be given by publication of this proclamation in the Coolidge Examiner at least ten days prior to May 27, 1946. WITNESS my hand this 26th day of April, 1946. C. W. LEWIS, Mayor of the Town of Coolidge. Ist publication May 10, 1946. Last publication May 24, 1946. II Henry Gibson L. D. Ketchum Pinal Electric Co. Electrical Contractors WIRING—SUB-STATIONS MAINTENANCE Phone 155-Jll 372 Northern Avenue Coolidge, Arizona —■Mjjjgr signed to secure the reenlistment cl former Wacs; and a volunteer program designed to encourage present members of the Women's Army Co/ps to reenllst beyond their eligible date of discharge. The campaign was inaugerated because of a critical shortage of skilled personnel in hospitals, head quarters installations and person nel and separation centers. Hos pital. X-Ray and laboratory tech nicians. code and crytoraphy and other communications technicians are especially in demand, as well as clerk-typists and stenographers. Political Announcements COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of county school superintendent of Pinal county sub ject to the action of the voters at the Democratic primary. July 16th. 1946. IAJUIS TAYLOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 1 hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of the justice of the peace Justice Pre cinct No. 8 subject to the action of the voters at the Democratic primary, July 16th, 1946. W. G. ROCHE. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the office of County Assessor of Pinal County subject to the action of the voters at the primary elec tion July 16th, 1946. WYLY PARSONS FOR CONSTABLE I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of constable of Jus tice Precinct No. 8 subject to the action of the voters in the Demo cratic primary July 16th. 1946. ASA GARDNER . FOR COUNTY SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the offl*e of Coußty Sheriff of Pinal County subject to the action of the voters at the primary elec tion July 16th, 1946. AL SIZEMORE FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Justice of the Peace of Precinct No. 8 subject to the action of the democratic party at the primary election July 16th, 1946. CHARLES H. TREADWAY FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Attorney of Pinal county subject to the ac tion of the voters at the Democratic primary July 16th, 1946. R. J. ELLIS FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Justice of the Peace of Justice Precinct No. 8 subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary July 16th, 1946. CHARLES D. ELLEDGB FOR CONSTABLE I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of constable of Jus tice Precinct No. 8 subject to the action of the voters in the Demo cratic primary July 16, 1946. MONROE MOORE COUNTY SUPERVISOR I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Pinal County Su pervisor, District No. 3 subject to the action of the voters at the Dem ocratic primary July 16, 1946. FRANK WILLIAMS. FOR STATE SENATOR I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of State Senator from Pinal county subject to the action of the voters at the Democratic primary July 16th, 1946. CHARLES E. GOFF FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce my candidacy for reelection to the office of State Representative from Pinal county subject to the action of the voters at the Democratic primary July 16th, 1946. O. W. RUGG FOR SUPERVISOR I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of supervisor, District No. 3, Pinal county, subject to the action of the voters at the Demo cratic primary July 16th, 1946. C. W. STOKES FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for state representative, District No. 1, subject to the action of the voters at the Democratic primary election July 16th, 1946. PARKE T. GILBERT. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Pinal county subject to the action of the voters at the Democratic primary July 16th, 1946. LYNN EARLEY. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of school superin tendent of Pinal County subject to the action of the voters at the Democratic Primary July 16th, 1946. HORACE J. CHESLEY Birthday Dinner For Craig Blackwell Friday Craig Blackwell was honored with a birthday dinner by Mrs. Blackwell at their home on Fri day evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gonsey, Mr. and Mrs. Biggs Mc- Wherter, Mr and Mrs. Earl White, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Morris, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hoover. o Mother's Day Party Surprises Two Here Mrs. I). A. Burgess, 75. was sur prised Saturday evening with a NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL STOCK OF MERCHAN DISE AND OTHER PERSON AL PROPERTY UNDER BULK SALES LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that L. E. Normandin and Ruth A. Normandin, doing business as The Front Seat Bar, will at a single transaction and not in the regular course of business, sell, transfer and assign unto Fred Thomas all his rights, title and Interest in said business and the whole stock, fix tures and other personal property and good will of said business lo cated at Picacho Junction in the County of Pinal. Arizona, on Satur day, May 11, 1946. All claims against said business shall be presented to the office of the T-P Realty. 2801 East Bread way, Tucson. Arizona. I„. E. NORMANDIN State of Arizona County of Pinal The above instrument was ac knowledged before me this 3rd day of May, 1946. (Seal) HARRY T. BINDLEY, My commission expires; Oct. 8, 1947. Ist pub May 20. 1946. pub. May 24, 1946. NOT ON YOUR TINTYPE! Grandma looks calm and collected as she poses for posterity, but she wasn’t—not on your tintype! Getting her family ready for this picture was a long, weary business. The day this photo was snapped, Grandma was up at dawn, wrestling with the old wood stove, coaxing the kettle to boil, cooking breakfast. And the day before, she ironed the mountain of starched clothes that had needed such hard scrubbing. The day before that— But that was Grandma’s life. She didn’t know any other kind. Her way of housekeeping took lots of time, lots of elbow grease. In Grandma’s gayest dreams she never imagined the time would come when a woman would have dozens of electric servants daily for the cost of a bar of soap. Electric service ready and "willing around the clock and calendar—is a modem miracle Grandma missed by being bom too soon. But electrical dependability (and cheapness, too) didn’t happen by accident. Not on your tintype! They’re the result of plenty of hard work and practical experience on the part of your neighbors who operate this company. • Hmt N&SON EDDY ii» "THE ELECTRIC HOUR" with Robert Armbruiter's Orchestra. Sunday* 4:30 P, M, EOST, CSS Network. Arizona Edison Company, Inc . Mother's Day party at the home of her daughter, the Reverend Lina O'Donnell. Over 30 friends and members of the family were pres ent. Mrs. O'Donnell had been so | fS|| Cash Carr y ! Prices i iT\M£ \ FOR PICKUP AND n \ DELIVERY SERVICE i Every FRIDAY ;; u-- " and SATURDAY are o pick-up and delivery days in Coolidge which means more service for you at no additional o cost—Cash and Carry prices always! o stays in Coolidge All businesses in Coolidge benefit! \\ And remember when you patronize the Elite Cleaners your dollar o We make Button Holes and do all kinds of alterations ELITE CLEANERS n O “If IT’S WORTH DOING IT'S WORTH DOING WELL” n n South Main Street Coolidge I See Us For Real Estate, Rentals, Fire Insurance, Auto Insurance Bonds, Home and Business I*oans and Notary Work ARIZONA LAND & TELEPHONE , INVESTMENT CO. RAYMOND SROAF busy planning the surprise for her mother that she forgot her own role in the day, but was also sur prised by the group, and became a guest of honor witli her mother.