Casa Grande Dispatch from Casa Grande, Arizona on April 18, 1962 · Page 8
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THE CASA GRANDE DISPATCH, Casa Grande, Arizona, April 18, 1962 Section A CHAMBER PARK — High «&ool students In Lee Be Di&an't Building Trad e s class last week laid £he foundations for tables and benches at Ihe Chamber of CoEMneree roadside park on the Tucson Highway, Shown h»i>* driving slakes for the bench location are (I. to r.) Hayw&rd Sharp, Bill Zimmerman and Bill Walpplt. Oihers in the class are Tom Donahue. Haul Meji, Adrian Armstrong, Bill Holland, Douglas Ward, Grady Murray. Andy Mendoza and Bill Fssig. The park will also contain a railroad caboose and a T-133 jet aircratl. See 'Battle' Picacho Pass PICACHO PASS ~T The only Civil War baitle waged m Arizona was refought here Sunday.- and the results were YANKEES and itvx- Rebels bit the dusi. The Union. however, as in 1862, won 1)w skirmish" and it wai> viewed bv w\ cptiaiatcd 5,000 «pec- Tl was in rwacho Pi^s. oul Is 'miles soulhwj^t of Grande, that the two patrol*. iw>< 100 y<-<nv ai;o. TJw 1862 clash rcpi»rtcdly dt- cowt'Hfit'd 'Southcnt actiMiy in Ajii/cna a'nd ' heralded the «io\'omwit of a laific Union outfit £rom Caliku-nia. • With background mu s i c provided by the University of Anzons march nm band and the Ft. Huachua military band, the actors dueied for . several minutes beneath a scorohlrtg sun. Temperature <n battle time was 102, Sponsored by the Arizona Civil War Commission, the Picacho Pass reenactment was one if a handful of Civil War baltk-s that are being fought again in celebration of • the ; centennial. i The Union troops were por- . trayed by the Camp Verde, i Ariz., Cavalry ^nd the Bucna , Park. Calif., Gtiost Patrol. ARMY AND NATIONAL Guardsmen from throughout r Arizuna represented the Con- 1 fcdc.-acy, Fcillowing the battle, a bar. becue was served and visits ' made to the memorial tablets near the scene. California Woman Killed Enroute To CG Funcra! services will be held in Cotton. Calif., for Mrs. MyrUo' Carter, who died Saturday at Hoeraako Haspital. Death resulted from injuries received when Mrs.- Carter was thrcr'ii from a car in which she was a passenger. The accident occured on U. S. Highway 84, some 15 miles "east of Gila Bend. A native of Castleton, N. D,, she was born Oct. 31, 18$3. Mrs, Carter had lived in Colton since 1905. At the time of the accident, she was enroute to Casa Grande to visit her cousins, Earl Weaver of Casa Grande and Alva Weaver of Florence, " Survivors include her daughter, Mrs: Naomi -Ellison; her sister, Mrs. Nora Roberts; her niece, Irene Bennett, all of Col ton, Calif .j and three grandchildren. Two Youths Pay Orpheus Male Chorus Will Be In Cooiidge Liquor Fines Two 20-year old Casa Grande youths were am-stecl Saturday night and charged with illegal possession of ak-hoiic beverages. Both entered plca> of guilty before Police Magi sti air C M Fritzmgei* Tuesday and x\m fined $100 each. The arrests were 'itad» i by an agent of the State Liquor Commission. T!i< Orphi'M-, Malo Chouij , Biussols. ui I'huui.x \nlt prevent i con- j yh e chorus will cert April 27 at a p. m, at the i Arzcna and the US at the In Junior Hish Auditonuin international Music Festiva i CoolKlpe The 100 member • .uruup has appeared in the i Casa Grande VaJIt-y under the of thr Comrnun- >.-fv I'oMtvrl Association In 14J5H they tin 1 Linked -Staks and Arizona ;tt 1 ! u> Austrian Intoinational Mur-it Festival h» id in Vienna. Dursug tht> tour, they .sang m the AmriH'an Pavilion it the World Exposition held in scheduled Germany. in July at Tlckc-- tor !'!•• C .. , " ccm.ort -u «> he io*a:.n u ' "' Wayne ^nd Irv Haidv, are or j j bv writing Mr.~. Roberi Me ' Call, 766 W. Central. Cooluiac Admission i^ SI 25 Tor vs.iul'-. and 75 cent^ fur children 12 and under. BIG BESULTS WITH DISPATCH WANT ADS! Rev. Ewart To Speak At Kiwahis Meeting Rev. Lloyd Ewart will be the guest speaker at Mo iday' , 'meeting of the Ca?a Gratide -'Kmanis Chib. Rev. Ithvait. pastor of the Casa Grande Methodist Churrtj, wHi speak on the Easter season. Jess Kellison is program chairman. The dinner meeting will begin at 7 p- m. cit the Western Sundown Motel. LESLIE'S RESTAURANT EASTER DINNER Will Be Served At Our Regular Prices! j 1106 N. Final Avenue Phone TE 6-7202 Vanilla Extract Color Kits Paper Napkins Cornflakes Bar B(J Sauce Krispy Crackers Shilling 2 Oz. lax 4 Colors Chiffon Dinner Pkg. of 60 Kellogg 12 Oz. Pkg. French's 18 Oz. Bottle Sunshine Lb. Box 39* 230 HAM 23* Morreil Pride Smoked Shank Portion Lb. 25* EXPERT TV SERVICE Easy Terms On All Parts and Labor Prompt Service PHILCO Factory Supervised Jirii Grady /lire Co. 809 N. Pino! Ave. IS 6-7459 Whole- -fb. 47c Butt Half - l^rtrlr Rrfc^ei ^ oin ^^ ^ ortion rUlK nOoSI 2 to 3 lb. Average Last Rites For Mrs. Hopwood Held In Tucson Funeral Cervices were held yesterday at 2 p. m. in Arizona Mortuary, Tucson for Mrs. Kadme Hopwood. Tucson Highway, who died Friday at Hot-mako Hospital. Mr?. Hopwood was born Au- ,pu.-,t 24, 1*395 at Kirksville, Mo. Prior 10 coming to Casa I Grande P? years ago ^ske liv- lod in Tucson for ^ome 20 include her husband, Cecil; her sons, Virgil W, HoRsett, PaT«)ns, Kans.-, L,. Melvin Hogseti, Tucson; her daughters. Mrs. Grace Biootti- er, Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Jean Rosson, Montana; 11 grandchildren and seven great- grand children. Burial was held in South [Lawn Cimclery; Tucson. Prices Effective Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 19, 20 and 21 All Bashas' Markets Will Be Closed Easter Sunday Pork Chops Canned Hams Center Rib Cuts Morreil Pride 5-lb.Size 39 lb, 49' 79 Cranberry Sauce 239 e Attention, Farmers We are the BIGGEST -t Nay and Grain Consumers in Final County DIRECT and PLEASANT DEALING WITH NO GIMMICKS CaH us before you sell! Benedict Feeding Co. Casa Grande, Airona Office Phone 424-3411 or 4244563 ^ Evening Call T 6-T630 Reynolds Wrap French Mustard Cucumber Chips Ripe Olives New Potatoes Princella Yams Kernel Corn Strawberry Jam Tooth Brush Bayer Aspirin ABC Beer Table Wine Seagram VO fr 25 Ft. Roll 25t 90s, Jar 2 Arnold 25 Oz* Jot Lindsay Medium Pitted No. 1 Can Hunt No. 1 Can No. 2'/2 Can Kouniy Kist Whole. 12 Oz. Can Kern 2Lb. Jar Life Line Reg. 89c Value Bottle of 100 Reg. 73c Value 29e 25* ion 25c 8»1 SLICED PINEAPPLE Dole No. 1 Can VANIUA WAFERS Fireside Pound Bag 0 R HILLS BROS. COFFEE All Grinds 53 GREEN BEANS Del Monte No. 303 Can ALLSWEET Margarine 2c Off Lb. Carton LARGE EGGS Bashas' Grade AA 39 SMALL EGGS Bashas' Grade AA $ PINEAPPLE JUICE Dole 48 Oz. Can 5? Easter Lilies J 59* 55* 12 Oz. Can Ftanzia All Flavors, Quart Canadian Import Fifth 69* y irozen foo The beautiful Lily - Symbol of Easter. Up to 5 blooms. ea. Artichokes I Oranges Corn Full oi Juice Valencies Fresh. Green 3 ior 29' 3 Ibs, 29 3 ears 29 Orange Juice Breaded Perch BreadedHaddock Coffee Cake PlAC Libby 6 Oz. Con Pre-Cooked, 4-Fish«nnan U Ox. Pkq. O*. Pkg. Sara Lee 12 Oi. Pkg. Mary Elizabeth, Apple, Peach Bqy&enberry and Cherry. 24 Ox. Sh;e 49 49 69 29 HAPPY EASTER TO AIL JLunii Rights

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