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Casa Grande Dispatch from Casa Grande, Arizona • Page 5

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1944 THE CASA GRANDE DISPATCH PAGE FIVE NEWS Around the Tour MR. AND MRS. B. R. BATES, of Manhattan, Montana, expect to be in.

Casa Grande soon, to spend the winter. MRS. HARRY C. BEANS, 'who has been visiting her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs.

'H. Cornell Beans, in Casa Grande, left Friday morning for. Pella, Iowa, to! visit with her daughter, Miss Emma Beans, who is attending Center College there. After a few days in Pella, Mrs. Beans will return to her home in Philadelphia.

MR. AND MRS. W. P. CLEMENTS were guests of Mr.

and- Mrs. Clifford Clements and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Clements for Thanksgiving. The three families dined at the Arizona Club.

MRS. A. J. FLANNIGAN and granddaughter, Mrs. Billy Haynes, made a business trip to Phoenix on Wednesday.

PFC. EDNA HARRIS WAC, of El Paso, Texas, arrived in Casa Grande last Thursday for-a threeday visit with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur. Elliott, and family. MR.

AND MRS. GEORGE GONCE and Mrs. Louis Bass were week-end guests at the home, of Mrs. Gonce's parents in Tucson. MR.

AND MRS. J. P. SEXTON were Tucson visitors on Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. B.

G. Thompson, A family dinner was enjoyed in honor pf the homecoming of their two sons, Graham, and Joseph Thompson, Boswell Military Academy, New Mexico. C. D. BRADLEY, of Carrolton, an annual winter visitor here for some years and an extensive property owner in Casa Grande, died on November 12, by word' here.

MRS. H. W. LINDESTROM and daughter, Nancy Ann, were dinner guests on Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson.

Miss Astrid Haugen also spent the holiday at home: there. MRS. ALICE KEITH is visiting with a friend, Mrs. Girtruth Currie of Phoenix, while recuperating from a recent illnegg In the hospital at Florence. MR.

AND MRS. JAMES. COOK have guests' at their ranch home, as, Messrs. Ben Cuccaro, of Rankin, and Anthony Cuccaro of Meridian, Conn. They are brothers of Mr.

Cook. MISS JUNE EARLEY spent the week-end with her friend, Miss Noel Nitchie in Phoenix. MRS. FRED WINSLOW and children spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Homer Ward. TAX SALE NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that bids in the amounts listed below have been received on property held by the State of Arizona under tax deed. The respective bids, or the highest bids that are received for each hereinafter described parcel may, be accepted and the property sold at 12:00 o'clock noon, on the 4th day of December, 1944. Anyone desiring to bid upon said property may do 50 up to and during time of sale. Amount of Bid Description of Property List No.

CASA GRANDE, EVERGREEN ADDITION $170.00 Block 23, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 20. 992 170.00 Block 24, Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19 20 993 10.00 Block 27, Lot 8 994 30.00 Block 27, Lots 2, 3, 4 995 10.00 Block- 27, Lot 12 996 10.00 27, Lot 6 1083 120.00 Block 28, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 12 997 30.00 Block 31, Lots 14 998 50.00 Block 31, Lots 16, 17, 18, 19 20 .999 180.00 Block 32, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 20 1000 CASA GRANDE, MYERS ADDITION 10.00 Block 3, Lot 10 906 10.00 Block 3, Lot 11 504 20.00 Block 7, Lots 5 6 1002 CASA GRANDE, MYERS SECOND ADDITION 20.00 Block 8, Lots 8 9. 531 10.00 Block 8, Lot 10 532 FLORENCE, DOUGLAS ADDITION 10.00 Block 23, Lot 10 P-643 SOUTH, RANGE 7 EAST 40.00 Section 18; 232 90.00 Section 18; P-836 TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 6 EAST 160.00 Section 30; 1133 Dated this 6th day of' November, 1944. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF PINAL COUNTY; By: Robert Denton, Chairman Attest: M. G.

Mann, Clerk. First and Final 11-24-44, ATTENTION FARMERS WE HAVE ON HAND for Immediate Delivery without Priority New Shipment Goble Disc Harrows Sizes 10-ft. 6-in. and 15-ft. 6-in.

TWO WHEEL Broadcast Seeders Cockshutt Plows Atlas Land Levelers and Scrapers Come in or for Any Kind of Farm Machinery Neil B. McGinnis Co. 1 Block South of Depot on Main Street FLOYD LANE, Manager PHONE 145 BIRTHS AT LINCOLN 'MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Reyes are the parents of an five'ounce daughter, "born November 20.

She was named Beatrice Anita. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Nix, November 18, weighing seven pounds and threefourth ounces. The child has not been Born: To Mr.

and Mrs. W. J. Goodman, of Alameda, a son, William Dalton Coe. The child weighed nine pounds, thirteen ounces.

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pilley are the parents of 8 daughter weighing four and six ounces. The child, born November 18, has as yet been named. PHILATHEA GUILD BAZAAR The Philathea Gulld will hold its annual Christmas bazaar in the Kruse Building on December 2.

Dolls, stuffed animals, aprons, dish towels and other useful gifts as well as cooked foods will be on sale. HONOR MISS McMAINS As a farewell courtesy, Miss Violet Don entertained with a Spanish dinner her. home on West 10th street, on Saturday evening in honor of WAVE Doris McMains, who is stationed at Shumaker, and has been home on leave. Miss Don was assisted by her sister, Lillian. The table was tastefully decorated in keeping with the occasion.

Guests were Mrs. WyVaughn Ciaccio, Misses Anne Don, Georgia Don, Betty Helen Morgan, Lorena Chaney, Frances McNatt, Beverly Boyce, Mary Liggett, and the honoree. 11 AIRWAY Motor Clinic Your United Motor Service Depot Southwest Main Street WE NOW Have Available 42 Dodge Plymouth Complete New Engine Assemblies WE HAVE 42 Chevrolet Block ENGINE ASSEMBLIES also New Chevrolet Truck TRANSMISSIONS in Stock DRIVE IN' TODATI Let us show you exactly our RAMCO Service is best that. money can bay. George Jones Gomez Owner Phone 218.

Homo -248-Rt MR. AND MRS. J. R. RIMOL, and Mrs.

Hattie Petty spent the week-end in Phoenix visiting Mrs. Rimol's daughter, Mrs. J. Russell Miller, and Mrs. Petty's son, Lee and family, respectively.

A. G. BENNETT home on Saturday from Lubbock, Texas, where he was by the illness of his mother, W. B. Bencalled, nett.

Mrs. Bennett was stricken with cerebral hemorrhage about two weeks ago, which proved tal. She. was 69 years old. All her children were at her bedside with the exception of Lt.

Harmon Bennett, who is in the South Pacific area. Interment was in the family plot, at Spur, Texas. MISS GEORGIA DON and Miss Helen Boyd attended the Philomathian Sorority Rush party held in Tempe, on Monday evenThe affair was formal. Both young ladies were members of the society while attending school there. MISS JOY LEHMBERG and her house guest, Miss Clara Johnson, University students, spent the Thanksgiving holiday with Joy's parents, Dr.

and Mrs. H. B. Lehmberg. MR.

AND MRS. JAMES SEXTON and daughter, Sharon, Phoenix, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. P.

Sexton. MR. AND MRS. EDWARD DARRAGH of Detroit, Michigan, are spending a short in Casa Grande in connection with the settling of the affairs of their uncle, Tom J. Fitzgerald, whose death occurred recently.

MRS. 'JANET GALLAGHER entertained with a party on Saturday, honoring the fourth birthday of her son, Truman. Various types of games were played. Ice cream and cake was served. The honoree received several gifts.

The guests included Calene and Vivian Smith, Ruth Ann and Sharon Weeks, Bill, Bob and Bert King, Rachel Ann Boyer, Mary Jo Bendixen, Ralph Mohr, Jerry and Lynn Bayley, 'and Jim Palmer. MRS. IT. HAMMOND of Flagstaff, and Miss Rosalie Rees, of Prescott, were Thanksgiving holiday guests of Mrs. Hammond's sister, Mrs.

Cale C. Smith and family. LT. THEODORE DON of Victorville, WAS the guest of LEGALS NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 1950 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF, PINAL In the Matter of the Estate of YDUVINA SALAZAR ARUJO, Deceased, NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Administrator of estate of Yduvina Salazar Arujo, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having.

claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within Four (4) months after the first publication of this Notice to the said Administrator, at the law offices of Fulbright and Sult, at Florence, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of business of said estate, In said County of Pinal. JUAN ARUJO Administrator of the estate of said deceased. DATED this 31st day of October, 1944. First 11-8-44. YOU CAN'T BEAT IT! Smooth as a champion's trophy- winning drive down the fairway is a tall, tempting glass of sparkling, delicious A-1 Pilsner.

At the 19th Hole or at home either with or between its tangy) satisfying goodness because you money a BEER will suit to can't buy a better beer than A-1 Pilsner. Arizona Brewing Company, Inc. PHOENIX. ARIZONA Al Pilsner 4.1 Quality their daughters, Paul Carmony and Miss Velma McNatt! in on Thursday. ELDER JOHN C.

MATLOCK and fatnily, of Elgin, Oklahoma, were: guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kilcrease over the Thanksgiving holiday.

MR. AND MRS. W. H. SELL spent Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs.

Ben Maize and grandsons in Phoenix. CURRY LOVE, and his guest, Jack McCarville, of Iowa, spent Thanksgiving with Curry's mother, C. H. Both. boys are attending State Teachers College, at Tempe.

MR. AND MRS. FRAZEE NOE, and family, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bendixen and family, picnicked, on the desert on Thanksgiving MRS.

W. O. McNATT and son, Billy, of Prescott, will be guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.

O. Pate for Thanksgiving. MR. AND MRS. A.

E. WHITE returned to Casa Grande on Saturday' after a month's with relatives in Eastland Texas, and in New Mexico. MR. AND MRS. J.

W. GOFF of Oracle were Thanksgiving guests at the home of their son, E. S. Goff and family. MRS.

F. PROVINCE of Rector, Arkansas, is spending the winter in Casa Grande and is the guest of her cousin. Mrs. Laura Pace. MR.

AND MRS. GEORGE LINgard and daughter, Mrs. Virginia Sisk, left Thursday morning for San Diego, where they will spend Thanksgiving with the Lingard's daughters, Mrs. Carl Hoisington, and Mrs. Aubrey VanZandt families.

Bring Your Clocks to Us For Immediate Repair THORNTON I JEWELER A Game for Hours of Funl SPELL IT MISS DOROTHY GARRETT of Tempe, was the Thanksgiving guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Garrett.

Other dinner guests were Mrs. E. Pinyan and George Harmsen. MISS JEAN MAJORS left Wednesday for Maywood, where she will spend Thanksgiving with friends, and will return home on Sunday. MRS.

JOHN ARMER and children, Miss, Patty Gilbert of Phoenix and Mrs. Guy Gilbert and famliy were guests at 8 family dinner at the home of Mrs. Gabrilla Gilbert, for MR. AND MRS. CHARLES SAN FELIPPO and family were guests at the home of Mrs.

J. B. Fletcher at Chandler for Thanksgiving. MR. AND MRS.

D. F. BARNARD of Phoenix, were week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith.

MRS. J. E. KINSER, son Darwin and daughter, Betty Jo, left Wednesday evening for Yuma, where they will spend the Thanksgiving holiday and the week-end with Mrs. Kinser's daughter, Mrs.

L. A. Sealey. MISS EVELYN LAWSON, San Diego, is spending this week with Mrs. A A.

Fearn. MR. AND MRS. W. C.

McNATT had Thanksgiving dinner with SPELL- IT BOARD 1.59 This fascinating game offers twenty-six problems to bi solved and eighty-one words to be spelled! There's fun in It for the whole family. And the youngsters learn to spell at the same time, For Their Very Own! Real Rockin' Chair $9.95 trade 11-Inch Walking nog $1.79 When you pull him he walks across the. floor with 'an amusing "THEY. MR. AND MRS.

A. S. GUINN are visiting in San Francisco, but are expected back shortly. PATRICIA ANN COTTON Patricia Ann Cotton, the fourmonths-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Richard D. Cotton, residing miles south of Eloy, died last -Friday. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH WELCOMES YOU 10:00 A. M. Sunday School 11:00 A.

M. Sunday Service "A GRATEFUL HEART" Listen To THE LUTHERAN HOUR 8:30: A. ML. KOY and KTAR Rev. Karl F.

Molkentin, Pastor PHOENIX Hotel Adams cool Air -conditioned CITY WITHIN A. CENTERED CITY JOHN A. ROCKWELL President JACK J. KANE Gaseral Manager 1. 5.

Firestone Answer to Little Girl's Dream! 17-Inch BABY DOLL 4.98 What a sweetheart this one curls and moving eyes with dress is organdio with shining a slip, socks and bootces, and yootiful bonnet, toot What could possibly resist 22-PIECE Child's TEA SET $2.49 Made of plastic in beantiful dr saucers, caps and spoons! sugar bowl SANTA For Boys Army Jeep Football Shock Helmet Tick-Tock Pull Toys Archery Sets' Army Bild-A-Set Table Tennis tat She has beautiful, lifelike the longest lashes! Her exquisite ribbon bows. She wears panties, a boolittle girl colors. bard to break, eight napkins, tas pot and SUGGESTS For Girls Woodettes Scotty Dogs Games Puzzles Doll Buggy Maple Finish Rocker Magic Slate Teddy Bears SUPPLY CO. ALWAYS SELL FOR LESS".

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