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Casa Grande Dispatch (Newspaper) - March 4, 1954, Casa Grande, Arizona the CASA GRANDE DISPATCH Red Cross Fund Workers To Hold Coffee Hour Fri Sonic 85 wtwkfrt in tinCasa Grande Rod taiwpaign wturh Monday will hold a Cdjfee ai 10 afli Friday in the Arnxury to rejxirtb pn Page 2 Final Countys Leading Newspaper 4 1954 Red Cross Continued from Page 1 Door door m the current campaign start ed Monday afternoon in several sections of the city O U Peu gelly City Chairman announced The goal in the current fund drive tor Casa Grande Workers will hand ai progress reports Friday an4 also replenish any wppHes they may need tte coffee hours will be held each Friday during the month of Ken Flowers of Casa Grande is the chairman of the Final County Bed Cross Drive According to the King James version the 117th Psalm is the middle chapter of he Bible and it is an interesting fact this also is the shortest chapter in the Bible by the American Red Cross such as disaster preparedness and relief the blood program aid to servicemen and their families first aid training service in veter ans hospitals and the Junior Bed Cross He said ttre American Red Cross does an overall good job and it might be said its spe cialty is the blood program The speaker who is a veteran all kinds of fundraising drives stated that leadership in spiration determination direc tion And enthusiasm are the main ingredients of a successful drive He pointed out the Work ers for any humanitarian cam paign derive benefit as well as those who receive aid and the workers have a warm feeling of having done something for hu manity Mr Kimball climaxed his ad dress by saying The people who have made America great are those who manifested a sincere interest in others and gave of Ken flowers County chairman for the drive outlined the pro cedures to be used and stressed fef teijo CL Mlrlene composes Trio Ensemtle witli kigk notes for Spring Two dtoinenVe fashion merge Marleiw designing with Moygasbe Linen in a dressy suiter that shakes off creases has own Mouse of tisswt AAt falHe Further fashion com ment bondbeaded rootHs lhat odom lockets twerve pocketing and blouses neckline Sunton or brown with beige blouse block or navy with white Sizes 1020 Ladies Spectator Ny lon Mesh Pump with high or medium heel in Black or White Blue and White or Brown andWhite Also Navy Bed Black Patent and White HANDBAGS TO MATCH SANDALS To CbooM From Pievue Sot Night 10 Odock Stmday Monday Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe In GENTLEMEN BLONDES In Technicolor the fact that everyone wants to is only a question of contacting them W E Klingbeil of Florence Chapter Chairman reported the Sand and Bock Company of Coolidge had purchased a booth in the Coolidge Community Fair for the use of the Red Cross and plans had been made to have a First Aid team give demonstra tions in the booth A lilm 1954 Red Cross Re was shown by Carleton Wilder ARC Field Representa tive Local chairmen uithin the County all of whom attended the meeting are Lester S Tre gaskes Coolidge Jack Miller Eloy Clyde Gladish Flbrence John ODonnell Mrs Dan Sanford Sacaton Mrs A L Dickerson Ray Sonora and San Manuel and O TJ Pengelly Ca sa Grande Those going from Casa Grande weje Mr and Mrs J S Fanner Mr and Mrs 1 R Fabricant Mr and Mrs A J Barmes Mr and Mrs H Dewey Ward Mr and Mrs Don Bernard Mr and Mrs O U Pengtflly Mrs Gladys Albrecht Mrs H O Pace Mrs Marie Noe Mrs Rita Nader Cliff Richardson Ken Flowers Maurice J Bossuyt John H Griswold and W Ml Bragg From Sacaton were Mrs Dan Sanford Mrs Doyle Dunkin Mrs Omer O Davis and Mrs R H Peoples The strangler fig grown in southern Florida begins life in the top of another tree grows downward and when rooted will choke the life from the tree in which it began life Per capita beef consumption in the United States rose from 55 pounds in 1951 to an estimated record pounds in 1953 Local Residents Give 68 Pints Oi Blood Daring Mobiles Visit Casa Grande Friday and Saturday CITY OF BAD MEN to Technicolor HOT NEWS Tuesday Only Glenn Ford to TERROR ON A TRAM Wednesday and Thutmday Stewart Granger Jean Simmons to YOUNG BESS Watch For Quo Vadfe Coming Soon Desert DriveIn COBCC Gfcmde Fildoy and Saturday Richard Widmark In THE FROG MEN Plus Richard Greene In KENTUCKY Technicolor Sunday and Monday BIRD OF PARADISE Plus Clifton Webb In DHEAMBOAT Tuesday DOUBLE SPANISH FEATURE BUENES NOCHES MI AMOR Y fflPOCRITO Wednesday and Thursday WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS Plus MILLIONAIRE FOR CHRBTY CHIEF Open Fri Sat Sun A sizeable crew of Caw Grande women were on hand Wednesday afternoon to assist the Bloodmobile officials in the various phases of giving blood Mix V Hammer is pictured above watching Irving Fabricant Jr donate bis blood Other ladies who assisted were Mrs C S Soft Mis Barbara King Mis C J Russell Mrs H O Pace Mrs Flossie Barmes Mis H Dewey Ward Mrs Waller Davis Mrs E S Coff Mrs Tom Miller Mrs Albert Cms Mrs C M Fritoinger Mrs Parke Gil bert Mrs B S Burkeil Mrs Halnh Dickey and Mrs J S Fanner WOMANS CLUB LIBRARY HAS 82 NEW MYSTERY BOOKS Insomniacs and whodtinit fans will he pleased to know that 1 the Library of the Casa Grande Womans Club now possesses 82 additional mystery books it was announced this week by li brarian Mrs A F Peters The books which were a gift from Mrs j S McKay have among the authors Earte Stanley Gardner JEHery Queen and Rich I ard Lockridge 1 The library is open every Mon i day afternoon from to 5 oclock BLOODMOBILE WILL iBE AT SACATON ON MARCH 16TH 1 The Red Cross Bloodmobile i will be at Sacaton on March 16th at the Presbyterian Church starting at 1 Mrs Dan Sanford Bioodmobile chairman for Sacaton stated this week the Blood Bank in Tucson has been drawn on many times for the use of patients in the Government Indian Hospital at Sacaton and that the Indian peo ple have never been refused in I any request for blood It is hoped that all Indians at 1 Sacaton who meet the require raents for blood donors will eon tribute Local Red Cross officials have pointed out that anyone in the surrounding communities who might have missed the Bloodmo bile locally for any reason may contribute blood at Sacaton on March 16th Although the human brain reaches almost its maximum weight at the age of seven it continues to grow very slowly until age 20 when the weight begins to recline LANDSCAPING A Complete NURSERY STOCK Bedding Pkxnto Flowers and Vegetables FINAL NURSERY AND GABDEP CENTER w Mihst phone cm i Look at this Just see what you can get for ONE DOLLAR at A BIG BIG selection at a LOW LOW price Shop now 1 Dollar Days Event HAPPYVALE CREAM STYLE 303 CAN SILK GOLDEN CORN 9 for TOILET TISSUE 19 rolls HAPPYVALE 303 CAN 8 for HOSARITA 303 CAN BEANS for HUNTS OB DEL MONTE TOMATO SAUCE MILE HI COT GREEN BEANS ARMOURS PEANUT BUTTER users TOMATO JUICE WOULD WIDE SKIPPY DOG FOOD SCOTTIES FACIAL TISSUE LIBBYS CUT OR DICED NO 1 TALL CAN 12 for 400 4 for 303 CAN 16 for BEETS 10 for 303 CAN 7 for llOZ TUMBLER 3 for 46X52 CAN 4 for ZYz CAN PEARS 4 for HUNTS Slices or 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