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   Dispatch, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1971, Douglas, Arizona                              Friday, May 28 .1971 News 3 The Douglas Cochise There is a pretty park there where many picnic, By Jessie On Wednesday evening, a This bit of news might'be district chairman, lives In Sie- bridal shower was given'at the very interesting to the-people rra. Visla, .but-came to Dou- Copacabana in Agua Prieta. of Douglas, .'to-learn that'Com- glas to present .the charter ;to tor Laura Davidson in honor of mander Robert T. 'Meloy of the-Elks Lodge.. After the meet- coming marriage to Coy the'USS Will'Rogers, a nuclear ing they served refreshments of ;Keith DcRusha or. June 5. The powered submarine'is the hus- cookies and punch. will be at the Nllra. band''of-the .former Luz Gay- iGra. de Guadalupe at 12 noon a Douglas girl. She ''Laura's parents are residents daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Green of El Paso, but at the 'Gaytan Jr., of-1122 lllh St. of 903 17th St., spent last Sun- present she .is visiting her Douglas. The.Meloys have day' sightseeing the many int- grandmother Mrs. Grace Lopez, three children, Todd Jr., Eli- cresting sights to be seen in who lives at First St. and Ave. z'aheth and Stewart. Cofnmar.- our own Arizona. With Sgt. Espinosa 107, Agua Prieta. De- der' Meloy'.is a native of Wash- Alex and Mrs. Lawrence, the Rusha is in the ..United States IJ. educated two couples took off to s e e Army and is based at Whvto in California prior what is called the N. M. The many friend's 19 his. entering the U. S: Na- Stronghold. of Laura gave her the beautiful val-Academy. .After his graduation from the and the Greens and Lawrences Naval Academy he served in with well packed picnic has- USS .Yorktown-until his .entry kets, did just that at this park, into submarine school' back in 1957. He completed this school it! 1959. In- 1900 Commander cresting place to visit. At one Meloy "entered "the submarine lime some descendants of nuclear power- program. .After .his .nuclear power training he served in USS. Patrick Henry, USS Tecumseh, and USS Grant Blue Crew Executive Offi- cer. He was also polaris em- ployment and submarine war- fare officcr'on the staff of. com- mander in-chief, II. S. Pacific Fleet. Ir. December 1970 the commander assumed command of the.USS Will.Rogers SSBN 659 Blue on Dec. 18. The USS Will Rogers was named after Will Rogers and christened so. Rogers was a.man of a dis- tincl character. A happy-man RoCHIn and always .himself. An aptor, philosopher and -a writer, and at one time a star in the Zieg- 42B and its. Auxiliary will hold which had a long a joint installation of officers in New York. He matched for 1971-72 on Saturday at 8 the character of the USS Will tiatcd into Kappa Delta Pi. has p.m. at the post home' at 736 Rogers, the nuclear powered been named Manzamta Halls submarine. Dispatch Clubs-Socials Edited By Ana Balluteros BPW Club Installs Officers, Chairmen Local Events Arizona Bank Closed Monday The Arizona .Bank will be closed Monday, in observance of Memorial Day. The .bank is joining other AH- Friday, May 28 zona ,irms are ing a three-day weekend, in ;30 honor of American servicemen who gave their lives for their country. 11 a.m. to registration drive sponsored by the Douglas Junior Women's Club in Phelps Dodge. Mercan- tile. ._ shower. A barbecue was served ar.d refreshments of cake arid cokes. After this, "the bride-to- be opened her many nice gifts and then all enjoyed dancing.. After a short honeymoon, De- Rusha and his bride will' turn to his base, where they will reside. Mrs. R. A. 1127 D Art., had as her guests over the weekend.' a Foster daugh- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil- liams of Taylor Falls. Also the Waller William's daughter Miss Margaret W3- liams. Margaret is attending College at Oklahoma City, Okla. :VFW Installs. Officers Jerome M. Leonard Post No. Gilbert Olscn The Douglas BPW Club held Girl of the Month, Mrs. Julia its regular meeting on May Mazanek; Civic Participation, They also visited the Old Store 24. tne Copper Room of the Mrs. Pat Year Book, at Pearce, which is a very int- Gadsden Hotel, This was the Mrs. Fern Johnson; Calling. last regular meeting for the Mrs. Tommie Cope; Chaplair., out-going officers since the Club does not meet during the three summer months except for socials. candy firm, back in Illinois owned the old store in Pearce. Miss Barbara Heay of Chula Vista, Calif, is visiting her par- ents the Herbert Rcays at 926 10th .-St.- .She is here-'also, to attend the graduations o[ a nephew', Steve Reay from Co- chise Cullegcvand a niece Sliar- 01: Reay, from Douglas High. Miss Reay is the manager of "The Border Federal Credit Union" in Chula Vista. Carolyn ftocMrPrTa's.'been' ini- OutsUnding Senior W o m a r. and is a nominee for Arizona James Golding, Assistant bis- SULe's Senior wo- G Ave. A buffet dinner will be served after the installation end a dance will be held from 1 a.m. until 1 a.m. Officers to be installed are: G. A. Ybarra, Commander: Herb White Jr. Si1., Vice' Com- mander; Louie Jordan, Jr. Vice Commander; Ossie Gonzales, Quartermaster: Robert Simp- kins, Chaplain: Joe Rosadilla. Surgeon: Ray Rabago Jr. Jud Sc'ouls -were invited. Bill ship supenor student and re- ge Advocate and Service Offi- Bloomquist who'plays the piano trie values of extra cer: Lionel Gillespie, three and plays it well, provided the cumtular activities -and the year trustee; Ed Kou-sW, hvo entertainment. The District development of general campus year trustee: the house com- .Chairman for Cochise South, rnittee ror.bists of Raul Vale'n- Delhert. Hines .presented the Sr.. James Kowski. Ralph charter .for-the year. Mrs. Julia Mazanek, Girl of the Month Chairman, introdu- ced the girl chosen for -May, Miss Irma Ulloa and her mo- ther, Mrsl Dora Ulloa. Trma has had a busy and successful High School record to support her ambitious for Ihc future. The new officers for Uie co- ming year were installed by Mrs. Patricia Sellings. They were: President, Mrs. Bohtrulla Presidcr.L Elect, Miss Ana Rivera.; first vice presi- dent: Marguerite second vice president: Mis, Sadie Ro- gers; recording secretary: Mrs. Lori Gcitfer- corresponding sec- -retar-y: Mrs. Connie Gomez and treasurer, Mrs. Boa Hoag. After the ceremony the Pre sident announced her Chainnrii for the coming year. TliSy arc: Mrs. Ida CuniminRs and Publi- city, Mrs. Pal StaUiugs. The Club unaiinously elected inlo membership, Mrs. Leslie Nicolas, who is employed at Uie Valley National Hank. Initia- tion for new mom hers ivilt be held in September. Plans were made for a Yard Sale to-be held later on it) the summer at the homo of Mrs. Lavinia Qmjjirla. All arc urged to gather items for tlie Sale and to help wilh the arrangements. 'The date and details foi1 a Pool Party Lo he liostecl by Mrs. Clare Glnss will be given the members by the telephone calling committee when they are finalized. Those present were: Mines. Boa Hong, Theo Mcrrilt. Forn Jnhiisun, Connie Gomez, Julia Mazanek. Nell Hurt, Alice Nal- Icy, Betsy Beedle. Pat Stallings. Iricl Commissioner for Cochise South reports that Boy Scout Troop No. 430 sponsored by the Elks Lodge No. -955- held their character presentation at the Elks Club Wednesday, night in lieu of a regular troop meet served as Sen- ator at ASU for Uie College of Education and has served as President of her floor in Man zanila. She is also a member of Phi Kappa Phi, an honor- Olsen Qualifies For Doctorate Gilbert Olsen, .business man- ager al Cochin College the past year, has qualified for a doc- torate from Arizona State Uni- versity, lie receive liis de- gree at commencement, Juno 1. The degree is doctorate in administration of higher educa- tion. Dr. Olsen's earlier degrees arc BSc and master in business administration From Utah Slate University. Dr. and Mrs. Olseu and four children reside in the DoublB Adob? area. Wednesday afternoon fellow workers at thi' college honored Dr. Olsen with a reception in tlie horird room and May 1'j, the board of the college and Dr. John H. Edwards, Jr., president of the college, will nonor Dr. and Mrs. Olsen at a reception in tlie Student. Union luimtfe ;iL 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 1 9 a.m. City summer recrea- tion program registration at Douglas High School Gym. p.m. The Auxiliary to Broken Arrow Barracks No. 2401 of I Veterans will meet at the home of Mrs. Ray Spencer, 15111 12th St, p.m. Veterans of World War I, Broken Arrow Barracks No. 2-101 will meet at Legion Hall, 1325 G Ave. Wednesday, June 2 1 p.m. The Sunshir.c Club of Eastern Star will meet at (he homo of Mrs. Paul Leanbcrgs, 933 D Ave. Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Show Starts WED. THRU SAT. PLUS STANLEY KRAMER "IT'S A MAD. MAD. MAD.MAD WORLD' FURNITURE And Home Supplies Appliances Living Itoom Sets DJnctlc Hcls llcdrooin Sets Plumbing Supplies Fixtures Linoleum Paints Hoofing Deciding Luggafc Turps it Canvas ing. The -parents of the Boy that member- Scouts -were invited. Bill sn'P student and Duron. Arfuro Galza. .and the Exalted Ruler Gomez. of (he "Mines the BENEFIT DANCE In behalf of American Legion Drum Bugle Corps, Douglas 9 p.m. lo 1 a.m. Saturday, May 29 Bushmaster Club Music by the Latinaires PRIZES! PRIZES! Donation Tickets available at the door or from American Le- gion Fred Hilburn Post No. 11. leadship. Carolyn -is a 1903 graduate of Douglas High -and is the daughter of Carlos Rocliin and Mrs. L. R. Rapier both of Dou glas. World Affairs. Mrs. Nell Burl Jo Woodall, Tommie Cope. Mar Personal Development. M r s. guerite Oder. Clare Glass, and TIico Merrill; Parliamcnlari- Misses .lean l.usk. Ai.a Rivc- an. Jean Lusk; SLndenl ra, Inna Ulloa and her mother Loan. Mrs. Dean Rloomqiiist; Mrs. Dora Ulloa. Women Golfers Dear Elect Officers Editor 10% DISCOUNT On Cash Sales Over FREE LOCAL DELIVERY POWERS STORE 758 G Ave. Ph. 364-5861 C. L. Powers Huachuca City Position Filled By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS One city council seat was filled in Monday's general elec- tion in Huachuea City and three newcomers were named to the Benson town council. In Huachuca City. Bruce Pat tersnn received 36 votes to win the council vacancy, toppling opponent Lee Taylor, who polled 17 votes. Patterson, Taylor and a third man, James Keeley, were the top three write-in candidates for the vacancy during the pri- mary. However. Keeley asied that his name be withdrawn. The council's other four mem- bers were re-elected during an election April 1. In Benson, incumbents Rich- Hesser won re-election, and three new council members, Jerry Lee, Alexander Radovan- ovich and Leo Colderson, were named to Uie governing .body. The five council-members will select a mayor from among themselves. New officers of the Douglas Women Golfers wore elected at a business meeting and ham- burger fry held Saturday at Ihc home of Rutli Mason. The la- dies unanimously accepted Lhs report of the nominating com- mittee and chose Mrs. U. L. (Elsfe as their president and Mrs. Waller (Millie) Allen as secretary-treasurer. The new president has appointed Mrs. Byron (Billie) Payne as tier RnHpfl Senior Citizens will be honor ed Saturday at Uie lOLh Annual Arizona High School S t a t a Championship Rodeo. Any one over 65 years of age will not have to pay to attend (he formance at 1 p.m. Service- men, with proper identification, will have free, admission to Ihe rodeo both Saturday and Sundav. vice-prcsidenl ar.d will announce other appomLments later. The president's Cup w.a s awarded to Alice Dclancy on behalf of John Cull, past presi- dent, nf ihr bnarri nf the Drm- Golf Club. Prizes were presented In winners 'if tho spring bandi cap tournament. Jane Love was medalist ar.d secnncl in flight. Al i ce Del a ney v. nil Ihc- ch a in pionship flight and Clara Jor- fcnsrm was third. First flight had Phyllis O'Cmincll as the BiJlir- Payne second ar.d Lnnisc Snetlden Itiird. The twilight Icafluc is in full swing and Team N'o. 2 is still out in front. In Tuesday's play Ruth Ala son mitl Jane Lnve defeated BilHc Jay and Joyce Smith. Dorothy Loney and Juanita won over Jo WhiLtinglnn and Billie Pay no. Alice Delaney and Mac1 Wirick beat Dee Grosbupf Helen Grainger and Edtn Moser and Dear Kdilur: I'm glad to learn UiaL the .Douglas Dispatch did not alter, change, or edit the Associated Press article nbouL the Jolv. Birch Day proclamation. It how altered or censored the neus often is hy tlie lime Jl reaches Tho Dispatch. Pulitzer Prize- Winner Morric Ryskind. nationally syndicated colunmi.st. says interpretive re- porting is the bluest psychG lugiual weapon in Ihc armament of Ihe Liberal quote: neus is not nt-arly ,'js impoitanl as the manner in which it is filtered down to the public. An no item is too small to he passed without going Hi rough Llie screening process, After all. war is war'1. That's what Eyskinc! says. Lucille J- Gtirlcy. Dinighis, If it is difficult for the Senior Clara Jorgenson defeated Mil- Citizens to sit in the grand- ho anfl Rel1'' 51ih- stands at Uie county fairgrounds lng for during the performances, they will be allowed to park their cars next to the fence and en- joy the show in more comfort. Everyone is urged to join in the fun and "Go Western" for Rodeo Week in Douglas. CONGRamaTiONS, YOU OLD SMaHTiESi There's no better way to describe the Seniors.' Because of their, past record of hard work and solid achievements, we're sure ttierr future wrfl be one of centinuinf success. Our very finest' wishes to the entire'Senior Class. MARTY DESS PHOTO SERVICE 525 9lh St 364-2721 up will be as follows: Ruth Mason and Billie Payne against Dee Gi'nshnpf and Dor- othy Brown, Jo Whrltington and Jane Love vs. Millie Allen and Helen Grainger. .-Mice Del- anny and Clara Jorger. son against Rillin J.iy and Juanitd governing board will mest at 3 Wheeler and Edna Moscr and p.m. June 7 instead of June 10 Mae Wirick vs. Dorothy Loney in the building board-room. and Joyce Smith. Dear Edilor: Tile Women Golfnrs nf the Douglas Golf and Social Club wish to extend their thanks to Due to tlic closing of the club you lor the fine publicity given Tuesday, next week's play mil this past playing year, be Thursday evening. The line- Our many tournaments and so- ial events ould not have run so smoothly without your fine cooperation. Again nur deepest appreciation to you. Uillie Payne, 1'a.st President CC Board Meets The J u r. c Cochise College and Publicity Chairman, glas Women Golfers. 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BILL BRECK DODGE 22nd St. at Columbus 327-7461 ONLY MOTOR HOME SPECIALISTS IN THE SOUTHWEST I Arizona High School Rodeo Events PARADE 9a'm' Saturday RODEO Saturday and Sunday At 1 p.m. At The Fairgrounds, Adults 1.50, Students QUEEN'S DANCE At The Elks Club, Per Person to! a.m. i Music by: BORDER PLAYBOYS Benodt Arizona High School Rodeo Association   

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