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AJO COPPER NEWS Page 2 Please! Help! Socorro! Aidez moit Hilfel Delores Dickerson says her customers are asking how to keep their Christ- Freecheese distributed Wednesday Free surplus cheese will be distributed this Wed- nesday, December 15, to people meeting economic criteria. The distribution will begin at l p.m. the. VFW Hall and continue until the supply of cheese runs out. One of the people in- volved in the distribution commented. "Anyone wanting free cheese should show up early. We usually run out of cheese by 3 p.m." Senior Citizens of Why give to Christmas fund When members of the Senior Citizens Club at Why gathered for a potluck dinner last Thur- sday, December 9, they decided to help the Ajo Christmas fund. They collected $83.55 to help ensure the arrival of Santa on December 24. Donations to the fund are being accepted at the Copper Coffee Shop. Quacks by Ann David mas trees fresh, green, and needle covered. She also says that the Copper News "a couple of years ago" published a sort of recipe for keeping the needles on the tree and off the carpet. We have searched the back files diligently, but we can't find the article and We can't recall any "keep your tree green" recipe. If anybody clipped it out or memorized it, or have a good one of their own, would you please let the Copper and News and Mrs. Dickerson know? Not us We'd help from our per- sonal experience, but it's been many a year since we had a live tree--and, as we recall, the needles fell off them e/ery year then. The real reason we went to an artificial tree is that we always felt like heels when we took the withered, needle-less remnant of the real tree out to the garbage. It was such an inglorious change from being the cen- ter attraction of the living room to being a dreary stick leaning against the garbage can. OK, so trees don't think or feel. We do. Charlie O'Coyne Ajo man elected Secretary ASBA Charlie O'Coyne a member of Ajo School District Gorverning Board for the past four years, was recently elected Secretary of the Arizona School Boards Association at its convention in Phoenix. Mr. O'Coyne is the general mine foreman of the New Cornelia Branch of Phelps Dodge. He is also active in the Methodist Church. and has been a member of the Toast- master club. Feeling young gets to be such a habit that it's hard to part with. Happy Birthday Roland Love, Morn and Angelica i Guenther's by AI Guenther It is time to start preparing for the 1983 Spring turkey and firearms javelina hunts. Ap- plications will be accepted by the Arizona Game and Fish Department between December 13, 1982, and January4, 1983. Both of these hunts are in 1983, so you will have to purchase an 1983 hunting or combination license, or fill out a special license ap- plication form available at all license dealers and in- clude the price of the licen- se which you mail to the Department in the hunt permit application en- velope. Hunting and fishing licenses should be available at license dealer about December 14, 1982. They make good Christ- mas gifts. Everyone who applies for a hunt permit for a 1983 firearms big game hunt must enclose the tag fee for Gome Thursday, December 16'1 the big game animal they are applying for, and a $3.00 application handling fee. Therefore, a fee of $10.50 must be enclosed in the hunt permit ap- plication envelope for a person who applies for javelina. ($21.00 if two people apply in the same envelope.) A fee of $10.00 must be enclosed in the hunt permit application envelope for a person who applies for the spring turkey hunt. All payments enclosed with hunt permit ap- plications must be made payable to the Arizona Game and Fish Deoart- ment by certified check, cashier's check, money or- der, or person check or draft drawn on a bank, credit union, or savings and loan institution with a business office in Arizona. No cash will be accepted. I will be glad to help you Thl Copper Published Ever' at Ajo, Arizona Second Class Postag 1 at Ajo, ArizOna Publisher.. Hollister Editor. Ann 33 Plaza P.O. Ajo, Subscri In County... Out of County$12.00 Plus4 1SSN 010-660 Deadlines: Ads--Monda News-Tuesda Classified fill out your hunt application if some problems. not ask me at minute to help yoU, 1402N.2nd Longs Meat Market I T-Bone ..................................... ,b Round Steak ....................... Ground Beef ........................ Bone in Chuck Roast ......... ! Fresh Beef Feet E ......... ........ Fres Tnpas ......................... Fresh Beef Tripe ................... of Beef .............................. u. Front Quarter ..................... ,b00l I Hind Quarter 111 |E RO(ll (HIUII(H AJO FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH DIRECTORY Schedule of Services Ajo Heights Baptist Church James T. Gore Paslor 1750 N. Second A c. Sunday School ................. .............. 9:3(I a.m. Morning Worship ............................. 10:30 a.m. I:vening Worship .............................. 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Service ...................... 6:iX) p.m. Preachill.v ( "hril ( "rite(fled, Rise/& ( "omm Aam. p Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Ionlhe Plaza) Rector,,' 101 Rocalla 387-7049 SUNDAY MASSES: Saturday Vigil ....................... 6:(X) p.m. Sunday. ......... 8 :(X) a.m., I t):O0 a.m.. 5:30 p. m. I)AII.Y MASS: Men. - Fri .......................... 7:3Oa.m. CONFESSIONS: Saturday ..................... 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. Church Groups Cursillistas, Calholic Daughters of America', . Prayer Group, Knights of Columbus, Columbiap Squires, Youth Minislry. Mt. Zion Church of Ajo 1500 Washinglon 387-7377 CHARISMATIC Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today, and forever. Hb. !3:8 .Schedule of Services Thurs. - Mid Week Service ..... 7:00 p.m. Sat. - Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Sun. - Bible Study ............. 9"30 a.m. Sun. - Morning Worship ...... 10:45 a.m. Babysitter is provided ]or 0-5 years Pastor Tom Messer ,'t (, lnlCron :.uld , oj', . A illi I lil,.ch. I'aqol ()fl ic 387-7 ! ,' ? I tome 347-6221 God has something better for you 9:45 o.m. Sundog School 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship Children's Church 7:00 p.m. Evening Wors'hip First Baptist Church (Southern) Gilbert Taeger, Pastor 387-6242 He SUNDAY SERVICES Bible Study Worship Service ..................... Church Training .... ........ ......... 6:001 Worshi;, Service ............. ...... .. WEDNESI)AY BibleSludy- Prayer Hour .............. WE PREACH A I IVIN(, %a'.iour',. CiRAC'I': & I)'IN(; Saviour"" I RISIN %u'.iour',,IZ't)Fl(;A ( ()MINC; %axiour ''Cil Ajo Church of Christ 530 Pale Verde SUNDAY SERVICES Bible Sludv . .................................. 9:' Wor,,hip . . .................................. 10: Eening Vor,,hip .............................. WEDNESDAY 'ednesday Evening Bible SIlidy.. 7:001 Women's Class Wednesdays ..................... Robert ('. Adams Mini,,ter The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 100Cedar St. 9:00a.m ............ Priesthood and 10:00 " SundaY" ....... Sacrament 10:50 ........ .....,:. 387