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COPPER NEWS Page 3 Thursday, December 16, 1982 2nd Six Weeks Honor Roll Deputy Sheets i C IIZA/Or'...--'-" rs Havins, Robin 3.40O tells Rotarians oyote Howls News aic Barrick, Thomas 3.333 ,Carla 4.000 Brown, Paul 3.333 of crime fight. More than 120 people Missouri also registered. S, lngrid .'0 Giambernardi, Stacy 3.333 ' Laura v ', Lozano, Casey 3.333 Sheriff's deputy J. D. enjoyedheld at athePOtlUCkwhy dinnercom. Washington, RayandFayeRay&Harriet Wilshire of nez, Oli ia ..uu, Ballesteros, Marian 3.200 Sheets told Rotary of Ajo munity building at 5:30 Heasley of Washington, ez, Maria 4.000 Heydorn, Michelle 3.200 criminal activity and ways p.m. December 9. The Rodney and Fern Nelson ",Martin 3.800 Northrup, Wendy 3.200 to combat it, when he amner was 1ouowea oy a _ ,t,_.: ........ . U/ Vv llillgton, PltOn alga 318 Peterson, Joni 3.200 spoke for Meade Cole last Senior Citizens Club Martin of Texas, Lura Marie Nogales, Myrna 3.200 Thursday. meeting. Club officers Ann Darden Texas, Evan 1'4Rr 'E,,4IN,.$'..__, Suzette 3.750 Castillo, Saroya 3.167 He discussed the were elected. They are: and Evelyn Launer of 3.667 Celaya, Katrina 3.000 "neighborhood watch" 3.600 Joyner, Kevin 3.000 program, which has been a Rhonda 3.500 O'Mailey, Mike 3.000 major factor in Ajo's Becky 3.500 decreasing burglary rate , Jose 3.500 Sophomores this year. He also went over Anna 3.500 Academic the organization of citizen John 3.400 Feldman, Rhonda 4.000 classes in crime preven- ,Jeff 3.400 Garcia, Cynthia 4.000 ion, saying "We hope to 3.250 McKay, Liz 4.000 make the general populace Lori 3.250 O'Coyne, Denise 4.000 aware, and alert, to Lisette 3.250 McBiles, Kellie 3.800 possible criminal activity. Kelley 3.250 McKay, Jan 3.750 But please: just observe 3.250 Jerez, Lorenzo 3.600 and report. Don't act!" Debbie3.250 Miller, Sandra 3.600 Officers of the law are r, Sandi 3.200 Helton, Denise 3.500 trained and armed to cope Concha 3.200 Ivey, Danette 3.500 with burglars and other 3.000 Martinez, Tim 3.500 criminals; the average David 3.000 Zozaya, Eric 3.500 citizen is not. 3.000 Alegria, Micheile 3.333 School programs and Brenda 3.000 Hernandez, Tracy 3.167 citizen volunteer groups ,Yvette 3.000 Mojica, David 3.000 assist the law enforcement Mota, Diana 3.000 groups, and save taxes by Mota, Robert - 3.000 helping to forestall Meliton 3.500 Olais, Myrna 3.000 criminal activity. Some 3.500 Shields, Tim 3.000 communities have had Ruben 3.500 Debbie 3.250 Freshmen from 60 to 80 percent Bobby 3.200 Academic decreases in crime through Cynthia 3.200 Kilgore, Dennis 4.000 the citizen watch Donald 3.00( Taoka, Darin 4.000 programs. 3.000 Henshaw, Heather 3.833 P, Darlyne 4.000 Julie 4.000 dodi 3.800 Sidra 3.600 3.600 jo, Danny 3.600 Oscar 3.500 Cano, Annalisa Lopez, Paul Meden, Rex Benayides, Alicia Helms, Ginnine Mendez, Paulette 3.167 Reid, Melissa 3.167 Malvido, Patricia 3.000 Ornelas, Paul 3.000 Sandoval, Danielle 3.000 Christmas Play" be " by the kids of the First Church. 19, at 7:00pro is invited. 3.667 Myrna Udell 3.333 3.333 promoted in 3.167 3.167 Oklahoma City Myrna Udell, daughter of Delia Goar and the late Herbert Goar, has been appointed to the position of Assistant Director of Medical Surgical Nursing at Oklahoma Memorial Hospital in Oklahoma City. Oklahoma Memorial is one of three teaching hospitals affiliated with the University of Oklahoma. Myrna was born and raised in Ajo, graduating from Ajo high school in ! 962. Shop Plaza Jewelers for Xmas Savings OFF president, Jack Winstead; vice president, Harry Sager; Secretary, Eileen Adams; treasurer, Gladys Lewis; and activity com- mittee, Gordon Mitchell and Judy Gramblin. The craft sale held last Saturday, December 11, was well attended. Nineteen tables of crafts and miscellaneous items were set up. and good sales were reported. A Christmas decorating contest will be held by the park. Judging will be on December 19. The list of new arrivals at Coyote Howls is a long one. It includes Russell and Leola Sharp of New York, Lee and Margery Upton of Nebraska, Ivan and Cap Schwend of Idaho, Earl and Muriel Wonser of Idaho, Joan Wonser of Idaho, Arline Metzer of Idaho, Bud Leasher of Kansas, John and Sophie Aalta of British Columbia, Alfred and Jean Unden- berg of Alberta, A.F. and Lillian Richy of Michigan, Henry and Delores Car- boni of Florida. Walter and Agnes Can- nard of Oregon, Don and Thelma Burger of Califor- nia, Royal and Bessye Hopper of Oklahoma, Cliff and llene Tripp of Washington, Leo and Ruth Furgeson of Mon- tana, Sybil McGinnis of Minnesota, Norman and Marjorie Calthorpe of Oregon, Mary Bowman of Oregon, Chuck and Kathleen Akin of Oklahoma, Forrest and Viola Davis of New Mexico, Grace Chase, Sherry Chase, Paul Chase and Ken Shaw of New York, Elwood Hagen of Utah, Thelbert and Mer- celle Atkinson of Utah, Dick and Carolyn Lowry of Colorado, and Emmett and Ellen McAiister of Washington, Dwayne and Opal Boyle of California. Burton and Irene Secord of Ohio, Jim and Sabina Divelbliss of Idaho, lla Lewis of Texas, Eathan and Lois Elliott of Mon- tana, Elmer and Bernice Langhoff of Wisconsin, Dan and Clara Putts of Wisconsin, Martin and Chris Spielbusch of Oregon, Tina Kuhs of Wisconsin and Pat and Lorene Wells of Washington also added their names to the list of Park residents. This brings the number of park residents to over 400. Bits&Pieces La Mine Toastmasters Meets Monday Evening at6:3Op.m. Copper Coffee Shop Los Cabelleros Club of Ajo Meets 2nd and 4th Wed. 5:30 pm ---9 An optimist is a guy who goes ahead and makes a _ j ,,, * ...... deposit on his vacation /*-//'"' before his tax refund comes through. Character is what you " arein thedark. ..... , ' professional American CIlizens Social Club care. Host dry cleaning gets carpets cleaner, keeps them clean M4ERI0000 IIOST Meets Ist & 3rd Wednesdays 7:30 pm e"x Loyal Order of Moose '1593 Meets I'st'3rd Tues. of the month at7 30p.m.ot MOOSE LODGE MelvM Kornock Secretary, AJOLODGENO 361 c andA.M 'Meets third Wednesday of month 7 30 p m KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Father George Feeney Councd Machine Rental $3.50 for 1st 3 hrs 7.7.560 No. 5471 Santa00 Coming to Town00 m I Christmas Carmval Sunday aftor Lro.m. I OIdGroorlwov Monston Columbian Squires Applies to s.o0000everythingltems Only in store  Friday Dec. tl Moss eo(h weekendo, l[ 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm Cash orBank Card z e.. lecreationHall ,Oo* ._ ,.:CUB New December Hours N  -.r ;., w U t' " 10 a.m. to 5,00p.m. Monday thru Saturday  w,,o,  ,,. Pl J I 0 aza ewe ers., ........ U .1." lrels Attest frame t6,11/,,, g a ,s,, 207Toladro 387-7011  . 25' pergome Support A/o Fire Dept. M',,e, Ist & 3rd rhurs ............... : ........................................ ......................................................... .......................................... "# . eachrrtomh otS:O0 m .......