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FRIDAY. JANUARY 2.°,. 1042
Mrs. Golden Is Guest Os Honor At Tuesday Tea Mr* A Culver Golden of Rrook 1' *• Massachusetts. was guest of honor at a tea given by her daugh t. i- law Mrs Joe Golden In her home on Tuesday afternoon. A bine and white color scheme w.»s attractively carried out in tea table appointments and a note of gayety was added by flowers In complimentary shades. Mrs. Golden, who arrived last week, will be here for an indefinite stay. Guests were Mesdames G. H Walker. Louis Gastellum. Parke GEO. Y. WAH “EVERYTHING FOR THE TABI.F. UNDER ONF. ROOF" J Fruits and V egetables i** y ORANGE^ Rip«, Delicious, Butterly pj nk Meat __ EACH 1 0C do!e * f,, r 1 0C Your weekly food order plays an important part in the defense of your home, protecting the health of your family and keeping its members well fed and happy. Have those orders filled at Geo. Y. Wah where Quali -11 V ty, Economy and your Satisfaction get priorty. You'll find our clean modern market fairly bursting with llalllAflfl iflllfish *«»• food in aII the departments, everything appetizingly displayed—Everything arranged for Quick Easy Firm green, Mountain * ” grown, Excellent and ten- Delicious for Pie or Baking - ..... . ... * der for Cole Slaw or with - j* * a a i 3“ IOC SUPERIOR QUALITY MEATS def N e^°STAM ps nil, . LEMONS BEEF ROAST SKf£:.Sr,S KtlUDarD Large Juicy. Hot lemonade will help dispel the CHUCK ROUND BONE ROLLED RIBS Take your change in stamp*. Fancy Cherry family’s colds lb . lb. 24C ,b - 31 C Delicious for pie or sauce w w 3 - loc 2 - ZSC veal Butter a W O COLORADO COLD I id Wilson Certifed Veol Jk M KJ Crown Roast SHOULDER ROAST BREAST O' VEAL 1L )Qi| Fancy Extra Fancy Fancy Extra Fancy IU» jOV Ram.Ba.uly Newtown Pippin. 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E. C. Glpe. A. T. Bicknell. F. A. Chrlsman C. A. Richey. Ray Lin.lemann, Natt N. Dodge, Charlie Steen. Art Thomas Ben Arnold. Ancll Tavlor, F. E. Stonehoeker and daughter Oralle. C. FI Ripley, Jerome C. Miller of Santa Fe, New Mexico, John Uesholt of Santa Fe New Mexico, and A. G. Hupfel. o Chapmans Honored A purprise gift shower wan given for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman in honor of their 9th wedding anni versary on Monday night at Trini ty Tabernacle by a group of their friends. Following presentation of the gifts refreshments were served. Birthday Dinner At Jamieson Home Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jamieson were hosts at a triple-birthday din ner in their home on Sunday. Those whose birthdays were being cele brated were Mrs. Jamieson’s mother, Mrs. A. T. Colton of Flor ence. her great granddaughter Jean Allen Vallandingham of Florence and Mr. Jamieson. A large birthday cake replete with candles formed the high light of the dinner. Those present were Messrs, and Mesdames M. H. Grossmiller of Coolidge. H«-n Thum. E. O. Devine,j Jim Vallandingham, children Jean, and Jimmy, and Mrs. Colton all of Florence, Mrs. It. V. Clark of New Mexico and Dave Hood of Globe THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Birthday Party Mrs. Willard Autrey entertained with a party for her son Billie on his first birthday Wednesday after noon. Baloons were used as deco rations and boxes of animal crack ers were favors. Mrs. Autrey took pictures of the children whild they played. Guests were Jo Nell McEuen. Mickey Cagalj. Myrna Delgado. Dorothy Fuller and their mothers Mrs. Carlos Delgado. Mrs. Mitchell Cagalj and Mrs. J. N. McEuen. o • Ray McEuen, who has been seri ously ill in a hospital at Safford is reported to be improving. He is a former* Coolidge resident and the brother of Earl McEuen. Anderson-Bower Exchange Vows In Quiet Ceremony Miss Gracie Combs Anderson and J. L. Bower were married in a simple wedding ceremony witness ed only by members of the family and close friends Thursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adkins. The Reverend J. N. Camp bell, pastor of the First Baptist church of Coolidge, performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. C. N. Anderson and attended Coo lidge Union High School. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bower and attended Florence Union High School. The bride wore a dress of white sharkskin with white accessories and a corsage of shell-pink carna tions. Those who witnessed the cere money were the bride’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abbott and Mrs. Ted Moore, the groom’s sister. Mr. and Mrs. Bower will make their home in Coolidge where he Is employed with the Dixie Oil Company. o Ben Jo Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohen, is recovering from the measles. He developed them soon after his mother left for Texas. Mrs. Cohen is expected to return tomorrow. Page Three Mrs. Smith Hostess A group of friends met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Mur ray Friday night for pot luck din ner and an evening of cards with Mrs. Hartey Smith, the Murray’s daughter, hostess. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loucks, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Talla, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. Murray. o • Mrs. George Cullumber and Mrs. John Skrla left Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Phil Neese and daughter Sandra Kay in Douglas. They plan to return tomorrow. Mrs. Neese and Mrs. Cullumber are Mrs. Skrla’s daughters.