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oarks-Taylor ormer Residents Wed In New Mexico Word comM from Santa Fe of »he surprise marriage there of «» Johnnie Sparks, daughter of *’r. and Mrs. E. H Sparks of ■ >olld|(e to Chester B. Taylor of v «tee Center. Kansas. Mlbs arks is a graduate of the C. H S. with the class of 1941. • d prior to her move to Santa ♦* was employed by Coolidge inch of Arizona Edison Com ny. Last year she served as ••cretary to Wesley Kirby, super tendent of Coolidge grammar < hools. She went to Santa Fe ith the personnel of Southwest •n Monuments staff when head arters were moved to the Park <**nrice building there. She was ierk stenographer to superintend •;t C A. Richey and assistant su perintendent, Dr. Robs Maxwell. The bridegroom is a graduate on C. U. H. S. in the class of ' 40 and is a farmer in Kansas. The wedding took place in the ! :rst Presbyterian church at eight • •clock. Saturday evening, No vember 21 with the Rev. Ken ••th Keeler, officiating. Merle STARTS TOMORROW Tenth Annual Florence Junior Parada I Be Sure To See This j Unique Premier Attraction of the Great Southwest I NSORiED I FLORENCE a j PARENT CHAMBER OF teacher S COMMERCE 1 Florence, November 28-29 CONTESTANTS 5 To 18 CASH PRIZES I Admission: 25 to 60c; Men In Uniform 4-Oc, Including Tax—No Extra Charges CHAS. A WHITLOW, Arena Director | Saturday Night Dance Sponsored By Florence Junior Womans Club DAILY PARADES • • • 12:00 A. M. SHOWS - - - 2:00 P. M. j This Space Contributed by Coolidge Merchants as a Good Neighbor to Florence GEO. Y. WAH VALLEY HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO. SAFEWAY STORES MANDELL & HARRIS VALLEY NATIONAL BANK E. C GRASTY IMPLEMENT CO. 1 POPULAR DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. COOLIDGE EXAMINER | Swatek was the bridesmaid and I.ulfl Gastellum was best man Nattalle Dodge played Mendels sohn’s Wedding March. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the homos Mr. and Mrs. Natt N. Dodge, where Miss Sparks had been living. The gueßt list at the ceremony and reception is as follows: Mr. and Mrs. C. A Richey, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Parke Soule. Peter Soule. Harry Linder. Mr. and Mrs. Luis Gastellum. Mrs Willard Bradley, Mrs. Ida L Lents, Mrs. Merle W. Swatek. Nut talie. Griffin and Judith Dodge. Mrs. Florence Dodge, and Mr. an 1 Mrs. Natt N. Dodge. The couple left immediately af ter the reception for their home in Kansas. They plan to visit Carlsbad Caverns on the way. The bride is a sister of Mrs. Clyde La Marr of Coolidge, the former Miss Ruby Sparks. o— ■ • Mrs. Herbert Edwards of Su perior was a weekend guest at the home of her brother and sis ter-in law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks Mrs. Edwards formerly taught school in Coolidge. Mr. Hicks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R I* Hicks of Winkleman spent Sun day with the Hicks family. 1 Valley Farm News Mrs. Edna McGuire of Flagstaff is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morrow. Little June Morrow, aged 5. is in the hospital recovering from an appendix operation. Mr. H C. Brannon and Clyde Aker were guests of the Edg- - * family on Sunday. A1 Frazier has gone to El Paso Texas in answer to a message that his wife was critically 111 in a hospital at that place. Mrs. Frazier and little daughter went to El Paso a week ago to visit her sister. Jay Wright of Angelos and Jack Wright of Wilmington. Calif, paid the S. C. Wright family a flying visit Saturday. o • Mrs. P. E. Kent received a let ter this week from her son Will iam B Fent. serving with the armed forces in Ireland, that he had been promoted from staff ser geant to master sergeant. He is a brother of Miss Ix>is Fent and Phil Fent. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER Mrs. Gerlach Makes Official Visit To Coolidge Rebekahs Mrs. Lina Gerlach of Tucson, president of Rebekah Assembly, Independent Order of Odd Fel lows. made her official visit to Coolidge Rebekah Lodge on Fri day night. Other special guests were Fred Gerlach. Past Grand Master of Grand T I O O. F. of Arizona and Ltt’lan League, past president Re]■.•»!*ah Assembly. A dinner for guests and mem bers was served In Masonic Temple by the Rebekah Sew and So club, at 6 p. m. An autumn motif was used in table decora tion and patriotic colors were us ed in the lodge room. President Gerlach was presented with a gift from the lodge. About 40 were present, includ ing guests from Casa Grande and Tucson. o • Miss Margaret Moody of Clif ton left Tuesday for California af ter spending several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Moody. Miss Moody, who is county secretary of social secur ity, plans to attend a special sor ority meeting while on the coast, t Celebrates Eighth Birthday Satin-day Shirley Odom celebrated her eighth birthday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Odom on Saturday. Lawn games furnished the afternoon’s enter tainment. which was climaxed by the cutting of a birthday cake, on which Shirley blew out the candles. Those present were Richard Morris, Kathleen McCleery, Eliz abeth Truitt. Dickie Ware, Albert Kenworthy, Lanny Wallace and Ludie Odom. o Auxiliary Sews For Red Cross Members of Community Presby terian Church Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. C. J. Moody for a pot luck luncheon on Thursday The afternoon was spent in sewing for the Red Cross. o • Mrs. J. T. Allen and children Betty Lou and Dickie of Tucson are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burtcher. Mrs. All&n is Mrs. Burtcher’s niece. STORKTTORIAL BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson of Phoenix, former Coolidge resi dents, became the parents of a baby boy on November 20th. He weighed seven and a half pounds and was born at the J. A. Wilson ho'me in Coolidge. BABY BOY Mrs. Sylvia Walker, whose hus band is serving in the armed forces, became the mother of a baby boy on November 24th. He was born at Florence Hospital. BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gilmore be came the parents of a 'baby boy on November 21st. He weighed eight and a half pounds and was born at their home. BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Daniels became the parents of a baby boy on November 23rd. He weighed eight pounds and was born at their home in Randolph. They have named him Bernardo. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1942 Local Happenings • Harry Sheller and Phil Fent spent Sunday on a combined quail and duck hunt at Picacho Lake. They could not report their limit, although “luck was fair.” • Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Chandler in cluded W. W. Milliken, Oscar Bar rett and Earl Chandler, all of Santa Monica. California. During their stay the Chandlers celebrat ed with a family reunion Thanks giving dinner at which Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Chandler and Eugene Chandler of Coolidge completed the group. • Miss Helen Attaway, who is employed at Davis-Monthan Air Base. Tucson, spent last weekend at the ranch home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Attaway. Since transportation has grown so diffi cult. Miss Attaway makes only a visit a month to her home. • Mr. and Mrs .Leon Smith and Carl Anderson were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. John son for a quail dinner Monday' evening.