D. I. Coons Entertained by Many before leaving for LA, Calif.
family 6 Everett hall. Faculty at at D. I. Coons Entertained Â· in Many Homes During Their Week in Greeley A round of luncheon and dinners have marked the stay oÂ£ : Rev. and | Mrs. D. I. Coon, who left Saturday morning by train for Los _.Angelea, Calif. On tho coast they are to yisft with their sons, Wendell and Gordon Coon. The Coons arrived in Greeley Sunday from Kearney, Nebr., spending that day with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. H., H. Harhaugb. entertained at 'their home. Monday noon, while Miss Luna Sniith and her mother, Mrs.. Almina Smith, had them as guests In the evening. The Coons enjoyed lunch Tuesday with Mrs. C. B. Larmon and. M's 3 Doris Larmon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Annette were, their hosts In the evening. With Mi-s. Dora Deffenbaugh and Rev. and Mrs. Coon as guests, Mrs. Maggie R. Smith presided over .charming luncheon Wednesday. At dinner in the evening, Mr. and Mrs, E. H. Houtchens and fainily we?e hosts., Roy. and Mrs. Jamos B. Bell invited the Coons to their home for luncheon Thursday, entertaining also the Misses Mabel and'Grace Coclirari. Miss Matlo Halbrook served dinner Thursday evening. Entertaining at the home 'of her grandmother, Mrs. B. F. Hill, Miss Marjorie Lewis had Rev. and Mrs. Coon and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B Lewis oÂ£ Gllcvest as, luncheon, guests Friday. The Misses Cochran, | entertained that evening, i. The Coons were houseguests for the I week at the Cochran home, 151^ I Eleventh streel, enjoying breakfas^;. with their hostesses each morning.