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News El Rancho Super Market Invites Public To Open House Continued treat Pace 1 north of the store can accommodate 250 cars. Some of the behind the scenes equipment and storage facilities thai may be ueued during Thurs' Thurs' \ 's onen house will include the 9 large compressors that are lueded to keep all 182 feet of refrigerated self-sen-ice eases at the p r o p e r temperature. The pjcvous 12' x 15* walk-in-cold -torage room for meats, the speci: speci: 1 me.it packaging equipment, the 'atsje 10' x 12' cold stroage room fresh produces and the big MODERN MACHIVES SPEED COTTON the back the store | clear across building The long north and south walls are painted a light cartreuse and are accented by the dark green eas* :.rd west walls. The store is brightly lighted by four double ^ t n n g i o. flourescent lights. The two partners. George Pen- mngton, J r , and Wesley Little, \\h-o own El Rancho Market are' well known in the grocery bus"v-s bus"v-s in this area. Mr. Pennington o w n s 1'ennmgton's Boys Market in S i h e r City and Mr. Little was n rhaige of the meat department] : the t i m e the market was opened ' H'-Si*. 1 or the past three years M t Little HUN been a market man- -:· · f r Food M . r t in Silver City i ' ''' L-ii Ci uces. ! Cieoige I V n n m g t o n , Jr., grew up · *ht ffioco'j business around Sil- C ' t \ \ \ h e i e his father George 1' t 'i n i n g t o n \\ ho moved to S'her City in 1930 to open I ' f p n i n e t o n \Vbojpv,,] e Grocers in Si.ier C i t j ard later opened the B ' c v h \ a y M i r k e t theie. Mr. Pen- I'nisrton. Sr , miened stores in Sil- M:I- City. Bay.nd. Lordsburg and Duncan and for several years operated a store in Deming. By · x o - k i n g \ \ i t h hi* father in the wholesale grocery business, and -en ins the retail stores. George, J r , had a splendid opportunity to learn the grocery business. After George. Jr's discharge from the coast guard in 1945 he bought his first store which he Hi«h speed ruklratiao it jmttible with uproou weed* and mm and break* the soil pet cent of pretent day ctttaa eakiratiac opened in September 1946 in Sil \ e i City. He was married in 1947 to Barbara Blackman also of Sil er City. They now have two chil sii'ii. Ted who will enter the sec ond grade next year and Shen \\ ho is five. The Penningtons hope to mo\e to Deming at a later date In 1949 he sold his first store I and opened Pennington Boy's M u s k e t which he will continue to operate under the management oi 1» -Utonurano. Mi and Mrs. Wesley Little wil; celebrate their 26th Wedding an- m \ ( i s a r y in Deming on July 7. T I H \ and their two younger child child u n , Charlene who will be a -»e H.I at Deming High School next \ t F . r and Steve who is nine have it-ined a home in Deming. Their two older children. Wesley L i t t l e , Jr., and Mrs. John Fowler i . mamed and live in Fry, Ariz. .'ii.i Siher City. Except for the last year when Mr Little managed the Food Mart in Las Cruces the Littles have lived in Sil\er City for the past 15 years. In addition to managing the meat market at Pennington Boys M-u-ket and acting as market manager manager for Food Mart, Mr. Little had his own business in that area for se\eral years. Tour of Leaves A third Mexicans to vacation will July 17, Lloyd Albuquerque puU'c announced thi? Bloodworth s be limited to ,"5 of the shortage accommodations during in Mexico City. This trip is response to many over New Mexico wish to visit of the summer. Those wishing should get in Bloodworth at his Franciscan Hotel CARD OF I wish to ers, Sunshine vho remembered ?ifts, cards and recent illness. ne. Nellie

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  1. The Deming Headlight,
  2. 01 Jul 1955, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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