EVENING, MARCH 16; MORNJNG, MARCH 17, 1937 THE GREELEY DAILY TRIBUNE. GUEEt-EY. COLORADO PAGE THREE Ace Club Of Ault "The Magic Beanstalk," an operetta, vtll be presented Wednesday after- loon and Thursday night at the Meeker junior high school auditorium by the pupils of Lincoln schools. Wednesday's performance is at 3:30 in the afternoon; Thursday's porform- ince is at 7:30 in the evening. Dauth, physical education by Miss Mabel M. visor of music. The operetta is in three acts and- participants will be costumed attractively. Act one takes place in an old English village green. The second act Is the fair and the third act is again on the village green. Characters: Jack _Sanford Gelman Jack's Mother _Gerald!ne Hanselman Captain Kidd -Richard Greenwalt Gipsy Ann . Ogre -Juliana _Shirley Dinner -Albert Munoz -Robert Youngman Jackie Fromm Virgil Giiither John Gies Foolemesl Announcer Villagers: First Woman Marie Ulrich Second Woman_Betty Mae Shryock Third Woman. Violet Babel- Church Plans Banquet for Easter Night Ault, March 16.--Ace club complex ed the study of "Rellgiqua Heritage, Â·which lias been conducted by Rev. J. Edwin Elder, pastor of the Congregational church, for several weeks on Sunday evening. Plana wero made for a banquet to be held on Easter Sunday in the evening. All pledges must be paid by this meeting. Eleanor Moreland and Ralph Jones had charge oÂ£ the social hour. Six J. club which was to have met on Monday evening has been postponed .until next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Petersen will be hosts. Woman's Society Has Tea G r o u p , three of Congregational Woman's. Society enjoyed a tea at the lome of Mrs. Noble Sanden with Mrs. Archie. Ehn assistant hostess on Mon day afternoon. Gueats Included Mrs. George Larson, Mrs. C. S. Wyckoff, Mrs. J. W. Campbell. The afternoon was spent discussing group plans. Mra. S. L. McDonald assisted by Ih-s. E. K. McDonald will entertain at the next tea. During the social hour hostesses served dainty refreshments. Group Two at Copes Home Group Two of the. Woman's Society was entertained at a St. Patrick tea liy Mrs. Robert Copes on Monday afternoon. There was a large attendance of members and guests included Mrs. George Larson, Mrs. Lawrence Stewart and Mrs. Brand Tormey. A mothers and daughters tea was planned.. The date will be announced later. Other group plans were discussed. Mrs Clark Hanklns will give the next tea with Mrs. J. McKenna, as- Sl s'alnt PÂ°a S tr e ic 2 K's color motif oÂ£ green Meyer', Naomi Ellsworth, Josephine and white was used in the dainty lunch served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs. Albert Gebhardt, Mai- Zulm, Frieda Shane, tha and Earl Gebhardt and Miss. derer, Beverly La: Gladys Conover of Longmont, Mr. and, Alvera Heiser, Mrs Earl Johnson and daughter, Mary Alma Stugart, Bernice Miller Bertha Belli of Nunn were Sunday guests of Garcia, Beulah Brown, Lois Mae John- Hie Robert Copea family. son, Ella Mae Downing, Esther Thiel, Surprise Party at Carter Homo Mr and Mra. E. W. Carter were given a delightful aurpriae party at their country home on Friday evening, when a group of friends arrived with a covered dish dinner. Saint Patrick's color scheme of green, and white was used in table ap- ' pointments. Two large birthday cakes decorated the table.. After dinner games and a social timo were enjoyed; The occasion was in honor of the birthdays of Mr. and Mra. Carter. Enjoying the party were the honored guests and sons, Irvin and Duane; ' Miss Gertrude Griffin, Marion Brooks, Miss Yvonne Quick, Byron Elder, Messrs, and Mesdames H. B. Smith and son, Glenn; E. W. May, Robert MacKenzle and daughter, Donna, 0. C. Elder; agic Beanstalk," Operetta, at Meeker High School 2 Days Violet Baber, Frieda Nieberger, Fern Klopp, Robert Holstin, Eugene Clark, Lyle Cooper, Alvin Pope, Raymond Dupper, James Henderson, Vesper Bauder. Pirates: Elmer Kisaler, Bobby Joe man, Marjorio Huffsmlth, Dorothy Kneip, Maggie Manzanarez, Mildred Meyer, Bertha Miller, Shirley Nazarenus, Dolores. Olivas, Ruby Ollvns, Evelyn Rein, Margaret Tlchener, Belinda Valadez, Wayne Abbott, Irvln Ault, Harold Baber, Guy Drake, Cruz Garcia, Alvin Gettman, Kenneth Ginther, Herman Kauffman, Edward. Morehoad, Leroy Pope, Edward Stugart, Raymond Tafoya, Crespiu Rocha, Verla Bander, Paulino Bister. feldt, Ruby Cllue, Ethel Dinner, Alvin I Flot, Isabel Gavaldon, D o l o r e s Adams, Sammie Kester, Samuel Holz-, Kl , u ' Pe g gy Sherwood, Marilyn meister Alfred Nlhiser, Martin.Smith, | Stoneklllgi Della a'wetzls. Agnes Tru- The operetta is directed by Mrs Ann Schnorr,, Carl Hirsch, Perferio Serno, Bruce Nlhiser, Raymond Daum, Joseph Martinez, Eric Schoenhaar, William Wagner, Mary Contreras,. Betty Jean Drake, Barbara Lovely, Betty Lou Worsefold, Margaret Sweet, Viola Holzmeister, Elale Arthur, Florence Petrie, Lorraine Strausshelm, Betty Yates, Majrian, Bailey. Japanese Dancers: Irene TJlrich, Charlotte .Ruibal, Dorothy Hlrach, Sally Quezada, Geraldine Gettman, Helen Fendel, Eileen Schnorr, Alice Bennitt. Gipsy Dancers: Hilda Ostef, Betty Mae Shryock, Helen Thompson, Lillian Eckhardt, Wilma Jean Herman, Beulah Bucklndorf, Vera Ault, Juan- Ita Buckindorf, Dorothy Gettman. Magic Beana: Tommy Pennlngton, Edwin Weber, Frank Welnmeister, Fourth Woman __.Rutli. Fahrenbruch Fifth Woman Beaulali Brown o Sixth Woman Georgina McKee Hen ' First Man _ -...--,..... ^_.Â«.~ i Second Man _Melvin Grothe Harry Eckhardt, Clarence Tye. Toy Orchestra: Glen Baber,. Buddy Albert Fendel, Leroy Gulterrez, j anse n Walter Kauffman, -- ' Woman's Club at Osgood Is Entertained Rosemary Kent Dorothy Hanson I and Mrs. Samuel Reichley wero held Tom _ .....Clifford Lugar j at Prairie Center community building gusle Josephine Marline/, i Saturday afternoon. Arrangements . Alex _ Harold Tregeut wero iii charge of Smith and sons Poppy , Kloise Goodwlno , and the services were conducted by ] Mr. Kent Opal LHigelbnc'.i the Missus Horn and Erlckson. Buriul ( was in the Grovor cemetery: Besides her parents she is survived by hoi' grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Reichley, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. The high school orchestra played two opening numbers. Between the acts Mlsa Alice Palmer sang a solo and Mary Ellen llitzma played a piano solo. Tho class netted a nice sum for their treasury. Ell Zink. The Grover teachers entertained at Joleu McHale received a telegram | a party on Saturday evening at the Sunday telling of the death of his , homo of Mr. and Mrs. D. A., Leathers, father at Veterans Home in Wiscon- Mrs., S. J. Levine will bo hostess to . liurch sin. Funeral services for the little two and one-half year old daughter of Mr. the Grover Ladles Aid at the on Thursday, March 18. Mrs. Annlu Caldwell Is at the Law- son home caring for Mr. Lawson whllo Mrs. Lawson Is on duty at thu postot- 1'Ice discharging her duties as postmaster. Farmers of this community are rejoicing at the many spring snowa which will help to prepare the soil for this year's crops, The A. L. Lugar family have moved from the McKay place to a farm near Brlggsdale. Salty Shrimp Thrive The salt shrimp is the only known form of marine life that is able to survive in the briny water of Great Sale Lake. It. is a rare form of life studied avidly by scientists. --Melvin Grotne Jolm Men| Vernon Miller, Raymond -Giles Stoneltmg | N , hiBer| Toliy Qu ezada, Ellsworth Third Man Herman Walters SmUh Pete sweet, Fred Torroz, Enez Fourth Man Donald Harris yaladoz, Leona Bailey, Lucy Carabcl- Helen Pohlnmn, Edna Kauffman, j Ir Flo[ Bett Hirsch, Gloria Alice Manzanarez, TM'- "-T ~" ' hardt, sou. ence Daum, Patty Ruiz, Helen Brown, Arlene Youngman, Betty Lesser, Susie Ruiz, Thelma Holzmeister, Ferguson, Max Garcia, Raymond Gies, Robert Lee Hill, Elder Hirsch, , , Angelita Holden, Lorraine Chester Kester, Dwight Loe, Davis ....,,,,, .Taomi Ellsworth, Josephine Martlne , Han . y Mi ii e r, Lawrence Bisterfeldt, Carlotta Pacheco, Bprmce' Walter Rogers, Earl Starks, Hibler, Helen Jean Stroll Shir ey \ ^ ' Gulteri . u - ' ~ Shane, Bernice Pflel- Bg B Dorl5 _ Lance, Hannah Troupe, B u l , h Uorla Du pp e r, , Julia Manzanarez, ward Margal . et Fo , ldeli Osgood, March 16.--Mrs. James G. Bunting and Mrs. Gustar Huh Jr. entertained the Osgood Woman's society at the church for the first regular business meeting of the month. After the business meeting refreshments and a social time were enjoyed. The next meeting, will be held at the church on March 24 with Mrs. J. J. Klingenberg and Mrs. Carrie Chapler hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Ren Klingenberg and Mrs. John Dale Klingenberg. Roll call to be answered with "cur- leiit events." Grover Senior Class Gives 4 Act Play Edward and Wally May Buy Residence United States m (Associated Press) Paris, March IB. -- A conference somewhere in France between the Duke of Windsor, Mrs/ Wallls Warfield Sompson and' Sunnier D. Parker, Baltimore, Md:, at which the former CONSTIPATION Public Enemy No. 1 TO needlessly let constipation keep Â· you miserable is worse than neglect. It Is abuse of. precious good health. 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Yates, Irene Wittig, Katherine Bauer, Dolores Barajos, Dolores Brungard, Elsie Cook, Elnora. Downing, Helen Eckhardt, Ruth Gin- Grover, March. 16..- -The senior class did themselves proud when they pre- ted the four act play, "Don't Dark- My Door." under the direction of their sponsor. Miss Cora Marie Johnson, al the high school auditorium on Friday night. The play was well cast and parts were played by the following: Louisa Edna Klinglnsmith Jane Parker Jean Shellhart BUY First National Bank Money ther, Madiue Greemvalt, Doris Her- Orders, Safer than Currency.--Adv. I T NOT only brings that smart, modern appearance to any kitchen, but the new "^tattdal'cf' HOSTESS SINK helps keep the kitchen looking fresh and restful. Spacious drawers, roomy compartments and -wide back, ledge provide place for everything you need. There are special racks inside the center cabinets for soaps, cleansers and even towels. 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