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ShÂ»f ten . 10 iv, 39c Open Monday Through Saturday TIM 9 p.m. Sunday Till 6:30 p.m. Corner of 9th Ave. at 25th St. [ Page 20 CREELEY TRIBUNE ThurÂ§dty, June 8, 1957 W oman 6 JtMphlnt Mllltr, Idittr Douglas Van Xante Is Given Graduation Parly Sunday afternoon, the Bert Van Zante home Became the settinf for a lovely congratulatory party held In honor of Douglas Van Zante, who was graduated from Meeker Junior high Tuesday evening. Tr.e theme, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, was chosen and carried out In the decorations and games. The centerpiece. Otto Octupus, constructed from gray construction paper, wore a very surprised facial expression and a black graduation cap. Each tenacle represented a branch of learning and one tenacle held a miniature diploma. The school's colors, red and white, constituted the nutcups. The cover for each cup consisted of a tiny black graduation cap. A miniature white scroll, tied with red ribbon, lay along side each cup. Doug's one wish hid bern tor a pair of real western boots. He was very surprised to receive a complete western outfit consisting of hat, shirt, tie, levi's. belt, buckk and boots. He was delighted also If receive a beautiful cold pen rnd pencil set with cuff links and tie clasp to match. The curst list included Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Clark, Janet and Susan Meeker, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and Ranae, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wood of Gill, La Von and Sharon Kent. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hucka- 6ay, Cheryl and Kermit and Mrs. Van Zante and Douglas. Guests unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood, Pamela and Paul of Bridgeport, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Claude Meeker and Mike and Mr. Van Zante. The Van Zantes reside at 919 Twenty-third street. Lutuhton En|ortd by Kil Kart Klub Kil Kare Klub members enjoyed a luncheon Tuesday at '.he Some of Mrs. E. C. Harrah, 1719 Thirteenth street. Thirteen members w e r e present for the last meeting until September. Roll call wv answered with local events. Mrs. J. E. Loar, new president, gave a demonstration on floral arrangements. Sept. 3 meeting will be wilh Mrs. Chester Hatch, ZOOS Eighteenth street. Use standard proportions for a "thin" white sauce when you are preparing a cream soup or when you are using the sauce with spashctti or noodles. Windsor Delegates to Girls' State Carla May Ftlti. Phola by Jtrry Wlndtr of Gardner's Studio. Miry (Nicky) Ehrllch WINDSOR - Hits Carla May Ftlte tnd Miry (Nicky) Ehrlich will represent Windsor High tchool at Columbine Girli' State June 12 through IS on the Colorado Woman's College campus, Denver. Misi Felte it the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Felle ind Miss Ehrlich, the daughter of Mr. and' Mri. Walter Ehrlich. The eirli are iponsored by the Windior unit o( the American Legion auxiliary. Their alternates are Betty ilettinger and Vicki Tormey. State department official* have issued.an invitation to parents and friends to attend ,Â«ome of the sessions of Girls' State to become acquainted with the work being done. Following the conference, the delegates will be available to give reports to any organization wishing them. new twists with Ktmer'g Pickles HAM ROLLS Combine 3 o. cream cheese, 6 chopped Kuner's midget sweet pieties, Yi tbsp. cream, t tbsp. mayomaiit. Spread on 2Winch square boiled ham slices; rollj fasten wilh toothpicks. Mates 10-12. Triert'i o wfcol* family of crbp, df ficiain Kuntr'i pktlti for you to en- Joy--alt with raw twltt-off copi... Â·oiy to loll off, my to put bock en Kphtty fÂ« soft iloregi. Try * lÂ° toon. kuner's Saturday's Calendar Past Presidents of Daughter of Union Veterans, Mrs. Rilla Mae Peterson, west of Greeley breakfast; bring table sen-ice 830. Past Commanders of DAV aux iliary, Mrs. Seth Maricle, 1803 Seventh avenue. Order of Rainbow for Girls Masonic Temple, covered disl luncheon, 12:30; meeting am initiation, 1:30. Eicept on rare occasions, sweets should be offered to children only at the end of a meal. Eneourag children to brush their teeth afte they eat sweets. If this is no possible, drinking a glass of wa ter is the next best follow-up. Ma; Stanck, extension nutritionist a Colorado State University, sayj one important "don't" is -- don't offe: swctts as a bribe for eating othe: foods. This will make sweets seem more appealing to the children. Never waste the brown residue that sticks to the skillet when you are cooking chicken in a smal amount of fat. After the chicken pieces are removed, add a little liquid to the pan and stir and scrape (with a wooden spoon) over a low heat to dissolve the residue. Then strain and use as natural gavy or thicken for a regular gravy or sauce. A Great Big Bargain in Delicious Eating! CARLSON-FRINK $$ICI CREAM 1 2 GALLGi! FAMILY PAK W 4 MMMfc rfovori , TRAWmRY VAH1UA CHOeOUTI HONIYMOON 1PICIAL 17-Day Sprcial,,. June. K-!J Onlyl Featured Now-Wherever the BEST is Sold at CARLSON-FRINK Ice Cream Dealers Question* and Answers for Bride and Groom Q. Does the groom always kiss bride at altar? A. The clergyman will rule on it, according to church practice. Q. May Â« mother give away her daughter. A. Yes, U tie father is dead and there is no uncle available. It's unusual though and she seldom walks down the aisle with her. Q. May a wedding properly be held in time of mourning? A. Yes, but it should be small. There .would be no gay reception. Q. What time should guests arrive at church? A. About 20 minutes early. Q. Is It proper for guests to talk and laugh quietly while awaiting ceremony? A. Yes. Q. Who leaves first when cere- ir.aney end;? A. Ushers escort parents of bride and groom out first, then others in reserved section. Only then may others leave. Eaton . . . EATON -- Brothers and sister of the T. J. Nix family and their families assembled in the G. C. Cazer home Thursday night for a buffet supper and visiting. Oliver Nut of Greeley, celebrating a birthday, was honored. The buffet table was attractive with a centerpiece of garden flowers. Enjoying the evening together were Messrs, and Mesdames J. Ben Nit. Olive Nix, BusÂ«ell and GeorgeAn. Tom Nil, Owen and Sylvia, William A.' Johnson and Ted. Don Baab, Kenny and Jerry, Earl Dickens of Golden, G. C. Cazer and Doug; Mi.Â«s Ha Nix of Greeley and Marlys Kinsey of Denver who was the houscguest of her grandparents, thr William Johnsons. Mr: and Mrs. Jack rarer and Jackie Joined the group later in the evening. Mrs. G. C. Carer and Mrs. WU- jam S. Johnson were hostesses in the Johnson home for a recent meeting of PEO, Chapter AB. A :ray supper was served to 23 members. Following the business meeting Mrs. W. L. Brooks read That's Thirty, final chapter of Winona Evans Reeves" book, "As We Were Saying. A called meeting for convention reports and other business will held June "25 with Mrs. C. E. 3urry. The 1957 State Convention of the PEO Sisterhood will be held in Tort Collins June 17, 18 and 19. Meetings will take place in the Lincoln Junior High school. Nell Tyson and Lola Tinn are delegates from Chapter AB. Audrey Hasbrouck will be guard and Nancy Quayle, president of AB, will be a page. Betty Rutherford and Anita Vnio are on the central plan- ring committee and during the pÂ»;t year have met with various ommitlees making plans for the eor.vention. AB is one of the seven eonven- ion hostess chapters. Bracewell... BRACEWELL -- BraeeweU will live a new teaching staff at the school the coming year. Elected to ill vacancies are: Mrs. George Bailer of Greeley. who has been Indent teaching in flreelcy, niith, Â·eventh and eighth grades; Miss .oil Rice. Peett, third, fourth and ifth grades and Mrs. Bud Uhrich. who lives east of Greeley, first md second grades. She has been uhstitute teacher in Eaton. P. A. Kirton. principal of the rhool the paÂ»t two years, and Mrs. Kirton, will m a k e their home in Greeley..They left snon after the close of school In May on a rip that win take them through ~lcrida and Georgia, theice to Cew York City, where they will iJit their daughter. Mrs. Joella 'ereelard. who holds a portion the educational system of the My. The d a u g h t e r will bring them u r k In Colorado by auto. They will Â·iiit points of intereit en route. Mrs. Blanche Neet, who hit com- pleted six yean !n the Bracewtn Khool. bai Joined her husband at their finishing retort la Frisco, in the mountain area beyond Denver. Mrs. Delia Schlck of Greeley who has taught the primary grades for the past nine yean, plant i summer vacation in California. Women's Panhellenlc Association Adjourns Mrs. J. H. Klnkade Jr., whose mother, Mn. Hubert Waldo Jr., had served as president some years ago, assumed her duties Saturday as president of the Greeley Wo~ rarn's Panhellenle association. The closing luncheon of the season was held at the home of Mn. Thomas Opdyke, 1633 Glenmere boulevard. Members of the luncheon cunt- mittee were Mrs. Dorothy Darst, chairman, Mn. G'n-rieve Lawrenson, co-chairman, and Metdames Kenneth Colwell, Margaret Eaton, Roland Seebass, Mark Stewart, David Sudduth, J. H. White and Charles V. Youn;. The program was gjven by Jack dough, who .de'ightfully entertained with American folk tongs. Mrs. Ray Mueller, retiring president, lauded her officers. Mn. Tom Richirdson has been vice president; Mrs. Joe Murphy secretary; Mn. Kenneth Monfort, treasurer, Mrs. Henry Anderson and Mn. A. Lee Phelps are retirin; directors. Mn. Kinkade was then presented and her officers Introduced. They are Mn. Earle H. Beck, vice president; Mrs. Robert Anderson of La Salle, secretary; and Mrs. Frank C. Gregory, treasurer. The International Farm Youth Exchange (IFYE) is a project for selected farm youth from the United States to live and work with [arm families hi other countries For four to six months. In exchange, farm youths from other countries come to the U. S. for similar periods. *y* * ? #* Cool off with the friendly "Pepper Upper''
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