Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 23, 1962 · Page 2
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 2

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, November 23, 1962
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2 GKEELEY T1MIH NE Friday, Nov. 23, 1962 A l i , school and discussed re-organi- A U I T . . . Cation of the district. ! Following Mr. Gieck's program By MRS GRAYCE ALLEN ithe regular business session was AL'LT -- Mrs. George Paradite'ronducted by Mr. John Wilhelm. was hostess to Ault Woman's ' president. Club recently. Mrs. A. R. Brovles Mrs - Frank Slu " was **lcomed . " , * minted the puest .-peaker. d. E. Gicck. superintendTM tol| ln Grelej . on r^ 19 for local schools who spoke on the eon. A gift exchange and a pro- topic "\Yhat is New in Educa- gram will be enjoyed in thn al- tion." He explained the use olI several new machines used in the' An afternoon coffee was given as a new member. Mrs. wuhelm r.^,, Dessert luncheon was servedjattended later in the afternoon jtopic. Mrs. J. K. Cuffell will be by Mrs. Edwin Clausen lor mem-| A birthdav luncheon will be held y Mrs. Leslie Clary lor members of Na Motey Club last week. Contrad bridge was played and Mrs. J. H. Burroughs made high score. Mrs. G. E. Wood will be . the next hostess. and *»*»* Mtanaa The Friday Club enjoyed a Hi S h scores "' COTtracl b " d S e covered dish" luncheon in the *«e made by Mrs. Marjorie bers of Deu Lon Bridge Club and.;,, tne star-Lite Cafe tor the next their guests. Mines. Lillian San- meeting. den G. E. Wood. R. D. Jordan; Mn / Flovd Preston , iwme of Mrs. Catherine Amen of Gretley. Mrs. Gertrude Marrall, presi dent, conducted the usual busi The December Christmas party with Mrs. R. J. Copes, hostess. the next hostess, feorge Tokunaga, leader, was: Achievement Banquet in the library club room. men's Fellowship and conducted !iWeor a Kilt , LONUOX-An idea that it a". ,,: likely to pleaw either pjtrfct .host for the recent inMing oliKeepS Water Fresh s^i or relish ,s sugge*ed:, ess. h e Kairplay4.HClubath l S home.i BIKM1XUHAM-A hobbl^uB I!H- la.l»r TMU*ler. It lift:-: |iiierdii|«djri-n\.iuu» .!.,...;.._,,, (o kwp w; ,, er i n sma !] Eiiglkhmen should wear kilts ··, s from bei-oinine stau-jhelp pres*r\-e the British char;.. , , ,, , · - , , ;fur group one of ChrisUan \\o- The BUest peaker was Riedel, Mrs. Erie Hyde and Mrs Jacob Hasorouck. On Nov. 30 Mrs. Hasbrouck will be the hos less. The Helping-Hand Club was received recently b? Mrs. Berime ness meting, luncheon and will be in Mrs. Mar-rail's home Gunson for an all day quilting and luncheon. Mrs. Artie Baker Wai'dlaw. assistant county agent. the worship service in opening thein e projected a film based meting. Mrs. Roy llogan. prebi-. care anr j history o; quarter dent, presided. The missionary lesson was given by Mrs. B. U. Armstrong on the Benevolence Assoc Mrs. Dan Dill assisted by reading an article appropriate to the a \ve-t- ter ii England joins the Comic-. ·: 011 Ule !"»rb'nd lake Coiitainius an air Ma: set "The national costume ···' ompicssor. it is placed on t!ie,:!ii- Scots" says the msgaoine. 1 .. s to -upplemen his lecture. .|x, Uora 0 [ a re.-ervoir. where Hi probably the most elegant a: i Members voted U. change the bubbles at regular iTUcrvaLv lt|daiTOious in the uorld." T . ,nshifM«o million i:a!lo!i« a day;Em;li-l!. .1 is |omted out. «·.:·! f-om the bottom to the surface, : d.Ae!op their own tartan, on« t-, keepin" all the water well ox-|taliy dilterent from any norti . topic "Nationallname of the club to "Ault 4-H .·iation Homes." Club." The Christmas parly and exchange is scheduled !or Dec. ririnkini:. 'the border. Jpcn 'londayt tnd Friday! till 8:30 HOLIDAY SPECIALS OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. - OPEN EVENINGS Monday and Friday 'til 8:30 cotton flannel long pajamas reg. 2.99 2,5.00 SPECIAL SALE! corduroy stadium coat reg. I7.W 15.00 It's the rage for every casual occasion . .. from a trip to town, to a football gam» or o hike through Iho snow! Medium wal« cotton corduroy with a soft acrylic pile lining, heavy knit cuff inside neckline and sleeves. Warm as toast, light as a feather. Beige, antelope or lod«n in 10 to I a sizes. Wonderfully warm and washable ... our classic long pajamas in handsome cotton flannel stripes and prints. Tailored styling with a belt to wear or not, elastic waistband in the tiousers, solid color piping trim on the coat. Grand idea for gifts! Choose pink or h'ue print on white;' pink or blue stripes ·on'-white; Sizes 32 to 40. Special Purchase! men's long sleeve cotton sport shirts A t:mely purchase of men's lo-,g siesvrv !rv: r ' '! in beauliful. washable cottons. Chooss tro-i or i-.-y.jlyled ccllsfs in woven patterns, r e a t prints a"-J piaidi. or jolid colors. These sh. : rls, 4! you w,.i iee i-r. mediately, were made *o se'l fo' r--och r-.-.Me. Fi.-c- ; ;» «. n d fashion coiprs in S-M-LXL nzei. usually 3.99 to 5.99 2 - 5.00 deluxe front speaker 4-speed manual phono 19.95 TOYLAND NOW OPEN COMPLETE SELECTIONS · GAMES · DOLLS · BICYCLES · PULLTOY · TRUCKS · TRICYCLES a small Deposit will hold your selection u n t i l ' Christmas monaural 4-speed automatic phono 34.95 dual channel stereo 4-speed automatic phono 39.95 skirts 'n sweaters sizes 3-6x; 7-14 ci ai .,r. c«rd.- qins in Grids* acrylic. Si;«s 3 to 6r in ltd. "»vy v qrey . . 3.19 SKIRTS--Sclids ard p!a ; ris in wco'-nylon bipnd. S'7es 3 to 6» with elastic wai-.t. blue or bro*n p'i:d or blue, green nr beins 'oliHs . . . 2.M S'!!S fi to H in biue. navy, rud or S,2C', / to H in hlu» or bro'vn plaid, b:ue. bei'j. nd o- nvy solid r.olc'i boys' nylon quilt ski jackets 9.99 Handsome styling for any boy . . . our rni'lfiyj nylon sH inrht ii wnrmnd wilh 100% C«aon» polyf.Kir fib«-r(il!. It's l.iMwerqM. walfir repellent and washable a', *oll. Roll-up hood hidei undw !!·« cellar. Zipper pockets. Draw,!fir,r| hn'.d and wrst, knit cuffs. Black, red or Wi/y !d jizc. 6 to 18. men's all-weather coat with zip-out lining 25.00 ll'l trs iran'i !/),h!on roat of (Hi y«»rl IKi irnrdwAM , ot jr.n aH nrnlate ;r,l*id nlt.wcMhor rout vMh a ;ip.0ut linirq of Orbn* nrrylir n i r . fyM wilt, set.ifi front i».e. '.iq/m ^.', vccve. f'n (roni !!«p

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