Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 2, 1955 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 2, 1955
Page 12
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Page 12 GRBELEV TR111UNE Friday, Dec. 2, 1955 i /oman Joicphlnc Miller, Editor' aac / Sunday's Calendar ' Job's Daughters, mother-daughter lea, Masonic temple, 2 to 4:30; girts interested i becoming members especially invited. .The-average human body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, tmt it usually faUs; slightly below this figure iri the morning and is slightly above in the afternoon. Mrs. Wilbur Benlon wai ho'lttis o H members ot OKSN club Wednesday afternoon at' her country hon\c, east of 1 L'ucerne. First prize was won by .Mrs. .James Milne; second, Mrs. Landis Arn- 'o!d; and CGnsolatiOfi,- Mrs. Russell Clark. Next meeting will be Dec. H when Mrs. Edgar Atkinson will entertain al her home, northwest o( Grceley USE THE T R I B U N E WANT' ADS Lovely Hair ' ' ,, Goes \Vith The Holiday Season Make your appointment NOW for: that new . . permanent wave. Sterling Beauty Shop 907 lOfh St. · ' .Phone 980 Engaged" Mrs, Ear! L. l.yon oi 2301 Dexter slrecl, Denver,, announces the engagement a n d approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Janice Ice Wilder, above, to Jon Ilobcrt McAlear, son* of Mr. ami Mrs. Everett McAlear of ]/ingmont. Miss Wilder is a senior al East High school, Denver. McAlear received his degree from Colorado Stale College of Education in Ju 1955, and is a lieulrn'anl in Ihe air force, stationed -at Harlingen AVB, llarlingcn, Tex. The wedding will lake place IJec. 26 in SI. Thomas' Episcopal church in Denver.. Photo by Workman Studio., Ullle Ion. Company coming? Cooked cauli- flowcrcls dressed with browned but' ler and toasted chopped blancljcd almonds makes a delicious vegetable to serve wilh roast meal or ! fo»1. . MONDAY MORNING EYE OPENER SAVES YOU M.55 CHYSW 1 S I L V E R H A N D - D I C O R A T t D SUGAR CREAMER Pn vtry Itaplicity of itt'x irated-l dei'g* ira^i i's s«l t perfetl iwrccswy Iw Cwi- lerpcya.'y « Wytetn Stlliog-De^ntd iry M( oi rvr-(fkj's Iryerjst detwat'ofs of Ii« ciyslil tcrutch Ihe Vfitfr Pitther isd Bud Vises IHal pfO«d M popa'r v'\\\ TMC S70RCUSTOVESS. IJot too Sniill-Moi leo U'£(-9 «. cjpadty. jt Q r . HCP.OATOHlf *T»/J SET REGDLW? PRICt W.50 ft/ W?~^'V k r * t«C al BM W rivet f v-t *· 'ew-0ptimi»tg' ' .. . Velcome New Member- Sew-Oplimisls club was enlcr- ined Thuhday_ aflernoon 'i.l the tame- of Mrs. Walter Deinarcst, 224 Fourth avenue. Mrs. Waller .iller became a new member. * Elec^on will bo held in January, cw officer! will take over in Feb- lary at the annual dinner. The irthday of Mrs. D. H. Miller is lo e observed with a handkerchief nd card 5hoSvcr al the J a n u a r y cssion. Greetings were sent to the group y Mrs. Ethel Bro'.vn'of. 213 Fif- centh slrcel, who Is spending ix ·ccks in Kansas wilh relatives, nd also by Mrs. 4 Arthur .Barnes, ·rio 'is on Vacatio'n in Nebraska, isiting her son. 'Program was presented by Mrs 'red lirolhcrs, who explained her (tractive " h a n d m a d e Christmas fee of evergreen. Iwigs, decorated ith ornaments she made .luring Vorkl War II when they were hard o get. She also demonstrated Tapping Christmas .gifts. Mrs. Brothers saves all her.scraps of pa- XT, then combines several with » cw ornaments and' ribbon, thus aving beautiful' but not expensive mappings. She displayed several nusual packages A gift exchange was' enjoyed Irj. Belly Ruth and Mrs. I). H. tiller received Christmls presenls rom their secret pals. Mrs. Walter M-iller assisted I h e ' osless in serving · refreshments', caturing a Christmas motif. The able centerpiece w a s . a church ·ith Tilgrims joining the choir hoys n song. Tall t a p e r s \vere on either ide, Jan. 5 m e e t i n g will he at (he omc'of Mrs. Delia Hibler, 120 Fit- eenlh street. Vappy Hour Club Has Election of Officers Mrs.' H. C. Filkins was chosen ie 1956 president of the Happy- lour club. Officers were elected Thursday evening when the group ·nel at the home of Mrs. Tim lUghroue at Evans, To' serve" with -Mrs..' Filkins will be Mrs. Gilbert Belvel, vice president; Mrs. Eunice, secre- ary; and Mrs. Michael Carey, Te'asurer. The. president will appoint a press reporter and flower chairman. F.leven members were present. Mrs. Bender, Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Hill Dalian were welcomed into J ewelru : Co. J Next 1st Nat'l. Bank Ph. 872 Cub' Seoul' Pack 700 ·' Renews Charier a ) ; . - . : Meeting Wednesday. ; . ,Whcn -Cub 'Scout --1'aek -200 at Ernest Horn Elementary school met Wednesday evening, thc'char- l e r ' f p r ' 1956-was renewed. New ccmmitlen members are-BUI Ha t rl- ' r n a n , ' c h a i r m a n , Al Glendcnnlng, , · . assistant 'chairman, Ted Willow, served as foaslmasler al the b a n - L B , i s t a l l l Cubmaster, LcRoy Youth for Christ Banquet Is Held · The, anniversary banquet of Gree- :p~Youlh for- Chrisl-Thursday 'evening at the Iminanucl Lutheran church' attracted '101 members and gues Is. Ed Erickson, director, came lo Grecley thr«e years ago thit month lo take over Ihe activities of Youth for Christ. He . . . . - , , I Kerns, awards, D r . Hussell llib : The evening s events were opened terl| .j n5li [ul!onal icp re sent a five, membership. A Chester Shaw. guest was Mrs. Flower prize was .furnished by Mrs. Ballon, with - b u n c o being played. Mrs. Belvel won'high. The hostess provided prizes for two games, 1 slate scramble and shoot the matches. These were presented to Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Claude Adams. The club gift went to Mrs. I, K. Linlon. , ·The Chrislmas -.dinner'..will be served at Jxmg's Peak cafe Dec. IS at 6:30 o'clock. After the dinner, the group will go to the home of Mrs. Claude Adams for a business meeling »r!d gift exchange. with prayer. Erickson then paid special 'recognition, lo 1 Miss Freida Kammerzell, correspondence secretory;. 4!is_s Gerajdine West, follow- up %'ecfeiacy, and Mrs. Erickson, his wife, who made 'the beautiful banquet 'decoration]'. Each. 'was presented a uors'age. ..put of town guests were Dr. Ted Kngstrom ci-. f Chicigo, executive director of Youth for Christ Inter* nation!, and Dave . Grecnley. ot Golden, a former director of Gfec- ley. "Youth for Christ, and Don Whipple of Denver, .regional 1 director of Youth'for Christ in Colo rado and New' Mexico!" · Also introduced were 1 members of the executive committee, John Roscoe, Lowell Howard, Wayne Deason, George ' K r a l l , Albert Bushey and the Hev. Marlow. Mag' nus. Dr. .Robert I. fiunilells, also ». merober : of the committee, was unable to b£ present. The theme of the banquet, God So Loved the World, was effectively carried out by the use ot large and small, globes and United Nations' flags. Program' covers were in t h e . form of world globes and miniature "globes and f l a g s marked the places. The speakers' table was adorned with a large arrangement of chrysanthemums. Colored lights beneath, styrofoam added to the attractiveness of the setting. A girls' trio, Carolyn Jacobson, Bernice Peterson and 'LaVerne- Meeki accompanied by Ruth Flood, sang several numbers. Guest soloist was Mrs. Lee Carlson of Eaton: Dr. Engstrom was the evening's speaker, lie- emphasized the theme of world friendship and evangelisa- tion. . . Ann Johnson Gives Tips on Hairstyles . · Sigma Phi G a m m a sorority mem-. Ders learned a great deal about lair styling and care of the hair at their meeting Wednesday evening at the home, of Mrs. E. C. Blazer, 2042 Sixth avenue. Ann Johnson of Joslin's .gave t h e m a demonstra- him a OTHER rfuiibeam See how the network of holes arc closer together than the wHiskcrs on any man's face. And the holes are round, to pick up whiskers from all directions. SHAVEMASTER Shaves circles around'all other, electric shavers because you shave in a circular motion. 5 YEAR FREE SERVICE GUARANTEE on Sunbeam's pb\s -irful REAL motor 14 day hom« trial tloh using two members, Mrs. Dick Schumacher jnd Mrs Tom Squibb, as models. She had washed and set their h a i r in the afternoon and they arrived wilh the 'curlers still irr place.' Mrs. Johnson 'showed how lo com'b the hair lo suit the individual's shape of face'and features. She explained the different textures of hair jnd how it is highly essential lo brush and comb it. She used Mrs. Dorothy Dudley as. an .example' of the fortunate woman'who has naturaJly curly hair. The hair stylist also touched on thinning and culling and showed (he different instruments used in the process. ' Following t h e ' program 'Mrs. Blazer · served Thanksgiving re- r rcshmenls by candlelight and Mrs. Howard Sanders unrt Mrs.. Paul An- derjon received gifts from their secret pals. During the hu.siness session, Mrs. Ralph Ehrlick, welfare chairman, reported 1 that a basket of food, valued at }25,' was given it Thanksgiving tc the sororily's adopted family of a widow and five children. Each month the family is helped by the chapler in- lome way. Coming evcnU include a business meeting on Dec. H »t the home cf Mrs. Sam Sorbello ar.d a Christmas parly Dec. IB. This will be a smorgasbord at the Camfield hotel, to include the husbands, and a s_o- cial evening following in the home of Mrs. Howard Sanders. Six priicripticn qrnmlili to »«rvi y«u at your fritndly Kcxall drug ittr.l. Oilotrt-Bllhoc, ind W.We- r«d» Drugi.--Adv. Mrs. Marlin Candclaria, Mrs. Ted Willow and Mrs. Coid Taylor;.den iridlhers and assistants. A vote of appreciation was extended. Harry Cameron,, who has been_ Cubmaster for Ihrce years. Opening and closing ceremony was given by Den 2.' All dens havi been' working, on Christmas gifts for. parents. Activities also includ ed a v i s i t - t o ' t h e Goodwill Indus tries and the Greeley Tribune., Deri 7 presented a skit, Christ mas Customs around, the World Each boy was in appropriate dress Eric Jensen was narrator and also told about the French' customs. Bill Gower represented Sweden Jimmy Miller, Swilzcrland, Way man Walker, Norway, Gary Lar son, England, and Tommy Briggs Mexico. Two carols, The First Noel am Deck the Halls, were sung by th den, with Wayman Walker ac .companyirig. Bill. Gower. playe one selection. Santa Glaus visited the pack anc presented treats- while Bill Gowe played and the audience san Jingle Bells. The. following awards were, pre sealed: Three year pins to Harr Cameron, Tommy Dean,. Tomm Kay,..Marvin Robcrlson, Bob Kib bert and Kenny Larson; itwo yea pins lo Wayne M^Daniels, Ale Novak, Eddie Glendenning; KOI rest Fisch, Roger Candelari; Glen Saalwaechlcr, Terry- Tylei Butch Butler, Robert Hansberr Bart Gates and Larry Calvin; on year pins lo John Baab, Jim Dan ley, Mike Duley, P.Tul Kelly, Ilicr Hartman, Ivan Willow and Joh Heichlurdt.' Bpbcat pins were given to Jii Eckersley, Fred Kagy, David Tay lor, Tommy Smith, Billy Morgati Tommy Briggs, Gary Larson, Ted dy Tyler,' Clay Shouse, Rorin Willow and Jimmy . Simmons These boys form Iwo new -dens 7 and 3. i Wolf badges wcnl lo Rnnny Hih bert, Tommy Briggs, Eric.Jensen tislslant denn'er, Bill Gower, Having a .buifet-style "iupptrf". Serve the Jirit course In lh* U»- ng room »o you can put the finUfc- . !ng touches on the main courie la; iho kitchen. '.' ' ·'.' ; . ary Larson,- Wayina'n Walker, Iso denner, Butch Buller.and Forest Fisch,.one lion, one gold, two live,' arrows, Larry. Calvin, ono on, Butch Ruller, assistant den- er, Barl Gates and Ale.n Novak, cnncr stripes, Ivan.Willow and Im' Danlcy, 9116 gold arrow, and loger CarKlelarja, one- gold, two Uver arrows. . ·- · Next mccling will be held in anuary. i .- ' Add extra prolein to that v«ge- md some nulmeals lo a regular weet muffin bailer. Serve hoi for our o'clock tea! YOUR . ·-, · RECEIPT*:- SAVE $10 Total. Entitlii You U. $1.00 in Trede FM'if i 1-- .HOUR 'MARTINIZING ·Thii Most In Dry et?»nlni!". 1 1527 »th Av«. ·,:. ...;. SANTA'S Choice for a PARTY DESSERT . FLAMING ·SNOWBALLS Other Holiday Desserts Egg Nog Drink "Holiday Fruit-Ice Creanv ' Peppermint Candy lc« Cream Pistachio Ice. Cream . . . ' E g g - N o g lee'Creani .'· Cranberry Sherbet Bell Center Brlcki and Macaroon Rolli Red. and Green Macaroon . - Rolls ' . A brand new 'Aisttrl,- elegant enough to be the envy o( your guealE. A delleiou. com-, blnjlton of, vanilla Ice treim, roiled In cocoanut or macaroon^, In a variety o( colors. Phone 1311 or stop In lo see and order l)io-(iuanllty an_d color you . te- Special . Discounts . ' and KRSB DELIVERY to , ' CHURCH. ORGANIZATIONS ' EBERLES ICE CREAM 1718 9lh S(. ;; Phone 1911 '.:*· FAVORITES WAFFll EAKER * O»ILl-p«rf«t waffles or toasted sanilwichcs rte- cauM of Kadiant (Control. ' TOASTER-PniSntcd RADIANT CONTROL for uniform loaning' e v e r y time whether bread is Frozen or fresh, rvt or while. irger bowl-fit heaters for higher, lighter uk«, (luffitr maihed potEioei, velvet, smooth icings. ' F R Y P A N -- S q u i r e lhape cooki 20% more lhan round pal. Per feet results every lime. KiDUHf COHll'OL TOASTER Herdman Electric Co. 809 10th St. ' Phcnt 109 GARDEE1 5 . ERJ'CKSOW'S HOLD Pre - Christmas Bring the Enrirt · Family! OP E o u si nnrtn-rtwn'rrn'KTrH t*?f,r«.rtKKXxv?t?ticrt rt » rtrtrtrtrtif SUNDAY-DEC, 4 9:00 a.m, 'til 5:00 ·. EVERYBODY WELCOME! : , HUNDREDS of The Answers to Your Gardening . Questions. .By Al Foster . Question of the Week: Should garden walks he rharle of gravel or should some permanent malgrial be used? .' ' Answer . · . Brick, stone anr| tile make good, all-weather walks Mid if they are well placed they and to the beauty of your garden. They'H make your work easier,'too. The "Grsen Thumb" program' on KLZ each Saturday .at 9:00 a.m. is sponsored by Colorado Nurserymen Association .to help you wilh gardening problems. W Art doling Sunday! Until In Marchl . KROH BROS. NURSERIES N. on KWY. 287 Ph. S74J ; . 1-ovtland, Colorado DECORATING IDEAS For Christnfas! Tou7i Through Our Greenhouses ' . . . . See hundreds of Holiday Displays. . . ' '" ' ; Get new ideas for Holiday decorations in your home. ; · See displays of Azaleas, Cyclamens, P.oii$«ttis,~ Plants arid Cut Flowers. ' · : - . . · ·'·.".. See table and manfel decorations. - ' ·. · - · · FRt-E! ; FLOR.AL DOOR PRIZES (Juit register (o be eligible) 7 T 2 13tri Street

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