Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 2, 1955 · Page 13
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oman e v e w ' .'.--' --i- , ·' / - ' : · · ' Graphic club met Wednesday at .Uie-'hohie-of Mrs: J; H! .Kesler, 1310 Eleventh street. ' Mrs.. ?Ross' Fpsnlghfiwas welcomed-as a new -m'ember.' Introduced by Mr's. : Mollie Kitts,-;.1r«"-Grace Cushman' reviewed ' tile ' tense and powerful novel of Mix Ehrlich entitled, First Train .to Babylon.-( '. - ' . "The book deals -mostly with the change ih' a happily married .wo- Jnan with two children who begins to;'d6'abt andvaccus'e her-husband because of a teller she opened thai _«hduld.have been delivered'10 years before. '.' - - - ··· '. ; The 'letter accuses' tier husband ..at:murder. It almost, shatters the . lives.of'he'r-.and' her husband.-She it' driven".to the 'point of suicide be- cause'ot her growing fear th^t her husband has murdered · a man for wTiich-another .'inndcenl mau has · been s'erving-'a life sentence. ··This supehse novel moves on to a dramatic '· conclusion' with an - O Henry.lwisl, bill does have a happy ending.' / ·' ' r · : .' ; - ·· '· '(Nxt r 'mee'lihg-' of 'Graphic club will be lhe : Ghrislma's luncheon Dec o'clock' at the. Tea J*' at --12:30 House,-' 1 .'-;..' 1 -'. ' · · ' :'5li prescription chemists to serv you .rat. your friendly REX ALL Rto'res. "SAK" stamps-af. Gilbert Bis hop'.· Adv.;- ' md · Weldorado Drugs.-- .Galeton Juniors To Give^Class Play (; Dec. .9 · ·· !:·.··: ..:; - ··.··-.'.. . -*, -.:·-' '·--;.··::'i^^iLLi^.: class , o f : Galclon\High ill-.prcs'e'nt ··'('· three-set comedy.^ Deadly'Ernest, by IXinald Peyton, -Dec. 9. at 8 p.m Galeton'- social- roctri. ' . . - ,' \ ! The 14 members of the cast-are pictured here, left' to- right,' top row:..Eu'gene Dewey,- whq plays the part of | Ernie; Rose Mane son, C. E . ' G i m m j . D o n a Sebald and Eilene Brehm, Ernestine: second row; Dean Swanson,.as Henry Elhel; Joyce.Sheets,' Aunt Stella; m^m^m-M* and "Margaret LebsacV,' } Pumpkin; Glenna. Cunningharn, Sleepy; Tim Tracy The : story . concerns. .-Henry everyone 1 named Ernest Oivtd Sirthrtti : T« 8« Hwwrejl Sunday.,v'., ; .: ·Mr. and Hrs.-Dkyld Sarchet of Plattevillo frill pbserve UicU'.'slx^ lleth , 1 wcdding- l annlyersary''; - VFW- : Aiixiliary Gives , , Party at Fitzsimdrit-· - ·· Local' VFW auxiliary; 'gave a parly JJlondiy evening for 68 pa- iehts on \Vard C-8 at'Fitzsimons iospilal..Xlrs.'Tom Squibb', ho'spitil larty chairman, arranged the »f- '-ir.' " ' .." . ' .' ·'-,'. Six members and- two guests made the trip. Cars were 'furnished iy Dorothy Dudley and Mrs.'Lloyd ?"ennb. : . · - · . ' - .' · Kaihy-.-Rathb.un -and. JaneJAlles provided tne'enteriairime'nt,' singing solos and duels-and playing guitar and piano, selections. .The p'atiehts requested many special numbers. Mrs.'-Squibb furnished a cake, for three of the.men, '?ho were, observing' their birlhdays. Each' received" a gift. Mrs. Squibb arid Mrs. Dudley .cut-and served the cake: »nd trays -of' fruit .were distributed'..by Mrs. Kenneth .Calland.' and . P'enno. Mrs. Walter Hillse'and'Miss Georgia Koenig gave candy,'cigar- elles and gum to the patients. Other gifts .-taken to\the'hospital included 28 scrapbooks, J8 magazines, 18 pocket editions, 106 cross- . . . word punles, 20 color .card/ and Hobble Adams, English and krt : in- 45 pairs of print and knit scuffles. The-ltems-were valued at 5214.01.. Altar and Ronry ;ci*ly mtm- b*r« art rtmlndtd. to «fttnd-ttit monthly . communion ttryici: at H« 8:45 «. m. m'lit Sunday at 3K Pirir'i C»4i«iit'- church.. In'ths afternobni ; from 2i30 to .·o'clock,'? they will '.beV'U aheir'. home' ; Id' receive visitors' at an open'house.' - ' i · · ' ·· :t ^^-^-' J -:'^'-' '.Tickets are available '.from.: any iunior' at' Galeton High or m ay' b'e purchased.at the-door hcfore/the play. ' · ^ . ' A Decade Ago, , Luxury salad: a medley of crisp greens with arlichoke_ hearls preserved in .olive-oil.' ' - ·· ' Vinety, Attend baptist Musicals' Ninety' women atlended the 1 an- lal Christmas musicale of the Wo- len'i Mission society of the First aptist church, held Thunday »ft- , Q KoFtd.TM TOTAL VALUE ·113.00 NEW Tirilithl, or b«r Nmcus pillerns. A LIMITED TIME shap l«fay trii tivtl ' ' ,. D««»mb.r J, I M S . y . Kalherine Carroll, daughter of. Mrs. Gladys KellyL Carroll; nounced her engagement .to Cap tain Marcus Reid Stewa'rl-at dinner for. her friends Friday- Ihe .Tea House. Bridge followed. I he dinner at the' country home of Miss Carroll's grandmother, .Mrs. David K'elty. Miss Carroll is-a'graduate of Greeley high and Colorado 1 .AM Ca'pt. Stewart is a graduate of th'i University of Colorado. He served overseas for 26 months with Ih fifth and seventh .'armies in Italy France and . Germany. He .is th son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stewar of 2026 "Ninth avenue.' Dr. .ind Mrs.-Earle Rugg ei lertained members of Dr. Bugg class on marriage and the-famil at-» Christmas lea;Sunday after noon in their 'apartmi.nl in th Faculty club. About 30 were pres enl. -·' ' ' ' ·' The Thanksgiving day marriag at Vancouver, Wash., of Carol Tharp .of Portland, Ore., and -\Va ter S. : Miller, son of Mr. and Mr b.'Hi- Miller of 211 Fifteenth'stree has been learned by friends'here ·'LI. Thomas E.'Atkinson.Jr.;;wh his'just returned frpni-Tok'yo Ba a'ri'd .Mr.s". ~Atkinson ;'.wUJ;"-)be.: t! ' ior guests ot 'l "dinner"/p'ar Thursday evening ft the Count club. His falheri Dr; T. : E. :Alki son, wilr preside. Covers will aid for Messrs.''and' Mesdam John Wheeler,. Charles 'VVheele Charles Lott, B. D/ Peterson,IRo ert Fliegar,' Grant W'illso'n Jri'a Harry Schank. , Evinti if Ault Church Christmas program rehearsal f the primary, junior and intermec ale departments .it the First l.ul ef an church o Ault will be held Sa urday at 1 o'clock at the chur'c 8 o'clock.and !be4eachers,meetir ill be hem'Th'ufsday afternoon The board of administration "mee at the church Tuesday evening 2 o'clock, also at the church. Friday, Dec.' 2, 1C55, GREELEY.-TRIBUNE '-Fift^i '-."By. R u t c b W A N :; ; ,. 'WASHINGTON -: The 'General 'ed era lion '· of ^ W t men's \Clubs ' is nationwide. · drive againsl"-horror'".and-, sex^" comic book's : -to- 'include. "'nnut''''mag-~ azines".. ' .'. : .. ^ - . . ' ··' .' ' ..The'"campa'ign to clean-up.Ihe 'comic '· books is - vigorously spoft- sored by-Mrs. Thebdorc.Chapman,' Jerseyyille, 111.,^ president, of the wni-lri^c. ' la 'an'ti ' ~ ~nfa^n\inl Inn Children's Choir :Has Childishr.Pranks bu, . Offers Glorious 'Music rnoon in'the-sanctuary. Mrs.'Austin Stoneman prese nt«d ppro'priate devotions' on Joy. The nSpiring program o f ' Christmas nusic'whlch followed'.was'arranged y Mrs.^Eugene Sha* Carter. Mrs. larence Baab offered i enediclion. 'prayer of Members of Circle-2 served re- reshments in the lower temple.'he lea.table was decorated'.with :hristmas in every detail. Pouring fere Mrs. Robert Larson, ;wife of le pastor, and Mrs. - Clarence aab,- who is -president of the -Mis- ion society. : '.-. · ' .Hostesses, from- Circle 1 includ- d · Mesdames J. E. Johnson, Ah- rewMorris, Merle-,Oliver,- Fred sullen and Koert Zuiderweg.' Next meeting will-be Jan. 5, with Circle 1 hostess. Mrs. J-. r A. Benson will give devotions and Mrs. M/ E. iurnell/'the program-nn- Colorado Specials -.in. Review..- . ' ' · · ' . Republicans^of ' [lave ^100; a Plale;-'- Dinner on M : 20th - DENVER ·.(»)·'.-- : Colorado lie publicans are going to hoUtatl a-pjate 'dinner here'.Jan.' 20 .to mark 'the third . .anniversary. President Eisenhower's inaugura tion and. to.raise Blinds for the 1956 campaign.. .'. . . The dinner .at 'the Shirley-Savoy Hotel will feature, a'.closed circuit tele cast,: bringing the nation's top party-figures to the dinner and lo similar affairs throughout the country. - ' · · · - . ' . . . . A speaker, yet lo. be named, also .will b'e featured'at the Denver dinner. , - . . · . _ · ." · A l t h o u g h tome .areas '.have rice surpluses, sbnie of the rice-eating 'peoples -may go hungry because price and political struggles prevent Ihelr getting it, says the National Geographic Society. . . By W. C., R O G E R S . . . . Aiiociit»d Prtu Art! Editor NEW YORK UK--Flaxen hair in' pigtails, tubby legs, -chubby little figures,. wide smiles, blue eyes, perky Old-World nods and bows,'a smattering of.-English, a ruslr'af German', a grand ' wild-.flood ' of song-i-that's the.ObernXirchen Children's .Crioir. ; . . ' . . ' . - ' ' ' Last year, aged about '7^ to' 18, they'Came here'scheduled to give one Town Hall concert, and were so popular "they · gave five. "This year, they appeared' there twice prior ' to a 50-concerl lour o f - t h e cpuntry. ' -t" ' ' They stayed here in the Great Northern Hotel. :They filled .the corridors : like :flies; -everywhsre you looked there were givls il blue and gray -peasant- costumes and white -knee-length socks; they got lost iri-'ihe 'upper ireaches of the place; ! lhey : were'summoned to-rein a ground-floor'hall and all-scurried in late--Ihe 10-year- old supposed to. waken-them-had alien sound'asleep.herself. ' r They offered me the tips of their 'inger?, did * : ,juick ' half-formal I'alf-curlsey, and said: . · "Ye's, we'love America." · -.'.· "You h'ave such tall buildings." "You have so many motors/';"We liave'all'beeri lorthe Em pure Slate." · ' ;' , '·"·-·' " "We have lears when we le your..CQ-unlry'." --.·' ' t ' ' ·' '. ' People, have tears when the leave llieir concerts,'too,.for thes tabnled derrnan youngsters -pu on a sometimes heart-breaking performance:-'they sing, they, mimic, _ ^ , vyorld's-' la.'gcst'' brganizalion . of women. . . / . ; . . The success o f . l l i i s c a m r a l g n , now'about 18 nionths okl, is encouraging the clubyomen^ to - go after ."another empire of ·'p'ur- ricnce"--Ihe pornographic .magazines. .-. . ; ' ' - - T h e c'urrenl issue.of the 1 Club- woman,, .the Federation's 'monlhly magazine, calls- attention .of the organization's 16,000.memlier clubs to "morals at slake on your newsstands.".- , - .- . . Describing-.pornography as a multimillion-dollar vice enterprise, the magazine says .'Many of our news stands' are selling publications that are'subversive to [ good morals-and failh, debasing'and de-! grading lo susccplibie youth." The drive.against the objectionable magazines is headed by Mrs. Walter V.'Mngcc, Lakcvrood,' Ohio, chairman' of the club's civic affairs department, who has headed the comic.book calnpaign. . . · .The 'Federation,. definitely does not believe ·the.ic'e.nsprsfiip, i s - t h e answer, to life. mago'zine 'problijrri % "Failure lo.enfirce.laws.now.bn, our books is-'bu'r^cliief.slale'mate, not creation \6.f 'new. ojies.V'Clubwoman: say's!. "The .'most^efficient way 'to' solve the'.'n'roblpm is lo.be-^ In at the sourcc-^with the'puh-' Christmas; College '-Saturday \NjghV;! . The ceremony of the hanging, ol Ihs-i greens, a holiday'tradition at CSCE-; .will, be observed at Tobe'y Kendel dining'hail'for;women Saturday- night..at 6:15,-p.m'.,. under the sponsorship, of .the : Women's' Residencc"Hall5. council.-".It .will be followed by the; annuarchrist- ma.s dinner at the hall.' '-.-..^ .· . ·.; The C.nris'hriju'..candlelight · dinner'^of^the men's ;fesidfn'ce'. halls also will be held Saturday'nightal Cross' hall by-the Tri.Dorm "cb'un- The dinners''precede-tho" annual Christmas ball at the Student Un- iori.-wherc^Dciin Bu'sh'neH's orche's- ,tra will play! Santa Clau's wllVpre- sent recognition awards to two CSCE faculty.-rnembers. ' ". ·. Anjilhcr. Christmas seas'on'evenl at-lhe college is the;annual'Chrisl* mas. musjcalc by the'.CSCE choii · '· ·:·'· ... . :;- . . " ' - Sundty nlgB at SilS.pYlrxk^io Uw · heatero( Frasier.hall.-'.: f\'-\f- Tho .-annual'ficulty \riitiyiijr A'uslra'lian ·fisheryVKsejrch'.··· iccrs, -studying : th|e' habits:pf tuna,-, rave* caught 'tun*Vw'eiihing-trc« I 100. to .185 i»unds"20' mUe»_«« Sjd-! ney. TheyT»lso'caught,two;-»pe«i-.' nens of a'.raVc\deep'-s'e* fish,'tht . snake mackerel. ;i · V-.- '·"-. ''.v'-t.':" 1 · FRUITCAKES Attractive Cont»iner«- _',;· Order 'Today,;' ] y bpH-Mnii ' -'!.': , ' SPhone ', ^:.X' N ; - ·14234-- ' .""U:.:·.-':;·' BOYS' BOMBER JACKETS . ' Nylon o^d Gabardme, fur collor-^Slzei 2'to 7 ..Value. $5.98, NOW $3.00 BOYS' LO^IG JACKETS '-''?.'.- ':'· ·.':' ;·' My!on "and Gabardine; Size 1 to · 6 ' ; . ..-. · Value. $7.98, NOW'$5.!8-, ·· ' BOYS' WOOL BOMBER-JACKETS .-."'.;. · .Fur Coilqr.-Slze'i ;to'.6 i .'···! ' .- -Value -$8.98,- NOW- $5.98 - - · - · BOYS'. LONG WOOL JACKETS . . ·-.'..' ' · ' Fur Collar, Size \ lo 6. , ' . · - ' - . '. - ' Value -$11.98, NOW $7.98' ' · 80YS 1 LONG. WOOL JACKETS ..'··- : ; ! ·" ' ·'-. ' Size 8 lo' 10.' . -i ' · - '··'·.. ''· : Value $1-1:95, NOW-?7.98 to $9.98 : ishcr. 1 "The publishers, themselves/must realize''the)?, responsibility .to.^the jublic,.' and : regulate themselves, is the motion- picture induslry/h.as done so, successfully." * The clubwomen believe they hac definite part in the .-'decision made by comic hook publishers to organize themselves into 'an i sedation last October to draft cleanup, code. ' - ' GIRLS' COAT -- Add-A- Year ' · · ' ' . ' ' - , ' Size ! lo M ' . · · " · - . . - : REDUCED 5 0 % , ; : .-; . . : ; , ..., BOYS'.'HYLON SHIRTS ' . . ' ' . : . ' , . , ; · , ' · .''Up to u - ...... . ' · ' , · · ..-;..':,· , : . - . · ' - . '$1.00 ' : . ' l - ( ' . ' . ' . · - ; . ' SP'ORT'SHIRTS : . · '-\'..- Short or^i Long Sleeves -- uo to : I 2 ; .' ...Reg. $2.98, NOW, $1;5P- - · ' . T H E SALE OF THE.YEAR . . ' ; Good , Thru Monday Night Only · ^' ;· SAVINGS 'UP TO. 50 «^^;v v ' : : ; ^J:'''open 'til 8:30 Monday Night ,. · . TOTS and JUNIORS . 8 3 ! 9th St. .. .'. .' Art* You A ·1847 Rogers Bros. Service for 6 $43.50 ^. ||[v*rpF«te by Wm. Roger* A Son, s and .HoTmet 4 Edward* - . · ' - · · Finer Jewelry For Lul -- And Credit, Too. ' (Open Saturday Night* 'Til 8:30) A careful .investor, look's- first 'for" safety, : then ' convenience, then, a high return.' Safety is first because it is the main difference between investing and speculating, . . Convenience is what makes you-avoid investmenrs-in Africa or Australia. t '-':, High earnings blways moke.good sense.".- That's what 'Mountain Savings offers- you-- insured: safely, home-town convenience, qnd-high earnings., You're. always welcome to'cohne in and make a careful inquiry about the insured investments'. , . . Your Quality Jeweler "^ ·19 Tenth St. DINNER-CERTIFICATE OF DISTINCTION BRAND NAME RETAILER OF THE YEAR Currenr earning pfl»« compounded itmi-onnually. M-QUNTAIN . S AVI N G-S JtHi.l*t*Au*iatfo*. or Coulc/er, Lorgmont and Grttliy ' .'··, . 934 9 they .'gesture, they .look.mournful, thejv turn happy without the slightest sign of self-consciousness. ..'.; Don't they ever, forget |heir pa'rlV, thai seven-year-old boy soloisl, for inslance? · . ' . ' · . . · '-. Never. They,'do not learn from paper bill -from .hearing, their leader anil conductor, 'Miss iJdith' Mocller, say »nd ting the words first. In facl, during rehearsal, .Miss Moeller was Ihe only-one: lo forgel: she tried tto-ilop a singer hs big as your thumb, before the song was finished,-and the singer carried boldly on. . · In 1953 they were the winners,.in com'petilion with 25 other, young choirs-from all over. Europe,-'of Ihe'Llangollen Eisteddfod in Wales. goet : Dylan Thomas then labeled them '.'angels in pigUils."; - , · ' Are they-always angels? Don't they ever cut up? - .. ·The publicity agent said: "if only grown-up.singers-acted' as" well!" The manager said, ','CJut up?"-puzzled, as it U was 'a phrase she'd never-heard, especially in connection with her. exemplary charges. · But the truth was,.wrung out of them at last: .A- girl will find a sleeve of her costume sewn up t i g h t : jusi as sties' hurrying . to dress for a concert. Or ihe'll run her feet down into her bed al night and crack a toe.on, something planted t h e r e . b y - a fellow.;artist. Hew-, comers. to..tlie troupe undergo a mild- Initiation Furthermore, the childreri, il:was confess;d, are-nol models of neatness;-they accumu^ [ale things--place mats, matin boxes, postal cards, toy-animals-r and', every ,iow''and- then there has lo be. a ruthless house-cleaning Ip keep their belongings down lo a' manageable b u l k . - " ' . , . . . The company, only six years old, comes ' f r o m a town o f . 7,000. inhabitants near "Hanover, Germany. Miss 'Mpeller, ' s'pdal wo.rker ' a s well' as "musician, ( started the choir to give .the younK. people something to do.'when a kfnd of peace had returned to their -w.ar- lorn 'country. The parents are, or were, .'lawyers,, doctors', woEk men.- . . . . . . ' ' . . .The ,10.'girls and six, boys came over' here-wilh.only three adults in charge. Willfi piano, or jonietimcs guitar accom'pahirnent,'"thcy 'sing their theme song, "The Happy Wanderer,"- composed "by Miss Mocller's brother'and widely heard here" as a juke box and Hif-Parade favorite; and they program a work adapted from Grimm, "The Bremen Town-Musicians"; and also folksongs, Brahms -and Mendelssohn. Proceeds go to building a home'Jor' underprivileged childen 1a their community. For more enduring gifts for everyone-shop your IRHA S P E C A L FOR CHMSTMAS Wqr« TinnB-savinp Chrislmjs gift . .-'.'· · RUBBERMAID'mSHWASHINGTEAM ; HA1LITI. by VVf *R-IV« , e O P P E R f C O L O I E O . C O V E I S . N E V E l TAKMISK- NEVER NEED POUSKINCI S»TCS Her! 30 mtauta . 'every .d»y. j Deluxe Drainer air-dries dishes, his . g outside 2l»isholdere,.po'HWe silverware cup 2Vi'Qi,.TEA'KET]LE- 9. IN. BRAZIER '.- ' ' ' Mitch intr Dralnbcard Tray- Is «etf- draining k«ps dr»inboijd d.rjr. ·».»· NO-SHOCK TOOLS P.*rfc1'girt .'Cor man OPENERS A practical gift lovet 365 day* a y*or . ROCKET looli,. . . ir-destrucliblc j n - ' ; · n o r m a l 'me.'" T u b u l a r Hee ' s h i f t , a o n l l i p niihfon grip. HANDYMAN Flashlight the Fineit, way lo Good Coffee : fwimr.',0pir'ai»i thumb -- r9 fgmbflnfi f+r iwitdl to ttit dor fc. . . W« fiv. "S t H" GrHD Stim'pt ·t your friendly Rtxall Storii-- Cilb«rt-Biirip Drv».,-Ay. Phone 4156 OFFEN HARDWARE 9th St. at 18th Ave. ' ' "YOUR FAMILY GIFT CENTER" OPEN SATURDAY EVENING "Never A Parking Problem" We rtive £££f;Gr««n StampB V I ·Y f -

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