Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 26, 1962 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 26, 1962
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MOB, Nov. 26, 1962 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pag« 15 Lin4* Bkklin| tarry And*rt*n |Forbes-Heuer \ r ows Ruby Heuer of Denver and Donald Forbes of Golden were married ia a ceremony Thanksgiving Day at the Koddand Community Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Esther Heuer of Davenport, D., and the bridegroom is the n of A. F. Forbes of 1802 7th it. The bride is an art teacher « Arvada and the bridegroom wns Ralston Greenhouse at Golien. They will make their home] Golden. The Rev. Lyle Schossow offici- ed at the double ring service. || Miss Janet Langlie was organ- it (or the ceremony. The altar was adorned with car-!| itions, gladiolus and Fuji mums.jl The bride wore a brown dress] ith brown accessories and she arried cymbidium orchids. Miss Marlyn Ray of Denver ·as maid of honor, James Forbes i [ Laltewood served as best man.!, Following the ceremony, a din- 1 er was served to 25 guests at Henritze's. IK'S SUPER DRUG STORE EEUXHHI Nincy Nwnun Ann* Blum Crtf Sprinfttin Eaton High Juniors Will Present "A Little Honey" As Class Play Junior Class of Eaton High|Delorcs Megglehammer; Barry School will present "A Little Anderson. Tom Corning. Honey" by William Davidson Fri- Greg Springston, Koger Minday at 8:15 p.m., at the Eaton ton: Sharon Cozzcns, Eve Tyler; High School auditorium. JMarilee Lcffler, Martha; Elaine Mrs. Drucilla Whilham is dir-jWebster, Mrs. Simmons; Anne Wednesdo/s Calendar FOUR SEASONS HAND LOTION Pint Bottle, 1.00 Value ASSORTED PLASTIC CHRISTMAS FLOWERS 3 · - 25e ALPINE FREEZER PAPER 1! In. x 150 ft. Roll 99C HOME PERMANENT 2.00 LILT Social Briefr :s TOOTH PASTE 69c Tube Gleem . . Fourteen members of HDL Club enjoyed their annual Thanksgiv- ng dinner last week at the BlueJ flame Room. Guests were Mmes. Ida Zamora, Charles Robinson and Tom Burnam. Mrs. Burnamil of the welfare department, gave a talk on welfare families, their children, children in foster homes, u and case workers. She thanked!! the club for its donations in the past. Mrs. Les Steward won the club prize. Hostesses were Mrs. Woodrow Scott and Mrs. Fred Woman's Society of Christian i Russell Next meet i ng will be Dec. Service Circles of the First ^ at ^ ^ me o( Irs aeward Methodist Church; Barbara , 533 14th Ave Members m to Dunker, Pancake House, 7:30,! bring gi(ts (or secre[ pals and ASSORTED CHOCOLATES QUEEN ANNE SOVEREIGN 2 y 2 Pound Gift Box 88 PHOTO FLASH BULBS AGl-Boxofl2 RECORDING TAPE ACETATE, 1200 Foot Roll . 49 PEPTO- BISMOL I 39c 0l 59c / ARRESTIN COUGH MEDICINE 1.19 Valui 69c cctor with Curtis Nicholson assisting as student director. Members of the cast and characters they portray are Bonnie Siegrist, Jerry Minton; Kenneth Boab. Albert Parker; Nancy Norman. Caroline or "Scoots;" Linda Bidding, Uianna; Ann Hhodcs, wrapped gifts for foster children Jauni. Grandma Thornton; Robert Winter, the Sure-Shot Man. "A Little Honey" is the story of the Minton family. Mr. and Mrs. Minion, who live in a small Midwestern town, desire happiness for their children however each had different ideas about accomplishing this goal. Their children arc torn two ways by their disagreeing parents To add to the confusion, a wealthy widow tries to capture Minton for herself and a 77-year-old grandmother appears on the scene. A nurse is hired to watch Grandma, the cook threatens to 10 Health Tips For the Holidays Very hardy types are the storybook personalities who represent the holiday season. There are the quit because of a jumping frog Pilgrims, who plunked themselves ;a frustrated couple in love have down on log benches and munched their troubles, and the bug ex- turkey and corn outdoors. Then terminator arrives to make it a hilarious play. there's Santa Claus, who's never had » sneeze or sniffle after count- loss rooftop voyage* in tub-zero weather. Ordinary mortals aren't u lucky as they go about spreading holiday cheer. Thanksgiving usually signals the (tart of the catch-cold season; come Christmas, the bugs are circulating in full force. Besides the Ic-sls of physical endurance, there are extra demands on lima during the holidays-- parties, shopping and family schedules. The weather nlone presents new hazards all around. Hero are some tips on ways to preserve family health during the busiest season of the year: A lillle preventive medicine can help. Try to arrange for each member of Uic family to have flu ihols More the holidays start. Check out foul weather gear for everyone, boots, scarves anc gloves. If the children are com ing home from school or college remind thorn lo pack these ar lidos. When you or the children are likely to come homy late from parlies, readjust the thermostat so the house will be warm well into the night. Mrs. Fred Hohnbaum and Miss Dorothy Whipple, hostesses; Pauline Goodwin, Mrs. Don Rice, 1115 23rd Avc. Court, 1:30. WTK. Mrs. William Ross, president's home at CSC, 2:00. OKSN. Colony Room, 1:00. Mrs. Edgar Atkinson, hostess. Home Economists in Homemaking, Blue Flame Room, 8:00; Mrs. Howard Lang to give program on antiques. United Church Women, boar of managers meeting, Firs Congregational Church lounge 9:30. Amico Kensington, First Congregational Church Fellowship Hall, 9:30. Christian Women's Fellowship Groups of the First Christian Church, Seven, Mrs. Roger Harbert, 2625 22nd Ave. Court 7:30; Fellowship Guild, Mrs. W K. Erwta, 2612 12th Ave. Court, 7:30. Evening Belles Toastmistress Club, Gold Medallion Room. 8:00. Kebckahs. dinner for Mrs. Joyce SciriirterviUe, state president's official visit. 1OOF Hall, 8:30; friends invited. Gipson Social Club, Mrs. Robert "Shauhan, 293S lUh Ave., J:00; election of officer!. Past Presidents of American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Spencer {amiljes VITAMIN C 100 nig., 100 Tablets Trent, 8:00. AAUW Book Review Group, MAALOX ANTACID 12 Oz. Liquid, 1.75 Value . KOTEX Box of 48 Regular . ENGAGED - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Messenger of Denver announce the engagement of thoir granddaughter, Carolo I,ynn Messenger, to John William iRill) 1'arkcr son of Mr. and Mrs. John Philip Parker of Ia Snlle. Miss Messenger is a graduate of Jefferson High School in Jefferson County. She is employed by the Bell Telephone Co. in Denver. Parker is Try lo slock up on hipln-aloric ,, g rn( | U ntc of La Salle High for meal-misscrs. Put| s 0 hoo! mid attended Colorado ··me vitamins on the breakfast table and have handy the makings for hot soups and drinks. If possible, try not to schi'dulc loo many events on any one day. He selective about invitations and pick lh« IhiuRs you rc.illy cnoy. If you iiiuM move furniture nnmnil lo put up the Christmas Iree. point out the chances In cv oryimo. Many n nasly fall has occurred nver ,1 hassock m rh;iir Hint lircn shifted from its accustomed place. Of course, you want the ehil- dien lo limk nice when you visit relative*. I'ti! hear in mind they'll «:inl In piny outside after eating. Take alone boots, caps and stxiw. «;iit* to pul on when they've hnd enough nt indoor adult company The family is p» in S lo K" 1 homy »v. particularly if there are. tpcnngorj in the family. A prc-holiday chock-up is a wise iile.i. rnexpocled piwls diop in fro- qurnlly durini; Ihf holidays. ICTVO on « from lighl HI they won't fall on rfipprry sidewalks and slnlrs. With all the m-liuly K"ing i lx sure ymi'ic a» protected ns possible against accidents at homo ni-.d abroad. Take a look n your insurance policies to ho sure ihey aro in force for both you nulomnliilo »nd mir hnmr. Stale University njid Colorado Slnie College. He is now employed by the Union Pacific Railroad. No date has been sol for the wedding. Mrs. Frank Walek, 1918 14th St., 7:30; Mrs. Gladys Page assisting. Progressive HD Club, Mrs Harold Hunter, 1121 23rd Ave. Installation of officers. Job's Daughters, M a s o n i c Temple, covered dish dinner, 6:00; children from Midwest C h i l d r e n ' s Home, honored guests; meeting, 7:30. BETH ROTH ED-Mr. and Mrs. Everett H. Burns of Fort Collins announce the engagement of their daughter. Patsy Jean, to Ronald Lee Putnam, son of Mr. Mrs. Ted A. Putnam of Fort Collins, formerly of Greeley. Miss Burns is a senior at Fort Collins High School. Putnam attended HeaUi Junior High School and is a 1961 graduate of Fort Collins High School. He is now attending Colorado State University. No date has been s«t for the wedding. LINED RUBBER GLOVES HOSTESS, 98c Value . . Pair 98c DIAPER LINERS DENNISON, B o x o f 1 4 4 . . . ANACIN FOR PAIN 200 Tablet! 1.98 Value___1.33 Q-TIPS COTTON SWABS 9«C Sire 59c SPICE ISLAND SPICES LARGE VARIETY, POPULAR PRICED The varied styling of winter I boots probably will help extend I Jreir usefulness to "home on the I range" next spring. Good exam-1 pie -- Simonetta's hish and low I leather boots in taupe and smokell tones that look wonderful with|| country sport clothes. HOLLY TIE CHRISTMAS RIBBON ISO Foot Assorted 1.50 Value Cook's Price . 99c Stork Exprtis Born to Mr. and Mrs. James E. Schenck of La Salle, a son on Saturday, Nov. 24, al Weld County jcncral Hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Satur of 2532 15th Aw. Court, a daughter on Monday, Nov. 26, al Weld County General Hospital. Vnl!a will buy dairy sloi-k. Rebekah Assembly President's Dinner Wednesday, Nov. 28 6:30 p.m. $1,35 Rehekahs «nd Frlendi Invittd. Reservations by noon Tuesday. Phone 35:-39?s CURLING RIBBON 3 Roll Pack 135 Feet, 59c Value pkgs. 59c Social Briefs Six members of (he VF\V Aux- ili.iry went lo I)enver Inst week n hospital corps meeting al the VA. Hospital I'lnns were discussed Chrislmns parlies In the VA hospitals in the Denver nrca. The women took eight Ixixes o various kinds of greeting cards to lie used by the patients Those going were I-e-oln nnd Georgia Kocnig nnd Mines. II. II. Harris Tom Squibb. Hazel Daum. nm Walter Humney. Mrs Harris l chairman, plans to pack ookies and cnndy for Kil;.«iir,nn« I IKT home Ihr. 4. at 1 p.m. Mcmlcrs (4 the auxiliary are ask- d In lirmi; sti£;tr cookies or can- ly re.-idy to IH- packed. They will «· taken to the hospital at the next rei' party IVc. 6. Hiiki 1 n Ri nham cracker crust iind fill «ilh Ice crciim, wrap and trrfic. Have an icecream sauce ready in the refrigerator so you can "so Ihls dfswrt wlwn lime short nr when yr^i have unrx jiorted guests. Fall and Winter YULETIDE SELECTED GIFT WRAP 3 Big Rolls 26 Inches Wide 1.00 Value SALE PRICE . DENNISON FANCY FOIL CHRISTMAS WRAP With Matching Redi-Tied Bows 2.00 Value SALE PRICE TONI "ANSWER" DANDRUFF RINSE 1.00 Bottle . 59c THE FAMOUS "Marbiette" CADDY MIRACLE FOAM. STY R E N E WORLD'S FINEST INSULATOR WASHABLE MOISTURE PROOF CAPACITY PRESTONE DE-ICER 1.00 AEROSOL CAN 69c PRESTONE Gasoline Anti-Freeze 43c i : -^W* s *^ ' 1 BIG Rolls PERFECT ','WKIK JAR U'K I'AUtn' KKF.PS U'K CriJ 2-J HOURS PRICE ONLY CHRISTMAS Gin WRAP 6 IliK RolU 26 In. Wide 1.98 Valu* 99c

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