Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 7, 1955 · Page 15
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oman A Joitphlnt Miller Editor OfficeisSfPV Grahge Installed Platte: Valley grange held inslal latlon for-,'1956 officers at the iieet ing last-week at Kersey. Jim Laf ion, a past master and charier member ; pf the grange, with tho .as- iistarjcc'-.bf Mrs! Lillic.Cunningham, e6nduct.ed..the i ceremony. The ".; following" were installed: Dcan : Demaree, master: Al Peters overseern-Ella.Mae. Cox, lecturer; Ed Cox steward Reuben Herbst assistant -"steward;.-Mamie ( --Bradley ^chaplain } Kalhryn Giesick treasurer;,Huth.Hertfst;' secretary I eo Ponlly gatekeeper Margact Demarcf Cenes Rita D imly Po mona Helen Herbst Flora Fstlier Peters, lady .assistant steward; and George Cunningham member of executuCj committee A paid up life membership :.cer ; tificile/was ·presented after the in stall aljon to .' Mr. · and -.Mrs. Ed Romans. s Mrs. Ella'Mae Cox; lecfurer,~,re ported on', th'e state conference =ol lecturers held in Denver Dec. 2 and 3 it the Olln hotel Mrs Gladys Innes of Denver stale! lectmr presided. , Working- - Pomona, ; o! which Ihe.Plalle Valley, grange is a. part,.haditheilargest.attendance present Subjects stressed w e community service civil defence safety; atidVfire, preyantipn/ degree work and publicity p Mrs Cunningham ilso reported Robert A.. Behrman 5 y, _ ATTORNEY AT LAW /ANNOUNCES That His Offices Art Now Located In -- SUITE 313 314 - f GkEELEY BUILDING a the meetingO.il the slate home conomics committee,' hikt'it' th« »me tlmf. and plice'ss the lee ureri' Teonfcrehce.'..'»Ir5.S.Lottie Warren of Derby is late chairman was in charge. The year's program Was planned . r Next event for the grange will be he'ChriSlmas' party, fSr members and their families on Dec. 14 at 8 A Decade Ago · D«c*mb*r 7 |Mi Mrs.' . LUlle "Lane ·:entertained SCE students ' who : live i'»t : -hei; home. 1829 Seventh iv'chu*;' at phnstmas party and waffle supper p rid ay evening t 'Phyllis 'Kochi'daughter "of.. Mr. nd Mrs H W Koch of 1618 Eleventh 'avenue, and Chief Petty Offifer David iromm son of Mr a'nd'-Mft.- r 'Peter ··Frin'm-' of.- Sli Fourteenth avenue were married Saturday afternoon ^ec 1 Berkeley', -Calif. Mrs.'Lloyd Fenno ."nd Mrs'. Cyril Lyster attended the slate PTA con ventlon in. Denver Thursday * Mr. :'arid Mrs.' Harry Wiebking wer« hosts' at the traditional caro tea" Sunday" allerhMri · at" Sriyder hall. Dorothy' Lee, daughter of FranX M. Lee of-Lee-Brothers'Hardware company, was married recent! to Lorcn -MacDonnoll,' son-of- Mrs Christirie M a c D o n n e 11-of- Ejevcnth street. Mr.^and Mrs.; Mac Donnell l are"now-at home at Og'den"street; Denver. -First Lt..Alice Baab, daughter o Mr.' arid. Mrs.. Henry Baab of 1723 Seventh"'avenue,', left Friday eve ning by-train'.for Louisville", Ky', where · 'she -is'" stationed "at.- thi Nichols General hospital as a phy sical therapist. Drippings from roast beef wonderful for frying.potatoes. Witt Be Honored Saturday^/ Buy Your Christmas Watches NOW! While selection is complete-before the Christmas crowds Up To $ 25 a ° For Your Old Watch Mr and Mrs F G LocXridge of 903 fifth street ^ill observe their'fifty-fifth'.wedding anniversary Saturday.. 1 They: will-be' honor;' ed at an open house at the home of their diufhtcr Airs Ifirold Croissant S20 Twenty second street from 2 30 to S o clock All of their friends and neighbors are invited Thoto of the Lockndgcs by Dob Buchanan ^ ' Coheertby-Choiik at GHS Thursday The. .advanced ..choir.-of Greeley High.'school" will; give .-its'-"annual Christmas, progra'm 'Thursday, eve ning at 8 o'clock in the" school auditorium The concert is free" and^ the public is invitcd-to attend. Program follows: N Now 'l^et.^Every Tongue 1 Adore Thee ,--.'3s; Jarr.;by Gillettf . Christiansen _arr.'.by 'Felcher Christmas Bclls__ A Cradle IlymnL. Yule L6g Song_ Allowance JES Kensington tins ChrJstmas.parly of OES,-Kc'psing on waVheltl Ti^esday v afternoon at he Masonic. T,e,inple,-Mrs, lone At- jnsonipr'eskled at, the.^stuirt business meeling / Nominating -cqm.mUUjo. .is com- xjsed-pf Mrs. yi Giles,'Mrs. Deity McVeigh and Mrs. Annie VickUpy "Members wjere reminded ( O j h r m g ttfelr gifts for the guests.at.the OES day evening. Mrs. Eva. Hinds-)iad- :ha"rg"e Of Ihe -Christmas'- program, She *sdn'g Auxiliary ,Tea x Will Be ' Held Thursday Afternoon Woman 3 auxilur of"" Trinity Episcopal churqh is having a Christmas tea;Thursda) afternoon at 2 o clock at the home of Mrs Robert Cummings 1714 Fourteenth street road All women of th church are invited, ] ' Mrs FranWin Taylor president of the Woman s auxiliary of Luke's-Hospitali'Denver,'"will speak on the work of the auxiliary at bt Luke s the) chapel and volunteer nurses 'aids ;Mrs/ Taylor-will be".accompanied by'-'sevcral 1 members of Stt; Luke's Hospital; auxiliary,- \who'-',wiir-be special guests:at (lip lea. The '1936 "officers"'of" : the".local auxiliary- will : be electoral ;thii time, ,'-."· / Mrs F R iloughtalmg is tea chairman." Her' committ' posed of-Me: Ted Stevens GHS Cridt-.Eirh Honon «t A*M. Fort Cbllins-^Samuel WalterMe Candless and Carole Lois 01 on 1954 graduates of Greeley h i g h school chalked up enviable scho laslic reco d during the 1954 5 freshman e a r at Colorado College.:Miss Stella MorricV r'egis trar ' and - admissions idfficer AS.M reportsHhat they mamtainec a gFidc~a«f3g r of B oTbetter dur ing thc/firsE three"quarters of thei ·college- careers'-'at: the' Fort Col lirifi school. ncr t u m i m u ^ u . is v 1 -" 11 . esdarnes Nprnnn Lyster is'.and H C Ols^n ' * atwut 6ur convenient :CREDlf-TERMS! Choir. Violin solo, Concerto in' A" Minor. _ _______ 'Bach Koral, Molander Mrs. U. C Molander, accompanisl Poem, 1 The Inn That Missed It's 'Chance Jlargairet Reichhardt Vocal solo, -Cantigiie be Noct__ 'Jim.McCrea'- Story, War.mth.bf the Star _ _Martha King' Dairs Carole Mink What 'Can This Mcan?^'__ ; ..S!atey Silent Night Holy Nighl _ arr by Gruber Parks Jingle^ Bells _ , _ arr.' ; b"y Picrpo'nt.; y.arlowc Triple Trit Clai^dia Meyers Koral Moland er. Jo'ah^Eslreicb, Mar'cl.a Chan- rier, -.La Verle Darling, Kdnda Hafkey, Sue.-TUchardson, Joyce . B echthold, : Frances E_n gel Essay, Let's Keep. Christmas^. . "-'Prfgr ''Marshall ·Don.' Jones Willie. Take Your D r u m : -- _ .arr, by.Strickling Joyous Be.lls of. Christ m.as. ,, _ · ^ : -'-'' :m --' m arr'. by Luvaas Christmis -Starlight_i_Chrisliansen A Merry, Ghf'istmaslarr.' by Warreil -'·'.. : ^. ''.·;.; Choir" . Choir 7 ' is.. -urider the direction-, ol Miss Helen E.' Tanner . and 'speakers, Mrs.. Grace Dawsoh. GA»D OP THANKS ieVe'ral' ..vdcali- selections,- after which .the'group" "joined-'in ".singing carols, The Ch istmas dccorajio^ t vere provided by Mrs \tkmson x "- y l l hc president The hostesses for Ihe ellefnoon were Mesdames-Gerd'iide Kammerer,' M t V e_'l"g h , ' Carrie Schnobr and Alice Couture: ·The"hostesses appointed f o r ' t h e Jan. 3'. meeling.. are .Mrs. .Lutic Repp, Mrs.'. Giles . and . M r s . iFlo Gates. NICKS , Mny vye take, thls.w'ayzta'th our mnny'frionds'.vrho. by cards and calls, cheered our loved;one d u r i n g "Ills.stay in; the - hospital "Vyo.'nlso '^^ant'.to .thank nlVwh cxtentlcd i. rointorling 'help' .and Bymiall]y -(luring .o'ilr'-.bereave- incut. .For · (He' : orgnn 'memorial fund and .floral offerings' ant many'.other / kindlltiS50a''we. 1 are truly^ grateful. The.fanilly-of JCHSO A. Kicks Admitted to Weld County Gene'ri hospital Tuesday/Dec. .6!'-.Gail Ko bobei, 8 Long's Peak' avenue; Mrs William Gdelzel, "H'oute'"v2; 'Mrs Robert T. : Calkins,'. Cheyenne;- Mrs Frank Torrei;. Route .4;- Darlene Aikuison,' Bclford hall;.. Ray Ta keda, .Kersey; Frcd-C. Teller, ,71(1 FUfeenth street;, Mr;. ..Ralph 1 ; Keil 1416-Tenth'avenue; Ha'rnona Mar tinez,-"-Eaton;. ;Mrs.' s William 2 Bruce, 1015 Nineteenth street; Mn Donald McCown.-Brighlqn.. -. , ~. : Dismissed: Orville Lamb, -181 Fifteenth avenue.; Mrs. xWillim R Malmo, Ault; Mr's. -H^riry. Kaiser Wiggins; Albert G. Scholl, 821 Thift stree.1 Fort Lupton;.:Mefed|th'Jb hanse'n, Gilcre_st.'; : .''. : --' ';' ·. -.~ : 'Alarm Without:yV(n-d')'; GRAND HAVEN", J Mich..wi --^ 2-year-old \yho hadn't learned''! say "fire 1 ' woke his ather m'lim for him to rescue members of th family from their burning horne Douglas. Boyer kept screamin "hotly" until, he-woke his.father Waller, 26, Ah overheated furna'c had set the house afire. -. -.' -. ' ' - - - ' , ; . . - ' All Niw.'M 8ty]e» -- Choote'from.ifiMe famoui n«m«i: · ·Himilton . . :i» Elyln." ·' ' · ' - · i'.bmtji. - LttCoultrf · ·Wlttnauir - · Griien ' . · Bulova Open Sat.' and Mon. Nights r 'Til 8:30 USE THE TRIBUNE 'WANT AD .Your.Quality Jeweler ' tenth StJ Credit --You Name Your · Qw.n Terms... ·-. ll'so, i'rlte to Speais'Chiroprao- tio Hospital, -Denver, .Cpjo., for Testimonial 1 Proof, of Ve'sults ^lt canceV'polto,. epilepsy,, arthritis, rheurr^atIc ferer, .multiple^sclero:' ila, strpyrfheart,*' jlver, ''Bliln,- nlomacji, kldney-.'and.'pcorei' other «llrnenf«..".'";'" '.' One way to reheat cooked riq4 Is add a few fablespojins of'watcr it'and place-It in'-'a cbyered'pan er bo ling water or in the o\en ir t h e - rice 'gently, a' few-.'times ith a fork' while it's getting ho.t. Buxtoii Billfolds For Everj'phe .'Dtt 7, 1955 GREELBY TRIBUNE 1 t*j(t li' * Give the small fry a thrill by cut ig theh sandwiches like jigsaw zzles then let them rearrange e pieces before they eat them, r I moods Ntwllft for pfaia rjet bacon bits sauted" 1 rhopped'^r»« onions and chcppeq or ilieed ( '*l- ^ GOLDEN GATE in goUen toned TnforiiCim Necklace $500, Bracetef J500 , Expansion Bracelet $5 Cfo Earrings $300 \ Tp« " J.V:Smith,Son W * . iristmqs /arty '·'.'''Tis the season to be festive, and ; you're the light of. the;{mrty,in- · .*i}bur selection of :Qur dresses . 1 'planned to brighten.little .and f ' $ig.eyeniiigSi.You'll-find here'~j.' : ,;v/?:i'the'; glamourous, colors, -the,':',..., ' · '· -all (jour*charms go : endear- . . ' i'fouch! For party, ; iV ·$]. nigh is ''.before Christ- -.' f :hi'as and after. ( .'".';»,; Choose rtpw from our .( 'new showing. ·,.', 29.95 to 49195 J V. GIVE YOUR HOME NEW CHRISTMAS CHARM ^^, "' _ _ ' / · ; : · .. · · A .^_ A I I M I B K A ' X A A M A I A H H I T i n i r f t . TABLE and FLOOR LAMPS-Wide Selection From SO 95 Bin CHAIRS From OCCASION*', TABLES From r Wh*r» ·!*« can you got So Much. '· for yoiir; monoy.,' FURNITURE and APPLIANCE OPEN SAT. and MOH KIGHTS 623 8th Ave. Phone 1542

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