Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 8, 1955 · Page 14
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GREEKEY TRIBUNE?" Thursday, ll*c. 8, l»55|J/rg. //. B;(iraubc'al Is Chapter. EC Hostess oman J ·.Pa 'English Tiicntc Used at Party . Annual Christmas party of Child' Study Group I of AAU\Y, which nits' a different foreign theme each year, was given last Friday evening 'al Faculty hall.- Over 100 members and their families were present H for the lurk'ey dinner and program which followed. . This year an English Christmas iirts the parly's inspiration, randies in 1 silver boughs decorated ihc tables. Favors given to the children Mr ere billfold s for 1 he boys and little purses for the girls. : "English carols were sung^y the boy* 1 choir of Trinity Episcopal "church and two short movies -were ihpwn. They were Dickens' Christante Carol and A Day in 'England. ! Mrs. Mel Wilson was c h a i r m a n ef the parly. Mrs. William Ilartman vis her co-chairman..Other mem ber* ol their committee were Mes "dames Burgess Joyner, Ted Lehan John KUey, Harry Gibson, Jaci WeUs. R i c h a r d Talman anc Barnard Houtchens. Six prescription chemists, to serve you : at your, friendly HEXAL1 "itores. "SH" stamps at Gilbert BLshop and. Weldorado Drugs, Adv. ^faplcwood PTA Council Wakes Plans for frarty Maplcvrood PTA cmmcil mem- icrs had their monthly meeting it the school Monday evening. The nesting was conducted by the prcs- denU Mrs. John Kay. Members made final plans for he annual Santa Clans and Christmas party for the children at the ool. Mrs. E. E, Bcnnington presented a report from' the safely committee and Mrs. Homer Brown conducted a 45 minute stiffly group irogram. Her subject was World Size on Child Size Problems. The next PTA meeting is Dec. L9. A candy sale is planned. The and er gar ten mothers arc to bring Lhe candy. Mn. Clytl* Kacklcy ind h«r friend, Miss Nellie Larson, have returned to Iheir homes in Los An- gclcs, Calif, They drove in Mrs. Hackley's car from'Grceley,-leav- ing last week. Miss Larson .iccom- panied Mrs, Hackley from California to Grceley. They arrived here Oct. 7. Miss Larson went on by train to Eagle Grove," Iowa where she visited relatives while M^s..Hackley remained in Greeley, her former home, transacting busl ness and visiting friends and Vela- lives, USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS C h a p t e r ' E C of PJEO was;entci^ nined Monday evening at the home of Mrs. L. IJ. Gray.boal, 24 Allcs drive.' Guests were Beverly Decker and Janeltc Cox, ' Mrs. 4. R- Reynolds read a pa- if r entitled, Our First Ladies. II c- reshmctits were served by the lostess. . ' Next meeting is Dec, 13 af 8 ·'clock al the home of Mrs. Car] ElmbladCj 1705' Fourteenth street. SuriihinV group of th* First Bap'.si church is having.its Christinas arly Dec. 1G at 7:30 o'clock at the ionic of Mrs. K. A. Morris, 1217 Eleventh avenue. Mrs. L. S. Council and Mrs. Edith AnnetJ will be he co-hostesses. Don't Overload Your' ree, Curfman -Warns VOKT COLLINS W--Use sim- ilicity in decorating Ihb Christmas ,rec this year, says Jack Curfman, Colorado-AM College art instructor.. Don't "overload the , tree in weight,"' said C u r f m a n , "or with too many varieties in color, size anil shape of decorations. Plan a definite color scheme to enhance the beauty of the tree and your reputation as a decorator. , "Use lights, ornaments and ribbons or flowers" of only on.e or two colors and your tree can have an entirely different effect this year." C u r f m a n urges selecting a different color each year. He said it "can mean more decorating fun-and more memories of beautiful trees." siJANET'S No. 1 on The Christmas Parade 817 9th St. * wamwaMMUMtwrti M»»MMK»nM ftrf-K-H at 100% Nylon - Chollii . Outing - Rayon ft · Robe». . · Gowni . I $2.99-58.99 ? 1.99-$3.99 'Slipi $1.00-55.99. · Pajomoj '$1.99-$8.99 M V J t Re 9 ulari-- 51, 60 and 66 Gauge 3 POi , $ 2.QOI3 P0i r 5 2, FREE Gift W r o p p i n g | OPEN ***""""'p*"' !1 ' B ' x g*^****' Monday, ond Saturday Nights I Will Hold in Lay Away V{/r« ~Comer'Kn,tcrlaiifs ·tO al Tjirkey Dinner Christmas iriecling of St. Clare's juilcl ot Trinity Episcopal church «is held Tuesday nlglil willi Miss Myra Comer entertaining 40 inein- ers and guests al a turkey dinner I her home', 1020 Sixteenth street, 'here were no co-lioslesscs. . Guests were Hiss Elizabeth Mil- TI, Mrs. Eleanor C'olijns, Mrs. larry. Guens and the fiev. Charles '..Young.' As the dale was the birthday of lev. Young a n d . a l t n the fifteenth nniversary of his,ordination as a riest, the guild presented the rcc- or with a gift and birthday cake. G i f t s were brought for tyrs. fibyd's Christmas box for families eastern Colorado. Election of officers for the com'- ng year was-hold with the .follo'w- ng chosen: Miss Alice Jones, pros- dent; Miss Comer, vice president; liss Marjoric Dyde, secretary; and Miss Martha Smith, treasurer. Jan. 3 the guild wil 1 meet for inner at Marshall's calctcira. Windsor... \V1NDSOH-K.' G. Keith, ivho las served as manager, ol" the Windsor office of the Boise-l'ay- ctte Lumber company, has been ransferrcd to Ihc Craig office.'lie las been succeeded hero by Robert Caldwcll of- Burley, Idahoi Caldwetl assumed the .mannge- ment here Thursday. Keith, who las been here one and a half years, \\s \ v i f c - a n d ihoir three children will leave Dec. 12 for the new assignment. The children, 'Richard, George and Alice, are first, second and th'ird grade pupils in Park school. Three of tho five Caldsvell children will enroU in ^Windsor schools. ' Mary Alice Lindblad, " worthy matron of-Cotumbia chapter No. 16, OKS, will entertain the "officers of the chapter at a"7 o'clock dinner in her home north of Windier Friday night. Covers will -b? aid lor 18, Virginia Lindblad will assist her sister r as hostess. The following evening, a dinner will be given in the home celebrating three birthdays, that ot Mrs. August Lindblad, Mrs. C. W.' Rice.ot Bracewell and-Mrs. George Lindblad, when 20 relatives will assemble for the occasion. CWF meeting scheduled to be held in the home 'of .Mrs. Fred Mitchell We2rL?Eday afternoon was postponed on account of funeral services for George B. Teller. A short business meeting .was held Thursday afternoon to make final plans for the bazaar and cooked food sale to be held in the church Saturday. Circle one of the WSCS will meet Monday evening, in the ihomc of Mrs. Mary Alice Lindblad, north of Windsor/ Mrs. Pauline Dane will be joint hostess.. Mrs. H, R. Bales, Mis. Mart SrJnnoOe and Mrs.- B. S. .Kpindlo onterlnincd circles 1, 2 and 3 in'their homes Wednesday, afternoon,- · . .- ' · -'Lynn *Aim is ili8 name ot Mlic baby born Nov. 25 te Mr. and Sirs. Gerald Schcller al * Weld County General · hospital. · Grniidpafcnls arc Mr. and Mrs. Philip Scjicller nml Mr, and Mrs.' J. R^ Winter of Severance. · -.' . - * .Philip Slroinbcrg" Jr., who " h a s jeen iti a east since entering Colorado General hospital Ocl. 18, underwent surgery Mdndoy morning, on the hip which has troubled iiim. , - ' " v " ' . · * · Miss 'Wflrna Frwle'rtck of Harmony was complimented at a bridal shower Friday nlglil in Bethel Lutheran . cliurch. . Miss Frederick will become the briclo ot Kojjcrl Kcnslnger of Windsor Dec, 18. - ' · pcafh House Occupied '···In 1 -; piinslon-on-fytiCj England, people-' call it "The House of Death." It is a battered terrace- dwelling where several Months ago a crazed murderer battered his wife % and three children to death w i l l r a hammcr.-But there's a housing shortage^ in Dunston-on-Tync and it didn't-slay vqt?nnl long. A young marriedjcouple has moved Space. The space' (ravel crazp having reached the Vatican, liigli officials arc bni5hhig 7 lip their', planetary lore, Home reports, .The Itonian Catholic Church is seriously cor Ejdoring .the .possibility thai -man will rocket to' other -worlds and it wants to W in from the start. "Priests will join 'expeditions into space, as. they joined preceding 'discovery expeditions on earth," said ttio Vatican newspaper. "A new era is opening for our missionaries." . ' Belli pickled and smckcil tongue need to be refrlgcrated.^Try to use the smoked' tongue within, days,, thj picked''tongut"witlu« about 1 seven ilays.-" · ' . '. -. 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