Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 12, 1957 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
Page 12
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y/ vl/ oman 6 Awarded Gold Cup for Her Sewing Wednesday June 12,1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pare 13 More than 100 at Amico Club Dinner One hundred and three membtri ind piesti nf the Amlco club of the Pint Conjrejatloaal church enjoyed dinner Friday evening at the Fellowship hall. O. J. Fisher, president, welcomed the group. Gucsti were in- Itroduced. including Robert Froil of Berkeley, Calif., »hn came here to attend the Union Colony Pioneer {dinner. I Fifher introduced fieorpe Brad- 'field, uhn told nreeley'i most famous Indian story. The fftts, compiled and verified by Judge Bradfield, tell of the massacre by Ih; Indian!. Tentative plans were made for a picnic on the lawn of the church. Date will be announced. All mowen can be adjusted for height of cut. On most rotary mowers, the height is fixed by adjusting the uhecls in holes or slots on the mower frame. On reel-type mowers, adjustment of the roller usually determines the height of cut. USE THE TRTBUNE WANT ADS Dorcis ItcUty T« Mwl Thursday Dorcas society of the First Covenant church i» meetiaj Thursday afternoon it t o'clock in the,Memorial chapel of the church. Mrs. Vincent Eriekjon ii leader. The speaker will be. Mrs. Charlei Coneni. The theme is Ruth, the faithful dau{hterin-Iaw. Mrs. Harold Swanson »nd Mrs. Clarence Swanion arc hostesses. Cioklt Dimtmtratimt Civtn at 4-H Matting Happy Homemakers 4-H club had drmonstrations on tvra kinds cf .cookies when memberi met Mon- j d i y at the home of Connie Meyer, 2521 Fourteenth avenue court. The girls played names and refreshments were served. N'pjt June 24 at the hnme' of Linda Meier, Z215 F.ijhth j avenue. i NOTICE I will not he responsible for debts j contracted by anyone other thin myself. I Beryl Haywood. Miss Geraldine Sauer is pictured receiving the gold cup designating her the first prize winner in sewing at Johnstown High school by N. C. O'Hara of the Necchi-Elna Sewing circle, 928.Eighth avenue. Miss Sauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sauer of northwest cf Johnstown, was (elected winner by her sewing teacher and two members of the Johnstown faculty. Any school in Weld county which offers sewing is eligible to compete, with no cost to the school. The award is based on merit. Besides the cold cup, Necchi-Elna presented a gold and silvcr.medal to the second and third place winners. Miss Sauer made the blouse and skirt which she is^wearing. A 1957 graduate of Johnstown high, she plans to enroll at Colorado Woman's College, Denver, this fall. Evening Circle Han Picnic at Glcnmere Evening circle cf the First Bap- list church enjoyed a picnic supper at Glenmere park Monday. Mrs. Pewey Pentnn. Mrs. S. R. Tous- «aint and Mrs. Hilda Krueger were hostesses. Jeannelte Wharton of Bryan. Ohio and Harriet Keigley were guests. After supper, the group went to the home of Mrs. Henry Baab. 1723 Seventh avenue, where Enid Me- Gray and Lucy Murray showed elides taken in the New England states. Washington. I). C., and Rocky Mpuntains of Colorado. Mrs. Marian King read a letter from Marian Beehee. missionary from Colorado in Burma. The circle will not meet in July and August. It will reconvene the second Monday in September. Try undiluted cream soup a» a lauce for vegetables, either creamed or scalloped. Or use it as a base for a cheese sauce to serve over asparagus on toast. An easy cheese spread to stow away in the refrigerator can be made with undiluted cream soup, plus cheese, j chopped pimento, olives, chives or what-have-you. USE* THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Nebraska Picnic at Longmont Svndly State-wide Nebraska pirnic will be held at Loncmont Sunday, June 16. in the St. Vrain Memorial {building at 12 noon. The picnickers i a r e to bring their own dinner and Stable service. The dinners will be j served pot luck. Coffee and soft drinks will bo furnished. Entertainment is planned and a large ! attendance expected. 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