Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 10, 1955 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, December 10, 1955
Page 12
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12 GREELEY TRIBUNE Saturday Dec. 10, 1955 Honor Girls Presented at Santa Claus' Workshop Party at C.H.S, ;, Santa's Workshop Pavly, spon- *bi*ed.b' the Girls' Association of College High School at, which the girls ,cach brought a * Christmas toy resulted 'in the, acc'iniuhlion of a lolal of 315 toys which arc to be 'presented lo organizations for distribution to children who might otherwise · be missed by Sanl.i . Ctaus. A prize was gis'en to the class which collected the largest number of gifts. The junior class, with 8 gifts topped the other classes. Each toy was gift-wrapped. ;At the Santa's Workshop Party, fall quartet honor girls were presented by JanEe Nelson, G. A. president at College high. They were selected on the" basis of .service to GirU' Association, school s'pirit and the ability lo get along with other ·ludenls. . These girls are: Julia Cazel. honor girl, and R u t h Doney hrm- orable mention girl, seventh grade; Gail Mason, honor girl and Barbara Meyer, honorable mention girl, eighth grade;' Alyce Vi'alson, honor girl and Vvoltc Forrester, honorable mention girl, ninth grade; W a r y Ann Lehan, honor girl and 'Barbara Creed, honorable mention gjr], tenth grade; Linda Witwcr. honor girl and Beverly Homes, hon- orable mention girl, lllh grade; Charlotte .Miller, honor girl and Pat Ttsdcl, honorable mention girl, 12(h grade. The program was presented by fommitlcc headed by Eileen Allc.s. A can-can was -given by Janice Johnson, Pal Carlson", Mary Ann Lohan, Pauline Baca, Barbara Brown and Karen Tlickey: Janice Johnson gave ;i reading, The Night Before Christmas. 1 o ^ w - M o m m y Kissing Santa Glaus was sung by Fred Ford. Judy Decker read two poems entitled- Timothy Thomas and The Reason. Singing of Christmas carols concluded the program. Sharon Miller won Hie prize for wearing the loudest pajamas; Judy Elliott won second. The sociaJ committee served refreshments of pop and cookies. Railroad ReprestnUtfve Hert A representative of the- Itailroari Retirement Iward will be in Grce- ley Wednesday between 1 and 1:30 p. m. at the Colorado State Employment Service office, BIS Eighth avenue. Information and assistance will be given to those interested in benefits under the Jlailroad Retirement and Railroad Unemployment Insurance acts. OPEN TONIGHT J for your College High Girls Help Santa Ault Gjrlt' Association of Collegt High School hav« given a bjg lift to Santa Glaus in his hug? task of stcing t h a t «ach child in Weld county receives a Christmas toy. At a Santa's Workshop Party given by the Crirli Aiiocfation 315 gift-wrapped toys were contributed and in an inter-class competition, the junior c l a s s won the prize with 88 gift toys presented. Tht 315 toys will be given to organizations which are helping Santa make up his calling Lists of children. Shown with the Girls Association gift toys are, left to right: Marianne Longan, vice president of Girls' Association; Judy Decker,! In charge of decorations for the party at which the "gifts were collected; Carol Parsons, representing the Pep club and Janie Nelson, president of College High Girls' Association..(Photo by Skeets Calvin). ' ·AULT--Ladies Auxiliary ot VFW Post 4334 had \ formal meeting wilh 18 members .present. Committee on-community birthday calendar has started working. ,Funds from, the'project will be used-to redecorate Ihc VKW hall which is open for use to the public. ' Work sheets will soon bo received.' The' Auxiliary .voted . to o'pen their joiinge tb the public after its completion and all arrange; mcnls made. Annual family Christmas supper and pa'rty for the Po't and Auxiliary will be held Dec. 16.' A dona- tfon of money was received from an Auxiliary member. It was voted to send this money lo Colorado .Cottage fund at VFW national home in Cedar Rapids. Next iormalmooting will be held Jan. 5. . . . - · - Dcu Lon Bridge club was .entertained at a dessert bridge by Mrs. S. L. McDonald. Club guests were Mrs. G. 2. Wood, Mrs. Otho r Wykcrl and Mrs. E. W. Widmaier. ·_ High score awards were received y Mesdames Jacob Hasbrouck Jr., ohn Burroughs arid y^rjorie Rie : el. Mrs. C. L. Neislcr ivill be thi icxt hostess.- A memorial service for Ihe pre- entation of a'communion table to he local Baptist church by J. M. acobsen in -memory of his Wife Las given Sunday morning. The !cv. II. L. Koch, pastor of the Church, gave the service and in closing read an impressive original dedicatory poem, Remembrance. Mrs. Emma Nelson opened her home to Friendly Needle : circle. Christmas parly for members anc .heir husbands was planned for Dec. 21- in Jht home of Mrs. 'De- ores Banrion. Dinner wiM be served at §:30 o'clock with the program and exchange vOf gifts 'Mb', ing. Needlework was done a I in two contest games prizes were received by Mesdames Helen.Plage- man/Florence Burman, Lulu Arm- strong'and Delores Bannoo. Mrs.' Paul-Lee received group 1 ot the Woman's society for a busi' ness meeting. The. leader,' Mrs. Fred Hoffner,' presided and gave devotions..Mrs. A. B. Stewart told of heir trip to Hawaii. This was Ihe last meeting of the year. New groups will. b« selected at the general society meeting Dec, 14, when Mrs; Mads Harisen will be hostess. . . Group 2 enjoyed a covered dish incheon with Mrs. G. C. Purc'el osless. Guests .included the Rev aul R. Lee,' Mesdames Duahe Car Robert Morton, E. F. Broyles Ured Petersen and Mads Hansen Mrs. V.- i P.,Lowry gave the de otions. The'.leader, Mrs. Magnus ndersen, had charge of the bus' ess meeling. 1 r . ' .. .- Christmas.carols were sung dur ng a social' hour. : , Aged Physician Denied Auto License.Returns to Use of Bicycle MARKHAivt, Ont. Wl -- M.irk- ham's oldest physician, Dr. Arthur Ij. Here, has switched to a bicycle since his license id drive a car Former Aide fo.Truman · Surrenders for Hearing NEW YORK L-B - Matthew.J. Connelly, f o r m e r , appointments secretary-, to former President Truman, surrendered Friday to authorities for a hearing on his style stores for men CHICAGO - GREELEY was canceled two months ago. | removal lo, /ace charges in Mis- Dr. Horc, 81, saiti" Thursday he may he Ion olrt lo drive a car iuit he can ride a bicycle as' well as any high school boy. He pedals about four miles a day lo make his rounds in Ihis village, on -the northeastern outskirts of Toronto. He" .started his practice here in 1910. ' The spry old doctor s a i i l lie drove 300,000 miles in the 35 yeara he had A car.. He was health officer for Markham township lor 20 years. souri on charges of conspiring to defraud the government. ' . Connelly, 48, was indicted lasl Dec. 1 in St. Louis with Theron Laniar Caudle, former assistant attorney' general, on, charges volving alleged corrupt handling of a criminal tax case. Other charges included alleged bribery perjury and knowingly making false statements. Monkeys have tails; apes haven't. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Christmas Wrapped Cigars, Pipes. Tobacco Pouches, Magazine Subs., Humidors and Pipe Racks. ; WOODY'S CIGAR STORE ·S2G lOlh Si. . Phnne 2238 OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9:00 P.M. Cattle Spraying Charter Service Air or Ground Spraying Crop Dusters Ph. 1544 or 4117, Greeley .'Redwood' Library,, built in-1747 n Newport, n. I.,-'is the cldes :pntinuously used library building n America. It is open daily. John · Nance Garner Back n. .Government Service-*As An Aircraft 'Spotter " UVALDA, Tex. Ml -- John Nanc« Garner has' returned lb' goy'trm- inent service---is an aircratl spot- T. ' ·, The! former vice president, lon since -retired to his south Texii home|here, has : enrolled as a vdl- · untccr civilian plane spotter in the Air Force' Ground Observer. Corps. I am always glad to help niy country .any way 1 ca'n," said Garner, who recently observed his 87th birthday. "I have been »a American all my life; the Amer-' lean people have made mo what 1 am, and the least I can do i« help keep this country what it is;" · Stationtd in Pu.rto Rice FORT BliOOKE, Puerto. Rico- Army Trivate Paul L.,Ehrlich,'21, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ehrlich, 506 Locust street, Windsor,'Colo., recently arrived in Puerto Jtico and is now assigned to Fort Brooke. I'rivate Ehrlich, a member 'at Headquarters' detachment 6£ the' 7500-0,1 Army unit, entered the army in June 1055'and completed basic (raining at Fort Carson, Colo. ----SPECIAL- INSURANCE PROTECTION FOR HOMEOWNERS y to bwy Wurartt* policy d*t»gn*d for lo-n»*rawnert. Tfcii policy etvnbiruw: Fira, Wiwctitor AKi.rf P**n~l« AddKioaal Uving Exp*f«*i; Cenprc k+fuw* * ' TouK B«l ""W. protadron ef Wil «*4 »^J Mfoy HM . poJiey:-- BMB BQ*«t, MM rbmpany o*J enfy en* pri i*ti of mH, lb«f poKcy wo^tw poMibU Money-cavin pert**. T«« a*' ·*«*·« p^of««tjon fof *v«fy doNor yo« U4 M ,}·"» fom fvl i- g ," poet 09*" MARTIN G. FIELD iln's u r olr's OFFICE WITH FIRST INDUSTRIAL BANK .8th Ave. at 9th St. '_-/ xim cAamn mm METY ctwhun 815 Tenth St. Phone 314 ··*'.'^V" . . ' . . . . . - **?*·. . Gifts from Wards say "Merry Christmas" in a big way--choose them now! 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