Annual Musicale Is Well Attended . The sanctuary of Part Congregational church was filled Thurs; day afternoon when the Woman's *octaly .presented its, traditional Christmas ifiusicalc. The program included a n - o r g a n prelude, A Carol Fantasy by Uig- gle, by Edna Hoydar; 'Recitative and Airias (From the Messiah) by Handel, He'Shall Feed His Flock, Jane Jeffries Sch'afrolh, mezzo-soprano, Come Unto Him, Alberta Xennelt Carter, soprano. Romance (from second concerto) hy'Wieniawski,'Slavonic Dance No. 2 in E Minor by Dvorak-Krdsler,. Henry Truslman Ginsburg, -violinist; devotions, The Gold of Bernardino (from the ancient Legend of Canlabria) Mrs. R i c h a r d Ellinscr. Airia, The People Thai Walk In Darkness Shall Sec a Great Light (from the Messiah) by Handel, No Candle Was There and No Fire by Lehman, Car] G. .Vclaniter, bass; Pastorale by Guilmanl, Katharine McElroy, harpist, and Doris Andersen, organist, Silent Night, vocal durl, Mrs. Schafroth and Mrs. Carter, harp Â·accompaniment by Miss McKLvy; The Benediction, the Rev. Elizabeth McGuffle; and organ poslhiile. Bethlehem by Mailing, Miss lloy- dar. . ' A silver lea fallowed the mu- .ficale. Mrs. Theodore .E. Heinz and her committee were in churge. .The tables were beautifully ilcco rated in Christmas colors. Mrs. Frank Carlson, Mrs. Elmer namllc- m a n , Mrs. Adolf Ley Jnd Mrs. Nelson Reynolds -poqrecl. Prmniil-Slain Removal Keeps Linens Spotless Holiday tiroe is often rough on (able linens, points out Gersilda Guthrie. h o m e demonstration agent. But stains treated promptly, and efficiently leave no telltale spets. Gravy stains, a common aftermath of holiday meals, arc s combination of protein and fat. Soak the stain in cool water to avoid ' setting the protein, then wash in hot, soapy water. C r a n b e r r y and fruit "stains can best he removed by pouring boiling water over them, says Miss Gulhrie. Place the stained portion over a howl and pour the boiling water through the slain from a height of about two feet. The force of the water drives out the stain. Do nol use soap at this time since It will set the slain. Candles may look handsome on your table selling, but candlewax on the lin'cns is nol a hit appreciated. First scrape candlcwav stains with a dull knife. Place wax slain between Hollers or paper towels and press gently with warm iron, moving blotters as they take up the wax. Sponging, with grease solvent or carbon Iclra- chloride may slill be necessary. If color still remains irom colored w a x , - u s e a solution .of one-third denatured alcohol to two-thirds water for final sponging. T6-removc lipstick from napfcins, work glycerine or petroleum jelly into the stain, then launder in soapy water. .Keep these simple supplies handy in a stain removal kit and you'll bÂ« ready-for these stains 'al any time, Miss Guthrie says., Latecomers HD Club Installs Officers . Â· Page 12 GREELEY TRII3UNE Monday, Dec., 12, 1955. 'oman Josephine M'lller, Editor . Wednesday's Calendar Betrothed Child Conservation league, dhner, Crystal room- of Cam- home of, Mrs. J l a r r y Jacobson (iolci hoicl, 6:3(1; sctjmirn lo 1508 Ijkesiiie drive (or Chrisl- rnas party. 1'lallc Valley Grange, Christmas party for families, Grange 'hall, 8:00; gift exchange, 50 cents, adults, 25 cents, children. .Sigma Phi G a m i n a ^ business meeting, Mrs. Sam . Sorbello, 2210 Ninth slreel, 7:30. OKSiV, Mrs. Edpar Atkinson, northwest oE Greeley, 1:30. \VTK, Mrs. Harold Raymond, Â·1930 Prospect place, 3:00. Job's Daughters, Masonic Temple, initiation. Cosmopolitans Â· and Como- rals,. arfnual installation banquet, First Presbyterian church, 7:45. Graduate Dames of CSCE. Mrs. Haro!d Anderson, Hays hall, 7:30. Delta Sigma Epstlon alums, Mrs. Glen Forter Jr., 1715 KigMrenlh a v e n u e , 8:0fl. Graphic club, C h r i s t m a s luncheon. Tea House, 12:30; bring, donations for ChiW Care Center. Mariners of First Presbyterian church, Chrislmas dinner, 6:15; 25 cent g i f t exchange. Group IX, Park church, Mrs. Lew Dnkjn, 1031 Thirteenth ave- Mrs. Hoy Fran Waugh and Howard assisting, Officers were installed when the Latocomers HP club held its .an- nuil Christmas party at the tea House Thursday. A turkey dinner was enjoyed. , Mrs. Leslie Ward .was in charge of the installation service. Mrs. Ralph Green is president; Mrs. A. L. Petersen, vice president; and nue; Mrs. 8:00. Group 7 of First Christian church, Christinas supper for husbands, Tea House, 6:30. Kersey Horacttcs IID club. Mrs. Jessie Day, Christmas party, 7:30. Â· GC, turkey dinner, Canlfield, 12:30;- then lo hnmc nf Mrs. Grace Damelz, 1115 Cranford,for the CUirislmas parly and business meeting. WCTU, Mrs. A. F.' Criswcll, 1503 Twelfth street, 2:00. Progressive IID-- club, Marshall's, luncheon, 12:30; - t h e n home of Mrs. Vivian Lauridscn," 14U Tenth street; business meeting, installation; Christmas party and exchange, Credit Women's Broakfast club, Crystal room, Chrislmas party. Grcelcy Energetic Matrons, Mrs. D. E. Garrison, 1720 Twenty-third avenue; Christmas covered dish dinner. Oasis fiebekah lodge, Past Noble Grands night, IOOF h a l l ; initiation, election. . Navy Mothers, Blue .-Flame room, business meeting, 2:00. Evening Belles Toastmislress dub, second floor of Canlfield hotel, 8:00. Â·Â· Gipson Social club, Mrs. A. P. Honslein, Evans; Mrs. Waller Ward assisting; Christmas par- ly. Double D club, Christmas luncheon, Camfield hotel, 1:00. Circle L ot Ihe First Methodist church, Mrs. Glenn K Harper, 1845 Mont view boulevard, 7:30. GTC, Christmas banquet. TM House, 1:00. Party Is Given for tionell Home Residents Mr. and .Mrs. Albert Peterson of Gilcrcsl announce Ihe engagement of their daughter, Helen lrcne f above,. U Atfretl L. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Williams of Ontario, Calif. Mi5s Peterson, a 1953 graduate of Gilcrcst High school, is a junior at the Arizona Bible institute ,n Phoenix, Ariz. Williams attended the Aruo-ia Bible institute during the 5chool year of 1054-55. He is now n freshman at Wcslrnont college, in Santa Barbara, Calif. Williams is .1 members of l!ie Mu Chi Literary society. An August wedding is planned fay Eaton -Social Qqlcndar TUESDAY- ' SQS, Christmas Leslie K. Lcnkc. party, "Irs. UK couple. Tlicla Sig Mothers Invited to Becmer Home Thcla Sigma .Upsilon Mothers club was entertained Saturday nt the home of Mrs. G. W. "Bcemer. Eleven members, were present. Mrs. Bcemer reported purchasing three dozen sauce dishes lor the sororily house. Thank you cards and letters were read. - A*n exchange ot Chri.slmns gifts was enjoyed, after which (he hostess served a holiday lunch. J Next meeting is J a n . 16,. Ir30 o'clock, al the home of Mrs, Merle Parsons, 1315 Thirteenth avenud, LÂ« G r a n g e Counlry club* had Its a n n u a l covered d-ish Christmas uncbcon last Thursday at the Blue Flame room. Twenty-one members were present and f i v e children. Tables were colorful with seasonal decorations. After a gift' exchange And business meeting the club adjourned until Jan. 5 when Mrs. Harvey Elc'ridge will be hostess al her country home. Stranger Than Fiction G R E K N V I L L E , N. C. (fl--Two stale highway patrolmen ivcrc surprised when a motorist who had driven past them slopped his car, approached them and said: '"I came back to get my ticket." "What do you want a ticket lor?" asked Corporal Carl E. M'hil- ficld. Â· "My driver's license expired in February," he driver explained. Pat.-olnian W. E. 'Whitehursl obligingly handed him a ticket. PEO, Mrs. Arch MayloU and' Mrs. Kenny ^uavle Jr, WEDNKSU Y-- . ' Congregational Missiodary society, Christmas parly; Mrs.. S. C. Dickinson, sml ' . Bessie Carlson, hostess- ; Mrs. oUt McWilliams, program.. Farm Women's Round Tab -, Christmas p a r l y ; Mrs. CajI'Mag- imson and .Mrs. -.'ac Hayl'icrn, . hostesses; 6sa Brown and Mrs. Magnuson, program; Mrs. (J. If. Groves, devotions. E.a-Ado club, Agnes McClure Â· and Ebba Rhodes, hostesses; Dorothy Jliggs, program. Toaslmislrcss club, Scverin's 9" a. m. ' Mrs. Gilbert Swnnson -Entertains.'Society Women's Missionary ; :iety of the' Imnianuel .Lutheran chr.ich held its December meeting Friday .it the church, with Mrs. Gilbert Swanson as hostess. Devotions were given b.. I. _ s. Leonard Peterson. Frosram^cbair- man, Mrs. Charles Tre;n' it/. p',-r sented Uic program entitled, Advent Lights. Mrs. Ted Swai.:on, Mrs. Otto -Johnson and Mrs. Ai Swanson also participated. - r Charlenc Trcrribath sang'ja" vocal solo, A\ray in the Mangcr,''a (1 .co'n- panied by Mrs. Vcrnon ''Miller. Janice Swanson played an accordion number, Angels We Have Heard on High, and Janice Swanson and Lois Brown played an 'accordion duet, What A Friend We Have in- Jesus. Mrs. Ted Swanson will enl the society on Jan. 13. We give "5 H" Grtan Sfacnpi Â· t your friendly Rexall Stores-Gilbert-Bishop a n d W c l d o r a d o Drugs.--Adv. Milliken M1LL1KKN-- The l o c a l IOOF lodge honored their past grand recently at the IOOF hall. The group enjoyed an oyster supper. Election of officers t-. k place with Albert Kniesce elected to bo the noble rand from the riciv year, plhor officers elected were: Kobert High- ower. vice grand; Gordon Kllgorc. iccrclary; Frank .Mellon, treasurer and 0: L. Altvater, trustee. Kilgore and'Mellcn were 'Mh ro-c!ecl- cd. There weru 30 mpmbcrs present with ID past grands. In attend- nice. ' Refulgent IJebckah lodsc tenured .heir ast grands Tuesday (Â· -. Â£t the local IOOF hall. Then. 1 wer.c 33 members present w.lh Mrs. Al- tart Gsrner of Plattrville. lodge, Mrs. Frcncis Hall arm Mrs. Cortti Wilson of the Fort Co'.lius lodge present. .Mrs. Gordon 'Kilgore, iM'cjiale ' Ihc G r a n d Lodge held re tly i Denver, 'gave R very interesting report on the Ictdge sessions which she had attended. Plans wire made fpr the Christmas parly to be hold at the next meeting Dec. 20. There will be a 50c gift -xchange. Officers elected for the new year were' -Mrs. Wilni'a 'Grey, noble grand; Mrs. Florence Barber, vice grand; Mrs. Normi .""sore, re cording secretary;. Miss Z o l a Coates, financial secretary; Mrs, Leoria. Evans, treasurer, Hostesses' serving refreshments at the close of the meeting were Mrs. Irene Chesnut, Mrs. Twyla Wertz, Mn. Lois Am, O m r a l o !-.d Mrs. N.ina Hcadley. . Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rogers, Mrs. Roy Watson and Willie Rogers attended (lie (ancral ot t h e i r , aunt, Mrs, Vcra Burlanl Buffalo Creek Wednesday'aftorpoon at the Howard, Mortuary in Denvec with interment in Morrison. Mrs. fiurlard who' died Frid y at the Colorado General hospital was a sister of Mrs.'Jesse Rogers ot Milliken. Mrs. Joyce Mellon Grove o' ; -"f'es Park received her Bachelor,ot Arts degree (with leaching certitica;e) Wednesday afternoon at the Colorado Stale College of Education com'i le'riccment ceremonies at Fraslcr 1'all. Mrs. Grove is'the only daughter of fr. and Mrs.. Frank Mellon. Mr. and' Mrs. Kenneth. Trimble and .daughter moved .recently the home of his g r a n d f a t h e r , Robert Ko.idcs. .The .Trimble's' formerly s'ith Â· construction Jrobmfield. Women's society met Y'edrif 5!Â«y aflernoo.. at Ihc Aid Haven with .Irs. Eddie Kerbs as hostess. Mrs. 0. L; Allvatcr gave the devotions, loll call was answered by 12 members. Mrs. Paul Nelson, b a z a a r cliairman, gave .a favorable report on the annual bazaar. which was icld reecnlly. . Next meeting will be Ihe inslal- TV SERVICE CALLS ALL MAKES DAY OR NIGHT Ph. 4158 Century Radio .and Television Ph. 415Â» ' ;; 625 Sth Avc. Radlo'.Rcpair'and TV Rental* Member L ot; Rocky Mountain Radio; and Television . *.' Technicians, Inc. PIONEER Cleaners Distinctive Dry Cleaning Service 2501 7th Ave. X" Green Stamps Ph. 4103 ivcd in Johnstown. He !s employed company at latlon ot otticrts with Mrs, Allvalw ami Jtrs. E.'.R. Anderton iis'the, hostcsses.'Ttie meeting will bÂ« hell' In Ihc Aid Haven Wednesday Â«ftÂ«- noon, Dec. 21. " ' . . . Â· , FOR HEALTH / Dr, ScbiMacbÂ«r Chiropractor' .'. f205 10th Ave, . Ph. 386 CHILI BURGERS 1C Served on TOASTED BUN With Melted American'Cheese and Smothered Â· with REAL CHILI! MONDAY THRU THURSDAY . . THIS WEEK ONLY Harry Cameron's Â· NODELAY DRIVIN South Sth AvÂ«, Mrs. Walter treasurer. Paelow, secretary- CommiEEecs included Mrs. Vance Piercj', food and nutrition; v MrJs. JcrCld BarncEt, clothing; Mrs. John Jitcoll, home improvement; Mrs. Jack Porter, family relations; JMrs. Harry Campbell, health; Mrs. Ward, 4-H; Mrs. n. M. Bcrtholf, commnnHy, riay and.service; Mrs." Henry Anderson, inldrnalional; Mrs. A. L. Peter5en f music and recreation; and Mrs. Walter Pae- tdw, reporter. ^Members exchanged gifts during the soci'al hour. The group voted to meet Ihc fourth Monday of each r/ionlh. The Jan. 23 sessiort will be h_eld at 8 o'clock at the Petersen 'home, J7J8 Fairacrcs drive. Blut Bell Club Has Christmai. Party 'Mrs. Don Leckenby and Mi's. Ed Silvey entertained members o( USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Blue Belt 'club last week at the Blue Flame room. Members played games and exchanged gilcs al their a n n u a l Chrislmas parly. Table decorations and refreshments furthered the holiday theme. Mrs. Cal Nordcll and Mrs. Bob Snidow won the club prizes. A letter from Mrs. Ben Hall, a locmcr ir.ember now living in Phoenix, ' Ariz., was read. Mrs. Lccnard Gates will ( he Ihe chairman for the coming year. -Jaij. 3 meeting will b* with Mrs. Inez Lockctl and Mrs. Glen Slow. Meeting place will be announced. Mn. Cen Shafer of 2 Highland road, Belair Park, left Denver by plane Saturday afternoon for Midland, Mich., to he at the hedside ' of her mother, Mrs. M. R. Fitch, who underwent major surgery Thursday at the cify hospital there. Mrs. Filch's husband wasiformer- ly pastor of the Greetey Chun* of the Nazarene. . I'm all through with my shopping. I bought all the grandchildren some o f - t h o s e cut* sluffed toyj at .the Soroptimist Shop.--Adv. Thirty, members of the Prince of Peace Lutheran church nf Denver gave a 'pre-Christmas partv at Eoneli home, Sunday afternoon. The Dcnyeriles brought a tree and decorations and furnished the music and 'program. Children of the group presented each resident of Boncll a beautiful Christmas gift, Carols were- sung, after which .Mrs. William Waltz, matron uf Ihc home, extended thanks to the hosts. Gidtort Auxiliary His Christmai 'Mitring December Meeting of the Gideon auxiliary was hold Friday evening al the Blue Flame room. The group sang Chrislmas carols. ' Mrs. Hoy Nordcll, chaplain, read The Redemption Story in the Bible Language, .taken from the Sunday School Times. The group packed boxes for the .^hut-ins. 1 Gifts were exchanged by-secret pals.' Next meeting will be Jan. 13 at 2 o'clock at the home ot Mrs. Bcrl Anderson, 1321 .Fifteenth street, NEWI Christmas tree "pin-up" gifts from EVERSHARP SCHICK TAILORED BRIDAL COMBINATION Ne* p long-handle, non-jlfp Injector R a z o r p l u i 12 'btadei on pin -up orniment-- ' Â· o.ly 9S T h r e e 2 0 - b l i d e picks... 60 ill nev OG pin-up omanr.ent only $2.1* Pkk up your " GitBERT-BlSHOP'S 820 8lh SI.. W E L D O R A D O DfiUGS 800 9(h St. Â· Visit our 47th Anniversary Celebration. Marvelous store-wide reductions. Lower than most Sale Prices. We will be here tomorrow to .service Ihe merchandise you buy today! Invites People Here To Get $50 to $1500 Holiday Cash Now A special "Holiday Jloney" plan is now being offered by the local office of Aetna Finance Co. . : Worthy families and individuals can get '$100 to $1500 at once, for shopping or , other needs. . "Everyone here and in nearby towns is invited," said the Aetna manager. "Good credit is all that's needed. Arid those wishing to corne in after work or at night may phone ahead." Interested persons are invited lo see or phone the Aetna office.. Â· (AHv.) MEN'S JEWELRY ' Cuff Mnki ond liu bar. NEW WAIUIS . ladiÂ«Y and men's ilylei. Your choice, Be'rnjrd ' SIMULATED PIARIS / Choice of I, 2 or 3 strand neckfocei. *3Â« W J0 WIIKIY COMMUNITf Service for eight.- 6 lovely patterns. *84 7S $I.TJ WHKIT ../Â·" IMNT-BANDS ' ;:Â·' with p!acÂ« for photo. -"Â· WMKIY ZIRCON WHO "Nexllb iSe diamon J , nature's most brilliant gem. 504 WEEKLY RHINESTONE SET Mafching necklace and eafrrng jet. from VANITY BtStJWU 6 makhing pieces in lovely gift box. PAY Afi YOU GET PAID Attend our 47th'Anniversary Event. You'll Be Glad You Did! ROGERS Jewelen Sine* 1908 Open Evtry Night 'Tit ChrlÂ»tmÂ»i Eve Phone.;Â«J1.
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