Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 7, 1962 · Page 15
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Double Trouble Club Hos Annual Dinner Double Trouble Club of Firtt, Congregational Church held its annual progressive dinner Saturday evening with 37 members and guests present. Appetizer was served at the borne of Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Free- niyer. salad by Mr. and Mrs. Don Gorman and the main eourse at the church wiih hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowman and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Cole The meal was concluded «i!h d«,sert at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Duane Hack. Guests introduced were Rudy Gardner and Messrs and Mmes Frank Junisoa. Clyde Pe*)ycord. 1 Chuck Slaughter. The group also welcomed back tamer members Mr. «nd Mrs. Ricbtrd Talcott. Men in the group will meet at the church Sunday, to construct Christmas decorations for the outside of the church. They will be assisted by Gardner who teaches art at Heath Junior High School. Hosts for the next meeting to be held at the church Jan. 5 at 7 p.m.. will be Mr and Mrs. Lee Koy Goldsmith and Rev. and Mrs Fred Hyslop. Carol Turner To Become Bride Of Arvid DePorter in February ,Ars. Ralph E. Johnston·««' "A Christmas Carol" camrFriday, !)«. 7. 1962 GREELEY TRIBl'XE Paz« 15 Hostess to Bookworms : l "J* *' riucn , . . . , . !~ : ! -} Memiwf s of \at cub also dis- ; Bookworms Christmas meeting |cus*d plans for the TRlPOH-Oil-rich Lybia is in the market for spare parts for drilling and well machinerv. Two prominent familie* of Nuoa will be united by marriage in February when Mix Carol Louise toner becomes the bride of rvid R. DePorter. Engagement and forthcoming edding of the couple it an- Kxinctd by her parents. Mr. and rs. J. Thane Turner. The prospective bridegroom's parents are :r. and Mrs. A. T. DePorter. Miss Turner and her fiance are raduates of Nunn High School, he in I960 and he in '59. SI unior at Colorado State t'nivei si- majoring in physical educa- lon. De Porter attended Colorado tale College and CSU and is now associated with his father in cat- ranching, north of Nunn. At SI' he was a member of Farm ouse. LINGERIE ant MILADY'S HAT SHOP invite you to try m now line) of fine panties with the perfection and quality that have made SCHIAPARELU a byword in high fwhion 933 9th Art. 352-6991 3eauty Mark Adds ouch of Intrigue When grooming for special oc- aMons. don't overlook that age Id glamour technique, the beauty mark, to give your appearance an xtra touch of intrigue. If usec roperlly, it can add a drama! nd fascinating effect to your en ire make-up application. Because everyone who looks a' ou will automatically be at ·acted to the beauty mark, use i o draw attention to your mos ittractive feature. To emphasize your mouth, place he mark approximately three uarlers of an inch away from Is corner in a line even wit] »our lower lip. To play up the beauty of your eyes, the most strategic position s on the highest pan of your 'heek bone. After wearing a beauty mark a ew times, you may want to raise or lower its placement according o the contour of your face. To create the actual mark, or beauty patch, as it a sometimes 'ailed, the most popular and sim plest way is to draw it on with an eye pencil. Be sure you are completely made up and thai your skin is powder dry to prevent smearing. Use a newly sharpened eye pencil, in black or brown shade. Keep your ham steady, make a small, perfec circle, about an eigth of an inch C»r»l Twnr ras held Wednesday afternoon a; j home party u be held on Friday borne of Mrs. Carl NdUtiqr. Jlrs.jH tort Devkt Tiny Albert Clough will give the pro-! gram. ANN ARBOR. Mien. - A wua- liure heart-lung machine has been ZANZIBAR--Rice for the Zan-]developed at the Uiihersitv of Stork Exprtsi Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clark Vanderhoof of 1741 Ramona Ave. Salt Lake City, a daughter on Monday, .Nov. 26. at St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City. She has Deen named Jo Lynn and is the iifth child of the Vanderhoofs who rcave four boys. Mrs. Vanderhool the former Mary Alice Love. The parents were born and reared in Greeley. attended Gret: ley High School and Colorado State University. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Noble Love of La Salle, and Mr. L. H. and Mrs. Florence Vanderhoof of Greeley. the home o! Mrs. Ralph Juhns'.onjeveiiiDg. for the Rev. and Mrs | sf 1301 Cranford. After a dsertj Charles Young. ......_ _. .. ,,,,. uncheon. Mrs. William Stock-! Nm re 8"!ar meeting of thejabar market is being sought!Michigan for use in open-heart over presented the program, ai riub "'" W ° 3 Ja " '' at ^oMyXt. ^urgery on infants. review o! the book "Charles" by Victoria Lincoln. "Charles" is a novel based on certain e v e n t s in the life of Charles Dickens, and is, not biography in the usual sense. "The author has depicted the personality of her subject in an unusual- y graphic manner, so that the reader feels acquainted w i'. h Dickens as an attractive, charming, gregarious and clever person, who in his comparatively short lifetime of only 38 years managed to produce not only an astonishing number of novels, but also was responsible for the initiation of many social reforms in Great Britain. According to Mrs. Stockover, the author also presents a memorable picture of life in Victorian England, not only the life of the socially prominent but also of the poor. Dickens at various times of ".is liie belonged to both classes. Mrs. Stockover concluded her re-i view with the itorv of how Dick- POINSETTIAS -- Three Blooms Ptr Plont -Azaleas -- Begonias -- Cyclamen -- Kolanchoes Miniature Rose Plants -- Miniature Living Christmas Trees and Holly Trees -- Potted Mums LARGE SELECTION -- ORDER NOW -- BEAUTIFUL AND UNUSUAL -Imported Christmas Home Decorations and Christmas Light Sets · WrMthi · Roping · Boughs, Green end Flocked Christmas Trees · Decorated Grave Blankets MORGAN 2202 Reservoir Rd. Great-grandparents are I. S. Clark of Weld County N'ursing Home and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kidd of La Salle. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richarc Archulel* of 707 First St., a son an Thursday. Dec. 6. at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce farrant of 2332 24th St., a daugh- er on Thursday, Dec. 6, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. David Babcock of 2009 9th Ave., a daughter on Friday. Dec. 7, at Weld County General Hospital. N U R S E R Y 353-4442 .;.-. ·...:: v'-ia to make the u merrier NIAMEY -- Imports of canned goods into the Niger Republic are now concentrated mainly in the retail sizes for use by the country's booming grocery store Moke home merrier with gifts the whole family can enjoy. See our wonderful selection of holiday hints for the home. Decorator Toss Pillows 1.98, 3.98, 4.98 Take your pick of America's Most Wanted Appliances We'll keep your secret and deliver the day you say Frigidaire brings you world's easiest cleaning oven! ?· Shimmery" rayon, antique s a t i n s , :. Velours and Corduroy pillows in a rain: bow of decorator colors . . . 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The Gift that gives warmth and Comfort without weight · "New Crusader" . . . medium weight blend of rayon, cotton and acrilan^ acrylic fabric. Completely washable. 9 Warm Settings, Decorator Colort: Pink, green, blue, tawny beige and red. SPECIAL PRICED FOR GIFTING Twin Six*. Reg. 18.95 15.95 Full Sixe single control, Rea. 19.95 17.95 Full Sixe Dual Control. Reg. 23.^5 19.95 King Sixe Dual Control. Reg. 46.95 37.95 Full Two Year Guarantee APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT ·t J.V-P/MITHSON 810 10th Strttt 352-1313 FAMOl.'S N A M K FASHIONS Charge It Arranging for an Account is Kasy.' Cnm/f in Mow.' ·»·',-- .·····-,.*..-.-.., . - . . .

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