Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 7, 1962 · Page 16
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Pag* 16 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, De*. 7, 1W2 Greeley Woman's Club To Enjoy Traditional Christmas Musicale The Greeley Woman's Club and They will be delivered later in the the Junior Woman's Club choruses will preent the traditional Christmas music-ale of the senior organization Monday, 2 p.m., in the sanctuary of the First Congregational Church. Music Department of which Mrs. Howard N. Brown is chairman and Mrs. Glen Hodgell is program chairman is in charge of ihe holiday event. The occasion will be Past President's Day and Guest Day. The past presidents will have a luncheon at 12:15 p.m., in the Crystal Room of the Camfield Hotel preceding the meeting. Tea will be served in Fellowship Hall of the church after the musicale. Ever)- member is reminded by the president, Mrs. Fioyd 0. Johnson, to bring one dozen cookies for the veterans to this meeting. week to hospitals in Denver. Officers who did not take sandwiches to the Oct. K meeting are reminded to bring five doien cookies Monday for the tea. Receiving hostesses for the day will be the president and the past presidents. Child's Book Cardan COLUMBUS, Ohio AP) - Par. eiits should collect a personal library for their children, suggests Miss Lillian Skeele, head of the hildren's division of the Colum- is Public Library. "Reading is a skill like music," e says. "Unlwa you practice it, ou don't accomplish much . . . tarting with nursery rhymes hich you can read to the 1 or Jear-old, every home should have well-chosen books." G l R A R O P E R R E G A U X fine watches since 1791 amily Trtt COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The .ate library has turned to mod- rn data-processing methods to ive additional help to those in- erested in tracing their Ohio ncestors. Names of approximately 80,000 Ihioans counted in the U.S Census of 1820 are being arrange Iphabetically. State librarian /alter Brahm says these wil] be mt on punch cards and run of n. lists showing county of resi ence in 1820 and other persona nformation. CARD OF THANKS here or* Ihe newest dimensions in time Enjoy the age-old pttcision of Girard Perregaux in tht most modern of watch shapes. For t . lady: Ll Marquilt, In 14K Flo- rentined gold with Starlight faceted crystal, S1 10. For a mini , . beautifully curved square watch, itainless steel with Florentined dial, $59.50. In 14 K (Old, SIM. (Federal tax included] Jewelry 818 Eighth Street BOWLES My sincere thank* to hoipl- tal nurses and aides, Dru. Wiego, Miller and Weaver, the First Christian i-hurch Mlnlfter and Members, R.N. A. members, Senior Citizens, Q.E.LI, club and all friends and neighbors for tbe kindnesses, cards, individual calls which were tfven me during my illness and stay in thi hospital. Tbank you. Mrs. Laura Bowles ECKHARDT We are deeply grateful to neighbors and friends for the many cards of s y m p a t h y flowers, and gifts of food received during our bereavement and for other acts ol kindness that lightened our burden of grief. Mrs. Bertha Eckhardi a.nd Children SATTERTHWAIT We are deeply grateful to neighbors and friends for th many c*rdi ot l y m p a t h j Ilowen and gifts of food ccivtd during our bereave ment and for other act: kindness that lightened burden of grief. Also thanks to all those who donated to tbe Memorial Fund. Special thanks to the Ladies Aid and the Circle members who did so much to help us. A special tbanka and Mrs. Satterthwait's prayers are extended to the girl who aided her at the accident. Mrs. Tillle Salterthwait and Family WHITCOMB I wish to express my appreciation for the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy and condolence extended by friends and neighbors during the went Illness and death ot my beloved mother. Verna Mae'Whitcomb Rossi TO WID-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jietz of Platteville announce the ngagement of their daughter, ienrietta Mae, to Loren Let Liu, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mi of Longmont. Miss Diet: is a senior at Valley High School and also is employed by ie S. H. Kress Co. Litz attend- d Longmont High School and s employed at Armo Steel Co. if Denver. A June wedding is wing planned. 'ule Decorations Ian Turn into Hazing Torches Colorful Christmas decorations an become blazing Yule torche proper safeguards are not us« ie Colorado Industrial Commis ion Wednesday cautioned inst: utiorj authorities and home own rs. Frank G. Van Portfliet, com mission chairman, urged protec ive measures be taken "to in ure that the season of merr ment will not result in posl mortems." Noting that the commission ha -eceived past reports of neai mishaps in places of public a embiy under its jurisdiction, th ·hairman stressed that all equi| ment be checked and sane prai .ices be followed. "The commission especially concerned that certain precai tions be taken where trees an ornaments are trsed in schoc classrooms, and where lightci displays are set up in corrido or lobbies of institutions and bus iness houses," Van Portfliet sai Referring to recommendatio of the National Fire Protect! Association, whose codes ha been adopted by the Industr Commission, the chairman sa these principal points should be considered: . Saw the butt of a natural tree at an angle an inch above or- inal cut; stand in water until ought inside, and keep it wat- Baird-Tappan Vows Exchanged Fr* Method* Church WM the sceae of tbe wedding la* *«tfc of Miss Nancy Collwo Tappan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tappan of 405 Bnd St.. to Walter Eugene Baird. aoa of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baird of 214 1Kb Ave. Tbe Rev. Laird Loveland of- iated at the sen-ice in tht esenc* of 100 guesti. The altar was decorated with large baskets of rounu anc amatkms. Candlelighters erman Peterson, couiiit of the ·ride, and Jim Ward. The bride wore a floor-length own featuring a lace bodice mined in sequins and pearls th lace appliques on the bouf ant skirt. A crown held her mgertip veil and she carried aby white roses and gardenias a white Bible. Mrs. Larry Frasier WM matron honor and bridesmaids were Betty Peterson and Marsha Petern, cousins of the bride. They ere attired in aqua gowns and arried white carnations. Twyla Tappan, sister of the ride and Jamie Ord, cousin of the bride, were flower girls, icky Jump was ringbearer Larry Frasier served as beet lan. Gene Tappan, brother of ie bride, and George Downinj ere groomsmen. Ushers were Bill Peterson and unior Bartholomew, cousin ol he bride. A reception was held it the hurch following the ceremony The couple is at home at 159 th Ave. The bride attended Kersey High UUW Presents Christmas Plav branch f AAUW celebrated a "Spuiih Christmas" ·today evening at the Felkrw- ship Hall of tht Fint Christian Church. "N'avidad En Espania" was presented in Spanish and Englith ·ARUM HfNKIL. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henk*l of Pierce, hai been chown as tht DAR Good Citizen representative of the senior girls of Pierce High School. Miss" Henel was chosen by a vote of he high school (acuity on the asis of dependability, service, ladership and patriotism. Miss tailed maintains a B plus av- rage, excels in school music, nd is active in church work, he is also president of the 'ierce student council this year, he will now enter the compe- ition for th« State Good Citi- en Award. chool and is employed at Mill; ^afe. The bridegroom attendei leeker Junior High School oes custom farming for iride's father. Usittance Fading CHATTANOOGA (AP) - Dr Martin Luther King, the Integra ion leader, says no section of th nation "can boast of clean hanc brotherhood." King, from Atlanta, made th comments when he wai here fa a board meeting of the Souther Christian Leadership Conference, of which he is president. "Over the past few months, he said, "there have been grea strides in race relations. We ar witnessing the gradual death massive resistance, but this doe n't mean we can relax our effort A vast majority are now sayin 'later 1 rather than 'never' to d segregation." Shoe Shop Christmas Is A Comin'! Come in to see our wide selection of COWBOY BOOTS For your favorite little $O49 Cowboys and Cowgirls 0 up SALZMAN'S 911 Sth Ave. Sheet Dyed To Match Shine Parlor can STILL be Imprinted with YOUR name in color! | B15 8th St. 352-7764 Order Today 'Keetfei Neat trick: you can use an eg slicer for dicing a hard-cooki egg. First slice the egg, then tui ed; don't locate near source heat or where it might block aga '"' scape if afire; chemical coal- gs to "flameproof" natural ees are not considered com- etely effective; it is not wise operate electrical, fueled or cchanical toys beneath tree. Plastic and metalized plastic ees can burn; use type clearly half way around and sli fire-retardant; use safe, bitter) operated electric candles. In any public building, holida crowds may panic in case fire; it is especially important keep exit passages and doors ions. / , , . , , , . blocked and clearly marked a r k e d a s m a d e o f s o w - b u r n i n g t o enforce ^^ ^ atcnals; those with built-in .. - * ^ ectrical systems should carry e Underwriters' Laboratories Del. Metal trees are not a fire haz- rd, but may be a shock haz- r d; use only indirect lighting ith them; lighting strings placed these trees may become charged" and dangerous. Do not use wax candles on or ear any tree; use electrical quipment bearing the UL label 1 o insure safety; check all light ng sets; be sure the fuse of I ie electric circuit serving the rce and other lighting is not iver 15 - .peres; cord set with a 1 use in the plug, bearing a UL. abel, is available. I Turn off all tree and othei ndoor holiday lighting before eaving the premises or retiring: Use non-combustible decorat- ng materials (metal, glass, as- lestos) where possible; untreatec cotton batting, flock and paper ignite easily, so if thete are usec make sure they are flame proofed: do not use polystyrene foam near candles or other igni tion sources: apply "snow" firs if it is to be used in combina tion with "angel hair" on trees; dispose of gift wrappings promptly in metal-covered trash con-i tainer or incinerator--not in fireplace at home. For school and church plays, avoid beards, masks and flimsy costume materials unless they have been treated to make them 5y the Spanish, Theater Arts and Travel Groups. Tbote Ukint; part in tht production were Mme*. Ernest Utd- um, ivo UndatMf, Manuel Carbajal. Geoffrey Cole, John Dint, John Carlton, Ralph S t r o n g , lichard Bird, Reed Timothy, and William Popejoy, Dr. C e c i l y Irumbine. Miss Gretchen Brod. Hiss Laura Schroeder, Tony Lemach, Ivo Lindauer, Ervin and Trent Carlson, Trudy CosteUo. Eric Darsl, Ezekiel Gonzales, Bill Miller and B o n n i e Kay Bruington. Dr. Grumbine was program chairman. Extension Home Ag There a always more to do just before Christmas thai there are hours to accomplish all of it. Why not give yourself a head start on those last minute baking jobs by starting them before hand and then freezing them for use during the holidays? Your calendar may include certain days for baking, checking ou the Christmas card list, package wrapping, decorating the house, and any others you think of now. Then you might also include a day for unexpected, and do include tome time for fun and enjoyment of the holidays with the family. Coffee cakes, rolls, nut breads, fruit cake, cookies can all be baked ahead and froten. Let them! -- ccol and wrap in aluminum foil i minutes. Cool to iukmarm and 4LCW Holds General Meeting General meeting of Our Savior's American Lutheran Church Worn- Monday evening followed i memorial and thank offering serv. e. Mrs. Ben Hermanscn was Ihe ccompanist for the group sing- ng. The Rev. Richard Bunge ave a talk on "Memories" ant several members presented a skil tressing thank offering. Rev. nd Mrs. Bunge sang a duet 'Hold Thou My Hand." Members presented their treasure chest offerings followed b; irayer given by Mrs. Gordon .acy, stewardship secretary. A film, "The mission of the Church" dealt with the problems nd challenges the church faces Rev. Bunge conducted install; ion of general officers and a! circle officers. Mrs. Henry Hirsch presided a he meeting. Annual reports wen liven and the group voted to givi $1,500 to debt retirement. Mrs. Ray Miller, secretary i education, was in charge of th program. Hostesses were Miriam and Naomi Circles. Mmes. Lacy Wilkinson, Ludlum and Bert Phillips welcomed the members and graduating seniors of Colorado State College who were special guests. Mrs. B. J. Lanning introduced the guests. Decorations followed a Spanish theme with los luminaries festive lights of Christmas, placed in a circle to form a stage for the ay. These are paper bags Tilled ith sand and lighted candles. A nata in green and red hun| bove the "stage." Silver Christ las treei, gold doilies, poinsel w and bright balls completed * theme. Hot cranberry punch and Span h cookies were served. Hostesses were Mmes. W. R. Irvin, Ca!-| fin Evans, Ralph Fisher, John I "ulbright, Warren M. Gardener, Leslie Grimes, Edna Grover, E. Haefeli, Htrbert H. HughejJ enneth Hansen, Lewis KittaJ 3 hillipi and Robert Ruyle. Loco Over Locro QUITO, Ecuador (AP) -- Ecua doreans love a soup which draw stares from visiting North Ame leans. You start off with a thick pola to soup. Put several leaves fresh lettuce in it. Half an av cado goes on top of the lettuc A hard-boiled egg nestles insld the avocado. It's called "iocro" and in th South American nation where b meals are the rule it is only first course. or plastic bag. To thaw, they "^ should stand at room temperature! in the package, or if they are wraDped in foil, they can be heated in the oven. Some things do not need time for thawing, bi;t may be served almost unmediate ly as they come from the freezer if ymi have unexpected guests. Mrs. Earl Russell of Keenes- xirg iharei thii recipt for a ruit cake that stays moist. You may want to vary it by using your favorite candied fruits for the mix that one can buy. You may want to share a cake with some of your friends. Carr.t Fruit Caia 2*i cups hot water 2'i cups sugar 2 cups ground carrots 2 cups raisins 2 tablespoons shortening 2 teaspoons allspice 2 teaspoons cinnamon 2 teaspoons cloves 4 terspoons soda ! cup chopped nuts package fruit cake mix Bake at 300' for al»ut m wurs, or until a toothpick, when inserted, i-omes out clean. Sitting Duck' CHICAGO i AP-One motoring precaution most often overlooked is a supply of red flare? to mark the road side position of a car in case of nighttime cmerycp.di'.v 'Die Chicago Motor Club strongly advises Flare:, for maximum protection against "silling duck" accidents. A disabled car on the roadside at night should have on its licht*. and a flare should be placed some distance up the road in the dim- tun of oncoming traffic. Boil all of this ingredients for USI THB TRIiUNB WANT ADS Social Briefs Veterans of World War I will ot have a dinner at 6:30 p.m., t their meeting Monday night s previously announced. There will be a Christmas party at 7:30 .m., at the DAV Hall with en- ertalnment "ly the Jim Dandies and refreshments afterwards. The party is for the veterans and the .adies Auxiliary. HONDAA Wonderful (lift Now On Display HONDA TRAIL 55 O.H.V., J ·peed. loal tor niKirtimcn. rodthounds. etc. 1315 HONDA CA 95, 150 cc. O.H.C. t w i n , 161., HI'.. 4.|ieed, flee trie utartiT. M95 H O N D A C102 SO ee, O.H.V.. 6 III'., elerlrir starter, nulo matlc rlutch, -'(in M.P.G. For dependable economical KI!N transportation. (315 H O N D A CA77 305 cc, touring. 1640 SUPER SPORT MCC O.H.V., S HI'. Mpi-erf. 1325 Jult Arrived Hondo Hiwk 250cc O.H.C. Twin. Worlii'i limit. 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