Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 3, 1976 · Page 24
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U CREELEY (Cgto.) TRIBUNE Wed.. March 3.1878 Christian Women's Fellowhip groups study 'Self-control, a duty to ourselves' Betrothal announced Mr. and Mrs. Emest Nelson of Eaton announce the betrothal of their daughter, Vickie to Alan Hay wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lieuallen of Pierce. Miss Nelson, a graduate of Eaton High School is employed at Deanna's Beauty Salon in Eaton, and also at Greeley Producers. Her 'fiance, a graduate of Highland High School, is employed by Irrigation and Power Equipment Inc. in Greeley. No definite wedding plans have been made. Several of the groups of led the worship on "Self- Christian Women's Fellowship Control." had lessons on "Self-Control. Mrs. Archie Gibson will be Our Duty to Ourselves" based hostess for the meeting at 1:30 on the third chapter of the p.m. Thursday, March 25, at gospel according to James, at her home, 1830 Delwood Ave. meetings late in February. Group IV The meetings were reported Mrs. Frances Heilman was as follows: the lesson leader, Mrs. Ruth Group II Mitchell gave the worship and Mrs. Olive McNeal was the the Rev. and Mrs. Leslie worship leader at this meeting Bowers and the Rev. Lee at the home of Mrs. Lacy Martin were guests, when 14 Wilkinson, with Mrs. C. E. members gathered at the home Wallace as co-hostess. Mrs. of Mrs. Bowers, with Mrs. Clay Taylor presented the Martha Kent as hostess. The next meeting, a covered dish luncheon at noon Thursday, March 25, will be at the The members were urged to become involved in the Ash Wednesday prayer vigil lasting from 6 a.m. until midnight. There were 12 members present and one guest, the Rev. Leslie Bowers. The next meeting will be at home of Mrs. Heilman. Mrs. Flossie I^ewis and Mrs. Ruth Wood will be co-hostesses. Group V Mrs. Esther Porter and Mrs. 9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 25, Edylh! Gouft W6re hoslesses at the home of Mrs. Leslie for Group v in tne cnurch Bo wers · parlor, with 15 members present and the Rev. Bowers lesson and Mrs. Mae Cullison led the worship. ' The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, March 25, at the home of Mrs. Cullison, 608 35lh Ave. Court. Love Group The hostesses, Jean Murphy, Donna Hofer, Gretchen Howland and Betty Van Arsdol, presented "Sing a. New Song" when the Love group met in the church parlor. There were 18 members present. Carol Rewerts and Roberta Martin were guests. The worship was titled "Commune and Sing Praises to Him." The next meeting, also in the church parlor, will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 18, with Helen Franklin, Lynn Fuhlendorf and Robyn Haskelt as hostesses. Fish steaks brushed with butter or margarine need only 20 to 25 minutes baking in a 350 Group III Mrs Roberta Martin Mrs and lne Rev ' Marlin ^ guests, degree oven. Serve with lemon Carroll Nickle and Mrs. Lee Mrs - Etncl Munday gave the we jg es . Martin were guests of the hostesses, Mrs. Harvey Mau and Mrs. Walter McCandless and 10 group members, at the Maul home. Mrs. Ralph Hofner was the lesson leader, and Mrs. Maul Navy Mothers commander visits Greeley Mrs. Martha DrieUi of Denver, state commander of Navy Mothers Clubs of America, was one of the guests at the bicentennial luncheon meeting of Greeley Navy Mother's Club No. 15, at the Blue Flame Room on Feb. 25. Other guests were Mrs. Mary Clark, Mrs. Alberta Cupp and Harold Johnson. Hostesses, Mmes. Gladys Buxtnan, Jrma Nuss, Gunhild Smith and Jackie Naftz, used a patriotic theme for table decor. Mrs. Mary Meier was in charge of the program after luncheon. Participating were Mrs. Hattie Burrous who gave a brief history of Navy Mothers Clubs; Mrs. Myrtle Buck read excerpts from the book "Humors of Mr. Lincoln" and a poem titled "Land of the Free" and accordion selections by Mrs. Meier. The next meeting will be a business session at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 10, in the Blue Flame Room. Reports of Our Savior's ALCW Circles Naomi Circle convened in the home of Circle members brought Valjean Hchn on Feb. 18. The Shalom Bible study on Hie healthy Iwmc was led by Mrs. liutli Tollcfson. Belsy Bargelt will open her Our Savior's American Lutheran Church Women has several circles which report spoolsoflhread to Ihe February monthly meetings. meelingofNaomi Circle for use in (he sewing projects. Deborah Circle The group met with Mrs Miss Ruth Borchardt and Dennis Fisher and Mrs. John home for Ihe next Lydia Circle Mrs. Erwin Janssen were | ta || igan led n, e Bible study. meeting on March 17, when (he accepted as new members of i'|, e nexl meeting will be at Bible study topic will be "The the Deborah Circle when the 7:30 p.m. March 15, at the home Healthy Congregation." group met at the home of 0 [ Mrs. Mike Montoya in U Mildred Ewald. Pearle Hoff galle with Mrs. Fisher leading gave the Bible study. lne Bible study. The Deborah Circle will llachclCircle prepare Ihe Golden Age dinner O n Feb. 19 members of Hie next week. The nexl meeting is R acn el Circle gathered at the set for 1:30 p.m. March 17, al home of Joan House. Thc basis Ihe home of Miss Borchardt, fora healthy home is "Shalom" 2309 8th St. Mrs. Janssen will be j n i ne home according to Kebccca Circle Rebecca Circle members discussed pre-school support, the noodle sale project, Guatemalan relief as a possible project, at the Feb. 19 meefing in Ihe home of Pal Leuch. . rs. anssen w e j n ( ne homc according to ' Gayle Doering was the Bible the Bible study leader. Carolyn Carlisle who gave the s | U dy leader. The group would Bible study. |j|«, ( 0 begin a Love Offering Tabitha Circle The Bible study emphasizing "Shalom" as a part of the nexl '"*li"g » her home at healthy home was led by Wilma 21M Glentoir drive al I MO p.m. Wilken when Tabilha Circle March 18 - A S nra Cowa " wil1 t* met at the home of Sue Ruth. lnc Biblc s[wi y leader. Helen Rau was welcomed into Lydia Circle Ihe group. The next meeting ALCW's benevolences for the' will be at 7:30 p.m. March 18, in coming year were discussed scheduled for 9:30 a.m. March the home of Irene Maxey, 1950 and ideas were shared and 18, at the n6irie,of, JVlrs. Wes Highway 34 East, with Marilyn preferences made known on the I'elerson.raiMhSt., with-WLrs. Kindsfater as Bible study various recipients when Bob Cassidy as Bible study leader. members of Lydia Circle leader. Mrs. Carlisle will host Ihe with Ihe circle itself. A suggestion was made to combine the tasting lea and cookie exchange into one general meeting in December. Thc next meeting is By Abigail Van Buren DEAK ABBY; Mrs. Ready Kilowatt wrote to you complaining that at bedtime, all her electrician husband wonted to do was talk about his business, while she had other things in mind. You should havkr advised that wife to learn the lingo of her electrician husband so they could make contact that wpuld tin satisfactory to both. FULLYCHARGED DEAR FULLY: Why talk? Non-verbal communication is sometimes much more effective. Assuming that the husband's batteries aren't dead, the proper action could lower his resistance and increase his frequency. DKAU ABBY: Last October you had a whole column on fire prevention and suggested having a hand fire extinguisher in every home. Well, that gave me an idea for my married son's Christmas present. It should make you feel real good to know that gift turned out to be a lifesaver for my son, his wife, two small children and their home! Words cannot express my gratitude to you, Abby.l CANADIAN . DEAR CANADIAN: Thanks! Your letter made my day. DEAR ABBY: Someone asked you if you thought a grandmother should be expected to sit with grandchildren who were rude and disrespectful. She said she had two married sons who each had two little boys under 10. The sons of one family were a joy to sit with, so she often did, but the other two boys were mean and mouthy, so she refused to sit with them. Her problem was that she was bung criticized for playing favorites. You told her to turn a deaf ear to the criticism. Well, Abby, CRITICIZED made her first mistake when she didn't correct her disobedient grandchildren the first lime they got out of line. One grandson sassed me, so I told him that his Daddy didn't sass me when he was growing up and that I wasn't going to put up with it from him, either. Then I gave him a smack and set him down. He was so surprised he sassed me again, so I gave him another smack and set him down again. That was our first and last scene. Later, I warned his younger sister, "You'd better mind Grandma or you'll get what your brother got." Try to win their respect with love and firm discipline. If it doesn't work, refuse to babysit. Who needs frayed nerves and a headache? NO NAME, PLEASE Everyone has a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A., Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope, plense. ^LaVeta's Styling Salon Greeley Plaia 1029 2«th Ave., 353-4053 welcomes you to its | Grand Opening March 1-6 - FREE REFRESHMENTS We welcome suggestions for a new name for our shop Uniperm Special /« S 15 MASTER CHARGE BANKAMERICARD Terrific .WINDSOR WEST SHURFINE GREEN BEANS 303 can 5J1 PEACHES Mo. Cllnf Hilra a Slictd 2Vi can 47* SHURFINE CORN Cieim Style or Whole Kernel SHURFINE FROZEN VEGETABLES CORN, PEAS, CUT GREEN BEANS, CHOPPED BROCCOLI, MIXED VEG. PORK CHOPS PORK CHOPS PORK CHOPS SPARERIBS CHUCK STEAK FAMILY PICK End and Center cuti Ib. Cenler Cut Rib Chop! Ib. 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