Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 10, 1962 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 10, 1962
Page 17
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OES Kensington Enjoys Party Tbe traditional date pudding was served to tt members o( OES Kensington at a Christmas party] last week at the Masonic Temple. Holiday centerpieces and San-' ta Claus napkins followed the theme. The group enjoyed a gilt exchange. Mrs. Lorraine Miller read a Christmas poem and Mrs. Mollie Kitts read "As You Write Your Christmas Cards." Urs. J. H. Corsberg read "Gifts From the Desert" by Fred B. Fisher, and "Peace On Earth with Santa She also sang "Battle Hymn of the Republic." and led the group la singing "Silent Night." Guests introduced were Mrs. H. E. Carmichael of Westminster, Calif., and Mrs. Lily Hickrhan ot Windsor. iMethodk Family Night Wed. j Family night will be Wednesday beginning at 7 p.m, at the IFint Methodist Church. There will be no covered dish supper this iyear, bU refrethments will be served by the Edith Parks and Euobelh Clarke Circles. The Christmas program will be given |by the youth of the church with the Rev. Jack Hill in charge and "'· Mrs. James Bornemeier assisting. Mrs. W. L Straight \| |v Entertains Evans Club lUl ' Eighteen members enjoyed the annual Christmas party of the Evans Extension Club last week! MCKU Dec. II, 1962 GREELEY TRIBUNE PU* 17 ^ r jAt Hospital J South Side Country Club Enjoys Luncheon Nineteen members ot the South- Side Country Club enjoyed the annual Christmas luncheon ant gift exchange at the American Legion Club last week. Four members. Mmes. Jennie Straight, A, J. Finch, Thomas Fay and John Wcrkheiser, whose birthdays occur in December were honored at the luncheon Members answered roll cal with "What I Would Do wilh a 25lh Hour." Gifts were prcsei to the outgoing officers fvf tiieii services lor the past year. Mrs. Clifford Miller was in charge of the program. Mrs. H. Roy Freemyer read the "Christmas Story." Mrs. Roy Kobb read. "The Pilgrim's Fcasl" and "Star of Bethlehem." and Mrs. Allie Miller gave "Our Christmas Presents." Mrs. Fay led the group in sing- Ing Christmas carols accompanied by Mrs. T. L. Davis at .he piano. Next meeting will be Jan. 9 at the home of Mrs. John Werkheiser. Because of New Year's, the meeting is being held one week later than usual. TO WED-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Homeburg of northeast of Greeley announce the engagement ol their daughter. Mary Ann. to Ale. Richard H. Patten, son of Mrs. Ella Frazcl of Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Miss Homeburg is a 1960 graduate of Greeley High School. After graduation, she joined the Women's Army Corps and is now stationed at Filzsimons Hospital at Denver. Her rank is private first class. Ale. Patten is now assigned to the 451 Strategic Missile Wing at Lowry Air Force Base. Denver. The weddin" will be al 3 ?.m. Jan. 5. al the Central Baptist Church. Aurora. Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital Saturday, Dec. 8: Suiette Lambert, Pierce; Mi- k-hael Susan Carey, 1807 26th St.; I Sharon Schmidt, Rt. 2; Mrs. Danny York, Milliken: Mrs. Wilbert Luiz, 2629 15th Ave. Court: Russell Speaker, Cornish; Genevieve Andrade, Rt. 1; Garland Dunlap, Evans; Billie Harrod, Storfc Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Talbert of Plattevflle, a daughter an Monday, Dec. 10, at Weld County General Hospital. Shrines Found in China HONG KONG--Sucty-onc grut- toes and 220 shrines containi.^ Mmes. Donn Reid. Urry Rhoad- Social Briefs Tips on Comparing Turkey Prices for The Holiday Season FORT COLLINS - Comparing prices of one turkey with another isn't easy-thai is unless you know much more than price per pound, T. E. Hartung, Colorado Slate University poultry market Ing technologist, says you nce t» check (rode to find out about tie quality, as well as knowing the size and type of turkey whci you are comparing cost per pound. Turkeys lhal weigh eight pounds or less are generally UK high est price per pound, and turkeys II pounds and over arc generally the lowest. So be sure you com pare prices on the size o[ bin you preler when you're trying tc judge UK best Iwy. Young hen turkeys are gen erslly higher priced than youn; lonu. Dr. Hartung says lluit (her Li little difference in quality be tween Iwns nnd toms, with to day's modern production meth ods. So the size of turkey you cidc on will probably be you main reason for selecting Tithe a hen or a torn. The largest bird are usually toms. Regarding turkey grade;. Hnr lung explains lhal the joven mcni inspoclion stnmp is no ind calion of grndc. Thai stamp ind cales only that the luikey c;i cass Is wholesome, but does no tell whether the turkey is hip or low In quality. Grade docs IP you the quality ot the bird. FRAMES TO FLATTER YOUR FACE We recommend a Hioroiiph eye examination nt. Icnst once a yvnr · Broken I.ensca Dupliralcd · Oculists' l'rescri|itions fillfd · Frames repaired GREELEY OPTICAL 812!'j 8th Ave. rs. Albert Averv was electee esident of the doverly Club at home of Mrs. J. EJmcr Scl- n last week. Mrs. Bickcll Will n will be vice president and rs. Lee Roy Goldsmith, secre ry-lrcasurcr. M r 3. Clarence haricn and Mrs. Wayne Wilkin- n won prizes at Monte Carlo list. Next meeting will be the hrisimas party Dec. 19. al the me of Mrs. Avery. Kil Karc Klub enjoyed its an ual Christmas luncheon last week the Camtield Hotel. Hostesses ere Mmes. Virginia Henderson manda Stiffens, Capiiola Dan rlh. Bertha Stockton and Rat-he hrwm. The group went to the wne of Mrs. Slockton for the gif ·change. Mrs. Frances avc the program. Next mertinp '" be at (he home of Mrs. Vic r Wilger, 1215 18th St. Gallon Ladies Aid had its Ira tkmal Christmas turkey dinne ast week at the social room o he church. Mrs. Bill Erickso ayed several piano selections I members present exchanget iftt. Next meeting will be Jan al the home of Mrs. Thur Tiilc. PANAMA--Panama's new ban ill altcnipt to meet credit nc« or low income people. Mrs. Mabel Nolin. Gill; Brooks Cole. 1120 17th St.; Mrs. Helen Smith, Pierce: Irs. Henry Estreich. Eaton; Alert Piliinger, Greeley Nursing ome: George Bierig, 515 7th St.; Irs. Elza Callihan, Drake; Mrs avid Leathers. 2330 21st Ave,; enry Nazarenus, 1323 3rd Ave.; arry Balch. Rt. 4; Mrs. Harok millie, Eaton; Mrs. Kenneth Wil on, Rt. 2; Mrs. Edward Wagner r.. Milliken; W. Leo Cleaver 625 51st St. Mrs. Guy Brcss .ult; Carl Brethauer, 702 28th ,ve.; Andrew Vaneman. Love Und; Hobert liawson, 2983 W 2th St. Road: Mrs. Donald Leback, Eaton: Mrs. Richard Archu eta and son. 1107 1st St.; Mrs iidiard Buhr and son. Erie: Mrs larvin Lynch and daughter, Milken: Mrs. Joe llodriquez and sages or bringing homemade can-j dy. A short business meeting was wid. Plans were made to have uncheon at the Farm Fare Restaurant Jan. 10. Remainder of the evening was valuable Buddhist rock carvings, some of which are 1,400 years olc lave been uncovered in northwesi China's Kansu Province, accord- ng to the Chinese Communist tain Him news agency. The carv ings cover a rock surface oi about 363 feet by 46 feet. More than Z.115 stone statues have also jevn found. the home of Mrs. W. Aibfrt preiente( j L.I a musical program for the Social Straight |Science Circle last week at the Hull call was answered by each|home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Birrell member wearing Christmas cor-j Mrs. Albert introduced the program with one of her own compositions which emphasizes music that lacks key feeling or tonality. This was illustrated by a (juartet composed ol Mrs. Albert. Mrs. Cludora Klusman. Henry Salzman Jr. and Jack Meakins spent playing games and having accompanied on the piano by Miss the Christmas gift exchange." '" " Phyllis Shotwell. Mrs. Albert then presented a armer and Richard Manweilerl discussion of electronic were in charge of the games. Win- chance music, and computer mu- ning prizes were Mmes. Don sic and illustrated each by play- Rumney. Bill Shoneman. John Reid and Clarence Rhoadarmer. Games were ended oil a serious note by each member telling what Christmas means to them. Hostess gift was received by Mrs. C. E. Rhoadarmer. ing recorded selections. Next meeting will be Jan. 15 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ly man Graybeal when Dr. John Weaver will give the program. France hopes for more rain Be prepared for the biuy holiday season with a care-free permanent and hair style. CALL 352-0338 FOR APPOINTMENT OUR BEST OIL WAVE Guaranteed soft and long lasting. Now $12.50 Fireside Beauty Salon 1402 8th Avenue OPEN DECEMBER 24 ind DECEMBER 31 It's Gift Giving Time at nn, Rocky Mountain Court: Mrs. acob Baiier. 1318 24th Ave.: Mrs. Edward Harper, Rt. 3. Dismissed Sunday. Dec. 9: Dane! Switzer. 815 31st Ave.: Mrs. llvin Pearson, Rt. 1: Mrs. Don 'oole, Nunn; Mrs. Nellie Fisher. 129 llth Ave.: Vernon Martin, Evans: Grace Lundvall. 1432 9th ·St.: Mrs. Frances Pickett. 3028 ligh Drive: David Adolph, 1205 3rd Ave. Court: Clarence Scholz, !W8 7th Ave.; Mrs. A. F. Reeves Jr.. 1712 19th Ave.; Edna Randall, 1915 llth St.; Hiram Dun- neck, Fort Lupton; Mrs. Mary A. lird. Weld County Nursing Home; larold Shern. Johnstown: Herbert Hansen, 2029 17th S!.: Mrs. crald Noeller, 3215 10th St.: Mrs. David Babcock and daugh er. 2009 9th Ave.; Mrs. Arthur Sullivan and daughter, Fort Col- Mrs. Robert Bauming and son, 110! 13th Ave.: Mrs. Ted Shephard and daughter, 2506 12th Ave. Court. 7.99 ...and leave the rest to Evans Rest assured you're giving the gilt he wants.., your man knows [vans comfort, admires Evans styling. 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