Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 10, 1962 · Page 18
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Buy baitifil Christtts Ami|MMit$ f r rom owerA GIFTS for MEN * · ·"'"'* English - i lather 1 ·fur thw«... · 'attar ihow«f.;,. ·Itor ton... ft. Ail-PURPOSE . . MEN'S LOTION *J.OO tl.10 »«,«« plwlu CAMPUS PHARMACY Chdrles R. Peterson 931 16th St. Phone 352-8357 Evans... By MRS. REA FUERSTOCK EVANS - The WSCS of the lethodisl churi-h met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs". Elaine Uorsey. Mrs. Robert Horn, ice president, was in charge of he meeting. Reports were given « the recent bazaar and turkey linner. Plans were discussed for i Christmas party which will be leld at the church. The date is o be announced later. Mrs. Walter Durst was in ·harge of the program. She w_ assisted by Mrs. A. B. Jennings, Mrs. Rea Fuerstock, Norma Kyle and Mrs. Robert Horn. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. R. }. Horn, Thursday, Jan. 3. at 2:00 p.m. The Sunday School Christmas rogram will be given at the Methodist church Sunday evening, Dec. 16, at 7:30 o'clock. On Dec. 23 a candlelight and com munion service will be held al the church with the Rev. Don Fort in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gibbs have been in Tulsa. Okla, the past week, called there'by the death of her father. First in Girls' School BELFAST-Girls at Strathcarn Grammar School looked in aston ishment when they saw Darrel Meaders, 37, the first man tc teach in this all-girl school, fresh from California on an exchange arrangement. He came as · mathematics teacher for Mis Elizabeth Dickey of Belfast whc is now teaching in America. There are 500 pirls at Ih. school. "But." says this pleasan American "they've got used t me already and me to them am we don't think it's unusual an; more." LONDON - Britain's Ministc of Transport recently drank glass of sherry and then took sobriety test in a recent demon stration of equipment to comba drunken driving. Put 18 GKEELEY 1RI1UXE Moa., Dtt. H, IH2 I Dutch daknut itiat fcf fttgrimsi Company to ever; cfeiU ta fe rf various kind,, for Ms ,^-community. ^oartrti were from Holland. The' Many holiday seasons thl» S*nU iSanta Claui role was a new one,; l:as 6"» lu TM re "an «·« t«*n 'but frum that year this Yuktidej alld " :is Christmas ere he plans role has never been misled : w veral tri l )S ' """S 11 i«li v t*lal Mrs. Blagg says. "Daddy isi"^*s are not on his list any- iinure. When a little child jumps up In getting too ola but he is always] iniwus to get into his red suil'-i,;., a nns and says. "I love nd I know he won't quit as longiSunU." that is all" he thanks as he lives." jbe wants. Last year Bill Blagg gave away i 1.500 packages for the Uierks'USE 1HI TRIIUNI WANT ADS SANTA WILL COME SOON Tht drumy Chrhtmii child it Jimmy ·Khnum « Cwcl CtMn, FU. Teacher Apologizes TOKYO -- An arithmetic teacher at an elementary school in Osaka. Japan, recently gave his class this homework: Count from one to 100 million by tommorow. Three hours nfter starting the children had only reached 4.000. Parents protested, the teacher apologired. It would have taken the children four to five years, counting 24 hours a day to finish tliis item of homework. Smart Idea in Stereo Hi-Fi Quality performance in a useful piece of furniture 3 separate speaker systems and Multi-Channel Amplifier with 3 output transformers for crisp separation of sound--Super Quiet Automatic Record Changer with Feather Touch Tone Arm--Separate Controls for Balance, Loudness and Tone. . Clean contemporary lines. Looks like a coffee table. Finished on all sides for use anywhere. Place it under a window or in between furniture groupings -- especially nice for compact apartment living. 129.95 MOTOROLA Portable TV M O D E L 19P1S-13' / \_pi"iTMc/ ovpiali flu; i"r. , 1 ' ? - T t'i or .t'i'e' »r^'nji itf.l In mlhc-^ny. Walnut, Monde AH(^ manic lltghtly mpher. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS Weld County Garage APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT 810 10th Street 352-1313 'SUITING UP' FOR 'M-Bill Blagg is known most ot tin year as His Honor the mayor of Dierks, Ark. But at Christmastime the children of southwest Arkansas have an even mort exaultcd title for him--"Santa." His Honor the Plays Santa to By RUTH MALONE Texarkana Gauttt Feature Wrltar In southwest Arkansas children know Santa Claus as Bill Blagg if Dierks, who has dressed in a red flannel suit for over 50 years. His annual visits on Christmas eve have brought happiness to many people of the communities in this region. All through the year folk say "Howdy Santa" to this genial re Mayor Hundreds ired mill man who Is the mayo of Dierks. Bill Blagg la now 73 and hi.i ow children are grown and have chi dren of their own to enjoy secin Santa each year. It was baek in 1909 when Bi Blagg moved from Red Wale Tex., to Arkansas. 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