Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 11, 1962 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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i»««« H GREELEY TRIBUNE T««, Dw. 11. 1962 TEGUCIGALPA - The largest' flour mill in Honduras plans major expansion. for bridge priin ... Wad dccowtd, plat iccoltd undid .. five off · Uflty H" while b«rai»i Returns Truckkod Of Overdue looks NORWICH. England iAPi-A constant reader entered the Norwich Public Library the other day! and said be had some overdue books to return. i "Ccruunijr. tir." ujd ihe librarian. "Haw many?" "Er-well-299." said the visitor. The books were outside in a truck. The man said he decided to return them after the library announced it was forgiving all fines. Quake Prediction Goal CAPE TOWN - The United States has given South Africa two very sensitive seismographs for use in a worldwide earthquake- recording system. Data gathered is expected to help predict dangerous earth shocks. The President's Commission on Campaign Costa reported expenditures in behalf of all candidates for public office in 1960 totaled $165 to $175 million. STARS IN THEIR EYES - Mrs. Joe Webb Jr. and daughter Wendi of Atlanta admire the Christmas stars Mrs. Webb made from soda straws. Odds and Ends Become Stars does more-faster, easier than any other portable typewriter $ 1.50 only p«r WMk · "Office machine" II" carriage · Miracle Tab sets carriage automatically tor columns and indents · Full keyboard with easy-action performance...prints sharp t, clear *End-ol-page Indicator...doubles «s a paper support · Choice of high-fashion colors "Everything for the Office" 1303 Eighth Avenue ·r EDITH HILLS COOCLER at night. N'o time. Then she was rlwita Jwrnal WMWI'I Editor buiy marrying Mr. Webb, keep Mrs. Joe Webb Jr. finally got round to follow directions she tad been saving for years. The result? She has straws--beg pardon- tars in her eyes. Mrs. Webb is a shining example the fact that women eventually find the lime and energy to e all the odds and ends they ing house, having baby Wendi. N'o time. How did she finally find time? "By neglecting other things," she replies. She has stars all over her house now, in different colors and sizes. They are as lovely as she anticipated. "You need a box of straws for each star. You need matching Years ago she ran across direc- rocnct c ° r d or embroidery ons for making gigantic decora- ve stars out of soda straws strung togelher. The design was ased on the lovely natural straw -ars that the Swiss delight in (ringing together each Christmas. But the directions were corn- lex. Mrs. Webb was working in the daytime and going to school lushing Season TUCSON - The Tucson Post Office reported receipl of Ihe firsl 962 letter for Santa Claus on July 18. Asst. Postmaster N. L 'rilchard said it would be al Ihe lop of the pile when the Christ mas season arrives. Wl FIATURI HEAD TW MOJT TAIKID AK3UT Wl . . . ON IVHY HOT! . . . lYHYWHWI IN THC WOULD. JONES SKI ft OOLF SHOP iread. And you need a needle made of florist wire, slightly more tan twice the length of a straw." tie advises. "To make the needle, bend the wire double; twist the ends to- ether leaving an eye for your bread." Mrs. Webb already had the em- iroidery thread in all colors: she'd wen saving it since high school. She figured she'd find a use for it some day. If you wan to make stars, too, here's how Mrs. Webb does it. Start with 75 straws. Cut 15 of hese in half. Pass needle and thread through three half-slaws to make a triangle. Tie thread. Attach more half-straw triangles jy rethreading until the straws form the shape of wedges of a pie. Leave out the last wedge Pull the structure together and fasten. The resulting five triangles will form a tentlike shape. Continue using half-straws. At- ach two lo each joint around the ]ase of these new straws so that Jiey will form triangles, pointing down. The ten now rest on the points of the new triangles Thread a half-traw between each of thes ebase points, like a stret cher. Turn it upside down. You wil: see that your base straws forrr the same shape as the base of th original tent. Construct a secon tent on these stars, using the res of the half straws. Inless you've goofed, you noi .·e a jewel-like shape consis of 20 triangles. Each of thes Is a long star point made o ee full-length straws. rtrs. Webb says that if you'r ept, you csn make a star o and a half to three hours. Be the Cleverest Hostess in Town/ Are No Problem Serve Gay Colorful Sandwiches - Made With RED OR GREEN SANDWICH BREAD (Please Allow One Day To Prepare Order) 30c Per Loaf PHONE 352-0591 HACKER and WAITERS BAKERY 710 7th Street 352-0591 Thursday's Calendar Senior Citizens. Youth Center. 1:15. First Christian Group Four. Mrs. William Heilinan. 2902 Bethel Baptut Gleaners. Or- cles One. Two and Three, annual Christmas party, church. First Congregational Church groups- IV. Mrs. J. J. Zuidema. 1«« Monlview Koad. 1:00 Mrs. Etta Ruth Turnbull anc Mrs. Alton Paul, assisting, program by Mrs. Will Lynn; VI Mrs. A. M. Gillespie, "sw lith St-. 1:00. Mmes. John Welling, Howard Blanchard and Frank WaWs, assisting, program by Mrs. Blanchard; I. Mrs. Clyde Peddycord, 1727 lllh Ave., 1:15. Mines. W. A. Barnett, Roscoe Smith. John Bohlender and L. D. Hobbs. assisting; II, church lounge, hostesses. Mmes. A. R. Capron, M M. Carpenter, Henry Mehrer and Shtrwood Neal. Immanuel Lutheran Circle Five, covered dish luncheon, Mrs. Everett Reynolds, north of Greeley, 12.30. First Bapast Church circles: Alice Klein, lower temple, 1:30, Mrs. Don Neece and Mrs. Chuck McPberjon. hostesMs, program and devotions by Mrs. Le Triplet!: Three, Mrs. Henry Baab. 1723 7th Ave.. dessert, luncheon. 1:30. Mrs. Merle Oliver, assisting, Mrs. Ed Fager berg and Mrs. John Minnick to give program: One, Mrs. Harold Archer, 1015 12th Ave., 2:00, Mrs. Sam Wyatt. assisting, Mri. Roy Briggs, program; Two, Mrs. Willis Williams. 2017 llth Ave., Mrs. Laura Good, program: Four. Mrs. A. 0. Gaede, 10M 34th Ave . Mrs. Jack Allison and Mrs. Adam Dill, assisting, Mrs. Bessie Courtney program on "The Miracle of Love. First Covenant Dorcas Society, Christmas meeting. Memorial Chapel, 2:00 Mmes. Martin Anderson, Ernest Johnson, Herbert Johnson and Paul Ronnberg, hostesses. Afternoon Duplicate Bridge Club, Country Club, 12:30. Plainvicw Social Club, Christmas dinner, Mrs. Edward Boresen, 7:00: husbands as guests. Gill WTL, Christmas Party. Jaycee-Ettes, Mrs. Rod Kirk VFW Auxiliary, b u s i n e s s meeting, Brannaman Hall, 1:00 Scroll and Fan, Mrs. J. J Zuidema, 1806 Monlview Road Gill Country Club, turkey din ner and gift cxcliange. Woman's Society of Christian Service, First M c t h o d i i t C i n r e a. December mmiaj: 11:45. prater t»e. chapel: !:·. business mwtia|, ckajwl: 1:45. program. "Hear the Angels Sing"; 2:30. Christmas tea, parlor. Happy Homemaitrrt Club, Christmas dinner. Driftwood: adjourn to Mrs. Don Moore's' home for gilt exchange and so-'/, cia! evening Kuner Circle, Kuner School. Ht«t LMKH* OtfT NEW YORK-U y«r fog up with in winter, *a; you need dorm windows can cut through flaw by W prcn*. election of officers and Christmas gift exchange. 'GW' for WASHINGTON - Brass buttem Britain Stumped By Servicemen In Rush to Run LONDON (API-Britain's legal authorities admitted today that Uie new army game--getting out if the armed services by running lor political office--hod them momentarily stopped. The big question is how to hall legally the stampede. So far. 249 persons have registered as candidates for two vacant ataU in the House of C'onv The rait majority are ·ervicemen. Someone discovered that by running for Commons, a serviceman is automatically excuse* from further duty. Th» government decided te rushj through a new law that would dam the deluge of armed forces bearing tbr initials. GW. manufactured widely in the IM- «d States, just after G«0ffi Washington's inauguratioi · president. Some still exist. In memory ot Fr*4 BaiMr. who pan«d iwajr D*c. 11, 196H Gone li th« fact w» Ion* M deiir, Silent li the TO! · w* k)t«4 to heir; Too (ir awir (or lifht «r iptecb. But. not too (tr for Uotuht to reach. Sweet to renumber him wk» v» here, And wlio, thouth tbienl, It juit i* deir. Mrs. Fred Bautr aa4 candidates. But drafting Ihe law isn't at easy M It sounded. The government has encoun-j u ° dne ° r " tered legal complications. Some -of its bed legal brains have yet to find a solution (o safeguard (he Tl'l.K In memory of CatherlB* Talk who paMed twaj Dte. 1), I Tears ago. (kme li th face w» Iort4 w Interests of all. The Federalist! held the majority leadership in the first session of Congress in 1783. outnumbering the Democrats, 53 to 12.' Sll'iit li th rolct »« loT*4 to hear: Too far awar (or iljht «r speech, Rut nut (oo far for thoufht ta reach, Sweet to rem»mbr e«r.wk* was here, Anil who, thoufk absent, to just a« dear. Sadly mined bj her daufhUr ilvrtle and family CARPETS DRAPERIES Fim Fitlwl Finitin Givirs WINDOW SHADES FURNITURE REUPHOLSTERIM BUNT'S Ml Slxtienth Street S52I1M m^. HALF THE FUN OF HAVING FEE7T Family of Fin« Footwear as advertised In PARADE MAGAZINE The holiday season begins when you choose from tlic many fine stylings for this most gala season, From the standpoint of design, construction and quality, shoes by Friedman are always good buys, Always good gifts, too. JOHN C. ROBERTS · GRACE WALKER QUEEN QUALITY Your Family She* Store . . Open every nijthl unlll Christmas starling Wednesday, December 12lh. 806 9th Street

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