Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 11, 1962 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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P»«eU GkEELEY TRIBUNE Tint, Dec. n, m2| Christmas Foods uinedhrougb ' ^ 10Dg lifles T D D *' J fore stores ^ "* shelves uefe ! I 0 DC KOllOnCQ «npty. The government national-) Cubans Are Told HAVANA (AP)-Cub«ns were tola Tues. they will have to use *"^ vl "^ uc * 1 vmiMinas pre r«U»o books to jet the goodie? s * nts '° r °* Cubans was the pre that traditionally decorate the fatten that inore than 16 million Christmas table--pork, poultry, nuts and candy. ized the shoe industry last but so far has not put into effect the expected ration scheme. One of the best Christmas pre- There will not be the great quantity we wish but there will be enough for all," the interior commerce minister. Manual Luar*, said in an interview with the government paper Revolution. The shoppers rush was most . _ j. £.,..,, . «... rrivj IKVOt [Qj evident, however, at shoe stores. O f Word that a pair could be ob- pairs of shoes, boots and sneakers , would be manufactured next year with everyone promised at leas two pairs a year. An unspecifie amount will be set aside for ex port to Bulgaria. Because of the earth's centrif ugal force, 5,000 tons of cargo loaded on a ship in the vicinity tons more at the poles. WEAR A GLASS OF CHAMPAGNE Th* iptrkle and twinklt of Lures ··broidery M a wool knit bodice ttonunlig from » float of chiffon. A inn that mikta a gala (rent ·f holiday tvninp bi| or litUt. T · W N · O U N T » V 1600 Ei|hth Av«. Jaequie Carlton Gladys Mathtws Trinity Lutheran Circles Meet Trinity Luthera* Church Lafeitneme. Mrs. Virgil Trotter and ·4 »mA tlu. r«:__j i · j _ _ . . . _ " the Circles heid recent BMtMti. Accwat* ti tin meet Members of the Ladies Aid en- yed the annual Christmas party last week at Luther Hall. Hostess- s were Mmes. Lyle Mueller, Lena .'ittier, Oscar Nuzel. Rudolph Minkel. and Robert Hienick. President, Mrs. Virgil Troester, opened fith a Christmas prayer. The lev. Lyfe B. Mueller installed to the Lutheran Service Society, new officers for 1963. The Luther- an Christian Day school then gave * program. Carla Kraft read . Christmas story from St. uke. Pupils of the first and second grades sang "As Each Hapy Christmas," "How Glad 1 Am PEWS CAN BE REVERSED - Keystone, Neb., has a church with Catholic altar at one end of the santuary lelt i and Protestant altar against the opposite wail (rightI. The congregation sits in pews with reversible backs. Each Christmas" and "Oh! How on India. "Spicy Breezes" and FRAME CHURCH In Keystone, Neb., built to be used for both Catholic and Protestant services, now is used only occasionally. But between BOO and Too tourists visited the church this year. Church Built 54 Years Ago For Two Faiths in Peace KEYSTONE, Neb. (AP)-Filty- our years ago the town of Keystone needed a church. In a rare display of togetherness, townsfolk built a "combina- :ion" church to serve both Protestants and Catholics. At one end was a Catholic altar; at the other, a Protestant altar. For Catholic Mass, parishioners faced the Catholic altar. ' Then pew backs were flipped over and the congregation faced the Protestant altar. The church, with a seating capacity of 70 to 75, remained in use until 1948. It still stands as a monument to Catholic-Protestant amity and is put to use occasionally for funerals, weddings, confirmations or graduation exercises. Keystone has only one regularly used church now, a Presbyterian Church. But women of the Key one Ladies Library Club keep combination church spic ant Try it, with us! COMPLETE COMMERCIAL BANKING SERVICE TH* FIRST NATIONAL BANK or GREELEY. COLORADO Member federal Oepoiit Insurance Corporation Established 1884 Oldtst tank in Weld County Hear "CHRISTMAS FANTASY" 7:15 to 7:45 D a i l y 6:30 to 7:00 Sunday KFKA 1310 KC Tourists who want to visit the ique church in this North Plattc iver Valley hamlet (popula- an( j j lrs on 85) are directed to Howard spcn( ) t | lc ayes, owner of the general store nd keeper of the keys. Hayes estimates the church has rawn between BOO and 700 visit- this year. Immanuel Lutheran LCW Projects Meeting LCW of Immamiel Lutheran Church worked on projects last week. Mrs. Herman Pearson, service chairman, directed the making of cancer pads and quilt- ng. .Mrs. Robert Pfenning, educa- ion chairman, was in charge of he making of toyc. the calls made on elderly members unable o be present, and the errands for guests of Bonell Home. The "Kid- ly Kits" for needy children will K accepted all" through December. Mrs. Harold Sandberg is In :harge of the "Kiddy Kits" which include: one hand towel, one face cloth, one bar of soap, one tooth brush, five pencils (not sharpened), one tablet (8x10), one plastic ruler, one socket comb and one white handkerchief. Hostesses for the meeting were Mmes. Lowell Carlson, Bruce Johnson. Waller P. Johnson, Hil ma Gullbrsndt, Charles Holmes, and Anna Johnson. Next meeting will be Jan. 8, at 7:30 p.m., al the church. oy Fully." Mrs. Herman Kautz ccompanicd them on the piano, he third and fourth grades gave skit, "Away in the Manger." ody and Tony Witt played a piano and accordion duel. A humor- us reading was given by Doug leine and Brag May did a pantomime, "Jimmy Agrees." A mu- ical reading. "By That Same Star" was given by the seventh and eighth grades. The j,roup then ang Christinas carols with Mrs. Xmald Schlager at the piano. Re- reslunents were served from a able decorated in a Christmas Kennedys Plan Holiday In Florida ARLINGTON', Va. - "Impulse uyers Anonymous" has been armed in Arlington by a group '. women seeking ways to stiffen leir sales resistance Members agree to help one nother follow a set of buying ules. Among them: Use cash nly and carry only enough cash o make planned purchases. Members who fall off the wagon arc professional counsc tecrcd ors. CARD OF THANKS KICKEHT I want to thank Ur. Koe and tho nurses and nurses aides for the kindness shown me while I was hospitalized In Weld County General Hospital: also the flowers sent trom thp lodges anil cards sent hy [rienils and their visitations. L-emm A. Rickert WASHINGTON (AP)-Prcsiden Kennedy will again Christmas-NcwYcar HalL VFW Post President! Enjoy Turkey Dimtr President* Club d Ik* ,, - . . . . . - - - . Brass poured. .Next VKW Auxilialy .. . meeting will be JaB. 10. at Luther dinaef a , BracnJi H*B X*. Cirtlt Om Mrs. Lena Nittler was hostess euest day evening. Guote ver* ku»- bauds. H. D. Lauer was · tpcciai to Circle Ooe at bet home last week. Mrs. Helen Colet was a guest. Mrs. Howard McWhirt save the educational topic. "Why I Write As a Christian" taken from "This Day" magazine. A free will offering was taken to be sent Mmes. August Pfleiderer, Al Norton and Tom Squibb were hut- tained ten members of Circle Two at her home. Mrs. Cus Hauf and son were guests. Mrs. Wasson opened the meeting with a reading. She also concluded the stud; "God's Grace on Ceylons Isle." A poem, "Everyday ThanksgiV' ing 1 Mrs. CircU Tw. Cornelia Eppich enter- ' was also read. Missbn Circle Mrs. Vernon Kuhlman, Mrs. Kr- nest Blobaum and Miss Mildred Massman were guests of the Mission Circle at a meeting at the hom« of Mrs. Gerald Witt. The group viewed slides taken at the Mission Fair which the group sponsored. Mrs. Louis Kicker had General Hospital, the topic on the hospital in India and also gave the study on India. were decorated witi esses. Tables miniature Christmas trees and candles. Following the dinner Mrs. Hazel Daum and Mn. Max Montoya distributed Chriitmu gifts to «U. Mr. and Mri. S«tM Maricle and Mr. and Mrs. Bel Murray were also celebrating their anniversaries and the wome» received gifts from secret listen. Mrs. Wesley Stevens will bt hostess to the club Jan. 7 It T:M pm. Stark Exprttt Born to Mr. and Mn. Tn4 Miller of Eaton, a daughter rm Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mn. Edwtrd Richling of KB 6th St.. a KB « Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Weld County USE THE TRIBUNI WANT AM 'ershing Missile Test Successful CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla. (API -A Pershing missile of the type 0 be seat to NATO troops early n 1963 scored a successful lest aunch Monday night at the mis- ile center. The short-range missile raced 200 miles for its 37th success to 42 firings. If you like tangy flavor In your heese sauce, »dd both Worcestershire sauce and cayenne pepper. M A K E A B E A U T I F U L G I F r i Order Early from Our Choice Selection ALSO Azaleas, Chrysanthemums, Begonias and Other Potted Plants FLOWERS 2503 Tenth Strtet 352-2851 GO WHERE SERVICE IS RON'S TV 363-4012 lolidays at the Palm Beach, Fla. lome of a friend. The White House confirmed hat the Kennedys would vacation at the estate of Col. Capton Mi hael Paul, an investment banker ind oil operator. The Kennedys ent the 1961 Christmas holidays at the estate, about a mile from he home of Joseph P. Kennedy he President's father. Mrs. Kennedy and their two ·hildren are expected to fly to Palm Beach this weekend. Kennedy will go there directly from his Dec. 19-20 meeting with British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in Nassau. White House press secretary Pierre Salinger said Monday that :he President had a slight sniffle. But it didn't keep him from going through a full schedule of activities following his return from Palm Springs, Calif., where he capped a tour of military and nuclear installation with a week end of rest. PENNEY'S A N N I V I R I A R Y 1 Ctwl*trnM«m« ... anytime COUNT ON PENNCY'S FOF FlltCT OUAUTV ... (l«wl«.« pcrfMM ttwt M»U» you o( Many cossacks sought rcluge in Turkey in 1855 when Tsar Nicholas I of Russia banned their beards. ENTIRELY NEW IDEA IN FOUNTAIN PENS THE ONtV NN YOU CAN Ol You can dial the point to fit your writing angle The New VP- adjusls lo you: Pick it up jnd your fingnrliin ,vitorTi.iiif ^lly O.p nilo a (nmforifll)lr position, itunU to Ihp fi.lly runlrmrrrl R iir. UijI Ihe big. solid 14k' gold poinl unh! lli-lipliii:(h-, liu-|).i|ir. r j||,m |hc angle \ni; wjnl. thrr, you (.in wnlr wild rnoic c.i-.r- ^nH (onifoil Itan yoy cvrr Ihouglit possihlr it:r VT RIVI-. you j ihoiro of l r i nslanlly irpl«cblc points, from .1 n-rr//r ,,rml lo .in trlrt-hnuil Ftl-aitivr. Slop in for i free limit let "How lo Pn fe il,r Righl Point fo; i VP.~ New Parker VP*-~ $ 10 surprise her this year with fuzzy-footed chic . . . Penney's cozy Fashion Flufferinos "Tis the season for soft slippers of shaggy dyed shearling lamb. These booty-beauties are spilling over with cuddly warmth from tip-to-toe. To keep her snug all winter, we've cut 'em slipper height 'n cozied 'em into ankle booties, too! Gay fashion warm-ups in the holiday spirited shades of , peacock blue and many more! Sixes 4 to 10. , aml Open eviry nigh! till 5:30 p.m. Mondoy and Friday Nightt Till 8:30

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