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Pmgi 2 -GREELEY TRIBUNE Saturday, Dtc. 17, 1955 f oman Jo«ephln« Miller, Editor Gifts for the Home Toastmistresses Entertain Guests Eaton Toaoimistvcsso:] and Early Risers Toastmaslers \verc guesls at this week's meeting of Evening Belles Toastmistresses at the Camfield hotel in the second floor lounge. Husbands of members were also guests. Inspiration was given by Mrs. E. J. Artist. Mrs, Hannah Kaulf- m a n was timer. Miss Elsie Erickson, lopicmis- tress,: presented . Ihe following speakers: Mrs. Leslie Ward, Mrs. Kenneth Quaylc of Aull, member of Ihe Eaton cluh, and -Mrs. Frank Berger. Their subject was Aspects of Christmas.. ' Mils Frances Kimball, a new member,' was inducted by Mrs. Ward. N Mrs. Paul Senator, chairman, v re- ported.for the nominating committee. ' . Autobiographies were given by Mri. Fay Wchcle.'Mrs. Bob Dorring, Mrs. Itaymonrt llicks and Mrs. Budd Finch. They wero introduced., hy. the loastmislrcss of the evening, Mrs. Ray Hcrrick. John Jones of the Early Risers was guest, speaker, entitling his tpeeeh, Chrislmas Disease. Speech, a'nalyisls were Mesdanies Artist,' Scllafer, Qualyle, Ward and Tom Redman o f , Gilcrcsl. -Mrs. Ward was g r a m m a r i a n and Mrs. Albert Case'was evalualor. Midalibn for (he best speaker of the meeting went to Mrs. Wchde. Neift meeting will he held on Dec. X at the .clcclrjc lounge. Mri. Lillian Anftwli, al Goedlamf, Kan., 1 and GreeJey, who .is spending iome lime here, showed color slides of her trip a y e a r ago lo th« Holy Land at the meeting this week of Business and Professional Women at the home of Geraldine Curarn. Mrs. Antholz opened her program with a ' recording of the long, Holy City. The paller for her picluras ' was tape recorded and synchronized and provided a delightful travelog for the . RTWs. Mri. Anthoh is a former member ef the 'Greeley club.. Yugoslavia will build 25'hotels and loo boarding houses along -its Adriatic coast. Greeley High Seniors Honored on Birthdays TUmona Stewart and Norm a Andersen, seniors at Greeley High school, were honored al a birthday suppct given by Mrs. Thomas Stewart, 1458 Ninth street. Miss Stewart celebrated'her eighteenth birthday and -Miss Andersen, her seventeenth. Following supper the group attended the- Greeley High basketball game. Those attending were Nina Andersen, · Joyce Bechthpld,. Marcia Channer, Francs F.ngel, B a r b a r a Groves, Barbara Johnson, Rosalie Kurtz, Barbara McKinley, Bclh Olsen. Janice Pulman, Margarert ncichhardl, Janet Sue iUcl:«*u30n, Judy Yv'illjon, Bonnie Hoffner and Doris Reicherl. Invited but unable lo allcnd were Marty Brown, LaVerle Darling, Ann Alartin, Danna Mason and Linda Shinogle. Johnstown... Ftitivt itltlng . · , Decor plaid tabltcloth and ·aty-dMi-lt.foil cflnNrpitc* arc drsigrwd by at«. Criu-cron cut foil «trh?s and plict on a dowtl for trtt. ffj-*-.*! .'-t · ; · -····-, Draperies .- "»nd' Shades ·· FREE ESTIMATES , CoMplctt D»pcr; inrl WMpw Shade Servic* PUCKERS 10?8 BifMh'Art. ;Ph. 100 .JOHNSTOWN -- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bakel are at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bakel waiting lor a clearance on a f a r m they arc moving to (or the coming year. Chrislmas party of the Forget- Mc-Not Garden club was held Monday at the Star room. The b a n q u c l (able was lovely with holiday greens and red tapers. A plaslic foam lisure nf a skater with red scarf, cap and mittens was used as the centerpiece. Miniature candles in a gumdrop holder were favors. For the program Mrs. Vern Tregoning read' the. Legend, of the Poinsettia. Carol Huwa .and Dick Churchwell sang Suddenly There Was a Villey and Winter Wonderland. Shela Tou-nscnd sang Oh Holy Night. Christmas carols were sung by Ihe group followed with a gift exchange. - - The Letford Mother* club of Ihe Lttford elementary school entertained the ieachers'at'a lea Tuef* day afternoon.-Seventy-five mothers were present. The -purpose of the. club .is to assist the teachers wilh schoolroom projects.' A freewill offering was.taken which was spent to buy 14 Chrislmas trees, one for each grade, schoolroom.' Each child may bring an ornament to decorate: They will take It home after the-Chrislmas .program. : Mrs. Oliver Swaney was made chairman of the group and Is lo serve six weeks'. There is to be one meeting during this period. . i There w'ac a discussion on buying. ar.cuTliin .for the stage in the auditorium.'- " . '· % * · Mrs.'Bill-Wails and -Mrs.;: Jo^n, ;.' Farmer, were ;the committee which introduced-the mothers arid .eachers, 'Mri. .Ruben J a c o h y - a n d Mrs. John Felix were in charge of the tea and .table decoration which .carried out in the holiday motif. · · nursery w»s provided for the smajl children ol Ihe visiting mothers with Mr*.. Waller in charge and'Mrs. Danny Hull assisting. Mri. Arnold B u r g e r - and Mrs. Arthur. Maeilas poured al the tea table. They were chosen as the mothers with the largest families represented al school.. Mr. and Mrs. H'arley. Tison h a v e sold their O. K. Rubber welding business in Johnstown ,to S. William Lee. The Tisons h a v e purchased a new home in. Thornton where Tison hi» work in the car- penler.ihnn. They expect lo move by Thursday. Mri. Bill Herler wai Hie hostess for Ihe Christmas party for the Kill Kare Kluh Wednesday afternoon. Seventeen members .answered roll call on Christmas ideas. The. secret sisters were revealed when. Sanla, Norman Carlson, presented gifts to each member. He also had present. »y VIVIAN BROWN AP Nowirorl.i Wrlttr Gifts for Ihe home are top favor- lei it Christmas. While you're about it don't forget your own coxy abode; Every homr. should have'a pretty table during the holidays -- cloth, centerpiece, candlesticks and 'other appointments -should lenrl a'fes- tive note. G i v e - a table' cloth to all the girls on. your lisl and include yourself in. Choose the rnin- deer-cavorting kind or one Christmas .tree motif .or. a that is gay for'buffet i a b l e ' a l i ' t h e with plairt ' round.. . f r i e n d l y hostess. deserves something from Santa's, pack Mrs. Stanley Smith. Entertains Sorority Mrs. Stanley Smith, 3 Beliir Lane, was hostess to Alpha Lambda chapter of Epslloo Sigma Alpha Thursday .evening.'. A Christmas party was held in the recreation room of the Smith home. The large table was covered yrith a festive ,whit« cloth wilh a poinsettia border. Centerpiece was a miniature sleigh pulled by six reindeer. A buffet supper was served'.to 23 members after which Mrs. Richard Bird, playing Saitta Claui, distributed the gifts, which, revealed secret pals. Jake Donaldson, Richard Bird, Ross Adamson, Ed Free-' myer and Edwin Bauer assisted Mri. Smilh with the' party. · Jan..5 meeting will be with Mrs. Roy Schmidt, 1601 Ninth street. Mrs. J. W. Miller will assist her. Mrs. Ann Johnson from. -Joslin's beauty aalon will be the- guest speaker. ' Mrs. Lewis Littler ' Is Guild Hostess . . , Mrs. D. Alvin Berg read a col. lection of short Christmas stories and poems entitled, Let Us Give Our, Gifts, as part of the program at., the meeting, of Trinity guild Thursday after.noon.Lat. the.home of Mrs. Levas Littler, 1940. Nineteenth avenue. ··'' i'-''',, ' .-' Mrs.- Enoch .Kirkpalrick'recited a poem, The First Christmas Gift, by Marion Doyle, aiJA Mrs.- William R. Kelly playHcarols the Littler's elec'tric^ftgan. Mrs. J. D. Heilrrian gave trie opening devotions. *·'' · ...,' - ; ."· ;.- ? ' . · The guild will hold ili'.iint meting of. the new year a t ' t h e home of Mrs. Robert -G.-- Smith: Mrs Grace Rollins ,and Mri',. Kirkpai ,, . , . , . . . rick will be co-hostesses: ' " Cocktail glasses, paper na.jkms, .- · -t- ·- '· .' canape pastes, cheese, cigarettes, _ , " : ' ' · : . ' always 'are Iwelcome. Any host Mt*C H ' n Tfiioi'ct'"·'· would r ehjoy -an.elaborate-present ·'*·*· $· -I-I. 1 · I UC1 ,l , . such as a handblown. -Venetian de- :anler with matching ash tray and :anape tray. . ; - '·· .· ,. Family sleepyheads might enjoy new clock with a joyful charm alarm'.- An elegant one has gold- color .numerals' "and trim.. Lazy T*ad merits a footstool and Mom a sewing or knitting 'box. Big Sis is all lor. a record player, no doubt. Even dish towels have unusual chic Ihis' year. . Sure fire. hits for any mechanic are. some brightly colored 'towels with gourmet de' signs.. One has'. French .culinary labels' imprinted .upon it, ' - Partu at Jacqbson.:'. . ; Home Follows Dinner ',] Following'dinper in : the, Rainbow room ot the.bamtield,hotel \Ved-. nesday evening, 16 members of Child Conservation 'league drove lo the home of Mrs. 1 Harry. Jacobson, 1508, Lakeside'drive,': for their annual Ch'.rjst.rjijs party.' exiihangea ."aroiind iVa-v ae'c'6fa|cd-an^-lighted''tree; . ·' Mr's,"Jac6bsor)'s daughter, Mrs. Barbara Kent,- played' two piano numbers! /Prelude by Chopin and Arabestiue by Deb'ussy, after which Mrs. H. E, Green read two Christmas . stories. They' were Christmas Fever by Ann* West and On the Side of the Angels by Forrest Roasird. Later in the evening the hostess served fruit cake ancl coffee after whic.h the league adjoiirried'for jh« holiday scnson. Next meeting will be on J a n . 11. ' . ' -· Grandmothers Meet for Turkey Dinner at Hotel Ten members of nrandniolhers club' met at the - C a m f i e l d ' 'hotel Wednesday for · a- turkey dinner, THOUGHT , for tODAYl "Wh«t 'veafer gift, can w e o f f e r the republic thin to teach and instruct cnir'youlh. . -'. , --Cicero And w h a t - b e t t e r gift can you gire . to your cTothex than qu»litT dry cleaning at « r n - aibl« Qiices. -We pick up nnd delir.r. Call ui.lodty: a lift for each, child ' . 7 5 ? : 7 t h Sf. Most of Argentina's large buildings 'still ire being.constructedi'of reinforced concrete rather than of structural steel, observers in ^Bueno's Aires r'eporl- N!c Selection of Room Lett of WALLPAPER Ruionafely Prlctrf MOFPAT Paint * Glass . 1115 8lh Ave. Ph. 311 Windsor ... WINDSOR -- / O n e of. 'the early -hrislmas'parlies-took place Tuesday 'evening 'when "the ''American Region . auxiliary held .the'.anhual Yulctide parly, in the'legion home :hifd fen'presenti'Ehtertain We hv§ CHRISTMAS CARDS eipecifllly for jiunii, uneTti, grxncfmii and jrardp**/ . . ..820. Ttnth -S(.^ ... Table was decorated wilh a Ch'rist- mas .centerpiece' and nut cups, furnished, by the president, Mrs Charles Loll Sr. . · After dinper the group" weft k the home of Mrs. Grace bameiz 1115 Cranford slree(, for the hiisi ness meeting and'Yule party. Mrs Lett read Christmas Once Is Chris! mas Stjll by 'Phillips Brooks!: Rol call was answered . with articles and poems on Christmas.'. Mrs.' . R o m a . Kendel, a , former member, was a guest, . ' .· The n o m i n a t i n g committee presented the following for 'new officers: Mrs.'V.'Timothy, president; Mrs. Maude Fine, vice president; Mrs, namctz, secretary; and 1 Mrs. Mary Oliver, treasurer. A birthday gift was prcscnled Mrs. Darnel? her secret sister and Ihe. birthday of Mrs. Ken;'vl was recognized. The club will send flowers to Mri. Alia Johnson, former member, who Is ill at the iome of her daughter, Mrs. Price Hopkins'. . . After a glfi exchange, Ihe grandmothers adjourned until Jan. 11. A A U W Child Guldino. grou? !i h a v i n g - a family Chrislmas pally ment consisted of · a reading 'by Mary Anna Yauk';'-two' vocal'sp- 6s, Mrs. Ixiry Ferguspn, selectlqns ly^the high school woodwind.'trip, ilenerilia'Hankie, J l u t h ' L a m b ' a r i d Donna .Brunner; and Christmas carols, Mrs.' June Buchanan and Mrs.' Virginia' Casten had charge of the' gifts.'Sinti appeared .to de- ight'the little.folk'. Each child/was presented a gift from Santa. and s' bocjk'from' the auxiliary. Ah'ex- change of gilts among I h e ' a d u l t s was also' a featurt of the evening's activity. Officers of the auxiliary were hostesses. .Mrs. .Carl Besel a'nd Mrs. Lulu May presided at the lea table decorated with Yuletide arrangements. ' ' Th'c auxiliary n^w| has 88 : of the 96 quota in me'rrtbershlp. . P a s t ' P r e s i d e n t s o f / t h e Windsor Woman's clubs' were honored at the m e e t i n g ^ h c l d ^ in the. Community room Tiief,daV afternoon..'.In- vitntions'-.verc extended (9'all who h a d . s e r v e d throughout Ihe years. Is Group Hostess' · Group VI of Park Cmgregationa church:heW its Christmas mtetinf at the home of Mri. H, F. Fliers 1S25- Glenmere i boulevard, i Thurs day afternoon. Assisting ,'with th serving of i.salad luncheon wer Mrs. Roy^V. Smith, .Mrs. ,W. R Barber and Mrs. O. G. Edwards Mrs. Edwards gave :devotions reading 1 .the Legend-, of 'the-Firs Christmas Tree; . . , '.·' , : -. . In the absence of Mrs. -Alber Clough, fhairman,-- Mra;--Harle Bennett, vice chairman, preside at the business 'meeting. y.'-\ - · · Mrs. Elmer Royer reviewed, th last chapters of The Book,' B y ' M Side, by Albert Williams, ^ w h i c lh« group has studied this'yeaV Mrs. Royer praised the Epistle for .their literary value and otres of faith. She said: "They a r e i a yaluablt-historMaHy' for.St. i?ij was a splehdid- 1 writer of proae *B a great poel." . . j .' ',";," Mrs. Fuerat. played three qrga selections, Be At Peaw^by, ijete Marshall; Cradle Song, Brahms and The Sweetest Story F,v'er Tok Stults. The' group joined in iinjui carols.' ·members . welcomed wer Those responding ' included . Mrs. Bertha. Peterson, . Fort Cp'liini; Mrs. B. j. Becker arid Mrs. P. M. Grissinee'r, John'stqwri; Mrs, A. f. Adcock',. Mrs. 'Paul Keller, Mrs. Carl.Hurich and Mrs. John Edrhis- ton, Gfeer.ey; Mrs. Haftie Pudley, Mrs, Roljort W. Walker, Mrs. Har- old'Swa^so'n 'and Mrs, Dpraj-'Jet- f e r s . ' E a c h of the'honored jiiests was presented a Christmas' .cor sage. .. - , ' . ' ' . . . ' QUALITY GROCERIES Meats·-- Vegetables -^- Pastries -- Candies Cigarettes-^-School CHRISTMAS TREES, all sizes . 7.5c and · A rariely of Christ ma.? tree dttorations. Hourt: Weikdiyi, 7 iTm. to J p.m.; Sundayi, 7 a.m.'to 7:30 : Under Neir. Management--Mrs. Anjela Kiiblck · : · VICTORY GROCERY STORE ' " · · . . . - · ' ' MM Eijhth Aytnut ; . . .. '. '. T u e s d a y - e v e n i n g at 7 o'clock t h e . A m e r i c a n Legion home. I N , M - E M O R I A M PETERSON' In loving memory nt our near mother and grandmother, A n n a Peterson, »-ho lelt us 2 y?ars ago today. In our home she fs fondly re,. luembered,'. Sreet memories rling to her - name. Those who loved her In life iin. .- cerely, Still lov« h«r in death j u s t th« · ' «anie. , ; . ; Sadly missed byher children ·and irandcolldrtn. Mrs. Edmislon gav« a-review.of the book, The Form ' Divine by Hildegrade nelson, Betty Mallonee, field director of the Mountain and Prairie Girl Scout' council, gave a (all: on.Girl Scout"work and obligations of (he sponsors. She was introduced by Hatlie Dudley. Christmas enrols were sung. ' Mrs. Lester Biederman, presi- dejl of the club, was in charge of thi refreshment table, attractive i;i a Christmas motif. Hoitenes *.v£re Anna Winter, Mrs. Biedecman and Mrs. Edward Hftmmerle. Complimenting Mrs. S i g n e Grecnwald and Mrs. Sylva Walter, both of whom ' celebrated ' Iheir birthdays Dec. J3, a get-lo-gether of a few Irirnds look place at Ihe .Windsor diner arid creamery. Two birthday cakes were cut and served with coffee.- Present besides the guests of honor* were: Aima Man- wcikr, Belly Branch, Kay Smilh, Mrs. Chris Lohry, Mrs; Lorraine Wilson, Lydia Morey, Mrs. Edith Garber and Mrs. Darleen Gergley. Windsor Lions club room at the Slar-Lile cafe on Main street was the. scene -of Ladies night parly Tuesday evening. Clarence Curry, a rancher at Livermore,' who had m a d e , several trips to Africa and other places of interest to big same hunters, gave | talk illustrated wilh pictures of the. places visited. Many specimens of big f a m e are to be seen,in the-home of Curry. G. 1. Richards thru the assistance of Paul Sandera arranged the program.' . . . ; . . . " . - . -.· -. .- :Dcraald Nelson, a-student «t tte John Brown uisivtnity 1 at' Siloam Mrs, -A. O. Colvin; Mrs/ Bruce' Cor belt, - Mri! T. C.' Brpwin and Mr T.-K. Owen. .-' .- "-· · .'·- ; Mra.' E. I. Stott i»i!l enterta the group Jan.- IB: : · ; ' Christmas Party Held at A. P.Honsteinifqme .Sixteen members of.Ripson Sc cial'ctub' gathered at.'the hbm'e Mrs. A. P. Honst*ir( In Evans'Wet nes'day afternoon for : a 'Christm party.-Mr«. r Walter ; Ward was e Hostets. ' · " ' ' ' --.' ' - : - - . . A humorous version 1 of-The Nig before Christinas was read by Mr Clyde' Cunningham- to open 11 program. Mri. R.'J ; Heckaft ga a Christmas wisW Mri. L.'D/Ha played Santa - Clau.i-for -the d tributinn .of sjilts when secret ten were revealed. ·The'noiless were ' assisted ' in' aervihf hc4id rkfreihments by Mrs. Luke Store A ahort busin«is' meeting -w cwidueted by Mra; Bertha La-Veil who turned over-tin gavel : td t newly elecled preiident, M».*Ro e'rt Shawhan! She appointed H Ray Leadbetter ai''head ot I courtesy committee and Mrs. V let Klder, Mra. Dick Armitrcwj! a Mrs: Ward to prepare books. the yea rifts for Homes Hit Spot ly VIVIAN MOWN AP Ntwf«atyrt Wrlitr. When in doubt, give that lovely duple something for 1 the home.;' '; More~empha"sli',is In home acce's-. Dries this.year,-,with novelty hos- ss gifts and food specialties be' g among the'most welcome'p'res- t t!.'. ' ' ? ' ' . ' , '", · , . . . , , ' ' Take your choice of gills, from ic«i[Jo braces of pheasants for urmet friends, .Little crocks o^ leese . ila'yoretf.. , w i t h ' sherry, ahdy.p'r' port' are:id.eal holiday membrarice's.. - . ' · ' [ ' · ' ' ' , v ' Or mike, up'..a' pa.ckage'of. yqur wn choosing,.'.A French, s .a 1 .a il slt'" an',ideal L container to ild'(Impn^'stuffed, olive's.,;^ Ijox cocktail 'iya'e'r wafers,' spreads h a m , o r Jivei: pale.. Fish' balls, us^ek' and' smorgasbord' items ight be iddc'd. WeU-heeied lypes uld include caviar or \pate''de is graj,.'.^ ' ' .; ' '. .'·.' "" A stri.w basket that'may,.be. us«l ter for sewing o'r'.haridb'ag^co^- ins,. fasty',canned ,'impot· (,ed' sar- nes and kippers.'Buy it pack.ageVi make up your own., basket..'" Jars of chutney /or. curry lovers., ckied wajnuts. for ganie..eateri, ates...and. .figs - f o r emergency elves ,"are- .worth,. a place in ante's .pack;; 1 A box-of salted nuls r after dinner-minis is a thought^ 1 slocking stuffer.for jour -holi- ay hostess.. ·.....' .. . t - fc .. The .party Cook- in -your hoi ,e light enjoy a chef's hat and--apron i look;-the · part, jam of spices r perhaps a new, spice .set. - One easoner -set comes in b l u e , . p i n k nd sand ceramic wilh. bUck.itrim pepper mjll a n d . salt shaker is ccompa.nied by two matchiqg.herl rs .Ihal Ihe cook-can label her elf from labels in the package: Smarl\ and . colorful new .dish owels- m a k e .handsome;.present or the lady of th'e- house. Oni ourmet group, comes -in a - w i d e ange of colors with, patterns o Drench/inspiration. A set ot'bai ecue-. implements, will - fascinal le-outdoor :chef. Cookbooks, ar t a n - a l l - t i m e - h i g h in popularity nd-not just because more people an read. ,- ; .-·· Dem'itasse-cups are sure - /ire avorites with-enlertainihg'ladies The after-dinner smoker will we! ome a box of'cigars with gus'to "ven 'a token gift of a few wi! ilease him.- Fancy' paper napkins ilace mats^unusual candles, as rays, 'coasters 1 are some o f . t h ifts'that ring a bell. · ' · -The right remembrance Ms" ayai! ble for the borne. Just decide wha twy'd like a'nd how nv ?h you cai (ford. " : " ' · ' : · ' '' ' ' : School Meriw Menus for, the ' Greeley public school's lunchrooms. for t h e ' week of Dec. 19: . I'-'''·'·'·'!:·" ". Monday: Toasted .cheese »and- wiches; escalloped potatoes; oranf-- ed beets; Italian'.prune pKimi; milk. , -., ., . , - , . , : i : ' r . - ' i ' i - O " , : . Tuesday: Hamburgers ' on' bu« with dill .relish; creamed potato**; shredded lettuce and peach salad; whipped jellb with · topping,' milk.. [--/.'Wednesday: _Baked turkey pie; creamed ·· peas; Chrlitmu lalad; bread, butter; pumpkin pie wjthv-' cream;:'chocolate' milk. ?.".".' Thursday: chili,: crackersj ,'iai-".. n.airion' rolls, buiicr; (vegetable-'s a l a d ' * se'cciVdary· schools; -fresh'- oranges; milk. . , ; ' .^ Friday: No school. · v . ' ' ' ! ' ,; Chocolate : milk'.' Is.-'served -but once each week in the'eleiienta'rik schools and may not always be'oflt! dale designated on the printed jnenu.'There is'always plain milk for: those who prefer i t . ' - ' ' ·- : -. · Disagreed Degrees ' '·';' BELLVILLE, Tex. I* --'-Frank--; ZeiBke, .ediiof of the Bellvlllt '. Times, noticed a display of thre«- , thermometers in 's. :store. They' ( were side, by t side. One 'recorded- the temperature at 12 degrees,'OM . 70. and the.other to. · .'.. ,', Scaion«r'.S«t '. -. .. In' Mts of fMjr/'it c*mas with-p*pp«r'mill, salt ihak»r and two h«rb Jan. HoiUn Gift . . . "6«'ik«t wlHi arm*d strdintt m»y b« pr«p»r d or bought eeinpktt. J TV Christmas Party Held at Kunef'ScJiGplhouse..'- ·'· Twenty-fpijr" members 'and ; -phe gueft.' Mrs." Ha'rbfd Crp|ss'a'nt, 'were irese'ni" "when . kuher" circle' met [Tiursday .at !tb« schoolhouse'-^or heir Chrirtmis party. ...i-' ,.-: ~ t Meeting .* Was ··opened' 1 --With- -the [roup-singing'carbls and-repealing he Lord's Prayer. Two articles pertaining to Christmas were read.' Circle will serve lunch at the Sol Schlagel sale'De'c. 21. H"will also serve at' the -John .Schmidt, sale Jan. 17. Committee 'in charge Mesdames Wallace Rulhe,..Alfred Peters, Roy Rothe, John Hoff.and Paul Kerbs. . . - . ; ' . _ · Since. Mrs;- Jake . Krieg'er ."-hVs moved to Greeley, Mrs. Glen Deppe was appointed fifth and sixth grade room mother. . . :'....;;. Election o nffiqerj wis;hekl with the following -, chps«n . I»6: ' The cluh adjourned linlil-Jt'n. 1 when Mrs, Lead better, will bt hostess at her home an ·.Twentieth street road. .. .\ '· .-, ' . - · - - . · . Legion Alixiliary....·'.'.·'-''_· at Hot fit al Gift Shop · . ' .:... _. . T . - ·. Seven members of the 1 American Legion auxiliary were in'Denver Tuesday hdping at the*AW hospital gift shop. The auxiliaiy' contributed U to the ihop:fund,' as well *s providing Kveral t'i'l'i Htmi. ' , *,',.':.- ', " The- women wrapped.· gifts 'and helped the patients select presents for their families. ' i : :_' . |. Making the trip wera Mri.'Lewis Dorsey, auniliiry president, Mrs. Clarence Murch, department child welfar* .co-chairman, Mrs. Faye Berg, Mrs. Ed munity service Rcoenberg, chairman, corn- Mrs; Lorene Croissant,. presidentf'.Mrji. Lucille 'Odle, 'viee l preident;" 1 Ml i s. Nor ma ,'siebring', Hcreta.ry;, and Mrs. Connie Bihain, freasurer.;';... Circle.''wfU have y :ils annual covered dish supper 'Jan. » :.a't 8:30 p.m. Committee in charge is Mesdames Conrad Snyder, Don Bihain, Frank IhieU and John R e i n . y ' Roll call was a gift exchange. Mrs. Odle received the hostess gift, Uhriehs Surprised with HouseuHtrming Mr., and 'Mr,t. ; "Ray'ilh'rich- tere given a':..surprise- housewa'rmin'g this week at their new residence at 3010 High drive," The affair wai also a'surprise birthday part/'fpi Mrs". Uh'ricK The Uhrlchi recent ly moved, from a ?a'r'm. w e s t ' o Greeley. " '. ; ·, The parly was,a group of friends''and - t Tclalives,-·-who brought'a gift foV'the new honie Refreshments and a.birthday cake Those.present were Messrs. »,nc Mesdames; - Jim-. iCummins, ^Ear Brown,:Wallaee Roberts, Bert Ra: mussen .and -Roderick- -. n McLeoc Linda .aiid Elliott, Mr:'"Ernmett Ru'msey 'a'nd Mrs.-Ada Slcphens.'.' Elena's FacTlifted- MADRID,. Spain . !/n -- Dr. .1. Daniel Sho'rell, a Miami Beach, Fla , p)astie surgeon,'said Friday he performed 'a face-lifting .operation Monday on Elena Lupescu, 57, wid«if 'of King Card flf.Ro- m'anit. The operation, in .Lisbon, was the second he has perforrned for her, he said. % Eva Balky,' Mrs. William' Spaedt and'Mrs. Ben Narfziger'ef Denver, a member^of the Greeley auxiliiry. Springs, Ark., will arrive home Sunday to-spend a three weeks' vacation. He will accompany another student to La Junta. ' ;,'· -Robert Swansoo ol Severance underwent major 1 wrgtry In St. Joftph'i Kotpital at Denver Tuei- day! H« ·· rcpnrttd'-'tii'IM doing well but will be in .the kotjMla! ua til after Chriitmai. \ SERVICE CALLS: ALL MAKES . ' DAY OR NICHT '. .-'- ' - Ph. 415« · .'·· -',. Century ' Radio »nd TeleViaioii, Ph. 415S'.- · '625 8lh AT«. Ridlo Repair and TV Rantall ' Mamber of Rocky Mountain ; '.Radio and Television . -t . . 'Tethrilcla'na.'lnc.- . '. : ' : A Decade Ago -;'' btciirnb*/ y, ]W;., 'l Mrs. Roy.'Briggs was', elecled 'resident of..the Baptist church luaintance eliib Tuesday 'evening. ,ee Wjes,t js .vice president., a'nd ITS.. Murial, Boise,'..scretaryrtrea- urer.' . - · ' . . . j ' .Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Benul, Dr. .nd Mrs. N. E. Andrews and Mrs. tarie Bunny were in Fort Collins Saturday a t t e n d - a diner s of the.Larimer County Chiro- raclic Burdorf's ea room. , ' . . ' '. -·Mrs. ; Lqie Streeder. was. elecled 5rac_le. of JJoyal Neighbors Thursday evening when members. met I the KP'hali. . , ' .: . . ' . . - After 41 months service in the army medical corps, Major-Dor.n jr. Barber has returned, to civilian ife and resumed, his- former association in the. practice'of medicine, wi'th'.pr. N, A! Madler. . New members .of.?ark Corigre- Rational church, who were taken into the fellowship this month,.are Mr. .and J{rs.. AlIen.-.T. .Bruhaker Dr. .and -Mrs. .William. Dunn, .Mr. and Mrs. H. D.. Ninemires,. Mr. and. Mjs.. Archie Bickling, .Archie Jr., .Donna . L a . , R u e - a n d -Myrna Marlene Bickling and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.. Moody.' .- . : - ' -, .', Iran's' Nationar Boy "Scoiils are buying S? musical inifrumerits to start a band.' ' " ' ' · ' ' ' . ' · Six prescription chemiits to serve you at' your friendly REXALL slores.- "S4H" stamps at. Gilbert- BisKop" and Weldorado Drugs.-Adv. - ''.' ' ' " ' - ' Somethinc for for -And' ' ·: : - ;'·" Always Something Special . . for the -'-..'' . KIDDIES,'.,. TONIGHT · : FOR HEALTH '· Dr. SchNBiaclwr · and eviry . 'ril Chrittm** GREELtY HARDWARE FRANK'S ; S««d and Hatcher)' Christmas Wrapped Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Pouches, Magazine Subs., Humidors and Pipe Racks, ; J: WOODY'S CIGAR STORE' 82610thS(. : . " . , . ' . ' - : \: : ' ' EVENINGS 'TIL.Voe.P.M.. - Alt'radio, and television t«U wtar,-- regardteai ' ef- t h.t 1 r.'excellence^''-: ...Havlng~us test and re^ 1 "·tort'-your- »ef to"lti orl 8 ln.l fini tondlllen '' will nr.t «len« IncreaM your, (njoymint,. iut. 11 will al» MV mar . rtpclrs later. . HOLMES feADIO ^/TELEVISION f K l O C K S D O - H O » C O u P T

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