Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 17, 1955 · Page 3
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Is Bricle^Blect -N : . ' : . ' . . .V.--. " ^ . - . - ' . ' · ' - . ' : .,Engagement, ot.- Miss -Marljane Lind'-to'. Rampy C.' Moore is an- Bounced by- her;parcnls, Mr. /and Mrs..;.William, W. ; Lihd, of 2401 Fifteenth avenue, recently of north'- west! of. Greeley. Moore is the son of Mrs. 'Anila Moore, of .1511.tenth ·venue, and ihe late W. Carl Moore. Wedding plans are indefinite. ' Miss Lind is a. 1950, graduate of Greeley High'!school-and for the pasl'.-nine; months has been .employed" at t h e ' Wheeler, agency, where her fiance.is property! man-, ager. She had her training in business at ,'CSCE. Her .'affiliations.'in- clude'Natio'nal Secretaries association. . ''.":" '·:· \ '· · ' -.Moore was graduated from Greeley High kch'ool'in 1948, He attended Uniye.rsUy of Colorado for three years* before serving .two years in the army.'He hadI 17 months' duly in Korea. After his discharge from cervice, he attended CoIora'do'AsVM college.for two years'; He has been associaledwith the Wheeler Agency since AugustVHe .is .a-member of the^CU chapter bf Delta tau Delia fraternity, '.th'e ".'American Legion, Karly ."·Ris^rs-.'Toa'slm'asters - club and' Jaycees/". 1 !".';."' · · · ' . 'Society Calendars · MONDAY-^ , .-;...-.... . , -.. '· ·' Greeiey'.~'Garden' club/ annual '.Christinas'party,^ Mr. : and Mrs. Lacy Wilkinson,' 1 : 3 0 . ' . · - ' "' . Worthwhile .Workers HD" club, Mrs'. Dick McKe'e, 7:30;'installation 1 ' of officers;', secret' pals /revealed:' : L'. -: .-' - ' '. Maplewbod', ; -PT A, - t c h ' o o l , · 'theme, 1 'Character and' Spirilual Values, 'candy sale. . i GM club, Mrs. Hugh N. Anderson, 1508 Ninlh a ' v e n u e ; · Chrislmas diqner, 6:00.. - · . .' :i Arlington PTA, school, pro. gram by students. - ' , !, Sigma Upsilpn alumnae, annual Christmas dinner parly, .Mrs.'Cyril Lysle'r, Pleasant Val- ·ley, 6:30 · . . . . ' . ' , =-· Chapter EC, PEG, Mrs. Carl j Elmbladc, 17(15 Fourteenth street, '·- VFW auxiliary, hospital party .at Fitz-simons. Park Church Brotherhood, din' her, '6:30; Dr ; Leon Grubaugh '.speaker; special guests,.Al Lan- drijh; chairman of Colorado ;Lay- · men's fellowship.'"'" "'-" i TUESDAY-! AAUW Child Guidance-group, \ family. Christmas party, Ameri' can Legion hall, .7:00. : ; Pleasant Valley HD club, Mrs 'Bill Miller;; northeast- al: Gree ley, Christmas-party, 1:45. ' DAR,' ·Mrs.'f'E.i B. Hepp, 1429 : Fourteenth street, 2:30. 4 X-Ettes, Chrislmas parly, Mrs A, C. Stoneman, 1524 Fourteenth street; in lieu of''gift'exchange ;«ach'member to donate $1 for :' needy family, 7:30. ' I VFW auxiliary, cancer sewing j Mrs. Tom Squibb, 2437 .Thirteenth .' avenue, 1:30. , · ' . ' . · ' ' · H i a w a t h a council No. 39, De ' gree ot Pqcahontas.'pot luck sup 1 per, KP hall, 6:30; gilt.exchange : . Phi Gamma! Epsilon, dinner ·Crystal room of Camfield, 6:15 i party at home of Ethelyne Khin · ; Townsend club No.-5, dinner i electric lounge, 6:30. 1 Tourist club, annual Christma: · !tea, Mrs. O. S.'Herdman, 3 Res .trvoir road, 2:00; gift exchange ' Thela chapler, Bela Sigma ^Phi, members ;.f wrap gifts fo i Crippled Childern's parly, Elk 'home, 7:00. · ·'·- ' -: , i Group- 7, First Presbyterian [ church, - Mrs."' Bill Monk,-' 222C : Ninth '"avenue; '.Mrs. Franci = Christiansen arid Mrs. Joe Shoe ! maker assisting, 7:30. .'.Bowling Leagues Have Joint Holiday Party '. Members of the Women's Majo Bowling .league and the Greele Ladies Bowling league gathered'a the home.of Miss Dorothy Martir Thursday evening f o r ' a combine .. Christmas parly in the large'ree realion rqom_of her. home ,al 171 Fifleenth'slreet!' : - ' ' i After a . carol sing. Miss .Haz. ' Johnson" gave her popular'p'rograi on the early history of WeW'coun ty.,She jflustrated-her talk wit .'color slides.:. - . . - . . '. · ; The evening was concluded .wil a gilt exchange and refreshmen served by 'Mesdames Dorolh Hatch, Malvie. Weirinie.isler, Phy )is Cockrielv'rtarth'a Norris »n Francs Dumler and Miss Wilm Echnell.; ' "''' ' ·' , ·,- V : Chloiroforrri in Pen . . Kidnaping has .become a. m'or, crime in Karachi, Pakistan capital/ This was stressed recen ly when « in an-.was caught tryin to kidnap a five year old boy Th would -' be kicfnaper had in h pocket-a--fountain.pen filled wi chlireform,-police reporte'd. ' PLEASE, PLIEASE' try to place all popcorn .".ball an Chrislmas 'mint' orders by. De 21sl, so thai we of Ptler'a.Popco won't ^be: too'-/'Pooped 'to'.Pop Chriff.mas'_bi^!^--Adv;.- (.. f^- * % ' ' ~~'~j ~--*_- * ' ^ j j ^ _ : _. j W ·w#. S TM, v"*«-'*^*^? *? ·t niir\friifit^ Rfiiil.l »ti ri.W.«la1«ra' i» Mirliarw Lforf : htr«Hwi p Ramen C., M«»r«. Ph«Nl' by · rllik" Studio..·; ,!.;.. : .".: Ibliday jMeetiiigsi Ie]4\i^jGircl(e?';"vy Christmas* meetiiif of the circles the ;Firit : PresbrteVian church ·ere heW^thii.w«k'«:'Wi',w»:S ' Ckck I wi ontwrtilfiMl k-y Mn. ,W. Lucai, 1J02 Eighth street. e .w»i auisted by ,Mr«. Norya) indi, .Mrs. John .Chilmt'ri and rs.fRu'th,W.alk'«r in'servini'a 1:30 clock dfi'Mrt! !.· ."'.',' '... ',-.',/':'; Eighteea.'., mcmberi;/ a^nd -! two li.fets, Mrs! Harold Poke and Mrs. alter Shroycr,./were 'present. mnty-iix calU, were reported.{' Mri/Wllilam Brydon Sr. give de- otioni : on' ' Mee'tinf '(he . Milter. rs. .Mqllw.E. Kitts related the ie'nd !of Christmaj. Mri.. Hlndi a'ng'Xl the Cradle -of Jejus'anrt How a Rosei Ii Blooming" She so led the group in' singing of arolj.! Mrs. Frank Wilts was ;lhe ccomp'anist.'T ..;'.!,;'...v - .^, ^ ^ A ' while elephant auction r y onducted by Mrs. Hindi.-Proceects ill go,to^ the .church carpet fiind, a es =; · , ; ' l .''-i 't\: -,-.!;;;·-·- Ltter|(l: 'Dinner, ·£* Jaycee-Ette's" enjoyed ''«'· Christr as turkey .dinner '-at 'the' 'Tea ouse Thursday ~ evening. Ho.s- sses were : Mrs.' l JaciciAllnutt and rs. Vern Hudson..' ...-··"·.· · : ''·-.-' Mrs. ; BilIStewtrt,-pfe'sident,'w(i- med the'22 members ahd'gue'stil le prayer^ was off e'r'edj by . Mrs/ un Melody, chaplain; '/:·.', . ^ \ : Guests were Mesdames Richard ale, V. 'Witten-and'M»rk Goold.' Christmas gifts we're' exchanged ew membership bridge begins the cond weex of. January.. Mrs! Don eck, layette chairman, reporter .urgent, need for baby clothing Mrs. Bob Pukish was th'anVed id will, receive, a gift 'for' selling e most Christmas' ; cards ..this :ar. This U, an: annual project..: Jaycee. and -. Jaycee-Ette. -dance ill be; held .Thursday .evening al o'clock ' a t the '-'Country ciub veryone is 'urged, to' attend! Mrs. 'Stcwart~ wished each one a erry , Christmas and ' happy' new : - · --'."y .'"'.: " :"· · .j eri of ?the evening, was lent "playin'g -cards: 'Mrs! ; Stan eson-.wdn -high .al bridge.vMrs rlo Kolunda'high;«t cimasU'ane rs. 'Johin-Whitten.'-.the traveling 'ize. 7;-; j :.' I'.;:- \-. ·,*',;} '· · Auli Social Calendar ONDAY-- · ;' ... Farmer's Union, library; elec tion of officers.- · '" · ' · UESDAY--, --'. '- - ; - ' . · - . .:..'.. ', ·'· ·West side.','club, ' Christmai parly, Mrs. E.'-H. Blehm. 'EDNESDAY^.;.'-;.." Aull Wo man's ; club, Mrs. Fre Hoopa. : .'·';'·;.''..'.; : ' . - ' , - · Friendly Needle circle, 'smpr gasbord ' for'?. husbands; Mrs Bannon, hostess!.'.. HURSDAY--' ' . . Fortnightly, Mr, and. Mrs. B Jacobsen. : ' ' . ' ' '' .-' Chapter BE^PEQHa* r iile Party Friday ';. Th'e hoim'e of Mrs. A. F. RMve r. 1808 Fifteenth avenue, was .th cene of the annual Chmtmas'par f of chapter BE of PEO. Mrs. Jacl layton.and Mrs! Hugh H. Aniol rere 'co-hostesses! After 'the. regular business' ses on.'Mrs. Edward'Finn! read tbrei hrislmas. slories/ Several-'season 1 violin selections were played b Irs. W. H! Behloh. . : Mrs. Arnol nd Mrs. E. S. Royer sarig O.Hol ight : and Silent. Night. ·'. /- .' Refreshments we're. served .froi beautifully: appointed tea .'tab! olio wing the' program. :.. : Mrs. Arthur D. Molnat.was. ;uest of the chapter. :. ' : ' Next"rrieeting will be with Mrs L. E. Opdyke, 1215 Eleventh.jtree an.' 6.. Co-hoslesses f o r ; . t h e \ 'clock luncheon will,be : Mrs.-Ra m'on.'B. Handy and-Mrs. Rober Gilbert.' ' ' '."-." ' ; V Teddy Bear ;.. A teddy, bear with a differehc iffers to kill irisomnia in Britain t is the "slumbermatic." A-cmi xx containing a miniature hu man .'lung u machine- Enables to eddy bear .'to breathe at the no mal. adult»te 'of · io'to" n brealh a rmnule!''When, it,it held clos his'slow rhythmic breathing «i( he brain to slow down the user breathing rate!-It'also helps,;I] body to relax,'says" its inveato For grownups who dislike cuddlin a teddy bear there's a special pa which' achieves .the same/Vrtsul when held close to the face ;; -' . nd Iwo.gueits, MrJ v ,Me'.;Ie"-A)kn nd . MfsV .'A. J, Grapes, [enjoyed 'covered dish' luncheon" in' the Kme of Mrs, .ThoJnis-JCuiickrlWl welfth ayeDut! Mrs. Stinley Leaf- ren twas [aj'sistant" htttteU/' Mrs. arfie Wilson asked the MeiSing." Mrs. Grace Dirnett,' chIrmin, lened'the meeting;with the read- ng, The Chruimts,Crown. 'Sixty- wo calls:were reported.;Mri! Wilam : Stark, hid the .Bit:-:, itudy sson taken from Hebrews 13. .The roup.. participated -.- in answering uestions. '-Mrs.. Laurence 'Burley xplimed .the tabernacle mention- through the study of Hebrews. Mrs,-A.-J. Bistline gave the pro:am' showing 'slides'of Christmas ustom's and Christmas' in- Bethle- em!; During', the showing of the Jethlehem slides,' circle members pined in-singing It Carae-ypon r a Midnight Clear. At the conclusion f the slides they sang Joy To UM orld^Mus Anna.Ljmin was ic- mpaDJstr- ;. i / · / : ' \ \-y , ^^ .Following the' biisiness'~meetinf Mrs. Dameti 'presented. Chrtdm'as orsages to the.officers and to the ommittee -chairman; who served ·ifh her during the year." ··'··· Miss Antoinette Guiraud .;read ronvthe' Ye'arbVjok which-' remem e'red . ·' missionarMS serving -.· Jn raq'-and the synod of California Circl* 3 h*t*» %· Mr. Henry teinnurx, 1504 Lakeside 'drive Mrs.;E, -R. Force, assisted-'her! in serving : a · 1:30 o'cloelc.'dejsert to ic 12 member's. 1 Nineteen .calls, re Mrted made during the nionth:; Mrs. Roy Biiidle, chairman, open ed the'meeting''with'', a Christ las'poem. The group 'repeated it nisoh the'last verse of Little Towi I Bethlehem. Mn: H/W. Bataton read frb't. the Yearbook and lav he 'prayer-' for' miiuonariet!. 1 · , Mil..Homer Cushmah,jprogra'm chairmaa,;.presented,,- Mrs.!. Free' "tecle-who told the'itoiry of. Mar nd" Joseph, 'with .m'usicaj.r.acco.m janiment.b'y.-.Mrs/ Biddle.",-. . /,':. ''Mrs.'" WilHarit OIWitaM. .111 Twentieth itreet, entertained meH v ; o f ' Circle .4.' Mrs'.''Ethel Ben . .. -. 1 '. "if Rbeni'' L«i«',of , : -;' . ALLPAPER f GU«r 1115 ilh -Ayt. : · :' '· Ph. 'J14' At.-UrKj.il, Chriilmu It fore-we ;rfi*Hxe : It.^Youj. ·till hmT«' »ome ."liArd-iLO nime»' :on your, v triiopptnx'' I tit. Wbjr : not j fttop In' And let us J do the TrorrylDK ' for you 7 1 " We'r« tare', we t»n he]p ;you corn* up with · some lugge'stioca-tlifct'w be gift-' hil8. : Kodak 1 film-- «B cUjly color film- 1 -)! alwayk f jr come . ", , J-leni attachment^. carrying f c««; for t)id'i cam'trii ;.;.-. a camera for Junlc*,. -. '. a illde-fite .' v . : ....a iillde projector - anyone ^ ^ 'camera. * Vei, Indeed . .'. 1f yod.haVen't done- your'' Chrlitraa*' ihoppla't 1 sarly ," : picture t .and .picturi-mak- 'ing, aids 'may.- tolre : your ( : last* minute v Rift . prpbiema. ·.. · We're open; until 8 p.n..ionlKht aod all next week. . '- - '-. " ' WILSON and i.' · f l : a » h '' ' ' ' ' ' ' "Greeley '» Photographic f ,'; -Headquarters" '"' . ... ' f ' ; 15X3 8th" Art.'/ ''·-. Conikte Body anf Feritr lepfit " ' " - Or, Wirt .lntra-HM - Thei meeting closed "with'!rfr"s!;'J, Bas'se'lt reading from.the Year-' *'.*.·;."=!("·',-;/''*· ' ; ^-;\-'.y/ : ,^ :ircl«'!5'-'.clkl'.riol' mWt/'dy'rini )«cembcf.\·'.',-''' '',''',' -'·'''····',·'-'·'-·' Fift»m mirnbrrV of Cirtlo 'ind ree",'guesU,. Mrs.''·'Merle' Allen,- rs7 E; T3\:"CamEbell^and JIrs.·', W. Quirk'',, enjoyed' V 8; M '-a, fn., cof-, e s.ervcd.. jn;'the! home of .Mrs. OJ-, 5ihrriidtf^i'60i -' ?\! nth ''·_ s I feet. rcle.oHicefs jvere loste's'scs. Mrs! len gave .the! devotions:- ',,-. .CI re U 7 It m««tinj ; bJTc. »..., CiVcTo I dM net mMt'^urViiig'-'b» mber!- % ···:·'·,.- v-% '-\ /:;·':';'· ..'. SB'THE TRIBUNE .WANT ADS MI a i s isted.! !n L : iefvinj' dessert lp members; ; ~'??V \ '· ^'-:'-;' 4 :, Nineteen ·;· calls .'wereVreporlcd, rs.-Oafrij Schnorr give ine'Bibte udyj'lesson. w'Mrs.;'. : ,Doti.'-Stewart esented. the .program which' con- iled'of Christmas piemVind'car'-' 5 i n i n ! b . h ' r ' . " ; , r - ' . ' " - ... : .Yu!« Party »A«iKfa'y . , . , ; ; ' . v '. The SO.boys^ahd'girls in' p Crow' jCrcck 4-H club -will . h a v e ' a .Chrislmas ;· party" rMondayVeye- ·nlng at the Stow Witwer.nom* on the' ; SLW TancK.' Supper'/wlir ' :|Some; Indiani'i-Stitei'/ih'ave'^lndi- cated - theyVwill', notygc/'. ajorig' with the . ppvernmerif's: plan 1 ; for'^total prohibilioh'.unless ithe'CGoverriment ,will · ni ake'. up 1 Ihet loVs ;· ln\revenuo which -'prohibition .'would rcausei ' r ': '\-\: : ''- ',.· . '' Xl tfSXi' : - S i x pr«icrl(rtion cntmlttt to iMrvo you at',y«ir,''frkiidly .Roxallidrysi' iffro. Gin»rt.Bithop aiid')WotoV rodo Drufls'^Adv; " ' : - ' ' ! · ' ' ' , · ' · ' Fifty.at -' Rosary'Societii Party' : .; , OyerSO members parlicip'aled in Ihe glftiexcha'hge when:Ihe -Altar and .Bbsar'y, society -.of ;'St.\*P.etcr's Catholic^ church^met'- at,.Newman halljTh'ufsday' evening.'"'.'·' l i'|.i'; ['. j; ,i Mrs.'-^arl Ste'clci'p'reslden't! open- ed'.'tlie'Xrenin'g with!prayer.' Mrs. GeorgVysrinster . introduced '.four Milk r a nd Ca rm en 'Felice'. ·( ..The; Rev^'.Robcrt;Hpffmah 'displayed the^estm 1 en4,.reccntly; pu'r- ch'ased by' th'cVsoclcty, '. : u -''"''' ·'.' = : ! ) i . , = = = = . C H R I iT,MAs'fAR R ANG E M ENTS j ··. 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