Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1955 · Page 15
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..Jeiephlnt Miller, Editor ' Christian- Gtoup^ Goiiductftleetiiigs, Five groups ' of .the Christian Women's [Fellowship."of jlid;First ChrlstiatTcHurch held lhair December meetings'.last-, week,* wifh'Vihe final two to convene this week. Accounls'foltow: -.'.,'..' : .'! ' " '';'.' ' Croup" 2 : met .'Friday, afternoon With -Mrs.- Liilie Lane of-1829 Seventh ayenue'.. Co-hostess "was 1 Mrs: Jennie,Straight.' Prayer and- devotions were,-by Jlrs.'Walter-Cas- telmah",' who's . theme ..was. laken gave the slory.'A Tribule to Tiny Tim.-',The' program "was presented by Mrs.-.Clay Taylor. 1 . She !· read a · Christmas "story.by WilliSin Knight 'and also excerpts from The Little Trofessor of 1 Tiny Woods. Christmas carols were'-sung !by Mrs. Floyd '· Ba'chcr,'' 1 accompanied by Jlrs, Samuel Wegcnast/' Eighteen members attended and t h r e e guests, Mrs. S. D. Holland, Jlrs. Bacher. and Mrs. Wcgenasl. Next meeting, Jan. 26 at 12:15 o'clock, will Wgin wilh a lurkey dinner at the Heijman home, . 2602 Tenth street. ' . - · : ' ' / .'7 Group 3 met Thursday afternoon wilh Mrs. E m i l . Accomas'so,. 1220 Ninth street. Her co-hostess .was Jlrs. Ernest Carter. Devotions .were given by Mrs. L. B. Moore. Her theme was taken from UiVe 2:4-20, the Christmas.stqryrSheialso read a story of ChristmasMn Japan. The program-was-given by Mrs.-Harold Basey un Christinas' activities 'fan 'the Yakima..Tndla"n. reservation.; It was centered' arouhil. the production of a play,, told by the Indians as it would, have :been'-if-'.Christ were born among them instead of the people of Palestine/ Christmas' songs were sung by the group. Thirteen members and,.a- guest, Mrs. H. Pohlmad, were', present. Next meeting is Jan.. 26- at 1:30 o'clock wilh Mrs. K. E. San'rtcrs, 3118 Tenth, avenue;'A'pt.. 2^;Mrs. * Carrie Beasley will'assist. Group 4 met with ^Mri'. tChcster" Ada'ms, -2-108Ninth street,'Co-hostess was Mrs. Charles Mains.- Devotions were vgiyen by Mrs..'Basil Robertson', whose · story .was taken from Luke 2. The. program was. in . charge of Mrs.VLcsler Cazer,..whu h a d - a s her--subject, Christmas in Foreign Lands. Assisting wert Mrs! Augusl Kramer, '-Mrs. John Kay. Mrs. Harry Kaiser and Mrs, Mel; Yin King.' Games and enrol singing were enjoyed by'-'the group. Ten members were present aiid: seven guestsl'Mrs. John'Kay, Mrs. A." L. Andrews, Mrs. "^eorge' : . Adams, Jlrs. Ray Rank 1 , 1 -Mrs. Mary"'von Troiha, Jlrs. Hugh C-alcy-and Mrs/ hosier Ca?er. iVextV.mceting is Jan. 26 at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Basil Robertson,'1618 Seventh.'avenue. Mrs. Mclviri King and Mrs. John White will assist. ''. . - , - ' Group S met Thursday afternoon wilh Jlrs. A. J. Hurley, '1877 ElevV enlh avenue; Jlrs. Vernon-. Card had devotions, her Uieme leirig the' Christmas, story from Luke 2!--Th"e sub-title'.'was Sender' of a_ Prophet. Tiie program waib "given by'', Mrs.' P e a r l ' Cunningham.. .Christmas ! among the Indians was discussed briefly and-Mrsr Cunningham .re- ported''on.the missionary study in the j u n i o r ' ' d e p a r t m e n t , of .the church. Mrs. CJay Taylor read The Shoemaker and His . Guest and Jtiss Linda Taylor'read A Urown Up Letter to Sanla. Mrs. Cunningham then read the slory, Joe's Summer' Christmas..' t ';M.iss .Carol Ann Munday .accompanied, herself on the aiitoharp and 1 sang 'three numbers,' The Christmas '· Candle; Silent Night and Joy r to tlie'World. Thirteen; members -attended .and five guests,.Miss Carol,-Ann-Mud- day, Miss Jl'ary Alice Munday" and Mrs. Coid Taylor,' Linda and David. Next'meeting is Jan.-'26 ..at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Harold Bitzen, 1S3S .Eleventh a v e n u e . - M r s . Pearl Cunningham and Mrs^C.'-H. Rau will assist:' "· : ; ; '. ' Group 7 tnter! »in«l 'at- a lur.kty supper at the Tea House. Husbands were*' special guests of 'the members. Twenty-six^, wefey present.' After the dinner, the group enjoyed games and Ihe singing "f Christmas carols. Next meeting is Jan. 25 at 7:45 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ivan' Gilbaugli,''No..8'Curtis. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS don't DO that! Mrs. PercyiC Receives UP Society ,:·,·.^ : 'Mrs., Percy Goldsmith v^a'c hostess: to the Woman's ."Missionary society- of the ; United Presbyterian church-at a 1 'o'clock' luncheon ;at her- country '·homey e'ast'ol- Greeiey. Thursday'. V ' ' ' . ' . ". ' '.' .,During ,ihe meeting which followed, 10(members', answered roll call with a.Bible verse 1 on. faith. Mrs! J/ C.' Mahaffey : conducted the prayer cycle, j · ' ', j- = : · ; Mrs. Goldsmith'led 'the'grbup'in the afternoon's devotions, !using as' her~, topic, By Faith; We Follow' on wilh Christ. ··.-': y . · · · · · ' I A : report". on-..hq'w.,-'teenagers-. of Youngslown, Ohio, .combat 'juvenile delinquency was given by Mrs. George'IIUl, temperance secretary. Mrs. Edwin, .Dunn.-gave, the..program. She read The ^Sunrise of Christ's Birth - and vreported: on Peter Marshall's sermon, "The Touch of Faith, from Meet Ihe Master, by Catherine Marshall. Following'-, Ihe-^program, - Mrs. Paul Ferguson conducted an impressive installation 'service for I h e . following new officers:' Mrs. Paul Leaf, president; .Mrs!, Bruce Anderson, vice president;!' · Mrs.' Percy Goldsmith, treasurer';-^Mrs. O.-S. Hcrdman,' secretary";' Mrs. J. C.'-MaHaffey, '.Thank 'Offering se'e- relaryj'MrsV George Hill, temperance and reform; Mrs','Paul Ferguson, literature; Miss , G l a d y . s Groves, \tecnage; -.MrsY-'..Earl -B;ar- ber, prayer group;-and Mrs.'Erwin Dunn, efficiency.' \~ ,. ·-. '.Next meeting will be held'Jan. S at. the home of. Mrs: Paul Leaf.' Farm and-Home' Nuts keep; belter.- in ^a i refrigerator-: or freezer-than on V'warm shelf. Be sure. the.container'is airtight .lo keep'.nuts from absorbing moisture'. " , ' ·. '.\ '. The : 34111.: annual. Colorado' Pure Seed Show js'a-good place for lell- ;rs arid : buyers'of seed lo meet. It wilt be held during .the National Western Stock · Show," January -1121. Premium 1 lisls.are available at county extension offices. If, y*« tend CVrisfmef cartft *|lh printed Vaccination C8^.- be teamed up with good,management to prevent c'nlcrotoxemia or "overeating dis: ease" in lambs, says "Dr. A. A. Goodman,'- extension ~"v'ete"rii.'ariab at Colorado A : and- M College. You can save'money "by applying just the amount of fertilizer that's needed instead of following a'gen- eral recommendation. Best way : to determine.the-kinds and amounts of fertilizer to use U by liking.» soil test.' 'i- "- ' / . For convenient freezing of cut-up chicken or other poultry, wrap each ?Iece .separately .and placet-them c lose'-.together. invai r freezer "con- tairier;-.li^ce a: ;waxed ..c'arton or freezer ..'bag. - ! , . , , . ' , ' . . Choose' safe ,-toys T 'for 'children. For ; very small cm'ldren, toys sliould ; be jiarge . enough so they can't be, swaliowed;and should'be colored with-non-poisonous dyes-or paints. Stuffed /animals ' and dolls with 'ernbroidered eyes are safer' :han thos'e;with."buttons"that-can'. ' pulled 'loose -^and. swallowed, i Toys for children of all ages should | be ;made "of! safe ^materials .andI should be sturdy and well made. .Moose auxiliary. Moose hall at Evans.;'-Ch'rii'tiaas party"a'nd 'gift exchange, 7:*i!a^5::V/fF.-!;^' J iY . .-GTC/' /Mr»: v 'iEva'".:Gbc.ofell6w, 102*.^ Second - 'venue, '-luncheoh. 1:00;-pack Christmas treatucki: .;- : C.r'e^if Women's* Breakfast .club^ spetial,;. meftuig-- 'pf^executly'e Gladyi'. Reel «29 JFourta »treet, ^^^^''·'^f-f.'l^ Town send ."club' Ji o/J-'l r'eiecirl c louhgej "2:-OO. v ,.; i.'.^v '"·.---'?!···' -7 ! ' . Gill.·.Ypuhg'Matron!,',Mrs: Jake ehreaer, 1 !'Chrlstin'»3' v . party-, . ; ! - ' ; t , ; ; f ' . . - ? , - v . - - ' . - i ' - · . I: SATURDAY,' BRBAICFAStrfT^ Sliced ^Bananas^with-qranief Juice '·""ri. 3 ^- ·' ' IHamYand' pggs^ ; ;% I- "-· 'Sweet ;Miifi!ins"«s'.-.i, Currant JeUy '" '.·.;·-···-' .;::'; Beverage ; ' - · ' ' ' · ' ' ' King's Daughters Sunday School class,\ Mrs!; Lelta;Darner,-iwi ' Eighth. street· ; Mrs.vLaVra}Ailely . and;Mrs'. . : Minnie.-.Edwards as; sistin'g;' ; Christmas 'meeling, gu!t exchange."-- ; -' · --'- " '- .'.: ..-, - -Three rR's.UO'OF/hall;. CKrist- '·mas-covered.dish diriher for.hus'- I^aomiCgfoup.'iof lOur.-.S^vi'orls ·· Lutheran,, church, ' Mrs., Clara Friendly" Birlhdaj^ club, .family Sorosis, · Chrislmas · luncheon, · .Cainiield,,-l:o6.-. . · . ; · - , j^AAUWj'r'fioolc Review. Igroup, Elise.-iand'- Marvel Sh'a'ckelford: . 19'.Twenty-first.1 street^.·Christ- .nias,party, 7:30,'·'_'.:: · ,, : · , ; . ' . .-West 'Kersey] cliib, .Mrs. ^Phylh's Hoff,' 2:00;'-.Mrs. Sadie ='Green'. way'.and Mrs. Marie'Rothrassist- .GGGG, Christmas party, Mrs. ' Nellie ·He»tef,i9i9 'Eleventh.aye- '· nue;. coverM, dish . lunch'eon, ,.·12:30.,.'. ;'.,-. . !·.··! ..'· '.:' -.'.-'.' ' 1 : TyPPgraphical-.Union. auxiliary, .' i Mrs. 'Clark.age',Vll29'.E!eventh ttreet;. Christmas,,party, 8:00!""· ... -Fellowship guUd of First Chris-" , Hi.nrchurch,- Mrs;-Hpmer^Brbwni : .-831 Fourteehlhf street, -.7:30.. - ": ' . ' -Fine'Arts guild,' meeting -;can-' .:celled.:.-: .'.. ..',.-._·'..,.;'. - . . . . . . . Mariners Gather (fit . ' : ' . . ' 'Church f or Mule Party '·· -:· ; ;Mariners : cabinet - q'f the . First Presbyterian ichurch;. was -host to the elub-at.a.Christmasiparty.last week in.the church .basement! Thirty .coup.les enjoyed a ham.dinper at tables decorated-with snowmen and Christmas ;greens. · - ^ ' f : . -.-Guests -were Mr.. and. Mrs.; Ed. Boos, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Nesbitt~and pick "Hamps.... .. ..;·;.'.,"."..- ',.."'.' ... | After"staging carols',;th'e Marin- ers.exchanged .gifts.-,'..-. . ·'. ! Skipper "Dayton Nichol-presideid 'over-the business'meeting^wheri-i^ [was.voted to form Ihree".ships...-' ! The following officers'were L elect- 'ed:'' Dr. and Mrs. Ray.' DeBoer; fleet-.admirals;(Mr. and^Mrs. Don Capr'pn, vice" admirals'; ·.-Mr.-.-'ahd Jlrs.-Bill Monk,-', rear-admirals; Mr. .and Mrs. Jim Atkinson, Mr. and;, Mr s..., Joe. t Eub anks..--_a n cf-'.Mr.- and ;*lrs.. Oliver,.'Goldsmith,'. skippers';"of the thcee ships!-"-s---".--^."- :· The ·' cliib also ivoted to form :a new-.-church' school; couples';' class. It-will be organized -Jqn..l.at-9..45 'a. ni;.'Mariner's also ·have- a "study 'period '.everyi-Suiday'levening,' al 6:30:o'cI6ck. '·''."· . : - ' : . ' · · ' . . - J Airman .2/C .-Jerry McMorry ar* 'rivedi-home/Monday 'to : spe'nd his Christmas leave'rwith his'parents, Mrv-'and., Mrs.VI. ( J.,. McMurry,.816 (Twept let h · s'treet. · Me Mu rry. is stationed ' at ·. B arkdale*-. AFB,.- Shreveport, La, He has 1 been';in. the "service -18 ^months. His brother, Pfc. Dean :McMurry,- who is stationed at Fort Ord, will not be'home for Christmas. " ' . " · '.. US! THI -TRIBUNS WANT: ADS ,... ; ^ . ! ' Ingredientsr.iW'cups sifted flour, teaspoon's .'·baking 'rwwde'r, "W tea- ooysiU.'.W.'cup'sugar.'y^cup butter. l '6rj..margarine/.'l': eggj* V4" cup niilk: ·'/.·.;.:''.;": ' V ',-'.''.'"'.'V:- · . ' · ' . · ' ? ' ; . Method: v Sift-'' together .; the '· 'flour, aiaking.powder.'.salt 'and sugar. Cut in butter with 'a pastry, blender, until fat '.-partic|es! are.'fuie: ",Bea't egg enoughfto^combine. yolk' and White; dd /milk .-.and '.hi at .again .to : 'com- 3ine. rStir -. egg-milk ·.'mixture ' into lour,, mixture just i until vdry in- ;rediehis ' arc . 'moistened; '.do', not b^atVuntil-'sm'ttoth.. Fill "·'·greased RED CROSS SHOE . , . - ^ . - . · Velt't a wonderTuI my to ni year "»K» t 10 gire" 'worries-in (fi. Kc«ndi!jSuck fun--her 1 Gift Ct'r. , li ^ a .! e ;«?« in « fmirl minjilurt Ihoeibox, ilong w'th « gay linle pUitic ihoef So jure lo pltue-ihe can «change il for her ovn choice of 'beiuliful Red Cross Shots whenever she Wife'lVs 1h« kind o f » prewn! every vpman iotW. Get Wrj today. * ' '." j .EVERY NIGHT:^ ! CHRISTMAS'WEEK / Y;;'·:'/·[·' -..CHARGE ACCOUNTS'INVITED;;''^'^ ; : ^''- Muffin' pans ''two-thirds full;' Bake 'uvhof .(WO'iiegreeKb'ven'.lS 1 to 25 ' ' . . rnlnutes,' or; untU- «ke';'t«ster.',bP *erted : iri' center fcomes'r'out 'cVa'ri: ' (3H · cup packed Tlowri) j smatsijie! wet-pack'' cleaned r sb rimp: j '\fi-Jot: 6-ounce 'package''sKarp'pVofessed' 'Keddar.cheese', 3 tablesiioons.'niSyr- in als e," 1 :.t »bl espooh l ch»i "y sajicj!; i -,teaspoo-.'- bhfun prwde?rrVi'~IcaT spoon^Worcestershire' sauce, ! .6Vtb 8.slices·b'read.'i.-·-· ; ': -!- : -'.-.' ^ {'·*; :. Mcthodi^Rinse-.ihriinp^itS.'cofd water; /drain ·ivell::Put r sKfi'Dip"'a°nd cheese -Ihrough. fine bla'ie -,'of,-Tfood chopper.. iAddy;mayonnaise,n'cfiUi; sauce; onich'piwder and:Wjrc'estfer-; s h l.r'e''s»U'ce;'t.nlix-. : thbrc.ti'gh'iy.: (Makes.a.lilUe over-1 1 cup'-)'Toa'sl: bread' .under./broiler ,iori~ one.,;side. only; spread :'shrimp-j mixture,bye^ UDtoastediside's.'coveriAg edg^s:wcll' so; they ·..won't- char, under i'jjr'oiler... . i*TrIangles^o'Kteav* ; '»llc'eV' Whole; ab^jerVe'Utrwcer'MaktsV* "servings'.' -,-4: i'v ·',»'· .yi '.f ;i' ! ' l.?-V«;:.-..r ? t; ' ' ' W - ' i K - ' . ! ' y ' - * r r - . in . , , .V 1 THIE / ,BRJD|ieK)K$; LUNCH ,:i treamiJd^ ' p-'/'-Bi' 1 '. 11 '·" ·*·? » : .:i'pacKage,(i» 'ounces, k'froz'eh:oceaio sc allops. (d es frosted),,! \4 ?cup ;yrater,.', H t pound tt ushrom's . - ·· ..»...y»^,^ ,* ..vuy.^·kvi,. t ri;[wuaa at ushropm's,'., miUt;-; 3 r tablespoon s b.ultcr.; or'-utrgitiMV'i; tables jpoi'i r flniir. ·~-M-'. (···'ivwin '.··!*·.. nAno^^ .'.'A i 4 Jl cui^^i^r«in iciiuops.:.YTeu-ana c'ut; : 'each'. u into .'.quarters;f Plate '-in smj||.:sauc^pan wilhj,water;- bring . w , w a e r i - r i ju^t V! I f . ?imh\iring;; ·' cpoUnue: it 5iiiiiWr r uhIil'/scallops 'are ^ cook' th'rdtrBh^i.thiK\lirili'-YaVUl'Ank-..-a-*« Inufehr'odms with clean!damp clo'i'j 6urijt;»cconfmodationi'after '$zss,i .h";"^'^^"^^*^*'^ kt.)l*Spriiikle;rni'^hr{»!h's'A^with; flour;. si ir'oyjr'j Id jr{ Seat' unlU Vy elj cook. -Va nd s^sliri" ^oiista'nily^ oW m'nrf»r»t»lv. i rtftii-'.li'i«*f'.~»i«iii'-'«t.f-i.-- ikr. ? Btu-j'ini*drainea- cooked ..seal-. o^^/SjJoonHinto.-three iindivldiial shallow'caserolesMndivlduai h'calj' ·ixu.staiit t- glai S s; ·' pief plalcs;.'"aboit; 6: n,c^es- across 'and 1 .inch Mecp 'are. -^j--. -.^. - . . . - . , . . ..-- .- . - r, . ,... fXvt.'- ».· r- 5 ;----::'.'-''' '.·; .l=.r.-...-: ( . ·: - .i .^j^'fl J V/ f .:^!, ; ; : ,;;,V; l , / ,,V.,; | -^yi i-;-.^!/^,;!.'^.'/;;. : V" p -:^~^ : ^%|: Sweaters L. ~ Come ancfgetein r say we lf,the vf i L *' 'ii'wQnts^sweaferi (ond.ivfiaf lady 4 r . * ^ V * t doesn t?)" 1 we'ye the styles and the colors dqd the f » textures she wants most { ' We re brimming with sensational sweaters \fo liven her wardrobe and moke her Christmas merry So it's 'Colling a(l Santas to select sweaters here'? ·«i '. J. V. mit Son

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