Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 13, 1962 · Page 2
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P»f« 2 GREELEV TRIBUNE Tours, Dec. 13, 19tt Ault AULT-A Christmas party was «njsy«d by members of the »h Century Club with Mrs. Vernon Kewtrt. hostess. Mrs. Alan jalberg was in charge of the program on hand- ^changed. Christmas craft. Clew Christmas gifts were made. Reciting favorite Bible ventt was roll call topic. Mrs. Oliver Nix. president, conducted the bus- iness meeting aad programs for; Dale Prior was given tendance award. the at- next year were distributed. Bores of nine dozen cookies each were tavorsj were on refreshmen, trays am the home was decorated for th holiday season. Mrs. Kenneth Masterson re ccived the fairy basket, and Mrs 825 7th Street George's Repair Shop 352-9492 Mrs. Nix will be the hostess on Jan. 2 for the regular afternoon meeting. |ils December Tuesday Progress Club entertained their husbands at their annual party in the library club room. Mmes. Marjorie Riedel, Paul LaBorne and Jacob Has- irouck were members of the hostess committee. Covers were placed for 32 at small tables decorated in Christmas motif. Mrs. August SoUunan. president, welcomed the guests and Mrs Hasbrouck offered grace. A turkey dinner was served by members of the Woman's Society. After dinner contract bridge was played and high scores were made by R. L. Burman and John Burroughs. Mrs. John Roseberry openei her country home to the Olive Branch Social Club for a Christ mas party. Former members Mrs. Lawrence Stewart and Mrs Henry Rusch. joined the club as members. Mrs. Ardell Leaf conducted a short business meeting preceding the entertainment with games in which prizes were given to Mrs Rusch and Mrs. Sam Andersen Secret friends were revealed on Jan. 3 for luncheon and election of officers. The Helping Hand Club enjoyed at the! the gift exchange, president, received ance prize. Mrs. Leal the attend Star-Lite Cafe. Covers vere placed at one table lor 11 members and » club guest, Mrs. Ireat kelson. A social afternoon was spent. Plans were made for an a'ternoon Christmas party on X-c. 21 when Mrs. Bernice Gunson will be the hostess. Friendly Needle Circle had a ustness meeting with Mis. Catherine Amen of Greeley. hostess. Mrs. Leonard Plageman presided. Plans were made for a Christmas dinner and gift exchange to be held on Dec. It in the home of Mrs. Lulu Armstrong of Qfee ley. The husbands of the members will be guests. The next regular meeting o the club will be on Jan. 3 with Mrs. B. G. Armstrong as hostess Darryl Woods was host to Wyat 4-1! Ag. members at the regula business meeting. Boys who have beet projects were asked to turn in UK beet record books to com plete their project. Members ex peeling to attend the stock snow as a 4-H group turned in their fee money. Plans were made for an annua achievement banquet to be hel on Dec. 14 In VFW hall. Meat rolls and beveragt will be turn AF Academy Will Hear Dean Rusk AIR FORCE ACADEMY AP) fTM' --U.S. Air Force Academy ofli- ials said Wed Secretary of State )ean R'jsk has teutatively »c- »ddress Win* in ished from the club treasury and each family is asked to bring twaj ·overed dishes to complete the meal. Dan and Jim Bidding win be losts for the next meeting on Jan. 7. the 5th annual Air Forct Academy Assembly April 3. This is sponsored ty the academy and the American Assembly of Columbia 1'niversity. Fir *s*irti«« ftftt »·"· ·**" t* Mts. W 1M »^-A*». || KITCHEN CABINETS I ·ultt-ln Appll«nc«i || W E L L E R L U M B E R CO. BERKELEY, CaL-Witt pW- inf has been studwJ at thi IM- ersity of California tiact 1M. i LOVE A HEEL A Hetl that te p«t M i* 3 mlMtM. ·**· !·!····'· * hlM IK*, MlUMHI · PMtw til Mh Av*. thoti DyMI tf Mitch i« tor It No ini*5l^l«n-rotti **ty OK COIKMM c*U«n ·tun Mt it ttM. ly V ptr HERDMAN ELECTRIC CO. 809 10th Street S52-1MI OPEN EVERY NIGHT, MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, 'TIL CHRISTMAS under-thc-tree fashions you »re invitee] to charge It" wool ahMthi for th« holidiyt The beautiful holiday dressing that tokti you everywhere with a switch of PCCM- sories. Fine wool flannels in such marvelous colors at coral, mint grttn, cornflower blue, turquoise, beige, red or black! Junior 7 to 15; petite* 5 to 13. 13.00 giv* a handful of gold For festive occasions . . . a gala gold Mylar hancjbog with hide-away handle. From a $3 collection of golden envelopes, long designs and double clutches. 3.00 plui fed wool coat sale ' $29 white hooded cardigan rag. 40.00 to 70.00 iryl«i The big-hit bulky white Cardigan in washable orlon acrylic. Specially priced at o light 9.99 for happy gift shopping. A knockout over slim pants, o winsome warmer over all casual things. High buttoning under chin gives the attached hood o S»ad-hugging fit. 9.99 Ar otter-Christmas sale price BEFORE Chustmas' Why^ We thought you might like to wear o beautiful new winler coot through the holidays and enjoy the many dollars worth of savings NOW. Choose from single and double breasted styles in luxury wool?. Jr. and petites 3 tn 13; masses' 6 to 18. for your prttty il«ipy-h«ad Positively enchanting poslel sleep stuff worth o wide-awoke look . .. o three-piece doll toot set in floaty nylon pppliqued with beautiful laces. The abbreviated gown and matching briefs of opaqut nylon tricot and the coat of jheer, filmy nylon. In amber peach, seo spray or lemon twist. S,M,L. 6.00

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