Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 20, 1955 · Page 8
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Morris Home Scene of Christmas Meelinp Twenty-eight members ( j[ the Sunslimc srmip of the First finii- tist churcli met Friday evening at the home of .Mrs. Andrew Morris. 1217 Eleventh avenue. Mrs. Howard Annctl ami Mrs. L. S. Council were co-hostesses. by Mrs. Devotions \vcrc fiiven by Mrs. Henry Baab, who led the group in singing carols and repealing the Clirisl'mas story. She -lien read The Star Story by C. B. Cuvlis. .Secret pals exchanged £ifts. The next meeting is Jan. 18 al the home of Mrs. Itolancl Johnson. 1903 Tenth avenue. Mrs. Marjorio Shcnvood will assist. Relics of the Duke of Wellington arc displayed at the house on the outskirts of Brussels, Bclfii- u m , where he headquartered be- tor the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815. Bruckcr in Honolulu HONOLULU Ui -- Army Secretary Wilber M. lirueker, winding up a 21-day Pacific -trip, arrived Monday night for a four-day tour of Army installations in Hawaii. He said ho would investigate "all aspects" of local operations including a military housing problem. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS 1'iiKc 8 fiUEEI.EY TRIBUNE Tuesday, .Dec. 20, 1055 Woman J Josephine Miller, Editor At \N£t sS such sparkling beaiity in such a tiny watch! 23 Jewels · Fashioned in Diamonds « 23 JEWELS « S!X PRECISION ADJUSTMENTS. o LIFETIME UNBREAKABLE MAINSPRING · JEWELED OUTSIDE FOR BLAZING BEAUTY · JEWELED INSIDE FOR PRECISION ACCURACY Omegn Diamond Watches,priced from SM5.00 up Hamilton Diamond Watches priced from SSS.SO up The h'inesl Jewelry, Wiilchcs, Diamonds And Silver Af The Lowest Prices--Shop and Compare Open Every Night 'Til 8:30 Until Christmas Eve JIM owan Your Quality Jeweler 819 Tenth St. J 5 Methodist Circles Meet five circles of the First Mclli- ottist church met last week as follows: Mrs. J. E. Brunk, 1419 Tenlfi street, entertained Circle C. .Mrs. It. members Wyrick of sistcd in serving the ':3C o'clock dessert. Mrs. A, F. Zimmerman gave the devotions using as her subject the Christinas story. The missionary lesson, The Legend of the Black Madonna, wa:, given by Mrs. IL M. Browning. The group planned for the lea and open bouse al the church Jan. 1. Eleven mem bcrs and one guest, Mrs. John Jordan, reported 33 rails. Airs. C. W. McLain, 1135 Fairacres drive, will e n t e r t a i n at the next meeting. Mrs. 0. F. Sloffrcgan will assist. Mr*. F r a n k Peterson g a v e - Ihe devotions when Circle M met at the country home of Mrs. Fred Grossaint. Airs. C. F. Wilson arid Mrs. Minnie lloberts assisted. The dessert was served lo 15 members and one guest, Peggy Brooks. The Missionary lesson on Ihe Wesley Foundation was given by M i s s Brooks. The love gift to help with furnishing the kitchen was discussed. Mrs. J. K. Loar, 1D14 Twelfth street, will have Ihe group in January. Eighteen m e m b e r of Circle G gathered at the home of Mrs. George Peters, IG02 Fourteenth street. Airs. Peters was assisted in serving dcsscrl by Mrs. Corrinne Kline. Devotions, Lets Keep Christmas., wore given by Mrs. James Curtis. The group planned for (he luncheon which will be served Jan. 12 lo WSCS. Twelve calls were rc- portcit. Three guests, Mrs. Vincent Evans, Mrs. Helen Cushion and Airs. Virginia Walker, became members. Mrs. Frank Polls, 1GOO Fairacres road, will have the circle for a 1Z:3D p. m. covered dish luncheon. Mrs, Al Potts will assist. At 1:30 o'clock dessert was served 20 members of Circle J by Mrs. Clark Page, 1123 Eleventh strcel, and Mrs. I. L. Page. Devotions, the Christmas Story, were given by Mrs. W. F. Curtis and the mis- |s;onary lesson, W i t h i n Two Worlds, Mrs, John Emerson, Twenty-one calls were reported liy the group. Mrs. B. T. McDivift was a guest. Next meeting will be, at the home of Mrs. A, C. Fry, 1312 Fourteenth street, wilh Mrs. John Emerson assisting. Mrs. Glenn H a r p t r , 1845 Montview boulevard, was assisted by Airs. Eugene Nelson in serving 7:30 p.m. dessert to 12 members of Circle L. Christmas devotions were given by Mrs. Fred R. Uoukcnia. Each member contributed something toward a Christmas program. Every member is to bring .a toy for an Indian Mission* home to the next meeting at the borne of Mrs. Roukema, 1935 Fifteenth avenue. Mrs. Gaytorcl 3s lo be assistanl hostess. Yule Party of IID Club Held at Stolte Home Mrs. Elmer Stolte omcrlained the Ranger-Ettc IID club Thursday evening at a C h r i s t m a s parly. The group played games and enjoyed a social time. Each one told how her family would spend Christmas. Secrel pals wore revealed by an exchange oi gifts and names drawn for 135G. Christmas- Program al Auburn School Thursday Anburn school will have Us Christmas program Thursday evening al 7:45 p. m., beginning with hrce vocal solos. Steven Alles will sing Oh Christmas Pine; Kalhy Schill, I Saw Thr«c Ships a Sailing; and Gene A.lcs. Holy Child. Sally Crawford will be their piano accompanist. The- sixth, seventh and eighth grades will present the Nativity play, which will -be followed by group singing of carols. Grades 1 and 2 will.do a Christmas drill and Wayne Dorn will play accordion selections." . A play, Santa Up to Dale, will be given by grade. 3, 4 and 5. The children will sing I lore Comes Santa Claus as he arrives. Also on the program will be some accordion numbers by John Alles. Clarence Wharton is principal of Auburn and leaches the upper grades. Mrs. Marie llinze is the intermediate teacher and Mrs. Eunice Graham, primary. Mrs. Harrison the hostess gift. I.anlz received An anniversary present from her secret pfll was given to Mrs. George Kelscy. The hostess served a holiday dessert as carols were heard in the background. The Jan. 5 hostess will he Mrs. Clarence Briggs of 600 pjghteenili Pork loin roast needs a moderate (350 degrees) oven and 30 minutes per pound. Always make sure |Xrk is cooked through. Four United States tourist specialists will help Israel to increase louristn. Growing Pains AP Ncwsfeature*' - . Winter hird feeding can make the garden a place of color and activity and a joy lo young and old. A bird feeding station can be as simple or'-as elaborate .13 your desires, pockelhook and location dictate. Most winter birds are ground feeders, so the feeding station should not be more than about four feet from the ground, yet provision should be made to make il as catprooi'ss possible, A simple board window ledge feeder, with a protective slanting roof top to keep the snow from piling up is " one method, while many garden shops and hardware stores sell inexpensive feeding sla- Uons. One of the easiest anil perhaps most effective bird feeding stalions Hard of Hearing? Fresh hearing a i d batteries and repairs for all makes of hearing aids. O F F I C E H O U R S . Weekdays 10 to 12, 1 to 6 Saturday 9 to 1 Sonotone of Grceley, 311A G r e e l e y Building Phone 999W to erect In your garden will be available lo you when the Iradl- tional Christmas tree has done its duty indoors. Set the tree solidly in a corner of the garden easily s'eei- fro U f a house window. Then hang' pieces of. suet, or perhaps even pine cones dipped in. peanut bulter or melted fal in the limbs where they. are easily accessible to the birds. Soon you'll have a steady clientele of winter birds from your, area feeding at the station. This disposition of the Christinas tree will do a good turn lo the birds in your garden, as well as save you (he problem of setting up any elaborate feeding apparatus. Feed for regular flat. surface stations can include wild- hird seed easily purchased in .most hardware stores, plus stale bread crumbs. A supply of sunflower · seeds goes big with such .birds as chickadees, luftcd titmouse and. cardinals. ·Just remember-- once you s t a r t " fowling the birds in your garden, keep it up all winter, for they will come lo depend on you and ex- . treme h a r d s h i p can be done t o . birds if; UieEr food supply is-sud-^ denly cut off. . · USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS PERENNIAL FAVORITE ... NYLONS Reduced For Christmas 1 . Slippers by GRACE WALKER given .., gratefully received. Choose l l m t special gift from our dazzling holiday selection ... a s t u n n i n g variety of t h o u g h t f u l gifts forcvcrjonc on your Cllrislmas list. SPECIAL GROUP Women's Children's SLIPPERS For a Memorable Christmas Choose That Bring Beauty and Comfort to Gifts the Home! COMPLETE OUTFIT I N C L U D E S : Pair of Occasional Chairs 2-Hc. KeeMonal Sola Blonde Step Table -Matching Coffee Table Smart Table Lamp Holiday-Gay Living Room Greet your guests w i t h ' a smart new l i v i n g room! Here ar 7 pieces wilh such, am axing versatility, you and your fa mil will enjoy .countless new nrningements through (he years Toil can even push the armless chairs together to form lovescEit! Have an extra-long sofa! Many colors! Hove a Picfure-Pretty Bedroom! 3-Pc. Bedroom in 2-Tone Finish Limed oak bedroom with darker tone Interest on the scored drawer fronts. Hand decorated, hand rubbed. Double dresser, 4-dran-er chest, panel bed or bookcase bed. We've a Credit Plan Tailor-Made for You! Open Every Evening 'Til 8:30 -Drive Out and Save Greeley Furniture Co. 26OO Eighth Av Phone 4120

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