Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 13, 1962 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 13, 1962
Page 12
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Pagel^CREELEY TRIBUNE ThuiB, D«c. 13, lM2f iLoveland Couple jPlans Party · Mr. aad Mrs. Henry Spade Jr. «il celebrate their Z5th wedding ianniversary with an open house i Sunday at their home in Loveland 'at 1153 Roosevelt. Relatives and friends are invited to call from 1 to 4 p.m. The Spades have one son, Har- ·ey. who lives on the family place, seven miles east of Loveland in Veld County. He farms the prop- rty in partnership with his ather. They also have two grand- hildren. Pamela Kay and Roger larvey Spade. Henry Spade Jr. and Helen Srehm were married Dec. 19, 937, at the First Congregational Church of Loveland of which they are members. Since that time ley have made their home in the Loveland area. Mrs. Spade's mother, Mrs. Lena Brelim of Loveland, will be an tonored guest at the reception. r First Graders Have Adventure in Printing " lolt for Ktbbitxcn TO BE MARRIED Sunday is Miss Beverly Ann Kautz, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon \Vashburn of east Greeley. She .will become the bride of Myrne [Marshall Jr., son of Mr. and ·.Mrs. Myrne Marshall of 110 S. rCurtis, Brush. The bride-elect laUended Gering. Neb. schools. Marshall is employed in the factory of the Great Western Sugar Co. at Forl Morgan .where they will reside. Photo by Winder. LTW Has Dinner Christmas Party ; LTW Club enjoyed a turkey ((inner and its annual Christmas party at the Cornfield Hotel Friday. There were 30 present including 12 guests. Mmes. Minnie Roberts, Grace Strauss, Ann Frasier and E. C. Freek; Messrs. Charles Coburn, Willard Winegar, Ted Scliultz, Jake Dupper, Erick Hook- am and Burrel Coburn; and.Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Reeder. '· Mrs. Bertha Flanagan, president, welcomed the guests and extended Christmas greetings. : Cards were signed and sent to Miss Essie Morgan, Mrs. Ethel Veaver and Mrs. Bess Wolaver. ; Program chairman, M r s. Blanche Scantlin, announced the Christmas program. SThe group sang. "Joy to the World" and "0 Little Town of Bethlehem." Mrs. Hattie Pulliam read, "The Birthday Party" and Jilrs. From Schrader played two ^elections on her Hawaiian guitar *WI1! There Be Any Stars in My Crown" and "Silent Night." Mrs oil Can Break Away : rom the Poins«ttio Your holiday parties will bloom a bit of time is taken to plan an over-all floral scheme for the estivities. II needn't be elaborate. In fact, orists this year recommend sev- ral small bouquets using the ame flowers, throughout the Elani .agan gave two readings ^Christmas Time" and "Gifts. 1 j; Names were drawn for secre |ials for the coming year afte ^ifts were exchanged revealin nals for the past year. {Next meeting will be Jan. 4 jit the home of Mrs. Winegar a $30 Montview Road. :-To get extra dividends from |our mistletoe, spray it with clea jlastic or dip the stem ends in fretted wax. This will keep th Slaves from shriveling and th Berries from falling at a most in opportune time. Red carnations, set off by a ouch of greens, can stand in mall bowls on the buffet table, n the front hall and even on cof- ee table. When Christmas dinner makes Is appearance, and there's little oom for large decorations on the able, attach a single carnation or each guest to a ribbon run- ing to your centerpiece. The uests are free to admire or to wear their flowers. If Christmas' traditional reds nd greens clash with your holi- ay-hcst china, adjust yo'ir flow- rs to your dinnerware pattern You may prefer yellow tea roses jr fluffy white chrysanthemums as more effective. Your brightly polished silver candlesticks can be twined will one or two blossoms to add gai ety and grace to the holiday set ting. Whatever kind' of flower ar ·angement you create, bo sure t keep it low enough so your guest can talk to each other without an noying obstruction. Some hos esses float flowers in a low bow or use a few blossoms in each o two or three glass fruit dishes standing them on a tray or mir ror. And since the holiday time ofte includes overnight guests, th feted ones can later express the! pleasure by wiring flowers t their hosts, having first noted he special taste in decorations. USE THE TRIB'INE WANT ADS SALAD in the making? Part of a school lunch program? Neither. This is an adventure in printing in John R. Tryba's first grade art class at Ernest Horn Elementary School using the media of fruit and vegetables to see design in nature's every, day objects. The intent youngsters are, from left: Tommy Auit Judy Woodcock and Cindy Brown. The next picture shows a young artist in action. YORK the"i ti'i wife piayed little or DO part ayiagogue activities. It was CBMioWed proper tor her to stay tat background. But things are sion is KEVIN BILLINGS has just finished printing with an orange cut in half and is now printing with a carrot. Yes, the little girl did walk across Kevin's paper leaving several designs of her sneaker soles. Rub a piece of walnut meat directly into a furniture scratch to darken it without changing the surrounding wood. TEACHER THINKS the vegetable designs look good enough to eat. Tryba sold that once the first graders got the idea of the design there was no need for further teacher aid. From left are: Kim Montgomery, Jamie Wood, Tryba, Sandy Minkel, Paul Hungenberg, Paul Davis and Elizabeth McEwen. All photos by Nelson T. Wing, CSC senior and elementary education major. Social Briefs At the Wolfrum-Kemp wedding Sunday, the bride's candle was carried from the back of the the altar by Miss Linda Paul. This detail of the wedding was inadvertently omitted in the report given to th« Tribune. Canvass Board Makes Nov. 6 Election Results Official DENVER (AP) - The victory sanctuary to its place of honor on of Republicans in Colorado's Nov. 6 election became official Wednesday. The Stale Canvassing Board made up of five state officials- met Wed. and certified results on all but six of the contests. Only Brighten Your Car For Enjoyable Holiday Driving! BEST BUYS IN Save Money By Shopping At Gold's ernor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, state treasurer and state auditor. Secretary of Stale George J 3aker said certificates of election will be issued immediately by his office for Republican Peler H. Dominick as Uniled States senator and for Democrats Wayne N. Aspinall and Byron G. Rogers and Republicans J. Edgar Chen- owelh and Donald G. Brolzman as congressmen. Baker said immediate issuance of the certificates is necessary so all of them can take their positions when Congress opens. Within the next few days, he said, he will issue certificates on the basis of the canvass to the winners for University of Colora do regents, State Board of Ed |College High T. /·· 10 VjlVf Program Friday The College High School Cher, composed of 85 senior high achool Recognizing the increasing ac-j^' 5 and k - *® 8 ive * Chris *- ivity of rabbis' wivec in S y M .iTMa3 program at 2:30 p.m. Friday activities. Yesbiva UnHr*-!" 1 tlw ^ Sl ' hw1 gynrnas'i" « 1 ' Ite choir if *- N'ofziger and . say's Community Service Divi!he new Divi-j aponsoring a series of for wive* of men soon « b* ordained rabbis, to help torn better handle their new- role. ' rerted accompanied by some of ila mm members. The program to be sung by th* choir includes the following compositions: "Come Thou, 0 Savior," by Bach; "Sing We the Virgin Mary," by Horton Nile*; "Ye Watchew and Ye Hrty tut their thoes by the fireplace Ones," German melody, anocy- Witch Fills Shots ROME -- Italian youngsters find only coal in their shoes. January «, the night of Epiphany. iiutead of Christmas Eve. The daU marks the arrival ol Betana, the g o o d witch, who coma down tht chimney on » jroom and fills shoes left out tor her. Good children receive We think of roy*jr M bhe- caadjr and gift*; naughty ones bloods, but In Malaya roy! blaod mous; "He Is Born," by Roger Wagner; "There Is No Rose," by Benjamin Britten, "Deo Gnc- ias," by Benjamin Britten; "King of Kings." from "The TaJianM." is considered white. Children's Shop-Hillside Center Headquarters for the nicest Christmas gifts for boys and girls. We carry a complete size r»nf« J from infants to age H. Free gift wraps. ucation, two scats on the Colo rado Supreme Court, succcssfu candidates for district judge and all winners in legislative races. Conducting the official canvass were Gov. Steve McNichols, At- orney Gen. Duke W. Dunbar, State Auditor Homer F. Bedford, he legislature has authority to State Treasurer Tim Armstrong, decide those six races -- for gov- and Baker. Athough two of the five -- McNichols and Armstrong -- were defeated at the election, an air of informality and jocularity per vatcd Uie canvassing session. "I'm convinced," McNichols said when the official reading of county abstracts began. A moment later there was a request someone move to accept! the abstracts. i "1 make a motion we burn the the things," McNichols quipped. The board made a detailed survey of returns in the U.S. Senate race and spot checked other races and voles on constitutional amendments. The steam engine was invented in the Third Century B.C. by an Egyptian. Dixco Tachometer Easily installed! 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