Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 21, 1955 · Page 12
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O'nge 12 GHEELEY V1MBUNE Wednesday, Dec. 21, 1955 Wo oman Josephlno Miller, Editor Ken McDonalds "Are Living Here. Kenneth McDonald and his brute, the former Miss Marianne Wilson, have returned from llicir wedding trip and are at home at 102G Thirteenth avenue. Their marriage was a recent event at the First · Christian church of Greeley. The Rev. "Jack Reeve officiate 1 at the double ring service, rcad'al 4:^0 o'clock. Fifty guests were prescnl. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Harriet Luc hi of Jlobbs, N. Mcx. The groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McDonald, reside east of Grcclcy. Henry Stately, great uncle of the bride, gave her in marriage. She was attended by Miss Sucan Cowan. Best man was Darrcll Jenkins. .Ushers ahd candlelighlers we ire Jim Lauer and Dick Brown. The reception was held in the church parlor. Assisting with dc- CANDY CANES Popcorn Balls-- Chrlslmai Minis Peter's Popcorn · S:G leth si. tails \vcre Helen McDonald, sister of the groom, Janice J hnson. Marilyn LaJorte and Harlcss Mon- icat. Among Ihosn present were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry .McDonald, brother and sistcr-in-Iaw of the groom, who were married Nov. 20 al Burlington, Iowa. The ' ride and groom allcnclcd their wedding. The couple honeymooned at Colorado Springs. The bride attended llobbs school and was jffLlinlctf witli Thcla Klio Girls and i(ainbuv. She is employed as a bookkeeper McDonald is a graduate of Grec* ley high where he played basketball for three cars. He also attended CSCE and IF well known in roller skating circles. He is a cement finisher for Henscl Pholps Construction company. K«rn Homt Sctnt of LTW Yule Party LTW mcl at the home of Mrs. Etan Kern, 1730 Montview road, Friday for a Christmas parl _and covered dish dinner.- Twenty-five members and five visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morris, Charles Coburn, Mrs. Ann Ferguson and Dianne Kofi were prcs enl. The Kern home was decorated in keeping with the holiday s son. Mrs. Ad(tte Myers was csertcd a large birthday cake. After a short b'j lines s session members received exchange gifts and secret pal gifts. Names were drawn for next year, . Mrs,-Hattie PuHiam, 2702 Ninth avenue, will be hostess lo the group "Jan. 6."Mrs. Blanche Scant- tin will, assi't.- USE THE-TRIBUNE WANT ADS X-Ette Party Held (it A. C. Stone?nan Home Mrs. A. C. Sloncman of 1524 Fourteenth street, had the X-Ettc Christmas parly Tuesday evening at her homel Ten members attended and six -. guests; Mcscames Henry Hill, F. II. Barnclt.-P. H. (iehrl'z, f. 11. Mahanna, ii, C. Yeoman and J. E. Downs. The Sloncman-Jiomc was beautifully decorated for Christmas. The hostess read a slory, The Lost Melody, and all thos present joined in the singing of Christmas carols. Four tables of bridge w re playcil. Prizes were presented Mrs? M n h a n n a , Mrs. Paul Howe and Mrs. Yeoman and the traveling award went lo'Mrs. Byron Chesnut. After Mrs, Stoneman served refreshments, Santa Claus arrived, bringing a basket of candy canes and a gift for each on Next meeting of X-K'. is Jan. 3, 1:30 o'clock, at (he home of Mrs. Ed Helm, 2217. Ninth pycnue. Moos* Auxiliary Trtats Boys to Party Women of the Moose gave a Christmas p a r t y Saturday afternoon for a group of underprivileged children selected for them by the child welfare department of \Vcld county.* Boys, between the ages of 10 and J2 f were treated to a iiie-i party at Hv Chiff. They saw the film, Target Zero. After the show, each was presented a bag of candy, nuts, orangt and popcorn balls Mrs. Phillip Schneider, sucial service c h a i r m a n , and her committee had charge of the parly. Never allow turkey, broth stuffing or-gravy to remain at room temperature af ter - meal is served. Before refrigerating the turkey, remove all stuffing from the carcass and put it in a covered bowl. Wrap the turkey separately. Put Lrolh and gravy in separate containers. Washington Social Year By JAN* EADS WASHINGTON - Hostess Perlc Mcsla was pinned with a hi;, gold star. This was not for her talent at party-giving. II '.vas for her "outstanding contribution in the field of human relations." The former United Stales minister lo Luxembourg, in receiving the honor from the Women's Advertising club ot Washington, was cited specifically for hi-r n' 'ficial Rood will world to r where she talked with (he heads of many Far Eastern countries .ind with our servicemen stationed in various faraway posts this fall. In an interview with a local society reporter wJ.o asked her for her definition -of "Focie" " Pcrle decried Ihe' dictionary definition which in part describes it as the "leisure class." "There-is no leisure class any more," Ferle'said. "Society used to be a form of snobbery. Rut thank heaven, that has changed and is continuing to change. The so-called leisure clasc is the busiest class these days. And it's a welt-known fact that the more you have lo do the more you can do." Mrs. Mesta .lectures around the country, Th-" money from the lectures goes into Ihr scholarship fund she created to send Lux cm bourg students to this country. . * * * The Georgetown house which Gov. Christian Herter of Ma'ssa- chusetls owns and in which he lived while he was 1 ! member of Congress, is now rented by Central Intelligence Agency Director ant! Mrs. Allen Dulles. Before the secretary of state's brother moved into the charming residence with its curving iron staircase it was occupied by th former Air Force Secretary and Mrs, Harold Talbotl. , . Also expecting lo make their! home In historic and -swank Georgetown are former Chief of Naval Operations and Mrs. Robert Carney, win were among Ihe town's most popular hosts when Ihey Jived at the Admiral's House. * + · * The Ally .-Gen. and Mrs. Brown: ell and hostess Mrs. Merriwealher Post have ~ent out invitations for a party honoring Grover Whalun. former official greater, of New York,.\Vhalen has.just finished has autobiography -"Mr. New York," which he was busily working on last summer .while he was 2 yucst of Mrs. Tost at. her Adirondack? camp "Topridge/' Courtesy Parking 913 ll(h Street Glittering Gold Separates Captured from the Far. East t h e s e intricately patterned separates combine the splen- ^dov of Oriental design with the casualness of the Western world Enhanced by the glitter of gold, they afford new glamour to the realm of casual sportswear. Lovely indeed for Holiday giving. I'HICKU to Evans . Lighting Contest Iriirn; 1817'Thirteenth street, D. Vayne Smith; 1806 Fourteenth (reel road, .Ted Stdckllcth; 1910 "ourlconth street road, Lewis Dorcy; 1717 Fi/lcenlh ftrtcf, Dorothy Martin (first place wiiner in area); 525 Fifteenth' avemn. , r ;* Elmer .Ixy was initialed'- inlo'"membership o f " the VFW auxiliary Tuesday night. Mrs. Earl Crisp presided al tne mccling at t h e ' V F W hall. he. auxiliary planned-a . party for'-the- patients at the VFW hospital in Denver sometime in March. Airs. Robert. Bliss, rehabilitation chairman, has distributed food and clothing valued at $66.25. Five dollars was voted for the coming polio drive. Mem bers collected over £29 for the boy scout drive. Money was turned over lo Lewis Oster, boy scout lender. Christmas parly for members of the post .and auxiliary and Ihcir children was held at the hall Thursday evening. The Christmas Irce and some remaining sacks of treats were given lo' Ihe Methodist church and Sunday school M r , ' a n d Mrs. Eugene Gibbs and family returned homo Saturday from Lincoln,. Kan., 'Where they were,; called .by the. death of .his father,' Ernest Gibbs. · : Mrs. A, B. Carpenter and grandson, Bill'Haremhurg, left Saturday for Ontario, · Calif,, where Ihey will spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Uarcmbcrg. Bill, who is .a student at Colorado AM, will return in time lo resume his studies there. .Mrs.. Carpenter will stay severabweeks. Mrs. A. B. Jennings is spending Ihe Chrislni as hoi (days with her son and family in Nebraska. Communion service will be. observed " a t the "Methodist- church Christmas eve at 7:30 p. in. Regular church service Christmas' day_ wilt be al 0 a. in."".instead"" of 11 o'clock. Church school will he at 10 a. m. as usual. Mrs. A, · J/ BislHne of Greeley has received word from her sister, Mrs, Murl Williams of Craig, that due to a delay in, getting Iheir passpurls the Williams family will not be able to leave for the Sudan, Africa, until after the first of .January. The Williams f-mily, son-in- law and daughter, of Mrs. Aj B. Carpenter, had expected "lo leave Craig Monday on the first leg of a. journey that would keep them in Africa for two years. (Continued from Paz« 1) ond. place-winner in "area); 1915 Sixth" avenue: ·" - ' ' ·' Area two, west of Eighth avenue and south of Sixteenth street: Eighth \ avenue and Eighteenth' street, Kep'ner, · Guggenheitr - L n d Crabbc halls on CSCE campus; 824 Nineteenth street; Eighth avenue and Twenty-second street, Lutheran church, . 222d Ninth avenue, II. M. Browning; Tenth "avenue between Seventeenth and Eighlcenlh streets, Frazicr hall;''-Tenth avenue 1 , Garden theater; 2214 Eleventh avenue; 2311 'Eleventh' avenue; 1851 Twelfth avenue.- - · 1863 " Thirteenth : ' avenue," : Lacy Wilkinson; -1910'Kourleenlh avenucj Curtis and -Tom Mueller; 1917 Fourteenth ayeiiile, · Have Gilborti 1722 Fifteenth avenue; 2412 Fif- Icenlh avenue, Raymond Troxcl; 1903 Eighteenth avenue; 1726 Eighteenth avenue, '-Mrs. -Clara Puts; 1915 Nineteenth avenue.' '· " '· · Twenty-second avenue 'arid Sixteenth street; 1515 Glenmere boulevard; -1617 Glenmere boulevard; I860 Mont'lew boulevard; 1910 Montview drive, Erc-st : Florio (second place winner' in area); 1805 Fairacres drive, Don Boslron Jr. (first place in area); 3-"Reservoir road; 29 Alles- drive, Marcia Ann Murphy (grand prize win 1 ner); 1914 Montview drive." Area three, west of Eighth -avenue and north of Sixteenth street: 300 Tenth ,-ivenue, Dwayne" Keiss; 1426" Fifth' street, Ralph -Sjoherg; 2435 Eighth street, Al Schmidt; 13M Ninth" street, Mrs.- VYilma Thompson^ assisted by Mrs. Joyce CarrJ 1324\Elevenlh street", Herman Wolff (second place winner in area). " ""; " ' · Tenth.street and Tenth avenue, Methodist church; Eleventh slreei and Tenth avciiuc, First Bnplisi church; Tenth avenue and Eighth street, P a r k ~ _ c h u r c h ; ' 1301 I'ley- enih avenue. 2124^ Davis street; Mrs. Pete Kciser; 90S Twenty-fourth avenue 1102 Thirteenth."street,. Roy Lan Park -School Cub. ; ^ Scouts Decorate frw al Christmas Meeting .elfer Carrier Wants , Week-To-Decide Upon: : Going^for Ihe $64,000 NEW YORK.WI -- A 54-year-old otter carrier has asked for another week to make "the biggest decision'.' ot his. life--whether to .ry for $32,000 on a $64,000 radio- :elcvision' giveaway.program/ ·- rtoscoc C. Wright of Queens, N. Y., may settle for, the ·$16,000 he already has won or try for the next . slei-$32,6oo.. Should he answer the question correctly, 'he would then have the opportunity lo try for the show's $64,000 lack- pot.. Should-, he. fail, h'e ; would get an expcnsive'convcrtibie is ft consolation.. · · · ', . - V - ' ', Wright, a. Negro, s a i d ' o n the sliow'Tuesday nigljt he hopes to use his .winnings to send his 13-year- okl son and his 10-year-old daughter to college. He has heen answering on poetry. He saitl the Christmas mail rush has kept .him from studying for the next" question. Big * Ed Siill Has Cold DENVER Wi -- Gov. Erf C. Johnson remained at home Wednesday for the. second successive ' d a y fighting what.office associates sale was a mild cold:. They reported the/governor was spending 1 considerable'tinie working on his mail and expected: to re turn to the office-Thursday. · ' Spain h a s t lengthened its roa system by 1,'SOO miles in the las three .years. ' ·' - Call 3903 = CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENTS ' 'Plants ahd.Cbrcaget ·All!! Acres 52 -- » Hsrolrf AdcpcSi Cub Scouts «fD*n 1 twM fluir- . Christmas meeting Friday cvcabif . it Park school. Parents. mi ClAa loriducted si-pirate 8ii!ir*a's iw- ! · lions before the feneral profrait. 1 Dean 'Morris,:pack. nusterj 'pi*-. iided. The flig ceremorj. wai ewi-_ ducted by den chiefs, Darwin" ?acklund and'Jtny .Hin'(».'.TIw: Cubs trimmed the Christmas tr««| with decorations they-hid mtdi if den meetings.. Carols .were aunf by the group, with the .v«riie*'.' den members acting aY leaden: 1 :·': 'Awards went to CcmeU SwansfM,.; one gold and two silver arrows nii-j; der wolf badge; Lirry ;Carlson,;. jpld and silver arrow iuider wolf i . jidge; Jimmy Hqlbrook, lilver arrow under"- wolf : balge; : Billyh. Harms,'lions book;' AUra Kelly,'' wolf badge; Bobby Norris,' golij «r-:. row under .bear -badge;v.Nleklt: Siangan, gold" 1 arrow.'under .H^( aailgc; Tommy Doctor, iliant';·» badge; and Jimmy Morris,'iervlc* star. . - . · · . - - · · ' . · " ' · ' · Gifts were distributed lo the »l«n mothers and committeemu -mA officers and to Miss Wilraa geott, principal of Park school.'^^-: - · - , . . \ Allen Hagood, Exployer Scout, showed films which were'ttken «n a trip to Alaska last summer. Thb den · chiefs retrieved- the colon. .Christmas stockings'-were dii-. tributed to all the children prti- ent. - · · - · - . ' . ... ... - . ., Increased .drinking by eenageri Kas caused Britain to start an ia- r - quiry. · : · . ," The Toggery Shop - THURSDAY ONLY! after-Christmas A. Batwlng Bloutf, with an added touch of Jewefed butloni. Sizes 12 to 18, B. Cummerbund fn sclld colon, to accentuate the illm illhcuetle. C. SKINNY Pjntt, the new slim, trim look, «fz» 12 to 14. L__ D. Full Flare Skirt, catually styled for rfreat or play, sliti 12 to 18, _; E. Bermudr Shorts,'styled with j'view of H A A iprrngtlme fun ahead. Sizes 12 t» 18, --.'- -- Vi9O f. Fancy Pan Is, for fancy-frep casual wear. O OO SI«i 12 to f«. Not lHuitrated. J*90 3.98 1.00 4,98 5.98 Korean Crown Found SEOUL, Korea in--A gold crown adorned with thousands of "gems and other articles from a monarchy which began, before the dawn of the Christian ara ^have been unearthed near the southeast port of Pusan. , Officials of the National museum said, the articles came from the ancient Sylla dynasty, which lasted for 1,000 years. They were found near Kyongju, capital of the Sylla dynasty. Road builders eam'e across them in a burial mound. They also found two pair of gold earrings, a jjold bracelet, a gold necklace, a silver bracelet, an iron pot, bronze ware, an iron sword and several pieces of earthenware. Drive-in Cleanup TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Wl--Drive- in trash 'cans are Florida's latest method of coaxing niolorisls not to scalier rubbish along the highways. Signs along the right-of-way advise drivers they are approaching the cans which arc set back from Ihe road and reached by semi-circular* approaches. All Ihe motorist has to do is pause briefly, lean out the car window, drop in his Irash and he on his way. Warning PLATTSMOUTH, Neb. Ml -- A big sign or Ihe highway entering Plattsmouth w a r n s motorists: "Slow 1 Live-Children Ahead." USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS I N M E M O R I A M t 4- ·-+ UM Your JOSLIN Chart* Account SPORTS WEAR .-. . MEZZANINE ,- JONES In loving memory o( our beloved husband and ..father, A r c h i e Jo'nev who passed away two ·years ago, December 21. ·We are sad within our memory, I lxmely are our hearts today, We think or him In silence, iVo eye may gee us weep: tout many silent tears are shed When others are asleep. 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