Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 14, 1962 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 14, 1962
Page 15
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First United Presbyterian Church Circles Hold December Meetings ·"Love For The Neighbor" was the Bible lesson given at tit Circle meetings ( f the First foiled Presbyterian Church when the members met last week. All groups reported many calls made on those unable to attend the meetings. Accounts of the various meetings are as follows: Ttu-M tni ttira Circles Three and Nine met a! the church annex with Mrs. Mo.-, ris Johnson and Mis. E C. Helfenstine as tea hosiewws. Chairmen of the.-e groups, Mrs. W. J. Gladstone and Mrs. Oliver Goldsmith, poured. Mi s 1'earl Merriman presented the Bible study and Mrs. 0. S. Hei dman read the Christmas story for the program. Mrs. Helfei.stine read from the yearbook ol prayer. Four anil svtn Members of Circles Four and Seven held a joinl meeting in the Gold Medallion Room. Mmes. Ed Berretl. G. H. Shoemaker and Joe Shoemaker were hostesses and served cookies, collee and tea to 12 members from each cir- GIFTS For The Home ore olwoys wanted Ond long cherished GIFT SHOP 1215 Eighth Ave. Fret Parking cl' and their guest. Mrs. Mollie Kills. Mrs. George Page and Mrs. Ruber 1 Accola were in .'harge of the program which opened with the group singing carols along with recordings of Mitch Miller. Concluding the program. Mrs. Kills read two Christinas stories, "The Christmas We Will Never Forget" and "The Seventh Christmas." Six -Mrs. Percy Goldsmith enter- lained Circle Six at her home with a turkey dinner. Mrs. James Park assisted her. Eleven members and two guests, Mrs. Henry Griffin and Mrs. 0. S. Herdman were present. The Bible study was giv- ·n by Mrs. Percy Goldsmith and Mrs Bess NewlanJ presented the program. Eight Mrs Norval Hinds assisted by Mrs. H. R. Moss and Mrs. Elizabeth McLeod entertained 16 members of Circle Eight. Mrs. Bur- delt Miller was n guest. For the program Mrs. Ber;ha Guthrie pre- senled Miss Annett» Bolender and Janet Lund who sang several numbers accompanied by Mrs. Hinds at the organ and Miss Cluryl Huckaby on the violin. Sirs. Robert Geiser read "The Christmas Story." Carols were »ung hy the group accompanied by Mrs. Hinds T»n Circle 10 met at the home of Mrs. Oliver Orcutl w i t h Mrs. Robert Turner as the assisting hostess. Dessert was served to tlie 14 members '"esenl and one guest. Mrs. Una Lucas. Bible study was conducted by Mrs. Paul Stuart. The program on Okinawa was given hy Mrs. William Stark. Mrs. Andrew Bistline reported on ihe yearbook of prayer for mis- sinn*. !WW , jEniov Luncheon j M J · res Fred Russell Elected President i%2 GREEI.EV TRIBI Ury : and Mrs. Marge'ftompsoo.'ef 353! nt Ave Caiiter p«ds [president of the HDL Club's an- The club sent 71 ? ifc tu di.l- n^^oj'ad oro.J:;''to tte ^ Welcome Wagon Newcomers! ?ua! Christmas party last week dr*" recommended by the \\el- icg. held its monthly luncheon at thei a i liie home of Mrs Les Steward ' are Department Seen-' pals __ American Legion Club on Tues-l^ -^ 14;h Av ~ M Hcvjard' "^ reiealed W l t h a ? if! «' l - ?· toe ci.^bt.- a'..u: 'he day wilh 111 members and guests; 0 ' . ' . " " , u ! ch nqc and new name- were airawv of \ou-i-a-di "i---ir'.ni in attendance. .Meward wa acting hostess. ^ rMn fo , lhe ^^^ _ vta , V f s ^ ^ ./^ , f j, · ^ ^ ^ After a shon business meeting, °' lher new ofiicer s are Mrs.! Charles Kobmion vva a «uest. rapidlv. boiling waier and see'-' Santa Claus appeared and there' W u o d r w v S 1 '"' 1 . "«·' president:' Next meeting will be Jan 15. it read, 212 dearees a', sea ere presents for all. Also on the' M r s ' Alvln ( -' nr '--'- lan *n. **«- at the home of Mrs. Fred Russell level . JADE ANNIVERSARY-Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Crockett, above, will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house (or their friends and neighbors at their home at 2643 12th Ave. Court from 2 to 5 p m. All ire invited to attend. They ask that gifts be omitted. The Crocketts have resided in Greeley for the past 10 years. They were married at Mound City, Mo.. Dec. 25. 1927. .Mrs. Crockett is the former Hazel Bommer of Mound City. They have one son. Edwin L, who is serving in the Air Force, stationed at Biloxi, Miss. They have four grandchildren. Teresa, Matthew. Gregory and Shelly. Mrs. Crockett is the current worthy matron of Garden City Chapter of Order of Eastern Star. She is employed by J. C. Penney Co. Crockett is proprietor of the Campus Shop. 1023 17th St. Photo by Nash. songs sung y a trio consistirg of Mme*.: awn Hill. Lloyd Stonebraker and! iichael Carey accompanied by Irs. Lysle Perry and two solos j ere sung by Mrs. Jerry Bigbcej ccompanied by Mrs. E. H. Hues- aer. The tables were decorated w i t h hristmas centerpieces and small littered pine cones as p l a c e ards. Mrs. Ray Mooso was ho^t-j ess fcr lhe luncheon. Her coin-' littee consisted of Mmes. Jim! Jaster, Jerry Jones, Marie COT- ingtoa. Neil Loudder. S i a n l e y *-HM * + * * * - * V** H + ^ M ***-» + * t+t-r*-*-(·*+» T t t » howers and Robert Willard. Club prizes were w f on by Mmes. rnest Wiltfang, J. Heller and Eugene Gizenski. Know how to sleani dried fruit that you want to stuff with peanut butler or fondant or nuts lor dessert treats? Put the fruit in a strainer and suspend over boiling water. Cover the fruit in the strainer i using a saucepan or K killet lid i and steam for severs minutes or until fruit is as soil as desired. ] _ USE THE TRIB'JNE WANT ADS Bible Class Hears Talk on Missions Mrs Arnold I-angenberg was juesl speaker when the Women's iible Class of the First L'niled J resbylerian Church met w i I h Mrs. Pearl Moss lasl week. Mrs. Langenberg spoke of lhe l-angenbergs' visit lo Ganada. Ariz., which is one of the mission iclds of lhe I'niled Presbyterian Church, and is located on the Navaho Indian Reservation. A brief memorial for Mrs. S. S Rhoades, a (onner member of the class, was given by Mrs. Mollie Kills. Mi's. Juhn Kern led the devotional s e r v i c e using the Christmas story. Officers and teachers elected for lhe following year were presi dent. Mrs. George Fisk; vice president, Mrs. Florise Noel): secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Bess Newland: teacher. Mrs. Mollie Kilts; assistant leacher, Mrs. Earl Barber. These were installed by Miss Edna Malson. Twenty members and two pucas, Mrs. '.angenborj; and Mrs. (iordon Moss were pres enl. Co-hostesses were Mr?. George Fisk and Mrs. Herbert Jensen. Next meelinp will he in March. Social Briefs Mrs. Mary Peterson was initi aled as a new member of the Evans VFW Auxiliary at Admson Warmuth Post Home. Mrs. Ear Crisp, president, presided. Mrs Rex Hickard reported S5.15 worth af magazines lurned in for dis tributkm to nursing homes. There will be a social meeting Tuesday at 8 p.m.. and a business meet ing Jan. 8. Mrs. Peterson won the club prize. Merry Matrons enjoyed their annual Christmas party and a turkey dinner honoring their hus hands last week al lhe Camlic Hotel. The table and dining room were decoraled in the Chiislma Iheme. Mrs. Harry Pralt and Mrs Hay Smilh were in charge of ar rangcmenLs. Following Ihe din ner. lhe group played cards, letler was read from Mrs. Ca Haworih. a former member wh I is spending lhe winter al Water vliel. Mich. Members exchanger gifts. Next meeling will be Jan s 4. at the home of Mrs. Elme .! Brooks of 1W2 14th Ave. Pre-Christmas Sale of Pianos and Organs PRICES SHARPLY REDUCED! Make this your family's .etter Carriers, Aux. Has Christmas Party Messrs, and Max Rich- irdson, .Bill Beattie, and Clyde Brown were hosts at the annual Christmas dinner and parly of the National Associaiion of Letter Carriers and Auxiliary' al the new .merican Legion lome. Banquet room and tables were iecorated in Ihe Christmas theme. 'he main centerpiece consisted of a large chimney with Santa Claus.! 'ine bough?, colore^ balls, and! line cones added a graceful note, j ut cups of miniature chimneys complemented the centerpiece. Fifty-eighl members and guesls vere present. Following the entertainment here was a gilt exchange among secret pals of the auxiliary as veil as a novelty gift exchange among all the members. Glen McDonald, carrier foreman, then presented safe-driving awards to lhe following carriers: :.awrence Keitl, Frank Bray, Ar. r Rosin. Paul Laubham, andi Allan McWillianu. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Robb. and Mr. and Mrs. Allan McWilliams will be hosls for the next meeting of the new year, Jan. 17, at the Gold Medallion Room. with an ACROSONIC by Baldwin Make this a Melody Christmas your family won't forget-with the rich music of a genuine Baidwin-built Acrosonic Piano. Ask now about special Christmas Purchase Plans. Easy budget terms. Perfect for Christmas gifting.. EATON'S Fine Letter B U F F E T S E R V I N G P I E C E S SptH'lnl h'iVlnj;« on t l i i s lovely imtleih In W n l i x l r r \\-,]. rtjx S i l v c i [ i l a l p nuuln tiy Tho I n l p r n n t i i i i i n l S i l v p r ruin- puny. All prices I n r l u i l r Fed. "»ral Tax. J O A N N E PATTERN il PC COrTKF, SB11VICK 10 I'll, rlifd-f |«il, « u g n r bowl n i n l t.n'nn:! 1 !. H » C i i l a r ?T..''J NOW 79.50 Til AY. :n I,,. R r B - j l a r SJ.5H. NOW 44.50 H D l ' M i T R A Y Hesulnr NOW 29.50 VFW Auxiliary Takes Goodies to Fitzsimons Individual bags of candy, cookies and a Christmas card were wrapped by six members of Ihe VFW Auxiliary al the home of Mrs. 11. H. Harris last week. Those assisting Mrs. Harris were Mnws. Selh Maricle, Gladys Morris Phil Hunter, Walter Rumney, and Tom Squibb. I-aler olher members of the auxiliary delivered the packages to 4S patients at Fitzsimons Hospital in Denver. Several dozen more cookies and candy were also taken. Mrs. August Pflcider- er furnished a birthday cake and one gift was taken. Mis. Squibb had 29 crossword puules for the patients. Others going besides Mrs. Squibb were Mrs. Hazel Daum, Mrs. Eslella Brown, and Miss Georgia Koenig Hospital sewing day will be at Braiwaman Hall Jan. 8, .at noon Next hospital party will be Jan. 3, at Filzsilnons. Cooked leftover peas may be added to chopped celery and prated carrot lo make a vegetable sandwich filling with contrasting texture. Moisten the veg-( etables with mayonnaise and use! whole-wheat bread. '' Good Selection of Styles and Finishes LIBERAL TERMS Open Evenings By Appointment J. S. Cable Piano Co. Baldwin Pianof and Organs U N i n t h St.. Greeley, Colo. Ph. 352-1536 FREE! $M|BMk COW POKES by Ace Reid May we rfptrt the rcaMn« you heard t h a t mukc Eaton's lhe pcrfert Chri5ima« gift; Alnays (lorrwt SiiublrforOivritidAJl Hfciioti KiqtiMtrlyGift-Roird Kvtn Kind to Your Gift Budgrt About People You Know j Mr. ^ind Mrs. Tom Kmt of · nurlhoa:-t of GrocU'y h.i\c rolurii- icd fnmi n 10-day vnaitton l:ip to [Mexico Ciiy and Ao.ipuloo, M c x i - j 'co, which they cnhiyed \ \ j t l i t h o i r i youngest daughter, Nancy, and her husband. -lames Bockcr. The Heeds left Denver by plane Deo. 1. for Mexico I'ity, where tliey mrt tlie Hcckws who live at Hins- (\',w. t i l . Koed retried the !enip- ji-rature was R.i dogcro.s and that he had gone s\vimimii£ at Acapu]- v o fast Saturday. 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