Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 15, 1962 · Page 3
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Graphic Follows Yule Tradition Since 1W, Graphic Club members have enjoyed a day together at Christmas time. The 1962 day was ceiebiated! with a luncheon Wednesday in the I "party room" of the G a r d e n ' Kitchen. Outgoing officers. Mmes Frank Walek. Robert Bliss and \ Bruce Parker, were hostesses. Uevorations and favors appropriate to the season decorated the tables. Among the 24 members and guests present were Mrs,. Grace Cushman of Denver, a former member, and Miss Gladys Groves and Mrs. 0. S. Herdman. new' members of Graphic. After the luncheon. Mrs. Kobert Bliss read the story. "Memorv of a Large Christmas," by Lillian Smith. The story relates 'the "endearing customs ;md delights of this famous novelist's own deep south childhood," s p e n t in a rambling house set under great oaks hung with Spanish moss. The Christmas preparations, papa's Bible reading. Big Grandma's supervising of the ho;: butchering, the nutting party, the! Th c marriage of Miss Patricia antics of the nine childre'n-al!J A - Thompson, daughter of Major make the story very entertaining.| ail(1 Irs L - D - Thompson ol At the close of the meeting.! 12430 E 31sl Ave - Aurora . and Mrs. Walek presented the gavel' to the new president, Mrs. Robert Bliss. Mrs. Nyal Adams is the new program chairman i Personal messages were written to absent members. Mis,s Mary Kendel. Mrs. J. A. Weaver and Mrs. Mabel Mead Marsh. Trinity Lutheran School Lunch Menus Trinity Lutheran School lunctj menus for the week beginning Dec. 17: Monday: Spanish rke with At Hospital Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital Friday. Dec. 14: i Charles Carlson. P 105. Jackson i Blvd.; Mark Winters, Ault; Roo- Stork Expms Born to Mr. and Mrs. Noel! IVan Hayes Jr. of Meeteetse.l Crocketts Plan Party Dec. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Crockett will celebrate their JMh wedding anniversary with an open house at their home at 2643 12!h Ave. Court. The party will be Dec. 23. not Sunday (tomorrow i as stated earlier. Friends and neighbors are in- . . -man n. Mm van vited to call from Z to 5 p.m. The ***: !«"» *" »'"* oran«e|605 E. 16th St.; Mrs. Louis Mils- L V I j,^,,.^, rv~.l,,j^ ...I. .I.-. -:r... i-_ :. iwrtinnc anH i*\\itrM\ (wars* bread J--tt r.._. n-_t. ».- « _ . . iwuia cilia .^imic Sat, D«c. 15, 1982 GREELEY TRIBUNE Paft 3 Her on Friday, Dec. 14. * Vdd County General Hospital HELSLNK1 - Finish iarmin hamburger; lettuce with thousand aid Kaiser. 2MO uth Ave.: island dressing; buttered spinach: not whole wheat rolls aw) butter: spiced applesauce; » pint milk. Wyo.. a daughter, Katherine Susanne. on Friday. Dec. 14. at ; report more crops failing. Charles Kunanan. Fort Lupton;;^. ' H ospital. Cody, Wyo. The Anna Foose. S08 4th Ave.; Thorn-i Van Hayes have three other chil-: as Vievra. Kersey; Mary Bliss,idre n all boys, and they arejBRANT.N'ER CARD OF THANKS Tuesday: Beef and vegetable'" N. U Ave, Mrs. George Xeto.j|«*- /''' 361 ' * 4 ' H y e S Crocketts ask that gifts be omit- sections and colored pears; bread ' · " '-*-'--L ted. blonde pint Coming Events Navy Mothers, Christmas dinner. Blue Flame Room, 12:30: dollar gilt exchange. anc 1 butter sandwiches; peanut butter brownies: milk. Wednesday. Baked beans with bacon: combination salad: hot rarnbread and butter: cherry pudding cake; L : pint milk. Thursday: Roast turkey: mash- Mr. nd Mrs. Rkhird H. Hoplcm. PM* ky N«h. Marriage Solemnized in Chapel SONJA CLAUSON (if Aull left last week for Karachi, Pakistan where she will work for the American Embassy a? a secretary. Kor the past year and a half Miss, Clauson has lccn employed as a secretary in Washington. D. C.. fertile government In the department of the Administrative Support lo the Army. She majored in music and is a graduate of the University of Colorado a! Boulder. On her way lo Pakistan she will visit at Frankfort. Germany; Hume. Italy, and Beirut. Lebanon. Before leaving fur Pakistan, shi spent n week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clauson ol 306 Grade Ave., Aull. Itichard H. Hopkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hopkins of 1816 Hth Ave.. was solemnized last Sunday afternoon in Farr Chapel of the First Congregational Church. The bride is a junior and the bridegroom, a senior, at Col- jorado State College. The Rev. Frederick W. llyslof jwrformed the double ring ceremony in the presence of 60 guests, ifhe bride's father, retired from 'the Air Force, pave her away Miss De Ann Warren was organist and Miss Suii Perry, vocalist. Miss Perry sang "This My Be oved" and "The 1-ord's Prayer." The altar was decorated with lowers and candles. The bride w-orc a white bailer- na length gown with organta skirt and lace bodice. Her shoulder length veil was held by a matching crown of petals. The aridal bouquet was ol while carnations centered with a gardenia and complemented with small red Christmas balls and holly leaves. Miss Bonnie I. Swkher. junior at CSC from Carrlxiro. N.C.. ant] (irmer roommate of the bride vas maid of honor. Miss Cind Waticencr of Aurora, hich school .he bridal pair left for a four-day wneymoon in Colorado Springs. For going away the bride wore an uvocado green dress and brown iccessories. The llopkinses are now at home in an apartment at the United Campus Christian Fellowship Center, 1938 9lh Ave. Both will continue their college courses. Hopkins is a graduate of College High School, is employed part time as a checker at Miller's Super Market. Easy-See Diagram PRINTED PATTERN 4828 Mrs. M. D. Hall Gives Book Review J Mrs. M. I). Hull reviewed Joust Po!dern1an's "Vincent" for the AAUW Ikwk Reviewers Monday evening at the home i Mrs Lloyd Carney. Mrs. Arno l.tiker wrvcd as co-hostess for tin- group Mrs. Ilnll told Ule group that Polderman has ttcen able lo ii aw on a mass of fresh material, letters, diaries, i cniini.sccnscs. which enable him to clarify much of the legend surrounding Vincent Van Nest mw-linp will be at tlic home of Mrs. Wallace Aas with Mrs. Herman Williams as the viewer. classmate of the bride, was bridesmaid They were altirc( alike in dresses of red velveteen nd white brocade. Their bouquet were of while carnations. rc Christmas balls and holly. The Weddlntf' guesl hook wa= kept by the bride' sister. Mis.- -luHv Thompson nf Aurora. Thomas P. Freemen of Denver, graduate student at the college. ; lest man. .toe Hink of Ois- iK'r. Wyo. bic.ther-in-lnw of I!K? bridegroom, u-as groumsman Ushers were Ht.n Hink of Cas- 'r a:nl Hun Moody, nephew and iuh school classmate of the brtde- room. respectively. A reception was held in Fellowship Hall of the 'I'urch niter the 1 o'clock wedding. Afterward* Group. Christmas party. Mrs. Annetta Morris. 1217 llth Ave.: secret pal gift exchange. Grandmothers, Christmas dinner, Camfield Hotel, 1:00: gift exchange, Mrs. Marion Bryan, 1431 14th Ave. PEG, Chapter EC, Mrs. J. L Johansen, 2534 12th Ave. Court 7:30: small gift exchange. Townsend Club No. 1, Gold Medallion Room. 1:00. Royal Neighbors, social meeting and Christmas party, DAV Hall: 50-cent gift exchange and mond Peterson, 81030th Ave. Ct.; I Ella Spomer of Milliken and Thank* lo Mr. »nd Mrs. Clarence Sitztnan, Jack Rcdui. David Buscb, Merle Allen. Suraerau. KFKA and f...- c-,.~ o i »t n '-- ·«·--" ~"» -·""«. .^/"M.* ~"| ^nucs auiQvrau. urivA *mi ier. Estes Park; Mrs. Hay-ljiaiitoi. Grandparents are Mrs.i their suft. also Hmmmond Mrs. Celeste Rumney. Rt. 4: Mr. and Mrs. Noel Van Hayes Sr, George Egner, Loveland; Lionel of Wichita. Kan. A great-grand- First Baptist Church Sunshine ed potatoes and gravy; buttered ;reen bean; candier 1 sweet po- :atoes: French bread and butter; pumpkin pie: 4 pint milk. Rife. Wray; Mrs. Ramona Flores, J04 9th Ave.; Robert Baker, 1510 llth Ave.: Mrs. Henry Erbes, 11017 5th St.: Mrs. Kenneth Sass and son, 2626 21st Ave.: Mrs. James Ventrello and son. 2206 10th Ave. Q.: Mrs. Sam Cook and daughter. 213 llth Ave.: Mrs Edward Richling and son, 805 peas; orange wedges; carrot sticks; rice crispie treats; pint milk. Friday: Krautburgers; buttered 6th St.: Mrs. Lee Miller, Gill; mother, Mrs. Anna Balent. lives in Milliken. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson of Rt. 3, a daughter on Friday. Dec. 14, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martinez of Fort Collins, a daugh- Rosa Flores. 204 9th Ave.; John McNulty. 1323 7th Ave.; Collette Rutherford, Rt. 3. Mock Hollandaise sauce is usually made by adding egg yolks. \till Calendar \ friendly ncr for husbands. election of officers. Dental Assistants, Jeanne Kissler. Christmas party. Progressive Homemakers, Christmas party, Mrs. Harry Benner; out-going officers host esses. Evening Duplicate Bridge Club, Christmas party. Legion Club: dinner, 6:00; regular play to follow. TUESDAY Creeley Garden Club, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, 22 Alles Acres. Evans VFW Auxiliary, social meeting, Adamson-Warmuth Post Home, 8:00. St. Clare's Guild, dinner am meeting. Parish Hall. 6:30. Three Rs. Christmas party, Mrs. Burrell Coburn. 624 13th St.. 7:30; 50-cent gift exchange. Executive Committee of American Legion Auxiliary. Christmas party, Mrs. Late Grindle. 806 28th Ave., 8:00. Tourist, Mrs. E. C. Harrah. 1715 13lh St. gift exchange. Wimodausis. Christmas party, Rlue Flame Room; gift change with secret pals. Missionary Group of Greele) Baptist Temple, church. 1:30 DAR, luncheon. Country Club 1:00: Mrs. John A. Weaver Jr to give Christmas program Mrs. Ernest Florio and Mrs Earl A. Waite. hostesses. Quaintancc Club of First Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Johnson. 1905 OUi Ave., 7:30: Mrs. Margaret Johnson aFHStlne. Make-Do Hobby Club. Mrs. Ernest Meyer. 2115 13th St.. 6:00. leave gifts and go to Ebony Room. Legion Club for dinner: return to Meyer home for Christmas party. North Kersey Club, Mrs. Glenn Cockroft, northeast of Kersey. 1:00; Christmas gift exchange and election of officers. mock sauce is delightful over ing a tablespoon as a measure cooked vegetables. It may also be useo for Eggs Benedict. When a recipe calls for '« cup of an ingredient, use a emon juice and cayenne pepper cup nest-type measure: there are o medium white sauce. This 4 tablespoons in Vi cup, but US' Organ Co.. and Campus Music, (or the beautiful memorial program for our beloved children. This was truly a beautiful tribute to them and a wonderful gift to us. We »lso want to thank Fathers Xevanl. Banlgan and Ryan far th« beautiful solemn high maas; also the sisters and children for their singing and prayers. Also all our Mends for their kindness at this time. May God bless you all. : Th« Jos Branlner family Buy Beanlifil Christmas ArrngHMits /, SPECIALS 4*A'I a be See the diagram--even ginner can stitch up this jumpci in a day: Scoop neck reveals Needle Circle, din- b ' OU:C beneath, back has plcai Lulu'""' half-belt. tinted Pattern 4828: Chi! Mrs. Women's Fellowship Installs New Officers Women's Fellowship of ;· John's Lutheran Church held i slalkit.ion nf officers and sen pais exchanged ('.ills al a im'i ing last wc(-k. \ Programs fni Ihr enmin^ year UOIT annmiui rd. The nrnup san-: "Joy lo Ihr Win-Ill." Silent Nidlt." and "II L i t t l e Town (if Iteihlc- lirnt." The Urv Max Vhnenhaar j:ave t h e Wnrshi|) service. IlnsU"-ses weic Mmo Viclnr Schwarl/. Itaymund C.iesit-k and John Stencil. Next meeting will lc ,l;in. fi. Clmir cnnicrt, Congregational Church. 8:W. Tt'F.SDAY Wyatl Hume Demonstration. luncheon and Chrislmas party. Mrs Dale Prior. WKD.NKSDAY Aull Woman's Club. Christmas luncheon. Mrs. John Wil- lielm. 311J 2Ist Ave. Court. Gr.'eley. b«is Kellm\sillp. dueled h|- liincheim. Mrs. Roma Dobbs Imsless. F R I D A Y Ih'ipHiiZ Haiiil. Christinas par ly. M i s Herinec Ciunson. SATURDAY drcn's Sir.os 2. 1. 6. 8. 10. Size 6 umpcr m yards 54-inch.; bloure 1 yard 30-inch. Fifty cents in c.iins for thi: satern--add 10 ci-nis for carl 3-itlern (or tsl-class mailing Send tc Anne Adams. iGreelc; Tribune 3«3, Palicrn Oe.pl.. 24 We I 17lh St.. New York 11. X. Y Print pl.'iinly name, address w i t ] 7.'. 1 and style numlcr. Over 100 answers to "what-to wear"--in our now full color Fall- Winter Pattern Calalng. Casual. dre:sy. schmil-all .sizes! Send now BALMACAAN SPECIAL BUYS 9 44 Cotton poplin r a i n- coats treated w i t h Scotchgard® stain 'n water repeller! Our snap-out quilt-lined model adjusts to the weather . . . beige, green, 8 to 20. Social Briefs Members of Uic Weld County Division of PNAC had their annual turkey dinner and Christmas party at the Tea House Monday. Mrs. Ellen Hogg will be president i replacing Mrs. Marie Walz who! resigned. Miss Hazel Hill and! Mrs. Frances L. Sherwood were in charge of Christmas decorations for tile table. Mrs. Walz pave the invocation Next meet- in; will be Jan. 14. nt the old dininj room of Ronell Home with Mrs. Edna Wallace and Mrs. Neva MrKinlev. lionesses. Hn'it a icci|H' calls for "a VFW. Post 4334 and Auxiliiry.iilash." add less lhan one-eighth t'hii'.lni.-is parly. VFW Hall 'li-.V|M"ii OPEN Saturday, Afternoons through Sa'., Dfc ?9 BARBER STUDIO. lO'O Eighth Avtnut Kcir Christmas . . . Open Friday Nightt ZALE'S i i GIFT VALUES NO PAYMENTS 'TIL FEBRUARY, 1963! i GREAT ZALE VALUE ..,. LOW ZALE PRICEI SCOTCHGARD® FINISH ON PILE-LINED TOP POPLIN Poplin puts on a stay-fresh face of ScotchgarrJfl finish for stain repellency and waterproofing.., a jacket that stays seated during a stadium clouc burst... stays warm in any weather with Acrilan® acrylic pile lining. Sizes small to large. REDUCED! 9 88 1L SUPER-SPE Now ovoiloW* in 2 modeU for or t r n d t r b e o r d i . . . t e r - r f jiifont coie . . . surgical itoel waihablt head. OM.Y Open Every Night Till Chrijtmot Open Sunday 12 to 5 «o« Mh St.-ctt SAVE! BEVELED EDGE PLATE GLASS MIRRORS! WOMEN'S AND BOYS' BIG OVERSHOE BUY! 16 88 The finest |tialit.Y mirror »t a special low price! Reveled nitre backed with trmsimitc . . . lumpers mi back iH'fniil vertical or horizontal hanging. T n i n grotnul gla-s in the mo.S vvmued 30 x 40-in. 3 44 Ce! preparctl today for these wintry days ahead j Choose from women's button-over style plastic : gal;shes in white w i t h white i-ylon pile cuff, sizes t to 10 or boys' black zipper front all rubber overshoes (HS shown) in sizes 11 to 5' ·»! Open every night till 8:30 p.m. m-Vl\ 8th Street, Uretley

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