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oman 6 H ; Dauths and Smitlis Travel in Mexico .Mr., and Mrs. ^Leslie Dauth and Mn'and Mrs.''Theodore Smith-and daughter', 'Charlotte, 14, ; have ju'it returned; from '· a";-winter. holiday In'. Mexico."-The 1 Dauth's were 'gone' iiye'.weeks and "the" Smiths, 'a"fon) : Bight. They'"joined the -Dauths; at Maiallari,' a seaport in-West Mrx icb'in'.Sinalo~a'state.' ..' x .This ..was Dauth's 'fifth trip to Ma~zatla~n ' and his' wife's . third, 5milh'- u had been' there' twice ; be^ fore on fishing'trlps'but.it : was the first'jaiintftp Mexico-for Ms-wife and" daughter. The Da-:thi left Gr'eeley Nov! 12 for Tucswi, Ariz.-Tfi'ey went south from the desert city-to N.pgales. Their .'first' night .in Mexico was ape'nt at Hermbsillo, 225 mile's south »f the-border. Their roule continued to Guaymas, Alamos, Na-o- joa, Culia'can and-Mazatlan. .Th'ey stayed overnight in.Alamos,' an 'ancient; ghost i lining town with several American '.ourist ' hotels, bautli'related! 'th'at. a. : number of .Americans have bought'abandoned hbusei'.in Aiamos,,remodeled them and are ;residing there. With' 1 the rate -'of · exchange now' 12V5 .'they can live well ou a small amount of United'State's money, he explain-. ·d..The" climal; there L dry and mild.. ' ' .'. '. '· .-'.-- r ' 'Around Ciiliacan. the Mexican government is . spending...millions of'. pesos to 'develop 'the country and '.bring ' hundreds 'of 'thousands dfr' acres'- of - land under · irrigation: This section is.considered the bread basket, of^Mexico.iDauth said!: A" vast'amount.'of'vegetables is ship, pe'd from '.Culiacan'. into- this^ country^ Due to the hurricanes there is ani abundance' of -water this year and lakes; which have been: almost dry:for 20 years, are filled. ;.;-.' ;' ' 'Mr., ind Mrs. James Herman of. Eaton ^announced the" engagement of their diughler.'Hlrleen Kae, above; to" Robert McPeak :oi'. Hudson. / .. .' ' . · '· ; Miss" Herman' attended - Fort: Lupton and: Eaton/'schools. tSlie. is emplpyed^by 1 '. ihe : National -Car- loading corporation of.-Denver,'Her fiance'., u 'a 1951 graduat^^f.Hud- son . high." He is..working: in .Fprl Lijpfdn for Anderson's Service station. . .: ' .:·'.' . ' / . . " . " . " · ' WINDSOR' -- ' R e u n i o n ; of, five ' .The'D'auths.arrived at'Mazatlan Nev. ! 16. an.d . checked. : .in ..at the Freeman hotel, where they always stay. -This" 12-stp'ry-.hotel/on .the ocean frohl, where many Greeley p'eopie have regutered in the.past 'five years,-hai been in the process of: ,i completion ''for.'. 11'-years.-It has been built by.native hand labor. AIT the walls'and floors'are-tile. "I -wilT be.surprised, if/it;is; ever "worry; abouTanything"dbw5;there"," he r added.' " :· - . \ · ··' - '.- · During their'.stay in.Maz.atlan, Mrs.- Dauth attended,the'.Colegio d Picifico,. studying \Sp_amsh: ·-.Often while she- wr s ,in-,cl iss.she .looked do'wntat the beach 'and saw .her husband turf fishinB:,.They = b'rougM home a '· box 'oJ: sierras (Spanish tria'ckeifel). to .;share ; with Vtheir friends. The .fish .were .dried : for tlit m · by; the "wife of D'au'l h's .Mexican'.fishing 'companion.; An' their fishing I was -'turf (except \for Tone, boat :trip when they -went several rriUesiiiiit.to'sea...,. .. .·'; .-·: '"Oh "Dec." » th«'fivc"leff:for San Blai, M75 .miles-south, of .Mf tatUri. There .-'they ' took" a' c"anoe..fishing tnp.;]5 : --miles'.- lip.-'the.·river, "which ·.bounds withrcrioeodijes ·and-lrop- ical birflv swarm in'-the- trees '.'on Hsj'jungl* 'snores: ."The crocodiles dofl't-bother you',.". Dauth declared. ' VThey; stay.''.back-til" -:the,-brush." Th*ere':werey.ieven. .in ; the-.'eanoe including iheir parlypVhe.i|uidend hi's.iliftle ioh.'.'.They /maae'-'a^-goixl catch /of -large, while': sea bass'.' '.-. Trom; S an flja s' the; Greeley' tour? lit s : d'r'b'i'e'to'Gu Ida la jara and iperrt two *ndja ; half,days' there ,-visitin* *·-·-' ! -'--i"i--·.' ind - glass -.-' factor* , brothers, and. a .sisle'r. who had' r not met. for. 27 yea/s, 'was one .of 'the outjl amiing ; (eatur es . o[ .a n - 1 S '"d ay trip ·: for '"'Mr. . and ...Mrs... M. .' Wl Karowsky, Windsor Vm'ercharit 'and hii'..wife,. %ho arrived home Wednesday'. forenoon; -.; The.ir, .s.d.'n, Charles Karowsky,'. Greeley attorney" 'met -'them at "Denver." The Windsor. couple. went,to_New York to. 'attend; ' thfe .wedding, fit;'. Miss Doris . 'Karowsky, , Jiece of Karowsky, who became the bride" of Eddie Singer, in" .that city. Nov. . 17. . ; ". Of -the five, brothers. and..the. ,sis ; ter. -the Windsor resident;. wasilhe only one-, to. leave iNew ; York. .to make -his- home.- Hefcame'-we'st 45 years: 'ago.--. This . was .his i.second trip-.back to ; -New Yorki'The-Wind'-' sbti couple were entertained .royally^while. injthe^cily: -They visited many "of ^ the :famous ; places "in- th'at area, : including jthe j UN :i building where -.they, attended) a f session.' of the. organization: Some 1 of the other places ·visited/. were: : Rockefeller Ray f Anderson , Weds in Eilglaiid^ t' r * F i ·· f I The Union Chapelr Broughton · Northanls, England .was the scene of a double ring ceremony oa Dee 3 that ^united4 in marriage'Miss Gloria Jems,' daughter*of Mr v »nd Mrs.'-iL. M. VJervU of.' Northahts, and Raymond Anderson, son of Mr. and -Mrs. 'M art in" : Anderson": of i'Oi II. Chaplain Elmore Nelson of the US aKfcrcs off ciaUd , , , Aiter. r the ^ bride. wa E :-. esc ort ed T to the allar.by,her father, .the:50.rela- tives and: friends .langr.LeadvUi Heavenly Father, Lead Us lol Ipwins, the .ceremony,: cablegrams frdni/-.the,--family;., relatives -vand friends-.were read and the audience sang 0 : Promise; Me. i The bride wore »·; gown of. while silver-flowered..-, nylon , net. -over satin with · long nylon n e t ; gloves'. Her full lengthweil.descended.from a small hat of white 'ratin trimmed in 'orange .blossoms. 'She -.wore :silver : satin- ballerina shoes and carried spray.of pink and white carnations, t Marian-,Wells ,and-Maureen Col lier,. friends of - th?/bride, were bridesmaids. Their gowns ; were of pale blue-net with silver design and little pink flowers on the sleeves a.nd · collar. .They -· wore flowered headdres'ses, andr-carried: a . spray of pink flowers.' Rosina and Carole Jervis,'., sisfersKOff the, bride i were junior -bridesmaids. ·xTheir/-gowhs were .off-blue net over while: satin trimmed in pink flowers on the sleeves,'collar and-he'ii..: They- also carried -a spray.'of .pink' flowers --:-The bride's. mother\wbre'.an. afu ernoon -dress of.-'black, and white wool :jersey:'-She-wore .a icorsage of carnation];, ·'. I : . · · . - · · ·_', -. . v : ' Laurie" "Jems, : brother : of*-the . r n . s . 1320 .'Twelfth' ·: street .'-innoiinci?' the engagement ot.th'eir daughter, I«ila, 16' Ben'-'}V»ck«rI' '«ph; ; of.=.'»lr.^iind Mrs:! John Wicker bt.ea'i'fbi Gree- i«y.' ;··!:··::'.:;···- ^ v J ^ ' ^ : - ' - - s' : Miss Bcnjarriin is a, 19S2 griduali; of: Greeley ;' high'. -She " now :.ls ,*m- ployed .'in the'. claim;-. office Jpf/Jtlie Stale 'iFa'rm 'Iiisilrance Vcpm'iwny. 1 )' . .Wa'cker w ! 'graduated 'from" Kersey 'high- in' 1952. ' He Is, a' 'student at ·'Coldrado'.-.'A'tM,!'. taking *» jae- veterinary ppufse. ;'"/· .· J' / ,··' , " j '.. ' A' wedding date has .not been, set.' bride, ^served.- as ibest:.man-:and master-of-ceremomes- at: a ' "recep- lion/held at-'the home 'of the.bride immediately after the. ceremony; The', bride'cul'-lhe three-tier cake serving the first piece-to: her husband, i · : . ; : : · / · .'v . .- : · . The brid e.': a ttended s chool -', at Broughton, ; -Erigland arid has. been employed .there.-The groom is' a graduate .of · Ihe 'Gill'High school a'nd iseryebVitwo 'years"'with the US · army in;. England. After'- his discharge in'May. he- was engaged in · farming -near. Gill:' He ' flew to E ngl and' ir." Nov ern £er- f or: tbc - wcd- dins-and-the^cdiiple-'plah to"return after the first'of the year when;he will;resume farming. - ; . i . - . : ' ."· : Jj.\ Raymond An^rion'ami .hljtlbrid*, rhfl^fo'rmir.'Glftria J^tfv'li'Af Northanti, Epgland., .' ' ( y '-, ' i \ .'i "'^'/ . . ,' ",. · : - : cenlery/Hyde.v.park, ; where--..they were'.guided .through ·the''*Fresiden1 home "a.fid.the.library,'.'arid .the^" j-KATON -V.Mr:- and',Mrs. r -,Theo Ga'tes celebrate^ 'theiir' sIx'tie'th w'ed; riiv'ersary. Dec. : 18, .and; the-Lairs their .Mth: Ihe: following day. Beau-, tiful corsages of,deep red.'.carna-. lions 'with .pelal-pink acccmsKworn by Mrs. :LAir ;and Mrs.- Gress, were gifts from .Ihe hosts,- as i'cre dhe "carnation :boutonnie'res.--worn.Uby the. grooms of 54 years: : ·!'-;---A',' . Yultide decorations we'rC'U's'ed on the table where covers' were'placed for the'honored gue'sls 1 and' Mr; arid Mrs. Jcrre Gress of Severance, Mr.' and Mrs. If. L, Brooks' arid the hosts.-'- 1 - ·' · '·. · i ·'· "·· ''·.'· /·'·' · 'Cub ,Scoiit's ;trimm_ed a tree /wllh hual'.. Christmas''; parly Saturday night''at : 7:'SO b'clock'ih ,the v A'mcr- ic'an -Legion hall.', Nowiy;' plecled cub'ma sicr'/George" Spnngsi'dri,'-'as- sisted ..by the'new bpard,' J cpnduct- e'd the. business'.'mec'tin'g." "Awards lyere 'given\o- Cubj Scpuls' ^vho.had earnc.d.-lliem. : ../- ?': : ' ; ± ' ; y ^'^V/;1 i Sub. Scouts ·trimmed 'srtieVwlth TH*ey : brought ··'food ^a'nd.toys-.lojbe given'- to',a ''deserving'tfarnily.J A'cti- cemetery/ - pn'i their 'way.^eastw^rd,' between trains. they_-h'ad. a : .touf ,6f ;Chicagb.. But Ihe' eitiemely-;co"-:...we!Hher prevented'..': thi'rn from 'J. venturing out/ on th'eif'i.way''home'. 1 -Th : e;trip j was made,TM th'e'Cjty'-of^p.enveir.. . Mrs ._Eea ri - CKlck,". .': t'-Jiorjie : f rpm a twq.,'week:«tr.iii^t'g jTujsa;,! -'Ok'4-, where .'aSiMpcjiV t ' ' ion- a"nd'''aaiixhie Mrs. : -W.il!i.am''(Bil!)'Cliick).anJvw.ith tKeir jchildren^'Billy ;Bond Jat.d, Jo Lind.:.Mrs"'...Ch|ck,trayeled'hy:,bws. 'As Christmas d.inrfer, in-'. Windspr an'd'''anolher one, with th'eir.'daug'h- , -, the}tim'^w.ith' :h*r r-in/faw^'Mr." ! ,'and ' js;0ne',6f thi^iiK-e.verits ofi' d ;t}i:eX..(;Sri5tjas .season'-'for, th't Jfexitanv'p'eople: .; " ''.'- VF.rb'rrr-Fartcuaro: they/ continued \f,Mpfelia' and took-lhjs island route n : orth.'-"'to'';Zacat«as;, /on, 'thi;; 1H| Christmas meeling. of the ;Mis- sipnary ( society/of the Congregational church was held 'Wednesday afternoon ,of last ,wepk at .the church \ with, -Mrs. ;'..3 S ,C., 'Dickinson, .Mrs., Bessie Carlson am, Mrs. Mahel. Ealpn, lipstesses. . -. · ;: , Decoration: we^e in keeping with the. season.-A crcclip made-by Dr. Dickinson was-placed on a - s m a l l table, i His- collection ;.bf ! 'Madonna piclures.-^were -.arranged ; on ·.' the wall .in .the.shape of a Christmas Iree'. · . ^ : . ; Mrs: Harold McWiUiams,. president, was in-charge "f (he 1 business meeling ' a r i d , the' progranri. ..Mrs: kalic Hicks had devotion's and read the-life .of-.Christ 'accbr'din'-to si, ohn; Mrs; -Carlson read .-·aft the lory of Ihe-BirlhroC Jcsus-.accord- ng to St. Luke:'A beautiful Christmas poem,. For. JUy '^Mother,,-was ead b'y':Mrs. -Kenneth .Wyatt. ,the jghtninjii'of.'lhe Candles.from Am ie'rV.Va'h-.was .f ead! by"'Mrs:"iChalm- for 'Mesdanies :Ri J. Miller, Theq ; Gales; .Hallie Bush, Bert -Lair,i Charles -Keirnesi.C.'L.. Tidball and Leake.' -,.'.:,' -...-·",,',;.·,,'; Mrs. ·WykerUwiltbe , hostess for the, Jan. lO.meeting. 'i ; · ·.-?. ",\ ··: -· Mrs. Duane -Wilson was honored. at a "stork shower ; Pec, '15[in ;the. Franks- Heeman .home ·- with ' \ Mrs. fleeman and .her -daughter, -Mrs: Hay Nix, as hostesses Besides the gay. Yuletide . decbrr.tions a Huge stork carrying a- baby doll centered the room.: Beautifully ^wrapped gifts were'aroiind the 'stprk.r .. / ''\. ' ' T h e afternoon -was ·spent visiting and playing . .games, .suggesting names for (he coming -heir./Mrs: Wilson's mother; Mrs. ·Arid'rYa''.Nel : son of Greeley,. and Wilson's .molh- e'r, ,·$[».. Gordon- Wilson, 'assisted in opening, and displaying the' gifts'. Refreshments .were ;erved at the close of the afternoon, Favors were miniature slorh's-and-.bsby. dolls; -" ·'Present were: Mcsdames tiiiane .Wilson,- /Andrea :. Nelson, . James Eatherly -and Linda, -Gordon Wilson ' and - Vickl,-. Conrad -Nelson;- A: J.'-Kavney, Jr.; Charles Keirnes, Jack -.Groves,'' Ralph Nix, Marvin Collins 'and ''Dick- -Bro'wii',!' Miss Deanna' Jlee'man-and the hostesses. Unable. to -attend : weire'Mesdames GREEtEY /TRIBUNE'·;,;?» iMinXllii Btniimin,"br.Mt-'iltict'. ·*'B»n.Wack«r.--Phtfe^y-.J'^'.) Tammariy'.- j.'/. Vi.i 1 : ' . ' : ' · . : · . · · · · , · . . . . ! . · , ' i - . . r Mr'.'Jan'd"'Mf "i. fp'i'ul.E\ i -wSs'.SSi' '·_ psli- at ;» gaia".Chri»tmii?iparl7 : ,-' Fri'diiy»£ighi.t,ffri emplo'jes .'oiVtJii^t '-. ' ' j t J i e i r j wives and' guests'. i;-'. ' : .VrU", ··. 1 :'\ Don:Anderson'Jr.; Mcl'Cobk, Guil- ford.Carlson,- Deaii Olander,'Lynn Keirnes,-'- Dick 'Keirnes/'-Gordon Brown.'Rosc'oe'Ha'shbargtr,- Dean Se'verin;, Merle Campbell,.LaVern Nelson, Bob Nelson,' Jean-Nix and Ralph Wa|dron. '·'"' .', I Mrs.' Edwin' ci'auson,' assisted bj Mrs. 1'.. · C: 1 Wykerl,' was-' hostess ;n her hbme-at'A'ult Mon'day aft'er- lioph '-for IhcjCh'rlstma's : luncheon " ' ' ' Four mombersvofUIhe --regular' Color'ado"-Stale,!College"-of Educa-; lion facully .will ,leaclH9ff-.campus classes -'du'rine s :th'e'.'-wmter.,' quar ; tcr-for .which the-.college will give resid»ncc, credit. jThe/courses.'may be,.'.taken';- r fo'r ·.-.undergraduate, -or graduate- credit, i,-.-, .;'.-··..-. -,-'·; .' Classes'aro-to be-taughl at Brighton, Denver,, Loveland.-, and -Sler- llng.·'.'.- ':,'' ·"' '/ . ' . ' · - '''-".I-: . At-Brighlqn MargaretTorter will (each Engliih^Zlf Litcfaturejinithe Elementary, -..School:..o'n'.' Monday nighU s t a r l i n g - J a n u a r y . 2..' ......'·. ; At-.Denver:p'r. .Arthur.'.Rcynolds will lea'ch History 273, Diplomatic Hisjory.-of the.U-: s - ion 1 ,Tuesday nighls;slarting January.-lO. -. · : .. : /t 1 At'Ixivcinnd.Dr.; Jack-.Shaw.:w.UI leach:.-Education j 329a,- : Indiyidual Tesls. of ..IntcHigence. -o.n:.-.W(ednes';' day; nights'starling Jariiiary ;4: ·; . . At' Sterling -. 'John .-Bothcll -.will teach -Education: .2*5 , on.;Mpnday nights . s t a r t i n g ; Jan.uary. : Z/-,. The'.l course title: Is Philosophy of ~ ' prizes?'-jiff exchahge'-and dan'cisg for t(h«" remainder Vfith'eVevenlflf.r Wells · d istHtiuted "Chnstni a's"; boinn .^' check's .to"-'all 1 . hii'.'"employes', :jrbo.:,; gave him-and his wife.a'gr.oup,.iUi.;H.-. ·iEmployesrof.th'e-companyl'.artiif.. Herman Achziger,\Leonardi;Araes,'·,; ,T«l(.Bi!ck,'^PatrIcl«.Brydbri,-:;JJettry,:i'; j;rifzler,- Lloyd; Gehrtz, iFred/HeiB,^ ' Arthur · Ia;/Porte, ; .::P.t«'J;Orteia/.. v ,;: R 1 aIph'.qrthmari,.Julian 1 Rbjas;\WU-,;; lia'm'Roth', Horace Rup'pe;.,Dou|lM,'.'c Soenksen;i Donald Stephen'ii Uo'jrdi', * Ston ebraker, .': Job n: ifSweej,; j i. Jof^ ^ ^ faheling'. and--,Robe'rt;W.eiji,.'. .(.i .ii.i'i 1 1 The Wellses! ."daughtejf.V^PeMy, i- ' and her'husband, 1 -'Clark:'Kal*y,.eijj. LincoUi,.-Neb';,i had-'.hopedit?, ,b«;ii. present; for -the;par.ly .but '.Wereiun- Vj able: to. leave"; soon enough.--Tftiey'.,-.".- arrived on the City.,o.f .penyer/.Sa't-.'' urday morning-.to.spend-.three da^i.;,;.-; Kaley-;',is'; : teachlnn.ytecooi.i'.-/ : The"e'ag'erly anticipated ; .'appeaJ- '· \ an'ce of.'the"' famed'Old Fastuoped-*-' mas .dinner:with-.their r ters' in,Win"dsor.jind' .will leave ; yer afrport a(-'4:^5 p.hi'.'to ^be'-.vvHh their- da'u'ghterVarid r -her ^husband, Mr. and-Mrs. ·,J.ack';Hyatt;at .Hei;- mosa Beach, Calif!*; fo'r.'dinr/er. that evening.- bCrirtg-'their: ab'sehce^the Brayton j e a f e ^ ,-wiii "be"'..closed. .:fp.r. the holidays. .At'the.diri'ne.r in Wind- sor.-.wijl 'be"tbeir^.daughter,.Mrs. Jeanne -P'e'f t en gillA a nd' 1 h er -w eeiT.pld sori;:Jimmie-t^e,-;w)\o. wasrb^rn'.in Weld' County'.hp'spitar'.at' Greeley, Dee;'I'g; and ..Mr.'.'and ;Mrs.- V.-;M. Missman^bf, O(dtn,-Iowi, -who twi.ll spen.d ; .tjie;h.olid»ys''jiiere!.wMh*ah'ei"" niece 'and Ker~b"aby." \".. V"*-',' ., th'eir :'Xrnerican-;gi)ests, .which, was the Smiths, first .'experience: .They wir.e d,elighVed',wHh:tfie gtiety. and lavish ''h osp'it ality.'-' ..:';.". '··- '; . t · *- --iLea ving T.orreqn;: the Di(uths.' and Smiths, went, west ,to 'Saltllld^iiorlh t'o^Piedras Negrai. a'ndiacros's- the Dord*r';ihto 'fejcas'' at -£agle; Paij. r-'Th«iSmiths'drqve.to Mazatlin'b'y i Ssalne^-.roufe/.as'.'th'e pauths. They ; reside : at 1305 Firt.eenth .ave- · nut ; and{ /the · Bauths ' 1113 ding anniversary, it-an- open -house Sunda y^i af te rnoon _ f rom;: 3 '.* to r-' 6 o'clock :.at; their i^iome,-; west i of Eatoo.-.OhejhunHdreil.vaDdififty. rela fives '.and i friends !stgn ejf J \\c'- g u't st book/wllich'. was .iused / .when',: M r. and_-i.Mri.';Gates.:.celebrated-..their golden anniversary. Mr.. and Mrs. William :.S..: : J.6hr^son.:'-.and j-.fa'mily were.- hosts '-for.-.the -^affair, Linda B.a.ss-kept th*:guest.book. .:' ··« -. ; : Mrs: Gatei.was attired-In a holly red,.afternoon..dress. -Her , orchid corsage ,w,a's ; «-gilt--from, the Johnson [fa'miiy, .as ..was - Gates'-, carna- tion//boutooniere.i' ! -... \ .-.':, ; i · ·" The. rrefreshment :.table,-.was .:at- tracliye'.:with' a' Christmas, centerpiece" ah..red- tapers . in- silver candelabra.; Other .appointments were: silver- ahd : .crystal.-: Pouring du'ring.;the : ,iafternoon-.-.were -:Mes^ dames: Harold liair^-^Bert- Lair, -C.- J. Stockfieth^.W, W; Brown, George (Nor'aj. Yeagy,.. Ernest- (Lettie) parnyr.'-jpjin^p. jW.ls'on and Pau| Anderson,'' ·'.:-..''.''/ : " 1 '- 1 '' '. J - . - ' · ' - [A gold /cyndle-giveh"' to -Mr. Ynd Mr's' Gates -6n'-:;theii;' golden; a'n.ni- .D^ckinson'-.was' lighted "as;':,, been'for r the"pas,lnine years. Pr'cs- ept for : the;'celebrati/..n'.wftrft.fseven who. attended the : -wedding 60 years ago:.:-Mrs.i John .-Gillie's .of/Eaton, Mrs. Gus V'ood, Mrs. :; Nora -Yeagy, Mrs.'-: Leltie'-'D'arner 1 ' 1 arid.' James Snook, aU'pf Greele"y'/ I'-'i'} A. J: 1 Piatt; of': Fdrt.^'Collins': 'and:/ Mrs. Gate's '.brother,' : Harold Lair'of Severance. OtherSjiiying w.ho..attended fhe':.wed"dfny : -are' Mrs!'- John 1 'Me-; Gal|:.pf;rDenVer^''Mrs"'-'-A'nna ; .'Wood Nelson.of Windspr-and Mrs. ; E5ther Lisle.'fJiving. in.California. ; ; ;;.' .'' J jTheo. Gate's.and CJara'. Laiy^ were unitediin^m.a'rri'aiie'at Eatoh'--pec. 19",'189S, : by^the Rev.'James Stanton of.jlie.First.Congregational-church ih^ the home of- the: bride's -parents, 212;M»ple'.s.treef. , ' , ; - . . ' . . : 'iK}r.--,and. Mrj: .Gatls iwere the; recipients "of many c'ardsVflowevs "am . . vities ''director,. York. Nix,1 'and as sistant'cub'master,--Jack ."Bass- were ih- ch'a'rge' of :gaihes / Ciib"s" exch'anp iu.m''p"ec. 30..at'7:30 group is'being sponsored-' by;At*local · Youth .'for i Christ i.pr'ganii»-i lion, vdirected hy.:EdfKriekjon/.-;.-/ ' Coming ; to- Greeley :.frpmf-thti.r:. cation..' the' popular radio'.and .·recordiniv- , - , - , -.-.· , - . · - . - iflvV-Will present a uhiqueiprogram'· . All.tlic.cou.rscs oH.cr : four,quarter-1 o( -^u^tct.arid solo'numbers.known;. the-quartet has' on Ih'e-Old Fashion-;;: . . . . , hours- -or crcdj ..-Further, inforrna- and loved ^.-^M lion may be : ob amed from William , ; : ; t - 0 r'r man ..:. j-ears.t ' Hartma.n.dirsiclor o{ dr partmcntof . . public- relations. al .Ihe; college m L d Rcv i va l. Hour radio '.broadcait,:. ibme'.:ori.:Cpttoriwpo'd-· v/as op'm'ec Tuesdays evening' to;'.mernbe'rs''rO the:.Young:iratrpri'club for i Ihe.'a'n nu"al J-YuIetide 5 party'J a n d - - g i f t ' ex change'^ Tra'y'faybrs -ma'de -by, the" membe'rs-^fo'r· nursing-homes'- and iospitals'"were '-displayed' 'at ; the nieeting/'i-· 0 -' : : .- :.:. : .i.-.'-..i ·/·. j.'The:veyer - -beautiful - Christmas decdratiphs"' were': us ed ."effective ly ri'the Waijs",hoine.iMrs. .Waits ! and ier" cq.hpsfe"ss,-llrs. : 'Hay Po'e,"serv: ?d-rre'freshments in .keeping 'with" hV s'e'as'pri.' f : - { : i '; 1 . ; ·''·'/' f '-'.·' |-The Jariu'ary'mcetirig wiil'be-with Mrs. : -Walte'r.IIappel.'":-- - - i ' : : ; " 1 -Mrs'/D'on'Sly of Seatllc'j formerly of/'Ealb'n/^re'ceived "her^-'American citizenship papers last' 1 August- and on. Constitution' day. was'^presented in. j a'n jvhour,' !pn'e%T I /S show.^'riVe Slys; arid-.their'.fiye'..c'hi!dre'n,' Don- riie,^.Michael "John,l .Terry., and. the twins,' Diane" a'nd' Deriice,'' are' 'nh'w " " * ' ---.; Enough -water · ' " ' ptr"i'n)t increase In .the incidencj! anil 'a :i9,per"cent incre'ase' in the cincer"i!eatfi.rale:in a. 10-year. pe- riftd.'ffom UM to \Mt, in Dehver. v-.The'penver.findmgj'. wert 1 rnade putliciFrida'y.bVVIlhe. National C.an- ' - - . . . 'e«r. JnslHUt!, at,Beth«sda, -.Md. r ' :'5TJi*-. institute-. 'said ifwa's-'diffi: eu(t 'to, determine . how · much / of the '"increase .is'-."rt'il" . a n d r h o w mtjch -can be ~. a'tfrit'Ul'ed . : to "im- pfovedrdiagnosis ". juid the .-higher jmte.with ' which' p'itieni ephsulted "doctors' in the 'Vk£»' period; cs«- ' '»«r«d,to the \VKIM period.^ i will be '.assured.'the· Denver":m'et- ropou'ta'nVa'i'ea until: the' yefr"2«0p under the"-'C.fty,Water. Bpa'rHY-1£ yea'r .exp'a'nsion .program,- an .independent .engineerini!., firm;/said Thursday.-'","' ' ' . . ' , · , ' . -'. Tiptdri'.a'nd Kalmback','Inc",''esfi- mated total available.water supply will liaverage'^about; 367',pOp .tacr'e- feet a year when Ihe/pVogram' .is cornpleted.' ' ./ .^.'. .' ' ' , ' . ' . . ' · · t,arlier; 'average's .--by-' .thei board had/placed the.;figure-.at-.303,«pp acre-feet.:' Pres.ent · jiipplj[',;ls/ about 13*-«b; acre-feet .annually, . ' t h e boardrsays.:* v . .-..-'·-1-.-.;-, : / , the Tiptori .and Kaimback. % repprt said fhe^JW'waUr.'iupply ^'will be rne^sages'./j-Among : _frieni lpng''diitanc« 'were . Mf t l and 'Xlrs. A : F.--Christiani a{'flelr.pit,and;B111 Johnson, from. Gehc'ral'RoSe Mem-. oHar:'h{ispital in Denver. -.-· ' . Out-of-town igaests signing the bbok'.'were''Mr: .and- Mrs. Bill Hpl- lahd'of LaTtewoqd;; Mr., and Mrs. Piatt, Mr, and Mrs. Ben McQuain d f -Fort ;c6llins, : ;Mrs; : 'G lad y -. Knol-" la.nd,'-tMisses'.'Anna(.Conklin/ Ann Trimble'and Christie Holbr'dpk arid Bob.Hodson..of;pen've'r;i · ' , : / . Mr. and ( Mrs., Howard^Lair -hon-; pre'd-.their { pjar.ents,;'Mr'' and Mrs. 1 ^/.By'.SrAs.sVp'f. Greeley; ami Mr.' and Kn. Harofd' .L^fr. .at'.an "an'- niv'e'rjary t dinner ''Sunday evening at/!hV.Greeley'.Country.;cluI.. The' Gfes's'es/cele.b'rated: their'- 54th an- settie'd^ih t 'jheir^nejv'Jij)m'e;'at j3Q3 s:~ W,, *Scaltic": Mr:, an'dTftlrs": - Sly were, married in:London while'.he w'as.'in-service, She is'a native ol Ireland.'" They -mbv'pd/ to'/ Seattle several years ago: · , : . -· · · · Miss:'Sar'a .Hill., presented .her pjajio''pupils' -jn -a"Christmas :.e- eita'l; wilh^molhcrs as, .guests Monday at. 4 p.m. 'i'.·''·,': ' '.', : : Several/: carols ..played /by .'the pupils, were,-sung, by-'other., pupils. Donna ".lleberlcin sang The Holy Cily-^with'- lie'anna-'Willse.-'as her accompanist; : - : --Among" / duo-'piaijo group's/, played '.with .Miss. Hill :at the -se'cond ,piano were^Sicilie'nnc by Bach/and Carillon.by Bizet with Ann' Ogan'^playing the -first-piano part.-"' -·' " : - - . ' - , / , ' . sMiss -Wiltse,'-;a" former'pupil of Miss-Hill is'attending th'c Colorado Sfaie ^College of-RdjcaUon..She.-is a| piano.student of-.Rupert' Gooi : broad.' Miss'Wiltsc.cioscd'.the pro- iher Rutherford,\who- also' lighted he/four candles as- she' reads the story.'- '/ " '. '..'-;.'.': '-:.'-_·'. \ \ ·. '. Mrs.'11. M." Graha'm..tbld.the story o! the NatiVity'-in' a' group :ot Christ mas.' rdlk':,songs",''vplaying, the 'Lac coinpjinliripnts .: .on-ir,ther| autpharp Mrs. 'Dickinson:offered 't. .prajjcr, Dn'Dickinson: told; the: story .'of :his Ma'doana ; : collection, Vusing lau ihis s lib jec t's, 'Ma d oh ri a.: of -" Motherhood, MOdbnna : of '.Adoration'-..a'nd/Ma- donna of Service.;. .' .(/^·.-.-; 1 ;i t" :' Prayer -and · a . Ch:'iGtmasi"grcet ; ing by -Keiineth- Wyatti'broughtithe progra hi'/tb "a cIqse.' -Tea ;Svas ·.'.scr- cd. during.the social hour.'-.The table was' most' attractive'-with .a -centerpiece ' of -evergreens, r ..minia'liire cereal balls-' wrapp'ed-in/colorful celophahe" .andflighted..tapers.*i-In ieu .of as. gift '.exchange-, the'group willed a basket.fdr'-a 1 needy-fam: ily.-.:-.',."·:-.;'-.- -.-·*·-,-:" ,:·(- ;·;'··.(:N ! ifissi Jeannine : -Ahderson, -spendr ing'the.holidays 'at;home;from ; h'c'r studies .at' Colorado - A4M"college; entertained :at --a-:beautifully/-.;ap- pointcd.-5;30.' o'clock .buffet.-supper Sunday: e'vening,/ /"': ·''. · -.-.;'. · : Centerpiece'.of .the "table; ,ws : ..a wrought^. irorjjj:an^elabra ^arrVrige- ed ^wil K"* Yutetid e/"g re^n s"^a"nd-7fed tapers. Favors /were ...minljtiire Christmas, trees ' fa'shioried',;'frbm white .criplino and decked- with Yulelide decorations were beautifully '· displayed - throughout' · the Clausbn.home', 'and Ihe same'motif was ; u'sed'In'table"decorations: .'" Gifts ' w e r e exchanged- around th'c lighted tre'e. The usual business ie"slionTwaY I loHowea-b"y-'a-!ocial afternoon'.-Mrs": Thelma Cass, pres eiit worthy'/ matron'of -.the' Eator OES, chapter; -was- Oil-Shale : Ariea ;: ';:,'i';l ,' DENy ER;-- An'oii-shale .are'a.Tn . ontain:-nnugh:pe;rplcun.:..fue heard -Peaeh^wisk-abjri around the'world. ' i. ·.. ^..· /;;'.;. ·J6hn : Lu'ndberg is .the''first,tenor.T He -'joined. the'- group ·: a'. f e'w' yean :·· ' ' a f t e r ' a Very iuccessful'.mutical:. i 5tr -^ ^-.'SeMtle,. Wash.'VJ.ek,. Cbleman, Ih'e-'secoridite'nor.'JisJhjt.-, *..--.-··----^!ATM^^.-- - ve tcf an -of 'i ' welcomed-into the^m'embers'hip. Sixteth''member were present:- · ) /."'/''V-': '',' c . .-'An'nua\;iChriitrri.as'-:-famUy : din ner'and-prrtgranvpre'c'e'ded-the re ular ' stated ;,meeting -of; the OES Tuesday'ev : enjng..The'iervitig'tab w'as/?de'coVated l i n 1 keeping' wii Ch'ristnias. Hostcsses'-Iwere' Mr' Edna Bills} 'Mrs. Clara Baab'- Mrs, Dorothy Bates. : ·'- The program' op'ened w i t h ' ' Christmas · 'medley - :by .; 0 a'-r balrymple; -pperh; Kit Saxlon;;la dance, Carolyn:: McClure; 'plan selection, ''John', H'eh shew'' of ;Gr'eV ley;"', accordion/'solo/ 'Rita' Nicks;Christmas recltition, 7 D' o' n n a Deffke; piano ·. .'selection! Sharyj Larsen;: song, .'Sadl« Bales,:, tap dance, Sheri'Tprmey;, piano.;splp, Lyhelte.'Clary;.song.by.Ihe 'Christ : mas 'fairies,.Linda 'Saxton,. Linda Baum, !/is .Nelson, ,'Laiiue- Nix, Sharon; Norman: ..Sue GaUo^wa'y, Margaret. Mctikei and. 'Margaret Johnson; -Tap dance; Ivan ,y/ilsoii;' twirling act,; -Pamela , McClure; ac'rohafic number',.' Carolyn:'Mc- Cliirj. ' ' ' ----. · . ".-; · ,*~^.v ·-- ;-' " ' . -I IS · vcicr»n -ui jerwice -uvcEBc*f » » · . meet, the ,iiejds. o.t:aU nations.,for\^ 0 ^ A wif ii; K i,i Bro;w,'Uie-b.n-.f ·' 00 ycars 1 jThe,-richest..parf.pf the.L i.i. in, an.Incrc'as'e of M.Vper.'cent.'aboyc _ ___^ ___, _ . Ihe''output;in'IsssiExports,' totaled : w«'tiv« ''* *,H;: Or»«n Ifamjii"' ' 29e,boo''cars,'/which';w,as,« p'eficcn'l['ii.'|t«0r,° f''*TM*ty *·''·".**''···":' of r Ihe -(entire'. -p'todupMon j ap.d -'-681 GlltxH-Blihap ami W,» 14«,r"a1 r » : , · pe'r"cqnt ; 'above expo'rls"in 1953.: .:.. Druf«;--Ally..,-',-'" '.."':,'"'".-'/' '.'·', gram with'a beautiful arrangemen n^ Christmas Carols, by Rydcr.V-'. --- JFupils. who. played were* Johnny Hyde,. Jim my ;-Happel, : . Joan \Scrry, Ann Ogan, Diaririe Keririy^ and Sam" Ljndblad./'Mary: ·· Ruth ;' P'oulsen, ^iafy-Lbuise'and'Marga'. e( Menke, Sharon' Tateyama, Linda .Eaton, Marilyn Willie,'.-Barharr:Dill,'.Mar- jory Mcllin,' Judy,Simpson; .Dc'na Hebcrk-in 'and;/a -iuesl/'Donria Willse. During a.social;hour.Miss Il'ill. serveo^ · holiday,punch, -cookie's . a n d . . candies. : The! labie .. was lovely with i Yuletide" ;ce'hlerpiece. . stars and glitter. Covers were placr ed . f o r . Beverly' Greene, 'Aclcle Rutherford, . Joan .Dalloii,- · Edna Bcchtolcl, Mary ; Ann"' Fagerbfrg, Rosamond Scha(fer'Hackleman : and he -hostess, '7ila.rguerite Kindsfa'fer Cunningham'was unable to-attend. The -.girls'- were ''clas.smale's' : . v at Salon : High school. -A-'let'ter' from Shirley Austin Nock of Chicago.vYs re'nd. .The''evening'-was-"spent.'in conversatio'n.' f .; ' - - , ' ' - ' .' -.\. J . Mrs. Leslie.R; Leake's home'.was. beautifully decorated wilh Christmas green's, holly and lighted 'free for the SOS bridge, cliuVChriifm'ai parly .Tuesday "afternoo'n.""A^'des- sert luncheon pf Old English 'pudding' and' coffee- was · served -.before the gift exchange ^arid game. : Thc table .was.lovely with a/Yulelide centerpiece .and .appoiritmentsi.Jo'f ruby.'|liu',,';Coversj were 'placed . assisted byjwprthy.-.p'itron", Kyerctt Wilson, presided during the brief business.session o'( the.,lodge. Mr. and'.Mrs. Everell Wilson presented two: lovely ceramic .vases- to. .the chapter. R a l p h - 'Nix , ; ih'ade'.--the, vases. Next.meeting will be Jan. 3. i James · Moncrief returned Wednesday from...Birmingham, Ala;, where he was-callcd by'the'-sudden death' of his mother, Mrs.' Carolyn Moncrief.' She'. wa's';.79 ,and-'.dicd Dec.- -16.''.Funeral /.ervices were held Sunday al Birmingham. Three sons and two daughters iurvive · A . Baciriari ., camel, has two humps','-a'dromedary-'only "one. ;' .'FOR HEALTH' Dr. Sehimacher :'· Chirdpraclo'r:.' 1205'liMb Av«;--' .. f)i,:-«8«S I ! ;?ritiiii . HJing .TV^.cam'erai to ^_l^' jL-vTul.' r^^n^'Ai'Bkf'.I^BK«i«-v«^ It,,added that-based pri.present projections ' of . pppulalibn- growth the 367,000 acr«-feetj"wjn ;supply DejWr's^requirements]-'until, ·'or. well^beyondr.ths year,2pOO.'.'.."-:-;V- av'ef'agev "sf^t'am \ flpw.^from^isill through'1»M..,It.-w.as -'refained by the:.board tp''«oja;»fi"dy'-of. prjpject wrdinatJopj-.unde^the XOp/miUipp WANTED TO BUY ' '-/.EarVCorn;' ... · : '. Aiiy :··:-: WlJUfcoy. ' ' f«r'm. ; J ' 87 Vay ' FISHER 'BROS". : La Sallei :eale'rVd*, ; .' .'SERVICE ; CALLS ALL M A K E S i ; v DAY OR NICHt .:,!·.'Ph.', 4l5«'r--. .',;_ Century Rh.'415« ' . 6 2 5 . 8th -AT . j':1 H«dje , : R tpi Ir : a n d'/ TV "itinta ia". ' ' MemheV'/of ' ' ' : ·.,',-" V V I L L B E C L O S E R i Tutidoy, Dectmb«r 27 " 'for our.ciiiiimrinventory.' ' · ' " · . ' " ··'·'V-'*-'' V- - A / - - .f5n behalf'of our ; 'entire'sfoff we_.wrsh you - ' · · · _A-MERRV.-. CHRISTMAS ·:.'· . ' , . ' - ; ';.,=','!,and - , ··:·'.·;,,,,.-, '..., '-· .A HAPPY/NEW YE AR : -'v; .,". .1:' 820;T«rith Sti ' , . ' ' ' ' '' CT D Irttf E xjwn» i«n C*U.' Ihg eliminates making ice --to chiU'walerirW:-;: cool rhilk, It'works just like' your ^Koui'ehdM' '- r'efri'geriior--costs'lejsi'' because'the cbmpresior".' ;runs less. ' · ../'T'/·".-·-i Cho«s*-wMi C«re..-.GP;. MilKeeper'Tanks. are.: built and backed by CP,-; ·--serving producers anoV L , processors' for' over; $5 ·" years:--and sold through, selected dealers coast-to^ coast. 80 to 1000. sizes,. · , , -, EEPER TANK THI MFC. COMPANY · l CH!4*«t. ConieyinIQnd Gerthe Facts Today Grccl^ Elevator Ci ·-'····· ^ .-.-··'. · : '· ' afx-V ;-.' · . % . : . , ' · · · : ; / i.'.f- 'A.v^

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