Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 18, 1962 · Page 17
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BPW Enjoys Dinner Part Annual Christmas dinner and paily ol ihe Business and Professional Women's Club was enjoyed last week Alter the dinner at the Garden Kitchen, the group went to the home of Mrs. Eula Straight, 1712 7th Ave. A short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Ha Kellow. Reports on the City Cotuci meeting were given Two members are present it each Council meeting during the year. Miss Lorraine Weber, a guest and former member, led the Rroup in singing a number of Christmas carols while everyone was seated around a lighted Christmas tree. Mrs. Straight was accompanist. Gifts of money were contributed for the project of the club this year. Dinner and party hostessei were Ila Holland, Uwen Chapman, lit. belle Kamenky, Elizabeth Trainer. and Eula Straight. Wttma Meeker was in charge of table decoration*. Next meeting will be a dinner, Jan. 14 with the program on personal development. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT \DS HEARING AIDS 30 with Dav Money Back GUARANTEE PM'S V A U D I O M E T R I C TEST ( f a m e tent an used by itiiuiy clinlra and doctorgj \ P R E S C R I P T I O N FITTED (Made for you. In our laboratory. accordinK to ynur hearing JOBS). V If you hear |H-i»i)l» ullc but have d i f f i c u l t y In un- U e r H t n n d i n n Hie wordn. \' If yuu bave wondered if a hearing aid would help, \ Find out In yimr own hnim*. without obligation Write t o . . . H E A R I N G P.O. liox 492 (Ireeley, Colo. RebekallS EleC* i Tues " Dtc - 1S - 1962 CREELEY TRIBUNE Page n \ T PW Offirwe llndio Plons Shipyard 'Mony Churches N«w -C\ V J l l l t C I b i NEW UELHl-lmliar, is plan- NEW YORK - New churches ning to established a W2.000.000 built bi the t'nied Statei In 1861 New officers of Oasis Rebekah shipyard at Cochin. icost $966.000.W. Lodge, elected at the last meeting; -- are the following: | Noble grand. Wanda Waukey; vice grand, Sandra Stolte: recording secretary, Blanche Heckart; financial secretary, Hazel Robinson; treasurer, Vera Ing-j Strom; and trustee for three i years. Beth Richler. j Gladys Seaweil, noble grand, i presided, the meeting being a special occasion, Grand Night. Lois McKenzie Past Noble! was initiated PRETTY PRESENT] are a work of art on the outside as well as inside. Miss Linda Winn. 15H 12th Ave., left, and Mrs. Harlan Houtchcns of 2722 Buena Vista Drive, show some of the packages they have used for demonstrations at club meetings in Greeley. Miss Winn holds a round bos. wrapped like a child's drum. Pink circle bows and a silver hat form a clown on the silver-wrapped package Mrs. Houtchens is showing. Tribune photo by Laura Schroeder. Two Greeley Women Decorate Packaes As Well As Homes ·r LAURA SCHROEDER Holiday packages this season will be m varied as personalites and they should be. According to Linda Winn, the package should echo the person-| ality of the recipient. Miss Winn. a senior at Colorado State College, demonstrates her art with a round p a c k a g e wrapped as * drum for a little boy. The box is first wrapped in white paper, then red ribbon edges the top and bottom rounds. Silver tinsel is strung from top to bottom and a red bow holds the crushed foil drum "sticks." All out femininity is the keynote for a mother's gift. Ribbon roses are a favorite. For a full blown product, take a » inch strip of 1-inch ribbon, (old in the left hand two nches from the end. Roll the rib- »n inward forming a tight core. ?old the ribbon at a right angle toward the core forming a diagonal edge. Crease the fold again orming a diagonal. Rotate the core keeping Uie points level with the top of the core. At t!« end of each crease fold again at a right angle and rotate core. Repeat un:il the rose is the desired size. Moisten the end and wrap around core to fasten. Fashion leaves from green ribbon. Moisten and wrap around the base for the stem. Poinsettias 1 Ib. box $1.50 2 Ib. box 2.35 3lb. box 4.25 5 Ib. box 6.95 This "Always Favorite" ·isortment will ploasa overyono on your list. Perfsct tor family gifts, tool tag is stuck with double stick tape. Mrs. Marian Houlchens of 2722 Buena Vista Drive, has her own tricks for pretty, imaginative, and inexpensive gills. She uses alphabet eereal or soup with giue for names and salutations. "With all the cute tie-ons in the dime stores, you can use al most anythin, There are fluffy angels, cones, holly etc., bows and cotton balls from the cos rnetic counter can be glued to form a Christmas tree. A sequin on each adds glitter," she says Another favorite is a Christmas tree of gold seals in graduated sizes. These are topped with a bow. In the same miniature Christmas trees for packages, the shape can be achieved with ribbon fringe in varrying widths. The "fringe" is made by drawing a straight pin crosswise from one side of the ribbon to the other being careful to leave at :edgc to keep the original shape A figure eight is formed b sticking the edges together of center and the edges are glue to the package. Christmas decorations of al! ypes. On a table in the Winn living room at 1522 12th Ave., there is a tiny into membership. The degree! work was exemplified by the of-: 'icers and team, wearing white formal gowns and white satin robes. Setting was a lighted Christmas tree and decorations of poinsettias on the altar and piano. Joint installation will be held on Jan. t with the Odd Fellows Lodge No. 12.. On this same night at 7 p.m., the Rebekahs will have a called meeting for the purpose of reading reports. Twenty-five past noble grands were introduced and presented corsages, gifts from Mrs. Seawell. Lois McKenzie was presented! with a Rebekah pin by Charlotte] Brunmeier on behalf of the Theta Rho Club. Miss Brunmeier then reported on the Theta Rho Christmas party at the Odd Fellows Home at Canon City and the full length mirror for the Oasis Room, given by the Rebekah 3Rs Study Group. Vice Grand Wanda Waukey, and 10 officers honored the noble grand by giving a candlelight presentation of "The Lord's Prayer" with Mrs. Waukey as the reader. Refreshments were served by 3eth Richter, Joyce Nelson, Charotte Brunmeier and Gertrude Briscoe. Another event for the Rebekahs .ast week was the visit of the district deputy grand matriarch to Weld Ladies Encampment Auxiliary Friday evening. A dinner at 6:30 p.m., was followed by a| meeting at 8 o'clock honoring ..and leave the rest to Evans Rest assured you're giving the gift he wants... yonr man knows Evans comfort, admires Evans styling. Now's the time to make your choice when our selection can't be toppei CUSH 'N 1 IYT1 Matriarch Alta Mae Malcom. past, grand matriarch and district little lights and ornaments. The tree is now five years old. and Miss Winn is making another, No. 1. Saturday night the Rebekahs and all other branches of the Odd she expects to last longer than the first tree. To make the tree a cone-shaped piece of styrofoam is used. Miss Winn employs an ice pick to make holes and inserts the burr stems. The lights are strung on first and the bulbs covered with foil. After For a very feminine woman, a I tree can be shaped with the edges |of round doilies, using the largest are among the [rounds for the bottom. A sprink- is sprayed gold, the foil removed from the lights and ornaments added. Mrs. Houlchens' pet is also her Christmas tree. This year, it is flocked white and hung with cerise grapes and pink lights. A tree for the bathroom is made by gluing cotton balls (these come in colors! to a cone of styrofoam. For Christmas, tiny ornaments are added. This is one Christmas decoration that doesn't go into storage. For summer, dainty roses sub- for Strum While You Wait PAPEETE, Tahiti - Tahiti js such a land of music that bar- berslraps in Papeete now furnish guitars for their waiting custom- all bum a7e in place" the whole f m s to st TM» instead of supplying magazines for them to read. Evans HAND TURNED Slippers for Men SHOES OF DISTINCTION 820 NINTH STREET A Christmas offer you can't afford to miss . . room accessory. simplest flowers to make and of course are best for Christmas. ling of colored sequins make rf- Mrs. Chios. Leddbetter Miss Winn uses four strips of the creation, ribbon of the stick-to-itself vari- fective ornaments and a bow tops ^ A cnnlcB ·nd butter bons.,.(Hognnt for gilt gi 1 !b. box $2.00 2 111. box 4.0" Thn linost m!nlnt;ire chocolates with many unusual contort. ..a gift you'll be proud to glvo GILBERT WESTVIEW PHARMACY 2434 10th St. Phone: 353-1 HO GILBERT HILLSIDE PHARMACY 2505 11th Ave. Phone 152-1104 white shirt with ' pledge pin in gold. cty. The strips arc cut with points at each end, narrow in the center. Green leaves are cut the same way. The red strips are crit- rrossed and moistened nt the center to hold. Green strips are tin- dernenth. The centers are finished with tiny yellow rounds to form the stamen. Even mailed presents do not escape the imagination of Miss Winn. A beautiful flat offering is done with white, almost icyilho tailored blue (locked paper. Three widtlis! lyifh of ribbon in deep turquoise blue arc woven around and off center. At Ihe crossing. ?. matching name One of Mrs. Houlchens most successful presents was for a college boy who had just pledged a fraternity. His gift came wrapped as a and 3 huge. Welcomes Gipson Club Mrs. Charles Lcadbctter was hostess for the Christmas party for members of the Gipson Social Club last week at her home. Program for 1%3 was presented by the president. Mrs. John Amen during the business meeting. Mrs. Miss Winn advises subdued nick Armstrong arranged the pro- grain of games with prizes going masculine stripes for (lie man Hot point Portable DISHWASHER IN YOUR HOME FOR 3.00 PER WEEK ol the moment. Bows in keeping to Mrs. S. E. McCune and Mrs".! with the tailored touch, are very,Ray I.c.iriMter. simple and tend to be flat, non; Gifts revealing secret sisters frilly. She uses a diVio Iw oriwerc distributed'by Mrs. Walter Ward from around the decorated and Mrs. jChristmas tree, their artistic; Mrs. L. R. Storey will be host!. at her home at 820: than titt-ir prcs-'ess .!;in. is experimenting wilh'SSlh Ave. JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISJMAS A Dramatic New Design In KITCHEN CABINETS I X L ^picewooct · Custom Croftsmonship · Moderate Cost · New Sta-Close Drawers With Nylon Glides SEE THEM AT BEYDLER CABINET SHOP MODEL CD55-C ·tost fry if, We believe you'll never go back to hand dishwashing again! --MEL or FROSTY-2606 Eighth Avtnut 353-2358 · W.ishes with cascading stie.w.s ol »jtc: teller Ktm hands c.'n st.?nd · Sf[,va!e Cjdes for dishes, utcnsi's. line eh!: 1 ! · Ne?ds so instolist'on · · Roils to table Iw easy Ijjdinj. Rolls to sink Iw washing. fWls rut of s^ht -Ahei pot MI use · itods remplelj service for i; · Aiito-Tijta'lv adds SNt-trm'ter p last rir:$e · DwI detriment Cnspsnsei · Ajlerait'C pushbutton conlio HURRY-ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF MACHINES AVAILABLE! 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