Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1962 · Page 3
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D«. 19, 1962 GBEELEY TRIBUNE P«t« Carr ·y MRS. W. 0. CHADWICK CAKK-Mrs. George Chadwick and Mrs. Lester Chaduick were hostesses to the Ladies Aid Soci- «.v for its December meeting and ChriMmas party Wednesday alter- noon. A salad luncheon with Christmas appointments was «*rved to 10 mnwbers and the following guests: Mines. Henry Prange. Ed Van Why and Don Chadwick. Mrs. 11. F. Schroedcr, president, opened the meeting by reading a P«cm. followed by prayer by Mrs. Leonard Chadwick. Roll call was answered by each member contributing a Christmas poem, meditation, or legend which constituted the afternoon's program. During the business meeting. Mrs. Melvin Humphrey, chairman ol the calendar committee, hand- «d out the 1963 year books. She was given a vole of thanks and a thank-you card was signed by all present to be sent to Mrs. bale Hohnstein, a former member, ».'ho mimeographed the books. A Christmas card was also signed by mmebers to be sent to Mrs. Bertha Halden who is a patient at the Memorial Ostcopathic Hospital in Crwlcy. A money Rift was sent to Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Karr. Mrs. C. A. Hutchison, act- Ing for the recently disbanded Friendly Neighbors Ciub. pre- wnled two silver pitchers to the Society. This gesture was greatly appreciated by Aid members. The January meeting « ill be at the home of Mrs. Hutchison w i t h Mrs. Schrocdcr serving a.« co hostess. Annual icports will be given. Mrs. Hutchison presented the devotions by using the Christmas story. Her scripture was 'taken from the Old Testament as well »s from Matthew and Luke. A gift exchange closed the meeting. Arnold Brody is home on his Christmas vacation from studies »t Colo. Stale Innrrsity. He :s the son of Mr. slid Mrs. Sumner Braiy. The Vic Ix'hrs have recently mnved into their farm home seven miles east of Ixmgmont. They have been staying with the James Crispe family for the pas! montn finer leaving Carr while they wail- fd for jxissfSMon o( their home. Ken Lehr is attending junior high school at Mead. The Kov. David (ioidon. for merly jt inissiunary among the Kavajo Indians and now a forestry student at Colo. Stale t'nivi'r- sity will hold church services here, Sunday, Drc. 13 at eleven i m. Worship son-Ice will be preceded by Sunday School and n short Christmas program. Russell Dichl of Delta Junction. Alaska, was a guest of his parent*, the M. W. Diehlj. and his brothers and their families. Jun- ior and Melvin Diehl, tor a lewj days last week. He and his wile drove to Boise, Idaho, where so* itayed to visit relatives while he lew to Wichita. Kan., to purchase a new airplane. He piloted it to '.reeley and plans to fly to Cali- ornia before returning to Alaska. In the Courts Ctunty Cwrl Wtnun fmtt SIM Emma Lou Ruckman, 48, 1IU9 18th St. was fined (100 andi costs by Judge Hoy M. Briggs inl County Court Tuesday alter she ilcaded guilty to a charge of driving while drunk Dec. 4. Hn~4 Murriy'i JP Cwrt Joe Allen Holland. 19, Cam- ieH Hotel, petty larceny, resti- -ution of $125, costs and good xhavior for one year. Robert Harold Glenn. 30. Milliken. drunk driving and misuse of license plates, JiiO, costs. Paul J. Trujilio, JO, Rt. 1. Windsor, disturbance, costs and 30 doys in jail, with jail term suspended on payment of costs and good behavior for one year. Robert Killiam, Greeley. no operator's license, IS. costs, both suspended. William Burton Brown, 23, La Salic, short check, restitution of $10.35, costs. Barbara Ann Williams, Grtelr careless driving. $10. costs, boih suspended, subject to no traffic violations by defendant in next 12 months. Bandung Confab NEW DEI.H!-Bccause Burma and Ceylon, two 01 the five soon- ors of the first Bandung confe nee will nut participate in u ther. 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