r*Â»U GREELEY TVMKITNBj,^ Schools for Rout Skrim NEW YORK _ Prefabricated Â·ttel building, art bring made Â»vÂ»ilable for least as school build. Jogs across the United Statas. T "' '"'Faculty Wives Have Partv ^ Once upon a time . Â« !E ' Â°* ** * orift ""ppk" *M Â«Â£Brt te eternty by "Hummer old world craft* oa the base of every piece, u Â« rtd em Mk . ,,,Â£Â£Â£Â£ W. CCOEl, HUMMELWEWC.1AVAMA.WIST GIKMANY Faculty Wire* of School District "Jo- Â« hÂ»d a Christmas pÂ»rty last expected Â»'** k 1" the home economics room of Grteler High School. There wert N members who brought canned goods and money o fill a Christen, basket for a needy family. After the businets meeting, the group was entertained by the reefey High School Modern Choir Â·mder the leadership gf Curtis Sprenger. On the program was "Nutcracker Suite." "Construe My Meaning." "Glory to God in the Highest," "Trepak" from "Nutcracker SuKe," "Kolyada." "Beautiful Savior" with soloist Pat Kester, "My Fair Lady" selections, and "Silent Night," Jon Hanshew and lanet Boyd were accompanists. The choir and members were served refreshments by the following hostesses, Mmcs. Maurice Jessup, Thayer Crawfort, Pete D'Amato, Ernest Delgado, Gor don Douglas, Donald Kelly, Gene Pepin, Ernie Shoaf, Brown, Brian Shirley, Smith and James Albert. Next meeting will be Jan. 9. at the home economics room. the farm horn* *Mt of Lovelai Hh pamt] nwcri to Ike Eatw btr of the Coe*tuners ears, and is als* a board mem- kt*l is to get ; area in ISM. He attended the La grange School and was graduated fiom ninth grade at the Pleasaat Valley School Toe couple wat manitd at the home of his parent's Dec 21,1Â»U. Mrs. Harvey (Helen) Du?U, sitter tt the bridegroom, aervea as maid of honor, nod Bruce Anderson at- board. is a member of the board oi he Greeley Elevator Co. and has beat since its early years of or- ;aniution. ' For the past 10 years he has een on the boari' of the Weld County A.S.C. oftite serviog this past year as chairman of the tended the bridegroom. Since their marriage they have dren, Harold of Pleasant Valley, farmed in the Pleasant Valley district on the Matt Ryan farm and the Farr farm. Later they purchaxd the farm on which they raeatrjr reside. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson are both charter members of the First pattor of the First Covenant livenant Church where they have Church, will preside at the gold een very active. He served on the en wedding ceremony. Mrs. Duel! Mr. and Mr.. Denton Dennis Carl Swansons To Mark SO Years Of Marriage With Reception Fri. Kirst Covenant Church will be Sweden and came to America in No matter what cook books tell _ you. store both soft and crisp Mrs.'ca'rTb.'swmsoii ol cookies in airtight containers -but not together! PENNEY'S *0Â» ANNIVERSARY Â«wÂ»nÂ»n, Phrtc by ROKW the scene ot the golden wcddin; anniversary reception of Mr. and Valley. Their children have invit- 3d friends and relatives for the observance on Friday evening. Mrs. Swanson, the former Anna B. Dahlbcrg, was burn in Halland, ward and was church treasurer 'or many years. Mrs. Swanson is now an honorary member of the Dorcas Society in which (be served IB various capacities. He served on the board as one of the first members of the CovÂ»- enant Rocky Mountain Distrte which purchased and developed the Covenant Heights Bible Camp above Estes Park. He was secretary of the Pleasant Valley school board for eight The Swansons have three chil- 3arenc* 'Sweoe" of Greeley, and Mrs. William Bruce (Belva) Cash of Denver. There are 10 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. The Rev. C. Cecil Osterber|, and Anderson will again attend the honored couple. Half of Formosa's 11,000,000 people live off the land. OPEN Saturday Afternoons Â·Â· .-S- l Â· ' BARBER STUDIO Add Spice to his Life! GIFT SIT 2 s *'*'. 1909. She was employed by the Bruce Eaton family until her marriage. Swanson is the eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank 0. Swan- ion who were both born in Sweden and came to America settling in Luveland in 1880. He was born at Buy Beaittfil GbristMS Plaits f r rom oweri Draft 100 tth It Gilbert Downtown Hunntty 110 Ith St. Gilbert Wtttview PhÂ«nitÂ«cy 2434 10th M, Gilbert Hilhide MMrmMy 2Â«0* 11th Av*. We're winding up our Christmas Season with a price-slashing, old-fashioned bargain spree! Fabulous savings on Penney's first quality values! Hurry! JAW to aDodds - .Jken, to the CArcJ/mad Jree! OPEN EVENINGS THRU SATURDAY C/W HOLTO. GflfflNR JEWELRY MAKES A SPARKLING GIFT Every wanted type of jewelry, beads, pin and earring sets, gold and stones, pearls. 1.00 to 20.00 FASHION COATS Pick of the season's best silhouettes... all freshly interpreted in wools with slim lines, flai-e lines, full lines! Culminated with chin-chin collars, wedding band convertibles, button bonanzas! 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