Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1955 · Page 3
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oman 6 Honored at Tea j.-,,^,.;.,,-.',;,:; Miss Cheryl : Macpherson, .grand Hope-of Colorado",:Order of Rain- txwTfor .Girls'! "was feted at a tea Wednesday, afternoon at Hie, home of Miss Judy Erickson', 1033 Mountain; avenue.-The ^party was given by Miss.Ericksbn and her mother; JIrs. ; Geiie'-Ericklbn': : - -'-·--· The lea lable was allractively centered.with a.largc while candle, surrounded. ''by: greens. Green punch was served along with cooXics and mints, ihe green napkins Were inscribed with the name of the. honored guest. Miss Macpherson, who completes hcr'tcrm in .June, is home for the holidays from Fretlericksburg, Va., L ' - " - · ' ' ' " y Washing- \CecileWeavet Circle r ·Cecils W«aver 'circle of ''·« First Baptist church held its.December meeting', Wednesday in Ihe 'lower temple o£ the 'church, 'wenty-fivc members and-guests were.present. "Mrs.-Ralph-Ball-announced-the program; which..was- arranged by Mrs/Hpmcr, Good.'Mrs.\Good gave two'readings, Giving : and.The.Shoe- maker's Dream. Bill Good... then played on iiis Irumpel, Ave Maiia, O Holy Night'and Silve- Bells. He was accompanied b y - M i s s Linda Kills. Miss Kilts played a beautiful Christmas . arrangement for the piano by Fcrde Grofc. Mrs. Good concluded the program · with prayer ; p'oem.by Grace Noll Crowell, inspiring as her .son played muled trumpet music in the back- where she- attend ton .college. The guest'book was signed by Judy Erickson, Tarn Hill, Elaine Bblander, Nancy Wcsl, Susan An : n o* Fort Mor- ibcrger, Chcry! Xulh Austin, derson, Janet Brown gan] Nancy.. Eichcnb Macpherson,'^' Mrs. Yvdhne Austin. ground. Following the .progra Mrs. brief Nancy Bell, Colleen Craven, Nancy Graybea], Mrs. J. M. Gray- heal, Kalhie . Edmiston, flbette Griswolrl, Patricia Flood, Anita Hall, Mary. .Carr, Jeanne Joyner. Carolyn Bullomcr, Linda Winn, Mary Ann Saizman, June Eichen- bergcr, Becky Barber, Carolyn Anderson, Jlrs. Marlys Moo~e, Joan J'.oprc, L u a n a - M . Simmons,- Jill Williams. -' '· · June Maul, Ixirene Carpenter, Donna Lou Reynolds, Florence !}. Wallace, Lyla Carpenter, ilargarel Swartz, Maudie J. .Fulbrlglr., Ruth E. Leach, Jackie"-Arthur, -Lois Curlis, Sharon Erickson, Mnrccnc Erickson, jMrs. R. C. Macpherson and; Mrs. Gent: Erickson. Mothers Are Guests At Cleverly Girls Party Cloverly Economics 4-II club had a Christmas party Wednesday afternoon at 'the home of Barnetla Thoult, northeast of Greeley, when mothers o f - t h e girls were special guests. Mothers present were Mesdames Melvin Bickling, Fred Cozzens Jr., Reinholdt . ThouEt, Neil . Johnson, Oliver Goldsmith, Al Meyer, Reuben I^ebsaek, Harold Swanson and Ted Sutler, · · ^ ' ' · . Games'-.were :-played "with prizes wo'rt by Jill Suiter,'Pame.la Blandin, Sharon Cozzens. and 'Ihe hostess. Prizes and t .refreshmcrits for' the party were furnished "by the girls' sponsor, Worthwhile Workers home .demonstration club. The club..wiU meet again on Jan. 21 at 1:30 p.'in. Hpst'essec will be Lois Goldsmith arid. Karen Johnson. They will "entertain at the Goldsmith home. !. Ghristmi* v dinn«r 'guests of Mrs. Georgia Graham at Evans were . the following members of he- family:' Mrs. Hattie Lewis ( rmd. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dennis and Darrell of Greeley; Mr. ah'd Mrs. Warren Vahhofne'~and sons,' Brian and Gary, of Cheyenne. ,Mrs. Graham, Mrs'. Dennis and .-Mrs. Vanhorne are daughters of "Mrs.-Lewis. At 2 o'clock^ call was completed to Mrs. Ray Epstein at Ames, Towa and all talked to her, her husband and their five children. Mrs. Epstein is also a daughter of Mrs. Lewis. 4-Leaf .Clbvers Grown ST. "PETERSBURG--The Daniels family of St. Petersburg runs the only four-lcaf-clovcr farm in the'world. Members of the family have devoted 30 years to culture of _clover plants that g r o w - f o u r Ica'ycs instead of · the usual three. Millions of Ihe "lucky" William Terrill conducted a business meeting. ' Guests included" Mesdames Robert I.arsorV'and Ruth, N o r m a n Kruse, Kenneth -Otlb, William Krusc, L. Ji| Willson, Ray Hansberry, Homer .Good, Marion-King, John Rowe Jr., Bcstcr Harold, Frank Duncan and J. A. Weaver Sr., sponsor of the circle. Mrs. Wesley Stace rendered de volions on the .Love . Gift theme She read the autobiography of a ove gift. Members brought offer ings lo Uie worship center. Hostesses, Mrs. Jessie Harrison Mrs. Kenneth Walt' and Mrs, Wil iani Boekcl served refreshments from a table, decorated along the seasonal theme. The January meeting will be al [he home of Mrs. Wesley Stace Mrs. William Kruse is co-hostess Devotions and the program will be by Mrs. E. K.'Quillen. Family.'Night Is; Observed by OES Family night at Easfcrn Sfar wai observed Tuesday at the Masonii lempta with a covered dish suppe al 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Doris Ray, Mrs Grace Taylor and Sirs. Lulie Repp were the committee. Mrs. Hulh Leach, wu.'.hy matron and Harold Curtis, worthy patron presided at the business session Announcements included: OE Kensington, Jan. 3, 2 p.m.; Johns town OES Ii4. Jan. 4, grand .vis taiion; Garden-City 'chapter, Jan 10, initiation, · . .-'.'. Mrs. Eva Hinds,: chairman, pr sented a Christmas program, wMc op"en«d with Dolores Benzel play ng her marimba. Pauletta OH vibrn-harpist,, with Mrs. ' Marlj Moore at the piano, played Joy i he World follower! by group sing ng. Susan 'Johnson entertaihc with a piino solo, A -Christma Fantasy. Judy Fulbright san Little Candle' and Rudolph h e ' R e d Nose Reindeer. Mrs. Hinds presented a group ive girls in .vocal numbers, Jud Shroyer sang Birthday of the Kin; Sueva Peterson, Marilyn Nelso and.Norva Jean Hinds tang O Ho' Night m trio. After a solo' by 'J Ann Nelson, No Candle Thnrc, th quintet .sang Jesu Bamhino wit Mrs. Hinds as accompanist. " Concluding numbers were: m; rimba solo, The Christ Child, Mis Benzel with Mrs. Moore " a t M h piano; medley of familiar Chris mas songs, -Miss Benzel and Mi: Otis. . . - - - clovers world. all over the The plastic ring in the waist- ban : d ol that new Christmas apron will be more comfortable H ' t h e ring is submerged in warm water, then shaped ,lo your waistline. Party P,inafore Garnion Home Scene · of GEM Luncheon - . - : , Holiday J u n c h o d n - o f t h e club was held at the home of Mr D. E. Garrison. Fourteen membe were present and one guest, Mr Clara Morris. The president rca the Christmas story, Santa for Pa ents. Mrs. Shirley Dressor san My Christmas Wish for You. Aft a short business meeting, the mer bcrs opened gifts,.which reveale secret "sisters.' i ' . ' 7 . 'Jan." 25.meeting will be at.'tl lome of Mrs. Florence jMcKni 1923 Fourteenth street road.- SAVE on flirts wJnttr coats boys jickttj. 33% off it J-ck Jill Shop. 930 9th Av*.--Adv. lark Golden Wedding Anniversary ; ^ '' .·:··'.-.-':. : *'. Jackpot Awaits Year's Day Twins . jacSpot of $500 in gifts awaits ivcry' set o f ' t w i n girls bbrn.be- ween- midnight and neon Jan. i, he tinic set for (he eighth annual Tohi Twin Baby derby. ·' . - . Although . (ho ' annual national :aby crop'is 'over .4.000,000, odds s re 528 lo one againsi'mom's hav- ing'twins, e v e n ' i f - s h e does have a Jan. 1 stork dale. In last year's Jerbjf, however, the wily bird surprised slalislicians. For Inn second 7car in a row, he delivered a bumper crop of 23 scls,.whcn only 17 were predicted.- Last year, Michigan led Ihe stale lolly wilh three winning sets' New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas lied for second with two pairs apiece. Other .win* .-- wf»-~ scattered-all over Ihciiirtlion. '· Lucky . lwin..-gir!s.-borri-bct\vcc;i midnight and noon New Year's day will receive a Hcdslroni twin baby carriage, an assortment ok Ideal toys, Lullabye cribs aiul,Kontwct mattresses, n special sclcclion !of Love dresses, Trundle-Bundle infants' w c a r - a n d - a year's.supply of Gerber's baby food. Winners will be announced New Year's day. Parents of eligible new comers should send colled, wires to the Ton! Twin'Baby derby, Mer chandisc Mart, Chicago,, ill. All wires .should . reach Baby Derby headquarters by 2 p.m. (CST) Now Year's clay. We give "S H 1 '-Green Stamps ·1 your friendly Rexall Store Gilbert-Bishop end W « t d o r « d o Drugs--Adv. Y club hoiteii W«fr*jd«y_ wii Thursday,' Dtc.;29, 1955;. GREELEY TRIBUNE Mrs. Harvey .Maul.- The mbnibers played pinochle.' High "prize wcnl io Mrs.' Conrad Koehicr. an'l. low-'to Mrs., Gust Winberg.'-Thb -Jan.'12 meeting -"' '- "-· '"·- "·----- -' Mrs. at ' t h e - h o r n c of Henry..Trupp Jr.," cast of Grceley.'". ';.·-...'.'.-.·,. 'Alexander (he Great Introduced, cotton into- Greece in 500 B. C:'-. --Phcto by Jerry Tanni Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Kinsey of 2115 Seventh avenue are observing their fiftieth wedding anniversary today (Thursday). Be-. Cftuse of her poor health, the. couple planned : to spend the day quiet-..- ly at home, . . . Kiosey and Martha J. Keeton were united in marriage- Dec. 29, 1905 -at Nehonville,". Ohio. Two ears" later they came to Colo- ado, soon going to Brush where iey lived six years. .From Brush, ley moved to Dcachvood, S. Dal;., hd from t h e r e - h a c k to Denver. ·here .Kinsey was. employed .PS alesman.by the Supveme Bakers. In 1919, he was transferred to Jreelcy.-where they have resided ince. He retired in 1919. Mr. and Mrs. Ktnsey have been dive members of the First Clirist- an church, where both taught Sun- ay School for several years. Mrs. ·Cinsey was leader in the,woman's ,roup, then knuwn a j the ladies iid. Kinsey . org.inbbil the 1 first oung sriarried:people's class .and aught it for five years. lie is a ife ordained elder oi the Christian church. .Kin^cy also has been very active n the Gideoss, International. .H vas president o£ the local camp.for hree years anJ;ihen sctvcd three ; Mr. «rd Mr*: Gimiret A. Ptt«'ri»n of . 1801-.-Fifteenth" "avenue"'.spent Christmas-in Cheyenne' with -their children/ grandcliilclrcn: rid great grandchildren," A ' j j e c f . h e a r t weighirig t three 1 to thrcc-and-one-half''pb u n ris:..will make'8 to 30 servings.. - - ' f ^ ^ / - Sattirday 9 * Calendar , -'.Country' club,":New YearV e?V dinner dance and breakfast. · · ! · , Plalte, Valley : Grange;:-New ·Year's-eye danced. /-."^ ; "-. - \ ' USE THE TRJBUNE WANT ADS SMALL-D!PiNDAttE smjllesl-'ind'nwit ptKlital Alan Ctek ever offered ' · '· .at-this tow pike. Fu'Jy'fjif'iileftl.'Orj-Je'nel Hoveraest in' ,:. 10 Itory Metal Cast-Biajl l/iriTiir.js-- Black Cfel-R*Jkjn : Himeials.Md hsnds. Siic 3»"x2«". Dislfned-lo be us«d ' ;: ki Modern Of Conten^fary Settirj! for HO«£/.,OffK;E;.. ; '·'. TfyVIL A {ift that »ny mMoal *ou!d b« piotjd lo own from Ihe t'.Mti\ · REGULAR FSKE V(.95 - SATURDAY O OC ONLY BOXEO . tar tfcnbtcpjn IMC *T ew 100 llofts E'^K Please; Note Change 'of .Day.for thii . ' Eye Opener years .as'.president of Ihe Tri : Statc organization of Colorado, \Vy6ming snd Utah. Mv. "nnd' Mrs. Kinsey lave Iravelled extensively over thi .hree states .in their work. The Kinseys nave, lived .in thci: iresnnt homo at-2115 Scvenlli .itye nue for 32 yerirs. Their children are Max of Gvouley,; associated wilh Gordon's Food' Liner; Philip of Gering, Neb.,- a salesman ? foi Supreme Makers, and Mrs. Murie Soise of Denver, who with her daughter, Yvonne, is studying a' Mexico City college. 5 Past Queens of: Job's Are Honored ' Five -past queens were "lioriorct Wednesday evening -.vhen Job's Daughters met at the Masonic temple. A poem about each..oni \vas read, and her theme'song .wa sung. Each past queen was thei presented-a corsage in her term colors. Janice Nelson sang ihe songs ant the poems were re'ad by IJiana-Tay lor, present honored queen.. i At the reception which 'followed the past queens were sealed i places of honor at fi"e tables; eac decorated in . their colors . an theme. ' -/ -1 -1' : Past queens ·honored were Ger trude · Stewart,. Nancy Kiiigh Janet Kliewer, Lynda M,-.e Golz and Xathryn Brown. -· ' Job's Daughters will meet'agai on Jan. 31. . . . USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS District V I I I Nurses To Meet District VIII Nurses association will hold its first meeting of the new .year Tuesday "iii t h e ' auditorium of Weld County Gen-' eral hospital. Dessert will be served at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. JuaniU Sanderson is chairman for the evening, Dr. E. J. Artist will be the speaker. ·- - - -·'- - 'osta Rican Luncheon Enjoyed by 4-H Club' Eighteen .members of the Olin 5 ·Ins 5 .4-H · club gathered at the vome -. of Ollie Hopkins Tuesday noon. Miss Hopkins is assistant to heir leader, Mrs; John Bickling. The 4-Hers were served a typica" Costa Rican luncheon; the dish'being.irr'o'z ton'p6Uo;'a party version o! chicken and : 'rice. ·· : ' ' The table centerpiece was. .-a small ^authentic replica, of. an i cart and each guest -received hand-painted coffee wood napkin ring, brought from Costa Rica" by Miss Hopkins,, who spent' six months there as an 1KYE delegate. After lunch, the hostess presented .0 the club,a gavel made of coffee wood-and carved by her falhcr. , The afternoon was spent making a teneja, better known by th- Mexican name, pinrila, which was filled .ilh candy and small.articles, then hung on Ihe ceiling of the screened porch, where each girl-took turn's trying to break it wilh a stick while blindfolded. · Miss Hopkins's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hopkins, were guests ol Ihe club. Here's an easy topping for gingerbread or spice cake: Whip V4 cup cream wilh a .tablespoon ol molasses. . · Six prescription chemists to serve you ' at ' . our friendly KEXALL stores. "Sll" stamps at' Gilbert- Bishop and Weldorado Drugs.-Adv. · . Corset Studio Delia B. McDonald 1431'llth St. . Nationally Advertlied . Corsets, Girdlel and Combinations Expertly Filled. %*}{' Green Stampi Pretty enough for a party dress is this, charming little girl fashion in Everglaze cclton. The striped cotton pinafore is worn over a solid-colored, full-skirted dress.which ties with a big bow in back. The colorful pinafore .cin be worn separately. ·' · WE WILL BE CLOSED Friday, December 30 For Inventory Jreeley £ry-Goods Next lit'.Nafional Bank '. Phone 872 : We don't debote'atout.pflcesVrfwe"simply bring you the belt for the least. Look for| ,your favorite national I Y'adyBrtlsed products' at the lowest possible prices orl aw shelves. NOT1CE-OUR STORE ,- WILL BE OPEN ,' If P.M. SUNDAY January 1, New Year's Open as usual Monday, Jan. 2 Isopropyl. Rubbing Alcohol Pint 13c Return Address'- · Envelopes -PJtir. of.'SO' Northern Facial Tissues M i l k ' o f 'Magnesia Tablet* UoUIe:pf'.250 39c MULTI-VITE High Potency $A19 Vitamins, 100s Z Anqcin, 100 tablets 69c 100 tablets ...:.:........:. 7e $10.95. · Electric Hair Clippers Waxtex Waxed Paper Phillips Milk of Mag:, 12 ox. .... 33c Horehound Drops; pound ..:' 69c Sal Hepotica :;.u- ....49c We. $1.25 Scrutan . 65c Alko Seltzer Amber Mouth Wash Northern _ Luncheon Napkins 'Guardian JlilkiFilfer Disks' Box of 100 79c $1.25 Size Absorbine Junior Liniment Glccm Tooth Paste 63c f\7,K tube 49c Coca-Colo Ginger Ale ' Seven Up ' Pepsi Cola Other Mixes Nuts and · Candies 17c HAPPY NEW YEAR SCHOOL PENCILS DOZEN METAL. WASTE BASKETS BOUDIOR SIZE ' ' ·t --.1

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