Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 20, 1962 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 20, 1962
Page 15
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A l l It " M l 1 1 their chiWr * a ' C«lvi«. Mike i*"** Uslie Jo of Pomona, Calif AULT - Country Coterie mem., their family over the bolidayi bers had their Christmas lum-h-j A Christmas luncheon in the' con at the Garden Kitchen lastlhome of Mrs. Lynn Walker 7f »«*. Durmg the afternoon Mon-IEaton was enjoyed by m«ri*r to Carlo whist was played and of the North Side Club Charter prizes were given to Mmes. Al. members. Mrs. Lydia Addin of M T 27' *? J "« rf »*».iE«ta.. Mr S . Catherine Amen ward Bill* and Stella Clark. jGreeley and Mrs. Ethel Smith Gifts were exchanged and a lunch- were present. Mrs. Chri. Ken c con planned for Jan. 2 with Mrs. Pierce was a club guest PENNEY': 60* ANNIVERSARY Covers were placed at one loo ""' centered with a popcor Beth Klelxer, serving as hostess Officers will be elected . . . .- , !~«tv vcubucu wiui m popcoi Major Dale Hansen of the Ma.icake topped with angels and can- rme Air Corps at Norfolk. V«.,idles made by Hn. Cora Maskil! arrived home Friday for several! Mrs. Fred Hansen. prtfiden days visit with his parents. Mr.: conducted a short busiaew meet and Mrs. Mads Hansen. A familyling. "My Favorite Chrijtma gathering for dinner on Sunday Song." was the roll call topic hosts, included Major H^ig^ or^rt^hfch^to Mr. ,'ind Mrs II nv A i -.«« :.LI . . . . r Wilh «* M Han Kim. of Greeley; Mr. and Mrs! Norman Hansen with their family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hansen and their children r v e y daughter, Christine Hansen Th ' secret friends were vealed in the gift packages an names wer drawn for next year friends. Mrs. Arvid Wahlqulst will ___ _ _ i n i tiuu ^ Major Honsen had spent some the hostess on Jan. a for an a: lime in Albuquerque. N.M.. before """"on meeting and election coming here. His wife and family officers. of Norfolk did not accompanj him on the trip. »wj |*M *j niui ana. \j. i\, rMUf The Laney family will spend the son, hostess. Covers for dinne "'"" J ' holidays here visiting relatives. Mrs. Erie Hyde entertained a dessert bridge for members o Dt-u-Lon Bridge club and other R u e s t s including Mmes. s. R Spencer, Edith 1'etersm and Al bert Larson, Contract bridge *" played High scores were won by Mmes Petersen, S. L. .McDonald and Jacob liasbrouck. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Foos and their son. Mark, of Denver wwe Sunday dinner Viola Strong. guest* of Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoist* Glv« Pelt for Chrlitmat HAMSTERS, GUINEA PIGS ind CAGEI FRANK'S SEED A N D H A T C H E R Y "9 10th K'_ 35M096 For Christmas . . THt STOCKMAN Open Friday Nlghti Young matrons had their Christ mas party with Mrs. C. R. Patte were placed at one long tab centered with a Christina* rangemenl. A social evening was (pent wit the gifts arrangtd around a lor ly lighted t r e e for eichang Name* of secret friends were r vealed and names were drawn [ next year's friends. A holiday dinner for I.O.O.F and Dorothy Rebekah lodge* was held in the lodge hall recently Cover* were placed for «0 lodg members and a guest. Mrs. Cor Maskill. at tables decorated seasonal motif. A turkey dinner was served. Mmes. Gertrude Mar rail, R. J. Copei and John Sie eni were members of the cornmi tee on arrangement*. Aft«r dij ner games were playri and whi elephant priies awarded. Christ nuts gifts were distributed. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Copei an their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hostae, an grandchildren of Pomona, Cali were Sunday visitors of Mr. an Mn. Charles Warden and the family of Boulder, Iririih Cycle Mithapt LONDON-During Ml. the risk oC-tning kilbd «r nrmuly in jured while rldinf · motorcycl was 19 times greater than when driving a car for the same dis tance. The risk for a motor scoo er was 14 times ai great as la » car driver. A rule of thumb for house hut ens. offered by homing author ties of Allied Chemical Corp., that a family generally can affor a home that costs about two an i half time* rti annual net F R E E ! BASEY'S Christmas Special 100 MOR-VALU STAMPS Good with Any Purchase Thru Dee. 21, 22 and 24rh Open NiUt Until 8:00 Open the 24th until 4:30 5 0 0 0 MOR-VALU Stamps will be given oway at our Christmas drawing Dec. 24th YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN Sign for Drawing Below 1st Prixe --2000 Stamps 2nd Priie--1500 Stamps 3rd Prix*--1000 Stamps 4rh Prixe -- 500 Stamps 353-0456 FEEE CANDY! Mrs. Santa will be at Penneys from 4:30 'til 8:30 on Friday and from 11 'till 3 on Salurdayl Come on down! Gift ties of IT · SILK Hettyweight European silks, the quality you'd expect to find at twice the price... now at sensational holiday savings! New-look stripes, handsome underknoto, allover patterns, solids... all specially selected for this event many months ago. All domestically styled in a color assortment so vast you just can't miss I GAYMODE* SEAMLESS NYLON HOSE! NEW LENGTH BULKY KNIT CARDIGAN! OUR LADY TQWNCRAFTS PIMA COTTON! Kvpry \vnniiin in your life mill on y o n r Christniiis list ' loves raynioiii »tnm l o s s hosiery! And. (hero's exRdly thr fashion shad?! A luxurious Orlon acrylic fnrdifwn that. washes by hand! ] n the newest, most del i K h t f i i l f a s h i o n flisdes imaginable! Carefully scaled an contour-nit to fit her at sleeve and tail! Machinr \v s s h 5 h 1 F Pims rotlon is wonderfully easv-care ! LIGHT, FLUFFY DACRON® FILLS A COZY COMFORTER! The cover is nylon, one side flowered, the other solid . . . so you can machine wash your Dacron polyester comforter in lukewarm water -- it stays soft, pretty as new! Non-allergenic! Pink, peacock, marigold. REGINA GIFT BLANKET MAKES BEDS BEAUTIFUL! And you'll find this blanket has the value extras you want! S'.i soft, fluffy pounds--a rich blend of long-wearing Avisco® rayon with acrylic! Nylon binding! Machine wash, lukewarm water. 795 7f x W 9 PLUS THESE WONDERFUL GIFTS! FOR DAD: Dress Belts, S3 and So; White Dress Shirts, 3.25; Sho« Shine Kit, 2.95. FOR MOM: Blouse and Skirt Set, 6.95; Little Slippers, $2. FOR THE HOME: Provincial Comforter, S.95; Phonograph, 17.SS; Holiday Tablecloth, 2.44. --*- GIVE HIM A FINE LEATHER BILLFOLD! Select from these excellent values in coin ]nir?e or pass case stylos, all leather w i t h embossed hacks, all gift lxxed. 3 MEN'S GIFT ROBES IN MANY FABRICS! You'll fimi ra\on acetate plaids, UH' 1 r cotton muted stripes ami Imported 100'. v i s rose rayon p l a i d s. Sizes small, medium, large. GREAT GIFT! PJ'S IN HIS FAVORITE STYLE Printed stripes, fan- cles in coat style or pullover with or without collar. Elastic waists. Sanforized?, cotton flannel. 7M3 95 3 Shop Penney'j every night till 8:30 p.m. ·22-S24 ilh ttrttt, Grtcley

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