Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 20, 1962 · Page 16
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K.aj Futurtt Syndicate. New York. 17. N.Y. and leather, please do let us know. Get out tho* ballpoint pens -not the ooec that naa*d ygur ; couch-and let us know what you used'. once before and : most of the answers that came in 'said. "Take a paddle and use it in blue jeans do help. But 1 never use them. r «al cute but it did not remove regular pants. some people's ink marks! S bold a crease anyway, but if creasers are in- this. n u^- n" des j ribed - the i^f" drying, completely eli-j . Heloise .0 all wr in Hes. ? »d enable oce tp told the jeans iBtaj. they ^ ··· from the store"! Dear Heloise: Betty DemiBg Dear Heloise: How do y silent, or just what? For fruit stains and stains on my hands from gardening, I use perovide and liquid soap to wash am com- you want to don't forget it. ~|the fine lines to my hands and . so long as you! around m t fingernails. I then i rinse to cold water and use rny Here's the way my husband favorite hand cream. Gertrude L. pletely disgusted with the neighbors fighting over this question? Ten o'clock coffee batch , , , pronounces it: Hell-oh-weese. . jam well aware that (hers is no: . - - Dear Coffee Batch: | W in the name iUelf! However.lDear Heloise: 1 have said before, and I say·since my 200-pound husband pro-! When the ends of your shoe again . . . pronounce it any way nouncis it that way. how can I!strings accidentally come off, and ' ' -~" i IXjSSlbly 3j"fiU? i'nil HaitA ·» /:_,,,._ :i I:_L . Love. Heloise Choose from our larga assortment of famous- Russell Stover Candies --chocolates and home- fashioned favorites; half pound to five-pound ' boxes. ; CAMPUS ;; PHARMACY : 931 16th St. Charles R. Peterson you have no fingernail polish to make them into a point again--, just stick a straight pin on the! end of the string itself to ease the struggle of getting the frayed ^" JlCIOlSC. nm, ow U£gic VL {JUlUllg U My husband bought a length ofi^S" Umiugh the boles, one-inch by two-inch wood, cull Barbar Witte ·· into two 16-inch and two 24-inchj cngtlis and nailed thtm together to form a rectangle. He then nailed 15 clothespins to each long side. I screwed cuphooki into each corner, and took a heavy cord to hook under all of the cup hooks H A T ? J-'-llX Centennial Stale Chapter DAR ae aper so I could hang the gadget up. held its Christmas luncheon and I screwed two cup hooks musical* at the Greeley Country above a doorway under which a Club Tuesday. M r . Ernest _ * -"« -- *··«·« *m-juajr. m i s , ILrnCSl loor furnace outlet happened to Florio and Mrs. Earl Waite were be placed. Her? . . . 1 hung up hostesses for the luncheon. my "clothes dryer." I aUo use this outdoors when t is. warm. I use it mainly for music f,,TM n,i, clothespins! loar Heloise: For goodness sakes, will some wxiy tell us how to remove the ballpoint pen ink that our children have scribbled all over the .. ' cushions of our plastic chairs, and hassocks. sofas, I will be forever grateful to anyone who can come to my. rescue. I sure cannot afford new covers. Mother o! six Diar Heloise: If any of you have ever found v/lu ,, ncl anything that will remove these present. ballpoint pen marks from plasti p i 1/31*018 WW Newcomers Have Luncheon Fife 16 GREELEY TRIBIXE Tfcurs., OK. 20, 19«2 Social Briefs Women's Bible Class Gives Memorial Gift Welcome Wagon K«wcomers' Lo . v * 1 Women's Bible Class Twenty members of Alpha Alumnae had a luncheon at the members will make * donation to Lambda Chapter of Eptiloi Sig- Tea HOUR la* week Atkinson welcomed Hi's. Jerry four Mrs. John Weaver Jr. chapter ,,, ,. .; , Mozart; "Etude in E Major" by Chopin; "Waltz in E Minor" by 'Nocturne" by Grieg; 'Prelude in C Sharp Minor" by Rachmaninoff; "Christina* Car- Mrs. R. E. Waldo, Senior Regent, presided at the chapter meeting which followed. Mrs. Prank Walek, vice regent, read the Christmas menage of Mrs. Robert Duncan, pretident genera of the National Society, DAR. Mrs. Waldo read a Christmas poem rent by Misi Jeeiie Alice Fink, a long-lime member of the Chapter, who was unable to be Mri. John H. Kinkade, program . . , chairman, 'announced .that- the 1 " - -- .;;-----T» " "·» TM«i m nig m » us irom wai laaruonea ,, the Carrifield Hotel. At that time with a Sabrtoa neckline and long ft Mrs. Richard F. .Carlson, vie* pointed sleeves. A crown o! seec £ president general of the national ~ | society DAR will be the guest J speaker. Mrs. Waldo closed the eeting with the reading of some oems in the Christmas tradition .. with a FLDRSHEIM Want to save shopping time and still tome tip with the finest Chrislmag gift a man can enjoy? Simply purchase a Horjheim gift certificate in minutes--he redeems it at leisure--in the style nf his i, thn size he wears --and the finest shoea m o n e y can b u y -- Florshcttni. SHOES OF DISTINCTION 120 NINTH STREET :r»ons Interested Shorthand II Urged ) Enroll Immediately The adult education cours orthand II will run continuous from the end of the Shorthan course, and anyone interestec taking the course is asked roll immediately. , pervisor for Greeley Commun Activities, said registration fo orthand II will be held sep ately.from the regular registra « ior winter semester classes. The class is taught by Mrs. Vir at- the Community Adivitie 'fice. nwrabcfs, Mmes. Louis Brighi. H»m» Moody, Wayne Koehler, and Joe Bush. She then introduced ««W l u e i t s . Mme*. Sain Gn»md«, RJchard Browe, Daniel W«U«. C»ri.Ho«min. Paul Otto, Uejr Van Sijrkt, Willice Rubk-k ·»f Kott Cum. A muttcal pepgram, presented Mr«. Aikinxn and Mrs. Jay », preceded tht luncheon, bodneu meeting was con- d by the president, Mrs. C. 0. Lynch. TV dub voted $50 to the Traiiable Groups, under the - -- - ,.._,-,, ,, *?»» «g- the Building Kund ol the Kirjt'ma Alpha enjoyed a Chrijtmai Uiristian Church in memory ot dinner last week at the Tea Hoi*t their president, Mrs. S. D. "Hoi- Twelve members from the sijter land, 1209 llth Ave., who died chapter, Tlwta Ku, were gueiU. Monday nigh! ?t her home. erebral Paljy Center. A Christmas exchange was enjoyed by the roup after which cards v layed. ~-. Mmes. ,, '. Bob Caranci. and Hold pinochle, Mrs. Harris Moody and Mrs. Paul Hummell; and ca- asla. Mrs. Kubick and Mrs. Roand Smith. Next meeting will be held with le Newcomers Club on Jan. 8. When fudge, after cooking, is :ooled to lukewarm before beat tog, it should be at 104 degrees n a candy thermometer. Mr. a«4 Mn. RnwM Lee Moody. Phott fay Winder Woody-Steinmetz Nuptials Read Irene Geraldtoe SteinmeU and tonald Lee Moody were united marriage Sunday at St Paul's nngrecalional Church. Parents o( the couple arc Mr. nd Mrs. Sam Stoinmctz ... cast Greeley and Mr. and Mrs. 3on Moody of west of Greeley. The Rev. H. J. Stroh officiated t the double ring service. The ride was given In marriage by wr father iu the presence o! uests. Miss Dorothy Foss, cousin ot I* bride, was organist. She ac- ompanied the bride's sister, ^alhy, who sang "Always" and The Wedding Prayer." For the 4 p.m., service, the al ar was decorated with two bsa- blue wool sheath with matching ackct and black accessories. The bride is a 1962 graduate of Platte Valley High School where she was co-valedictorian and went o Girls' Stale. She is now a freshman at Colorado State College where she is majoring in medlca technology. A 1955 graduate of College High School, the bridegroom server Jiree years In the Navy complet Ing his duty hi September. He is now employed at Snow White Karen Walters, cousin of be bride, and Jack Moody, brother of the bridegroom, lighted the wo seven-branched candelabra. The bride was attired in a floor. ength gown of white nylon lace that gifu be omitted ver satin. The fitted bodice end. ·» »« 1» · v«e front wai fashioned Crocketts To Hold Open House Sunday Mra - Crockett their home at 2M3 12th Ave. Cour from 2 to 5 p.m., in celebration o their 35th wedding anniversary They invite all of their friends and neighbors to attend but ask Youth Center Will h C ' o M 2 Su "days eathered white carnations and a! Ann Christmas ..^lla « rn kU »« . ...I.U. niLI. YI_. »··** ' W l l l l J t l l l W a vhite orchid on a white Bible. Her only jewelry was a single strand o nearls aetf of tt«hrid«TMTMn "-"""» "·'"-TM B lur "« frienda for their kind eiprei- of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Youlh Center wa$ .Ions ot Interest 1. our went Mrs. Harvey Bruce of Boulder, _,.,. , ,. ,, _,,, . Bolden weUdlng annlrenarr sister of the bride, was matron o f 1 rfaybyNancyOConnor ' lld - "'eori'lon. We Uiank thoie hnmr BriHo« ma iH w, uu.«.,;_ visor to Ihe youth center council. wh ? .f nm «. I? ln « o.P«» houso ronor, Bridesmaid was Miss Mari 1RH8 LibS3Ck. ' ~ -- "·" ···"·" -- ··«-· --f unuugi Both wore white brocade dress- DM - 31 "w fenisr «"1 be opei es, white pearl veiled hats and matching gloves and shoes. They tions ot Sundays, Dec. 23 am carried colonial bouquets of yel- and chr !stmas day. It will , i; pltfMU»H ftn tllncA mrno Anuf ow carnations. Larry Case of Grand Junction lull UU!il£U](Uely. uan/ vooc VI Ul atlu OUHLlnjII Mike Ritland, adult education served as best man and Jerry *""" J " ""'" ! " "' "" U " :J ------ Moody, cousin of the bridegroom was groomsman. Ushers were Gene Alles, cousin of the bride; and Larry Moody, brother of the bridegroom. closed on those three days. _ "riday and Saturday the ccnte (ill be open in the evenings fro! to 10:30 p.m. ....,_ vlr Immediately following the cere- nia Ryan on Wednesday nights mon y' a reception was held in the !gistration for the course wili church P arlor - -'·"·- " - - - After a short honeynjoon In Wy oming,.the couple is at home west of Greeley. X THE TRIBUNE WANT AD For going away, the bride cho-e For Fine Religious Gifts Cofoe To Our "House" See Our . . . · BIBLES ... a wide variety to choose from, including the new English, Phillips, Amplified Scofield Revised, Spanish and German. SPECIAL -- free gold embossing on all Bibles sold this week. · RELIGIOUS CARDS . . . Sunshine line Scripture Cards in beautiful assortment. Buiza-Cardoza religious selections. · GIFTS . . . beautiful Christmas Ideals, Rainbows, Leaves of Gold, American Annual of Christmas, Religious Plaques, Pictures, Artware and Stationery. · BOOKS ... shelves and shelves of them! Catherine Marshall, Vincent Peole, Eugenia Price, Bible Stories, good Children's Books, Best Sellers, De- votior.als and many, many others. Open until 8:30 p.m. D*i!y For Your Convenience WernerBookHouse The Bible and Book Center 809 9th St N«x» door to Kreij') The Christmas schedule for the isor to the youth center counci For the week Dec. 22 throu trom ' lo 5 Pm ' with the cxcep ions of Sundays, Dec. 23 and 30 .v~»y ··y». 1,1, iivi Living. riii*;i UK "'lilffl fljpu UUIlUQei Mrs. Holland had been active Chapter went to the horn* of Mri. in the class aad had served as C' au fe Hurley of 1035 lltt Ave.. president for many years. She had been hottets to the Class last week for iu annual Christmas party at her home. Guests were Mmes. Chester C. Adams, Roy Robb. and Maude Fine. Christmas favors were given to all attending by Mri. Mary Rose, teacher of the class. Mrs. , ----r- --« "~ jiuw, itotTO « uie ciass. Mrs. of Jack Cornell, at the Holland had conducted the meet- CARD OF THANKS IE1N/E 1 wihh to expre«» my heart. felt thauki and appreciation 'or the acti oj klndncm, incs- saKes ot lympithjr and beautiful flornl oflerlniii wd food received from our k i n d frlendi, relatlvet and neighbors during my recent bereavement In tht Ion of my dear husband, t eipedallv thank Dr. Jourdan, the nur»o« and nur«e aldei at the hos- plUU, all thoge who donated hlood and Rev. Jorden. Al»o lu« Kuner circle for the food that was brought In, Mri. llujo Hehue 1K1NZB We wish to expreaa our heartfelt thanki (or the acla of klndneia, meBiaiei ot iy m . pslh}-, food and floral offerings received from our kind friends and relatives during the Ion of our dear brother Hugo Helnze, who pained away Dec. 6th. Mr. and Mra, Martin Jobe Mrs. Clara Stackhouie Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roths Mr. and Mri. Paul Helnzo Ernest llelnie N E V E R I wlih to thank Dr. Hubbard Smith, Dr. Wldney and the nuraei and nurie'a aldei on mcond floor, weat wing at WelJ County Hotoltal, :al»o the naraet at WeM OMtty Nurslnit home u wall aa all my trlendu for their cardi, floweri and gltu. durlni my stay at the hospital. Mlva Meyer WHARTON \V« w|»|i to thank onr many friends for their kind eiprei After the dinner Alpha Lambda Menu term: maltre d'botel means a mixture of butter, lemon juice and parsley. for a gift exchange revealiaf ae- cret sisters. Mrs. Lyonel Kinnaoo was co-hostess. The chapter donated food, toys and clothes to five children. Next meeting will be Jan. 3, at the home of tin. Jayne Smith of HIT IJth St with Mrs. David Jones u co-hosteu. If you're serving wxip it dinner, it's wise to fill the toup A.VUMUU u»w VVUUUIVCU UIC IIICCl- F ing and Mrs. Gertrude Jacobs P' at « and have them on the table gave the lesson. just before the family titi down. A birthday ong was sung for A tray of cracker?, ratlba tout Mrs. Jennie Straight who cele- ,, che ese itraws-if tbew art to accompany the wip--should also be on the table ready for ptwbig. Smooth table service, with u little jumping-up ai pottiblt, help* to make a meal enjoyable. , ao nnd tboie who could not come but sent cards. We acknowledge with eralltude the gltls Uiat we received. To everyone who participated In niak. ln the occasion a day wo uluill forever cherish, we'bum- bly »ay, "Thanks." Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wlmrlon Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Jonen Mr. nnd Mr«, Donald Fine PARKER GARDNERS" SET *3 95 ttrktr T-lfll Jotlir-firktr "ITrtledin" /»i»e(l Everytine need* thta pnrtict! banpen-pwdl writinf combination. Jotter with txclonn T-Ball textured point umirea practically akip- proof writing. Haa |iant-«M roUUx ink re»rvoir. Out-writes, out-perform* other b*ll pent. Cbotoe of four point aim. Five attnetin barrel colors. M»tchin| Parker "WriU-fliw' Pencil hai pron*l-reptl mechantom. A i ·ftft hi kitnetiv* ChrittotHi paelot "Everything for the Office" 1303 Eighth Avenue PARKER-lfolo- o/Ue VfVtfi Ifotl WaHPtM 'G/'ffSuggestions FibtrglatiTV Trays thro* Pillows . Accessories Floor Lamps Slat Benches Desk Lamps Brass Tea Wagon Ash Trays Pictures Pole Lamps Mirrors Hampers Valet Stand Vases Table Lamps End Tables Hassocks Serving Carts CHRISTMAS GIVING SPECIALS SheHond Electric Broom Reg. $29.95, $24.88 Hoover Upright Cleoner R (g . $69.50, $57.50 Elgin Battery Wall Clock from $19.95 Samsonite Card Table 4 Chairs Reg. $40.75, $29.95 Inc 1320 8th Are. 353-3636 HP

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