Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 28, 1962 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 28, 1962
Page 10
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TRIBUNE Frifc,, D«. M, Greeley High Thespian Troupe To Present "South Pacific" John Stephens Girault, drama and speech instructor at Greeley High School, will direct Thespiaii Troupe 657 in its annual musical presentation. "South Pacilic." The Rodgers and Hammerstein 11 production will be given Feb. ?. 5, and 7 at I p.m. Additional activities are being planned for opening night. Ensign Nelli* Forbush. Mary Mn f. «iravti Past Matrons Club Has Christmas Party Twenty-nine members of the .Past Matron's Club and two guests, Mrs. Edith Johns and Mrs. . home of Mrs. Norval Hinds, 191(1 21st Ave. Mmes. A. C. Stonemsn, ·Velm» Grable and Viola Calhoun were assisting hostesses. As the guests arrived, a group of. ; children from Maplewood School greeted them Christmas carols. Mrs. Clarence Wallace conducted the business meeting. Christmas gifts were exchanged and carols were sung by the group led ·by Mrs. Hinds. Next meeting will be Jan. 18, at the home of Mri. Herman Kliewer of 1825 «h Ave., with Mmw. Ruth Brown, Mabelle Welsh and Murray Cole assisting. Rome will expand her airport. Martin's star role on 3ro»dway, will be recreated by Janet Bpyd. Janet Murphy and Terry Tunier. Other characters wjlj be'tht same three nights. Bob Schwayder will portray the Frenchman. Em- Ue de Btcque with Darrell Heil a; the fugitive II. Joxph Cable, Joyce Shupe is cast as colorful Bloody Mary, Alan Mostellar as inimitable Luther Billis and Ryoko Else as gentle List. i Greeley High School orchestra qnder the direction of Roecoe Sooth will furnish music for the induction. Soroptimist Scholarship at CSC Awarded to Senior from Honolulu Thelma Sueda, a senior at Colorado State College from Honolulu, Hawaii, is the winner of a 1150 special education scholar- singing -oce Framing PRINTED PATTERN 4706 SIZES | CARD OF THANKS KEOUOH I wiih to expren my sincere thinlu gad appreciation to all who tent flowers, cards and gifts, and to all who visited me, during- my recent stay In the hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Kerame, the nurses »nd the »taft at the \Veld Co. General Hospital for their kindness, Mr«. Pearl Keoujb Responses from 5,157 Users of Helena Rubinstein's Ultra Feminine Face Cream Overwhelming endorsement by 94% of these users of Ultra Feminine, the only cream that works within skin to replenish estrogen and progesterone, natural youth substances! "This cream definitely made my skin look younger and more alive" ..I noticed considerably fewer lines and wrinkles due to dryness." John Hoffs Visit Arco After 19 Y«grs Mr. and Mrs. John Huff and daughters, Kathy and Hary lot, left Wtdnwday for their honi* at Belhaven. N. C., after spending a week visiting his brother, Conrad Hoif, and sister, Mrs. Rud Stra'isheim. and their families, ail of east of Greeley. This was the first time the John lioffs had visited Grwley in II years although he is » native i this. area. A family Christmas dinner was served at the Conrad Hoffs. Be- sidec those already mentioned, those attending were Herman Hoff, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehr- llch. Mr. and Mrs. Har-y Hoff. KATM. Connie and Beth Ann, alj of Greeley, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Annan, Billy and Sherry Kay of Grover. MM- Conrad Hoff was unable to tie present for the dinner. She is in Weld County General Hospital recovering from injuries received in a car accident Dec. 2. On their way to Grteley, the John Hoffs flopped at Liberty- vflle, 111., to visit his brother, Jake Hoff, and family. ship awarded annually by the Greeley Soroptimist Club. The Honolulu studenl is major- ng in special education, a field which deals wilh the exceptional and handicapped child. She Is an active member of the Council or Exceptional Children and the Hawaiian Club. Announcement ot the scholar- hip award was made by Dr. Jack Shaw, dean of students. Mrs. E. C. Harroh Ho$ Tourist Club Mra. E. C. K*T»O »« bwtcss (· *e Ttcrat CM) for iti Christ- nw mwtia* at her heat at 1719 Ik it Mn. C. L Lett trended at (be meeting attended by IT members. Mr». E. C. BaW read, "1 Am the Spirit of Chriatmu." Mn. Mollie Kku asiiited by Mra. ). H. Conbtrg gave Ihe program. Mn. Kitts read the ChrWmai itory (mm the Bible, Mn. Conberg taag carols. Mn. Kitti al»o read the itory of 'Red Candle" by Temple Bailey. tb* tea wire Mme«. W. . Knfct, John D. Bohltndtr, Thom- a«Mwlck. Next meeting will be 3m. 15, at the home of Mn. Gordon Mots. 530 13th Ave. ivf** HMtn. Katfetk Ptwt. Hinders-Richling Wedding Sun. Face-framing flattery-ring col lar wilh soft scarf tie. For daytime smartness, choose cotton or wool--for holiday elegance, faille or satin. Printed Pattern 4706: Half Sizes 14V4, 16%, 18V4, 20V4, 2214, 1A%. Buckingham By MRI. R. E, LIVENOOOD BUCKINGHAM ·- Mr. and Mra. Chrisie Holthusen were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane :aslor at the Skylark In Sterling 'uesday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Green andi their family of Brighton spent he Christmas week end with his mother, Mrs. Alta Green, and his irothers, Don and Dale. Mrs. Olin Castor, Gary and 'ortia and Van Freeman were ialurday evening supper guests al Ihe Duane Caslor home, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Caslor, -arry and Debbie were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Samber and their boys al SUfneham. Mrs. Olin Castor, Gary and Portia, accompanied by Mrs. Lulu Campbell of Fort Morgan anc Van Freeman enjoyed Christmas inner with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Allen and their family at Sedg wick. In the evening, Portia Casor and Van Freeman enjoyed an evening at Ihe Pele Freeman rome. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Uvengoo and Sandy and Mr. and Mrs. Ron ny Livengood and Kim joined in a family garnering at the Me Livengood home in Brush Christ, mas Day. Mrs. F. B. Livengooc eturned home with them to spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Orie Hill, Bobby First Methodist Church was the scene of the marriage Sunday of Grace L. Rlchling and Ronald Eugene Hinders. The bride is the daughter of E. F. Richling of soulheatt of irecley. She is a graduate ol Ireeley High School and a 1381 jraduate of Colorado Statu College where she was a member ot Jeans and Janes, and PI Omega fraternity. She is now teaching fraternity. She is no wteacbwg at David Starr Jordan High school at Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hinders of 'oden, Iowa, are the parents of te bridegroom, He was grad ated from Woden Independcnl 45-inch Send cents in coins for this pallern ·- add 10 cents for each paltern for Ist-class mailing. Smd to Anne Adams. (Greeley Tribune 363) Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly name, address with size and style number. Over 100 answers to "what-to- wear"--in our new full color Fall- Winter Patlern Catalog. Casual, dressy, school --all sires! Senc 35c now. Set how you can look younger !n 30 days or your money back! Use Ultra Feminine every night! ONCE-A-YEAR SALE! Urge Size 60-Day Supply. R'g. 6.00 NOW ONLY 3.75 SAVE j.25 (Save $!3.50on year's supply) M · E «'OS«i!cMern*..tC«»* .: «" bogeriPV* ;'··· and (or younger looking hands, save on Young Touch* Hand Lotion with estrogens 2.7] value Now only 1.50 Umliil ilmi tint, FHrttpluTu Weldorado Drugs 800 9th St. Gilbert Downtown Pharmacy 810 8th St. Gilhtrt Killsifc Phirmacy 2108 11th Av*. Way Your New Year be a really great one! inghom Gals Club Elects New Officers Mrs. Orin Schofield wai elected trcsidenl of Ihe Gingham Gals HD Club at a meeting al the home f Mrs. Reed Timothy. Other new officers are Mrs !rnest Brown, vice president; Irs. Delmar Scholfield, secre ary; Mrs. Elmer Nordholm reasurer; and Mrs. Fred Leis reporter. A covered di»h dinner was en joyed by 12 members, three gucsL and 11 children. Silly hats de iigned and modeled by the mem t a family gathering at the Rob rt Graham home in Greeley. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mitze were called lo Greeey e a r l y Chrislmas Day due lo his molh er's illness. She is suffering from a stroke at the Weld Counly Hos pilal. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hilzer spcn Christmas Day with Mr. and Mr fans Jorgensen and other rela ives in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Art Accola Christmas Day gucsls of Mr. an Mrs. L. J. Poush and fheir sons. Mr. and Mrs. John Ford an .heir daughlers and Mr. and Mrs Delbert Caslor Wade, Mona an Todd spent Chrislmas Day wil Mrs. Ralph Ford a hers were exchanged. Guests She carried carnations, were Mmes. Elmer Miller, Rob ert Goctzcl, and Allen Backman A gift exchange revealed secre als and new names were drawn or Ihe following year. The auc ion package furnished by Mr: DeWayne Adolph went to Mrs Fred Leis. The pasl president' pin was presented lo Mrs. Tim othy. Next meeting will be Jan. 10, a :he home of Mrs. Roy Andrews o 207 15th St. Mr. and Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Casloi Larry and Debbie spent Christ mas Day with her mother, Mn Hilda Holthusen al Stoneham. Mr. and Mrs. bob Opdahl r Sterling and Mrs. Hnltle Shell spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Opdahl. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Green and their family of P.rlghton spcnl Chrislmas wilh Mrs. Alia Green, Dale and Don. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowman Mrs. Don Grounds and I h e i r spenl Chrislmas Day wilh Mr. and daughters in Sterling. Mrs. Reuben Giesick Elected President Mrs. Reuben Giesick was elecl ed presidcnl of the North Kerse Club at a meeling at Ihe home o Mrs. Glen Cockrofl. Other new o ficers are Mrs. Will Day, vie president; Mrs. Cecil Duffield secretary: Mrs. Martin Jobc. as sistant secretary; Mrs. Earl Hen dricks, treasurer. Mrs. Cockrofl read Iwo verses from Ihe Bible and an arlicl "The Night That Time Began. Roll call was answered wilh th name of a favorite hymn. Christmas poems were rea and Christmas gifls were ex changed. Next meeling will t Jan. a, at the home of Mrs. Adai Dill. Igh School and has been attend- ig CSC where he was a member '. the Distributive Education The Rev. Laird V. Loveland [ficiated al the double ring scrv- :e. There were 35 guests pres- nt to see the bride given in mar age by her father. Mrs. E. D. Miller, organist, ac- ompanied Miss Judy Laubhan ho »ang, "Because" and "The Cord's Prayer." Two arrangements of blue llnl- i carnations on Ihe allar sel Ihe olor Ihcme of blue and white, 'shers Tommie Haley of Greeley nd Merle Giddings of Wesley, owa, lighted the tapers for tho andlellght ceremony. The bride wore a floor-length atin brocade gown which ihe de igned and made herself. U wai ashioned wilh a round neckline md three quarter-length sleeve: i pleated oversklrt fell over the traighl skirl of salin. A crown if pearls held her shoulder-length p'eil and she carried a cascade ot ealhered while carnalions with blue lulle and Christmas hells. Mrs. Betty Barwick, sister ol .he bride, was matron of honor. She wore a slrcel-lenglh dress ol )lue salin slylcd like Ihe bride's and a matching blue head band. ·ucciuful Woman To Rimain Ftminint TORONTO (AP) - Now that women have won their freedom, can they still expect men to optn doors for them, hold chairs for them and show other signs of respect or have they lost the right to these considerations? Joy Davies, a Toronto fashion commenlator who operates charm schools for both men and women says yes, women have lost this igbt, but tf they remain feminine the tradiliooal etiquette relationship will continue. What Is beiog feminjjie? "Femininity involves both an attitude and an appearance-an attilude of genllencss and kindness and an appearance of good leakh, softne**, neatnew, poire and ridiance." Since women have been work- ag in Ihe buiirwu world, men have losl a great deal of the re- once had for th«m and istly so, says Miss Davies. "Many career women have a hard sheU-they are loud, Ihey swear, they overdrink and thty oversmoke because they think this is all part of their n*w more aggressive role. And I have seen men deliberately flaunt rudeness at such women. "It is possible to be aggresfivc n a feminine, charming way." voice and nvinner Out pertuadcs rather than demands is one of Ihe tricks, : ame across a better idea: Now, stead of just beating we lenxm u'ch is enough for only the usual upper, I put three or four lemons the oven. I let this* cool and ice in my relri|erator. The next * it's tea Ume, I've got the ciest lemou in town! Heioitt )car Heloise: Hake a "hair-do" apron from l*rg« baihlowel that hac become thin for good dryiag. Fald in ·If croatwise, cut out a circle fit the neck and cut an opening wn the front. Bind with bias ape. This also helpi use up odds One of th « llni °"* **** to ; suggests, thing! Mil upili at he lax wilh llfi nd to do this, six recommends at they stop being so minded. "Women should stop worrying about what might happen bu never does." Also, if they wanl lo be relaxed Ihcy musl organize Iheir lime well. ihe also encourages her clients develop a sense of humor-no st Ihe ability (o laugh al a fun joke or situation but at them Ives. Marlyn Hinders of Denver served as his brother's best man. Following the wedding, a reception was held at the Colony Room. For traveling to their new home at 71514 S. Myrtle, Inglewood, Calif,, the bride chose a royal blue sheath with matching jacket. A white fur collar, and black patent accessories completed her cos- ume. Stork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bernhardt of Gill, a son on Thursday, Dec. 27, al Weld Coun- ly General Hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Darrell D. Skurich of 2511 9th St., a daughter on Thursday, Dec. 27, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knespel of Rt. 1, a son on Thursday, Dec. 27, al Weld Coun- ly General Hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs, Larry Me- Cdndlcss of 921 14th Ave., a son on Thursday, Dec. 27, al Weld Counly General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanchez of 505 9lh St., a daughter on Friday. Dec. 2fl, al Weld Coun- ly General Hospital. Koops on Outside LOUISVIILLE. Ky. (API Whisky barrels contain mclnl only on the outside, in the form iron hoops. Jf metal were tisec on the inside, it would contain inalc the whisky. SHIRT LAUNDRY 3 LOCATIONS: H i l l i i d e 8ZO Hth St. »20 9lh Avt. N E E D ENTERTAINMENT For Your New Year's Parly? Call 3524436 For the Finest In Magical Productions JERRY SNAPP BREWED WITH PURE ROCKY MOUNT STOCKHOLM - A S w e d i s 1 has announced its inlentio lease patents to any cstah hed American company for Ih lilding of sand spreaders. J4inb fr rom ·y Htu»*I All corr«*«n4«nct Mrtalnlnf to tht HililM column th'ould b* nutlH directly It Helelt* King Feature* ·ynlc«tt, ZH I. «lh »t, Nfw ¥»r*, 17, N.Y. ear Heloise: It's tea time so I am going to tell you that a lemon heated Mor* V juice U extracted nil] produce almost twice M much juice m cold one. · * · fcar Ladies: Yog know, this idea really MUM crajy. but H is absolutely trut. ook fen j*kis or anything in the oven which requires fresh lemon ce, a few minutes before ti« two a done, I «w»y-; pl»« my mons IB the oven and heat them or a few minutes. After doing this a few tunes, oom tables. I don't know what ype of wax she is referring to, ut 1 put a liquid furniture wax m my dining room table and could Dot remove it with anything hut aklng soda. Baking soda applied with a lightly dampened sponge did a wautiful Job. I want lo ad/, that my table top U coated vitk « tear plastic. Patsy Alexander Home Demonstration Agent * · · )ear Heloise: A thin coating of shortening *er Ihe bottom piecrust before wking and putting in the filling eeps mine from getting soggy. th when putting your hair up, eeps your dress clean, and is sy lo launder as it needi no oning. I put thii hair-do apron on when take my hair down. 1 put the ·lers in the large pocket, the comb in the narrow pocket and ut the apron away. By doing is, everything Is ready when 1 nt la "do up" my hair the next me. Good Neighbor · · * ar HeloiM: A recent reader requeited ay to remove wax from dining A sponje In every soap tray nd yoi have a soap filled pad to rash the sink Kith! "Suzle Z" id endi of tape! Sew a targe pocket at Ihe hot- m ot the apron. It can be mad* om a wathcloth or from the frcular piece cut from the neck Dear Heloise: le. Make a smaller narrow Here's a little lip for ladies who ?»ckct on the other tide. drive. To protect the back of your In the large pockel keep rollers shoe from dirt and Kuff, get a clipe. In the imall pocket luep wft iponge and put It on the ur comb, fills is eaiy to work - - - ·loor board of the car under I ·alee pedal. The he«l of the ihot «IU rest on the tponge and not n the floor board and the shoe will stay clean and frte from marks of any kind. Mrs. 11. J. HUM Moroccan phosphate itorei are bwn. Elmer 1). 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