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GREELEY TRIBUNE, OLIVE, DON, VESTA, REST - and it's below the 1 Mrs. their Saturday home....
and it's below the 1 Mrs. their Saturday home. apd a featured Elaine. Mrs. Ed Carter, Kurtz, Jr., Shirley Romona Misao Gary Veden. members of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kurtz and ihily. Mrs. Olive Moore and daughter, Mrs. Vesta Wall and son Rex o£ Pueblo returned home Monday after after spending several days visiting Mrs. Moore's son and daughter-in- aw, Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore and sons, Terry and Larry. Pioneer club members and husbands husbands enjoyed a picnic dinner in .he local Liberty park Sunday afternoon. afternoon. Mrs. Norman .Holste was hostess at a dinner party Tuesday evening honoring her husband's birthday. Sharing the occasion with honored honored guest were Mrs. Ernest Holste and son Gary of Fort Collins and .heir house guest Theda Robertson, Ur. and Mrs. Robert Copes, Mrs. Charles AVarden and children, Charene Charene and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. U. N. Copes and daughter, Jeannie and the hostess. Many birthday ;ifts were presented to Norman. Ault... Ault, Aug. 10--Mrs.. Roy Pankey of Greeley, formerly Miss Jean Lombard of Ault, was feted with a lovely bridal shower Tuesday evening in the local Baptist church. Hostess included Mesdames O. A. Bunch, Art!en White, Chester Cox, W. G. Briggs. Daisy Pearson, D. B. Venable, Don Moore, Dale Strange and Jette Lightsey. Fllty guests enjoyed the party. Numerous bouquets were arranged arranged in the church parlors and a pastel color theme was used in all party details. Doris Lightsey played two piano solos and Mrs. Briggs read a collection collection of appropriate poems. Mrs. Bunch presented Mrs. Pankey with her gifts, which were arranged on a lace covered table centered with a bouquet of gladiolus. Her mother, announced today that examination for' licensed the Merchant M a r i permanent commissions In the will he held on February 27, 19n2. . ; Applications should bo postmarked prior to February Insure processing for this examination. Commissions will be n the ranks of l i e u grade), lieutenant and commander, depending experience and professional All applicants must be ages 21 and 40 and have least four years as a officer aboard a U. S. vessel. The examination is deck and engineering Appropriate examinations en to each group. may be secured by writing Const Guard, (PTP), 1300 NW, Washington 25, D. any Coast Guard district

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 10 Aug 1951, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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