Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1957 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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Pace 10 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thursday, June 6. 1957 Ft. Lunton... FORT I.UPTON - Lriving Friday (or California are Mrs. Annette Travis of Kansas City, Mo., ·nd Mrs. Luclnda Young of Kansas City, Kan., who h a v e been the houseguests of their brother and sistrr-inliw, Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge FrinV. During their stay here the visit- eirs and their hosts h a v e taken s e v e r a l trips. One day was spent In Idaho Springs with a niece and Wesl Slope Approach Road Conlracfs Let family, the C. F. Coles. One day w a s iprnt going In Estes Park, and mother to Nrderlands and in tha' vicinity. The women will spend an tndrfcnite time in California w i t h relatives. Mr. Frink's other sister, Mrs. Alice Young, also of K a n s a s D E N V E R I* -- The Colorado City, Mo, had just completed a j l l i g h w a y Dept. Wednesday award- visit here for a month, leaving |Cd contracts for reconstruction of Ju«t before Ihe other sister's a r - 1 approach h i g h w a y s to two West** r-l ·* · _ cl the (irit cliss to receive di- plomn under the institution 1 ! new stilus is a university. .Since finishing bis roune he his bffome rstabliihed in a position with the State M u t u a l Ufe Assurance company of Worcbtster, Mass., and works out of the company's Drrurr office, lie and Mrs. Vcltcr, the former Miss IJnda Myers of Ixveland, and their two- ycarold son, Steven Alan are settled in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. \tt 1. Vrttrr will attend the craduating I exercises Friday with t h e i r daush I Men Plot Sly Conspiracy PL tcr-in law. rival. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Miwrr and frn Slope cities. Tht Shore-Hailcy Construction j daughter, Denice, 'ofYort Worth. I c °- of I-'ttleton was lowest of 111 Tex., have just completed a visit b '^."« '" r " bu , lldlns ,l 2 3 ""'"j here with the parent, of Mrs. ° ·«°» I ' ««h«» « «» «l»« Moore. Mr. »nd Mrs. Jess Popino. Mrs. Moore is the former Mi*s I.aVonne Popino who crew up in Fort I.uptnn and was g r a d u a t e d f'om the. Fort I.upton Hich school. While here she enjoyed visitins the school and meeting her former teachers. Serjeant and Mrs. Tester I. j side of Meeker. Work will tirt June 16 on Ihe S.1II.6II project, on which Ihe p r e l i m i n a r y e s t i m a t e w a s $313,119. The project will extend southeast from Uie Colorado Rivrr in five m o n t h s . Ititchey and son. Ricky, of Seaside, j i j · C a l i f , and Mrs. Ellen Ricod of "*·*· l '""Stockton, Calif., arrived Monday for a visit with V.r. and Mrs. Edgar Anderson. Mrs. Ritchey is Mrs. Anderson's sister and Mrs. Ricod li her niece. They have been visit Ing Mrs. Ritchey's f a t h e r in Grand Junction and are en route to Biloxi, Miss., to see her daughter. Mrs. Ritchey will he remembered | as Irene who established Ihe I beauty shop which has sine? been J known as Irene's Beauty Nook, ] row owned and operated by Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. Ritchey i« recovering from injuries suffered in an automobile accident about three years ago. She sustained a broken pelvis, left leg broken in many places, knee cap torn loose, left wrist and arm injury, ribs broken and cuts on face and hack of head. She w«s in the Fort Ord Army hospital m a n y months and her life riispurcd of hut the is now able to walk with difficulty, but hopes to continue improving. IJttle five year rid Rickey w a s adopted by the couple while Set. Ritchey w a i stationed in J a p a n . The visitors left Tuesday. M:t. Riirhey has just been separated from service a f t e r J7 years service. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson nf Humboldt. Iowa, are spending several weeks here with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Johnson. The Eldrr.1 Johnsons own and operate the Fort Ixiplon Cleaners and Clothiers. The Johnsons came especially for Memorial day as they h a v e several j relatives whose graves in Denver cemeteries they decorated each year. Mr. and Mrs. M a r k D e v r r e a u x rf I/ong Bearh. Calif., are visiting in Greeley w i t h Mrs. Devereaux's niece and family, the Orlo Naugles, \n be near and w'ith their aunt. Mrs. S. G. Montgomery at the Bonell home in Greeley. Mrs. Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. Dever- enux visited w i t h Fort I.upton friends the day prior to Memorial d a y and also attended Memorial services at the ?'ort I.upton cemetery. They were dinner guests of Mrs. W. P. McWilliams Thursday. The De\ereauxes are former Fort Lupton and F.stes Park residents. They are on vacation and are spending a part of their time rest- Ing and fishing at Estes w h e r e they j were accompanied by Mrs. Mont- I gorrery. i Mrs. S. J. Rhode returned Mon- ' day from a very enjoyable trip In the west coast which consumed , over two months. She saw several friends on the trip including a visit with ' f r i e n d s in Seattle and Portland and in Anaheim and I/s Angeles. Calif. She spent the Mother's day w e e k e n d w i t h Mrs. i Frank Burt in !/« Angeles. M r s . I Rurt is a former Fort I.upton j resident. She was met at the plane li Denver by her s n n i n l i w and · daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Pal- Inn. K i t t y I.ynne and I'hrisann. Mr. and M r s . John l j m p h i r e arrived in Fort I.uptnn Monday from Glendale, Ari; . w h e r e Lampshire has just c r a d u a t e d f r o m the A m e r i c a n I n s t i t u t e of Fnrekn Trades. Prior to c r a r i u a t i n n he was Interviewed by s r \ r r . i l r n m p a n i r s and accepted a po.iiinn in Salt LaVe City where he w i l l undergo IS months t r a i n i n g . He will then go to California for f u r t h e r training , before being e«tablihed permanently. En route home t h e y stopped In Salt Lake to find an a p a r t m e n t and get settled. They will return there for Ijmpshire to begin his work June 10. Here t h e y are the guests of Mr. and M r s . E d g a r Anderson. They are d i v i d i n g t h e i r lime between t « o homes, the And ersons and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herb in Lakewood. Gordon L. V r t t r r nf Dc-mrr. son cif Mr. and M r s . Lee J. Vrlter o! Fori I.upton, has recently received Ihe honor of being invited into the membership of Pi G a m m a Mu. National Science Honor society. He is aim a member of Sigma Alpha F.psilcn fraternity at Colorado Mate university, Fort Collins, f r o m which he Is being graduated rr.d:v, June 7. Vetler finished his requirements fnr his bachelor's degree at the mirtdl- nf Ihe y e a r , hut will attend Ihe commencement exercises as a member of the g r a d u a t i n g class and receive bis diploma Friday along with the 700 other graduates DALLAS, Tex. uTi - II. R. Eves told officers a t h i e f stole two nf his hives loaded w i t h bees and honey worth S120. By VIVIAN BROWN AP Ntwsfeitures Writtr Grt yourself a good assortment of secret weapons, girls. The male is planning to hitch ou to a plow. Time was when the lady of the house didn't even put up her own c u r t a i n rods. Go up on a ladder? Perish the thought. But how times have changed. Nowadays any w o m a n who can't discuss power, leverage, precision t i m i n g and automatic gear shift is just plain old-fashioned. In just a few short years men h a » e educated w o m r n to the mechanical age. They repair the dripping faucets. The modern kitchen resembles an airport control tower --levers, g a r l c e t s and knobs galore with the lady of the house acting as engineer. Hit a Catch The houscswile who was recognized as chief cook and bottle washer has graduated to Ihe power engineer and field superintendent --and " . . . there's t h e rub." The subtle t r e n d is found in widely used ads for all available products from drills and powtr saws to tractors, stressing ". . . light enough for Ihe woman of the house to use." A case in point Is the gentleman who informed his wife he bad bought a new magnesium ladder that would eitend to 18 ft. "light enough," he added "for you to use." She beamed, glancing at their old wooden spare rider and then suddenly mumbled, "W h a t would I want with It feet of air." (She"didn't know that he was thinking the house could use a coat of paint.) Ham Keeps Men at Pole in Contact with Home By BOB POWELL SYRACUSE, N. Y. OH - To 315 men at tho seven United States bases In Antarctica, the name RAGS connotes a warm oasis in a frigid expanse of desolation. The BAGS are a group of amateur tadio operators in North. Syracuse who tend the night watch Salesmen are In on the pitch too. I »l ihort-wive radio sets in the I found myself "picking" over «»" »' le hom ' of th(1|r chlir " some lawn mowers, to use a term from the bargain basement. The industrious salesmen never once mentioned (he affinity of men and lawn mowers, "It'] the easiest one available for women," he s , a i d "There's no strain. No pu(f. It has upred control, adjustable cutting heights, safety clutch. You can j yesterday you were diny and got h a n g it up in the garage." But 'spots before your eyes from climb- best of all, said the man, "it is | ing up on the kitchen step stool. man, Paul Blum. The cellar is the operational "shack" of the Radio Amateurs of Great Syracuse. A little over a year ago Blum and his organ- iiation joined with the American Red Cross to form the Morale Message Service center. The Red Cross teletype network brings messages from acrcjs the nation to Syracuse for relay by RAGS to men in the Antarctic. Messages from the bottom of the world received by RAGS are put on the Red Cross network here for transmission to relatives. 7,000 Meralt Lifters Since their first transmission on May 1. 1S3«. informing a Deepfreeze sailor of the birth of a son, the RAGS have processed more than 7.000 messages to and from the men at the earth's southern extremity. From the message sen-ice, the RAGS "have expanded to break other communication barriers. In addition to the exchange of messages, they operate "Operation Facsimile," "Operation Baby," "Operation Greeting Card" and the latest, "Operation Biby Face." On May 5. Blum and his asso- states became the first amateurs to successfully complete a transmission to the Antarctic of a page of pictures, comics, greeting cards and news stories. Four days after Sugar Ray Robinson regained his middleweight title from Gene Fullmer in Chicago, the meit at Little America V saw Asociatcd Press wire- photos of the knock-out barrage. The McMurdo Sound base joined the picture network late in May. Men at Wilkes, Cape Adare, EUs- whether'the doctor is in his offices i bring him off the chaise lounge! worth, Byrd Base, and the South that day. Mention casually t h a t ; with a spring. | Pole are not equipped to receive lightweight." Those are the magic words be- 2. Attack his pocketbook-that's where it will really hurt. If nothing passed from male to male and {ing else works, that should. When then to women, the subtlest propa- he suggests you drill the holes in ganda of the age, when you notice who is reclining in the hammock on a lovely summer day. Time for Action What every bright homemaker needs is her own subtle retaliation. the 2x4's say resignedly something like, "Well, better make a date for a manicure now, then." One small paint jolj calls for a new hairdo, maybe even a permanent w a v e if hair is too paint spattered. Em- you want to debunk the idea of phasize the possibility, w o m a n working while man is l u r k - j 3. Nothing drives a man crazier ing, here are some suggestions: ; than to answer the same "dumb 1. Try the "pecking away at J questions" time and a g a i n . . A f t e r the nerves" technique. When he | he tells you not to touch the power suggests you use the ladder to 1 mower parts while the machine is clean the windows ask him if the running, bend down in front of it disability insurance is paid up and [ as if you were going to. That will facsimile Irani-missions. Now Little America and McMurdo receive the "Antarctic Edition of the Syracuse Herald-Journal," put together twice a week by the Herald-Journal itaff. The transmissions are made on equipment similar to that used by the Navy in the International Geophysical Year operation. Bar Pictures Ntil Ai an offshoot of the facsimile work, the RAGS »oon will embark on "Operation Baby Face." Whereas messages were used to notify new fathers of additional dependents, now the RAGS will insert pictures of the infants in the "Antarctic Edition" so that the papas can see their offspring. Blum can't explain precisely why he and his cohorts get "such a kick out of the work." . · "Maybe it is because we know It nicns so much to the men In Operation Deepfreeze." he says. Only once have the RAGS been rebuked by their friends 1,000 miles away. That came May T when an AP wirephoto of a pretty young thing wai marred by a necessitated code signal. The lift- nal, in compliance with FCC regulations, resulted in a black line through the face and form of the charmer. We'll never forgive you Paul," the receiving operator said. "You have blackened that doll's face." Chances are, however, that Paul and his gang will be forgiven. Even straight lines on bathing beauties look good to men living in the world's biggest icebox. Wt gift "S a H~ Gr»n Stamps at your friendly Ruall Stores-Gilbert-Bishop and W e l d e r a d e Drugs.--Adv. 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