Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1977 · Page 11
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Wed.. May 25.1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 11 Women's pages Blanche Dempsoy, editor Rose Mary Koob, assistant American Legion Auxiliary installs Mrs. Calvin Burrous as president New officers of American Named to serve for the 1977- M a r g e Z i m r a e r m a n n , Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 18, 1978 year were Fay Burrous, secretary; Ruth Mum, were installed at the regular president; Donna Melby and treasurer; Ethelda Marshall, May meeting of the auxiliary at Marjorie Anderson, first and sergeant-at-arms; the American Legion Home, second vice presidents in order; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jackson to celebrate silver anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. (Bill) Virginia Waite Babcock and Jackson will be guests of honor Wilbur J. Jackson, both natives at an open house at their home, of Weld County, were married 1324 15th Ave., Sunday, May 29, '»' the First Baptist Church May in celebration of their silver 24, 1952, and have lived in this wedding anniversary. 'area all of their married life. Friends and neighbors are Jackson lived most of his life in invited to call on the Jacksons the Gill community and Mrs. . between 24 p.m. The couple has requested that gifts please be omitted. ' Friends and relatives will be hosts for the afternoon. Jackson was employed by Mountain States Telephone Co. for ISVi years before she retired. .,. BEAT THE HIGH COST ·OF CLOTHING ; Our New Address: 910 ?th Ave, . . 10a.m. toSp.m.Mon.-Sat. : Thursday Evenings 'til 8:00 CONSIGNMENT VARIETY STORE Debbie Melby * ..chaplain; Beverly Zimmermann, historian, and Betty. Balmer, Junior past president. Jean Hummell of Fort Collins, president of District 4, American Legion Auxiliary,' was the installing officer, assisted by Doris Deffke, sergeant-at-arms, and Lena Winter, chaplain, both members of the Greeley unit. Mrs. Deffke conducted a memorial service for three deceased members. Mrs. Herman Diekman reported on the Loyalty Day program at Brannaman Hall on April 29, in which Unit 18 participated. Donations for "Hankie Day" at the Denver VA Hospital, and to the Handicapped School in Greeley were approved. Delegates, to the Colorado Department convention in Colorado Springs, June 23-26, will be Mmes. Marjorie Anderson and Erma Murch, past department presidents, M a r g e Z i m m e r m a n n , executive committeewoman for District 4,.Betty Balmer, Fay Burrous, Ruth Munz, Leona Diekman,-Donna Melby'and Doris Deffke. Alternates are Helen Bucher, Lyla Carpenter, Debbie Melby, Beverly Zimmermann, Jackie Naftz and Lena Winter. Six members of the Greeley Auxiliary attended the District 4 spring convention in Boulder. Mrs. Zimmermann reported on this meeting. The national American . Legion Convention is scheduled for Aug. 19-25 in Denver. Jean Hummell, delegate for District · 4, will also serve as chairman of the pages. ' ·' .One tablespoon of mayonnaise has more calories than a medium-sized banana. 'Snow Country' reviewed for AAUW "Snow Country," a novel by Yasunari Kawabata, winner of the Nobel prize for literature in 1968, was reviewed by Dr. Wanda Brewer for Book Review I, an AAUW Study Group, in the home of Mrs. Plalz. According to Dr. Brewer, professor of English at the University of Northern Colorado who teaches classes in Japanese literature, the Japanese novel is read for experience rather than for being a good story. It is like viewing a Japanese hand scroll, each section very graphic in its concrete details. Althpugh it is a very short novel, "Snow Country" took the author 14 years to construct from nine stories he had previously written. Like Haiku poetry, the book suggests instead of telling. The setting is Honshu, Japan, where there is heavy snowfall every winter. The simple plot concerns a wealthy Tokyo businessman- who takes a vacation to the snow country to renew the acquaintance of a geisha girl whom he remembers as being a symbol of purity, like the snow. On the train trip, which is described in kaleidoscopic fashion, he becomes strangely intrigued by a couple on the train-- one a beautiful young girl. Then he becomes sadly disillusioned as the novel ends with a warehouse fire in which the girl on the train is involved, and the geisha girl picks her up as she jumps from the flames. Shimamura, the businessman, seems to be possessed by the milky way, a symbol of aloofness, as. he watches the fire and the two girls. Dr. Brewer suggested several possible interpretations of the mystifying concludsion, but concluded it was up to the reader to find a satisfying solution. The numerous comparisons throughout the book are clues to a filial answer. This was the final meeting of Book Review 1 until September. Esther Dennis and Leona Omer were the assistant hostesses. The September meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Joe Stockton at Gilcrest, with Grace Taylor and Pat O'Brien as co-hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. John Earl Crisp Mr. and Mrs. John E. Crisp to observe golden anniversary Open house to honor the golden wedding anniversary of Historical Society to be organized The Grover-Hereford Centennial-bicentennial Committee is planning to reorganize under the name of Grover-Hereford Historical Society. A museum started by the original committee will be a project to be continued under the new organization. Also, data for a book will be accumulated on the history of early settlers in the area, and their families, some of whom date back to prior to the homestead era which began approximately the year 1910. An open meeting for the purpose of organizing this society will begin at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 1, at the Grover Town Hall. Anyone interested in the project -is welcome to attend. Mr. and Mrs. John Earl Crisp, 828 39th St., Evans, will be held Sunday, May 29, at the United Methodist Church in Evans. Friends, neighbors and relatives are cordially invited to call at the church between 2-5 p.m. The couple has asked that gifts please be omitted. Hosts for the afternoon will be their children, Joe of Evans, Barbara Giese of Johnstown, John Crisp of Coppers Cove, Tex., and Don Crisp of Greeley. There are seven grandchildren. Virgie Swager and John Earl Crisp were married May 29, 1927, at the Methodist Church in Stockton, Mo., and came to Colorado in 1947. Crisp, an overseas veteran of World War 1, made his career as a cook with construction and railroad crews, in this country as well as foreign jobs. Mrs! Crisp is retired from F. W. Woolworth. JUST IN TIME FOR GRADUATION! Exquisite styled jewelry by Arley Grubb and Cary Symes HANDCRAFTED 14 Kt. Gold and Sterling Rings Opals in 14 Kt. Gold Rings Starting At S 42 50 Lapis in Sterling Rings Starting At S 20°° Jade in Sterling Rings Starting At 5 26 00 Coral in Sterling Rings starting At 5 25°° 14 Kt. Gold Design Rings Starting At S 49°° Sterling Design Rings starting At S 15°° Compatible Bracelets Available in Gold and Sterling 20% OFF ALL JEWELRY Through May 28th Give a gift that says "you're special!" Give a gift of quality, handcrafted jewelry. SKYSTONE Mon.-Fri. 9:30-5:30 Sat. 9:30-5:00 Grecley Nat'l. 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