Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 21, 1962 · Page 14
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G'lvelcvites Go iPhi -~ MI ,-.. ' . !Has Model Meeting 10 District M e C t j TM Alpha Alpha Chapter ofj ;Beta tigma Phi held its model' Several members of the VFwl mmin S at the home of Mrs. Harand Auxiliary from Greeley and|° W Gros skopf. 2515 16th Ave. Kvanj attended the District Xo.| last wwh - M«. Man-in Redmar - acted as hostess with Dorot Baumgartner assisting. Rushees attending were Mme Harold Felderrnan. Kennv Mille 3 mectin« KM week at Ixjuis- ville. Atiendiiis: twin Grerley were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murray Mr* Tom Scjiiibb. U-olu and Georgia Koenig. Jerry Cooper. Bill Dudley Gene Swetzie and Al Norton, commander. From Evans were F,d Van Beber. Mrs. Van Beber. Di.Mrict No 3 president: Sam Hoff. Mrs. Hoff who is assistant conductress- Cecil Kea and Larry Glenn, commander of Adamson-Warmuth Tost at Evans. . Leon Stoll. Frank Rhinehart, an Miss Carol Cox and Miss K Oster. Plans were made to have th ritual dinner in conjunction wi the regular meeting. It will held Dec. 6. at the American Le gion at 6:30 p.m. The Preferential Tea for th new pledges will be held Sunda ;Nov. 25. from 2 to 4 p.m., _ It was announced that reserva- "" e nome of Miss Sandy Schan ticns for the commander-in-rhiefs 1941 17t '' Ave dinner must be in by Dec. 5 for! F ' rst cul 'ural program for th the dinner Dec. 7, at Brannaman evenin K was entitled "Can I B "·''" Beautiful" presented by Miss Bon nie Stoll. Miss Baumgartner am Carol McNeil presented their top Department officers introduced were Mrs. Roy Wiseman of Loveland, poppy chairman; Mrs. Ernie Facer of Boulder, civil defense; Violet Young of Lafayette, No. 3 color hearer; Mr.«. Paul Cundall of Brighton, chaplain; and Mrs. Squibb, past department president and department cancer chairman. Several members of Pioneer Post 2121 and Adamson-Warmuth Post, attended a hospital corps meeting at th e VA Hospital in Denver. They wore Mmes. Squibb, 11. H Harris. Hazel Daum, Walter Rum- neyand Misses Georgia and Leota Koeni", all of Greelcy, and Mrs. Van. Beber and Mrs." Rex Rick ard,;both of Evans. It.was announced Ihat the hospital needs blood. All auxiliaries "·ere also asked to donate toys to the VA nursery for Christmas. Department of Colorado is furnishing all gifts for patients at the hospital. The VA Hospital is especially In need of clothing and small size comfort articles. tent?" "Am I Intellectually Compe- Mrs. Norman Roth Hostess to La La Le Mrs. Norman Roth welcomed members of the La La Le HD :iub to her home at 1716 12th St. ast week. Roll call was a pot rolder exchange. Miss Frances Lindstrom and - - - were guests Mrs. Brehon became a new mem her. Seven members reported at tending County Day. The club was awarded a certificale for becoming a Slandard Club. A Thanksgiving basket ^ filled for a needy family. Mrs. Ir ving Payne received a birthda) gift from her secret pal and Mrs Roland Kissler won the hostes: gift. Miss Lindstrom installed the CU Will Offer New Engineering Doctoral Plans BOULDER - Two new doctoral programs in engineering _ the first of their kind in Colorado -have been approved Saturday by the'University of Colorado Board of Regents. They are applied mathematics and mechanics. The regents also approved a master's degree pro gram in mechanics. The applied mathematics pro gram emphasizes the mathemat ical theory of and the applications of mathematics to physical sci ences. The graduate mechanics programs are administered by the mechanical engineering department. The master's program in mechanics emphasizes courses in mechanics, applied mechanics anc professional engineering courses, such as aeronautical, civil anc eledrical engineering. The doctoral program requires familiar- .,ity :with the mechanics courses aUrfriSfime advanced applied mathematics^ . Applied 1 '' mathematics is the new officers in a ceremony at which Mrs. Don Sitz. man, outgoing president, gave a! outgoing and new officers white carnation corsages. Next meeting will be Dec. 12, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Victor Brehon of northwest of Greeley. Roll call will be an exchange of recipes and samples for secret pals. study of mathematics as it ap plies to engineering and such sciences as physics and chemistry. Mechanics deals with the practical application of physics principles, especially the laws of motion and the effect of forces on (lie behavior of bodies, to the working machines. "The new programs are expected to attract and hold outstanding faculty members and lop quality graduate students, insuring the vitality of engineering education at the University," Dr. Max S Mers, dean of engineering said JUS UT! Saturday's Calendar Greeley Public Library Saturday Story Hour, Children's Itoom, 10 to 11:00; Children through Grade 4 invited. Merry Mixers Square Dance Club. Cameron School, 8:00- Lloyd Way. caller; guests vited; bring sandwiches cookies. he Scorns Style Slaves By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Faihion Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Do you at. sleep and dream fashion? Vorry about being remembered n last year's beaded dress? Iruggle to be understated? Look our age? Well; .. = .._ ^ oeen talking about you. She thinks you've got a lot to arn. And as an influence on the merican fashion scene for more lan 40 years (although she oesn't look old enough!. Miss guns about her fashion philosophies. One of these runs contrary to Mrs. John F. Kennedy's. "I never have stood for thai understated look. I don't like a uniform. My clothes have to have a statement. And they shouldn't designer Jo Copeland has say the same thing for everv- tinrr nkn,,t I ].. i. 6 t » f c l j , ipeland figures she ought to Chairman Name( For Psychology Dept. at CU BOULDER -- Dr. Stuart \\ -ook, clinical psychologist from New York University, will becom irofessor and chairman of th University of Colorado psycholog lepartment at the beginning c he 1963-64 academic year. His appointment was approve iy the CU Board of Regents Nov 7. Cook will succeed Dr. Milto -ipetz, who is acting chairman o he CU psychology departmen his year. Cook's appointment a chairman will be for four years Cook has been head of the grat late psychology department a New York University since 195f and research director of the NYl iesearch Center for Human Re ations since 1949. He is a gradi ate of the Universities of Rich mond and Minnesota. candlelight You 'd Ihink that she'd adore the ea of ultra-style-consciousness s a stimulant to business. But-"Such women are shallow and secure," she says with maver- c directness. "All women should ake Ihe most of themselves, t they should have important lings in their lives." Throughout Miss Copcland's ixurious apartment are signs of e meaningful things in her own e: books, fine paintings, music, wers. There is proud talk about r grandchildren. The attractive designer is the st to admit that she's not the andmother lype. 'Nobody should be." The slim ic woman in smart blonde coif fure crosses a pair of shapely legs as she discusses the malter "Today with clothes, creams, and sensibleness about eating every mature woman ought to look ffl years younger than women ol body." Another philosophy runs head- on with anybody believing in the economic benefits of obsolescence. "I resent what they're doing in the auto business with new styles every time. Fashion is not that way, not GOOD fashion. That's timeless." This thinking makes it perfectly all right to put several thousand dollars in a beaded dress that is sure to be seen and remembered from one charity ball to the next. "I don't believe people care whether the dress is remembered They should be flattered if it j At.Hospital I Dismissed from Weld County i General Hospital Tuesday, Nov ' 20: Henry Walters, Plalteville-' Reuben Schwartz, 2405 14th Ave i f+ . m _ _ · _ .. ' i , . Ct: Mrs. Lawrence Daller HS 16th Ave. Ct; Theodore E. An-1 derson. Loveland: Mrs Ravi Reed. 2231 9th Ave.; Harry 1) ! Thompson. 1211 14th St.: 'Mrs.' Stanley Schrayder and son. Eaton; Patrick Andrews. 209 15th or ^MARKETS ^. JiANttiTTE LYNCH CSU l a t o five St.; Katherine Trimble. Ault- Anthony Cruz. 810 3rd St.; Ronnie Lee Gonzales. La Salle; Larrv if 51 lo bpe! Bakel. Johnstown; Robert Baber | dlslnbut ° rs 915 23rd St.; Lilv " " '' Outlnnl- Things to be now. Though the ·y JEANNETTE LYNCH ' "* Grange Session Closes; Formers jTold 'Adjust' | FUKT WAYNE. Ind. AP _ jThe National Grange closed iis 196th annual convention bv calling- upon farmers to adjust production to demand or face loss of re. Plenty of everything j* overnment P ric e supports. per cent, take-home pay Another resolution adopted at ---* ·' · · ·',_ * _ _ ,, · .. . .. . ** ' farmw s. processors, and siou Tuesday night also opposed U, K , n n -j' ,, · · , .. "W""TM is, NEW A. B. DICK MODEL 103 PHOTOCOPIER So c.is/ lo use Ihat anyone can make fast, clear, bluck- on-^li'to fooics of an/thin?-- r.r r!od. r i i p ^ - c a t c f l , vvrilteri, l/r.od c r (!MA«--cMcn teller Iran the '···: "^'. Considered one of the outstanc ng social psychologists in th ountry, Cook has done exlensiv csoarch on the development an modification of attitudes, th measurement of attitudes and so ial behavior, and intergroup re Elionships. He is a diplomats in linical psychology of the Amer ican Board of Examiners in Pro (essional Psychology. Cook is author of two books "Research Methods in Social Re Inlions With Special Reference to Prejudice" and "Human Rela linns in Interracial Housing," am numerous professional articles. He taught at the University of i Minnesota before serving as di- jrector of the Minnesota Bureau if Psychological Services in 1!I41 and 1342. For four years he di reeled psychological research at Santa Ana and LaiiRley Field Air 'e liases, and from 1946 to tic was research director ol UK- Commissior on Community Intcrrelatiftiis of the American Jim Mi t'oncress. " 1'niver.sity of Colorado is very f»t lunate ,,, srtftin (h(1 .vrVH f". rjf ;j m ;. n ....(1. ,1 . Dean Kenneth E. Clark oi HIP llPL'p .,f Ail, and s.-iP,u TO A i|'\vdinlui:ist himsplf. clarf; is a j member of many n;itir,nn| psy. (holojy t, 0 nrrt, ;mr | ,.,, mmit , c ; s and !hr President's Science Ad. visory Cmnmiltpp NOW! .ori«d Kirby nnil Service! Klrby Co. of Nortmrn Colt, S2 2«th A i r s, really. A fine dress is as good as - status symbol as anything else." Miss Copeland happily wears ast year's dresses, all created by Miss Copeland. "f dress myself in discards from the line because I'm usually too busy de- iigning next season's things to be vorried about having some things made up for me." But who can tell? They're time- the same age bracket seemed 30 or 40 years ago." What's the secret to- staying young? Being interested and creative about a challenge. "That's better than any cosmetic, I tell my friends." Miss Copeland has been chal- enged and compelled to be crea- Jve ever since her math teachers n Manhattan Public School em- rarrassed her in front of the class for making drawings on her extbooks. Fortunately, her father, Samuel Copeland, in the textile business, decided to provide opportunity iur more art and less math. .Jo studied at Parsons School and the New York Art League, and ped- lled free lance designs through ahric salesmen before she was irmly entrenched in the ready-to- wear business. The Patullo fashion house »"ght her designs as early as 920, however Jo Copeland's name as not added to the stationery s a member of the firm until 938. Since then she's kepi out of 'aris in order not to be influenced ven subtly, and has stuck to her Turks Set Goal ANKARA - Turkey's 1962 im- »rts are to be held to about $560,' 000,000, the government says. Capital goods will account for $235,000,000 of the total DAISY DELIGHT by Jondel Cryslal radiant, (hit versatile sparkling new Treat Tree s e r v e s a l l o c c o s i o n s - c a k c s - c o o k i e s , candies, bars d'oeuvres and \i joyously l o v e l y w i t h f r e t h flower facet. Daisy Delight --happy handsome hosless appointment for bridge, s h o w e r s , children's parlies, O ( every occasion. L,. Abbett Electric Co. 15 Uth 81. 352.9222 ess. NOTICE TO C K K D I T O n S Ihr Cnailr l-.MIrl In nnd I,,, Ikr Counlv n r w rhl nnd Stnte of Cnlurntln : All nernins l i a v l n . . r 1 K.-llnst t h - a h o v c ,,,,,,,,.,l . re rt.iulrc,! to rilf t l i c i , , r.' ,«-ancc In t l i p rm,,,tv i',, u " ald ,,»lTM ,,·,,»,, i , . A X X A K I!, M l ) HU.IAM n. KB,Iv" r " l l o r n - y t,f Creole;- l i a i l y T r i b u n e "I. 28, Dec. ., |j, I J 5 2 . the fabaloai ««* S T E R E O P H O N I C TAPE R E C O R D E R ' *" m\ T! 1 I'Tjiiui-i) nf tiipp recorder (Win, mill enrtiie..riii(r. Written wordv """not iHlenuately describe t |,; ''"'";' s "" n 'l -n'lllly .mil out ·iiaii'liiii; priifr»Hinn:il fpiiiurt.. |lin SMI. Inrlmll,,!;; thre ; ids. thrr. ,,!,,.,,,,,,. Illl8h ||IM "li'-i-iiiliin. hnilt-ln in w a l , TO" iHiwrr n m p l i f l i . r . 1-l fa ,|, ll'i' ! n ,7' r '' "'"' I'layiw l';l» full ranits hlch firl-l '""ir. ai,ir, ,.,. -'"'i'- sliulnff . H i l l . 1 l,l..|r ;rhi .,,,,] |n ., !n Mi'T». If you hsvppv^r thoiiKhi M ou titng K ptflr^o lape rc-oi ·r ?n.i nwo II !,, yourself I,, , ^'. Umlted St/ir-k Rvall»M 0 "(!," iiiinrrliad- ilollv«.ry . | n ,-|,,,| in;: 1*0 Cnnmr4 |irofcn«|,,m I v i i m i i l i ' mlorophonM. nntn ill" nialniKany (-.irrvine .-us,. ttpn'lnn Rprnker. nil ronnpri IK «,rd«. OUR LOW P R I C E '349 50 Wilson ft Wilson C » m t r » unt! HI-FI (ludl^i 1513 «th AVI. '; Mrs. James Lura. P-163 lackson Blvd.; Mrs. Ray M. Bell ·a Salle; Mrs. Katie Sedar. 1744 7th Ave.: Mrs. Linnie Miller Ireeley Nursing Home; Mrs. :ora .May Frazier. 619 loth Ave.; ;arl Better, Kenton Nursing lome; Mrs. Orlando Hill, Briggsale: Harold J. Rockwell. 1529 7th Ave.: James D. Picket!, 3030 Ugh Drive; Le Roy Lonhart, 2000 48th Ave.; Rumald" Maes. Fredrick; Severo Perez, Platteville; Irs. Earhart Bohm, Longmont. Stork Expr*u Born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman illinger of 2100 23rd Ave., a au'hter on Tuesday, Nov. 20. at Vld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard lartinez of Rt. 2, a son on Tues ay, Nov. 20. at Weld County eneral Hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Frinklin . Coats of Johnstown, a son on uesday, Nov. 20. at Weld Counlv eneral Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arbey edman of 902 4th Ave., a son on 'ednesday, Nov. 21, at Weld ounty General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. William mmpson of 1715 9th St., a son n Wednesday. Xov. 21. at Weld ounty General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles orthrup of 2602 23rd Ave.. a son Wednesday. Nov. 21, at Weld lunty General Hospital. Rome expects a mild winter. they won't rise as much home pay. Trimmings for holiday poultry and meat will cost more than last year. But a recent check of typical supermarket turned up large, based on The Grange also reaffirmed its Potatoes and s»eet potatoes are' 1961 P* s 't'on opposing «ny broad- ?ss costly than last year. Cab-l enin S ot " '. celery and Hubbard squash : really a steal. Frozen spinach 1 corn cost less aid to education income areas. Irange's stand on farm pro- was in line with that taken ical holiday feasting. ' ! canned counterparts. quality fresh orj^' the organization a year ago While looking to the government ai noiiday feasting --.-.^.pwiw. 0 ~ -- ft"'t'u*.:iu Hamburtrer anrf ,L u- i For a PP«''««. cranberry ap- '? r a ' d in ^^'""S farm output, Hamburger and cheese comb,-| ple ,,. ^ { £' a ^e conven.Kin urged that the role atlOns ai* monnv.^av.,.* T!,TM.. : · .. .. - Of tru 0nt'nrrm an » U* L_U *. _ ,, c [f 1 ^. wi pineapple juice are v nations are money-savers. They] inexpensive. At three cent, a always are. But cheddar cheese.[serving, they're less costly than ^.......«., | · --O i ...«.^ *t ».0o *.V3UJ lltdlt process too, costs less now thani l n e Banned fruit. Frozen orange of the government b« held to » minimum and that farmers be given last spring or a year ago. Ham- exceptionally low cost. Hamburg Airport Big burger, bless it, is about .... only meat that hasn't gone up this year. For are lik Watch specials, though. ilium new lurK S eggs savejnoney if they're eightjcover 6.000 acres. major voice in formula- and fresh cranberries'srel""! "^ admini5leril '8 control,. The Grange will hold ill 1963 convention in Portland. Ort. on dates to be set later. iiuiuuiirg Airport Dig I baking, medium-sized eggs' HAMBURG. Germany - When! Cre««inn« I tely to be most economical ! t ' om P lel « l in '970 Hamburg's Hoi-' Wrc " ln 9» ' specials, though Mediumlfi*" 1 *,? A "f P ° rt wi " "* Iar 8 cr BRASlUA-Ni . . . . i tnan "ew \ork's Idlewild. 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