Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1957 · Page 37
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 37

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
Page 37
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Page 18 GREELEY TR1DUXE Thursday, June 6. 1957 Ault . . . t.,. n ^,. r .i c Mrs. ft. t'. Purr^II wa* n**lM;, l'"° » UC! " S - ,'. c . . .,,.,,..,-., ,,...:,,;,, I lions and leader, Mrs. Slsis Hao- AULT - West Side Social club I Mrs. Clarence Anderson gave: 1 " , P ,, W o m a i l i i « lel J' | sen was received by;Mrs. I'crrv Andor I program on topic Memorial d a y ; J ° n1 "?','"UMU"? " T'\ Mrs -- ;.!.,,.,,.'·,,. i.._.- l ' . j , _..n' .:__- ... ...:..!,,] Mrs. John WiUiclm was to-hoil- - llr5 ' 25 and will be held in library club room. Each member will invite t»o guests. Mrs. John Nebon received it- 1 hostest for August meeting. tendance award. Mrs. C. L. NVisIrr was Itegular meeting tor July will bej 1 " Croup 1 of Woman's society tor in home of Mrs. Elaine Dorsey. an afternoon tea Monday. Mrs. J. Mrs. r.. c. Purr*!! w », h w i n , I D - sive » ««'« "« opening devo- son in her country home. and read collection of articles j Guest day was planned for June ; on the Ionic and also on the flag. | Gui'sU included Mcsdames John' ! Mobk-y. David Simpson. It. J.! (Copes, A. A. Mason, Lynnrtsn; rietchcr. Leonard 1'urccll. Cora; Maskill and Melvin W.vkcrl a n d ! daughter, Carolyn. I Group sinking and prayer opened' the meelinR. Mrs. M. A. Back- business meeting. Philip Molandcr Invited the group to her home In Grceley for July lea. Tracy Ann Is Grea! Reader "Bui the baby robin was ifraid , . , «nd then, all of a judden, a bumblebee cam* along and stung the baby robin in its back porch . . . and the baby robin fell oft line nest . . . and fell ... and TOPPED WITH RICE FLOUR -TOPS IN FLAVOR -- 1 fmm presided over the busmen r t ,,, v( . r announced today the Irans- dlscussioh. Hostesses conducted |, cr ot Jamc8 Andrew Nelson, 18- S a m c s - | year-old son of Ml. and Mrs. Con- The croup will not meet in - I u l y l r a d Nc | son of Roulc ^ Longmont. and Mrs. Arvid Wahlquisl will be (0 tne coast Guard Receiving center at Alameda, Calif., following his enlistment May 31. Nelson attended College High school in Grcolcy and By HAL BOYLE NEW YOnh M) -- One of the more desperate ordeals of parenthood it listening to a child read ·.i'ho c^n't read. Now and then a imall local ft- Joint Con! Ooird mile menber of my own tribe The commanding officer of the comes up to me. carrying . h e a v y . _ . ... , .. , volume upside down In her hands. Coast Guard recruiting station i n j "Read It to me." s.ys Tracy Ann. ^ '" "'" '"·'-·· I U - ' who is almost four. This probably Is a heart-warming picture lo a man selling subscriptions to the boolt-of-lhe-cen- lury. It may even brighten the view of an anemic professor of literature with bright hopes that the culture of yesterday lies securely in the brave (mall hands of to- earlier In the year lived near Eaton. Vevr-Dakan ' .1817 91H St. Phone 15BB Oil has been found in a I area o* Austria, near the German border, Vienna learns. morrow, new I But to SUPER@MARKET 501 14th Ave/ Save as You Spend with d.-vj. Green Stamps Marvin's Marvelous Minute Steaks-Just right for a sandwich , . . . Ib. Sliced Worrell's Frontier Fine Quality Ib. Wieners Hams Sfgman's Mile High Al! Meat- 12 bun size wieners, Ib. Hormel, Ready-to-eat For a picnic lunch or a meal at home . Ib. 59 49 49 59 Sandwich Spread B ~59c y I Unfl High Note-Light and dark meat 2 cans Van Camp'i Log Cabin, colored and cubed . . . I Pork Y Beans -:,- 9 Margar Peaches Pineapple Tomatoes Junket 300 400 cans Del Monte . . 2Vz can Stokely's J Crushed, No. 2 can . Kuner's solid pack . . . No. 2V 2 can Ice Cream ft ftp Mix. . L Pkgs. 4DC 1 19c 29c 25c 21c Meadow Gold Ice Cream Mmm! Mighty Good! Square Pack Gal. Lunch Basket Potato Chips Made in Greeley by Greeley people . . . Full pound package! . . . . Sweet Tender and O large delicious 0 ears Large, fresh, sweet f r u i t . . . Ib. Peacock's Sweet and Juicy, Ib. Lemons California Sunkist, Full of juice Ib. 8 7 19 Shurfine You'll love this brand . . 6 oz Jar . $109 1 Baking Soda Hilex laundr Arm Hammer Lb. box . . . Bleach, V 2 gal. IQc 25c Stra wherries Orange Juice 2 "::35c 9 me it creates another prospect. The situation usually goes like this. I have a library that emphasizes the long human reach toward perfection. It catalouges man's endless search for a word that will give a better answer than the sword. A lot of people's libraries arc' probably like that. But my daughter, who leeringly refers to .herself as "cuddle bug" in the presence of strangers, isn't as yet interested in what books say they say. She's a .slory girl herself. Her idea of reading is that any book ought to say what pops into her mind. She tugs out a valuable old political volume showing 12 different ways William Jennings Bryan could have beaten William McKinley in 1900 if he had talked less about gold and used brass knocks, "Read me Ihis, Daddy," she orders. "Well (I say), once upon a time there was a baby robin that was ready lo leave Its nest but it was afraid to fly." "Uh-huh." "The mama robin told her baby, 'Kid, you got all the free worihs you are going to get from this nest so now hop out and beat your wings and fly." "Uh-huh." FOR YOUR CAR Seat Covers Arm Rest Covers Foam Rubber Cushion Toppers FOR THE HANDYMAN De.Ua Power Tools Black Decker Portable Electric Tools Stanley Hand Tools FOR THE COOK Charcoal Grills Charcoal and Accessories . '- Picnic Baskets Fitted Picnic Cases Insulated Bags TV Trays Carls FOR THE CAMPER Sleeping 'Bags Air Mattresses Coleman Stoves -- Lanterns Ice Chests -- Axes Cooking Utensils -- Tents Flashlights Electric Lanterns Thermos Bottles and Jugs FOR THE CHILDREN Swing Sets Play Tents FOR THE HOUSE Northern Colorado's m o s t complete selection of Awnings, Canvas, Redwood, Steel, A l u m i n u m or Fiber Glass, Either Stationary or Roll Up Combination Storm Windows, Aluminum Storm Doors and Door Grills, Ornamental Iron Railings and Columns, Ornamental Iron House Brackets and Numbers. The GreeEey Tent And Awning Co. fell. . . and then it began to beat; I Us wings . . . and suddenly it wa:[ I flying, just like iU mommy told it that it could." "No?" ' ! "No, that isn't what the book 'says. I'll read it la ye;;." 1 "All right, then, what does It ; say?" "Well, once upon a lime there was this little bunny rabbit going nippily hoppity to school . . . and | it met a strange man who put it in a pot and cooked it and then a horse camt; aldnR and ate it, and then a really, really great big bumblebee came alone and slung it in the back porch. Isn't that a sad story, Daddy?" j "Yes, indeed." "Do you like sad stories, dad- j dy?" "Not particularly." ' State Tax Collections Leveled Off in May DENVER (Jtt -- Revenue Direc tor Robert A. Theobald reported' Wednesday "a definite leveling! off" in Colorado lax collections. He made the statement in an-! nouncing May collections of $12,- ·414.008. an increase of $75,862 from j ilsy iS5o. He noted decreases in sales tax, · "You don't? I do. Let me read ] Ihis book over lo you again. Once, upon a lime there was Ihis litllo· bunny rabbit who waj going. . . . ; "Daddy, wake up. C'nn you hold i the book? my hands are tired. Well it's a sad stop 1 . Once upon a lime Ihore was this little bunny rabbit and.. . . . " Hippity hoppily . . . over a n d ! over . . . the rabbit never gets I any wiser, the bumblebee always delivers the punchline in the end. I income tax and motor fuel lajc The drop in motor fuel lax collections was $39,471 lo t total of $2.786.323. The drop, he laid, was probably due (o bad weather In April. Sales tax collections last month amounted to $3,066,897, a drop of $34.637 from the same monlh last year. · Income lax colcclions for May [O'.licd it.ui.fSi, a dcr;fdMf ui $72,823. i A sharp increase, amounting to. ; 595,952, was reported in collections under the gross ton-mile truck tax law. Theobald allrihuled (he sharp .upturn to a new form · put into | use by Director S. T. Parser of the Inn-mile division. Total gross ton-mile receipts for .May were $55!).56S. Liquor tax collections increased over May 1956 by $4,221 to $340,- USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS 918 Slh Ave. Phone 383 MR. FISHERMAN! 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