Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 19, 1961 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
Page 15
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Ihiirs., Oct. 19, 1B01 GREELEY TRIBUNE I'agcjo IAFF-A-DAY PENNEYB A t WAY 5 . f-i R S T "d U A I U TI ^mm^^^^*^^^^^^^" Friday! Saturday! OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:30 P.M.! i- *^--*-*/!--- "We used to think we were raising a genius, until he started school!" Platteville. . . By MRS. ROLAND M I L L E R Plalleville -- D.D. Cluh met at the home of Wanda Peters. Veneda Campbell presided at the meeting. Resignation of LaDcne Freauff was read and accepted. Nine members and Ihree guesls. Florence Berry, Harriet Rancy and Carol Miller were present Cards were played and Harriet Raney won high, Veneda Camp bell, low, and Dcscl Richardson traveling. Mizpah Club met al the home o! tillian Morgan with Margate Kenzler as assisling hosless. Kat IE Apple opened the meeting. Six then turned il over lo Jenni Stevens, (lie new president. Six teen members answered roll cal Members having birthdays in Jnh August, September and Oclobe received llieir birthday gifts. Co lumbtis Day games were enjoyed durirg the social hour. went to Rulh Miller, Grace Morgan and Melvina Kern. E. G. Lett, father of John Lett is visiting his daughter and fam ily. Mrs. R. A. McCoy of Grand Junction. Mrs. John Letl, Plalfevillc li brarian, attended the Slate Li brary Convention at the Hilton Hole! in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. John McCourt o Fairbury, Neb., spent last weel visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Lett. Women Club met at the Li brary Friday with Hazel Brigg presiding nt the meeting. Mar jory Lett reported on the Slat Library Convention. F-nch mem her told of an interesting ( r i p (he had during the year for the. pro gram. Refreshments were serve by (he hostesses, Florence Berr and Leila While. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schall an family of Bevthoud were dinnc guesls of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. DC ers and family recently. Donna and Harold Shafcr Lima, Ohio, arrived last wee Golden West Farm Club met ccently at the school. Johnnie .Rupplo presided al the meeting. Two new members who joined the lub were, Sieve and Dick Car- otbers. A parly for the mem- lei's and their parents was dis- uissed. Frances Wissler gave the ibbons and cash prizes to the members, won at the Junior Fair. Achievement banquet will be Nov 2 at 7 p.m., nt the Communily Building in Grceley. Guests for the evening were John Carrothers, David Nishimoto, Rene Morgan and Glenn Wilson of Jreeley. Judy Wissler served ireshmcnls. VFW Auxiliary to Jack Camp bell Post No. 6011 met at the VFW Home. Ann Slarr presided al Ihe meeting with 14 members present. Rea Stair, rehabilitation chairman, reported 14 cards were sent to shutins. Dorothy Kern, Americanism chairman, reported e writing contest material was the hands of the Valley High iglish teachers. Refreshments ere served by Ihe hosless, Edilh imherger. Marjory Bruce will next hosless Oct. 25. .Members ill serve Ihe NOW Thanksgiving nner Nov. 7 at the VFW Home. Martha Farmer, Shigs Nishimo- and Chole Gales passed -the ate Board of Cosmetology. Maria Farmer has her own shop at. er home. ' Mrs. Bessie Schlect spent the ·eekcnd visiling her granddaugh- er, Mrs. Stanley Bucholz and hus- and of Wakceney, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones cn- erlained at Sunday dinner for Mr. and Mrs. William Bacon r., Pam and Allen of Engte- vood, Mr. and Mrs. William Baon Jr., and daughlcrs, Mrs. John Griffilh and Mick of Fort Colins and Charlotte Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jones and ·hildren of Eads spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones. GAYMODE® DARK SEAM Budget SHEERS to make their liome with the aunt, Mrs. Heburn Morgan an family. The children stalled Valley High School this week. Mr. anrf Mrs. George Nishimo and family visited over the wee end with Mrs. Nishimoto's p ents, Mr .and Mrs. K. Kinsoliita of ScdRwici:. Carl Harlmcn of Dicdrock, Neb., is spending some time visiling bis daughter, Mrs. Ann Morgan and family. Christine Nishimoto. Kalhy Reed, Grarc Farley, Linda Mayer and Sandra Dill were part of the all accordion band to try out for the Ted Mack auditions at the Denver University auditorium. li they are part of tire group lo win they will perform Nov. 3 at the Denver coliseum. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller en lerlaincd at a turkey dinner Sun day in honor of their daucliter Becky, second birthday. Tiios attending were. Mr. and Mrs. S. J Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor Jerry and Danny Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John Lett spcn the weekend in Holyoke at th home of their daughter, Mrs Allen Kropp and family. Tli Kropp's are moving to Devil Lake, N. D., where lie has accep ed a job with the rcclamalio service. So Patriotic TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- A sign al a service station reads, "Gas War! Enlist here." USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS STEELCASE DESKS · C H A I R S FILING C A B I N E T S "Everything for tlie Office" 1303 Eighth Avenue 2 98 Get. Die shcerncss, Ihe wear you want for day. 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LADIES' SOFT AND SUPPLE MID-HEEL Here you'll find a little pump that fits like a dream! In a choice of black, otter or green. A pump that gives you lightness and flair in glove-soft leather! Sizes 5'/b to D! 5 99

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