Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 19, 1961 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
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J o h n S t O W n iTjiurs., Oct. 19, 1961 GREELEV TR1BUNK Page 17 ' ' ' ' MISTER BREGER . By MRS. S. LEE T R E G O N I N G JOHNSTOWN - Mr. anil Mrs. Ilm-olrl Kahrenbrudi culcvtaincd Sunday at diimei 1 (or Mr. uiul Mrs. Roland Fahrcnbrui:!! ;iml family of Tlwnilon and Mrs. Convail Mr. and Mrs. Hoy House spent Ihc weekend in Denver ;it (lie home of their son anil daughter- in-law, Mr. and .Mrs. Albert House. Mr. ant! Mrs. Frank Tilrmis and John of Grcclcy culled ;il the House residence Sunday afternoon". Mr. and JIvs. An Sailierg loll Thursday for San Francisco, Calil. where they will aller.d the Natioi al Bankers Convent ion. While ; California they will visit relatives in Santa Anna. Mines, lltmald Moinlrer, Xor- man Jordangcr. Adam Martin am 1 Uelhcrl Bait were hosbscs at a stork shower honoring .Mrs. Ho! Martin Sunday afternoon al the Adam Marlin's home, in Evans. Mr. and Mrs. A l b e i t Kniese ant Jean Winston enjoyed Ihc birth, day tfinncr .Sunday for their granddaughter. Nancy Knight, who was 5 years old, Ste is the daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knight of Fon Lupton. The 4 Honors Bridge Club me Friday nflevnraa at Ihc \Yilliaii Hcrter home, guests were Mines lilen Scchlor and Klta Coaklin went to Mrs. Conklin an low to Mrs. Sc.liicr. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Vern Trcgoninj entertained .Mr. a n d Mrs. Claud WclLs ancf f a m i l y of Littleton Sun tiny. Kill Karc Kbib met Friday a [he home of Mrs. Charles Wilso w i t h Mrs. Clark Bender assisting Twenty members answered ro" call w i t h . "My Favorite Dress. A silen: auction preceded Hi business meeting. Mrs. Williai Wailes, president, conducted tl meeting. Mrs. William Slirce\ was (he guest speaker, |ircscntin "New Styles and Fabrics." U'hic was very interesting and inform alive. The Nov. 8, meeting will he at the Walter N'ygren borne with Mrs. Bob Backer assisting. Estrillota Woman's Club met last week al the home of Mrs. Charles Stroll with Mrs. Kermit Beal assisting. A program on speech correction was presented by Dr. Verne Ahl berg of Colorado State College New members, Mmcs. Jack York. Jack Nelson and Robert Hull were welcomed. Mrs. Wallace t.cbsack, presidenl. announce: Ihe Ihcnics of the Woman's Clubs rlalc and general projecls. The stale .project theme is -"Share Your Happiness." The goal of tin: project will bo lo send money am clothing to the State Mental Hos pilal. The General Project theme is "Dollars foe. Scholars." Money collected for this project will be used for a scholarship for a student in the western hemisphere who will study in Colorado for »ne year. Mrs Ed Shnltz was appointed chairman of the Vogue Sewing Contest. The Senior Vogue Contest will take place in Lovcland April 14, 1967. Oct. 19, Ihe District Fall Board meeting will take place at Ber- Ihoud' at Ihc Wayside Inn. The club decided upon a bake food sale as a moneymaking proj ect The food will be sold on Salurday, Oct. 21, at Ihe Colo rado Central power office. Thieves Take All But Kitchen Sink HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) -Thieves ransacked a newly bull home in suburban Miramar an made off with everything but 111 kitchen sink. They did, howcvei get tr.c bathroom sink. They als took the oven and range, ho ivater, waler pump and filter sys tern for the swimming pool, toilet unit, and a built-in drcs: Ing fable. Coming Around FAIRFAX, V a . (AP) - T h county of Fairfax plans to brin its zoning ordinance into lin with reality by giving Una Carter approval of a store in residential zone. The store h heen Ihere for 100 years. Serve TV DINNERS AT TH!S SPECIAL PRICE 49 · W MM 9EEF CHICKEN TVXKW "Hello, Joe? Say, what did you do to kill time when you used, to be a prisoner ... ?" Chicken, Beef Top Grocery Attractions By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Broiling and frying chickens compete with roast beef for the shopper's eye in supermarket dis lay advertisemenls this week. Overproduction of chickens has slashed prices as much as 12 lo 14 cents a pound cheaper than a year earlier. Fryers are 1 lo 4 cents a pounc lower than last week in Seatlle and 4 rails a pound less in the New York area, Government economists note, owcvcr, that broiler slaughter, Slich has been running 25 per ~enl above last year, now is rending downward. Market sup- lies late Ibis monlh are expected to number only about 8 per cent more than a year ago. An added attraction for chickens in the Midwest stems from slightly higher beef prices due lo an advance at the wholesale level. Sharp declines at wholesale for A 3fr Mayfair Buckingham By MRS. R. E. LIVENGOOD BUCKINGHAM -- Milton Baumgartner visiled al the home of Mrs. Kolie Croissant and Ted Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mitzel of South Gate. Calif, visited at Ihe ionic of Mr. and Mrs.'Rudolph Mitzel Friday nighl and Sunday. Those who called at (he Milzel :iomc Friday evening lo visit with the Milzels were Mr. and Mrs. Perl Wickslrom. Mr. and Mrs., Rodney Bolin, Mrs. Katie Croissant, and Ted, Paul and John 1 Ib. bag -DEL MOHTE CRUSHED T/NEAWLE ZK QfANT'S Very Young Tender SWEET PEAS 30S Ctins D for NlBLiT WHOLE KERNEL' CORN Supreme Chocolate Mint COOKIES Pkg. Nabisco Oreo Cream Sandwich COOKIES 11 Oz. Pkg. Speaker, Mr. and Mrs. H. Livengood, Mrs. Margaret Mitzel was also an overnight guest. Mr. and Mrs. Dewoy Miller and family of Colorado Springs .called at Ihe Mitzel liome Salurday, and spent Ihe night al the R. E. Livengood I'.ome. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Holzwarthi and Carolyn and Bill Holzwarth of Denver visited at the Milzel omc Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cuin of hogs pork and bellies presage lower prices in the next few 3*23' SIGMAN'S WILE HIGH FULLY COOKED HAMS weeks. The decline for bellies from which bacon is derived comes despite low inventories o the cut. As of Sept. 1, thes mounted to 12.8 million pounds west on record for tbe dale. Rib and round roasts continue, be the top beef items, with' rloin and porlcrlwuse steaks of- red at special prices only oc-] siqnally. Turkeys arc plentiful ;ncrally and priced accordingly. Cabbage, carrots and onions pad the list of outstanding vego- ble buys in most areas, while lap beans, celery, lettuce, po- tocs, squash, sweet -potatoes, auliflower, green peppers, to- lofocs arid corn also rate as ood buys in many scclions. The expected strong.'cranberry rop is reflected in bargain prices or berries earlier (ban usual for ieason. Apples, grapes, acars, bananas, grapefruit, lem- ns and oranges also are bar ains. Aiwcod visited at Ihc Harry Bowman home Sunday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. Don Robinson and amily of Sterling, Art Accola, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Baldon Jr.. Carol' Cook, Larry and Steve Baldon of Denver visited at the J. Pousb home Sunday after- n. Mr. and Mrs. John Ford and SKYLAND Shiink Portion _____ Bull Half ! ! Center Slices Whole or li). 3flc Shank . Ib. 59c Half Lb. 'n the Courts Howard Murray's JP Court Evert A. F. Anderson, Chcy- nne. was found guilty by a jury on a charge of careless driving ·md fined S5 and cosls. Members of the jury were Phil Dale, George E. Cox and William Thompson. Bruce Vogtr" Greeley, assault and battery, dismissed by district attorney. Ernest Delfino Salazar, Milli- kcn, fishing without license, S15, costs. Boh Garrett, Evans, short check, costs, restitution of $250. J. 0. Small, Greeley, selling second-hand car without delivering title, costs, restitution of $?/. FranV William Lind. Windsor, drunl; driving, $100, costs. Bcnito Villorreal Galvan. Ker- scv, no operator's license, $10, ;osls. Louis Carrillo, La Salle, no operator's license. $5. costs. Howard .Jude Coming, Greeley, speeding. $23, costs. Lafe (Jake) Warner, Aylt, nonsupport, costs. J. A. Warner, Greeley, short check, costs, restitution of $25. 1 girls were supper guests at the- Charles Fritz home, in honor of| Mrs. Ford's birthday. Mrs. 'Keith Ashbaugh and chil-| ilren visited at the Kay Richard-' son home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mitzel joined in a family picnic at Glenmere Sunday. Several in Ihe community attended Hie funeral of John Krieger, who passed away Friday morning after a few vnonlhs i l l ness. Funeral services were held in Greeley Monday morning. ! Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Livengood: .rerc dinner guests at the home I of Mrs. Livengood's mother, Mrs.' Elsie Miller, at Greeley Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tombs and, family of Denver were weekend, visitors at the One Hill home, j Bobby Hill returned home Sunday morning via train from Kansas City, Mo., where he was named to receive 1961 Burlinslon FFA awards. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orie Hill of Briggsdalc, and attends New Raymer School. Lloyd Little field was also a delegate and attends New Raymer School. Mrs. Haltie Shell has received .;ord of the serious illness of her sister. Cora Miller, in St. Louis, Mo. Miss Miller has visited here several times and is known in thip community. 303 Can . Ib. SOc. ·__· L E A N , T E N D E R SAUvt is£ choi - O£|clriiRP §|g F Oa I STEAKS 2 - 29'i lONCHORH CHEESE .... " 59c Skyland APRICOT HALVES Big 2V 2 While or Yellow Hurdcn's Chocolate MILK Quart . . Rnrden's COTTAGE CHEESI15 Ruby Red Sweet Apple C I D E R GRAPEFRUIT Us Euphony, Please SPRINGVILLE, Ala. The Chamber of Commerce cided to erase, the slogan on highway welcome signs. "A good place to stop, and started something ' but a little more dignified." We don't blame you for losing your lumper when inferior foods are purchased. Form ttie| habit of buying Meats and Frozen Foods, both wholesale and retail, from the GREELEY LOCKER MEAT COMPANY and your foodstuff will always be fresh, delicious and tender. Stop in, at your convenience. flie fyieeleyjockel USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS gallon 53' gallon Ib. Great Western SUGAR 5 49 C Standard Treasury of Learning BOOKS Volume 1 through Volume 8 Now On Sale Purina CHOW I0-)bs. California Pascal CELERY Large Bunch 19 CAULIFLOWER Snowball Heads . Ib. lOc Let's ail help our own Colorado Boys Ranch sell 10,000 bags of Fine Quality C lb - £0* BOILING ONIONS . . . »J bag iKMl With the exception of Meat* and Fresh Produce, all price* in this ad good through Monday, Oct. 23. Volume 1 29c Others. 99c does for PINEAPPLE We Are Open Friday and Saturday Night* Till 8:30 For Your Shopping Convenience SNOW WHITE SUPER MARKET WHERE GREELEY SHOPS WITH CONFIDENCE Delivery Service Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Red Stamps Given On All Cash Purchases Ph. EL 3-1820 "SZLMAIS: 922 10th St Open Frl, «na Sit. Night. Until S:30

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