Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 11, 1973 · Page 19
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·H GHKELKY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed., April 11,1*73 Women's pages . Blanche Dempsey, editor; Rose Mary Koob, assistant TO MODEL IN REVIEW - Mrs. Helen Vickie Schneider model some of the outfits to Croissant, of J. C. Penney's fabric depart- be shown by 4-H members at Penney's Fashion Bnent, Sandy Lindblad, Teresa Perry and Fabric Review. lenney's Fabric Review set Friday The eighth annual Penney's Fashion Fabric Review will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 13, at the 4-H Building at Island Grove Park. The review features fashions sewn by 4-H members throughout the county. Included will be 32 entries. One girl is selected by Penney's from each club to model for the company. These girls each receive all of their material and findings to make a complete garment. Models showing the latest fashions in swim wear from the J.C. Penney" fashion department will conclude the program PREMIERE PERFORMANCE Americans saw thier first Shakespearean play as "Richard III" was presented in New York on March 5, 1750. Social Calendar . Friday, April 13 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Study Retreat for April, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 1800 21st Ave., with Marilyn Hickey of Denver as leaders. Child care available by reservation only, call 3532369. Bring sack lunch. Beverages will be furnished. 1:30 p.m. Social Dozen, Mrs. Ed Zimmermann, 819 19th St. 1:30 p.m. Greeley Better Homemakers Club, at the home of Mrs. Harold Bauming, 2130 19th Ave. 1:30 p.m. Gay 60s Shuffleboard Club, business meeting, Recreation Center. 1:30p.m. Kensington Club at the home of Mrs. Ethel Bryan, 1431 14th Ave. 2 p.m. Social Order of the Beauceant, practice at the Masonic Temple for official visit of Supreme Worthy President on April 14. 2 p.m. Service Club of the First Christian Church, at the home of Mrs. Clifford Cecil, 2401 20th St. Road. 6:30 p.m. Wesleyan Ser- vice Guild of the First United Methodist Church, dinner meeting. 6:30 p.m. Past Matrons of OES, annual spring banquet with husbands and escorts as guests, at the American Legion Club. Past Patrons and wives also invited. 7:15 p.m. Friday Night Duplicate Bridge Club at the Ramada Inn. 7:30 p.m. 4-H Girls to model in J. C. Penney's Fabric Fashion Review, 4-H Building. Open to the public, free of charge. 7:30 p.m. Greeley Coin Club, Round Room of the United Bank. 8 p.m. Weld Encampment and Auxiliary No. 20, Odd Fellows Hall. 8 p.m. Parents Without Partners, Chapter 223, card party at the rural home of Bob Fraker. Drive west on 4th Street about three miles to the dead end and turn north to the first place on the leftside of the road. Ph. 3531124. For more about PWP call 356-2087 or 353-5339, or write P.O. Box 260, Greeley. which is open to the public, free of charge. Refreshments will be available. Susan Waldo to study in Switzerland Miss Susan Waldo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ernest Waldo Jr., 1924 14th St., will leave in September, 1973, to attend the American Fashion College of Switzerland, a two- year degree granting junior collete. The college is located in Lucerne, which is in the center of 'Switzerland, close to many activities in Europe. Taught, by an American faculty, the comprehensive course of study is aimed toward the student's eventual employment in the fashion industry in the United States. Miss Waldo will have the opportunity to visit many culturally stimulating capitals in Europe. With Paris, Rome and Madrid only hours away, she will be afforded the opportunity to enhance her knowledge of famous designers, painters and European cultures. Study trips to these fashion capitals coupled with exciting week-end ski trips to nearby ski resorts will allow her to work toward her associate in arts degree. Refrigerate those jams and jellies, pickles and mayonnaise, peanut butter and prepared mustard after the jars are opened. 2 LOCATIONS TO BETTER SERVE SHOES 911 16th St. "On the hill" ON ANY PURCHASE Good thru Saturday, April 14th 2672 B lllh Ave., Hillside M«ll Opposite Brcsolr's Ice Cream and adjacent to Adventures Awaiting SHOES THINGS Delta Kappa Gamma pays tribute to Eula Miss Mary Lois Wilson, in a eulogy to Miss Eula Smith, at the April 5 meeting of Delta Kappa Gamma Society, Delta Chapter, at the Blue Flame Room, stated in essence lhat "A great Christian lady, uniquely cosmopolitan, h u m b l e , contributed much in her 36 years as a member of the sorority. As a teacher she could see the promise that lives in each pupil. She lived a true example in giving service to others." The Rev. Norman Middleton, parish priest of Trinity Episcopal Church of Greeley, was introduced by his wife who is ciub program chairman. He gave a challenging speech on "Changing Patterns of Philosophy and Religious Thinking." He opened his remarks with the challenge "The world must w r i t e the agenda for the church." Theology today is in a state of ferment as it seeks to interpret its major themes -- natureofman --nature of sin -salvation -- and faith. As many experience the world today, it is a world of flux, rapid change, proliferation of knowledge, changing moral values, future shock. And for many this is acutely distressing -'everything coming loose'. It is distressing because it conflicts with our whole view of meaning and reality. We interpret and explainby categorizing: 1-2-3, a- b-c, etc. All of this is no longer true. Our alternatives are either to cling to the old and sit whimpering in our corner, or re-adjust and build new forms. ' ' T h e o l o g i a n s a n d philosophers are presenting an utterly radical view of reality -as radical in our time as were the views of Capernicus and Galileo in theirs -- with probably the same reaction -cries of 'heresy'. Their views of reality present a startling contrast: Reality is not per- manance, but change; reality is not a static state, but progress; reality is not fixity, but fluidity; reality is not being, but becoming. To express reality in these terms, and to offer guidlines that will restore a sense of security to an uncertain world, contemporary theologians and philosphers are discovering a new focus for life in celebration, revolution and hope. "There are three components of celebration, play, imagination and joy. We seldom play, we are product oriented. What we call play .is often a form of work . . . a problem solving device, or a diversion from work to be more efficient at work . . . bridge, golf. But children play freely, free to alter roles and rules. Our difficulty in celebrating is due' to our difficulty in playing. "The second component, imagination, is not free in an orderly, productive society. We are preoccupied with so many commodities lhat distract imagination ... all are designed to give pleasure . . . Iravel, hi- fi, TV, if one tires of one thing, try another. Hence, the appeal of drugs, alcohol, an escape from absurdity to allow the imagination some free reign. "Society asserts that reality is empirical, the power structure restricts the imagination. How does imagination function in this system? In the quest for a world where the spirit is free, where man, not the system is ultimate. "The third component of celebrat'lon of the contemporary theologians and philosophers is joy . . . a con- COMPANY PRESIDENT SCORES RED TAPE; SAYS: 'THINK!' NEW YORK (AP) -- C. Peter McColough, chairman of Xerox, again this year gaave an interview to the company's employee newspaper. He is bothered, he said, by the way red tape creeps into large organizations ' at an alarming rate. "1 am finding that the most effective way to combat red lape is to ridicule silly regulations whenever I spot them. "Often the guy who is insecure in a big company tries to learn all the rules as care ; fully 'as possible because he feels that if he doesn't make any mistakes he'll get ahead. "While we necessarily have to have some rules, we want our people to think, not just follow rules." sciouj, deliberate saying 'ye«' to life, to one's self, to creation. "The., new focus for life in revolution-is not new, since we do not usually think of churches as revolutionary,'but many are 'and always have been. The Bible has many references of change as examples. "The last 15 years the churches have moved from the' theology of 'God is dead' to the theology of hope, again based on the philosophies of hope from the Bible: historical . . . past is understood in terms of the future. . . the future makes the present meaningful. "The church must become involved in forming 'new structures. It must be relevant now and in the future. A healthy explanation of life must include c e l e b r a t i o n , r e v o l u t i o n (change) and hope." Hostesses for the evening were Dr. Chnthia Frease, chairman, Dr. Floy Barnard, Mrs. Rae Batstone, Miss Helen Coontz, Mrs. Florence Kilts, Mrs. Doris McCrea, Mrs. Barbara Reynolds and Miss Kdna Wright. · . ; HOUSTON FESTIVAL ; .BECOMES ANNUAL HOUSTON (AP) -- The Houston Grand Opera will hold its second' Spring Festival this year, May 24 Ihrough June 9j General Director David Gock-, ley said lhat last year's festival, was such a success that it is planned lo be an annual event. These are fully staged operas' sung in English by young' American singers, in Miller Outdoor Theater in Hermann 1 Park, which accommodates 20, : ' 000 persons. . - The season will present the; American premiere of Vaughan; 'William's "Hugh the Drover,"i subtitled "Love in the Stocks,", and Riacomo Puccini's "La, Kondine." The Center Opera Company of Minnesota's entire:; production of Robert KurkaV' "The Good Soldier Schweik"' \vi!l also he imported. Mrs. Clarence Fagerstrom "Forf Collins, Greeley groups plan meeting Greeley Assembly No. 22, Social Order of the Beauceant and Fort Collins Assembly No. 102, will hold a joint meeting, Saturday, April 14, lo honor the supreme worthy president, Mrs. Clarence W. Fagerstrom of St. Paul, Minn. There will be a salad luncheon at 12:30 p.m., at the Masonic Temple, for which each Greeley member is asked to bring a salad to share. The meeting will begin at 2 p.m. Greeley Assembly members will practice Friday at 2 p.m., at the Temple, in lieu of the regular meeting usually held at that time. VANDA BEAUTY COUNSELORS For Cosmetic Needs Call Faye Osburn Ph. 686-2331 OTHER HALF EASTER DRESS SALE Thurs., Fri., and Sat. Buy one at reg. price and pick a second one at Ha If Price Don't miss these great savings! the OIHERHUF 8119th St. 9:30-5:30 KNfoolwortl 1 THE FUN PIACE TO SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Easter Fashions ACCESSORIES AT BUDGET PLEASING PRICES Your spring bag.*. here in a variety of sixes and shapes Great looking shiny vinyls in shirred pouches, top handle and swinging shoulder bags. All the new colors. Flap-over bag $5.99 3 Our own quality nude panty hose*..sheer from toe to waist i on yin ST. y;ju-5;ju It's the natural look for today'sfashions. Seamless stretch nylon with nude toe and heel. And one size to (it almost,every body. H»g. $1.29 Our own stretch nylon knee highs 74 R»g. 89$ Save now on our quality knee high socks with ribbtd. coblts. Stretch to fit sizes 9 to II. Fashion group of beads, ropes |00 Red-whlte-and-blu» Americano and nautical styles. In pretty summer pastels, too. Many with color coordinated earrings. DOWNTOWN BUNNY D A Y S -- F R I D A Y SATURDAY Visit the downtown area. Look for the Roving Bunnies who will be issuing Discount Script for the participating stores. LOpen Friday Nights 'til 8:30 .»- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED

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