Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 2, 1955 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 2, 1955
Page 10
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Fast }0 ' CltEBLEY TRIBUNE- Friday, Dec. 2,. : 1%5 oman J../ aae : : By Mrs. Joitf Otouptflik Intermediate Girl Stfouls of Troop 322 recently chose new oUieeij wiik the .following elected: president, Peggy Fisk; vice, president, Jan Lundvall; secretary, Janet While; treasurer, Nancy Goixhvine;- and icribe, Ann Brochtrnp. .Harolcline Manweiller, Sharon Grosskop! and P a m e l a - S p i t z e n will,-serve as Cin- dereUas. * . :The girls'are selling Girl Scout calendars as 'a,troop project and nave, been working "on individual *crapbooks at 'their meetings. · Leaders 'are- Mrs. Donald Lake ibid Mrs. Thomas Rastnussen. "Troop 27 of Maple wood " elected Cindy Telep as president at their. last meeting, with Dorothy Billings,' vice* president, and Mareia Lynn Schneider, secretary-t'r e a s urer. Committee members will be" Colleen Davis,' Margaret Cooper- nncl IJonna Tanner. Leaders of this troop are Mrs. A. T. Beveridge and Mrs. Amy Van 1 Bnskirk. . T h e girls have started-working . on Christmas gifts for their moth- in. - Brownie "Troop JS4 -met at the home of Mrs-. .Earl Russell, 2520 Tenth avchue, this- vyeck. .Leaders are Mrs..Russell and Mrs. Alarvin Jleam. i Program observed the , birthday pf the troop, which is Dec, 1. The (ollowbig 10 girls received one-year pendants from" Mrs. Roger Grrithe, their leader last -year: "Linda Benion, Jo Ann .Carter; Susan Elliott, Linda Fromm, Judith Grothe, Linda Heineck, Maurene Heam, Susan Russell, Judy Shelton and ' Connie Vondy. ' { The troop also invested six new 'Brownies, Judy · Kortmcyer, Rita Austin, Helen lledbcrg, Yvonne Kinkade, Georgia Vohn and Sandra R^arn. yKefreshments w e r e cupcakes decorated wilh one'.candle, and ho """chocolate. * All Iroop news should be phono promptly to Mrs. Otoup.ilik, 2154W j'Mri. Almi Htriford and hir ill ter, Miss Madge MacKen^ie, have returned lo Gfeeley from Chicago and New York City where tbe jpenl three we"eks buying - sprin ·ad summer merchandise for The Doggery Shopj which Airs. Hereforf owns and operates.- I Joey, a budgerigar which /lew away from the London home o James Shew an, sought refuge with another family -- and was returnet to-the Shewans afler he kept re gating- their telephone number . "R'adlel " ?::CARD OF THANKS BZELL, May we late thl? way 16 thank »U ·who extended comforting "sympathy.and help in our recent · ^sorrow. For the beautiful se'rv- ' flee, floral offerings, and ntho- · kindnesses we are deeply grateful. - , The f;im1ly of -:' Mr*. Lela H. Kiel) Mr. a n d . M r s . Pete Torrez, of south Eleventh avenue, announce ,he engagement of their niece, Miss Bertha Pacheco, above, 1o- Airman Third Class Larry R i v a s [r., son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rivas of ZIO Eleventh street. Tiie bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pacnoco, resfde- , 3228 Madison avenue, Carlsbad, alif. Stic is a graduate of Ocenn- de-Carlshad High school at Occan- de, Calif. IJer fiance at.lended rcelcy schools before enHsHng in ie air force. He has just com- leled his "schooling at Warren FBj Cheyenne, \Vyo., and is home n a 15'-day leave. On Dec. 10 Airan Rivas will leave for overseas lily in'France. Marriage plans are indefinite. the Hospital .Admitted lo Weld County Gener. hospital Thursday, Dec. 1: Jonni lay Nalley,' 509 Twenty-first Ircel; Mark Mainquisl, 1435 Twen- ··sixth.street road; Kathy Hender, A Eleventh street; Stephen Vhile, 1507 Fourteenth street joad; icborah Farley, Koule 3; Mrs. lary D. Walton, 1829 Tenth avu- iuc; -Earl T. Raskin, MiUiken; Irs, Robert Strecker, 1700 Eighth treeL; D a n n y Good\yine, 2505 Tliir- eenlh .avenite; 'Mrs. EdM-ard H. ·'olbrecht, 1117 Seventeenth street; .Irs. Raymond Jaefcsori, Windsor; Nina Mae Scward,- 1605 Eifihtb street; Jake Andrews, ?15 Twelfth slrepl;' J.oseph Thomas, 2107 Ninth avenue; Helen Keys,'Route 4. Dismissed: Mrs, Jerry Long nnc daughter, T-317 Jackson field; Mrs Peter Baker and son, 1.M8 Fmirl.h avenue; Mrs. Arvld II. Johnson and laughter, Wiggins; Mrs. Grady W Dyer and son, Gill; Mrs. Lester Lee and. son, U29 Eleventh. avo- nue; Mrs. M a r y - J L Igo," Camfield lot el; Trida Johnson, Bonell homo; William Lovcland, Frederick; Mrs. Raymond Strey, Mitchell, Neb.; Mrs. Gertrude A. Poole, Bell, Calif,; Arcadio Vasque/, Route 1; Mrs. Frank Halpain, Route 3; Mark Mainr|uist, I135 Twenly-sixth street road; Jonni Kay Nalley, 509 Twen- ;y-/irsl sl/eel; Karen HouEchcns, 1832 Twelfth avenue; Josephine alleges, 522 Tenth street. . Citiicnt Commltte* Will Mttt Mond.y Citizens Committee for Public Schools is meeting Monday evening at'7:30 o'clock at the collage school. David Fromuv principal .of Arlington -wiU present the progr*anr on r.eading in the schools. * " . · Dr. D. G. Decker Will Give Review 'The Restoration "of Learning, a irogram for redeeming the uriful- illed promise.-of American educa- lon, by Arthur Eugene Bestci, will c reviewed by Dr. Donald G. )ccker al the next mecling of the roup interested in Current Sig- lificant books and plays. The meel- ng will be Wednesday n^ot'niii^ )ee. 7', in Doane room of l*ark Congregational church at 9:30 i 1 clock. These reviews are sponsored ointly by Greeley Woman's club and Greeley hranch of the American Association of University Wonen. 1'ublic is cordially invited. There is no charge. f The Restoration of Learning has ecn hailed as a very great book in the subject and one that should M? of interest lo every thoughtful icrson concerned.'lo sec ·. rnerican education measure u. more nearly o its great promise. A New York Times critic comnopf'xi: "The language is forceful, he' \vrilifig 'brilliant, the ideas rovocative." ' The book' is divided Jnto four parts. In P a r t T the author at- empts to describe as clearly as possible the kind or education he hinks essential for democratic \nterica iji (he mid-twen^eth een- ury. Part 11 presents specific criticisms of contemporary American educational policies, Part III sets orth the practical measifres the au- :ior believes necessary lo preserve American education from aimlcss- ;. I'rrt IV. is devoted to his hcme that freedom and education inseparable. Stork Express ftorn to Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Douglass of 1325 Twenty-sixlh. street road a son Thursday, Dec. 1, at Weld County General hostital. Born Id "Mr. and, Mrs. Jose Nevarez of Kuner j\ son Friday, Dec.' 2, at Weld County General hospital. Born lo Mr. and .Mrs. Harland H. Evans of Spenard, Aln'ska a N'ov. 27. He is their first rhild and has been named Wendell JUchard Mrs. Kvans is the former Dorotliy Noe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Roy Koe of Route 1, Grecley. Paternal grandjiarents are Mr: and Mrs Howard R, Evans of Canby, Minn. The United States !ia.i 73 per cent of the world's registered passenger automobiles. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS "·Make Your Own ffnr A Merry Christmas" Harriett. Krclliruegser NoV on tale at SCHRIVER'S BOOK STORE Si5 Eighth St. ·* Jn loring memory of MrirlTin* Hoover H H d e n b r a n d t , w"hp was sn ·udflenly called from mi twenty- three years npo. Twenty : thrcB- years have passed, Since our great /thadon- fell, . The shock ifaal we received that ··'- d a y , * · * Tye still remember well Tour last words we shall never ;. k n o w Or what was on your mind, But you still He cherished, In the ·""' .hearts · Of ^he on«E'you behind. ;': Sadly missed by Mother, Sfaltr tnii brothera. * Mrs, Laura Chandler Mrn; Mildred ^Alexander ' Harold, KddEe,- and Kuss^lt _ Hoover. NOTICE See or Call. C. C. (Chet) Adams · your . FARMERS .INSURANCE . ' GROUP AGENT 728-9th St. ' ,Ph. 4210 the perfect family Christmas Gift! What more perfect 'gift co-jtd Ihere be (,han muiic . . . that every member of th: family eould enjoy . . .'with the eiquiiite Acrosonic, today's firjeat-amail piano. Wl«n ymirt is an Accosonic family, your child:en bftginn lifetime of creative leirninf;*rK] doing ... With re\vardf of enrkhinenl, f-jlp.ljm-nt. and development. ' ' CcAne In, i*rite, or call for your copy of Baldwin'* deHjhtful, informative, neir booidet-- "Th« Parenu' Primer." J. S. CABLE Baldwin Pianos and Organs $241/1 9th Avt. . · Phone SIO-W Veld Children Receive- ivil Defense Book!sl : .. A .Civil Defense booklet entitled Six Steps to Survival" was rcccnt- dislributcd to 1G.500 WcW County chool 'diildrcn reports .Mrs.iW. L.' laffer, County C. U^ director of omen's Affairs. Sti|icrin(erdnit of Schools, Paul otlwick, in a school su- rinlendents and p r i n c i 1 a I s, rested this importance of ilis- cminattng civil defense, informs- on to the children. The Iwoklcls ere clistribule'd via the Bookmo- le. ' The illustrated pamphlete briefly :scribes protecting measures be llowcd before,'during Aid aflcr c.enemy altnck. It covers public ction signals, principles of shelter, and facts in racHoai.tivGfa!l out, and'the lite. . ' -, . ; :The dislribulion ot these book-' Ift5 -is another, public service'pro- vided by the J;A]cral Civil Cefensc Agency to keep 'both children and adults informed on up-to-date measures, for survival. Bajjy Arrives niCHJIOND, Va. «! -- Rucy C. Coflins parVed bis car three parking meters from police headquarters at 4:30 a.m. and ^cnt into a hospital.. Several hours . later he emerged as the proud' father of a baby girl but found his car missing. ' , ' ' ' Overtime parking? Car towed a w a y ? JVope, the jol-C» said. They knew nothing about it. Candlelight. Program' On Advent af First Covenant Sunday'. · Thou Crownest the' Year wilh Thy Goodness," an-Advent ci.ndle- Itght program, will be .presented at the'First Covenanl;church Sunday evening at *7:30 o'clock^ - "THis. program shtnvs the entire year as. evidencing the goodness of.God and is climaxed in the fac ! , that (5od sent Christ a; His -supreme act of goodness to man," stales the pastor, the'Rev. C. Cecil Osterberg. . '. . Tht children's .choir and the young people's society will present this 1 service,. which has been ar- USE THE T R I B U N E WANT 'ADS ranged -by Mrs! Ostcrherg. Bird Gets IMame · . '-s ' GREENVILLE, S. C. M--A man says-a bird gave trim, a* cold. lie \vas''a · passenger 6"n'.a bus 'whose windsnield was broken when 1 a guinea hen crashed ·through. · He · said the glass or the hen struck him* and caused "great pain and suffering."' He also alleged he got .severe - cold .'from' drafts through" the windshield. . He sued.. the bus cQmpany for -' ·· -" USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS HEALTH . Pr. Schumacher Chiropjracfor 1205 10th Ave. . Ph. 3865 Watch Those. Pumps 1 LITTLE ROCK, Arfc. kan'sas Revenue department agcnti started" checking gasoline puinpt at service stations whicji'have state contracts after discovering that one station, involved in a pric« war, had set.ils-pumus to register 111910 fuel than was 1 being'. delivered. Relieve Suffering Fast-Effectively with , ZALE-LEE PRESENTS ANOTHER FIRST/IN GREELEY! , 1 r/America's ^^ and Most .Famous Timepieces! g» '7 ' ' , ' ' / *^ " r · ' · * · , , " ' - " · " . Prices /nc/urfe Federal ' I Never.before hat Zoic-Lee been able'to-feature tuch on outstanding trade-in event! These are all bi'and new 1956'modelj from Hie .world's finett manufdcrurerj of nationally advertised wnrehei! We wish we eould mention the names .of only a few of these wonderful bargains-but seeing is.believing. ANY old .watch:regardless of make or condition is acceptable. Hurry and select the Christmas present for your Joved.ones while the selection lasts. .And remember -- never any Interest or carrying:charge at.Zale Lee --.and a full year to pay. k5« in* 55S '«" W Nationally advertised pr. $65.00 Less Trade in -. . . $25.00 You pay - 1J/100 (Tax rncl.) . 1U Nationally adycr-1 lised. pr. ?47.50 | Less trade ' in . . . J25.00 I You pay sn (Tax Incl.) t \ Nationallj- advertised n'r. $71.50 Less (rade . . in . . . $25.00 You p a y ' JJfiSO (Tax Inelv) 10 N n f i p n n l l y mlvef- lised jirice $52.50 Less trade in . . . . $25'.OQ You pay (Tax Incl.) '27 5 0 - Nnd'nnnll.v adver- liserl price $1J.95 Less (rarie in ... . $25.00 You pay H O?» (Tax Irjd.) 19 Nationally adver- tisei! grice $69-95 Less (rade in . . . $25.00 You pay ' tMMiS' (Taxlncl.) Nationally advertised price $67.50 Less trade in . . . . $25.00 , You pay $4150 (Tax incl.) Nationally adver- 'lised price $47.50 Less (rade i n . . . - ' . . $25.00 '22 60 You pjy I (Tax incl.) Nationally adver- I ·tised price $52.50 | Less' (radp i? . . . - . · $25100 | You pay · I? (Tax Incl.) I · Zale-Lee Jewelry Co.. 806 8th S't.; Oreeley, Colo. Please send -- ·. Name ' Address Cify: ( ) CHARGE State _^_^ ( ) CHECK ( ) C.O.D. 806 8th S(. Greeley.' Colo. OPEN SATURDAY AND MONDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8:30 YOUTH FOR CHRIST RALLY Sunday Afhrnpbn .Dr. Ted Engstrom,speaker ri mb , s p . ci ,m«, · - - ' *···*. . - ... . - 2=30 p.m. Dec. 4th · . EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR YF.CI D^^ B ^ ' ^ :/ . ' · Greelev Hififh School Auditorium · =. · . -* ^, · D;stin g ui S h«d wnter . .^«Bc n z e l a n d E n M m b k ., mccicy ni^ii jciiuui Muuiiunum Everyone inyitcdi nndvoum Leader VM«i Soios, SiRsspiralion -·--· -- ···' · · i · i . · i · 1 1 . 1 ... ....... ... - i i .. ...-.-.,.-- ... . .- \ . . -- - - V · _ _ " V* ' _'_ · ' " . * « ; - . . .

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