Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 12, 1973 · Page 19
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'Mi///fcen-J.ohnst6wh Lions Ciub p/ans benefit pancake supper Engagements announced ADK members attend recipe party P r o f i s _ f r o m a pancake Monday evening, April 16, will MHT L ^ tsponsored ^ lhe he 'P 'he club donate s baseball M H U k e n - J o h n s t o w n Lions backstop to lhe recreation THE CO. Ladles Sportswear Picture you in Easter Finery... White pique and lace charm the bodice and sleeves of Howard Wolf's one-piece dress. Polyester-cotton sheer with soft, box-pleated skirt. Green, orange, brown; 6-16. " V Timely Clothing For The Women Who Care The Jones Co. Corner 8th Ave. 10th St. Phone 353-3333 complex adjacent to Roosevelt High School in Johnstown. As much as $1,000 may be needed to finance the facility which will be used by summer sandlot leagues as well as school teams, according to Lions' , president, Rex Wakeman. Tentative plans call for the new ball field (o replace the present sandlol facility located near lhe Great Western Sugar Factory. A backstop 2530 feet high and 45 feet wide is projected with wings 10 feel high extending out 40 feet on each side lo protecl speclalors and keep stray balls from being lost in the small lake nearby. Pancakes and ham omelet will be served at the Middle School in Milliken between 5-8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased from Lions Club members or al (he door at reasonable prices. The ticket chairman, Jim Young of Johnslown, said "We just hope people understand that even though we're holding the supper in. Milliken the .project we're working on will serve athletes in bolh our towns. Former Greeley pastor, wife mark anniversary ' The Rev. and Mrs. Paul A. Pound, who formerly lived in Greeley while the Rev. Pound was pastor of the Missionary Baptist Church, 8lh Slreet and 23rd Avenue, were guests of honor at an open house in Nicoma Park, Okla., March 25, to celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. Among those present were the Hev. Pound's molher, Mrs. Jessie Pound of SI. .lohn, Kan. Lavern Schneider and Paul Pound were married in Greeley, March 27, 1948. Since he entered the minislry about 20 years ago, the Pounds have pastored at several places in Colorado, Kansas and Texas. They left Greeley ahoul Ihree and one-half years ago, spent two years in Amarillo, Tex., and have been in Oklahoma for the past year and a half. The couple has five sons and daughters, Mrs. Rohcrl (Julie) Wilkerson of Greeley, Lester Pound of Amarillo, Tex., and Allen, Anthony and Paillette, who live at home. There are two grandchildren. Wilkerson was not able to accompany his wife to Oklahoma for the anniversary observance. Sixteen members of the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa attended the annual recipe party at the home of Donna Pellican with Dee Jacoby and Hilda Krucger as co-hostesses. Each member brought her favorite dish and the recipe for it lo share with the others. Helen Shaffer, chaplain, opened the meeting' with a prayer. Jean Suddulh an- nounced that the gifts for the state hospital were ready lo be delivered and reported on the scholarship awarded each year by the chapter to a student at the University of Northern Colorado. Members were reminded of the state convention lo be held in Denver at the Country Village Inn, 4700 Kipling SI. Delegates and alternates are Ruth Osborn, Alice Cozens, Kslher Browning, Jean Wilson and Joan Slapper. Alpha Epsilon Chapter was on the honor roll in January for having all Iheir business reports in on time. To keep any casserole dish warm for several hours on- outdoor picnics, slip the casserole fresh from the oven into several thickness of heavy paper. V MITH'S CAY GIBSON'S "QUICK BROWN KNIT" Jump into this easy little dress that hugs you around the middle with its ribbed, striped midriff. Now you're ready to quick-step your way through a breathless Spring day. In Fortrel® polyester with gabardine finish and fresh White trim. Sizes 5 to 13 ' $34 You'll find it a t . . . 802 Ninth Street Open 9:30-5:30 Dally; Friday Night 'til 8:30 Vonr.S'niif/r* C.linrfi; /hmAt/liiiinV»n/, nr Mtinifr Lynettc Bcrrett The traditional candle passing, ceremony al a residence hall at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, announced the engagement of Lynette Berrett lo Donald Butler. Miss Berrett, a 1972 graduate of Oreeley Central High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Berrett, 2538 14lh Ave. She is .completing her freshman year at Brigham Young University. ' Butler is also a Brigham Young student, majoring in English. A graduate of the Pueblo public schools, he will graduate from the university in June. He served as a missionary for lhe Church of Latter Day Saints for Iwo years in Chile. He is lhe son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Buller of Pueblo. The couple 'plans an early Augusl wedding. Zuliema Club installs officers Mrs. Clyde T. Alford was the presiding officer al lhe inslalla- lion of officers for the Zuliema Club, Daughters oflhe Nile, and the home of the r e l i r i n g president, Mrs. Theodore E. Heinz. Mrs. Ross Adamson was lhe assistanl luncheon hostess. Officers for (he ensuing year are Miss Mildred S. Hansen, presidenl; Mrs. Floyd G. Woods, vicepresidenl, and Mrs. Frank Slewart, secrelary- Ireasurer. Also presenl al the luncheon were a number of officers of. Denver's El Mejdel .Temple, Daughters of lhe Nile, including Mrs. Julius A. Buerger Jr., Mrs. Claire H. Cusick, Mrs. William J. Frye, Mrs. Jack D. Pallen and Mrs. G. Spencer Kesson. Mrs. Sidney S. Shields was also a guest. The next meeting of lhe club will be at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 1, at the home of Mrs. Clyde T. Alford. Keep fhem on the farm Giving baby rabbits, chicks and ducks for Easter is cruel and in many slates and cities illegal. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) urges parents not to give children living animals as toys. A baby rabbit, chick or duck is not likely to survive in the home atmosphere, AVM"A points out. A young child's enlhusiasm over lhe new pel oflen results in unknowing cruelly as legs are broken and wings crushed. If lhe animal dies or is injured, it is a traumatic experience for lhe child. If lhe animal survives, il generally ends up in an animal shelter. Because such a large number of rabbits; chicks and ducks are left at animal shelters during the post-Easter season, ills impossible to place them all and many have to be destroyed. Even if the animal should reach malurily, many local ordinances would prohibil a family from keeping it. Parents should remember lhat these are ouldoor animals. They cannol be housebroken and may cause serious housekeeping and health problems. Many are disease carriers. The National Center for Disease Conlrol in Atlanta and olher public health authorilics warn thai children and adults in close contact with Ihese animals may he exposed to salmonellosis, a severe gastro-intestinal infection. Salmonellosis is rarely fatal bill often requires medical treal- mcnt including hospilalization. In addilion to lhe family, olher pels in the household may become ill. Because of lhe problems surrounding "Easier pels," many c o m m u n i t i e s have passed laws prohibiting the sale of these animnls, including rabbits, duckling!) and olher fowl. Terrl Lea Osborne Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Mike) Osborne, 2446 26th Ave., an-, nounce the engagement of their daughter, Terri Lea, to Richard, Koark Jr., son of Mrs. Walter Karaczefski of Warren, Mich., and Richard Roark Sr., of Longmont. Miss Osborne, a 1972 graduate of West High School, was a pompon girl for Iwo years and a member of numerous clubs. Presently she is employed at Aetna Finance Co. Roark is a 1971 graduate of Centerline High School, Cen- lerline, Mich., allended Aims College for one year and is employed by Pursell Masonry in Longmont. No definite wedding dale has been set. TC Extension plans summer story hour Plans for a summer story hour, districl installation and communily days highlighted the April meeting of (he Town and Counlry Extension Club at the Eat'n Place in Eaton. At the meeting, Marlene Richler was elected president, joined by Henrietta Kaiser, vice president, Joyce Miller, secretary, and Bonnie Souther, Ireasurer. A birthday gift was received by Mrs. Souther. Following lhe business meeling, lhe group toured the Kodak kitchens and cafeleria. The group's nexl meeling will be a pleasure lour lo Denver, May 3. ST YOUR SIGHTS OM Great for being looked at. You'll be the girl the girl-watchers will be watching this season ... in the classic spectator, updated 70's style. 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