Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 6, 1955 · Page 3
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Toyland 'Learn by P ·me is'list y*ir, with many f«- ·orite loft:redesigned tvflve'«· r« play vahttj,'.:·-' ·'..«.. ·.·-.-' .-···', .Among,' oilrtr :; ciricr-buildlng oysi»rs: : » hew moclel tuto wrecking, kit, .'» n · electronit switchboard, a -loud · ipeaker' truck · with search- Ighl, ;«',r»dipbLk, :· 1i»ctor with' wo-jjwed. .'i«4 r ;-shift,^i-Jir*ii««t tits,, .ziiodel: bo**l ! -and ; «uperniir- :et, ias'tnd. loader «nd: sporti car,' ocomotiye and i ocean* liner-hobby ' ': Fashion designvr .";...This rhtn*iton«-i«ttiha ,'lut/« "prtstig* loy,"tr*lni girls to appfy jtwtl trimming, ..; ' .. Now! A Business Case Guaranteed for 5 Years! - · · ' - "7UflM HIEf'IAO . ' . Uned tn Lexid*. Brus »C«n«io« 1 locIt. Planted moW*rl nylon*"Uf«r . Site*: 16 i 13 i 8" *ipsruJ5D; 18 f 14 x B* cxpimiox., ." Tb« moM durabla buimeis C*M En lh« world!.Thit'* TUFIOt! You ctn it*p offit, Ala en it, icratch it, drop a tighUJ ciflarctt*'on. H-yet your TUFrDK. buii n ci i cat* won't ihow on* itn |,1k 11 pi of atxJM.'lt'i 10 faugh-h't juarintttd for 5 f u J l ycaci! Smartly ttyTtd, b*»u- l i f u l l y . f i t t e d a n d i t u t d i l y midt, T U F I D E buimtsi cn*i look liV* leather... feel like N a i h t r . . . y«t 40* tu»l f y out^*ir Feather 5 to II Set our compCatt ttlicLion of poftfcliot, rln^ bintf«ri, and brief b«[i in euirint«*d 820 Tenth St. Advertised'lines of household ap iliances 'and industrial equipmenl jet a' featured spot in ^Toyland "'rentier life is a favorite for-, dra .rialic'.play with reallstic'details 6 .heAVild West covering everything from carbine to cnuck'wagon cook ing kits?'. . , . .'. t k Good, news for parents, is « facl that price tags" arc fitibut the Numb«r pliiit . . ,'Ntw tn the 1955 top pick u ttm ·Itctrenie*- : twjtchboard with air nid'siren gidgtK ' . " " ' " .' '., . . · · : , ;. By DOROTHY ROE Anociited Pren Women* Editor ' Santa Clans believes this . year that toys should teach boys and girls Hie skills they' wUl use* in later life. . . ' , ' The record '.billion .dollar toy pack now ready for America's 46 million'chiWren presents in-miniature' nearly e v e r y - p h r a s e - o f - the country's peacetime living; from electronic.airline"pilot training and sports .car. operation to', chef, tivitics and real -estate , development. This educational trend · in "the new-toys gives.children more play value than ever before, says Jlel- vin." Freud, president' o f . Toy Guidance ' Council, which specializes in making'it easy~forTtoy shoppers to pick the t o y s - t h a t fi' ' the/development 'needs of ^thei children. · -J.'^. Jifst "as in the grown-up world, there's, a great enthusiasnv-for .amateur chef activities, thVjiinior division being supplied with* barbe cue .appliances an'd minialure,"cans of soup, ; spaghetti, -p^irk 'and beans and a variety,, of packageii 1 foods that make--."the : .tpy'.'departrriea look-like a*, supermarket..- " ; WASHINGTON, D.'.t. r(PAU^- An ' exchangc', of'" writers-'between Argentina ^'aii'd". th'e -'United" Stiites ·n .effeclive 0 means 'of · prbin'ot 1 ing, cultural . relations' , in'-'-^ihe Americas- is : proposed/by' : Beatri^ Guido, young Argentine novelist now., visiting 'this". 1 .country"/as guest'of th'e Unite'd.States Government.-- -* ' . ' -j-.'i ,' '":",: ''-j -"" * During . her ·; stay -'here,- Miss Guido will m a k e - a tourof universities ·; in. Washington,; Philadelphia, Chicago and Ixs Angeles, where she will" lecture ^on. contemporary-Argentine »uthors. -. "Argentina is currently.- experiencing a .great -revival-of ita native literaturc";iMiss : Guidp said during her visit:at;the Pan.Amer- ican."Union^'"That : is- why : I hc- lieye- that 'cultural.' interchange be- tvy'een the,people" q(-the-Americas can best,be served^by an-exchange o f " a u t h o r s . t o _ a£ford-them. a.con- tinental concept in'their^writings." Veterinarian To Speak FORT- "COLLlNS/tfl^iir .Floyd Cro5s, '" dean ofv^the. .' veterinary medicine .sthool it Colorado AM College, will 'go ,to-Chicago. Dec. 15-16. to attend ji. meeting-, of the board of .goyertiors .of the American Velirlnary ( Medicine AsiTn. IIo is president. '- ' 7 ' : Dr. Cross is scheduled to address the annual. conference ,ifpr veterinarians i^t"the?.University"of Penn- sy!vania;Jan3 3-4'. He .will .presenl an-.analysis.vof jrhjnotracheilis .of calUe.as.observed in ColorEido: : On the' same· tripv.he" will speak, at Cornell University on the diseases o f ; sheep.- / - : * " ' · . · · * " " Colorado A M . rado.' 1 Legislature's ^j»inl:'.subcom- mittee .on appropriations Monday held/the first,of a;'serlesoi hearings*, inquiring ' ih(6 the needs of colleges.arid universities during the fiscal _'year beginning rfcxt'July'l". /Presented to tlib lawmakers'hei'e were problerris of meeting instruc' tipn'rieed's of'more'than' 5,000 'students expected to attend Colorado AM;College next year and at the same'.time -increasing the, size..61 the ^facility to a ; better. teacher- student, ratio and. raising faculty salaries.- ' ··,'.'·'.' . - . . - . '·''··'· :' William E. Mor'gpn, president'of AM, outlined the'-school's'needs for residentiahinstruction: ^. : 1 ' ;. Budget requests for'-the "college, the AO1I Experiment Statioh^anc Extension '·· Service,-, plus.. cerfain small special funds,' totaled more than ?2,800,000. · , - . . . . · . i The legislative committee · is composed of Reps. Palmer Burcl: (R-Denver), . ch'Uinan;- -W-.--J. B'rdwn. (R-Ealonj, -W. .K. Burchfield '(p : Walsh), and.Seni'.Howard A;.'Shuts'.(K-Grand Junction).' Attending Ihe.nea'ring \x'ere .War ren Moiiford, Greelcy, president o: the State Board of .·Agriculture, governing/body of the college; Ra mon ''Milier, Stra.sbur'g, ! a'. board member; and representatives the Colorado Farm Bureau, Colo rado Cattlemen's '·· Assn., Colorado Cattle-Feeders Ass».,'Slate Agri culture - Planning .Cpnnniltec am Colorado.Wool Growers Assr^ 1 Burch announced t h a f l h e . c o m mittee will--hold' similar budge .Quick Relief that Lasts! /-PILE PAIN Tfeorntoa-Mioor .Oinbncnt h ~« eomplett fonmila witli iqieci*! ». IT«dienta to relieve itdiiiiff, bin-nine, P«m *ad reduo* swelling. ' GoM : fo'wock'inatantIy; laata Ice hottm.--; Proved .clinic ·formula-- mntment or Kippon tones, * $1.00. Insiat on TTiomtoo-Mmoc Pi* 1 dn« ototm. Greeley ·^ £ry Goods ; Store Hours Monday- Saturday · ' ' . . ':-9:30.;tq''.8:3b. ' . ; Week Days ' : 9.:30 to 5:30, i? . : - ; 6peB:'tilf8:30-19 tiec. thrii'23 Dec';" " .|:. ' . : , r brings you wired bra eyou ^LL-DAY tOMFORt! ,JU ijdi nmi i*. MCS o , WITCHERY flat, fUxlbl Exquuite Form givet you X*appeal! ko H «B*- . u p - i s inivually Ribbon-wired.v, ilh'fio.coiinecling cenlc'r wire lo poke you. ; 1 Com* in . . . t r y it « r t . . . t h d see how Exquisite Form'* HI LOW WITCHERY gcnily . . · - lifli you inlo rounded beauty "curves, no m a t t e r ^'hal your size. . · - . ; *' . ' . A; B, C.anr/ O cyp« in bandeau, and long line styles. ; .U. Political Science rpfessor Will Speak ; " ' BOULDER ~-iZ.- Heriry.^WiVEhir- annj professor'o£politic'al 'science .the University at .Colorado,- .will ddress a- meeting in Augsburg', ermariy on 'Feb. 25 ind 2«,,1956. hich ' has been ·'. called to ·· bring gether 'hiindrcds ,o£ German' citi-. c'ns who.'during'lho last^wa'r^ha'd een hcW 'as · prisoners-df-war . in lie" United States. : · .·;·;.- ··'.·:...,; Ehrmarin-:was one- of.. .several rri?f ica n educators. who · organized program' for the reofientation of ic German PWs I'ncler the aus- ices of the U. S. War department. uring 1W5-46 he taught in scy- ral'schools set up to prepare paril ularly qualified' PW'.;'for 'the'. task wailing them after their return to teir destroyed -homeland,' · Since that. -.time' many ' of these jerman'. -citizens ,-have obtained ?ositions' ; of responsibility iri gov- r.nment,' administration, 'journal- imV business, trade uiiions and the rpfessions. ' Before leaving- this ou'nlry. trie PWs made plans to eet.ten years later among thcm- eiv'cs .'.and'*.with their "former in- Lfuctors. ' ' · ; Iri order .to address, this "re- nion'^Ehrmann ivill travel to .Ger- lany 1 on -the- invitation. of the Gcrr lan ; government and ..^deliver a peech-;on -th'e; international sHua- ion' and 'American-German" rela- ions.- 1 - .-'. ..- '-. x ; , : ·. ^' ' Erin ami, '.'.who will be 'a visiting rofessbraHhe Universily'ol Cali-. fomla during the"spring,semester, wl|| fly la, Germany-via. thc ; newly established polaV r route "and''re turn mmediatelyi after.7the..rnecluig to resume hi5.elasses 1 in'"-Berke]ey. He will return to Europe i few months atcr4q conduct a political science :WT ''organized for students. r at the University, .of'^Colorado'iihtier the auspices of the isUC,:student gtfv trningbody,*..,;;.--";-;';,;. -. · of ;{iaHle- Consign,"; l'-- Kour-H Club and Future Farmers 'Of .America members have consigned moro t h a n 200 head of · cattle' to*, the 10th junior Christmas Beef -Show and 'Sale here Wednesday.' . '-; A -f · The activities^be'gln-in the niorn- ing ,with grading,-' a n d ' judging* at the National: ^yestern^Stdclc Show grounds. :The '-cjat'tle · will\bc ) sold hi. an auction at the Union Slock Yard.s beginning- at 1 p.m.' The show, is held annually early in December to ajloW'4-H and FFA members to', consign : their 'anim als for the Christmas trade.' USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS hearings'at:Co!orado State College' of ' Education,' · Grcclcy,' Tuesday, Colorado (.University at Boulder Vednesday. a_nd Colorado' School of (lines' at ^Golden Thursday.- Will Buy;Ypaf. Ear Com with any rtioisture contend · - °' r "" - \ ;Custom- Shell and Dry LUTHER Elit 18th SI. Ph. 45«W Retired Bishop DieS V : ' ; . BOSTON -: Ilie 'Rli'hBHev.'John I: B. Lamed,.i», :reUr«d.bUh'op'pf the · . and former' s'uifrajan'biahop of UN 3 ,L6n'g Island ,!N^Y:,^EplicoiiiIBii-;;! cei«,;died; S»turt»y;/--1 · v. i-i !-. ::\ :: n,^p.Ai ; :v::!rv,||i£,| | j|||| ft j|| : i- ; : V:i-;s.^!^iS5$l|^^^l'. · k_'*T«i««wl 'P^itaipi im^irii]'·MaTiriii'al l»TJ4a ·lat ha'' · · ' = ii ' ' ·'' - ·· measured to a.fraetion-.ef - . . 'prescription-to M; you h»Te!tiae, "assurance tJni (I ,rf - '/,-.:';; these' princfplet '.wui be cc-BMaeritioBsly- etiiu pul -To« .-.-··;'·'· / . :j- ,929 16th' Street' " ' ·' j'^V'H'iv'' ^^W ^53. V g ' - ' ' ' · ' ' - · ' Greeley . £ry Goods PARAQON PRIME . With'-regular collar nnd' barrel cuffl. In. white." Sjzea 141 to 17. · PARAGON KEITH F ' . . . ' (with Wb) collar and French cutfH. · I n white. Sizes H to 17. 'PARAGON ' - - · · · · * : · ' .'Wida spread collar (with tjib) and French cuff«. Sizes 11 to 17. Wlilte... '. i, ·PARAGON PRIME . WHh regular, collar atid barrel.cuffs, In"is-' - sorted-apltd toneit, clip', figures and stripe rattorna; Sizea H (a 17. . . Take your choice of soft colors or while in this fine Glirlstmas'; collect [oh; be famous, f i n e quality broad col ths.'Tru Val has tailored -.the non-wilt coHnr-ivIth^'noTcr-cnft" points^. And . . . you'll havo no "ahrink". problems. with these shirts hecnuse .they're i Sanfor- ized! ' · , " . " - ' ' - ' · He . tha' re's Vhat h»'hopes- to -fin'd- u n d e r ' · · ' ' i'tre'e'l .'.'and he's prbha'bly:drbpped' : :· ,ny hints already. Regal.tlea'»re his- : i rsprial tarorltes . : . ;·'.,-.'-.In.'the;'niw . . - : ors, fabr!c«'and-,patterriB:.h«.illk«a - · well.' Here's= A'.cornplete^-s^lection . for.yo'ur.choice.and his pl«s"au'r», - - ' _ · OTHERS. raiC.E.D FROM^J - .. 'Men's' Famous * 50 to 2 50 Soff^Vsupple' and luxurious are ' these leather ' belts tjy. Tex-Ta.ru' 'A ' comp^ta v aelec- tfon of-.colors, . w i d t h s and styles. Sizes', from 23 to ·(. 'Lay-A-Way Plan .on rany.'\6fi-'.your- ·· · · ·Christmas 'Purchases: 'ivl-i.' Christmas f firehoses. : JeWelry A-Comp|ele New Christmas x Collecfiornl Fcdml Excln T«x- -fm Come Iri, se.e our .single pieces and dress sets by Swank . ,-. so Very^handsome In their Individual",little jiU-boies.-Before he/slepsio'ut . . , he'll want'-:{o.(op off h|"ult or casual clothesiVjfh Svank'Jeivclr/ . ... they're 'rjgh,t'.Ior..anj£4c'c£ s!on, anywhere. The weli-stpcked wardrobe 'should Include several'set/.;'"~\ " . .Cliff Links 1.50 to 3.50 Ti* Bars 1.50 to 2.50 2.50 to B.OO plu'» T»x : Plus Tax. * Five Lovely Decorator Colors Red, Sreei, Pink, Blue or tan * Foam Ribber Seats * Fill Ball Bearing-Swivel . * Solid Oak Fran*' . ~ FURNITURE COMPAMY 1706 9th St. Phone 4048 Quality' Home Furnishings' · ,,,;,!..,-..,',i.,;..,,. Liv^.j.^.i' tv .,-a.j^'^( 'V- ·f ·'-'. -V .--..·' '''·?:·'- ' ·'·'--. ' · - -'' ""

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