Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 26, 1977 · Page 50
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 50

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, May 26, 1977
Page 50
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Grover-Hereford news By MRS. CHRIS KOENIG May 23--Guests In the Harry Banner home Sunday were relatives who enjoyed the day branding and moving cattle to summer range. Included were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauer and family of Greeley, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Newland and children of U Salle, Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Cogburn of Gilcrest, Mr. and Mrs. William Beaumont of Yuma, and Seacil Benner. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Koenig were Fort Collins visitors May 20 where they called on his sis- .ter, Mrs. Helen Evans, who is in the Poudre Valley hospital. Mrs. Evans has suffered a series of light strokes, but is improving. Plans are being completed for daily Vacation Bible School to be held the last week In May · at Grover Community Church. Teachers and craft leaders have been engaged, but .other helpers will be needed. Graduation program will be June 4. All children are invited to take part. .The annual meeting of the GHC ambulance service was well attended at the school May 19. It was voted to enlarge the board by two new members, taking in two trained as EMTs. These elected were John Walden and Gary Smith. Clayton Elder was elected as Hereford representative, replacing Mrs. Chris Koenig, who served the post the past eight years. Richard Klmmel Is Grover board member and Howard Peery is Carpenter representative. The new modular ambulance was on display, and the EMT personnel took the opportunity for familiarizing themselves with the radio and other new equipment. The ambulance has. made six runs to hospitals so far this year, and made a total of Hlastyear. Mr. and Mrs! John Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton .Marick were among friends and relatives attending the 100th birthday of Henry kail- sen In Greeley last week. All of Mr. Kallsen'i sons were present, as well as many grandchildren. He lives at Fairacres Manol. Six-week-old Lee Ellen Rush was the honored guest at a shower Sunday afternoon In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Johnston. Mrs. Norma Ungelbach wis assistant hostess. The affair was attended by about 25 guests, including maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herein of Denver. Other out-of- town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Buckendorf of Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillette, of Fort Collins. Willing Workers club met May 10 in the home of Mrs. Cedrlc Hallock for an all-day quilting session. Mrs. Dick Smock was hostess, but because of lack of room in her mobile home, the group met with Mrs. Hallock. Guests were Mrs. Anna Wonenberg and Mrs. Rosalie Bauer of Greeley. Guests Sunday in the Leo Idler home were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Idler of Cheyenne and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chandler and children of Carpenter, Wyo. Mrs. Vernon Zink entertained the Friendship Club in her home May 12 with nine members in attendance. Roll call was "My big project for 1977." Club president Barbara Hauer led discussion on past club projects worth remembering. Mrs. Clayton Elder was . a guest. Mrs. Chris Koenig drew the'hostess gift. Mrs. Grace Bailey will entertain the group '· June 9 for the annual birthday party. · 1 New county house numbers have been distributed. in the area the past few weeks. These are in the Interest of speeding rescue in the 'interest of speeding rescue in case of law enforcement problems. They will be put in use as mailing addresses later. The Rev. Gertrude Horn and Carol Opdycke drove to Colorado Springs Sunday where they were guests of former missionary to India, Augusta Swanson. Miss Swanson has many acquaintances in this area, since the local Sunday Schools have supported her efforts in 30 years of service In India. She Is now retired and in good health, although past 80 years. The senior class Is expected to return May 20 after the end- of-school trip through the Black Hills. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones. Commencement was scheduled May 22 for the class, after baccalaureate the same afternoon. This week is the end of a very successful term, with final tests being given for some classes Monday and Tuesday. Next event for the young folks Is getting ready for the annual FFA livestock show here May 27 and 28. Mrs: Leslie Lambert has been In Haxtun several days, called by the illness of her sister, Blanch Groves. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blake-are back at home after her hospltalizatlon In Hugo. She was injured in a car accident near there April 9. Her friends are happy to hear she is greatly improved. , . " Mrs. Frank Burnett entertained the West Pawnee Club 'May 19, with nine members and a guest, Mrs. Emma Werner, present. The afternoon was spent socially, with plans made for a trip to Centennial Village the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Waite attended commencement exercises at Laramie County- Community . College in Cheyenne May 12 when their daughter, Carol, recleved her degree as an x-ray technician.' She was among the class of 1975 at Pawnee High. CSC club was entertained May 12 in the home of Beth Wagner, with seven members and three guests. All present wore an article of clothing or jewelry which they told of, and the time of reminiscing was much enjoyed. Some articles were as much as a century old. Guests were Althea Foster, the Rev. Gertrude Horn and Mable Palmer. Lydia Dunbar will be hostess June 9. "The'senior citizen chapter was very well attended May 13 for the supper meeting at Hereford Lanes. A Kitchen Band from the Pine Bluffs chapter entertained after the meal with an hour of good toe- tapping . music. Led _by accordion, the other 10 members got music from kitchen items. Date changes were noted, with the Hereford meetings set for Thursday nights instead of Friday. The Junior class presented "Hillbilly Wedding" at the school Friday night to a very appreciative audience. It was directed by Miss Leslie Jacobson. Questions Answers r ITllirJ., May 26,1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 51 Q. 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