Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 26, 1961 · Page 11
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Boles Returns To Hollywood For A Visit .at \Yindsor Is to fill a box wltli|senl. her pi;nio pupils In a }[al-|Kalhic Hcnmwrle. Laurel Bieder- Pel* Kimlsf.ilner and liisccl (billing In lie sent overseas.liowccn Itccilal Sunday aitcnv.on.iimii. l.imla llcllii)i;er. Until and fie children are cunlnbutingjal the Cumnumily room at 2 p. in ;Janc Caslen. Also Rulli I.indblad, Mrs. Henry Wulkcr. Mrs. Scheldt is survived by her husOiaiul. medical supplies such as band- aids, game, and tape. The first mcclim; of llic .luniur-Sentor youii" pcvjiiG was he-Id Sunday niglifal llic Pastor's home. ThojCarl l.iiHlblnd, Jolin (iibson. Acl group plans to bccumu fully yr-'rienne and Cindy Yank, Jackiv Those hiking pail arc: IIc-nrictli{piipil of umnic I.indWad will play Gcbbliiirdl, l.inila Klirliek. Chris- 'flic children will piny for llic tine and Tom Kadlub, Ward Kin uy, l.ce, Gary, Connie, Sam and Mr. anrl,(ii'cfle 11 A'." fnv a family reunion hcl^Thurs., Oct. 20, 1%1 KKEKLEY JTRIDUNK Page 11 guests ol HIP ttonclt llutno on Satiintay, Oct. 20 al 2:30 p. m. Windsor rclulives who iiltemleil "' , ..,----the fmu.nl of Mrs. Jranella c: 0 l.|M°rl«'"'y "I »'·"*· M.oc'.pTmu; doctors also survived by four The tuner a! was held in llu '(o $l.'i"iQ ii year. The doctors nmylyc.ir's budget covers 33 D«« l.rcp.'iy it by praclicins in a rural scholarships and CI1 renewals I e-nminunily of 5.000 or less tor · ATI A NT A (Al'l -- Cicory] i is' one- your for each $1.000 received World's tarliest *nown m«n, '"''''··"'·iinvcsiing $150.159 this year in a umlc'i llic plan. 600,000-year-old Xinjpnlliropuj MouruL.i cc ] c -. s produel "country! The program was slarlcd eight Ixiisci..was discovered by British (or small luwns anil years ago ami currently doctors aiittiropolrjgisl L. S. f!. I-eakey In Billy Selicideinan, cousin of \Valk-'Gp s f or Georgia ei and Mrs. Kimlstalhcr. She is| By BOB THOMAS ! AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - John Boles, who can smile when lie is called "lh= Elvis Presley of the stone age." was back in Hollywood this week (or a senlimenlal visit. The lag was bung on him recently by a Houston newspaper man. Boles lakes il in good humor. In fact, he smiles all the way to his oil wells. Hollywood hasn't seen much o! John Bnlcs in recent years. He is remembered as a robust, devilishly Jiandsome leading man who could lead desert wars with bis baritone ("The Desert Soni), act fatherly io Shirley Temple ("Curly Top," "The Littlest llcb- el") or husbandly to a host of anguished actresses (Rosalindl Russell in "Craig's Wife." Bar-! bara Stanwyck in "Stella Dallas," etc.. etc.) He returned here Ir help celebrate another of his old tearjerkers, "Back Street." Boles was the apex of llic triangle thsl included Irene. Dunne and Doris Lloyd in-the 1931 version. Charles Boycr, Margaret Sullavan end Nella Walker played (he same game in the IStl remake. Now Boss Hunter, the noted ex- burner ot tricd-and-truc movie plols, has devised a 1561 version with John Gavin, Susan Hay ward and Vera Miles. Boles was invited lo help tx'ol tbc drums and to attend tonight's premiere. "The picture business has changed," said Hie former actor, now silver-haired but still strikingly handsome. "Everyone seems to be frantic these days. All the fun appears (o have "one out of making movies. !n the old days, we used to enjoy ourselves." Boles has carved himself a new career in the oil business and operates from San Angelo, Tex. He keeps a Beverly Hills apartment, but spends most rf liis time amid the oil fields of Texas and J-ouisiana. "Yes, I saved my money," he remarked. "At least Ibcy won't have lo be giving any benefits . for me. When my career starlet to slow down, I didn't want to sit around. So when the opportunity came to. get into the oil business, 1 jumped al it." Gloria Swanson brought Boles lo films in 1027 for (ho silent "Loves of Sunya." His booming voice made bim ideal for a leading man when sound came in. qDiiInd fur Hie lalfactivity: !sU, K a,t, Su^nne .in.) Pmnola|«lic Kriichlcmnn. held in Ucnw'ua, Ihc oldcM of Ihc rolallvcs »*=| r ""' 1 ."""?· 1ar , lliB , .,,. ., moim(s TM b £" Mvs. Kiek.rd Caslcn will prc-^clle. Sandra Uruj-, Voiula aml'iSal.irday. inchule.l Mi-, ami MrsJiuvembled at Island (.iduvo ill K.ich iilwloislup-U,...! ..mounlMiLn.g m IK past loans by pr.ic- olduvai (Jorge, a parlof IhcCircat Windsor . . . By MRS. IOLA BRANCH WINDSOR -- Postmaster Harry Caslen has been attending the National Postmaster's Convention which convened in Denver Sun day. Mrs. CafSert. a member o the Windsor school faculty, joined liim Tuesday evening, for a par of the sessions. Lauren Hergorl, a graduate n Windsor High School, class ct 1901 has enrolled in the Parks Schoo ot Business in Denver for a cours in Automation accounting. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hergert took their son to Denver last week for registration, and he returned to Dertver Sunday and started his course on Monday. This brings the number of Windsor High School students who are attending colleges or uni versities lo 63. The Y-Teens of Windsor High School will stage a fashion show to he held Nov. 1 at 7:30 p. rn. in the Windsor High School auditor him. Mrs. Virginia Caslen is YT sponsor. Dick Caslen tf the local Lions Club, attended the funeral of Judge George H. Bradfield Greeley Monday, .ludge Bradficld | was a Past District Governor ol Lions Club ami an International Counsellor. 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