Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 12, 1957 · Page 5
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 5

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
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Kochman's Auto Daredevils To Perform Here Mill Pat Jonei. the Kansn- Nebraska wom-.« tUxk c«r r;c bit champion, will be one of the feature attractions in Jack Kochman's Auto Daredevil show at I p.m. June 11 at Island Grove Park. Kochman'a daredevils will appear in Greelejr under the sponsorship of the Greelcy Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mist Jones, a strawberry blonde, finished second in this year's Mo- bilgas Economy run, the first year the famed driving test has been opened to women. She U one of the top drivers In the U-mtmber show. Twenty-eight events will be staged in the two- hour program. Kochman's daredevils are m«- Ing their first swing west of the Mississippi river. Father of 3 Relates How His Parenis Died, His Wife Hurt, in Crash. ROCKY FORD Colo. JH - Joe Lucero, 23, of Rocky Ford told how hit wife wis injured seriously and his parents killed In the grinding crash of a freight train and a truck Twsday. Altogether 12 died. Lucero escaped with minor injuries. "We were going out to thin beeU," he said. "We work 10 hours a day for 7S cents an hour and work hisn't been too good so far this season. "I wai lilting oa the left side of the truck with my hack to the train, second from U» rear. My wife was sitting neit to me. "Mr. Licano (the driver who was killed) pulled up to the crossing and stopped, then -started' to go again. We couldn't see the tracks in either direAioh from the cross' ing because of some freight cars that were parked on the siding track on both sides. "When it hit us, I didn't see any kiod of expression on anybody's face to show they might have seen the train. I woke up in a borro. 1 pit and started looking for my wife and my mother and dad. "I found my dad first H« wis dead. He was lying face up across the tracks at the crossing. Then I found my mother. She was dead, too. "Then I found my wife. She was beside the tracks. She was still conscious, but she didn't lay anything. I picked h«r up and IsW her on my lap. Then I peeled ofl sr shirt and tried to stop the b!~«d with it She had a big wound in her head." Thi Lnceros hare three small boys. You CANT took NEAT If your HEELS look BEAT Superior Shoo Sim* Hemtef Invlilblt »tttt 110 Ith Avt. Ortilty NEW HEELS In 3 MINUTES High Fashion in Big Splash cipi alike art ii (artfully as evening gowns, and the who wants to be la thi iwira must) keep up to the minute. From Hawaii comei a group of sensational Polynesian bathing suits, combining the beauty of native deiign with the know-how of American manufacture. There are colorful batik-type prints in sarong stylet which flitter 'the feminine figure because of built-in bra con- strtetiou ii«! elastic at the right places. Beach to ballroom U another fantasy of summer, shown in a group of strictly fabulous iwim suits in lare and lama, with floor- knpth which rSIKcrsey . evening skirts to match, may be put on over the suit for a formal ensemble. Things have been happening to KERSEY-Mrs. E. W. Erlckson was hostess to the Kersey Community Home and Garden club it her home in the country Friday for the June meeting. Seventeen members were present for the covered dish luncheon at noon. Mrs. Alvin Duiln, vice prriident, was In charge of the afternoon meeting which she opened by leal- ' k. T ·«!'« ... M.H 3 Mrs. Donald Miry read an article on Beit Quotations of gardens and flowers. Boll call was answered by Memories of My Wedding. Carl Lester gave the garden number en African violeti and read an article on making a solution for fertilizing house bathing caps, too. Newest and| publi!hfd ^ , plmp hl e i smartest of the summer crop are Colorjdo sule u n i v mit y . caps of water-repellent velvet, de- - signed by a top milliner to flatter plants, from modern mermaids while keeping their hair dry- The notes secretary read lhar.k you from Mrs. Aninn Mekeel, Mrs. C. E Homans, Mrs. Wakeman and Mrs. Myron Hastings. It looks like a brilliant season f o r ! j(rf. Maynard Salser had charge our fashionable beaches, and of the social hour and furnished icsch beauties have never looked prires for the games, ovelier. Mrs. Herman Dusin will be rcxt- BEACH TO BALLROOM . . . Thisi two glimerous mirmtids go from tht bwch to thi danet in style, mtrtly by adding toning skirts to thtir iwim suits. Lift is a tuit ef silver limi with matching ankl«-l«nslh skirt; right, suit ef whitt late listix over nudt nylon, with fc«my skirt cf Isyers cf shirred whit« nylon. Disigntd by Fred Colt ef Cilifornii. VELVET IN THE SWIM New as tomorrow art thtst wittr vtlvtt bathing caps dt- slgn*d by Adorft. Abort, palt blut cip, gr*tn strtamtrs. Bt- l«w, whitt wHh r*d and blut trim. PIONEER Cleaners · « Distinctive Dry Cleaning Service JJOl 7th Art. 2W Grwri Stamps Ph. 4103 HAWAIIAN SARONG This striking sarong swim suit Is dt- signed and midt in Hawaii for an Amtricin minufacturtr. Polynt- slan print with Inntr bra and snug tlastic instrts. By DOROTHY ROE Associated Prtss Wcmtn't Editei Bathing beauties of 1837 will be wearing some of the most specta cular fashions in history this sum mer, as famous-name designer turn their attention to costumei for sun and surf. This year it won't do Ju«t to ·lip into an eld, tired task suit to vmir f w i m , for bathing suits an: eis July U. Members are asked la note thi change in the date becausi of the regular meeting coming the week of the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Waynt Cook and small daughter, Marie, of Phoenii. Aril., were guests at the'E. J. and Bill Trtiva homes this week. Mrs. Cook will be remembered as Doris Tetiva daughter of Ben Tetiva, formerly of Kersey. Edward J. Meikel Jr. and Johnny and Polly of Superior, Neb., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Meikel Sr this week. Meikel was on business for the Ideal Cement company at Fort Collins and the children visited their grandparents. Mary Eva and Mlcley McDonald of Denver spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tom McDonald. Teresa and Margie Nishi of Kern- merer, Wyo., are visiting at the (home of their uncle, Henry Nishi. H. R. Murphy returned home from the VA hospital in Denver Friday. He had been there for his regular 90-day checkup. Mrs. Frank Stirlen went to San Gabriel, Calif., Saturday to \isit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. II. Davis. Mrs. E m m a B. Champie of Ar Wednesday. June 12. 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pace 5 REMINGTON Rollectric With Miracle "Roller Combs" ^, w .. for More COMFORT, '-~~ l \ CLOSENESS and SPEEDI Regular $31.50 VALUE WITH TRADE-IN A ikovtf thai I liift ra plrvtt «itri fccadi Art l*flt ·*·' fh* ten M rtlltrt. Htw fflKtr co*bt pvl wfcilttn i* p«titie* l»r tloiv Ht»dit»« tawfty ivttft |if1 Ml*. Hl'l Ivrl 19 b« pltai«4 with thi i. No Down Payment Only 1.00 a Week OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS Praise for Singing NASHVILLE, Tenn. Ul - Methodist churches are lo;ing "The fin; art of congregational ting- ing," sai Dr. James R. Houghton, lington, Va., former Kerjey postmaster, is a guest at the Gene Neil home this urek. She visited her many old friends hire. profrsor of music at Boston unlver sity. J Speaking at a meeting here to plan for observance next year of the 250th anniversary of the birth of Charles Wesley, Dr. Ilou;htonJ said: "A church that sings ls on fire spiritually. A cburch that doesn't sing U dead or dying." i I USE THE TRIBUNE WANT AD! CROVER RODEO Grovcr, Colo. Saturday £r Sunday "LOOK YOUR With our complete Western- wear you can't help but look your "Western Best." We carry the "brands" you like . . . at prices that please your pocket book. The "Best Brands in the West" · 942 Ninth Ave, TOO Here's a suggested epitaph for the tombstone of a man foolish enough to buy a farm without an adequate title examination. "Here lies the body Of Old Miter McCrec -Too xlingy to pay A tmall title tec. But the title jrn* bad On »omc land in a trade And.hc irorried to death O'er the bad deal he made" Never invest in real estate without first having the tjtle investigated and if the property is located in Weld County, let The Weld County Abstract and Investment Company with offices at 822 Ninth Street in Greeley, handle such title matters for you. Who wants such an epitaph on a tombstone? THE WELD COUNTY ABSTRACT AND INVESTMENT COMPANY 822 Ninth Street Phone 136 well be calling on you soon for a free adjustment of your gas appliances and heating equipment Sometime in Juno our trained servicemen will bepn vifiting all customers in otir service are.i. The purpose of their call is to inspect each pas-using unit and to make any necessary adjustments for proper functioning. This is n frrr vn-irr to provide you maximum satisfaction and performance from your gas equipment. You will bo contacted by a Company representative shortly before our perviceman calls on you and told when you ran expect inspection in your neighborhood. Because of the larpc number of customers in our area, the inspection will continue into the summer until completed. If you have a gas refrigerator, call us right away, will you? We'd like to inspect these first to assure the best possible operation during the coming summer months. Telephone 1000, please. G R E E L E Y 7 COMPANY Why we're making adJudtmnnU now: Wr'r* timing it to the im'val of * new ruturtl t«s supply. Lit* in Jun*. Grrciry mill r»fin reviving nutural SMS via piptliw from Rock P|irin(T«. Wyoming. Thi* additional gs» wnuto bwU the rrsrr\r to n nrw Irvrl of Aburxhn«- for the present and fulurr n«l« of tl.e, frowinf Giwlty Area. The ntw pipeline rttfn.lin; fist from Rock Spring. Wyotnmir, provides Wrld County w i t h .1 of three m.ijor pipeline f i i r p l y ,,for Greeley Are* customer!..

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