Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 16, 1970 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, May 16, 1970
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King and Queen Will Be Crowned at West Prom Karen Nonatnaker Kathy Fowler Cindy Forsythe Convention Bazaar Set By Vets' Daughters Members of Barbara Frietchie Tent, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, are fanning to contribute to the janaar which will be a feature of the 1970 stale convention, and lave been asked to bring their contributions to the next Tenl meeling. Announcement of plans was made al a regular meeting in .he Salvation Army Citadel. For .he good of the order, Mrs. II. C. Courtney gave a brief history of the DUV and ils work, and Mrs. Albert Riggs was installed as listorian by Mrs. Blanche Heckart. A special meeting lias been called for May 21, at 7:30 p.m. at the Citadel for the purpose of initiation, and all members are urged to be present. Memorial Sunday will be observed on May 24, with members at- .ending the First Baptist Church, .he Daughters also will participate in Memorial Day services at Linn Grove Cemetery. The tent has been invited to he annual Guest Day of the Grover Ladies Aid on May 21, at 2 p.m. The theme for the afternoon is "Hawaii" and ladies are invited to wear cheery, colorful attire. There will also be a display of copper craft. Mrs. Riggs and Mrs. Ruth Munz were the refreshment hostesses and Mrs. Oscar Peterson won the prize. The next meeting will be June 4. Randy Parrii Doug Max Kim McKinley SIX HOPEFULS - Two of the six senior students pictured above and below will reign as king and queen of the Greeley West High School Junior-Senior Prom Saturday evening in Ihe University of Northern Colorado Ballroom. Queen Candidates above, from the left, are Karen Nonamaker, Kathy Fowler and Cindy Forsythe. From the left, the king candidates below are Randy Parris, Doug Max and Kim McKinley. The king and queen will be crowned Saturday during the prom. Musie will be provided by Deep Rock. La Salic Girl Wins Youth Contest; Will Observe UN, Tour New York M i s s Cheryl Weslover, and Rebekah lodges through the Greeley Junior Philharmonic Sets Concert Greeley Junior Philharmonic Orchestra present its an Officers and Delegates Elected Bv 8 et 40 at Keenesburg Dinner 8 et 40 To Observe National Chapeau Day Mrs. nual spring concert at the Elks Lodge Monday at 7:30 p.m. under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Evans. The orchestra, composed of a group of young people from the age of 11 through high school, offers a rare opportunity young people to get involved in| i s sponsored by the Odd Fellows Le Chapeau Nationale Virginia M. DcForce of West| a challenging and rewarding j Cache la Poudre Salon No.] Greeley, Sarah Thomas, theiSpringfield. Va., and Salon 810!experience in music. , 618 S e t JO elected new officers 1 child welfare chairman, report-! Chapeau Edna Mellon, urge all! This years concert will in-j for 19?0-1971 and delegates lo «« TM^TM!» ftKITMT berS ° f ^ " Ct 4 ° '° '"H which ^will "eatorT soloists | the Marche in Pueblo on June/j/igy'g Favors and popsiclesl^' 3 '' 0 "''' '·' 1 ''l )u ' il1 ^ a - v nn ^'^i "Concerto for Viola and 14, when they assembled for a\vere provided for 80 respira-l 23 '" Denver, when the National]Slrings" by Handel-Barbriolli dinner and meeting al (lie Amer-: lory children, and clothing and!Jewish Hospital enlcrlains a l l j w i l l feature Marsha Holmes on ;,..,,, 1 ocrin,, Hnll at l^n,.n,iclll],-(I ' t n v « willl a ValllP nf .4111.02 W(!rf!nirlnnrc. ill :, Itirvhniin ill an- tllC Viola, 3nd NatallC SclllTlltZ and David Mickens will be Ihe laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Westover of La Salle, lias won he annual Odd Fellows United Vations Pilgrimage for Youth Contest, and will join other delegates from Colorado for a isit to New York and the United Nations. Miss Westover, who is sponsored by Longmonl Odd Fellows ..odge No. 29, will be among he 35 slate delegates who will itlend a supper in Denver, June with the Odd Fellow Lodges of Denver as hosts. The next m o r n i n g t h e group, a c companied by four adults, will eave for New York on a chartered bus. In New York, Miss Westover and 1,002 student observers 'rom throughout the United Slates and Canada will study he U.N. in action and witness vork done by committees and commissions which results in he accomplishments of such vorld agencies as Ihe World Health Organization (WHO), the Jnited Nations Educational, S c i e n t i f i c a n d Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and Ihe Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). A visit will made to the U.S.-Canada Mission to Ihe U.N., and brief- ngs by olher nations will be heard. Other points of interest will be a visit to the White House, viewing the changing of the guard at Arlington National Cemetery, visiting International House,.a boat ride around Manhattan, and an evening at Radio City Music Hall to see the Rockettes. Miss Westover is a junior at Valley High School, where she is active in creative writing class. Future Homemakers ol America, Drama Club and Per. Club. She is also a member o! Big Bend 4-H Club and Job's Daughters, Bethel No. 10 of Greeley. The contest, held for high] sophomores and juniors.' of the !n- Sat., May 16, 1970 GREELEY TR1BUN 7 E Two Women Honored By Gilcrest Ladies Aid Mrs. Carl Sanden and Mrs. Emmetl Rumsey were honored by the Gilcrest Ladies Aid al a Mothers Day Tea al the Gilcrest Baptisl Church. Mrs. Sanden currently serves the club as president, and Mrs Rumsey has been treasurer for the past 14 years. They were each given a corsage. Mrs. Donald Wasey gave the devotionals and two · numbers were sung by a trio composed of Helen Keller, Wendy Wasey and Nelda Ray. Chtryl Westover Dr. Floy Barnard of Greeley was the speaker for the afternoon. She is the retired Dean Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, where she served for 27 years. Florence Pope provided entertaining music and accompaniment for group singing. Refreshments were served to 81 members and guesls. Mrs. Rumsey and Chrislina Hubbard will assist Mrs. J. M. McNeill for the 1:30 p.m meeting June 17 at the McNeill home. Mothers £ May Style Show Mothers of children in the Headslart and Follow-Through programs will present a style show May 19 in the Blue Flame Room. A 1 p.m. covered dish dinner for members will precede the 2 p.m. show, to which the public is invited free of charge. The women have been meeting each Monday afternoon in the Community Center fur the Creative Arts and have spent most of their time sewing. They, and some children who of Women of Southwest Baptist are'not yet in school, will model clothing that lias been made in class. Mrs. Kathy Fcnlon will be the narrator for the show. She has donated her time each Monday since the beginning of the school year to serve as class instructor. Among the models will be Mrs. Katie Martinez, Mrs. Jan Pcttit, Mrs. Helen Miller and Mrs. Virginia Vigil. Reed P. Adamson Member of the Order of the Golden Rule 9th Ave. at 5th St. THINKING OF GOD Coil made the world Tor M of us ... Not just to iilense a few . . And there are certaiu little things . · · He wants us all to do ... He wants us to be honest and . . . To do the best we can To sot a good example for . Our Irieudly fellow-man . . . He does not ask us to become . . . Great pciants o£ success . . . To give our lives or sacrifice . . Our right to happiness . . . He only wants us to be kind . . . And share the enrth He made . . . To love and help each other out . . . And not to be afraid . . . He asks us to obey His laws . . . And keep away from crime . . . And last and least He asks us all . . . To think of Him some time. H. Ross Adamson Adamson Mortuary Phone 353-1212 prccialion of the support rc- ceived from them in every stale Hostesses for the evening were sent to the hospital for distri- the Keenesburg partners, Beu- butimi as needed. lab Bath, Gladys Barklcy. Es-' A program of dancing was:in the union. thcr l.chl, Mary Sloan and Lu-ipresented by nine students from] die Wilson. ' i h e Schi-ll 'Dance Studio withJa national project of helping violinists for "Concerto Grosso Opus Six, No. 2" by Corelli. I "Tarantella" by W. H. Squire! 8 et 40 members have adopted . of h e l i n 1 or sol °.. ee lu and string orches- premiere; Grace Wakeman, le many hours of volunteer work'hospitalizcd demi-pctit chapeau deuxiema; w i t h the Mobile Unit in Gree-;time. Audrey Pope, la secretaire: ley; 34 hours in the tuberculosis j Helen Bucher, la cassiere; Edith office, auJ 82 hours of volunteer | . Mickish. 1' aumonicr; Donna work with approximately \,ZW'Games Arc EllJOtjed Melby, la concierge; Marjoric children. The salon also donated,,4/ Kensington. Club Zimmerman, 1' archivislc; and a total of $403 to funds such as Edna Melton, le pouvoir depart-'cystic fibrosis, TB certificate, mcnlcH. 'American Legion child welfare. feature Doug Cathi Mickens a n d j also re-unable lo pav. and for remcn! T ° m; Atkinson will joingNatalie,: · - - ' - · - . . . . .nj.vid and Doug for "Concerto 1 B. Minor Opus 3 No. 10"; Officers elected for the new four members of the salon onilhe National Jewish Hospital l o j , a ',)]'.'.... year included Thelma Hem- hand lo assist the chairman, provide care for those who are 1 'If cc ^-' merle, le petit chapeau; Clara Mrs. Tlnmas' report also re-'unnblc lo pay, and for rcmom-l ' om . . j n , Wachlel, lu duini-pulil clia|*au vealed tha-l members had given jbering those children who are|." iivltl allfl uoug '"' HILLSIDE STORE · PLEASANT SHOPPING · TERRIFIC VALUES · HELPFUL SALES PEOPLE for long periods of'!' 1 . ... ,.. -, . . ,. h ' i by A. Vivaldi, for four violins l a n d cello. The concert presentation oilers Greeley music lovers an opportunity to hear some of Greeley's outstanding y o u n g Appropriate games, and (he! musicians, reading of poems and other] -- OPEN SUNDAYS! 12:30 till 5:30 p.m. Has Workshop Delegates selected to repre- and $100 to the salon bed fund [writings in keening with Him i -i sent the salon at Pueblo include ,-.-; N',111. Members of the salon'Mothers Day theme provided ' \ n r ) ] T n S Edna Melton. Thelma Hem- reported t h e purchase of a total;!!"' cnlc-rtainmcnt lor 13;' merle, Audrey Pope and Mar- of $2( of tuberculosis seals. jniembers of Ihe Kensington jorie Zimmerman, and alter- jClub, and two guests, Mrs. I... nates Donna Melby, Clara; !H. I.aing and Mrs. .1. B. Wer- Wachtel, Lena Winter f.-nd La-'Allll Laleiluar ner, ai the home of Mrs. C. ; A craft workshop for making ona Diekman. Doris DeffkeJ T . |\'. Redman on May 8. Mrs. D.,corsages iiighlighted the regular. Guidolla Bates. Armilda Dowcs, 1 luesaay ;J S | lul | w[ls ( | ]c a s s i s tant|meeting of the Weld County| Ethelda Marshall and R u t h ' Tuesday Progress, Cr \\C hostess. i Arthritis Club on Saturday, May | Munz arc delegates at large. S uc - sl tla '' library club room,| j] rs . Werner won the game f), ;l t the First Congregational | SUNDAY SPECIALS! These Prices Good Sunday Only · Jordan, C. L . . . · During the meeting attended ; M »=«· '· D - Jor 24 members from Windsor. ; N = i s i e r , Jacob and hostesses. W v n l t F.vfension club, prize. ; Church. by Eaton. Ault, Johnstown Hasbrouckj The next meeting will be held! Altrusans Mrs. Betty McCrea, I LOVE A HEEL A HEEL (hat's Put on in 3 minutes WAX SHINES !H" Salzman's ££ 911 Sfh Ave. Sarah Thomas. Wednesday Senior Citizens OEO, station club room. Thursday lat Ihe home of Mrs. Q. T. Mrs. Radnor on June 12. When you are unmolding a fire i V F W meeting. Auxiliary, social Krcnch toast is declicious when it is made ·French bread. stale Miss Vera Newburn and Mrs. Roberta Martin served refreshments before Ihe meeting wilh Mrs. Myrlle McGlothlen and ' RANCH WHOLESALE Greeley HAVE EXPERTS TAKE CARE OF YOUR CAR This is what we do: COMPLETE TUNE-UP on most all cars and pickups. Includes--8 new AC or Champion spark plugs, new points, rotor and condenser. Set Ihe t i m i n g and dwell, points and adjust carburetor. Wash and clean engine and hood compartment. We use only the finest ignition equipment by OO AC 85.00 less ££.93 fo salad or dessert made with gel-: Mrs. Edith Derksen assisting, atin be sure lo loosen Ihe gelatin: As a special treat, Mrs. Helen mixture by running the tip of a i Nelson passed homemade divin- small spatula or paring k n i f e | j | y candy. ! between the gelatin and t h e ; 'Mrs. Derksen reported t h a t mold. A f t e r a dip in warm wa-jshc had delivered a number o f : ler and a gentle shake, Ihe sal-jiaprobos to Kenton Nursing; ad or dessert, should be ready to j Home which were made by the, turn out. j Reorganized Church of Jesus j 'Christ of Latter Day Saints i n j Longmonl. Mrs. Lois Hall read a letter perlining to the "Tour-' namenl of Tables" which is being planned by the Women's i Committee of the Greeley Cen-i tcnnial Fall Festival. Tlie d a l e j is Oct. 5. More information j about the tournament will be; available later. Members also signed letters: to be sent to representatives, i the Honorable Wayne Aspinal, ; Frank Kvans and Byron Rogers, j The next meeting, on June 13, j will be a covered dish luncheon; al 12:1)0 p.m. with Mrs. Laura \ Rowe and Mrs. Alida Sclmar' assist ing the mcmebrs of the sponsoring Allrusa Club. j La Junta Snap On for fi ol. H R A K E S RELTNEI) on most all cars and pickups. Here's what we do ... replace wilh bonded linings on all I wheels, rebuild all '1 wheel cylinders and ( u r n d r u m s . Check master cylinder and hoses and adjust entire brake system. Complete job guaranteed for 50,000 miles On late model cars and pickup. 1 ! lining on all ·! wheels only Front end alignment-your satisfaction guaranteed. . . replace 9.95 Get your I5RAKE A N D LIGHT INSPECTION at RANCH WHOLESALE. P r o m p t , courteous and efficient service. YOU KNOW YOU'RE RIGHT AT RANCH WHOLESALE PLASTIC DRAPES TO JUST WIPE CLEAN 33' The perfect summer drape in super-easy care plastic. Prints or solids. 72x84". With separate center valance. LADIES' SLACKS andCapris VALUES TO 9.00 NOW 2 Sizes 8-18 Regular and Bell Bottom Styles FOLDING LAWN CHAIR $022 2 o-WEU A l u m i n u m Tubular Construction Keep canned meats in a -·loraae space which is wholly! dry and neither extremely h o t , nor extremely cold. Either; extreme lends lo change Ihe ' color and flavor of the contents. | DOCTOR" ComplPto 1-Stop Snrvice Man-rinls -- Ijihnr Ki- rmnoini; -- Knom Addi l i n n s -- Repairs -- Ro mnrlrlint;. · F R E E E S T I M A T E S Evcritt Lumber Co. 2406 10th Street Phone 352-5171 SPECIAL PURCHASE I BATH TOWELS 37' T5r.i:ausc of tiny imperfections you get this low price. Assorted 'b a t h towels in solid colors. 22 in. x '!·! in. GAY, AMUSING 1Z-OT. METAL WASTE BASKETS 87 Reg. 1.49. Brighten play. i. 'in, kids' bedrooms, dormitory with new shaped metal bail- -ts decorated with timely motiti. DOUBLE HIBACm IN CAST IRON 8788 sale / Reg. 10.95. Twin grills. Skewer holders. D r a f t doors. Stay-cool handles. 10x17 inches. SHOP AND SAVE AT HESTED'S HILLSIDE

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