Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 9, 1955 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 9, 1955
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Pgg« 4 GHEELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Dec. P, 1955 Oil Processing High NEW YORK OR--Refiners pro; Messed, a record volume o( crude oil last week, Iho American Petroleum Institute reports. Meanwhile production of crude And leafe condonsato front U. S. [ictds showed a drcp.ol ?2,400 barrels daily from Ihe sveek hefore, averaging G,53S,400 barrels a day against 6,285,700 a year ago.. · Refining companies ran to stills T.Ml.OpO barrels of c r u d e daily. The daily average for Ihc previous week was 7,741,000 barrels. · year igo runs were 6,962-,000 barrels a · Daily average production by ilates and change from previous week included: Nebraska 27,100, down 1,200; North Dakota 31,200,. down 5;000; Wyoming 270,400, down 1,400; Men- tana 41,150, up 1,950; Colorado .146,550, down 3,150; Utah 1.550, down 250. WANTED TO BUY Ear Corn Any Amount . Will buy delivered or on farm. .'Ph. Li Salle 57 fyi Evtnfngi 74J2 or letM FISHER BROS. LaSalle, Colorado Foundation Gives $237,000 Toward New Colo. Springs Hospital COLORADO SPRINGS · (ft -I Robert Donner, president of the Dormer Foundation of Philadelphia, announced here Thursday the directors have endorsed a $237,100 grant for one' of the lop floors of Ihe proposed new Glock- ner-fcnrose. Hospital to be built here. Donner said Ihe grant has been made as a m e m o r i a l lo his father, Willfam Henry Donner, founder oi Iho foundation,, who died Nov. 3, 1953. The Donner grant is part of the $5,394,67.0 made available to build the 12-story hospital. The El 1'omar Foundation has given $3,200,000 to the building fund. India To Invite Lama I n d i a will invite the Dal-i !.«· ma ot Tibet lo attend the birlhda anniversary of Buddha which wit he celebrated in India next M a y New Delhi learns. The celebrations are being organized b. - the -Ma- habodhi Society of India, which asked the government lo invite the Lama. watch repair --CLOCKS REPAIRED ALSO-Authorized Railroad Watch Inspectors Work Fully Guaranteed 48 Hour Service If So Desired GRAYBEAL Next 1st Kational Bonk Jewelry Co. Phone 872 Game Pack Stars Finance ·^:mm^m^mp^ tew MOVI Produced * or ihe Upper Basin DENVER Cfl -- A new movie as been produced by the Upper Colorado River Commission in an ffort to point up the importance and valise to the entire pation of he Colorado River Storage Proj cl. '. The'lSW minute long color film s tilled *'A Project for People," i IK! emphasized the human element. The film 'does not mention any pecific. projects b u t . generalizes n western scenic beauty. U will be shown lo congressmen and all nlerested groups in the nation by he A a u a l a n l e s , the commission's rass roots group. Big Business . '«*rs with niw . School-igt gjni«st«r» train for futur* ffnancUl · I ttUt* g»m«, AP.Newsfnturti Future financiers, traffic experts, sportsmen and quiz masters will gel an assist from Hie Christmas crop of new games. High finance plays a $Ur rolo in [he new game lineup, t trend in keeping with the nationil bii£ boom. \'arious new games vrilh Protect Back With Knee Action HOURS 8:30 lo 12 -- 1 to 5 Monday thru Saturday Open Monday, AYednesfia.v and Friday Evenings 7-8 p.m. C H I R O P R A C T O R Greeley Building . .Phone 1034 Current earning role 3Vi% compounded semi-onnuolly. V . r · M U N T A I N S A V.I N G S and Loan ot Boulder, Longmont and Greeley «4 W Aytixui -- in Greeley )I * real estate speculation, stoofc market yrations and even the «arch for urinium: The television age also has its rnpct on Ihe game pack. Quiz and *nel 5hows are represented by a record variety of board game versions, while news programs and enlriloquist shows also make a showing. Alt Ihe family will be experts on he fine points of sports, if they make the most of games featuring parlor versions of baseball, foot- aiul Ice hockey. Kersey Area Brotherhood Convention at Our Savior's Church Sunday KERSEY -- Mrs. Will Da? via hostess a^ a Cbrutma.-! party far the Kersey Commimity Cirde at home Tuesdiy, witli e\-iht 30 DAYS' PAY FOR 20 DAYS' WORK Thot'i right . . . bring in your savings .any day up to and including th« 10th of ony month ond get a full month's earnings. TTiat means your money gets SO days' pay for only 20 days' work. Start saving regularly -- every month -- at Mountain .Savings where you get high earnings, plus a full month's earning credit every month. You con save by mail, too, and your savings are insured up to-$10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington-, D.C. The secref of saving is starting. Start tomorrow al Mountain Savings, where it takes only a moment and wherfl you are always welcome. members and t^o gueau present. 'he guests were Mri. Cecil Afield and Mrs. A. SI. Craighead, who became a rnemb«t of the circle. Mrs. Day also presided at the meeting. Mrs. Maynard Salser had .he devotions and read a selection [com I lie Upper Room. Mrs. Marlow Magnus sang No Hoom In The Inn nntl the grew] sang, 0 Little Town of Bethlehem Mrs. Salser read a prayer. Rol ill was answered with clippings on Christinas events. The circle voted to conlribul 4S Tor Sunday school treats. M rs. Fred l l n f f e r t read an in t cresting account of Christ ma names; places in the United States, which have E n a m e s pertaining t Christmas.. Instead of a gift exchange, money offering was made to b used for foreign missions. -Dnrin the collection Mrs. Magnus san the Offering. Mrs. J. H. Chris man closed the program, hy readin A Christmas Prayer by Peter Ma shall. Mrs. Day served red and grce jcllo, Christmas cookies and cant on trayi decorated with candles. . The next meeting will be Ja 3 with Mrs. Frank Stirlen. Evcrelte - W a k e m a n , . Charles Wakcman and Mr. and Mrs'. Casper Frock went to Dodge City,- Knns., to. attend the funeral of Iheir uncle, Lester Wakeman," a brother of the late M. D, Wakeman. 11. R, Murpliy relumed home Wednesday'from the VA Hospital in Denver, U;ll Paul went to Den var to bring him home. Herman Dusin wts taken to the Our Savior's church, S. \Vegen- i l , pastor, will be host Co an Area Brotherhood rally Sunday, begin ning at*2:30 p.m., with registration Delegates nntl visitors from IE congregations are expected. The Rev. Ben Erickson, pastoi of First Evangelical Free church Greeley, .wUI be the speaker in the afternoon. Pastor Erickson, in ad dition to his duties in 'the loca church, also serves as t thaplai; at Fort Warren air ba^ holding the rani ot majoc in the air force Pajtor Erfcijan wiH jpeai to tne mm aStjut Ministry tn Haa in.tie Service. Tim 'vnman of titc cliurco, ·» Uurvi* a fcDnw.sliip anppiir at p.m.. at t3ni Parisli nail. The s;:c- pL'uijrain 'vdl feature Dr. E. I. arvel Jr. r in an a^fdrsss entitled. Catted Sam. The Har- onairea, popular Greeley quartet, Vandals Use Eggs : iUed with Paint DKiS'VKK (.n -- b'omelhtns n.-w las been added to Ihe arsenal ot band ot vandals: ESS' '! with painl. . J. A. Davldek -fold police Thurs- tay twu such esyu w^re thrown at Hie' front porch of his home. said the vandals app ar er punch a small hole in the shell, drain Ihc egg and refill the shell \vilh paint. In Elkdom Al the O/eelcy Elks session Wednesday, service reports Included repoH of Homer Kiddcr on progress In the providing o( an arli/icial limb and'special fypo of shoo required, and of Arthur K. Anderson on Chrislmas' baskets. Deadline :lalc for recommendations 'ol f a m - ilies in need of baskets Is, Dec. 15, according Ib' Anderson who requests alt sueh recommendations and other items relative lo Christmas baskets to bo referred rtlioct lo (lie social service excliiuigu In the old hospital building, nd(ivcs) 1027 16lli sired, phono-aSH. Con' tributlou was made to dystrophy. At Iho request ot the- Red Cross, s cur load ot Klks helped with entertainment on lie- cember 6 si Kll»liiinn» hwplUl, James.M. Shelton, ehalrmsn pt tho Memorial Service roininlUci S»ve «n itpprivlatlon lo OlcV 'I'sl man for his addvvs* ami tci tlie chums memrKTS (or Ihelf s*\'v- U'fs. Thp scholarship. I'ouuutttre «nnnunr« (hut [onus lisve Mfctvul tor pulilMullnjt Youth Leadership sm( Most VsUiable SIM- dent Karl Adams of the blood, b u n k committfe reports fine response to tho needs tor Iho blood bunk. Seven pints wcro used lust week. Donors may secure appointment by calling 4000 Bridie tables will he-nerded lor Iho Elks 'crippled children's parly on Dec. 22, according lo Ross ]. Shaktoe, chairman. Call the sccrV tary's office for listing.of tables offered. Drivers, nro being Itncd up by Skip Marshall for tills pnily. Anderson will also need drivers for delivery of the C h r l s l m n s baskets beginning early on December 2-llti. Social events reported nt Iho session'IticliKk'tl report of bridge lnrty on Tuesday by Kddlc- Mooro, dinlrinnu. Pllly-timr nro Ikied In Iho snooker pool tounmrncnt. Oscnr A, Now, r h i t l r i n n u , stntfs Iho lists are alwayt open with irrang.e- mcnts for A and B classes and four- ment scheduled during Fun W«ek In February. Other social events scheduled'irfcludcd party for EUu and adult members of-their (am- · illes.on Thursday as arranged by Con Ilcrbst and his committee. -:' Corning events Include parties for t)|0 children ol Elks as scheduled at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Friday, danco on Saturday,. De- ceinlKir IT, both.of which'events arc under Iho. direction of L. E. Kilts and Ills commlllce. USE THfe TRIBUNE WANT ADS Hacitalt atic! Haofoli, Optometrists OPi : ERYOU A TRUE ' CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION Give a Certificate For Glasses : 'from . . . HAEFEL1 AND KAEFELI 811 Vi 8th St. Phont 4050 OPTOMETRISTS OPTICIANS ill sing. Pearl Frantz, member of ".e local Brotherhood, will servt as lastmaster. Officers ot the Rocky Mountain rea Brotherhood are the follow- Jigl A r t Streob, Windsor, nresi- ent; Phil Hansjm, Denver, vice resident; A. C. Martens, Fort Col- ns, secrelary-lreajsurer. The Rev'. .ouis Fabrizius ot Windsor is ihe astor advisor. Officers of the host brotherhood re: David Kreps Sr., president; nd Lawrence Hertkze, secretary rcasurer. Veld County General Hospital "reelcy Sunday . evening for emergency operation. Something Special · , for That Someone Special? Then Drive Out to The NEW Something Special Shop West Fair Shopping Center Open SATURDAY, DEC. 10th 2009 Ninth Street Specialize Jn AH Types of Gift Items Exclusive With Us -In Greeley . - . " . ^ £ ^,.z^i^±^^im^z!3:^^i Swedish Scan Brass · English Watford Cut Glass · -English Bone .China Cup and Saucer Imports · Modernistic Ceramics *Hedi Schoop Ceramics · Merchant Greeting Cards · Ray and Jo Stevens, Proprietor! JOSLIN'S Phqnc 428 9 THOUGHT for TODAYS · One thorn of 'experience is worth a whole wilderness of worn- ing. --Lowell We're proud of our experience In tjimlily dry cleaning and laundry service -- at sensl-, ble prices. We rick up and deliver. Oil us today. Greeley Laundry Dry (Heaping 718 71h SI. Has MOVED To The New Wesf fair Shopping Center 2003 Ninth Street · . Come In and See Our New Store Yalspar Paints and Varnish We Have A Complete Line GIVE TABLE ' and FURNITURE TOPS * - * ' : for Christmas We Have A Few Mirrors Left We Are Open All Day Saturdays

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