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Sat., Oct. 28, 1961 GUEELEY TRIBUNE P« K e 11 Us«t Car. tfit TrucVi 51 KtJWARDS Chevrolet la headauarltri for new and uieJ IrucVs. FOR SALE-- 19(9 Cadillac 4 dr. ledan. rb. EL 2-OES«. 2SOJ. 2lrd Art. Ct. fOIt SALK-- 19(0 par.el. Set at !ii» Utb Are. Ct. I'OK SALK-- 195J rurj Etaillner VI. Uit4 Con ana! Trucki 51 NEW uied Slue*. Larki parti, aeeen. auto rental* We Del El t-7«60 roK SALK-- m s WHIM J«P. tun · luralnum top. Tour bar. KL 2-4G91 2903 W L?lh SI UKAUT1KUL 1J60 E.liel -!oor. atand. Kl. MZi. l»5l CMC (, ton. like r.e*. [nqulic ifl«r B p.m. 25*27 \V. .?tli St. lid- VOH SALK--IP55 P l y m o u t h Rrlvfclm very clean. |i)5. Scott Trillrr Salt *mj Court. J'OR SALt-- 1«T Jeep pickup. R.m-.ry winch «nd eamp^r. I'h. tjton tW. IFOR SALE-- 1931 Ford « pickup, ft t o n , (!r*?tej Auto Bupply '43 l-'OllI) Dicky p. i «p««d 1300. QU Hrowntt'i ftRr.12* 19(0 CADILLAC -- Sedin D i V l l l e 4 door, Full power. ExcelUnl c o n d i t i o n Private p u r t y . 553-40E, lliS FOKD 4 door t.attcm vmyo-n. N«* automatic trainmlssfon. toed, clean 401 glil Ave. TDit HENRY J. wllh rebuilt '6S Sturjebikrr Hawk «nr.ni «nti t'- chirccr KL 2-12U. 1947 C I I G V . 4 dr. Ke lone, trikrs. BTIOW 1H6 lOlh Are. 1940 FORD cou[.«. with Gk Uher rr.oior roll and lucfc upriolitery. ihow car. IPOP t?h F.L 1-0501. FOR KALK-- '65 For1 F5 trucV-tr»o tor and '62 Fiueha-^t tr«il«r. both In excellent condition, Set a f t e r 6 at 519 23rd St. OR SALK--1954 CIwi. eoi.v«rl1W«. »8 cu, In. bUndurd tr«nimi»ilon, 3-2'*. New tor ami eomp.tle luck a n d roll urhoh.ery. EL 'J-OU7. deluxe lUtfoi OMimobll? Hadlo, l.ui?aec carrier. t Kl, holle aulomatk. T.OW ull». 2(64 1961 V o l k R w i f r n . driven ) rr.oi.lln. c o l o r cr«Mii. C h r i i l m m g i f t (or hEch -lent, EL J.3S72. GKNECHATOHS mil 't p'JH net*, water *. used anil ntlrkcr. P ltr«i. U 3 1.00 \ -3 rehulll Come lo GoJrJ'i «nd Cornel of llth Si *nd 8th AY. KOU SAI.K-- Jeep. New hut;. TOT bir- Wir.eb e!e«\n1nt ind r c p » l r Ui«d rtdltion. AU lype* of feut« »Tid truck repairing. John Thompton Gifine, 601 th Arc., or Hi N Sth Are Kl, IM843. FOR imme-Hato Bale. Privately em-nej well cared (or, 1B61 Rambler, * pai. aenner waron, Low, [ow mileage. 200 hp V-8 motor. Automate tranimfa · ton. power Bteernic. rattlo. Wenthe Kj'e healer. non-iHp d i f f e r e n t i a l , plu a host of acrttiorlej and cinlntr You'll IMnk ll'i new. Will accer. Ira.ie. Ph. EL J.2M8. erer,inir«: El. 2-2020. days. W«rl v-Uh Je*p. C-xvd condition. IKO.OO Call KL 3-10*1. a f t e r 6 p.m. u p N t S itcam cleaned, ?J.Bi All lypea bortj and feiidci October Circle Meetings American Lutheran Church Women of Our Savior's Lutheran Church met in the various circles. Programs featured Bible studies on prayer entitled "How Oflen Shall J Pray?" The lesson centered around the prophet Nchemlu. Cliarilics was the cause ol Ihc month. Business of interest was election of officers, appointing bazaar committees and discussing displays for Hie Christmas workshop. Accounts ol mccllngs follow: Louise I Eleven members of Louise Cir- ·lo were guesls of Mrs. Gencvn iVoods. Guests were the hostess' mother, Mrs, Anna Doslrom; nnd Mmes. Edgar Hoff, Jess Hauler, Clarence Geiser ond Maria Marcellus. Seven calls were reported. Mrs. Ralph Marccllus led in Bible study and Mrs. Laverne llerlzkc presented a topic on charities, assisted by Mrs. Francis Quam- mcn and Mrs. Don Boslron. On the bazaar committee are Mmes. Luvernc Herlzko,' Boslron and lit). Jwhn A-l p a i n t jobs. low . rr.ompsca ( i n r a f e . 601 Sth AT*., 118 N 8ln At« EL J-I8IS 1961 U U N N K V I L L E Pontiac -doo Vista. Air conilllionhiL-. [;o»-er llec l'tecable »a\!n?a from priv rhor.e 353-1968. efeninRI. Home. The folle'.ving day the group met at Bonolt Home. Tlw program featured boys and girls from VYyalt Sclmol in a musical program, directed by their teacher, Mrs. Edgar Hoff. Cookies, punch and coffee were served by Dorcas Circle. Next meeting will be at 2 p.m., Nov. 16, with Mrs. Donald Carlisle at 21W Glcnfair Dr. Johanna Cosmopolitans and Wives Hold Meetings Cosmopolitans und their wives, llic Cosmopals. held separate dinner meetings Wednesday evening at lire Tea House. John Vacgomnst, president, presided at the men's gathering when Wilbura E. Mitchell received birth day congratulations. Tom Fny introduced Ralph Noftsinger v,ho avc the program. He showed col- slides and told of (lie trip which c and his wifo look to Hawaii, apan. Shanghai and New Zealand. \ufimstana Lutli. Clmrrli Women i\ Have Monthly Circle Meelings Quammcn. Officers elected were: Mrs. Woods, president; Mrs. Quammen, vice president; Mrs. Blain Souther, secretary; Mrs. Gordon Lacy, treasurer; Mrs REPOSSESSIONS 1955 Korrt Kalrlano 2-IJoor. 1051 Chrysler. 19f0 Fortl Pickup. AETNA FINANCE 70S 9t!i Avenue Call EL 2-2508 1959 1/5 TON FORD Style side, long-wheel base. Excellent condition. Low mileage. Priced to sell. See at 2619 L6th Ave. BO Kord Kalrlanu 8 4-door. ^ordumallc. ixiwer brakes and steering, Lnctory clr cond., ta- 3io. linlei. Klu^s. L)uil(lei) rinsh safety belts, alttmeler. Excclleia condltiou. low mile age. Priceu hsht. Phon» aS4-781? alter 6:0tj P.M. FOIl SALE -- 1969 COUVETTF Good rubber, 301 cu. In. fuel in Jectlon engine, recently rebuilt, both topa, low mileage, everything In good condition. Contact Jtm Morton, ALpine 7-32S1, Ault,' Colo, a f t e r 6 p.m. Aulo Scrvict and Suppliei 5i HUNTERS RANCHERS TEST DRIVE THIS 1955 JEEP PICKUP 6 cylinder, 4 wheel drive, with free wheeling hubs. Green. Garnsey and Wheeler Tour FORD Denier 711 llth St. EL 3-9174 K K N N K U Y A A d a m s City, Wholraali. tomatl'. ITantir.i: 91 H;«ay 6 and Colo ATli. 8-56M H o m e Auto Trailer* 5 KOR SALE -- 2» ft modern mile houle. Reasonable terms. KL 2-130 KOll SALt-10x*6 ft. mobile hoi.i good condition. EL 2-2319. GOOD two whwl trailer. 4Q1 21at Ave. FOR BENT-- Campine tr«iUr=. picU coaches, mobila home*. EL 2-78SS. FOR SALE--1955 Elcar trailer. 2 be rm., 35x8. Excellent condition. N IT, IS23 5th St. KL 3-3502. KOK JsALB or trartf for l a t e rued pickup. 45 ft.. 2 bedrm. And houje trailer. Ph. S53-2S70. Luvernc Herti'xc, secretary of [rs. licuben Schwartz, xjrelary of stewardship; and Mrs. lurence Herlzke, Christian serv: chairman, Next meeting will e at 8 p.m.. Nov. 17, with Mrs. ostron at 1805 Fairacres Dr. Amanda Mrs. Margaret Hcnncck was ostess lo Amanda Circle with 2 members and one guest atlend- g. Mrs. Lloyd Kindsfalher con ucled the Bible study and Mrs ichard Brown and Mrs. Jack 'eiss volunteered lo work at the azaar. Officers elected were Irs. Jack Weiss, president; Mrs. David Kreps Sr., vice president; irs, Richard Brown, secretary; Irs. Martin Jobc, treasurer; Mrs, rtargrol Hemlock, secretary of iducation; and Mrs. Earl Bentley, secrclary of stewardship, llrs. Earl Benlley of Roule 3 will cnlcrtain Amanda Circle at 2 p.m., Nov. 16. Mary Martha Mrs. Carl Kaz was hostess to Mary Martha Circle with Mrs. Cliarlcs Viegel co-hostess, Five members and two guests, Miss TOR SALE or traiie--1961 Artera mobile r.ome, 35x8. Kquily 5100. Da · nee S2.KO. See al 1823 5th S Lot IS. AUTHORIZED dealer for f.reat I.ak' Kit, and Sky Lane r.e.w nnd VJi Souse, trailers. Western Trailer S»l Inc., SIS Ind St., 1103 Sth St., Grei ley. Co'.o. Mrs. Harold Flchn welcomed 11 members of Johanna Circle. Mrs. Elmer Hothc was Bible study leader. There were 12 calls re- porlcd. Officers elected for the coming year are Mrs. Rothe president; Mrs. Den Hcrmnnsen. ·ice president; Mrs. I'crle Frantz secretary; Mrs. lion Kroger reasurer; Mrs. Harold Rehn. sec rctary of education; and Mrs. Ray fcmmerlc, secretary of steward ship. Mrs. Ben Ilermanscn wi' lave charge of workshop dispbj for Johanna Circle. Place of Hi next meeting will be announce ,alcr. comprehensive Orient and its e presented a iclure of (lie cople. Mrs. Sam Goult gave an en- msiastic and lively talk on cook- ry at the meeting of the Cosmo- ials. She used books from the t'cld County Library in preparing ier material. biography of Frost Reviewed for Class Mrs. Lawrence P. McArlhur is- icwed the biography ol Robert Frost "Trial by Existence," writ en by Elizabeth S. Sargeanl, foi .largnret Snyder Poetry Class vlicn it met this week in (he home if Mrs. Albert C. Clotifih, ISJC Hlh Monthly meeting of Ihe circles of Ihe Auguslana Lutheran Church! Women of the Immamicl Lutheran Church were held Ihis week in the homes of memlcrs. Circlt On« The evening meeting of Circle One was held at the Iwrne of Mrs. Duanc llakanson with 10 members present. Mrs. George Sandhcrg, chairman, opened the meeting with prayer and mediation, and presided during llic jusiness session. Mrs. Charles itolmes was appointed chairmai of the committee for prcparatioiib to! Ihe father and son banqui! Nov. 9. Mrs. Laila Warn present cd the program taken from Ihe Gospel of Mark. Remainder of tin evening was spent sowing for thi Cancer Society. The next meet ing will be held Nov. 20 at tin. home of Mrs. Gordon Johnson 722 36th Avc. Circl* Two Mrs. Jack J,arson was hostes to Circle Two at her home, sisted by Mrs. Joe Kutchcr. Plan meeting. Plans were made (or o father nnd son banquet. The xt meeting will ho held at the Mrs. llungcnbcrg, 503 Orico Turner Honored At F e l l o w s h i p M e e t i n g years hut slill have been unable lo meet the demand. next meeting on Nov. C Avc. At Ihe nl the country home of Mrs. William It. Kelly, northeast of Grcc- ley, Mrs. H. E. Haymond will give a review of the poetry of Robcii Graves. Christian Women's Fellowship Groups Hold Monthly Meetings son banquet. Next meeting wi be held Nov. 20 at iiie home o Mrs. Kay Aim. northeast of Ealoi Circle Three 'Iliirlcen members ot Circ Three and one guest, Mrs. R. / Seleen, met at the home of Mr Alvin Mosbo, wih Mrs. Harold R berls, co-lwslcss, ^(l·3. .lake Ul- mile of ntii St. Shortage of Flu Vaccine Develops WASHINGTON (AP)-Unustiu! nnil unexpected public demand (or influepzn vaccine lias caused nationwide shortage in the product, the Public Health Service said Friday. Tiic service said manufacturers ihave produced twice as much flu 'vaccine this year as in recent Mrs. Elmer Ciullion, who was in [large of refreshments, lielct a urprise birthday party for Oricc Turner at Ihc recent fellowship Heeling o( the Builders Youn. larried Couples Group ot ll;« ireeley Hnptisl Temple Turner gave devotions on "Tlie ipccinl Obligalioii of a ChrUtian." rayer was given by George WiR- qclt Jr. Mrs. Oricc Turner was in chiirge of entcrlaiiimcnt for Ihc evening. Next meeting will lie on Nov. Production during the last three months, stepped up somewhat because o ( suggestions from the health service that the nation probably would have on increase ,in local outbreaks this winter, totaled more than live output in llic preceding 12 months. Tile service said very little influenza has been reported around the nulion. Because of Ihe shortage the health service is emphasizing Hie 7. During the winter months. importance of using: ncctings will he held at the homes of members. Place ol Ihc meeting will be announced. available in FrenchComposers To Appear at Aspen Festival PAtliS (AP)--Two French composers. Oliver Massaien and Henri Siugucl, anil a piunisl, Yvonne I/viod, will a|ipear ul li:c Asper Music Festival next summer. vaccine lo immunize persons noxt lie high risk groups. Those groups are persons who infter from chronic diseases of he h e a r l , lungs and circulatory yslem: pregnant women; and icrsons over 65 years of age. rich, circle chairman, gave a re- Thov will lake p a i l port on the board meeting of tho gram honoring Darius ALCW. Plans were made for the French composer, who Caddie Klein and Miss Mae Starr ivere present. Devotions and Bible study were in charge of Mrs. James Maxcy. Secretary of Stewardship, Mrs. Ed. Klcr, sires sed charities with a program on serving troubled people. The fol lowing officers were elected: Mrs. I N THE marltft lor a Hoblli You now bav. the advantage of o u t rolurr.e b u y i n g and aelKng orosrai Rccauia wa buj IB T0lurr.. w« ci offer yoa folum* prtetd hon:« and Brealer trade-In. Slop In or etll. Stahla'* Trailer Salea II located miles louth of Greelcj on O. S. 80. Fhor.t EL 9-2E02. Cleo nhinehard, president; Mrs Ed Kler. vice president; Mrs James Maxcy, secretary; Mrs Hoa-.«l|caii Kaz, treasurer; Mrs. Hull Groups of the Chrislian Wonv en's Fellowship of the First Christian Church held their October meetings this week. 'The lesson topic was based on the World Outreach Program of the brotherhood and the responsibility of each member to make it effective. "As We Learn To Share" was the theme of the worship service. Conlribulions of children's clothing and other items were brought for World Community Day serv ices Nov. 3 at Ihe First Unite Presbyterian Church. Announce ment was made of family nigW covered dish dinner Oct. 29 .il Balcom Hall. Group One Mrs. Harvey Maul opened hei ionic to members of Group Om with Mrs. Carroll Nickle co-host Farm Equipment 50 Farm [qulpmtnt 50 3-Time National Winner and Still Champ! F O R D Both One and Two Row Cornpickers and Ford Picker-Shellers You save more corn and pick up down corn better with ess. Ten members and two guest Mrs. C. E. Wallace and the Re' Leslie Bowers Jr., were presen as conducted by Mrs. Gertrude acobs. Nineteen calls were re- wrlcd. Group Five Group Five's meeting :ie home of Mrs. Earl Ncel with Irs. C. E. Rhoadarmer and Mrs August Kramer as co-hoslesses event ecn members and a guest Irs. J. H. Robertson, were pro ent, After Mrs. Ncel had opened 'athcr and son banquet. Mrs. Gust Winberg, Mrs. A. V. Benson and Mrs. Carl Miller were pen Music School. I a pro Millnuid cole wil brate his 70th birthday, lie is nou composer in residence at the As appointed to the committee (or circle luncheon in December. Mrs. Elmer Francen gave devotions and program, the final study' of the Gospel of Mark. The afternoon was spent rolling bandages and sewing for the cancer society. The next meeting will he held Nov. Ifi at the home of Mrs. John A savory way to use that leftover rooked ham is lo dice it and dd il lo cooked cauliflowercls ml a cheese sauce. Nice for lunch or Sunday night supper. Storm Doors land Windows PIONEER The tribute lo Milhaud will ho one part of Ihe nine-week festival i opening June 25. | , - JNSl-JUATION and HEATINTr CO. B301 10th 31 Ph. EL 2-6896 he meeting, Mrs. John Kay ol crcd prayer. Mrs. A. L. Andrews conducted the worship service, 'rogram was presenlcd by Mrs. Rhoadarmer on "New Times Require New Spirits." Twenly-ninc calls were reported made. Group Six Group Six members were guests of Mrs. Lulie Kulnar. Her to- hostesses were Miss Velma Elam and Mrs. E. C. Casselman. Seventeen members and one guest Mrs. Jessie Green, attended. Mrs a FORD. OLDER USED CORN PICKERS AND CORN PICKING BOXES .1 Garnsey Wheeler Co. \ 716 llth St. Greeley EL 2-9174 \ Helen Wickam Named District CEA Officer DENVER (AP) -- Colorado Education Association (CEA) announced Sat. the election of Alan Robb of Burlington as president of the Department of Classroom Teachers. her. Las Animas, secretary-treasurer. Western -- Lillian Larson, Grand Junction, director; Joseph O'Hara, Grand Junction, presidenl; Helen Kleven, Collbran. vice president; Mary Hinds, Fruila, secretary- treasurer. San Juan -- Joe Conoway, Pagosa Springs, president; Harolc Anderson, Cortez, vice presidenl, and Lois Borrelli, Corlez, Secretory-treasurer. Borchard't, stewardship secretary and Mrs. Balph Svalstad, secrc tary of education. Mrs. Reinhari Rosin and Mrs. Kler will serve a the bazaar. The group will mee Nov. 15, at 8 p.m., at the home o Mrs. R. C. McBride of 1111 6th SI. Naomt Mrs. George Wegelin welcomed Naomi Circle with 11 members and a gucsl. Miss Clara Ducrsch- attendance, Mrs. John Hiltner gave the Bible study. The following officers will serve Naomi Circle for the coming year: Mrs. John Hiltner, president; Mrs. Pete Lall, vice president; Mrs. I,arcn Slaughter, secretary; Mrs. Ethel Welsh, treasurer; Mrs. Orrin Smith, stewardship chairman; awl Mrs. Waller Fleischmann, educational chairman. Mmes. Lall, Smith and Hillner volunteered to serve at the bazaar. Next meeting will be at 0 a.m., Nov. 16, at the home of Mrs. Harold Smith at 1925 Gtenmere Blvd. Helen Anne Eight members of Helen Anne were guests of Mrs. Arland Kchulz- kamp. Bible study was led by Mrs. Raymond Miller. Officers elected were Mrs. Floyd Bacher vice president; Mrs. Laurence Gurwell, secretary; Mrs. Donah Miller, treasurer; Mrs. Aimer Wiebke, secretary of education Mrs. Schuizkamp, secretary o stewardship; Mrs. John Combers, chrislian service chairman. Next meeting will be at 8 p.m., Nov. 15, wilh Mrs. Dan Decker at 2I3G The meeting was opened with a A. W. Dimmitt opened the mcctiii] poem read by Mrs. Brooks Cole, with a pcem "Age," by Ada Joht Rev. Bowers spoke on the church son. Mrs. Neal Lindsey prescnte budget and its relation to the the lesson on "Tlvc Churches B-JC World Outreach Program. The worship service was conducted by Mrs. Vcrnon Card. Group Two Group Two held its meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. Leslie Bowers Jr. with Mrs. Ross Adamson, . losless. Prcscnl were 14 members ind three guests, Mmes. Doug guest, Mr. Bert Kesler, Carl Balcom and Stanley play entitled, "World Outreach En lalcom. The lesson, "The Church " ' Budget Tells the Story," was presented by Mrs. Irl Timkin. Wor ship service was conducted by Mrs. Herman Pohlman. get" assisted by Miss Jennie PC crson. Worship service was coi ducted by Miss Josie Peterson Group Seven Mr. Alex Rogakis opened he liomo lo members of Group Sev en. Mrs. Kenneth Rasinusscn wa co-hostess lo 14 members and Mrs. Group Three Doyle Bolcnbaugh hostess to Group Three, assisted jy Mrs. G. T. Dorsey. Fifteen members and two guesls, Mrs. Asa Gains and Mrs. Gertrude Jacobs, attended. Mrs. H. H. Har- ,f. Larson, 1707 22nd Ave. Circlt Four Circle Four held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Andrea Nelson with Mrs. Olga Aim co-hostess lo 12 members. Mrs. Harry Rcimer!, cd devotions and gave the les- on from the Gospel of Mark Ions were made for the father nd son banquet. Members were skcd to bring Christmas present or the Bethphage Mission to Ih November meeting, which will h iclii at the home of Mrs. Alher lolm at LaSalle. The member spent the afternoon sewing fo cancer. Circle Fiv« Mrs. Elmer Nelson was lioslcss to Circle Five, serving a desseit luncheon to 12 members. Mrs. Kenneth Hungcnberg led scrip- lure reading and prayer. She also presenlcd Ihe Bible lesson from Watch For Our GRAND OPENING Remember This Number EL 2-6844 Greeley Building Supply, Inc. Don Brockway 630 26th Sfrcct 35th Ave. Miriam ris opened the meeting with a socm, "Only Loaned," by Gar- ictl Schult7. Prayer was offered by Mrs. William ileilman, who also led Ihe group in singing, "In Clirist There Is No East or West" and "We've A Story To Tell To the Nations." Mrs. Gertrude cobs played the piano accompaniment. A poem, "Jn God's Eternal Light," was read as a mcmor ·a! lo the late Mrs. Monte Cable A play "World Outreach, Enter prise Unlimited" was prcscnlci by Mrs. Hoy Robb. Members o the cast were Mmes. Robb, Er nest Carter, Hcilman, Doyle, Bol cnhaugh, Dorscy and A. B. Stein tcrprise Unlimited," was present ed by Mrs. Dwaync David. Mem bers of the cast were: Mme.- James Bohlender, Wayne Grant Dan Garrison and David. The wor ship service was conducted by' Mrs. E. L. Accomasso. Felowship Guild Fellowship Guild held its meeting with Mrs. Warner Buckman. Mrs. Ernest Prinz was co-hostess. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Albert. Munday. The program on "New Times Require New Spirils"| was presented for 16 members^ y Mrs. Elmer Gillespic. The wor-- liip service was conducted By Irs. C. D. Miller. Twenty-seven alls were reported made. Ihe Gospel of Mark. The group did cancer sewing during the Trinity Lutheran School Lunch Menus Lunch menus for Trinity Lutheran School for the week be ginning Oct. 30: Monday: Scalloped potatoes with prem; buttered green beans; orange and banana salad; bread and butter sandwiches; chocolate brownies; '.'= pint milk. Tuesday: Pizza with sausage and cheese; buttereri peas; celery and carrot slicks; canned apri- Kalherinc McCormick of Golden was chosen vice president and Theresa Payne of Grand Junction was elected secretary-treasurer. The classroom division officers are: Eastern -- Jack Hook, Denver, president; Lucille D. Hanlon, Lit tlelon, vice president, and Birnadine D. Mack, Boulder, secretary- treasurer. Southern - Joyce J. LaVc-lle Pueblo, president; Oaura Critcs Las Animas, vice president, and Joan Courkamp, Wiley, secrclary- treasurer. Western -- Robert Watson, Cedaredge, president; Keith W. Miller, Grand Junction, vice president, and Millie MacAdams, Del ta, secretary-treasurer. Dislrict officers elected by the CEA are: Eastern -- Rose Murphy, Arvada, director; Margaret Cassario, Denver, president; John Ferguson, Englewood, vice president; Helen Wickam, Greeley, secrela ry-lreasurer. Southern -- Philip Rule, La Jun la, director; Harold Dunning, Las Animas, president; William Heath Cameron school. Students Asked To Withdraw for Cuban Prank COLLEGE PARK. Md. (AP)A letter to Radio Havana slating lliat the University of Maryland campus was a slaging area for an invasion of Cuba has resulted in wo sludenfs being asked to wilh draw from the university. B. J. Borrcnson, execulive dean of student life, said the two stu dents asked to withdraw Thurs day liad been involved in prior disciplinary difficulties. He callec he writing of the letter "a stupid Mrs. Leonard Johnson was elecl- ed president of Miriam Circle at a meeting at her home. Others elected were: Mrs. Henry Erbes, vice presidenl; Mrs. William Wickwar, secretary; Mrs, Jake Wcdcman. treasurer; Mrs. Oscar Thompson, secretary of education; and Mrs. Harold Helzer, secretary of stewardship. Patty Johnson and Laurie Burkes were guests of (he 12 members. Mrs. Ella Spomer led Ihe group in Bible sludy. Next meeting will be ov. 16, at the parish hall wilh Irs. Henry Bcchlhold as host- Zaton Calendar WEDNESDAY Catholic Ladies Society, Mrs. Joe Herman, 2:00. Eaton Kensington. Edythe Sevcrin. Mrs THUHSDAY Officials refused lo release Ih names of the students. Pueblo, vice president; Ava Web- to 29. LIMA -- Geared to the them "Partners for Progress," the Sec ond Pacific International Trad Fair aims to underline friendl relationships between Pcruvia and American industries. It is bt ing held in Lima from Oct. t Dorcas Officers elected at a meeting of Dorcas Circle at Ihe home of Mrs. Harlman were Mrs. Marhall Freeman, president; Mrs. lartha Puls, vice presidenl; Mrs. Richard Bunge, secretary; Mrs. Robert Heinze, treasurer; Mrs. Anders Anderson, secretary of ed- icalion; and Mrs. Alex Reicherl ecrctary of stewardship. On the azaar committee are Mrs. Free man, Puls and Carlisle. Ten mem xrs, and gi:esls, Mmes. Margare Bunge, Emma Bugge, Lillie Am undson and Otelia liasmussen were present. Forty calls were re ported. Mrs. Bunge led the Bibl sludy and Mrs. Anderson gave Ih program on charities and welfare. Mrs. Anderson introduced to the grou|i, her iiewly adopted six- monlhold daughter. Plans were made (of entertaining at Boncll V bcrger. The worship service "Symbols ot the Light of th World," was conducted by Mrs Harold Goldsmith. A lighted can die and autumn flowers were uscdl on Ihe worship center. Mrs. Gold-! smith closed Ihe service with a poem, "I Believe," by Waldcmar Argan. Seventy-four calls were reported made on the sick ond shut-in. Group Four Group Four met with Mrs. Basil Robertson. Mrs. A. E. Faugh vas co-hostess to 12 members and guest, Mrs. Charles Dcrkscn. Irs. Jess Taylor opened the meel- ng with a poem, "It Isn't the Church, H's You." The program on "The Church Budget Tells the Story" was presented by Mrs. larold Bascy. Worship service Colerie, home of Mrs. Elmo Knighl for program; aflcrwards lea in Mrs. Guy Deffke's home Dts; '.1 pint milk. Wednesday: Tomalo - TOTAL DIAMOND WEIGHT : 249°° GRAYBEAL'S bite... soup anc crackers; peanut b u t t e r sand wiehcs; collate cheese wilh pine hot buttered pint milk. cinnamon apple; rolls; Thursday: Shepherds pic; rasp berry jcllo with raspberries French bread and buller; dale crumb coffee cake; '.2 pint milk Friday: Baked beans and bacon; combination vegetable salad; hot cornbread and bulter; peach crisp; '.? pint milk. Some cooks like to thicken slewed tomatoes, or a tomnlo sauce, wilh cornstarch instead of flour. HELP WANTED Applications are now being taken for: Cocktail Waitresses liarlcndcrs Pantry Personnel Waitresses Dishwashers Rus Boys Apply in person between 9 a.m. and 15 p.m. LAKESHORE SUPPER CLUB 2905 South Eighth Avenue It's fun to send fail-owe 6N Tuesday, October 51 Ph. EL 3-02-16 (07 8th St. Folding Wheel Chairs $110 and up Folding Walkers $100--$118 Rental: $10 per month . , , . gets the same first-aid treatment as any other wound, but immediately afterward you must see a doctor! Remember, if the dog's all right, you'll be, too! So, try to establish the dog's identity. See to it that he is tied or locked up until he can be sent for observation. If the dop; can't be located, your doctor may administer a series of injections as precaution. That goes for many other animal bites, loo. IICEK! -Family Health Hinls" Ask for a copy at your nearest Gilbert Rexall Pharmacy. 1c SALE STARTS THURSDAY Canes Crutches Bed Tables Commodes escripiibn 'HARMACY 811 N I N T H ST · G R E E L E Y , COLO. I'OUU PHARMACIES TO SERVE YOU: * WELDORADO DRUGS 800 9th Street * GILBERT-BISHOP DRUG CO, S20 Sin Street * GILBERT HILLSIDE PHARMACY Hillside Shopping Center * GILBERT WESTVIEW PHARMACY Wcslvicw Shopping Center GILBERT Ms PHARMACIES

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