Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 28, 1961 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, October 28, 1961
Page 12
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I'RRC 12 ORKELEY TRIBUNE Snt., Pel. 28^1961 . earnings of more lhaii $1700, Somehow Social^"^j^" 11 rat ° S e C l i r i t V R l l l f i S These provisions allow many · r - r r persons wlw have reached re- NOW Id E l T 6 C t tiremcnt age lo obtain some bcne fits even though they have nol Persons receiving social sccur- retired completely. The rule on llv benefits arc remlnitcd by llw|earnin«s applies to rellicd work- « , · i (- .·! . off 1 TM crs, wives or depeiMlenl imsbaixls ",. V »»«i««i"'n»»»*«|y^-licthcr they may be entitled ' nv bcr.cfils lor 1901. The Social Security ollice is lo- caled at 1113 lOlli Avc. and is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m Mnralay Ihroush Friday. The of ficc lelcphonc number is El. 3-2262. Ault change was ,r,nde in Ih ,,», rule 8 a person ,ho cams; STEELCASE DESKS · CHAIRS FILING CABINETS ^W 'Aarrioge License* Darrcll Gene Balmcr and Bell} canc Wilson, both Grceley. Rohert Charles Daniolson and JoAnn Marvin O'Danicls. both ·'orl Morgan. Russell Austin Harshman, Arvada and Virginia l/uisc While, Aurora. David L. Gcrmack and Eleanor May Armbruslcr, both Grceley. Garland Jeffries and Elizabeth Jeffries, both Lonpmont Iremar- rlage). Orville Ivan Slump and Barbara J. Reynolds, both Grceley. ·Everything for the Office" -1303 Eighth Avenu« By MRS. CRAYCE ALLEN AUI.T -- Mrs. R. U. Jordan o[ene(f her Iwme to Tuesday Progress Club members andl guests. Mrs. J. E. Smillle and' Mrs. K. W. V/'itlmulcr of Ealon;! Mrs. E. L. Marsh, and Mrs. Paul, of Ault. Guest speaker, lohammcd Khurshcd AM from ·akislan was introduced by Mrs. ordan and gave a paper on World Fellowship. A question and an- wcr period followed. AH is forking on his Doctors degree at ·KC. Mrs. S. I,. McDonald, president. reslded. Dislricl fall board nicel- ng of the Federated clubs was icld in ticrthoud last week, at- ended hy Mmcs. McDonald, Jor- and Edwin Clauson from the ocal club. Mrs. Jacob Hasbrouk will be next hostess at 2:30 p.m., Nov. H. Mrs. Henry Wolfe of Bcrthoud is house gucsl of Mrs. H. J. Copes :his week. She is also visiting other friends here and in Nunn. Mrs. Gertrude Fuert of Plalte- ville was a gucsl of Dorothy He- beknh Lodge Monday evening. Edna llcberlein gave a report of the grand lodge session held in Fort Collins. She attended as delegalc from the local lodge. Jean Englc served as color bearer from Ault __ for grand lodge assembly and was escorted by ber mother, *trs. Vclma Collins. Another hon- M O D E S T M A I D E N S Trie 1 .* til **f!it*/t) V. J. Tt'-nl Ob* Robert Lomb. · Recent dinner] guests of Mr. and Mrs. l/ombcrt! were Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Beczleyl and children Debbie and Jacque nf Lin?, Mrs. Llda Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fletcher. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ncal Fletcher and ughlcrs Carol Jo and Teressa Mrs. Don Grogan of Fort Cols and Mrs. Roger Poe of Ea- TOKYO -- Plans arc being con sidcrwi for $22,200,000 Yawala- Kaiser aluminum plant in Japan. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR We expertly repair all types of men'i and wo- men'i wriit watchet, alarm clocks, antique clocks, and modern t e l f - w i n d i n g clocks at a m i n i m u m cost. Guaranteed work! Jewelry 818 8th Street or for local lodge was the appointment of Ida Copes as outside sentinel of grand I.EA of Colorado. Cornelia Collins, noble grand, presided over the business session. Several members were reported to be ill and a son wai reported born to Mr. and Mrs Alan Ehrlich, lodge members. I was reported that Marjorle War den of Boulder, granddaughter o Ida Copes, will undergo eye sur gery in Denver this week. An ap plication lor membership wa Ijread. Hie committee include. Gertrude Marrall, Ida Copes an Marie Wahlquisl. Announcemen was made of official visitation o Ihe dislrict deputy presiden Florence Barber, Nov. 13. Id Copes was recommended as lodg examiner. Slw gave a report the secretaries luncheon she attended at grand lodge session. Howard Engle reported on the building committee. Halloween theme was used the refreshments served by Minnie Allison and Gertrude Marrall Hostesses for next meeting wil be Mary Wilhelm, Avis Banek and IKslella Mclnlyre. Auxiliary of the VFW had business meeting with Pat Ruscl president, presiding. Reports in eluded one by Sbirley Russell o I lie district meeting for officers held in Loveland which she attended as ?- district officer. Social evening of the Auxiliary was held Thursday at the VFW lounge. Work was done on menu covers for (he Veteran's Hospilal at ICheycnne. Refreshments were "I'll never again.say fall leave j are beautiful I' ostcsscs for the social evening in- _ hide Elizabeth Foster. Esther Patterson lill and Louise Hoffner. Bloomer, Honoring Ihe 23th wedding an- ivrsary of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Vood, the Na Molay Bridge Club members and (heir husbands prc- enlcd them with a tray. Tlwse resent for the occasion held in. he mountains at the Burroughs cabin near Esles Park, with Mr. and Mrs. Wood were Messrs, and times. J. H. Burroughs, Leslie Clary and Chester Parks. Several club members and their husbands were unable to altend. Mrs. M. C. Widmaier was host ess to Woman's Society of the ,'ongrcgallonal Church. Mrs. Ixon ard Plageman was co-hosless Guesls included Mrs. I^tta Darn er of Greelcy, Mrs. Cora Maskill Mrs. Lynnden Fletcher. Mrs. C. R. Patterson presided. Worship serv-l ice was given by Mrs. Bertba May who also read an article tilled "Bible or Scissors." Mrs. S. L, McDonald reported new oors had been installed in the hurch basement and Mrs. Sam ·y Anderson as hosless. Mr introduced direclor of Paulin Christia education of the First Congreg ionol in Grceley, who gave a la on the group tour she look Southern Slates. Her visit to IK »ro schools was stressed in h lalk, which slic illustrated wi slides. Halloween suggestions we used in refreshments served I the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Jack I,amb« have recently moved to their horn here, after spending several year in Greeley. Mrs. Flora Adam and daughter, Mrs. Virginia I* Cambridge and two sons w lived in the Lambert home h'a moved to the home they recen purchased from Mr. and M nun n n a . ixuKvi * w ui «-« _ lefl recently lo drive to Fort F. Harberl and Constance L. bcrt, Lot 6, Block 6. First Acjdi- lo Hillside. Greeley, llcv. ion $17.00. Allan Leslie Davis lo Harriet E. Under, part of Lots 25 and 20, Block 20, Arlington Heights. Grce- ley. Rev. $11.53. Donald L. Bnmgard and ,,. Brungard to Jim M. Easier and Jeanell Easier, Lot 9. Block 23, » Farr's Fifth. Greelcy, Rev. SI8.70. Hillside Addition Inc. to Denzel Dean Stipp and Helen J. Slipp, Hillsdalc, Grceley, Rev. $18.15. k M. C. Widmaier and Miriam v-a?s" Widmaier lo Paul McClure, Sam "" ley, Kan., to join I heir hus- nds wlw arc stationed there. Jhrisiian Womens Fellowship ct in the church for an afternoon ecling with Mrs. James Cbapin, sless. Bible verses were given for II call and Mrs. B. G. Ann rong accompanied group singing hymns. Mrs. .1. E. Cuffscll con icted the business discussion ,ans were marie for serving nch for Ihe annual Sidwcll sale. HI. 30. Mrs. Floyd Preston gave ucled Ihe Bible study for Ihe af- ;rnoon. H was reported thai the ellowship and other members of ._ he church had picked 90 sacks oflMcClurc and Don McClure, wlaloes donated by Mr. and Mrs.I lads Hansen. They were lakcn y Paul Walker to Colorado Chris-j lan Childrcns home in Denver. This is one of the projects of the hurch. Mrs. Floyd Preslon will ic hosless Nov. 8. when Mrs. B. G. Armstrong will prcsenl the missionary study. Mrs. Ed Boston will lave the worship service. Mr. and Mrs. James Chapin were recent guests of Mrs. Melon Widholm and son Jerry of Cheyenne while Widholm wa: on a deer hunting trip. Mrs. Wilma Hobbs is spending several weeks in Boulder with her sislcr, Mrs. Stella Finley who has been very ill. She is im proving now. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wellman were hosts at dinner Tuesday evening, honoring the birthday o their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Floyc Wellman. Other guests were Wellman and children Naomi and James. 10, 11, part of 14.15, part of 16 and 17, Blot* 23. Ejtoii, Hcv. $15.93. Elmer B. Fitc and Klhcl Lcr- linc Kile lo Kenneth McEndaffor, part of Sections 12, 13, and 24, 11.5G. Weld County, Rev. $13.20. BRUSSELS - Economic and , , . . , , ,, ,, ,. trade missions, used extensively Hillside Addition Inc. lo Rogci ||£ ^ Minis(cl . of Foreign Tr n( te, '"" ' ' «ing revived by present Min- County Estate Transfers ister. Present plans call for Ihrcc mcmlh mission lo Brazil. XOTICB OK K I . N A I i l A Y M i : . N T or a f t e r N o v e m b e r ? , OK I I I O H W A Y S will m a k e n i v m r n l to SlcitrSsl U o n a l r u c t l o n ' - D e n v e r . Tor the Colorado. c o n s t r u c t i con- n 01 till!?! 1 . lOCMfid i w n y No. 63 Prn sinintoil ITI N cl n/iuirtnicnl IllBliwny". ho'"" '°b. WATHOUS. Chief D e p a r t m e n t of l i f E b .? Grcplcy :(. 23. 21. : Greeley's Best Lunch Bargain! FARMER'S SPECIAL ALL 3 for 49c Hamburger French Fries Triple-Thick Shake HARRY'S DRIVIK South 8th Ave. \nderson spoke on the work shop ession held in Denver recenlly. She attended Ihe session as ·'riendly Service officer of th'e society. The following memebrs were appointed to the nominating com mittee: Mmes. Vernon Stewart Kenneth .Quayle and V. F. Low ry. Commitlee appoinled to ar range programs for next year it elude: Mmes. S. L. McDonald A. B. Stewart and Mads Hansen Mrs. Vernon Stewart will b« hos ess to group one for «n ifternoo tea and Mrs. Everett receive'group two Broyle for th business meeting Nov. 8.. Becaus of Thanksgiving Ihe next regula ICheycnne. Refreshments were ol 'thanksgiving ine next rugma jscrved by Pal Rusch. Edna Gas-|meeting of the society has bee 'tafson and Sarnh Gunson. Next changed to Nov. 8 with Mrs.-Pe New Post Office Box Number? GET YOUR RUBBER STAMP FROM THE TRIBUNE 24 HOUR SERVICE Greeley Tribune Cu»ftil driver? Then _,ou can uve with SAFECO and have better inturanc* protection, too. Aik- SAVE . WITH SAFECO AUTO INSURANCE LOTT A G E N C Y Insurance · Home Loans Bonds 918 llth Avc. EL 3-1443 Y O U R PROTECTION IS OUR P R O F E S S I O N Jusf Don't Complain HAVE YOU VOTE REGISTERED? NOVEMBER 7 Registration Closes Tuesday, Oct. 31 I- ' \ "·.} v : '..'.-'- -V v ;.\ ·*.'':·'. · ·'·/':- -\*/V- ' . · ' · , ' · · · ' * · . '"· -! '·-! . ' . · ' ' : '"··...··'-.-. ;· . ! = · ! ; ' . . " · · -V'-|v^; ;.·:/.,: ',·', ·-. '.'' · · · ' :.!.;':·{·:;· i . ^ T / ' V ···'··''/-'.'-'·'·[}·''·''.'"!;·..· . : '·"''?·''

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