MUSEUM NEWS By FLORENCE CLARK, Superviior . By FLORENCE CLARK Museum Supervisor Have you ever seen an old Quaker dress and bonnet? We have one in the window of the Municipal Museum. These were given to us by Mrs. Dan (Sarah) Thomas. They belonged to (he Thomas family and are very old. Calvin Thomas was a GreÂ«ley colonist, coming. to Greeley in 1370. In 1874 he married Sophia Nickum. Mrs. Thomas' wedding dress is in the other window. It is a lovely dress of brown taffeta trimmed with lace and has smocking around the bottom of the skirt. The wedding .dress of Mrs. R. S. Dickey of Windsor, worn in 1893, is on exhibit at the Meeker Home. This summery dress is of off-white with yellow roses. Do you have your hobby Johnstown.. By MRS. AVA MILLER The Johnstown Home anc Garden club held their April meeting at the home of Mrs Loren Estep and Mrs. Delia Bender was assistant hostess Seventeen members and t guest, Mrs. AI Becker, were present. Mrs. John Sloan, president, called the meeting to order' and the Pledge . ol Allegiance was given. April 29 is Anti-Litter day. Thank-you rtotes from Mrs. Lena Ballenger and Mrs. Hugh Berry for the cards sent during their illnesses were read. Mrs. Marie Abrams and Mrs. Vernon Purvis gave the- program, "I^t's Recycle.' Mrs. Purvis fold of some new ideas on gardening. Mrs. EC Miller received the hostess gif for the past month. The nex meeting will be with Mrs Charles'Wilson in.May. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thoma; and their two daughters have moved into an apartment on Greeley Ave., in Country Acres from their home on Charlotte Ave. M i s s Zola Coates ac companied Mr. and Mrs. Kelt! Coales of Westminister to Love land Sunday to attend open house held to honor the 90tl birthday of Dan Phelps, win is an uncle of Mrs. Coales. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Herrick o Englewood spent Sunday wit! Mrs. William Beckman. The Johnstown Woman's clu met' on April 7 with Mrs. Car Bufch with Mrs. Harold Ander son assisting. The president Mrs. Louis Heelen, opened th meeting and led lire mem bership in the pledge allegiance to tire flag of ou country. Following the readin and the approval of. the minute from the preceding meeting, a joined the chaplain, Mrs. Clar Bender, in repeating the 23r Psalm. The president rea detailed 'information from th General Federation of Woman Clubs magazine pertaining t the June 5-9 National Conventio in Denver. Johnstown Womer club received a communil I m p r o v e m e n t Program Achievement Award for 1970" from Colorado Federation Womens Clubs and Sear Roebuck Co. . Mrs. Phillip Williams and tw delegates, Mrs. Phillip Uidd and Mrs. Preston Childres were appointed for the Distrii Convention in Loveland April 2 1973. The p r o g r a m arranged for by the Publ Affairs-Department which i vited Richard Salberg to spea to the group. He presented picture of tenative future plan for Johnstown's growth. Th meeting was then adjourne after the reading of the collect Mr. and Mrs. Ray Garrett Platteville visited Mr. and Mr Dewey Goodman Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Becker we guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rona Morris in Greeley on Sunday. The Weslyan Guild rummai Kale will be held on April 2 28 and 19. They will apprecia any casloffs you might want give them Mr. and Mrs. Larry Yo relumed Sunday evening fro Salt Lake City, Utah, whe they visited their son, Sco who is in a hospital the recovering from surgery. Mr ady for the Hobby Fair? The air .-win be held : May 5 and in the Community Building 1 hobbies are welcome. Â· Â·', Ifts this month have included any items 'from '.Miss Hazel Johnson. Miss Johnson is nsolidating some of her items d we are the happy recipi- ts. A beautiful hand-painted wcolate set and tray were mong the items. These for- erly belonged to Mrs! Maude arson, and her'daughter, Mrs. alter Hess agreed to have ese placed in the'Museum. A large tea or chocolate pot as received that belonged to artin Oettershagen. It is hand- ainted with raised gold ant ue design. A number of scrap wks and ' necrology books, amphlels and books .were also ven by Miss Johnson. These ill help us answer any re- areh questions. Items like ese are truly appreciated. Mrs. Ralph. Johnston gave the useum a lovely" pair of pillow lams. These are embroidered red and say good night and ood morning. A large picture of a train was eceived from R. A. Moorman, r. Moorman has a large col- ction of train and street car ctures. .: Mrs. Charles Broyles donated sewing machine that belonged' 3 Mrs. Sam Keifer. It is in ood working condition and a ery early model. A nice beaded purse and a' vely handmade sewing box ere received from the Robert mith estate. Sewing boxes ere a necessity and we ap- reciate getting them. George Ball taped the panel iscussion at the last Heritage leeting and gave a copy, to he Museum. This has a lot of arly day information on it. We re hoping to get an oral his- ry program under way soon nd this is a good start. We are in need of some help. Irs. William Monk is planning start the survey of the Evans emetery soon. It is a large rea and we woiild like some olunleers to help. . Perhaps ome of the older citizens of ivans could help with it. They ndoubtedly have much information about the graves and tones. Please contact, us if you an help. A donor's coffee is being lanned in May for the donors o the Museums. This is to ex- iress our appreciation for the ifls that they have given over he years. A scroll with all their ames is being prepared. We ope to have included all the onors but as an incomplete re- ord was kept until the last 15 ears, we undoubtedly will miss ome. If someone's name is nissed please call it to our at- ention and. the oversight will x corrected. The Maria nth a Youth choir of ?larkson, Mich., stopped at the Meeker Home recently. This group consisted of 44 young eople and their sponsors. We are always happy to have drop- n groups. If a guide is desired t is best to make arrangement^ ahead of time. Arrangements may be made by calling 3536123, ext. 298, Meeker Home, or 353-6123, exi. 299, for the Municipal Museum. Dick York of Milliken and M and Mrs. Barrel York Greeley, accompanied them. Mrs. Lawrence Wcarly Loveland was the speaker on Sunday evening, April 9th, for the Family Night covered dish supper at the United Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Wearty NEW YORK (AP) -- Ed rfcMahon, the television personality and Johnny Carson's sidekick on NBC's "Tonight" show, has left his wife of 27 years. A spokesman for Mrs. WcMahon on Monday described her as "devastated" and the couple's four children as "very lurt." T h e s p o k e s m a n said McMahon has decided to live alone in California when Carson moves his late night talk show from New York to Burbank next month. Sources close to the family said McMahon had told his wile Alyce that she was "trapped by success" and, as a result, was never at home anyway. T h e s p o k e s m a n said McMahon has hired a lawyer to arrange a separation but Mrs. McMahon hadn't sought legal counsel yet. McMahon had no comment. .UÂ»VI:HTISI:MRXT Fon RIDS 'J'ho rifttte Valley Fire 'I'ro- l e c l i u n llnlricl Is accepting , Mil.! 1,11 n 1852 Diamond T . 3 01 ton truck, cab and chanftlA. All must lÂ»c received by May *7^. The board reserves the L to accept or reject all For f u r t h e r information call 352-1231 or 353-1MI. Plalle Valley VlrÂ« Protection Ulitrlct lived in Africa for several years _. - "!"Â»'-.. Colorado where Wearly was an engineer for the federal government to build public schools. Mrs, Wearty taught courses in homemaking and English. She spoke of their many experiences with the people they lived and worked among. Many artifacts of carving, jewelry weapons and basketry were displayed. Special guests of the evening were the Weartys, Mrs. Roland Dcluse and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wood of Loveland. , The Greclfy Tally Trlhune. A p r i l 18, 10, 20, , , , 20, 1972. 11, 24, 21, 2G, 21, XOTICK OP A.VX1MI. MKBTINfi The anrma] m e e t i n g of the stockholder* of the P l u m b Irrigation Company will be held at Kerjiey, Colorado at the Platte Valley Fire Dlntrlr.t office, K a i n n l a y , April 22, 1972, nl 2:(t p.m. for llie purpose of f l e c t - hK t l i e board of directors for t h e f-nsulnx year, levylnjf an fux'pKmenl and trammeling n u c h ther l.nxlnr** a* may proper]/ t'onie liefrjrft flalrt meellnj?. Mnrle Him*. Sc-cretary The Oreeley Dklly T r i b u n e . A p r i l 15. 1S72. Wanda Brewer Named Acting English Chairman Dr. Wanda E. Brewer has been appointed acting chairman of the Department of English for the summer months at the University of Northern Colorado. The appointment was made official by action of the Board of Trustees meeting last weekend in Denver. Dr. Brewer will serve in the post from June 1 through Aug. 31 while chairman Dr. Chester Huff is on leave. Land Developer-Broker Bill Given Final House Approval DENVER (AP) -- A bill aimed at closing (he door on out-of-state businesses who operate in the area of land development without falling under tlie law regulating real estate brokers and salesmen won final approval in the Colorado House of Representatives Tuesday. The measure c a m e as the House raced through nine bills on third reading, most of them minor measures. Rep. Sandy Arnold, H-Boulder, who lias carried most of the land iiso hills in Hie House said several corporations, nl least one of them from Florida, have named their salesman "vice presidents" so they do not fall under regulations which are applied to legitimate real estate brokers and salesmen. The legal definition of such brokers and salesmen would changed under the bill to take in those individuals. The House also gave final approval to a bill allowing the Colorado Stale Hospital al Pueblo to use one of its sections for Ihe training of resident piiy- Wed., April 19, 1972 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 17 f sicians in same facility as their jractice. The facilities would be used by Colorado General Hospital and the School of Medicine of the University of Colorado. Also given final approval today were bills funding the new facility at Pueblo; putting changes in the law brought about by the enactment of Colorado's criminal code and two bills affecting the powers and duties of the water pollution bo control commission and its regulation of domestic sewage treatment works. Arlington Stadium, home of the Texas Rangers in the American League West, seats 35,185. SOCIAL SECURITY* MW.TH, EDUCATION, MDWD.FUI Q. My mother, who was 58 'ears old, died last month. Since I paid some of her doctor,( bills, could I receive payment.-; from Medicare for these bills? ;, A. You could receive partial;) reimbursement. You should ask : ' the doctor for a receipt showing you paid the bills in full and ; the date, place, charge, and description of each service. 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