Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 18, 1970 · Page 18
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18 GREELfiY TRIBUNE Mon., May 18, 1970 Attribute Ritual and Installation Held by Beta Sigma Phi Chapter "'.Preceptor Upsilon Chapter ofipublicity; Betty Barnett, Rene Beta Sigma Phi celebrated itsJHawkins and Clara Haefeli. ser- third birthday at the home ofivice; Dorothy Karbs, Alice Ruth Gehrke with an attribute;Jones. Helene Kraft, social: Vcl- ritual and installation of ufli-:da Baldridge and Lucille Weber, xjers. . [ways and means, and Morrine '.'The attribute ritual was con- Thompson, librarian. dueled by Morrine Thompson. Mildred Foil and Velda Bald-, ridge for Lucille Weber, Virgina The chapter has received an invitation to a benefit ballet recital for the Weld County Can- Urano, Ema Lea Shoop, Doro-.cer Society May 23 at Greeley thy Karbs. l.euna Plowrnan.iWest High School. The 8 p.m. Kraft, Irene Johnson, Helene Mary Ann Feuerstein, MJH, Clarice Renson. Alice Jones. Clara Haefeli and Kliza- program will be presented by beth Richards. They were eachi Rene's School of Dance. BSP city | were asked to attend the May 19 SDA Dorcas Society Adjourns for Summer Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Grigor 'ir A«[I Honored on Golden Anniversary Church adjourned for t h e l · summer months following the| Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Grigor rence Cogburn and Mr. and meeting ; the home of Mrs.lof Gilcrest celebrated their Mrs. Robert Wiedeman, all of 'Jeorge Johnson on May 12.[golden wedding anniversary last Gilcrest; Mr. and Mrs. Albert of Minneapolis, Minn., and Los nity. Mrs. Henry Kaufman was theiMomlay at a dinner party given by their daughters, Mrs.'II; K. Brelsford of Milwaukee Wis.J and Mrs. Paul Schafer of La Schafer of Denver, and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Brelsford and Mr. and Mrs. Schafer. co-hostess. Eighteen members and two guests were present. Mrs. Rachel On- gave the Mother's Day program .in-jSalle. Mrs. Brelsford and her ·lurJing "A Poem A Day forihusband flew to Colorado to Mother" and "No Emptyjsurprise her parents. The Mansions." Ethel Brown led the.Grigors also have five grand- closing prayer. · (children. Mrs. Fay Bates presided at! The Grlgors came to Colorado the meeting, r.-nd alter roll call f r o m Scotland, fanned al with each member reciting a'piatteville for a number of Miller of Platleville: Mr. and Mrs. George Wickboldt of Milwaukee, Wis., Miss Jackje favorite scripture verse, the years, and then moved to Gil- afternoon was spent sewing \ cresi j n 1936 where thev oper- counc.1 members cancer pads i alcd a garage and ^ um £ re There will be no meeting i n . u n t i l Grigor retired two years presented a yellow rose, the sor oritv flower bv Miss Jones. r-imeeting at the Northern HoomjJTMe. July . or August. Mrs.j a g 0 . Both Mr. and Mrs. Grigor j f o r an election and officer in-! Albert Oblal ? d TM.! be hostess: are active in Masonic Circles. i- Installed as new officers werelstallalion. Mildred Feii, president: Claricei The last chapter meeling for'. Benson, vice president: Virginia|lhe year is May 26 at the home; I'rano. recording secretary; of Mary Ann Feuerstein, 2409! i f o r the opening fall meeting belongs to Johnstown A.F. Irene Johnson, corresponding secretary: Peggy Hill, treasurer; Wilma Adams, represcnla- tive. and Ruth Gehrke, alternate. Serving on committees for t h e j White vinegar is a distilled' coming year will be Lcona Plow-, vinegar that is called for in man and Morrine Thompson,imany pickling and preserving program: Mary Ann Feuerstein.I recipes. iSept. 8, at her home, 1517 91lK A M and Consistory No. i in Denver, and she · is active in the Johnstown Eastern Star Bth St.. beginning at 8 p.m. Work on the chapter yardstick! will be completed. in is a |Area {Presented in ·Pi-irm R p m f - ' i l c will the celebration "were Mr". Cremer - 93, was the eldest motn- ;I idllO IXeClialS and Mrs. James McDonald o f i e r P resen · Mrs - Fronia Smith and Galilee White Shrine Fort Collins, and also member of Faith Court of Order of Amaranth. Attending the dinner to help Senior Citizens Have Celebration For Mothers Day Several mothers who belong chairman. Ruby Oisen, 60, was the youngest mother, and Lula Cremer, 93, was the eldest moth- Piano students ot Mrs. Fred land Mrs '.Greeley; o f j Mr. and Mrs. Earl i riiinu Muueius in iuis. r i e u r h ,,, j ,. , -IWeiland have presented several Cogbul "· "''· d " d Mrs ' La ' v " WCOERINE SHOE SALE · 6" Work Shoe · 8" Lace · Work Oxfords · Dress Oxfords SAVE 30% ALL SIZES SALZMANS Shoe Repair and Root Shop 911 8th Ave. (recitals recently, demonstrating jboih piano technique and fundamentals. Those students participating include Karen Bachenberg, Paul American War Mothers \Have Regular Meeting motner of , the 'argest family, and also won recognition for her 42 grandchildren. Mrs. Elizabeth Kuntz has 46 great- grandchildren. Each mother received a corsage. Virg Young read a poem writ- Ameriijan War Mothers held (en by Fred Werner, culture de- Branlner. Wayne Eckas. Joan ^ regular meeting^} the Blue! partment director, titled "Some Ells, Douglas and Gary Hem,"" " '"' " -- -'-·· '" Carol iMary Larson, Nancy Jones, Pat, Sarah and Doug Flame Room last Monday, with i Thoughts on Mothers Day," and Donna Ruppe as a guest. Seven-] Neal Dilley read a poem called . _., __ _ _... 0 feen M 1 ^ on the sick were;"Mother's"Tools." Walter Run- iKemme, Glen Kessinger. S;anireported, and Mrs. Lillie; n ells read "A Woman's Reland Mark Mounce, Gretchenj^seday and Mrs. Hannah!sources" and "Health Facts for iRymes, Mary Schmid. Margaret| i]od g el w ? r e reported ill. | Mothers." IShore. Penny Swank, Jill] Ml 'S- Hazel Andersen, and the] F or the musical portion of the !VerLinden and Wendy Weiland. ; c h a p l ,11 n , Mrs. Leonetta; program Charlie Martin sang : Piano numbers presented by k'Hough will be responsible for "M-0-T-H-E-R" and "Girl of 'the students were learned the P'acmg wreathes in the ceme- My Dreams," as solos, then past year, and many had beeni tenes ;ls representatives of the teamed with Benard Swanson 'presented in a school contest; f t a r Movers for Memorial Dayjf o r "Rocked in the Cradle of land the Baroque Festival. (Services. The state convention ( he Deep" and "In the Gloam- Parents of the students were! 31 Loveland on June 19, was j n g" as duets. "Father Doing ·esenl for most of the per- ialso announced. i the Ironing" was the title of a The program presented with s kit presented by L. II. Van- pres fnrmancp.-. To Be Wed In December Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Jorgens of Phi Delta Phi legal fraler- Angeles. Calif., announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Beth, to J. William McDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. McDonald, 2407 10th Ave. The bride-elect, a senior Colorado College majoring Spanish, has also studied at the University of Valencia, Spain. She will do her student teaching in Chicago as part of the urban teaching semester, directed by the Accredited Colleges of the Midwest, and will be graduated in'December. At CC she is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. McDonald is a graduate of Greeley Central High School. He to"rhe'°G.-eciey" ; Seniorcit1zenl w ,f_ P^^^Ll'fe,,TM ?.?".!!!!! Club received rose corsages at the Mothers' Day celebration at the Recreation Center Thursday afternoon. The men were in charge of refreshment! and program, with Oscar Oisen as A December wedding is being planned by the couple. class at Colorado College where he received his BS degree, and is now a second-year law student at the University of Chicago. He is a member of Phi Delta Theta and president Arlington PTS Honors Teachers New officers of the Arlington School PTS for the 1970-71 school year were installed at a dinner meeting in the school gymnasium. Mrs. Lee LaFleur was the installing officer. The officers are, Mrs. Clark Thomas, president; Mrs. Ray Yingling, vice president; Mrs. Evelyn Timothy, recording secretary; Mrs. Cecil M a t t h e w s , corresponding secretary; Mrs. Robert Kelly, treasurer, and Mrs. Steve Teglovic, historian. In addition to installation, the primary purpose of the dinner was to honor the teachers. Mrs. Douglas Moody was the master of ceremonies, and Mrs. Alice presented to the school as a gift from the PTS, whose gift to the teachers was enough cash to redecorate the teacher's lounge. retiring! WI Auxiliary Welcomes New Member Here Mrs. Marie Abbott was given the obligation of membership by Mrs. William Shaffer, president of the Auxiliary to Veterans of World War I, Columbine Barracks No. 1509 during a meeting May 11 at the DAY Home. Guesls present were Mrs. Victoria Ess, Mrs. Anne Schriver and Mrs. Elsie Foster. The charter was draped for Mrs. Pearl Forquer, who served twice as president of the auxiliary. A memorial in her honor will be sent to Ft. Lyons Veterans' Hospital. Mrs. Orville Kimbley. was appointed guard and historian to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Mrs. Celeste Rumney. Reports were heard on the Western Conference meeting in Denver and attended by Mrs. Herman Diekman, Mrs. Charles Fay, Mrs. Walter Rouse, and Mrs. John Templin. P l a n s were begun for Memorial Day services by veterans and auxiliaries. Mrs. August Pfleiderer and Mrs. John Cooper will represent the a u x i l i a r y at Linn Grove" Cemelery. Mrs. Fay and Mrs. M r s uu-ieur, rearing T , - - ,,, be a( - , he Evans president, passed he gavel toL, £. . M s] ff and Mrs. Thomas, who in turn presented Mrs. LaFleur with a silver basket on behalf of the group. Cemetery, and Mrs. Shaffer and Mrs. Jacob Bohlender will assist with services at Sunset Memorial Gardens. A donation of $10 was voted The organization will conclude for lne Valley High School its activities for the currenUBand's trip (o Hawaii, year with a program by the 1 Hostesses for the June 8 music students of the upper![" eetin g i vi1 ,', beu Mmes ' ' re , c : . ., . .!Stevens, Ralph Herndon, Merle grades in the gymnasium at| 0 v e r s t r e e l _ sidney - · 7:30 p.m. on May 19. As a meal opener, you might Richardson gave the invocation.;like to serve a clam and tomato The teachers and staff members were introduced by Mrs. Winifred Gettman, school principal. Y O U R F A M I L Y S T O R E New PL UNDERWI STRETCH ^ L _ LJ _. Mrs. Cora Mackey in charge,|derhoof and Oscar Oisen. i A Controlled ncluded group singing andi cherry coffee cake, tea andlf ·eadmg of a collection of ,. 0 ffee were served by the men' Mothers Day poems. , a l 4 p . m . The coffc e was pro ., Hostesses last Tuesday were ; v jded through the courtesy of! Mrs. Etta Hoth, Mrs. Killough, t n c Communications Workers of Mrs. Mackey and Tess Roberts. America, Local 8424. A work day has been planned or Tuesday, May 26, in the Blue Flame Room. The next!Greeley AAUW Votes neeling will be a picnic lun- #,,,,,/ J SKUC Support juice cocktail. Just mix chilled bottled clam juice with chilled tomato juice in the proportion vou like and season with Icrnon Tin; famous Living Slrelcli Bra underv.ired for perfect separation and firm iupporl. You'll get heavenly comfort all day long . . . month after month. Flexible undcrcup wire, self-adjusts to fit you. Gcnlly protected by soft pkr-h lining anc! plastic tipped ends. Beautiful sheer nylon lace Cups. 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Iversity Women has announced ·-- that the branch voted at the Fresh salad greens add April meeting to support the ipccial ' ' " color and flavor to District 6 bond issue. ncals. In buying greens, look 1 The group had voted in favor, or leaves that are fresh, young,!of the issue in principle lastj ender. free from blemishes and|fall and reaffirmed support this' lave a good, healthy greenjspring aflcr hearing more olor. Beel lops and ruby chardjdetails of the plans under con- how reddish color. 'sideration. BE HAPPY! and make others happy BE SUCCESSFUL! BE FULFILLED! and help others fulfill their lives and help others be successful A W O R L D OF NEW AND EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES A W A I T YOU W H E N YOU DEVELOP -A W A R M , S P A R K L I N G MAGNETIC PERSONALITY --make OTHERS feel good about themselvci. FACE AND FIGURE BEAUTY--Be more pleasing to yourself and OTHERS. CONFIDENCE IN SOCIAL SITU ATIONS--make O T H E R S feel at ease in your presence. 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