Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 30, 1977 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, May 30, 1977
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,| GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon., May 30.^977 Dlkkers 20 Central students win academic, athletic awards Aims awards 119 AVS certificates A total of 119 Weld County Stanley, Marvin Steerraan, and high school students, most of Ronald VanWyhe. them seniors, received cer- Data processing - Do"" 3 lificaters Friday for completion Bock, Lori Bohlander, Debra of courses in the Aims Com- Clarkson, Cindy Gerjels, Dawn- munity College Vocational Marie llelzer, Luanne Inhof, School (AVS). Flora Nieto, Pamela Baisley, They were awarded cer- Cammile Swenson, Dixie tificates in any of the 12 Tormey,- Michele Walker, vocational areas in the AVS. Thomas Washburn. The students are: Drafting - Tony Cooper. Auto body -.Tom Curtis, Electronics -- Charles Abelardo Gonzaies, Keith Altergott, Tom Coatman, Gormely, Alan Herman. Michael Ferris, James Rodney Heyman, Dan Graham, David Helmer, Tom Knickerbocker, Jon Lind, Raul Jaramillo, Douglas Johnson, Martinez, Bruce McCullough, Gerald Reiff, James Renaud, Academic and athletic grants will help 20 Greeley Central High School seniors through colleges and universities next fall. The seniors, who were graduated in ceremonies Friday at the high school, won a variety of scholarships and independent grants. They are: Elizabeth Kay Unscome -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Linscome, 2659 16th Ave., University of Colorado R e g e n t s ' S c h o l a r s h i p ; University of Colorado President's Leadership Class Award; The 828 Scholarship; United Bank Scholarship, Colorado Certified Public Accountant Scholarship. She plans to attend University of Colorado. Laura Renee Slander -daughter of Judge and Mrs. Willis K. Kulp, 1719 28th Ave., University of Colorado Regents' Scholarship. She plans to attend University of Colorado. Kerry Lyn Dikkers -daughter of Mrs. Juanita Dikkers, 1219 23rd Ave. Ct., University of Colorado Regents' Scholarship, United Bank Scholarship. She plans to attend the University of Colorado. Katherine Jean Darnell -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gale E. Darnell, 2500 !8th Ave., University of Colorado Regents' Scholarship. She plans, to attend the University of Colorado. Kari Gail Seay -- daughter of Mrs. R. C. Seay, 107 40th Ave., United Bank Scholarship. She plans to attend University of Colorado. Eric Harold Lord -- son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lord, 1926 Glenmere Blvd., Key Club Scholarship. He plans to attend the University of Colorado. Eric John Trainer -- son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Trainer. 1302 15th Ave.. Ruth Lee Memorial Art Scholarship. He plans to attend the University of Colorado. Joan Elaine Beti -- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Betz, 2525 15th Ave. Ct., Greeley T e a c h e r s A s s o c i a t i o n Scholarship. She plans to attend the. University of Northern Colorado. David Bradley Davidson -son of Mrs. Leslie Davidson, 1731 llth Ave., Greeley Central Staff Scholarship and United Bank Scholarship. He plans to attend the University of Northern Colorado. Jeanette Kay Meis -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Meis, 1622 19th Ave., Marilyn Houtchens Scholarship. She plans to attend the University of Northern Colorado. James Christopher Resales -- son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rosales, 2118 23rd St., Red E d g e r t o n J o u r n a l i s m Scholarship. He plans to attend the University of Northern Colorado. Marjorie Kay Hinojosa -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hinojosa, 2120 14th St., Paul Ashcraft Scholarship. She plans to attend Colorado State University. Elaine Marie Bornemeier -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bornemeier, 1923 26th Ave. Ct., Carol Merrill Honorarium. She plans to at- tend Colorado State University. Lori Elain Mylander -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Mylander, 6021 W. 4th St.. Northwest Naiarene College Activity Scholarship. She plans to attend Northwest Nazarene College at Nampa, Idaho. Karen Ann Putnam -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Putnam, 525 N. 34th Ave., Ricks College Leadership Award. She plans to attend Ricks College at Rexburg, Idaho. Mary Margaret Rocha -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rocha, 2110 9th Ave. W i n o g r a d F o u n d a t i o n Scholarship. She plans to attend Colorado Mountain College. Christopher Allan Cook -- son of Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Cook, 1710 21st Ave., nomination to U.S. Air Force Academy. He plans to attend U.S. Air Force Academy. Rebecca Jane Russell -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Smith, 197717th Ave., P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter NX Memorial Scholarship. She plans to attend Fort Lewis College. Craig Willard Rummel -- son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil W. Rummel, 2514 6th St., athletic (wrestling) scholarship. He plans to attend McCook Community College at McCook, Neb. Karen Ann Smith -- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, 1628 14th Ave., talent and academic scholarship. She plans to attend Oral Roberts University at Tulsa, Okla. Brian Peck, Jacob Rice, Mark Schreiber, DeWane Strauch, Wade Thomsen, and Pat Williams. Auto mechanics -- Rex Austin, Cole Bowman, Rick Collins, Larry Crawford, Keith Crom, Jim Freeman, Don Gustafson, Loren Helzer, John Horton, David Jandt, Bruce Kramer, Enrique Lujan, Joel Newcomb, Kevin Rothe, Brian Spaur, Russell Tegtman, Bill Wadas, Chris Wagner, Gary Wiltse, Craig Woods. Aviation -- Ronald Dever, Mike Doll, Robert Duran, Karl Freeman, Phil Jansen, Rick Osborn, Mark Reichert, Mark Stevens, and Chris Stie Stieber. Building trades -- John Albright, Lon Briggs, Kevin Dorsey, Richard Jarrett, Randy Kawata, Hipolito Lujan, William Mattenklodt, John Rendon, Keith Rossman, Jeff Robert Small. Graphics -- Ann Buchholz, Lisa Dalbey. Health Cluster - Susan Beber, Julie Klor, Barbara Olson, Karren Reich, Cindy Ritchey, Cynthia Thompson. Lab testing - Mike Figal, Jack Hager, Rex Metcalf. Sportscraft engines -Michael Armes, Steve Bowman, Danny Daniels, Scott Dees, Doug Harrington, Russell Held, Calvin Lohnes. Peter Mrdjenovich, Edward Orin, Shawn Sanner, Dale Specht. Welding -- Rick Alvarado, Dave Andolsek, Patrick Andrews, Allen Belcher, Allen Boston, Roger Frank, Vernon Gantt, Larry Gruenwald, Mark Hansen, Ron Harper, Keith Knight, Kenneth Lange, Bob Richardson, Bruce Sandau, Steve Schrcibougel, Jerry Schutt, John Williamson. City traffic accidents injure eight persons (UHS students honored Weld County Ambulance attendants and Greeley police HUMMINGBIRD FEEDERS FRANK'S SEED HATCHERY 709 10th St. 352-1096 COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE · Major Overhaul · Engine Tune-up · Brake Service · Body, Paint and Automotive Glass We Service Any Make of Car Using Only Genuine Parts -- Expert Mechanics -WARREN-BUNTING MOTOR CO. Eaton, Colo. Ph. 454-2591 were kept busy during the weekend with several traffic accidents in the city, in which eight persons were injured. At 8:35 p.m. Saturday, cars driven by Joy Yvonne Richardson, 2632 Mountair Lane, and Ardith Michals, 127 N. 23rd Ave.. Ct., collided at the intersection of 20th Street and 28th Avenue. Two persons in the Michals car were taken to Weld-County General Hospital, where they were treated for minor injuries and released. The victims were identified as Jennifer Dawn Kerbel, 1, 2305 24th St. Rd., and Susan Lynn Daily, 19, Oakland, Iowa. The Richardson car received $2,500 damage, while damage to the Michals car damage was set at 51,800. Cars driven by Christine Ruth Nasisse, 1811 14th Ave., and Rosie Martinez, La Salle, collided at 6:50 p.m. Saturday at U.S. 85 by-pass and 18th Louise Street, and injured passengers in the Nasisse car. Treated at Weld County General Hospital and released was Molly Marie O'Connell, 9, 1811 14th Ave. Another passenger in the Nasisse car Injured was Arthur Lewis was Charles Gonzaies, 21, Wayne, 48, and Sharon I. unknown address, who received minor injuries and was not treated at the hospital. The Nasisse car received $500 damage, while the Martinez car damage was set at $400. In a three-car accident at 1:45 p.m. Saturday at 8th Avenue and 22nd Street, two injured persons were treated by their private doctor. ATTENTION Former Johnstown G.W. Sugar Employees laid off or transferred after March 31st. LOCAL 1065 DINNER AND DANCE Greeley -- June 10,1977 Registration Deadline June 3 for further info call: 587-2574 587-4911 356-7286 356-2279 Chess tourney slated Chess players in Weld County with the number registering in are invited to participate in a each group, rating improvement and prize All participants must provide tournament to start Thursday their own chess sets. Clocks are evening at the Greeley Com- not required; but those desiring munity Building, 701 10th St. to play by clock must furnish The tourney, a five-rounder, their own. All registrants will will have one round played on play five rounds with winners five successive Thursdays, playing winners and Swiss pairing system will be playing losers. used, all games will be played Les Ward will be tournament by Henry Allen Spencer, 2036 in the upper dining room. director. He will be assisted by j s t Ave., collided at 12:49 p.m. The Greeley Chess Club is the Mike McDonald. For further Sunday at 23rd Avenue and 20th sponsor. Registration will start information, call 352-0449. street, at 6:30 p.m. and end at 7;15, with the first round scheduled for 7;30 p.m. There will be two classes: rated and unrated. Any unrated player can register for the rated section and drop back to the unrated section after suf- Wayne, 36, both of 3907 Grand Canyon. The Wayne car received $250 damage. The other cars were driven by Bobby Mease, Kansas City, Mo., $50 damage, and Margarita Joe Villanueva, 1800 1st St., $400 damage. A 12-year-old boy was treated at the hospital and released after the bicycle he was riding and a car collided at 11:35 a.m. Saturday at llth Street and 22nd Avenue. The boy was identified as Michael Wayne Salser, 12, 1442 27th Ave. The driver of the car was Violet Hope Hamilton, 1820 llth St. : Samuel W. Lewis III, 23, Douglas, Wyo., suffered minor injuries which did not require losers emergency medical care when his motorcycle and a car driven By JULIE WEAVER UNC News Service Intern Forty-five University High School students have received recognition for either excellence in academic areas or for 'displaying outstanding leadership qualities. The award winners were chosen by the UHS faculty. Those receiving academic awards are the top students in the particular area of study. Those receiving leadership awards were recognized for outstanding service to the school. The outstanding art students are: Judy Conner, freshman; Karen Oppelt, sophomore; Helen Larson, junior; and David Conner, senior. Noted for excellence in business were: Pam Koplitz, freshman; Geri Nieters, sophomore; Lori Archibeque, junior; and Brenda McNerhey, senior. Recognized for achievement in English were: Jim Witwer, freshman; Geri Nieters, sophomore; Rachel Krafft and fering one defeat. Rated players are limited to the one section. Registration fee is 51.50 per person with all money used in the prize fund. Prizes in each group will be in accordance from the CARROLL RIGHTER INSTITUTE DlSlIflTER Open Daily 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday I0a.m.-6p.m. Every Tuesday Is Day at Gibson's Bring Your Coupons to Gibson's n Tuesday and We WiSI Give You TWICE THE VALUE OFF Our Everyday Low Prices This offer is good on manufacturer's coupons only. Coupons from other stores will nol be accepted. Cigarette coupons are also excluded. "Free" coupons redeemable at face value only Sale Items NOT Included FORECAST FOR TUESDAY, MAY 31,1977 GENERAL TENDENCIES: It may be necessary to consider making adjustments in your personal affairs. You need assurance from loved ones. Put more credence in action than in promises. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 191 A business associate provides you with valuable information, so make the most of it. Some good news may be in the offing. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You want to accomplish much now, but don't bite off more than you can chew. Think along more practical lines. GEMINI (May 21 to June 211 Consider a trip or change of scenery in the near future, but first check budget and available cash. MOON CHILDREN {June 22 to July 21) Settle important issues without further ado. Then turn to new plans and ideas. Forget about the past. LEO (July 22 to Aug. .21) Financial snarls can be straightened out if you finish what you start. Avoid unnecessary spending until you know where you stand .moneywise. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Don't be lured by the easy way out of a dilemma facing you. Give careful thought to the problem before you act. Don't discard receipts. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Heed the advice of a bigwig and avoid loss of cash and prestige. Take no chances where health matters are concerned. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Improve and modernize abode as far as is practical. Have the sense to turn down something you do not like or want. Be wise. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Cooperation works both ways, so try to get along better with coworkers. Don't make decisions on the spur of the moment. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A new friend you met might be a deterrent to you in business. Think carefully before you decide to deepen this relationship. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Give more time to loved ones and increase happiness. Keep your cool with one who annoys you. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Show your gratitude in tangible ways to those who have helped you in the past. Tackle a new project with assurance that it will succeed. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he or she will he a go-gctler, provided you send to schools where the most progressive type of education is given. Stress religious and ethical training. Also the appreciation of music, and the cultural. "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! ©1977 McNaught Syndicate, Int.) SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI) Americans who miss hamburgers during their travels can now get them in this Chilean capital. A U.S.-style hamburger joint opened recently in the heart of Santiago, offering milkshakes, and french fries in addition to the classic American specialty. Barb Shields, juniors; and Lori Jensen, senior. Chosen as outstanding home economics students were: Christy Montgomery, freshman; Nicki Glaser, sophomore; Becky Bowser, junior; and Rhonda Traber, senior. The outstanding · industrial arts students are: Eric Aas, freshman; Russ Toews, sophomore; Steve Decker, junior; and Mike Gadeken, senior. Top mathematics students are: Jim Witwer, freshman; Nicki Glaser, sophomore; Rachel Krafft, junior; and Paul Fisher and Doug Freemyer, seniors. Noted for excellence in music were: Jim Wilson, freshman; Pat Stoffler, sophomore; Karol Mickens and Stephanie Koplitz, juniors; and Scott Richards and Bob Rusch, seniors. Recognized for superior work in science were: Eric Aas, freshman; Phil Bachenberg, sophomore; Rachel Krafft, junior; and Doug Freemyer, senior. The outstanding social studies students are: Bryan Tointon, freshman; Greg Koch, sophomore; Jan David, junior; and Larry Sage, senior. Awarded for achievement in theater arts were Jenny Inglis and Jill Droegemueller. Both are seniors. Freshman class leadership awards were given to Gayle Schweers and Jim Witwer. Honored as .sophomore class leaders were John Mitchell and Kim Reinert. Junior class leadership awards were presented to Regina Huerter and Bernadette Reinert. Recognized as the senior class leaders were Monica Cooper and David Mitchell. Student council special awards were awarded to Larry Nuckols and Dan Schumacher^ David Mitchell and Jane Fisk received the outstanding student awards. Highway 85, La Salle 284-5119 WELD COUNTY PET ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION Low Cost-Spaying, Neutering and Vaccinations. 353-0812 AUTO GLASS For All Cars A M GLASS 624 13th SI. Ph. 352.4248 Here's A Chance To Earn Some Extra Summer Spending Money. The Greeley Tribune is offering to Weld County Youth, 12 to 16 years old, the opportunity to advertise through -- FREESUMMERJOBADS! 1IOWORDMAXIMUM) FOR STUDENTS AGES 12 TO 16 LIVING IN WELD COUNTY Students must come in person fo the Tribune Classified Office with their ad prepared. A ten word ad will run FREE tor 3 consecutive days, June 2, 3,4. Ads must be received at the Tribune Otfice by Noon, June j for the second week's Insertion.

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