Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1972 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, April 20, 1972
Page 19
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SO GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thurs., April 20,1972 Six More Announced In Rodeo Queen Race Six more candidates for queen of the 1972 Independence Stampede, Grecley's 50(h July ·1 rodeo celebration, have been announced by the Rodeo Committee. Six were announced Wednesday and five more will appear Friday. Final competition for the title will lake place Saturday at Island Grove Park with a winner, her lady-in-waiting and an alternate, expected to be named Saturday afternoon. The public is invited to sec (he 17 candidates in horsemanship competition Saturday. The six arc: Cindy Gilbaugh, 708 27th Avc., a student at the University of N o r t h e r n Colorado. T h e daughter of Ivan and M a r i a n Gilbaugh, she is sponsored by Gilbaugh Agency. Her interests and hobbies include horses, horseback riding, horse shows, gymkhanas, swimming, gymnastics and sports. Donna Grace, 2111 2Gtb Ave, a student at West High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Grace and is sponsored by Slim and Swim. Among her interests and hobbies are horses, painting, cooking, reading, band crafts, sewing, music, tennis and swimming. Debie Pearson, HI. 1, Kersey last year's lady-in-waiting. Miss Pearson is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Carl F. Pearson am is sponsored by the Well C o u n t y Mounted Sheriff's Posse. Her Imbbies are horse back ridig, sewing and reading Karen Rasmussen, Rt. 1, Ault, a student at Highland ligh School. She is the^ laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeorge Rassmussen and lists her lobbies and Interests as horseback riding, all kinds of snorts xl sewing. Diane Schwalm, Rt. 1, Lovc- and, a student at the University of Northern Colorado. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Schwalm and, lists ler hobbies and interests as wrsc showmanship and pcr- 'ormancc, piano, clarinet, read- ng and writing poetry. Twyla L. Stecklein, lit. 1, Aull, a student at Eaton High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stecklein and is sponsored by Dick's Excavating. She lists her bobbies and interests as horseback riding, horse judging, sewing and most outdoor activities. N a m e d Wednesday were Margee Sue Bibbey, Mary J. Brighi, Erin Brunelli, Patricia Lynn Copeland, Joy Christine Dudley a n d Eileen M a e Garrison. IRONTON, Mo. (AP) - A hunter found with a 24-pound torn turkey which officers said he shot the week before the opening of the h u n t i n g season was fined $1 per ounce. Magistrate Judge Fred At- woorf said he levied the $384 fine on Jess Tyndall, 54, because "this was Ihe first offender we've caught and we wanted to make an example 01 him." Girls Love Them, Men Hate Them and Stores Sell Them By JULIE FLINT Associated Presj Writer LONDON ( A P ) -- Europe's nost fashionable feet are up in the air--on stropped, stacked soles and haughtly high heels. Girls love · them. Men hale hem. Stores sell them by the imidreds. "They come in and they go right out," grinned a shop man- a g e r - i n London's Kings Road. '.Girls even like to wear them in the rain, open Iocs and all." The new fashions, reminiscent of the late '30s and early '40s, have caught . on clean across the Continent. Only Rome has refused to swallow the tall story. Parisiennes arc pacing the boulevards . in five-inch heels, rolled-up blue jeans and mul tislripcd socks. Londoners arc walking tall on platform shoes and bright wedge heels. Scandinavians have reached new heights with the latest imports. Heels also have gone to German heads. "Platform-type soles and heels have sold well," says Karl-hcinz Habcdcr, deputy manager of Frankfurt's fash ionable Prange-Bally store. "The medium height is the one prefered by ladies around 30, and those clumsy-looking ones look well on long and shapely legs of the young set." Dutch girls however, prefer Ihc clog to the heel, wearing them with jeans, apron dresses and skating rink minis. In one Amsterdam store, clogs ac- count for 1 a third of total sales. The slhpmest heels are at Icasl jn -inch: the thickest five or ix. Odd girl out. is Italy, where only foreign tourists are high )n heels. The new shoes are in :he shops, but Italian customers are holding back--apparently with one eye on the weather and the other on their menfolk. "Ugly, clumsy and impractical," said one Roman. "The ugliest things on two feet." French cafe table sources voice the same opinion. "Outrageous," said a youll: on the Left Hank. ''But perhaps funny as a fashion fad." And in London, the escort ol tall blonde model com plained: "We used to see eye to eye. Now I look her straight ir the chin." Girls agree that hcelsman-j ship presents a number of other! problems. A Swidish secretary found her four-inch shoes comfortable, but said they were impossible to walk in. She described her efforts as a "strutting kind of stumble." Another problem is price- high by European standards. In Paris, the new styles start at $23. In London, the average cost is almost $16. South Has Risen ATLANTA Ga. (AP) - The South HAS risen. Price tag on $10 Confederate bill in coin shop window: $15. Motorcyclist Dies in Mishap .FOIIT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) -- Donate Green Jr., 22, of Aspen, died Wednesday of injuries sultered Monday wlien lus motorcycle plunged into an irrigation ditch on the Colorado Stats University campus here, th« Stale Patrol said. Green died in Poudre Valley Hospital of head injuries. IT'S GREAT TO BE A GIRL LIBERATED, HIGH STYLED, PROUD, AND FEMININE sly!« fw «veryoot, evtry Decision : WORK, CLASS.SPECIAL DATE OR JUST TAKING IT EASY OTHER an 9th st. ·?;30-5:30 Diane Schwalm Twyla Stecklein Apollo 16 Timetable SPACK CliNTUH, Houston (AP) -- Apollo Ifi's timetable for today and Friday (all limes EST): TODAY 3.23 p.m.--While astronaut Thomas K. MaUingly II continues in lunar orbit aboard the command module Casper, as- ironauls John W. Young ami Charles M. Duke Jr. ignite lire rocket engine of Ihe lunar land- er Orion to descend to the lunar surface. 3:41 p.m.--Orion lands on the moon. 7:19 p.m.--Young and Duke open Orion's halch lo begin a seven-hour exploration of Ihe .lunar surface--with the first of EXPERT WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY LEW DAKAN Phone 352-7892 three outside ventures la include selling up an automatic scientific station and a two- hour trip in their lunar rover. V : I 3 p.m.--Start of a six hour, '17 minute telecast through use of a camera mounlcd on the rover bul turned off whenever the rover is moving. FRIDAY 2:18 a.m.--Lunar module hatch is cioscd to end Ihc first surface exploration. 2:2-1 a.m.--Sleep period begins in the command module. 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