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Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, June 15, 1957
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Page 2 Saturday. June 15 .W oman a fie Marjoric Sniilli Inspires Parlies MUs Marjoric Smith, uho will become the bride of Dclbcrt Tu- land Sunday afternoon it 3 o'clock at the First Congregational church, has been (tied at a number of pri- nuplial parties. A miscellaneous k h o u t r was civ en f t the Country club by JIrs Ix-un- ard Lamb, Mrs. Italph NoKsinscr nn'l Mrs. Marion Harmon The centerpiece was of yellow and pale rrccn daisies /md carnations. Mrs. Karl Smith, mother of the bride- to be, was a special pucst. Attending the party were the Mr.uUmti Jack Wells. (U-orge Ilimbarscr, M a r t i n Field, Ilichard Nolan, C. II. Anderson, Clair Romerville, James Shelton. Doral Jlillcr. Warren Terry, Itay Ruck- rr, Ellis Starbuck. Richard Illake and Harold Helton. Mesdames Ilalph Cottincham, James Maiey, Oscar New. Ilyron Hatch, Norman Dean, I»n Tittle, Art Stanley, Roy Johnson. Miss Marcia CottinRham and Miss Klyie IMfke. Unable to attend were Mrs- rhmej Glen Porter, M i k e Meyer, C. II. Ilamsey, Chauncey Patterson. Stanley Smith, Caroll Harris William Hopkins, F r a n k Ilercer, Itusscll Hibbert, K a r l A d a m s and Percy Odle. The trousseau coffee was bold at the Smith home, north rt Greo- Icy, Wednesday from 9:30 until 12:JO o'clock. Guests were prccted liy Mrs. Smith and Marjoric. llos- tcseses were Mrs. Um Tittle. Mrs. Carl Mossbers. Mrs. Ed Smith and Mrs. Hudy M a r i c h . Pouring were Mrs. Gilbert Fulenwider. M r s . Italph Noffsinscr and Mrs. Marion Harmon. The rehearsal dinner was an event of Friday evening at the Grceley Country club. Twenty-six vicic present. Hosts for the a f f a i r \vere the (room's parents, Mr. and Mr«. Frank Toland of Denver. U'ar MolhcrsJlenr Convention Report Greeley chapter o f ' W a r Mothers met Tuesday in the educational Imildins of the First Methodist church. This was the last session until September. I^ona Mason, president, was in charge. Roll call was answered by 22 members. Report of the convention at Mont- Tose was Riven by Mrs. Narnic 1'urdy. Mrs. Purdy and Mri. Gladys Ilelcher w-ere the delegates attending from the local chapter. Others present were Mesdames Unnic Cunningham and Cora I*af. past presidents, Mrs. Mason and Christ i n e MacDon.iell. The chapter was honored by having one of its members, Mrs. Ix-af, elected state president. Mrs. Belcher (lav* a report on the i;ie and care of the Hag. A skit u a s presented by Mrs. Cunning- Mrs. Purdy and Mrs. Mason. Mesdames Merle Dark. Myrtle ll.iilcy. Cecil Severin, Cora I,eaf and. hdcher will serve cake and (for at the VA hospital, Denver, J u n e 29. Members of the chapter w i l l have n picnic at Hand G r n v r park at r.onn June 2.V Kach one is to bring * covered dish and table service. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS National Secretaries Sponsor Fashion Show ·**·«··«···········»··· I · Manicure Sets · Brush Sets · Travel Books · Writing Cases (in-eley chapter of the National Secretaries association sponsored a fashion show this week at the (iri-eley Community building. Pictured here arc the models: Left to right, back row, Alice Ycdcr, Ixirene Mcndenhall, Cary Clough and Marilyn Walters, members of the association; Meme Hyrd. daughter of Mr. and Mri. Clarence Ityrd, and Diane Frascr, daughter of the Don Frasers; and on the pedestal, Joan Harris, daughter of the Verne Harrises; Judy Flagle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Flagle; and Stephanie Burg, daughter of the Stephen Burgs. Tables were set for 75 guests. The clothei were from the Fash- Jon Bar and featured iportswear, night and casual wear and party dresses for tiny toti, lubteens, teenagers and women. During intermission, F.laine Tsuchimoto, daughter of the Mickey Tsuchimotos, entertained with a Japanese dance and in Japanese, sang Three Coins in the Fountain. FJaine was dressed in n a t i v e costume. Fruit punch and cookies were served by the National Secretaries. The proceeds from the show will go to the scholarship f u n d . Kach y e a r , the Greeley chapter awardi a scholaship to a senior girl in a school in Wrld county. It entitles here to a year's tuition at Colorado State College. Carolyn Jane Greenup. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Greenup of Katon. a 19.'7 graduate of Katon high, received the award this year. Photo by Jim Van Slyke. Rose liepp Is feted at rre-Nuplial Party Rose Repp was feted at a show- e r Wednesday in the basement of St. John's Lutheran church. Miss Repp and Don lleberline will be veil S u n d a y at St. John's. Hostesses for the personal shower were Ailrne Schlagel, Dixie Howard. F.ileen Steinmeti and Sonya M a a c Heart-shared centerpiece rm the gift table was t r i m m e d in pink and aqua, three the bridal attended. colon. Twenty- Society Calendars MONDAY-A n n u a l vacation Bible school. First ll.iptist c h u r c h , 9 tn 11:30; June 17-28 G r a n d m o t h e r s . M r s . R e i s Smith. 2119 Eighth avenue, picnic. National Secretaries. Faculty hall, f o r m a l dinner, 6:30; installation and initiation. Townscnd No. 1, electric lounge, 2:00. Sigma Upsilon a l u m n a e . Mrs. II. T. Ise, Lucerne, picnic, 6:30. TUESDAY-- Oklahoma Doctor Weds Ruth Lowe Miss Ruth E. Lowe of Oklahoma City, Okla.. d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ix)we of 1730 Montview road, became the bride of Dr. Howard L. Nash Friday afternoon in the St. Luke's Methodist church of Oklahoma City. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nash of Chickasha, Okla. Dr. W. McFerron Stowe officiated at the double ring ccremony witncssed by relatives and close friends. A l l a r decorations for the 3:30 o'clock service were prAvidcd by two seven-branched candelabra w i t h w h i t e tapers, centered by a floral arrangement of w h i t e gladiolus and asters. M r s . K v r r c t t L. Curtis was organist. She plaed selections from Grieg preceding the ceremony, the traditional wedding marches and incidental music throughout the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a street length s h r a t h of w h i l e embroiderer Italian cotton. She had wmte accessories ;i.d carried a w h i t e orchid with f. Mrs. Howard L. Nish, rh. formtr Miss Ruth E. Lew*. Soroptimist. Tea House, (1:30; installation of officers X - K t t e j . Mrs. Austin S l n n e m a n . , 1SJI Fourteenth street, b r e a k f a s t . ' _ "' jhovvcn of stepha~ctis on l'.ible. Happy Hour Club Welcomes A'cir Member Happy H o u r club's meeting Thursday evening was at (he home of Mrs. Owen Pottrr, 1110 Seventh avenue. Thirteen members attended and three guests, Miss Mary » h i t e | S c h u m a c h e r , Mrs. Jessie Mitchell "'"'· and Shawn Timothy Carey. Matron of honor -*as the bride's' Mitchell joined the club. Mrs. 8:30. CP club, CP Center. 0 00. M a k e Do Hobby club. Mrs. Harold Croissant. 5M T w e n t y second .street, 7:30. Will), Mrs. Don Moody, west ol Greeley; Mrs. M a r g a r e t Hen neck assisting. Wyatt HI), Mrs. Alln'rt Taley a r n a , east of Ault. Townsend No. 5, electric lounge. 7:30. P l e a s a n t Valley. Mrs. K S Frantz. covered dish hincheon; meet at 9:30 Scott. Kan. She *as attired in a of candy pink col'r.n with navy olue and w h i t e accessories. Her corsage was of white feathered ruinations. Itiilurd Hall ol Tulsa, O k l a , »a« best man I'suerinc were E. B. F e r g u s o n 'ml Wntkini. The bride's mother wore a n.ilu- ral silk s h a n t u n g with n a v y blue accessoues. The groom's i n n t h r r Roll call was something pertaining to a bride. A report was made on the tour cf Macys. w h i c h proved most educational. Forty-five took part. The annual picnic will b* June 30 in the backyard of the Michael Carey home, 1821 Seventh avenue. The a f f a i r hecins at 5:30 p m. The club will furnish the ice cream and coffee. Each member is to bring a fried chicken, covered dish and ,r a beige afternoon frr.cV. llot.'i. , 0 m r t h i n g cold to drink. had redid r i r s - g e : . I The bylaws were read for A dinner party was held in the | benefit of the new member. the ,,,.,, ,i ,*» . .... at home of | Arrant at the liednud Tea Iloom. j Mrs. T. J. Sughroue furnished the Mrs Wallace Hopkins to go t o - i Thp couple will »penl a week in i gift fnr the flower prize, w h i c h was ' l i n t Springs, Ark. After July 1 won hy Mrs. Potter. The hostess t h e y will be at home at 1K N o r t h - [ p r o v i d e d bunco as the entertain- east Twenty seventh .street, O k l a - . m r n t . Ilich went to Mrs. Ellwood gether. SI. Clare's guild, Parish hall of T r i n i t y Episcopal c h u r c h , dinner. 6:30. First Presbtcrian Circle Seven. Mrs. George Dean. 2M1 Fifteenth Avenue court; Mrs. William Monk assisting, 7:30. Trinity Lutheran Circle Four. Mrs. Robert lleinick, 517 l i Tenth homa City. The former Miss I,ovte was graduated from Colorado State University. She is staff d i e t i t i a n at the O k l a h o m a Medical Research foundation. Nash was g r a d u a t e d from the U n i v e r s i t y of Oklahoma and t h e - x c x l merlin;; Smith and low to Mrs. Bill Dalton. Mrs Ollie Eubank received a wed ding a n n i v e r s a r y gift from her secret pal. Mrs. Potter was assisted in serving refreshments by her mother, Mrs. Smith, and Miss Schumacher. is June 27 w i t h June Special KM.IOTTS SATIN LATEX Rubber-tiled flit vrlll paint. Quick dry. noil er brush en. White ind col- Quart -I TA $1.69 .... I.UU (iallun 0 OC Krgular $3.80 __ 0.30 MOFFAT'S 1115 8th A v f . Phone 3I» C l c i c d Saturday Afternoons F e l l o w - h i p I ' r a v r r croup. M r s . , I ' n i v e r s i t y of O k l a h o m a M e d i c a l , M r v i,| S c h u m a c h e r . 1IM Tenth school. He w i l l begin a m e d i c a l in-1 5 t r ,. r t. Hull call will he a f a v o r i t e t r r n s h i p at the Vniversity of O k l a - ' [lower. I homa Medical center in July. j . . Mad Hatter's Party Knjoyed by \cwcoincrs Fn-d Weber. IMS N i n t h avenue, 9.30 a.m.; note c h a n g e of time. Mrs. I'ctc h'eit Is Honored on Hirllidail M r s . F.lmvr Moore of 1121 N i n t h | EATON C A L E N D A R street was hostess Wednesday to SATURDAY-- Eaton Calendar Council four of the the Fru-ndly llirthil.iv eluh. The b i r t h d a y of M r s . Pete Kelt w a s r s e r v e d . Twelve memlx-r^ a t t e n d e d and t w o K u c l * . M r s . WilU-rt Ilostron nf M e m p h i s , Tt'nn., d a u g h t e r of Mrs. C h a r l e s I.. l ) e r k c n , and M r s . Don K e m p of K a r m e r v i l l e . I.a., mother of Mi-l K e m p . Mrs. K e m p Tl'KSDAY-- was brought to the m e e t i n g by hfr Ttotary club, d a u z h t c r - i n law. ! room. Cam*-- u^r*. ^ U j r . t _ u i l h n r i / l won by M r s . Foil and Mrs. Hostron Ann Doherly IB Honored at Shower A miscellaneous bridal ihower wai fiven recently at the Blui Flame room in honor of Ann Doherty who will become the bride of Richard Flot Sunday it 2 o'clock In the Holy Family church of Iloehne. The evening wai ipent playing fames. Hostesses were Mri. Jack llet- linger and Mrs Adam Glei. Miss Doherty was assisted In opening her gifti by Mrs. Tom ilolman. Attending were the grandparents, Mri. Henry Flot and Mri. George Giei of Fort Morgan; Mri. Fred Flot, mother of the groom. Mesdames Frank White, John Floth, Charles Miller, David Kreps and daughter, Harold Herbst, Con Herbst. Paul Bret- h»uer, John Walter, Reuben Stroh, Lester Stroh, Sol Schlagel and Ver lyn, Fred Brethauer. Paul Flot, George Flot and Shirley, Tom Hoi- man, Henry Printi and Gita Hoffman. Sending gifts but unable to attend were Mesdames Harry Kinler of Newark, Calif., Bob Saunders, J. C. Hohnstein, Kenneth Mackey of Gill, Bill Ley, Roy Kohler, Henry Reinich, Conrad Herbst, Charley Carey, Adam Bruntz and Ted Schissler and Miss Mary White. Mrx. Lloyd Rumsey Has Gilcrcst Garden Club Gilcrest Top 0' the Mornin' Garden club held its June meeting with Mrs. Lloyd Rumsey. Preceding the business session, the hostess served coffee and rolls. Mrs. Wilraer Lewis, vice president, was in charge in the absence of Mr«. A. L. McClay, president. Mrs. Al Nesom, project planning chairman, reported that she, Mri. Ollie Belcher and Mrs. McClay on May 29 had let out verbenai, tal- via, alters and snapdragons plants between the tulips and in bare spots in the flower garden at the Town Pump site. Nesom hai don- nated posts to put in. around the site and will mow the weeds which are between the plot and the highway. Mri. Royal McLeod, club photographer, accompanied the president to the Northern District convention of Garden Clubi which wai held in Boulder in May. She reported that for the second time in two years, the local club won the blue ribbon for having Uie best yearbook. The club also won the white ribbon and honorable mention for their icrapbook. This ii a distinct honor as the club it not yet two yean old and hai only been represented at two conventions. The committee responsible for the attractive and informative yearbook was Mri. Lewis, Mrs. Belcher, Mri. Henry Ulrich and Mri. Carl Linden. Mri. Earle Coon reported on the floral arrangement clinic which was held in Greeley recently. Seven member! of the club attended. Members who attended the class were able to put into practice many of the ideas gained at the meeting when they were invited to arrange the floral decorationi for the Gilcrest Aid anniversary tea and for the commencement at the local school. Official membership pins were distributed to the memberi. The group voted to fine members a dime if they attend regular meetings or garden club affairs and do not wear their pins. Mrs. Virgil Lorenz and Mrs. Linden, co-chairman for the flower show, announced the chairmen and some of the plans. The show, Fall Fantasy, will be held Tuesday, Aug. 20. in the old gym in Gilcrest. A tea is planned for the afternoon when the judging will be completed. The committee announced the following chairmen: hospitality, Mrs. McClay; publicity, Mri. Mrs. Mri. John Cymanski; awards, Mri. Lewis; tea. Mri. Belcher; and invitations, Mrs. Nesom. The memberi decided to limit entries to local garden club members this year and to have an accredited judge. Mrs. Cymanski, librarian, gave brief rejumei of books and pamphlets which may be purchased through the librarian F.leven me.-nben answered roll call by naming their newest- annual. The program was presented by Mrs. Ulrich, whose topic w a i What's New in Gardening. She Pictured at Headquarters at Brownie Dav Camp Pictured at headquarters of the Brownie How- Wow Day camp are six itaff members, who contributed much to the luccesi of the fifth annual affair. Standing are, left to right, Mrs. Waldo Boehner, eo-direetor; Mr«. Harry Cameron, director; and Mri. Douglas O. Kern, camp nurse and first aid consultant. Seated are, left to right, Mrs. Don Fine, who directed the games and songs; Joyce Boehner. daughter of the Waldo Bochners, a junior assistant; and Mrs. Leo Kohrig. camp businesi manager. They are gathered around thi bulletin board at headquarters. The board is centered with a covered wagon in keeping with tht theme, Early American Era,.and surrounded by the lapel pins of each of the 19 units. Photo by Jim Moore. New Officers Preside at Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Reese Wilkinson, new president of American Legion aux iliary, and her officers presided at the first meeting since installation Thursday evening at the Region home. It was the last for the season. Reports of the department convention at Sterling last Friday, Saturday and Sunday were given by Mrs. Clarence Murch, Mrs. Harold Basey, Mrs. Herman Diekman and Mri. Wilkinson. The 1958 conclave will be held in Greeley. Mrs. II. 0. Rinearson reported on the number of hours which the junior auxiliary members spent at the cemetery assisting in placing the poppy wreaths on the crosses on the graves of veterans for Memorial Day. Refreshments were served after adjournment by the hostess committee: Mrs. E. 11. Becker, chairman, Mrs. Robert Widlund, Mrs. S. S. Trent and Jsnct McWilliams, a junior auxiliary member. The first meeting in the fall will be Sept. 12. 11 At lend Meeting of Worthwhile Workers Coon; horticulture exhibits, MeLeod; arranging entries, I Welcome Wacon Newcomers held ' t h e i r mad batter's party Wedncs- R o c k y j , | j V lt | nf Country eluh. Formerj tl .....,j _;...,,,,. ,,»·(,. ,,»,,..,.. ,,,,. M o u n t a i n Rccion of International ! n( .; vcomrrs a n d ^ jo , nrd in the ' ^"^.n , andIlidMu? Toastmistresses. f i n a l me. t i n s ; ( 0 « t i v i t i e s ,«, petunias and Rladiolus. for 19.V.S7. W i s c m s r e s i s l r a l i o n . | ]la|( pf ,,, (h 3 (f», c o m m u n i t y h a l l ; n i m o r , : S: « v sewing. ' I cor w e r e worn. Fotxl. cardenmn. The July meeting will be with color and d e - ' M r J . Coon'wilh Miss Florence John- MOXDAY- Ixiyal Ilchckah lodge. Severin's tea son assisting. The program will be Order of K.aXern Star; election of o f f i c e r s . N e x t u n i t i n g is July 10, 1 :,n WF.DNKSDAY-- n'clnek v v i i h M r C'hrii M o v i e r , f - l t C i v i c Association d i n n e r . Sev- K l e v e n t h avcmie. enn's. i I t o a l Neichlxirs lodce. TllfliSDAY- I'olorado R u r a l Letter Carries convention, three day c o n v e n t i o n . laundry, baby care and building were f e a t u r e d in some of the t h e m e s . Mrs. F.lmer Johnson's hat. a miniature house w i t h power lines and toy f u r n i t u r e d a n c h n g from the b r i m , won first prize. Mrs. James j Fowler w a s second w i t h a pretty' I.OS ANGF.I.KS .P -- A w o m a n pink flowered bonnet. Third p r i z e ' w h o divorced her architect hu»- went to Mr?. Regis Dailey. whose 1 band on grounds, of extreme hat was decked w i t h balloons. Mrs. cruelty is going to give him $1,200 F. W. Nral received the eluh prize, a month for the next 10 years to on pixie floral arrangements. The members are to take small containers and small flowers for arranging. Husband Gets Alimony Mri. Kenneth Benson of north- cast, of Greeley entertained 11 members of the Worthwhile Workers HD club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Don Uhrich and Mrs. Lee Roy Goldsmith received the auction packages and Mrs. Wayne Wirn Wilkinson, the mystery' package. During the afternoon, members worked on hobbies. A report was made en Achievement day which was attended by five members of the club. Next meeting will feature a lesson in basket weaving by Mrs. Jerold Barnctt. Mrs. Harvey Bernhardt, northeast of Greeley, will be hostess July 10 when the club picnic will be held. Mrs. Roy Smith Is Hoittn to WCTU WCTU hostess Wednesday at the electric lounge was Mrs. Roy Smith Twenty-one memberi were present. Two chapters of the study book. The Way of Sobriety, by 20 Ktnntfh Cocks Visit Htrt from San Diego Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Cook of San Diego, Calif., left Thursday morning after spending two weeki here. They visited his parenti, Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Cook of 1615 Eighth avenue, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ostcr of 523 Fourteenth avenue. They also spent tome time with Cook's brother. I. G. Cook, and family of Milliken and with her sister, Mri. John Hemple. and brother, Herman Oster, and families of La Salle. On their way home, the Cooks planned to sightsee along the southern route. Cook ii employed at an electrician at Convair Aircraft company. Deanery Council Has Organizational Meeting Organizational meeting of the Grceley Deanery Council of Catholic Women was held in Newman hall Thursday. Presiding was the newly elected president, Mrs. Harry Rosling. The. Rev. Robert Hoffman addressed the meeting, outlining various objectives of the deanery and urging a more spiritual understanding of its purposes. Represented at the meeting were 10 of the western region towns, Fort Lupton, Brighton, Plattcville, Brush, Frederick, Keenesburg, Ault, Eaton, Roggcn and Grceley. Guests included eastern regional president, Mrs. Laura Lindgrcn of Holyoke, and the Rev. Maurui Zal- obitzky. OSB. of Frederick. Luncheon was served at the Tea House. ' Mtrry Maidtnl Maki Many Plans Merry Maidens 411 club met Monday afternoon at the home of Jcancttc Krieger, 2127 Seventeenth street. Seven members answered roll call and iang the 4 H song. Reports on the progress of their projects were given by the girls. Recreation was discussed. Members will have a niener roast this month. For a money making project, the girls will hold a bake sale June 22 at 10 a. m., at Ideal Mar- were Drink or Not to Drink and Mind the First Step. The group was given the challenge of ending the year with one more member than last year. Eleven new members were enrolled in two months. Following the benediction, the group enjoyed a social time and refreshments. The July m e e t i n g place will be announced. Mri. Roy Sattlty Is Social Do:»n Hosttss Social Dozen hostess Friday was Mn. Roy Sattley of 2322 Ninth j street. Eleven members attended. Luncheon appointments were in red and white. [ The afternoon was spent s e w i n g 1 and visiting. Next meeting U July 12 w i t h M r s . ' E. C. Harrah of 1719 Thirteenth | street. This w i l l be a coffee at 9.30 a.m. i Golfers Play Scotch Foursome Tournament A Scotch fourtome tournament wai played Tuesday morning by members of the Wo-nan's GoU association of the Country club. Fifty-four took part. Scoring i net of 40 were Edna Wells and Helen Wheeler; Maurine McMillen and Rhcta Harmon; and Ruth Martin and Mary Betz. A net of n wai made by Jennie Hagan and Mary Frank; Esther Rotthaus and EUie Williams; and Margaret Houtcheni and V'clma Wilson. A putting tournament was played last week. Winners in the first flight were Betty Brown, first; Marellt Kingsbury, Maxine Eichcnberger, Bcv Davis, Gerry King and Vclma Wilson, tied for second and third. In the tecond flight, Shirley Blake 1 was first. The third flight resulted in a tie for first and.second between Dorothy Hill, Agnes Fuerst and Elsie Williams. Faye Lair was first in fourth flight; and Jane Sumner and Helen .Wheeler tied for tecon'd. Next Tuesday, an iron tournament will be played, with teeoff at 8:30 a.m. Luncheon will N served at 12:15 o'clock. Eden Was 60 Tuesday BROADCHALKE. England IP Former Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden celebrated his 60ta birthday quietly Tuesday at his wife's country cottage, where hi is recuperating from a serious abdominal operation. SAVE SAFELY and corn more money on your dollars . . . clergymen we're 'reviewed' Thev[ k c '- Food aliments were made. ' ' Jeanette gave a demonstration on the preparation of lettuce and carrots. She then served refresh-! ments. ' ! June 17 meeting will be at 2 p.m. with Carolyn Johson, 1733 Seventeenth avenue. S»minole Indians in the Florida Fvcrplades can predict hurricanes as much as a month in advance. They can't explain it, but w e a t h e r bureau records show they are mostly correct. Send check or Phone for Focts TODAY 33 Years of Success · First Industrial Bank gth Avenue at flth Street Crtttiy, Colorado OPEN DAILY 1:30 to 5:30 PIONEER Cleaners · i Distinctive Dry Cleaning Service 2501 7th Ave. iWT Green Stamps Ph. 4103 DOG OWNERS Dog licenses become delinquent on July 1, 1957 Certificate of rabies vaccination must accompany application for license. C. (\ HtlNTKU of Police Following the judging of hats, bridge and canasta were played. Canasta w i n n e r s were Mrs. John l U o t h e l l and Mrs. Shirley Klady. help him in his career. "He his a great talent and should h a v e the opportunity to develop said Mrs. Juiianna C a m f i r l d hotel, Grceley. H11D.U- i Bridge w i n n e r s were Mrs. N. V. ' K c m p e r Beckett of William Suther- Silver t e a honoring retiring K j , ,, Kenneth Kohnkc. land Beckett Wednesday in court. rural m a i l carriers a n d w i v e s : | . ' . _ . . _ . _ . P u n c e r mom at the C a m f i e l d . O f f e r i n g to be added to Multiple Sclercsis fund. CRLCA banquet. Pioneer room, | 8:30. D i v t o n , Ohio, is the birthplace nf the airplane, cash register, electric s t a r t e r a n d a u t o m o t i v e ,, rtgulir priii. 7Sc d«ttn. Now, SOc. Btntln'i Fllw I in. Wttt Highway X. Ph. «!.- Ad». Wo "inghou$e BUILDING?' HEATER · E. H. HORTON PLUMBING HEATING CO. 718 Mh SI. T«l. J7MV Reed P. Adarmon WEEKLY .MEDITATION GOOD PAL, DAD liod Mess and krt-p jou, Paddy, d f a r . . . O n o u r «ppcial i!;iy . . . A n d may your heart be li.iri'.v In . . . Tb* b f t and h r i c h t f s i »a- . . . I t h a n k ycu fiir your l o v i n g i a r * . . . Your v a r r n «nd friendly umilf . . . A r i l f u r your r#nt1y g u i d i n g h.ti.J . . . A l o n n r a t h ra»»'nc mil** . . . Knr ill the (rood rom- ,*Jiip . . . And fun that I h a t * . . . And your forslf- ire a t t i t u d e . . . W h r n I h i v e m.itlf you *.id . . . I t h a n k you fnr ( h e daya a n d n l t M s . . . OI All t h f y t a r i t h a t j o u . . . Hai* worked to h a r d to brine me up . . . And m a k e my d r r a m i com* tnif . . . I IOIP you w i t h a r h t l d - l»h line . . . r n f ^ U U h and »in- *r* . .·. An\l all my p r a y r r i are a * k l n c (.od . . . To Mm yon. l U d d y d f a r . H. Rots A d am s o n M o r t u a r y 9th A»t. at Jth St. 24-Hour Ambulant* Smlci Phont 1636

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