Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 20, 1970 · Page 34
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elected president tor the 1970-72 administration during the diamond anniversary convention of the Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs at the. Ramada program of probationers refer- Inn May 11 and 12. Serving with her will be Mrs. Clifford J. Gobble of Brighton, first vice president; Mrs. Guy Elder Jr. of Estes Park, second vice president; Mrs. Vivian M. Chrislensen of Denver, third phone alert for older persons, ; -Cathy Griffith Rainbow To Install Advisor Cathy Griffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Griffith of Eaton will be installed as .. worthy advisor of Eaton Rainbow Assembly No. 4-1, 2 p.m. Sunday, May 24, at the Masonic Temple in Eaton. Miss Fort Collins Woman President Of CFWC: Elected in Greeley Mrs. Warren H. Leonard wis prizes to winning entries in the red by Jefferson County Court as well as a public symposium on drug abuse for which they received $300. Mesa Vista Woman's Club of Irand Junction organized a vice president; Mrs. Robert Shamburg of Burlington, recording secretary, and Mrs. Myer J. Friedman of Brighton, treasurer. The officers were Installed by Mrs. Earle A. Brown of Pittsburgh, Pa., president-elect of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, an organization of 11 million members throughout the world. Many cash awards and citation of merit highlighted the convention. Major awards resulted from the Shell Oil Education Contest facilities" and the Scars-Roebuck Founda- spending more than 400 hours n daily contact with senior citizens living alone, for which the club received $200. Tuesday Study Club of Wray assisted their new library with 'urnishings and reading mater- als, for which they were awarded $100. ; Estes Park Woman's Club and dation Community Improvement Contest. Paul E. Huber, Shell sales rep^ resenlative, and Mrs. James A. Skipp of Boulder presented Griffith is a graduating senior checks for the winning entries. at Eaton High School. No formal invitations to the open installation are being issued. All friends of fhe new worthy advisor and of the Order of Rainbow are invited. Gretchen Groves is the outgoing worthy advisor and club direcled their efrorts to . Mrs. Mildred Walek, supreme inspector of the order of Rainbow for Girls in Colorado Compass Woman's Club of Lakewood, for their leadership in establishing a residence hall for youthful offenders and for the counseling service on a one-to- one basis which they provided probationers from Jefferson County Court, received $500. Fort Collins Junior Woman's ward supplementing education for defective speech and hearing children in the public schools and supplied teaching aids anc and Mrs. Agnes McClure. grand """, s ^' . TM mm *. alus , a TM , , 1. . 'materials for them, for which A "" ' "·-'--' " -TM ex- they received $300. those Lakewood Woman's Club ex pressed their interest in mentally A reception will be given byiretarded children by aiding their the Advisory Board in the loweneducalion and purchase of spe deputy of District 12, peeled to be among present. temple after ceremonies. the installation Self-rising flour comes two ways: in one all-purpose flour is used, in the other cake flour is used. cial materials for the center for the retarded, which brought them a cheek of $200. James Starks, Denver Regional Director of Sears-Roebuck Foundation, and Mrs. Elmer Kehms of Aurora, presentee 'Love in Full Bloom' Is Theme For Foursquare Ladies Banquet "Love in Full Bloom" was theHeresled ladies are welcome to theme for the Mother-Daughler'the group's friendship, and may lommunlty Improvement Pro;ram. Again Compass Woman's Sub of Lakewood placed first 'or their volunteer counseling Fort ub Collins Junior each received. Woman's $50, the 'ormer for their library assis- .ance and the latter for iniliat- ng a children's garden in an area which lacked playground Two awards of $50 from the U.S. Department of Health for a Citizens Clean Air Community Action Program went to the Denver Regional Federation of 16 Clubs and the Montrose Woman's Club. Honor awards and citations for meritorious service were presented by U.S. Forest Service, CARE, National Foundation of March of Dimes, and Arthritis Foundation. Mayor Richard A. Perchlik, welcoming the convention, congratulated Federated clubwomen on their diversity of activities and admitted he could not find any silent majority among the active and vocal · leadership of Federated clubs in Greeley. Banquet of the United Foursquare Women of the Community Foursquare Church, in the Governor's Room of the Farm Fare Cafeteria. Mrs. Pete Ortega, chapter president, gave the welcome and prayer and Mrs. Loyal Weems. vice president, gave the "Get Acquainted" and the 1%9 report of activities. "To He Like Jc.sus" was sung by the group, under the direction of Mrs. Gilbert Romero. Mrs. George Workman of Loveland, guest speaker, spoke of the women and the empty vessels of oil as told in II Kings, Chapter 4. Mrs. F. Lee Arling- lon Jr. accompanied Mrs. II. Lester and Mrs. Bob Reimann, who sang "In Times Like These." After secret balloting by the ladies of the church, Mrs. Arlington was chosen "Mother of the Year" and Mrs. Romero "Daughter of the Year." They were presented with gifts from the group. To close the banquet, Mrs. David Ortega read the UFW Creed and gave the benediction. In keeping with the theme, tables were decorated in bright floral bouquets, with matching flowers on the programs and nulcups. A giant blossom was centered on the head table. The decorations were made by Mrs. David Ortega, Mrs. Weems, and Mrs. J. C. Dale. Foursquare Women meet the second Tuesday of each month, and are concerned with foreign and home missions projects. In- lelephone 352-0136 for additional information about the next meeting. Mrs, Warren H. L«mard September ^ride-elect Mr. and Mrs. George B. Carlon of Eaton announce the en- agement of their daughter, ·iscilla Marlene, to Harvey E. ozzens, son of Mrs. and Mrs. red Cozzens, also of Eaton. Both Miss Carlson and her ance are 1966 graduates of aton High School, and will be ·aduated next December from olorado State University. Plans are being made for a ept. 12 wedding. MARRIED IN GREELEY _ Mr. and Mrs. James L. Campbell were married at the First Congregational Church the evening of May 2, by the Rev. Paul Tiller. The bride is the former Lynda Kay Weimer, daughter of Mrs. Gottfried Weimer, 2724 Buena Vista Drive. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Campbell, 543 35lh Ave. Both bride and groom are graduates of Greeley West High School. They are now at home in Kirk. (Markay photo) Woman's Club Chorus Presents Program at Excelsis Meeting The combined Greeley Woman's Club Chorus presented the program for the Greeley Excel- sis Club May luncheon at the American Legion Club. Mrs. Le Triplett is the director and Mrs. Cecil DeBey is the accompanist. Excelsis Club members in the chorus are Mrs. Ralph Green, Mrs. William Patterson, Mrs. W. S. Brown. The chorus also includes Mmcs. John Carlson, Frank Peterson, Reuben Ehrlich, Delbert Wertz, Marvin George, Carrol] Forbes, Paul Stuart, Dick Lawrence, Andrew Hop, Norval Hinds, W. S. Rugger, Herman Bruxvoort and Marion Ruyle. Selections on the program were "Let There Be Music," Hold Regular Mrs. Lloyd Kricger was hostess at her home Thursday for a regular meeting of Calvary Baptist Church Ladies Group, with nine members present. Roll call was answered with a Mother's Day poem and Mrs. S;im Weber opened the meeting with a scripture reading. Members each gave Shirley Southard a birthday card in honor of her May birthday andj Mrs. Krieger then demonstrated" GREELEY INSURANCE WOMEN - Lola Richardson, third from left, presented a gavel to Pat Shull. right, newly-installed president of Greeley Insurance Women, during cere- Insurance Women and Bosses Meet for Installation of Officers Greeley Insurance Women andjlegislation; Beverly Nickal, con- their bosses met at the Greclcyistilulion and by-laws; Esther Country Club for an installation:Rotthaus, hostess; Lola Richardson, safety; Allyne Dupper, public relations; and Gwen Cra- monies at the Greeley Country Club. Allyne Dupper, left, and Gwen Craven are newly- elected board members. of new officers. Doris Gesford, president-elect for the Colorado Springs area, installed Pat Shull of McMillan Claim Service, Inc., as president; Elizabeth Anderson. Em- how to decorale a cake. Edith [ Miller received the door | Mrs. James Conrady pire Savings and Loan Associ- vicc president; publicity; Jewell Jinx Lall, ,... C. Royer Agency Inc., trcas- serve as hostess for the next!,, rcn nn d Q WOn craven of Fi- meeting, tt be announced. Hawks and Doves mmcial Programs Inc. and Allyne Dupper of Flood and Peterson Inc., board of directors. N'ew committee chairmen are ven, welfare. Ixila Richardson, past president, was the toastmistress for the evening. She donated a gavel to the club, which was presented, to Pat Shull. Don Ilupp of Lott Agency Inc. talked on "What Makes a Great Secretary?" For entertainment, Ruth Crossiant of llopkins- Lundy Insurors Inc. played oldj tunes on the piano and the group' joined in singing. elation; Mr. and Mrs. Don Bcggs and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hayden of Royer Agency Inc.; Bil" Askew, Harold Morehead ant Bob Scott of Askcw-Moreheac Agency; Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Noe of Noe Insurance Agency; Price Hopkins, Hopkins- Lundy Insurors Inc.; Mr. anc Mrs. James Sumner of Floot and Peterson Inc.; Mr. and Mrs Ivan Gilbaugh of Gilbaugh Agency, Robert Rotthaus o: Guarantee Mutual Life Com pany, and E. A. McMillan anc i Don (Service. The theme of McMillan Clain for Ihe evening was "The Greeley Centennial 1 and programs were shapec like a horse shoe and nut cup: were fashioned TEL AVIV (AP) -- Markcting'Elizabclh Anderson, member- . 0 . researchers after a public poll'ship: Eudora Wilson, educa-! s P rin g s f° r "Rosses Night" and Serving on the hostess com Guests coming from Coloradoj a | clothing ·\rinno frtr "Rnccfto MinVii" anrl n- · . after old lamps decor ated the tables and many of tin iwomcn wore dressed in ccnlonni 'All on a Golden Afternoon,' 'It's Spring," " Stout Hearted Men" and a medley of "Give Me Your Tired and Poor," "Pledge of Allegiance," and "This Is My lountry." . Mrs. Dale Thompson, chap ain, conducted a memorial for Mrs. Marguerite F.dgren, 'ormer member of the club. Mrs. E. C. Blazer of the Gree ey Woman's Club, presided a he installation of new officers Mrs. Donald Pettigrew, presi dent; Mrs. Lang Wagner, firs vice president; Mrs. Lesle lart, second vice president Mrs. Emmetl Savard, recording secretary; Mrs. Ted Sutler, cor responding secretary; Mrs. Will am Patterson, treasurer; am VIrs. Edgar Mussman, auditor Sach officer received a corsagi if turquoise carnations, the club flower. Chairmen of the standing committees, and committee members announced by the new president included Mrs. Muss nan, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs )onald Mackey, budget; Mrs larry Collins and Mrs. Davic Cropper, civic, with Mrs. Will ard Jones, Mrs. Marion Pearce and Mrs. Mussman; Mrs. Ed /iloff, courtesy, with Mrs xwell Straight, Mrs. Gene Svenson and Mrs. Jack Redus; Mrs. Charles Erdbruegger crapbook; and Mrs. Ivan Gillaugh, historian. Mrs. Lester Hart is chairman if membership and hospitality issisted by Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Dlmo Peterson and Mrs. Even- on; Mrs. Clifford Baker anc Urs. Peterson, printing; Mrs "arnes Barney and Mrs. Robert lammond, veterans; and Mrs IV. E. McMahan, publicity ffays and Means will be the re- iponsibility of Mrs. Emil Kump assisted by Mrs. E. L. Brown rfrs. Redus and Mrs. Jones tfrs. Harry Collins will be in charge of canceled stamps am eyeglasses; Mrs. 0. W. Long i he parliamentarian and Mrs Lloyd Carlson will be chairman of religious activities. Othe; chairmen include Mrs. Irvini \oal, international; Mrs. Dale Thompson and Mrs. Willarc Juirk, program; Mrs. McMa lan, legislative; Mrs. Mackey icalth and Cancer; and Mrs Green, GIRA. Department chairmen an Mrs. L. C. Nelson, conservation Mrs. J. P. Richard, home am education; Mrs. Donald Fine art literature and drama; Mrs Wayne Grant, music; Mrs Irving Root, international af 'airs; and Mrs. McMahan, legis lative. The Excelsis Club is continu ing to supervise parties fo residents of Boncll Retiremen community. Mrs. Lang Wagne read Mrs. McMahan's pre.s dent's report of accomplish ments. There will be a joint meetin of the old and new executiv boards at 9:30 a.m. on May 27 at the Northern Room, and th next regular meeting in Jun will be announced. among 1,200 Israelis reported Sl.tion; Jinx Davis, publicity; Jew- per cent considered thctnselvcs;el! Lall, ways and means; Car"hawks" and 22 per cental Council, pin, handbook and "doves." Thirty-two per cent-yearbook; Jinx Davis scrap- wavered. And the rest declined,book and courtesy; Gladys Cofi- 1o answer. irariy, social; Pauline Schrieber, Ihe officer installation wcre| m i[ tec was Eudora Wilson Billie Taylor, Jo Culbertson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rhoades. Guests from Greeley were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Holmes, Empire Savings and Loan Asso- Royer Agency Inc., chairman Esther Rotthaus of Guarantd Mutual Life Company; Rett; Wertz of Flood and Peterson Inc. and Jinx Davis. Visitor Record Set KXOXVILLE - Tcnncssc Valley Authority dams an steam plants had a record 12. million visitors in 1!)B9. a millio more than in 1968. This brough (he total of visitors to these ii slallalions through the years I more than 225 million. Wed., May 20, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 35 Whipped butter is intended rimarily for eating. It should ot be substituted for regular utter in recipes. Yogurt is a cultured rrnlk product that has a custardlikfc consistency. · · - . . - ' . Martar Photo .Priseilla Marlene Carlson Graduation Cards 807 8th St.. Phone 353-0246 HL Wholesale 914 llth Ave. Open 8:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Saturday BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVE 3 DAYS ONLY SHAG CARPET 495 ONLY 95 SQUARE YARD 3 5" ^m sou Reg. 8.95 to 11.95 Yd. 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