Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 1, 1977 · Page 7
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Wed., Juae 1.1977 CREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 7 B-Day vets will gather here Upton McKiln Eaton Kreemyer Glrault Cooper Drofgemueller Kitchens Thirty-three years ago on -:june 6, the 2210 and 2087 - Quartermasters truck companies landed on Omaha beachhead in the D-Day Invasion of France. From June 4 through 6, a reunion will be held at the 14 UHS students win scholarships Fourteen students at University High School will attend colleges and universities next autumn with the help of academic and athletic scholarships awarded for outstanding performance. The seniors, who were graduated in ceremonies last Thursday, won .the following grants: Eric Allely -- Boettcher Foundation Scholarship. Monica Cooper -- Gates Colorado, academic grant to Foundation Scholarship; Colorado State University, President's Scholarship to . Scott Richards - Certificate Colorado State University; of Merit, National Merit President's Scholarship " to Scholarship Program. -. · Doane College in Nebraska, and Paul Fisher -- Certificate of UCC Pilgrim fund Scholarship , Merit,-.'. 1 . National 1 .' Merit to Doane College. '· : '.ScnolSrstiip'f rbg'ram. .' ' ' ·' '''··· Lori Jensen -- ' Regents' Scholarship to University of Colorado. . · · . · Paul McGulre -- ' Regents' Scholarship to University of - Talent Scholarship to University of Northern Colorado. j jm Uplon _ scholars Scholarship .to University of Northern Colorado; .Talent Greeley Community Building. Albert Hamilton of Collage Crave, Ore., organizer of the reunion, said prior to the in- Scholarship to University of Larry Sage -- Athletic vasion, they were stationed in Northern Colorado. Scholarship to University of England where they supplied Jolene Girault -- Order of Northern Colorado. the Eighth Air Force and after Rainbow Girls Scholarship. David McKain -- Financial they-hit the beachhead, they Doug Freemyer -- Colorado Grant to Graceland College in supplied the Ninth Air Force, Energy Research Institute Iowa. the First Army, Gen. Patton's Scholarship. Andrew Kitchens -- Dean's Third Army and Gen. Patch's Kim Eaton -- Athletic scholarship to Brigham Young Seventh Army Scholarship to University of University at Salt Lake City, Hamilton said they lost the NewMexico. ..; Utah.'··'· ' biggest share of their company Weld County Library's summer reading program begins Monday in the Bulge breakthrough somewhere between SO and 80 per cent werelost. Hamilton said this was the first reunion since 1944 and veterans will be coming from all over the U.S. with between 30 and 100 persons, counting wives, expected to attend. Although there are no known members of the company in Greeley, Hamilton said it was selected as the reunion site because they didn't want to meet in a big city, but did want to meet in a central location. Hamilton said he has been tracing members of the company for the past year and a half and he has not been able to find all of them. nn/nnpc uivunui- ONLY$85 Iplul filing fee 1.800-421-7239 Summer reading program at Weld County Library begins Monday, June 6, with children this year helping to transform Pinocchio from a puppet to a real boy. Summer reading program encourages parents to read to their preschoolers, and it en' courages young readers to continue reading during the .summer. Children, Weld librarians say, can achieve significant reading growth during the summer through consistent, enjoyable exposure to literature. Each five, books read to or by a child will be counted as a ''good deed" for Pinocchio and be represented by a gold star. Registrations for children three through 12 years of age will be accepted at the library, 2227 23rd Ave., beginning June 6. Each child will receive a bookmark and a tally sheet on which to record the titles of the books read. Certificates will be awarded to the children who have reported 15 or more books read by Aug. 12. Youngsters also may participate in this program through the Weld County Library Bookmobile or through the Weld Mail-A-Book service. Information is available from the Bookmobile librarian or by requesting it with Mail-A-Book orders. Information also is available at . the library. _ , . , tO SIHQ dt CHUrCh tonight Dean and Mary Brown will be in concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday (tonight) at the First Assembly of God Church, 9th Street and ISlhAvenue. The Browns have -traveled extensively throughout the United States singing for churches, conventions, youth rallies, television programs, camps, and at college chapel programs. They recently completed their second five- week tour of South Afiica. Sears slim-line eyeglass hearing aid IHS hearing aids en the n · Directional electrel microphone · Micro-drain amplifier · Long battery life . . . up to 500 hours · Attractive, lightweight, comfortable Sears. friendly, efficient hearing aid consultant will gladly demonstrate the fine qualities of this slim-line aid. You are under no obligation to buy. We Repair Other Makes of Hearing Aids! Mr. Jack Van Droff will demonstrate the effectiveness of these hearing aids en Thursday/ June 2, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 2908 W. 10th Street 352-2241 Ask about Sears Credit Plans SEARS, ROEBUCK AMD CO. June Sales Parade VOLUNTEER HONORED - Mrs. J.A; (Ruth) Nicks of Pierce, the first recipient of the Volunteer Recognition Award presented by the United Bank of Greeley and the Volunteer. Resources Bureau of the Weld County Human' Resources Department, displays'her certificate. She has served with the Weld County Volunteer Ruth Nicks Red Cross for 29years. Standing, from left, are . Jack-Meakins, United Bank'of Greeley; . Marianne Rossi, Red Cross','and the Rev: Paul' /Tiller,' board, member of- the Volunteer Resource Bureau. The United Bank will m'a'ke a.?25 contribution to'the Red Cross in Mrs. "Nicks'name. (Tribunephoto by Jim Briggs) Pierce woman honored for service Mrs. J. A. (Ruth) Nicks of Pierce is the recipient of the first Volunteer Recognition Award presented by the United Bank of Greeley and the Volunteer Resources Bureau, a part of Weld County Human Resources. The purpose of the award is to honor an individual whose volunteer contributions to the community are constructive, unique and outstanding. Mrs. Nicks was nominated buy the Senior Aid Program at Pierce and Weld County Chapter of the American Red Cross. She has driven the 18 miles from Pierce to Greeley on Mondays to shop for 20 residents of a nursing home in Greeley. This activity usually takes all day. Her other activities include helping to wall-, paper a building at the Greeley Centennial Village, teaching a class on wall papering to young people. I n ' h e r ' 5 community;' all who work with her. -' production' committee of the A'$25'cash award will' 1 be American Red Cross; 10-year contributed' to,the''American pin for active participation in. Red Cr'oss in her na'nie by the fund drives'; 29 years .ori.the United Bank.. board of 'directors of Weld ^^^^^^^ County Red Cross and in 1968 received a certificate of merit for' 20 years of service to this organization. At age 78,.she is still active -j and serves as an inspiration.for Sale Ends Saturday savings Wards ali-f restless 17-cubic foot refrigerator handles family needs. Highway 85, La Salic 284-5119 PUBLIC NOTICE A copy of the Protection and Advocacy'system plan for the Developmental!? Disabled is now available for public review and comment. The plan may be reviewed at the county social services office or the offices of our local Community Centered Board. Written comments and suggestions should be submitted by June 10,1977 to: Mr. James S. Fleischer Protection and' Advocacy Planner Office of the Governor State Capitol Building Denver, Colorado 80203 A public hearing to discuss this plan will be held oh Monday, June 6, 1977, in Room 132 of the State Services Building, 15B Sherman St., Denver, Colorado, from 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. Anyone may attend and testify at this hearing. IFYOU'I you should find if easy to borrow BORROW UP TO $50,000 These days, il's easy to have so much tied up m a place to live, thai there's no money lelt lo do any living with. The Associates can help, with an Associates Homeowners Loan . . .with flexible terms and monlhly payments tailored to your budget And you can use ihe money for whatever you wish, bill consolidation, a vacat.on. college, boat or nearest you. today. 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