Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 17, 1973 · Page 8
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8 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Tues. April 17,1973 Auft community news THE FAMILY CIRCUS By Bil Keane By MRS. GRAYCK ALLEN Simpson will be hostess on May August Sothman was given a 7. surprise birthday party in the Woman's Society Group II local VFW hall by his sons and was received by Mrs. Freda daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. McDonald for regular business Bob Beck of Berthoud and Mr. meeting. Leader, Mrs. Beulah and Mrs. Tim Sothman, of Fort Backstrum, gave worship Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Willard service and an Easter poem. Prange assisted the hosts. Dancing was enjoyed during the evening with music furnished by Keith Franks and his Western Trio. Sharing the occasion were 50 guests. Relatives included Mrs. Paul Anderson of Greeley, a sister; George Grant of Wheatland, Wyo, brother of Mrs. Sothman, and her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kline of Cheyenne. Reports were given on cooked food project and orders were taken for foods. Group guests were Mmes. Alta Wilson, Clyde Voir and Woman's Society president, Mrs. C. R. Patterson. Mrs. E. F. Broyles will be May hostess. Social afternoon was enjoyed by Pioneer Club members and guest Mrs. Minnie Allison with Mrs. Gertrude Marrall hostess. Mrs. Sylvia Duncan was Preceding the party Mr. and reported to be in Weld County Mrs. Sothman were dinner General Hospital and a guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tim greeting was written lo her. Sothman at the Farm Fare The hostess gave Easter and Resaurant. Returning later to the VFW hall Solhman was surprised to be greeted by all the guests. " Woman's Society Group I met with Mrs. S. L. McDonald. readings and a prayer. Refreshment trays were decorated in Easter motif. Mrs. Oscar Ehn will be May hostess. Mrs. R. L. Burman spent Leader, Mrs. M. C. Widmaier, several days in Denver in the conducted business meeting, home of her daughter, Mrs. Worship service by Mrs. Gladys members and guest Mrs. S. L. McDonald.' Contract bridge awards were received by Mrs. Me Donald. Contract bridge awards were recieved by Mrs. McDonald and . Mrs. Vernon Stewart. Mrs. D. B. Bosworth will be next hostess. Mmes. Cleta Burnham, August Sothman and Deu Lon Club members were received by Mrs. Wallace Melton on Friday afternoon for dessert bridge. In contract bridge played, high scores were made by Mrs. Burnham and Mrs. S. L. McDonald. Health clinic for Senior Citizens was conducted at this week's meeting by Weld County Health department nurse Mrs. Kitty Stevens. Student nurses Machel Martin and Carolyn Dunki were assistants. Sewing was done during the afternoon. · Unveiling "Mommy, can you be-tend you're a little girl and play house with me?" Sculpture by University of Northern Colorado graduate student Lee Hansen is unveiled Friday at University Center. Pulling off the cover from left are Mrs. Richard R. Bond, wife of UNC president; Dr. Jerry' Johnson, assistant lo the president; and Dr. W; K. Erwin, dean of the School of the Arts. (UNC photo by Bob Waters) Daughtrey included readings, "Man does not live by bread alone" and "Let us have Peace." A letter from Weld County Health Department was read and group reports were given. Birthday offerings for April were received. Work was done on covers for Woman's Society cook book project. Mrs. Daughtrey presented gimmick gift to Mrs. Leonard Plageman. Easter motif was used in refreshments served by hostess. Mrs. C.- R. Patterson, president of Woman's Society visited the group at the close of the meeting. Mrs. David Did You Know?? We Moved Just Around The Corner Collins Muffler Shop 2601 W. 10th 353-2573 Barbara Stuckert and Greg, Mark and Paul. Mrs. Richard Wolf was hostess to 20th Century members and guest .Mrs. Martha Wolf for a "Come as you Arc," morning coffee. Mrs. Eddie Dyer, president conducted business. Poems were given for roll call. Mrs. Wolf gave the historian report. Mrs. Anders Anderson received the fairy basket and door prize was given to Mrs. Raymond Weinmeister. Mrs. David Simpson will be next hostess on May 1, rather than regular date. Members are to arrive promptly at 9 a.m. for a tour of the Kodak facilities. Mrs. G. E. Wood entertained at dessert bridge for NaMolay Veterans Here's the Answer Q. Is it true (hat my GI insurance dividend on my World War II term policy is taxable? A. No. Accrued interest on insurance dividends with VA is taxable, but not the dividends. Aims committee hears students, declines contract reconsideration The pintail duck is one of the fastest Hying of all waterfowl, reaching speeds of 50 to 65 miles an hour. A special executive session of the Aims College Committee Monday resulted in no change of action concerning the non- renewal of the contract of Sue Brown, psychology instructor, or the three and a half day student boycott of classes. The executive session was the first ever for the governing c o m m i t t e e . C o m m i t t e e members said the session was nothing more' than informational in nature. The committee heard several students and faculty members. The committee said a multitude of topics was discovered that dealt with the betterment of the college. Individual members said that although there was some criticism, most of the comments made to the board were constructive in nature. When asked specifically about Mrs. Brown the members responded that they felt it was a dead issue unless more information was brought to their attentions that would play a significant part in their consideration. When asked if there will be any discipline measures against those who boycotted, Dr. Ed Beaty, Aims president, responded that none will be The executive session was taken. He added that the held following a ' special students did not interfere with budgetary meeting Monday. the classroom instruction and did not interfere with the rights About 90 per cent of all tire of students to attend classes or failures occur during the last the rights of the instructors to tenth of the tire's tread life, teach. The committee also expressed the desire for such informational sessions to expand since it provided a good way for the committee members to be aware of opinions held by the various groups. HOWLKK IJSTS P1IONK UNDKIi HIS N I C K N A M E . Don Kelly, listed in the PortlandT Ore., phone book as "Crooked-Arm Kelly." explained that his friends gave him the nickname because he bowls left-handed at Ihe local bowling alley. "They had a hard time finding me because I was not listed in the phone book, so I listed myself this way," Kelly said. FOR THE FINEST IN CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING A complete selection of styles and finishes for any decor. 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