Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 20, 1969 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, October 20, 1969
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1 4 f i R E E r , E Y TRIBUNE \1on., Ocl. 20, 19R9 day evening al Ihc homo of Dr. and Mrs. .lohn Weaver. The paper discussed Kemolo Sensing. Ihc dreams man involves Social Science Circle Hears Paper Titled'First-the Dream' Mrs. iiit'liiird Kllinj;cr prcsenl-iriailltirc. Laser Light's conlri- cd a paper iilled "Kirnl IlieJbiitions to mililary, industrial Dream" for members of Hie | and medieal advances were con- Social Science Circle las! Tiics-;sidcrcd. Man is now keenly aware of his need to improve his en- .vironnicnl, and work for a resulls of the whorcsnmc, lieallhy planet on has bad since which lo live. Our newly ilevc- the 17lh Cenlury of cxlcndingjloped space age Remote Scns- the raiiRo and Hie uses of his ing devices can help him to do this, she concluded. The next meeting will be at (he home of Mr. and Mrs. El inger on Oct. 28, when Dr. Ly man Graybeal will speak o "The College Campus." 'Fiddler As Film' NEW YORK (AP) - Israc actor Topol, who played th lead in "Fiddler on the Hoof on the London stage for year, lias been signed lo sta in Hie movie version of the h musical. Topol -- full nam Chaim Topol -- is a thealer an movie aclor, his latest film "Before Winter Comes," to b released here soon. five senses. Remote Sensing learning ahonl thinps at great distances, and our space age scientists and techniques have rapidly increased our abilities to explore, in detail, both our planet and universe. Mrs. Ellinyer also discussed infra-red radiation to improve our environment, discover new natural resources, and help control insects and disease in an- Gall J?m Failing 332-20(15 A Great Watch That Costs You Less Znles imports Switzerland's finest directly. You pockcl the savings. IESH333 Baylor, ..exquisitely designed for a litotimo of beautiful wear. $ 25 ;oo Open AZalct Custom Charge- Account ZALES ItWILENf We're nothing witnoutyour love. 806 8th St. Use Your BankAmerlcard Open Frl. till 8:30 352-6957 Mary Frances Kennedy Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kennedy of Meeker, announce the engagement of (heir daughter, Mary Frances, lo Dale A. Ayars, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon J. Ayars of Grover. Miss Kennedy is a graduate of Wceker High School and a senior at Colorado State College where she is majoring ]n physical education with a minor in sociology and political science. She is a member of Alpha Phi Sorority. Ayars, a graduate of Grover ligh School and Northeastern Junior College at Sterling, is a tinior at Colorado State University. He is majoring in indus- rial construction manage- nent. No definite wedding plans lave heen made. rhcln Chapter of BSP ''ontributes lo Fund Alemhcrs of Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi who attended he business meeting at the mine of Mrs. Betty Schultz last Monday evening voted (o con rihule lo the Memorial Scholar hip Fund of Waiter W. Ross founder of Beta Sigma Ph :iid also received tickets for Christmas Charity Ball, pro ecrls from which will bencf 'ie Zeta Lear Scholarship Fun 'lilch is (o be awarded lo lighland High Schoof girl. "Her Crowning Glory," th ullural lesson, was given b Irs. tircnrin Grube. Tlie next meeting will be o cl. 27. at the home of Mrs ackie Burch, with Mrs. Grub s co-hostess. Meeting time is m. Social Calendar Wtdimdcy 9 a.m. OES, Garden Cit) Chapter, No. 3, sewing group Masonic Temple. 9:15 a.m. Morning Garden Club, home of Mrs. Don Buel, 2509 18th Ave. Court. · 9:30 a.m. Greelcy Excelsit Club board meeting. 9:30 a.m. Church Women United living room dialogue. 9:30 a.m. AAUW Coffee House, Miss Helen Beard, 3521049, and Mrs. George Lorimer, 352-1649, chairmen Miss Elizabeth Lehr will re view "The Peabody Influence' by Edwin P. Hoyt. 9:30 a.m. Amico Kensington, Fellowship Hall of First Congregational Church. 9:30 a.m. League of Women Voters, unit meeting, Mrs. James Waring, 1412 27th Ave. 10 a.m. Kappa Alpha Theta coffee, Mrs. E. Austin, 1925 18th Ave. Newcomers invited. 12:15 p.m. Afternoon Duplicate Bridge Club, Greeley Country Club. 12:30 p.m. Navy Mothers Club, No. 15, Blue Flame Room. Hostesses, Nell Lolt, Florence Donily, Blanche 8111- ington, Vilma Kadlecek, Dorothy Schwalm. November ^ride-elect Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ley Sr. of Eaton announce the en- agement of their daughter, mrlene Faye, to John W. Rogers, grandson of George Shockley, 1034 E. 18th St. Miss Ley was graduated from Caton High School in 1968 and is now employed by State Farm Insurance Co. A 1965 gradusie of Greeley Central High School, Rogers is employed by Monfort Feed Lots, Inc. The couple plans to be mar- lied Nov. 1. 1 p.m. GC Club, luncheon at Garden Kitchen, Mrs. Helen Bucher, hostess. Roll cal! Halloween. 1:30 p.m. Child Conservation League, Mrs. Sarah Custar, 1823 12th Ave. 2 p.m. GTC Club, Mrs. George Whipple, 2204 C St. N. W., with Mrs. Jessie Waggoner, assisting. 2 p.m. WTK Club, Mrs. Lewis W. Littler, "What Can I Do About it?" and Mrs. Norman M. Dean, "Nobody's Children " 0:30 p.m. Cosmopolitan Club, supper at Farm Fare Cafeteria. 7:15 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Greeley Country Club. 7:30 p.m. First Congregational Women's Society, Group 7, Mrs. Steve Hummel, 1806 Delwood; Fellowship Guild, Mrs. Mary Rose, 2935 llth Ave., Miss Alice Roberts assisting. 7:30 p.m. League of Women Voters, unit meeting, Mrs. Frank Keppeler, 1832 2Cth Ave. Place. 7:30 p.m. First United Methodist WSCS: Hannah Circle, in the church parlor. Hostesses, Mmes. Mike Schump, Lynn Robison, and B. F. Uuckabay. 7:30 p.m. Job's Daughters, Masonic Temple. 8 p.m. Oasis Rebekah Lodge, Odd Fellows Hall. 8 p.m. Memorial Hospital Guild, at the hospital. 8 p.m. Evening Belles Toastmistress Club, Blue Flame f Room. Theme, "Techniques in Story Telling." 8:30-11:30 p.m. Plus 40 Dance, Recreation Center Ballroom, Music by Longmont Trio. K.K.G. Alumnae Have Luncheon Lampas Society Hears Review By Kay Girault Mrs. John (Kay) Girault en tertaincd Die 27 members o Lampas Sorority with a revie\ of the humorous book, "Due I Lack of Interest, Tomorrow Ha Been Canceled," by Irene Cam pan. It told the very true to lil story of a 45-year-old lady re turning to college to cumplel a few credits. Mrs. Girault wa introduced to the group by Mrs Ralph Waldo Jr. Mrs. Dan Dodd presided ove .he business meeting that fo owed. The members voted t continue to support the Greele Boy's Club with a cash dona" lion and also handcraft mater als. The meeting was held in the ionic of Mrs. Gael Spoelstra 837 7th Ave., Thursday eve ning, Oct. 16. .Mrs. Edward Boggess, Mrs. Helen William: and Mrs. Genevieve Adam; vere assistant hostesses. The next Lampas meeting wil ic with Mrs. Lena Nittler 2107 5th St. on Nov. 20 for a Thanks living program. A growing savings account can ha good medicine in time of need. Generous dividends keep your account growing and healthy, and the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation keeps it insured safe up to $15,000. Prescription: Start saving soon. You'll be glad you did. !AT SUITS YOU BEST 4%% on Regular Passbok Accounts '0 on 90-Day Notice Passbook Accounts 0 on Bonus Savings Certificates NORTHERN C O L O R A D O S A V I N G S A N D L O A N A S S O C I A T I O N 924 l l t h STREET · GREELEY, COLORADO t. T E L E P H O N E 352-6193 (Kanlocek photo) Charlene L«y The Kappa Kappa Gamm Alumnae met for a sandwich unchcon on Thursday, Oct. 10 at the home of Mrs. William leiss. Activities for the year wen annouced by Mrs. Arnold R "i'oulk Jr., president. Mrs. Pat ick Sullivan and Mrs. Eugene (och were welcomed as nev nembers. Special guests were Mrs. Norman Dean whose daughter inny, has pledged Kappa appa Gamma at the University f Colorado and Mrs. Ted Funk vhose daughter, Carolyn, pledg- d Kappa Kappa Gamma at the University of Wyoming. The next meeting will be the innual progressive dinner on 'an. 18, 1970. Any member nol ontacted may call Mrs. 'homas R. Dunn, 352-0395. Horoscope Forecast BU Carroll Righter TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21 GENERAL TENDENCIES This is a good time to use u hat abounding energy to b more instrospective and t hink out the best way to gaii he good will of those abou and to make your objective clearer. Get into the variou ilans available to you and ge everything operating on a more secure basis. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19 fou. find that an expert in you: ield of endeavor can now givi l?ou the right advice to improve fom position in life. Get inlc :imple recreations later Ilia :alm your nerves. Be happy vitli persons you like. TAURUS (Apr. 20 May 20'. Jsten to suggestions of good riends regarding how best to liannel your efforts so tha ou have a more successful per onal life. Repay that social ob gallon. Be happy. GEMINI (May 21 lo June 21) leeding 1he advice of a higher al world is wise. Be more alert o what is going on around you lien you know how to proceed. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 o July 21) Some fine ideas are ffcred now that you should ut in operation if you are to dvance in Hie right directions, it down and converse with that igwig. Much benefit can come rom this. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) alking to experts is fine today nee this gives you an oppor- nity to make improvements, nd right systems. That person ou love can now appreciate our talents better. Show af- iction. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) ments later that give you betlci health. Increase your vitality. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Plan some leasure time to take care of those persona chores that appeal to you ant ara necessary as well. Forget worry for a while. A close tit will gladly go along with you on some new ideas you have SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Much can be done now to have more harmonious relations at home, so be sure to also add the art pieces, color, etc., that are necessary. Relieve those tensions with that stubborn close tie. Be resilient your- CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. !0) This is the day to concen- .rale on making routine work nore efficient and practical so .hat you have more free time. 3uy those items Ihat you have )een putting off. Save time and money later, thereby. AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. 19) You need more data if you are to advance in your career p regarding how to make pro- now, so be sure you go after it ress in the business or politi- quickly. One who is a financial expert can give Hie right answers lo problems you have. Show gratitude. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Morning is the best time to vork on that new plan which vill be your plan of action in he future. Going out socially fter dinner puts you in con- act with persons who give fine deas for personal advance- icnt. Be clever with them. IK YOUR CHILD IS BORNj TODAY . . . he, or she, will be! ne of those delightful young eople who can become a sue-' ess at almost anything which, e sets his mind, since there is the ability to understand the: . big principles behind every pro- good day (o clear up thp.tject, as well as small details, isunderslanding with an irate Also, he can take a seemingly associate. Then all will be much impractical plan and turn it into 1 better between you. Discuss a a practical one. Be sure that new plan with him. See how to there is a careful choice of make a better impression on general public, also. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Show that you appreciate working with regular co-workers; then everything goes harmoni- playmates during childhood to! prevent trouble later on. There is much love in this nature, j "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of j, your life is largely up to you! !| ously around you, work be-j Distribued by comes easier. Take those trcat-j McNaught Syndicate, Inc.,) . Homemakers Club Has Election of Officers Officers for the new term 909-1970, were elected Wednes ay afternoon when the Progres. ive Extension Homemakers 'lub met at the home of Mrs . A. Kadlecek with 12 mem- ers present and Mrs. Ilda Sa- arik - · The Shull, president: Mrs. Theodore Burrous, vice president; Mrs. J. A. Kadlecek, secretary and Mrs. Harold Johnson, treasurer. Mrs. Orrin Smith won the mys- ·ery gift, and Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Burrous presented the lesson on "Cooking for Two. The next meeting will be ield Nov. 19, at the home of ilrs. Harold Hunter, 1121 23rd Ave. Apples are the foundation for ny fruit salad, according to the I S. Department of Agricul- ure. They combine with ba- lanas, nuts, lettuce, celery, caned fruits and other fresh in- redients for innumerable var- ety. Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Bohlender Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Bohlender Observe Silver Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Dave G. Boh- ender of La Salle, celebrated heir silver wedding anniversary 1 » family dinner at the Farm 'are at Lucerne on Sunday, Oct. 12. Children and grandchildren iresent included Mr. and Mrs. lldon. (Mary Jo) Aeschliman, Rick, Roger, Ronna, Ruthann and Karen of Topeka, Kan.; and gt. and Mrs. N. L. (Nancy) n homas and son, Gregory Scott, I Hesperia, Calif. Mr. and Ars. Robert Brunson of Akron vere unable to be present. Hazel Brunson and .Dave G. lohlender were married Oct. , 1944, in Greeley, with Mrs. Men Kcnyon and Robert Boh- ender as ffieir attendants. They lave lived on the Bohlender Brothers Hereford Ranch southeast of La Salle for the entire 25 years. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bohlender are members of the First Bap- .1st Church. She is also a member of Circle 3 of the Baptist Women's Society, and the Weld County Cowbelles. Bohlender is a member of the Colorado Cat- .lemen's Association. Expert Auto Body Work COMPLETE P A I N T I N G FREE ESTIMATES Wickland Motors 817 7th St. You Just Don't BUY A Hearing Aid You can't pick a hearing aid off a counter, as you would buy a clock or a. box of cereal. For proper hearing correction, yon need an analysis of your loss, an expert fitting of the proper hearing a i d , after-purchase guidance In Hn use and periodic adjustments. A Sonolono Hearing Aid Consultant will give you personal guidance at uvery step. Lloyd Hcinlem SONOTONE OF GREELEY 81(i IGth Street Phone 352-8830 See Lloyd Heinlein for Heller Hearing YOU MAY NEVER SEE THIS LOW PRICE AGAIN! LOWEST PRICE IN GREELEY ON BIG SCREEN COLOR! GIANT 23-INCH SCREEN Ding. Measured WAS 489.95* 399 95 PHILCO Model No. 6596 WA FEATURES GALORE! · Big 23-Inch Picture measured diagonally, with Memory Tuner for easy tuning. · Solid Slate Signal System--no tubes to bum out in the signal-receiving circuit. · Philco Magicolor Picture Tube for bright, sharply focussed picture. *with trade 5-DflY FREE HOME TRIAL AND BEST SERVICE, TOO! GUARANTEE OF PERFORMANCE · 2-Year Exchange Guarantee on Miiglcolor Picture Tube. · 1-Ycar Exchange Guarantee on other components. · .10-Day Service Guarantee. -No extra charge for labor. Philco-Forrt guarantees original U.S. purchaser to exchange (1) the Philco Magicolor picture tube for 2 years after delivery, nnd (2) any other component for 1 year after delivery, if found defective. At TIO extra charge, Phileo-Forrt guarantees original U.S. Purchaser for !)0 flays after delivery lo provide "in-home" labor fnr part." re-' placement or product repair. GRLELEY'S DISCOUNT APPLIANCE CENTER 825 8lh St. (Opposite Pcnney's) Ph. 352-6026 Trained Technicians Always at Your Service

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