Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 5, 1976 · Page 5
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ExMbitt on (toptay Saturday Judging begins in area science fair Fri., March 5, i UKEE1.KY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 5 Pierce receives flags Pierce received its Bicentennial and Centennial flags during ceremonies Feb. 22. The American Revolution Bicentennial Administration (AREA) flag, top, was presented by Mac MacGraw, aide to Rep. James Johnson. It was received by Mrs. Ray Bruraficld, chairman of the Pierce Centennial- Bicentennial Commission and Mayor Ben Gallatin. The Colorado Centennial flag, bottom, was presented by Sandra Klug, left, area commissioner of the Colorado Centennial- Bicentennial Commission. Receiving the flag arc, Mrs. Brumfield, Gallatln and state Sen. Hank Brown, the featured speaker. Other guests include Joe Albi, region 8 director of the AREA, Chris Kavalec. chairman of the Weld County Centennial-Bicentennial Commission, Miss Hazel Johnson and the county commissioners. -- Marriage licenses -Feb. 24 Larry Allen Rodenburg and Suzan Ralynn Bayer, both of HOB 26tb Ave. WINDSOR - Judging began Friday in (he Longs Peak Science and Engineering Fair being held at Windsor High School. The fair annually draws entries from science students who compete for ribbons, plaques, and special awards sponsored by scientific societies, government agencies, and businesses. The fair opened Thursday with students registering and setting up exhibits. There are nearly 80 entries this year with some 16 northern Colorado schools represented. Saturday the exhibits will be on display for public viewing from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the auditorium at Windsor High School. An award luncheon is scheduled from noon to 2 p.m., New stomp club to meet Saturday Thirteen young people and four adults organized last month to form a stamp club for youth. The club meets the first Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. - noon at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 1800 21st Ave. This Saturday a slide program entitled, "United States Stamps Illustrated," will be shown. Demonstrations in "soaking" stamps from envelopes will help the youth accumulate more stamps. A trade and swap session will Follow the slides. '76 Scout Show tickets to go on sale Saturday A LITTLE lEARf 86 and closing ceremonies are Schools participating includ from 2 p.m. to 3 p m. Eaton High School, Hlghlan .A number of lectures given by High School at Ault, Heat Jaiversity of Northern Junior High School, West Hig Colorado professors and per- School at Greeley, Lincoi sonnel from the Eastman Junior High School at Fo (odak Co. were scheduled Collins, Poudre High School a r riday. Students in nor- Fort Collins, Blevins Junio heastern Colorado schools High School at Fort Collin. were expected to take part in Usher Junior High School a be,leclures. Fort Collins. Boltz Junior Hig There are five categories in School at Fort Collins, Ree, hetair: botany, engineering. Junior High School at Loveland environmental and medical, Windsor High School, For mathematics and physical Collins High School, and Rock science, and zoology. There are Mountain High School at For wo divisions, one for junior Collins, ligh students and another for senior high students. Ford wm FM , a , nie Ten entrants will be selected Peking o participate in the state President Ford will not on! .cience fair in April at Cin- fin d new faces in positions o Jerella City at Denver. They p,^ in a , jnai bul a ^ ivill be the five winners in each Peking ^ well p eking m division. Piclures. THELOCKHORNS "VIOUL.P IT MAKE VOL! FEEL. ANY BETTER IF 1 TOLP YOU 1 WROTE THE 6AME THING TO HALF A P0ZEN OTHER GlRt-6 ?" e d h h n f , I h d , t f [ i Y f i Tickets for the 1976 Scout of last year is being repeated Show will go on sale Saturday, this year as the "1976 The tickets are for the Bicen- Anniversary Celebration" tennial Scouting event at the show. Display booths, contests. Island Grove Exhibition Hall theater events, and the April 3. Tickets will be sold by pinewood derby and pioneer Cubs, Scouts and Explorers in contests are all included in this all Weld County Communities, year's event. Buying a ticket from one of entitle the holder to a full af- ernoon and evening of en- ioymenl, according to Jack Alfsen, show chairman. "Proceeds from ticket sales wnefit Scouts two ways; First, hrough his own unit, and secondly through purchase of irogram material for Ihe Longs J eak Council summer camps." Alfsen said. The format of the Scout Show BEKIM^ IN PARK f^L CORNERS J« BRIGHT W§75 ID6AS ? \^J MOVING? 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Mar. 1 Ronald Monroe Toews, 6286 10th St., and Rosalee Dawn Toews, 2210 25lh St. Robert Delno Greenwood, Evans, and Anita Colleen Hoover, Palos Verdes, Calif. Mar. 2 Allen Ray Brown, 1012 14th St , and Patricia Lynn Grcenarth, Pueblo. Roger Lee Daniels, 133 21st Ave., and Jodl Lynn Roth, Evans. Abdon Espinoza and Ignacia Valdez, both of 2452 1st Ave. Richard Ellis Hoyme, Fort Collins, and Patricia Ann Hinkel, Fort Collins. Mar. 3 Myrick Wayne Monroe, La Salle, and Lori Beth Davis, Platteville. James Arthur Browne, and 5harie Jones Winstead, both of S17 23rd Ave. Joseph Allen Bcshins!:! and Judith Ann Reed, both of 1934 26th Ave. Robert Milline Joss, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, and Judy Rae Gustafson, 1851 25th Ave. Daniel Lynn Rogers, 408 22nd Ave., and Judith Ann Darrington, 2305 7th SI. 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