Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 6, 1961 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 6, 1961
Page 10
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Page 50 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mnn., Nov. .6, 1961 a Jot from Slaplclon lo bo. with Eaton . . . By L E T I T I A METOYER EATON - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Canlrcll returned to Eaton recent' ly horn a train trip lo Georgia where Ihey helped Canlrcll's pile her advanced age Mrs. Can- roll Is quite, active and enjoys airly good health. She has been on crutches since 1943 when she 'ell and broke her hip. 7he Euton- lies also visited her brother, Har- 'ison Hulscy and family at Clcvc land, and her sister, Mrs. Eva mother, Mrs. J. F. Canlrcll of Warfford. at Atlanta. [or the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Fmnk Cantrell of Atlnndi, Ga. lie family. The othcv children are: Janet and Julib. The maternal ;randpaicnls arc Mr. and Mrs. Halpli Yandell of Denver.-The Wil son family ib in the process 'of drove lo Fort Collins lo visit rcl- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman re Cleveland, Ga. celebrate her 031h birthday. The birthday celebration also served ns a reunion ol all ot Mrs. Canlrcll's children _ - i v _ many of her .grandchildren- and daughters, Mrs. ' Mclviii "s'imms great grandchildren.- Present for alui Mrs . G eno Eggehardt and a week xivcland were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Miller's brother-ill- aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Emaluel Schaffer who entertained at the Hut Club. Afterwards the party moving lo La Julia. Wilson leaches in Hie Cliula Vista Public School the weekend in Fort Collins wilh system. Mrs. Wilson has return of Fort Collins look 'his mother to luntcd last \\cck from a - t r i p to Denver. Mrs. Wilson will also vis- Billings, Mont., where they spent il another son and daughter-in- Mrs. Norman's law, Mr. and Mrs. Hob Wilson, 'Jieir twin sons, John and Torn and Kathleen and Jimmy. She may visit Ihc Norman Wilson family. The Rev. and Mrs. C. Danieljfamily at Palo Alto, Calif. . , ; · "*; * ^ - «"'" niia. ^. uutiiKii-- .T »* · -.V ....... ^u.,,. masicr ai uranec onu presioeni Mr. und Mrs. John Cantroll ot ciark and sons. Bobbie, David Here last week visiting Mr. and of the Connecticut Chapter of the Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. R.. B. .j,,d Jc [[. woro ; n Denver Thurs- Mrs. Floyd Tyson in (heir new Nalional Association. Miss Allison (Nona) Miller of Saulcc, Ga., Mr. a:rl Mrs. Clarence (Mac) Wilson of Augusta, Mr. and Mrs. Cantrcl ol Eaton, and Miss Martha Can- '.rcll, who lives with her mother Also present were a brother am sister of the Ironorec. In Iho afternoon numerous other veUitivcs friends and neighbors called to four Hi child born Oct. 25. 'The _ congratulate (he celebrant and vis- baby's grandmother, Mrs. John D. ·il wilh t h e , out-of-towners,. Dcs-lWilson led Saturday morning on day to sco Mrs. Ness of Alhambra, Calif., who.was in the cily for a visit wilh her son, Bob Ness. Afterwards Hie Claris picnicked in City Park and then went to Stapleton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson ot Imperial Beach, Calif., are (he parents celebrate their golden parents of Ihcir first son and wedding anniversary, ilhfoule io Norfolk (he Brockcmeier family slopped her lo visit ihc Tysons. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Miller of home were her sister and brollicr- in-law, Mr. Mrs. Norman Diockcmeior am! sons. tarry ami Dennis, from Compton, Calif. The Californians had been io Norfolk, Ncbr., to help Brockcmeir's . Guarantees N a t i o n a l and Loca f'cr . · · - . - - . .One Full-Year Person to Person Is the BEST Advertisement! One. user tells another -- from friend · lo friend -- this is what has made OLYMl'lA so popular. - ' . See for yourself and be convinced! Ask any one of our Olympia users' in this area. The t y p e w r i t e r that o u t f e a t u r e s and out- p e r f o r m s a t f others! Come .En today and check Olympia'c 10 exclusive features. 50 years of precision workmanship. diet »na cnildren, 'Frances «nd| Reclamation ·" Department a r i c tlcl.ard, en roulc lo Texas frori w}r!:s i'i ll:e west drui:n the sum Montana stopped for a few hoursjmer and early .fall, and (he re visit with her mother,. Mrs. .An- mainder of the yeah in the soulh derson. Benedict is wilh Ihe U.S.I Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Dale oi lives. Cindy Schaffcr who spent her sisters, Mrs. Bruce Hackle reservations on a jet lo Denver man and Mrs. Don Peters and Nov. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson their families, returned home wilh her parenlsl Hay Cuzzocreo of Orange; Conn,, came from Denver following the convention of the Nalional Association of Postmasters, and was a weekend guest of Pauline Allison a n d . family. Cuzzocreo is post master at Orange and presldcnl ;.vas in Denver all last week at lending (he convention. Her sister, Mrs. Willim Crawford, attended the evening functions and assist ed with the musical entertainment in.Colorado Chapter headquarters in the Silver Room of the Hilton Hotel. Miss Allison was an unsup- cessful candidate for national vice president, against Dave Tievi (hick, postmaster at Salt Lke City, The Colorado Chapter, boosting tho lAllison campaign, presented the ;Koshare Indians on lire conyenlion jprogram one evening, in the jGrand Ballroom, wilh a reception following in the Silver Room, hon joring the Eaton postmaster Selma Forsrjcrg and Mrs Charles Barry were guests when Mrs. Edylhe Sevcrin entertained jEaton Kensington Club at a salad jluncheon Wednesday afternoon. An {autumn Iheme was carried out in jdccoralions and appoinlments ;Mrs. E. G. Hoi den conducted the business meeting. Current events roll call provided a most entertaining and inforntalivc program, (next meeting will be Dec. 6 with rs. John D. .Wilson as hostess. M r . - a n d Mfs. Byrl Niswange; jof Denver spent (he weekend at lEaton wilh.his parents, Mr.;anc | Mrs. H. A. Niswanger. The ^ vcrites will send Thanksgiving · in Dallas, Tex.,'with her sons Gene and Frank Campbell ink their families. Sara Hill was- luncheon hostess | Wednesday. to Mrs. Hallie' Bush Mrs. High Denio, and'Mrs. ^Val ter Brossman of Grcclcy., Miss Hill enlerlai(ied at the Driflwooi and assigned the place of honor to Mrs. Bush who. was celebrating her birthday. Invited to (he lunch- con but unable to accept were | Mrs. Nellie Ealon of Greeley, anc !Mrs; E. G/Holden. . ', -Mr. and Mrs.-George Springstoi ja'ntf children, Sandy,- Gregg, Mark I arid Jeff,'are'just about settled in |their new home oh 4th'St. in the ' hew 4th Mouniainview addition. :Mrs. Riippcrt' Prccht · and children, Mary, Barbara and Reran!?, move(i thjs'week into' Hie'house vacated .by ^he Springston 'family Mrs. Wesley Anderson of Cheyenne spent Ihe past ten days here looking after her property. -Anderson . joined her here f o r - a few j'days. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Bene- Eaton amounte' the'birth of'thciiSlS ounces. Grandparents are Mr. ·irsl c::i!d, Wendy Uciina,. bur,)L 1( j j !( . s _ Charles Dale of Greelej Fridjiy, Oct. 13 at the Oslcopathic . .. , , , · , . Memorial Hospital at Greeley.M Mr - wA Mrs - * llUori ****** of The baby weighed six pounds andlof Pierce. ADVANCED MORE WAGON' ROOM ,. . MORE WAGON ZOOMi open - the door, look at the floor and you'll see that Buick's new Invicta Estate Wagon has more easy-living room now than ever. Reason? Advanced Thrust that places the biger, livelier W.ildcat V-8 far forward over the front wheels , . . makes the front Roor nearly Hat. Advanced Thrust llso fives you arrow-straight going, even 'in crosstrinds. Faster wheel ' ' response. More reason to make if a Bm'c'lt wagon? Suick's siizling Turbine Drive, carpeted floors, power tailgate window are all standard. Try a real .wagon at your Buick dealer's now.'1 . 62BUIBK WELD COUNTY GARAGE, INC. 810 Tenth Street · Greeley, Colorado - . Kig H/edjoril Big values! See your Bufet Dealer for Double iff Check Used Cars!. VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT Gordon K. Rissler .MAYOR Glen H. Vantine WARD 1 Robert G. Cummingi WARD 2 Stanley R. Sutherland W A R D ! Vote For and Support Your Present Councilmen Who Have Given You ECONOMICAL GOVERNMENT For 4 Years Vote Tuesday, November 7 C o m m i t t e f o r P r o g r e s s i v e G o v e r n m e n t t

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