Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 6, 1961 · Page 12
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Page 12 GREELEY TRIBUNE IAFF-A-DAY Mon., Nov. 6, 1961 during the afternoon with high score won by Mrs. Robert KIdd, low score went to Mrs. Grace Lewis and travel prize was recelv cd by Mrs. J. L. Carpenter. Mcs. Kidd will be the next hostess. Brownie Troop HO went, to Fort Vasquez on r..field trip lest. week. Three cars were provided ami driven by Mrs..Dale Norris, Mrs. Harold Wernlng and -Mrs. Kred Fuchs lo take the M members on the Irip. At the next Brownie meeting the girls plan lo write up the information gathered on this field trip. Mrs. N. E. Andrews of Grceley discussed her recent trip lo Nor way at LUBA guest day Thurs- 'day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Glen Lewis. Dr. and Mrs. Andrews went by ship north lo North Cope, the northernmosi point in Europe. They climbed tii.- high mountains, toured the citie: "Trouble with you is you don't think BIG!" Big Bend By MRS. J, B; NOEL BIG BEMD-HeguIar 'C:ib "cout COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE · Ma;oi Overhaul · Engine Tune-Up · Brake Service Body. Paint and Automotive Glass Wo Service Any M a k e ol Ci Usliie Only Cenulne . Parts. -- Expert Mechanics -- WARREN-BUNTINO .MOTOR CO Eaton, Colo. . Ph. Eaton 29 Pack meeting was held Wcdncs day evening at Lion's-Cliib House with 65 cubs, parents and friends present. Blair Kargas colled-the meeting to order arM Del Cros saint had the roll call. Program was given by dens one and three Games were-conducted by den mothers with prizes won by Stevo Larson. Sharon Huggins and Dean Kargas. At the final game each child receivctl a prize. Awards were presented by Fermin Sala zar to the following: Barry Bishop wolf badge, gold and silver arrow Steve Freeman, wolf badge: Mark Jenkins, woll badge: H. D. Bayer, silver srrow; Paul Waist rom, den ner stripe. Refreshments were served by den two with den moth' Ih Mrs. Howard Boyer chairman A display table showed the hand work the cubs completed durint: October. Mrs. James Noel was desserf luncheon hostess Frida; for Trl Beta Club. Bridee was played HONE EL 3-0204 30-40-50 GAL. GAS WATER HEATERS .VOTICR 0V F1VVT, -SKTTT.KMKXT lit Ifcr County ri»i»Vt In nwrt ,'for Hr C«».lr of Wrlil "nil S*tf of Colorado ' ,N"n. S77 E s t n t c nf Tjnv \ J.OVE.. De ceaatd. - · Notice IP lierebv siren that t U n v o f j l e r j my final report In the County Court of Weld Counts Colorado, nncl Hint any nersoi rltfslrlntr to a b j e c t · t n the · !*RTn* slmll f i l e w-rilteiv~bljeetlon w i t h tlio p n l d Court on or h e f n r e . n e romti" '. -10SI. - · , x. Jr. t;ov£ .vlni'^tsLrator ..of tlio Estate of Edna I^ove, deceased The (irei-ley p'Blly./rrttnine.'. '. Xov; 6, IS, 20.'27,' 1961. NO MONEY DOWN Providesa dependable supply of hot water for all your household needs.Glass-l'ned tank, automatic controls. , · "' 'No. 2G57-.T - ' ' -'. STATE nF"COT,OKAT0, 1 t -J\U.\ 'onhty nf Weld ) . THK PEOPLB -OF THE' STATE · OF COLORADO IN THK 1NTBRKST OF DOXAtD P. BHKSSRTTE, JR.- AllcRcd Dencmlcnt Child THK PEOPT^K OF THE STATE OF r rOT/RAT1O. TO THE SHERIFF DF WET.n r m i " TV. OIVRETING: ^VITKREAS. Inland F. LanK n re Bid en t of said County has (lied E n ' n A l d Court a petition alleging that Don in Id P. Bressettc, Jr. Is a dependent or .'neKlerited clii because of his Njeliig 1 : Dependent upon the public for support. p e ^ t l t n t f t , liomcless ot* abandoned. . Without proper parental care or g"\'ard Inn ship, , - "· v Entitled to aup'port or care by Its parent or parents, and sal«l parent or paronts are f Ailing or refu.tlng- and have (ailed mud refused to support WHEREAS, ' t h l a 'citation ha n been hy ?=aj1 Court ordered Issued, f i x i n g " Friday, the 12th day of January, A. D. 19B2, at 10:(jfl o'clock A-M- for Hie i i e n r i n p upon said petition, unless Donald P. Bressotte, Sr. and Helen M. Brcsscttf pnrentB of said child shall endorse upon said p e t i t i o n his, her or their consent and request t h a t said child be sent to the State Home for Dependent Ngl«rted Children. In' which rase suld hearing will be set forthwith iipon tlie return of citation herein; ' YOU ARE COMMANDED to rite and ffive notice to the aald Donald P. BresVette, Sr_ and Helen- M. Bressctte, parents of d child to bo and appear before aal«t Court at the time aforesaid, at the Court Houre In Greeley in s a f d County, then and there to answer a*id petition, and, to do and perform what shall then h- said Court be required and fldjiidtred. WITNESS, C- E. WALLACE. Clerk of said County Court and Its seal, this 26th day of October. A. D. 1361. SKAM (\ K. WALLACE. Clerk By ROSALIE S. ADAMS. Deputy The Greeley Dally Trllmne. Oct. 30, Xov. , 13, 20, 1*61. Get Your Car Ready For Sticker Inspection · Safety Beltc · Anti-freeze · Transmissions · Battery Jump Cables · Tires, Tubes · Batteries · Tail Pipes Get Your Legal · Brake Shoes · Auto Glass · Taii Light Lenses · Sealed Beam Units Hunters' Scooters Ideal r or Detr Hunting UrFLERS at New and. Used Auto Parts 3OC ilth Av*. EL 2-3122 and countryside, :vfs|i«j' art galleries and!museums, speaker displayed boots ,of · seal skin, sliver spoons,'woolen sweaters, soks and caps, hind carved wooden figures ;and dolls Ih live dress.. Mrs. Klorenci Bleeker of Gilcrest played two. accck'dion numbers. Mrs. Herbert feullivan poured coffee from a silver service. Refreshment table was centered with a bouquet' of asters with while candles lii'sMver holders on either side. Guesl book was signed by 14 guests and 11 members. . . Big : Bchd 4-H met Monday evening at Lion's Club House with 31 members present. Officers were: Betty Kurzyna, president; Dale Schisslcr, vice president: Joan Hemple; secretary; Linda McClellan, treasurer; Linda Love, .'eperter: Diane Knaub, historian; Vivien Kirgas, torroapoiidinf'sec-.Ed Hemple, Mrt. W. S. Leaders present were Mrs.[Blair Kargas, and John Ibe retary, FisTier, Annan. Kodak Cameras and Equipment Have you a camera that netds »om« slight repair? See us! 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