Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 20, 1955 · Page 10
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;F«fft 10 GREELEY TRIIHJNE Tue«Uv, Dec. 20, 1955 flapping, Honking foose Saves Child, iets Social Security : : GENOA, Italy Wt - A Happing, honking while goose saved the lite .of a 2-ycar-oM child here Sunday ;«nd earned ilsclf a pardon from (he dinner table for life. ·: Mrs. Isabeiia Mondello, 38-ycar- bld housewife, bought the goose {or the traditional Christmas din- r)er. She loft it, in Ihc house, with ner daughter, Vannarosa, 'white ihe. wont shopping. ·; Neighbors .saw Ihc goose wildly flapping against the window before it broke the pane and bonked hut into open · air. The neighbors found Vannarosa unconscious and the house full of leaking gas. She recovered later. ', "We'll never cat goose again, and this goose will live with us forever," said Mrs. Mondcllo. U5I THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS NOTICE Do you know of a bellcr or cheaper w a y t o r e d u c e crime in Ihe Uniled Slates, or to lessen the cost of public welfare (nan to ndopl the Townsend National Insurance plan. Come to a ;Townsend Club meeting nnrl team more about it. Or call p h o n e ' n u m b e r 1783R. Corn and Wheat Estimates Gain WASHINGTON F. -- The Agriculture Dcpl. in a final report for the year, Monday estimated this year's corn crop at 3,184.836,000 bushels and the wheal crop at 038,159.000 bushels. The corn estimate is 1.3%,000 bushels more than the department's November forecast of 3,162,870,000 bushels and compares with the government's production goal of 3,000,000,000 bushels. A revised crop estimate put last year's corn crop at 3,010,284,000 bushels and the 10-year (1344-53) average at 3,080,115.000 bushels. The wheat estimate is 22,631,000 bushels more- t h a n last month's forecast of 915.S28.000 bushels and compares with the government's goal of about 870,000,000 bushels. A revised estimate put last year's wheat crop at 984,845,000 bushels and the 10-year average at 1,134,073.000 bushels. Old Fashioned Revival Hour Quartel Here '·' Doggone Happy DETROIT ui -- Bobby »nd a spotted unnamed friend were hailed nut of the suburban Liv,- onia dog pound in a hurry. His owner, the late Mrs. lla L. Furrow, 67, had: Bcnucalhed a friend, Mrs. Kayo' Davis, $500 . for lifetime care of the dog; included Mrs. Davis in a $50,000 will lo'be shared with .several-friends. Out of the most famous musical grovipi In ll t'ht world, the Old F.shioned Revival Hour quartet and fjj.niil Rudy Atwood of Holly- be presented by the group which is ' h e a r d - e a c h week on the Old Fashioned R e v i v a l - Hour worldwide broadcast with Dr. Cliarlcs E. 'fuller. The network carrying the program is one of the largest in the world. The quartet and Alwood make a very limited number of personal appearances each year, and this engagement is one in a brief series to be presented by Hie rained group in key cities across America. Each member of the group is a talented soloist. Rudy Alwood, thepianist, Is considered one of the most versatile in his field to- day. Thc'y liLve recorded many religious favorites which have enjoyed world-wide distribution and popularity. The rally is open to the public and there will be "no admission charge. A SW-mile railway tunnel to cost $8,400,000 is being built near IMetermaritzhurg, South Africa. Tlio job will take four years. Many sheep raisers consider the golden eagle a serious menace to their lamb crops. TO THE PEOPLE OF GREELEY.... and particularly to those who realize they have only THREE shopping days left until Christmas: We have.in stock for immediate delivery six perfectly charming electric Bean Pot sets . . . We'll be glad to sell them-to the fi'rst six lucky people at only $9.15 a set. . · We also have just received a shipment of six (6) automatic 8-cup Coffee Makers. Sorry, we can't mention the brand-but, out they'go at $17.75 each. First come, first served! Our supplier of .ladies' dresser sets sent us 84 instead of 48--so he has authorized us-to sell them out'at $12:95 "for an' ) l : piece set: comb, brush, mirror, picture frame, and so oh., We think these make wonderful gifts for girls from eight to 80 years of age. We've just received a shipment of dishes--three beautiful'patterns to choose from! These are 53-piece services for efght . . . sets mode by the French 1 Saxon China Company : . . $10:95 per set. Also, we have'a nice.stock of Dormeyer electric fry" pans (you can us'e them as a french fryer, too!) at $18.95.. And, perfect for the Christmas turkey is our Westinghouse electric roaster oven and utility stand for'$29.95. For men with whiskers . . . and for those who are expecting to grow them soon .-. . we suggest a new Norelco, Sunbeam, Shick or Remington Electric Razor to take those shaving blues away. (If he has on old razor to trade in, we'll allow $7.50 for it . . . You can bring the old razor in after 'Christmas if you want to surprise him) We still have a nice stock of watches and diamonds (on every one of our diamonds the purchaser receives our Protected Purchase Bond . . . we'd be happy to tell you about that). and We also have cameras and fountain pensl By the way we are still selling Sheaffer Pens and Pencils at /3 off the established price. Costume jewelry, earrings, lapel pens, pearls (real and simulated), silverware (some patterns in 1847 Rogers and Holmes and Edwards) will be sold at over 1/2 off the regular price. Time payments on purchases if .you desire -- no interest or carrying charge/Take as long as a year to pay. And remember . . . after Christmas we will be here to exchange your gifts in case of duplication. All merchandise sold is guaranteed!!! We hope this might give you a few ideas; if not, drop by anyway and we'll suggest something else. Sincerely, 10' Dead in".'Northern - . European Blizzard LONDON'Hi ---The first savage blizzards of winter raged over northern Kurojic Monday, killing at least 10 and bringing 'biting frosts and chokirfg fog H from!Lon- daon to Helsinki. Five persons died of the cold in Scandinavia. Three perished in traffic accidents in Britain as cars and buses .slithered and slipped on ice-encrusted roads. · ·· Kight sliips were trapped by ice packs in the. Gulf of Bothnia.be- tween S\vcdcn and Finland. Helicopters took off from a base near Helsinki to aid tEic 14-man crew of the tiny British frctehtcr.Jiiilith Mary/ stuck light with her hull crushed in ice fioes in the Gulf of Finland, but were'beaten back by foul weather. Buganda is the largest, wealthiest and most independent of Uganada's four provinces. Home For Christmas! WILL1AMSTOWN, Mass, 'un ' -- Diiane . S. T. Yce, 19, Is going home, to Honolulu for the holidays because his feLlow.-students at'Wil- liams College have the Christmas spirit. : Ycc, a ;junlorj is a freshman adviser. Some of his freshman contacts decided to try to raise m o n e y , to. lei Yee go home. A two week's collection brought Cattle raying Phone 336 enough money for · cotch trip and Yee'y fraternity added enough more for-.a:,first class-rnundlrip. So Sunday, Y« tik« off trait Idlewild/irport ta:N«w York to*" three weeks. : . · !' i « · ' ; !',-A'i' - We Stand;--.;;-,;. · . . - - '' ' . between - - ' · ' · ' · ' ; ' · You; and Loss '·;. FLOM and PETERSON 708 ;T*nth Street - Phone 218 (for all the staff at Zale-Lee) Open Every Evening 'Til Christmas . . . for Your Shopping Convenience 806 8th St., Greeley ' :'Phoni721 When The Gift Is From GREGORY'S 813 8th St. It Says "Merry Christmas" In A Special Solid Co/or CLASSIC FR A MAN'S W^X^.-. MAN.. -MH^ · Mint. Green' · Maize '· T a n · · Aqua Salmon " · Melon ». 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