Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 1, 1977 · Page 53
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Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 1, 1977
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^ M · -GUEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed.. Jane 1.1M7 1-93 Vans For Sale 95 4W1MI Drives 99 Auctions 99 Auctions 99 Auctions 99 Auctions 99 Auctions »no J#*p p*m -- «u (*I r ttlttth $Tr*H, MM77J. £»»·!* Co. . «* »» H7-: FC.1D Vn EccAsl -V -L'ftCtf TOM W* SCOUT Irmkf -- * *tw«i drtv», H.CCO mllti. gccd cwditktt, S** at AH Purpew RtMtil. BJ-1WO. M'j OCC-^E VST -- Evrt'Vil ; ng 1174 DODGE *· ton -- 4 ¥***! hMiti d««. Denver. 1-.UMUJ. :;-94 Pickups, Trucks 1»tt WIL e^Str*. r«I«!s. Wtjcn -- S7 CT*v M Wltti RlfnJty PTO JEEP ft Illy* for ul» or tr»d« -- AJw **SMti S». Spcctil cn tctft 154 U1I. AL".VA S irjm :»to 3CO us«j truchj bt«t tc-e yrf.n ECXEJ. and all kinds o( r,''rs Cs ion Trvci Eaiei. me, Exit Hi : .-"lie* Hit f I Lwcmoat. JlCo. 11» FOR SALE - 1W CJJ. New paint, ntw Tcp witn su-.roel. R*W r»ck« chrwrn revtrst wtietli, FM I trwk iTtrto. reullt rranimlwJon «ixi irwufw c««. v-4, txctiitfit twwltfcrt. Beit ctftr. In Denver. c«l! !«»·»» or SH «t UNC Ktpner parking let. V ^ O ^ E T HjH !cn ·- !27 «n«!fW. :! iraniriiis'wi, re* Hr«, A-l xi. Cilt t'-trJpm, 353 SMI. U75 fCSD Pitkvp -- CviT3.-n F ICO^ton. S4 ;W a- KM clitr. .Vjp.y extras. SJ7- m JEEP Wagwwer--Aufomitk. pow«r ItMf Infl. power brafcts. 354-iSTO. fi AND J'S Mariay NlgM AKlfen - itt tth Avtnw, Oft***. Fret *x«i pku-p. KH commiutoA. J$7«3. Semi-Truck Load Sale Industrial Tools and Machinery Air Tools, Hand Tools, Drill Presses, and More! Tools carry FACTORY GUARANTEES! Brand Names. Terms:Cash or Check Trailer Specialties 24191st Ave. June 2nd and 3rd 1I7i FORD \nw-S.'XMtbox a »7 FORD m -- y»ft bed eanwer shttl, coat enha-jit, nj!l bar. ilUIng rtir airflow, new Jirei. 4I.OW mll«. Excellent ewdllloo. 353-7571 SMcS Weit ITU Street. UTS GMC Terrain - 4 wh«l drlvt. Racist), im-lm, ipray foam Insulation, more. Mwt wt. Musi uil -- ISJOO. W3- 9530. 99 Auctions IS, 1 ; CHEVROLET Heavy Duly h ton - s.j* moiiTino, radial tlrei, radio, *t ic-^-Mr ir »Mr:ilii!wi, pcvdtr Meetlno 3^3 tracts, f 300 mllti. UXO. 1S3-1W9 l?5i '2 TOK in-srtiitional pickup -- WfM. carpfr shell. S?00. 17CO 6th 1973 EL C,v.\iso-3i0,automatic,power i'stri-ic. fn-Asr braX«, a!r con- di1i;.i:ns, rfljifll tires, new paint. 353' " Wi SILVERADO -- i? ton, «*, factory H'jirced. Load?d, gltier extras, long tax. Alter 6,3Sd 4151. JUJCTKKEE8S - IIUlTOftS Ca!!h913)62S-S4S gr 19131 63-7070 LEGfRE AUCflDN REA1IY, INC. "Accredited Farm i Land Broker" GET QUICK CASH! Litite kids have a way of outgrowing irikes long before they vwar them oui! V/hy not sell Thai ttill-good tricycle with a Want Ad and get the quick cash you'll be needing to buy your youngster a two- wheeler? CALL 352-0211 92 Autos For Sale 92 Autos For Sale 92 Autos ' For Sale WE'VE GOT THE BUGS! 1974SUPE8 Yellow, 4 speed, low miles. Nu. 7719. $2300 1974 BUG Blue, 4 speed, very low miles. No. 6202A. $2200 1974 BUG Red, 4 speed, overage miles. No. 7709. $2100 1973 SUPER Green, 4speed. N0.6M9A. $2000 1973 SUPER Blue, 4 speed, average miles. No. 7635. $2000 1973 BUG Blue, 4 speed. No. 7721. SPECIAL!! 1969 BUG Orange, 4 speed, slrong engine. No. 7004D, $1100 1971 SUPER Orange, automatic. No. 7716. $1600 1959 BUG Vintage! Sunroof, 4 speed, very good mechanical condition. No. 7727. $650 ECONOMICAL, MANEUVERABLE, RESPONSIVE, ROAD HOLDING, DEPENDABLE, DURABLE THE MOST PRODUCED CAR EVER! MARKLEY ® SMB ® IMPORTS Volkswagen 3805W. 10th St., Greeley, Colo. Ph. 353-3311 Opcr,t:!U:15P.M 99 Auctions 99 Auctions 99 Auctions ;GONE AUCTION! LIQUIDATION SALE OF NEW TOOLS THURS.,'JUNE 2 - 7:00 P.M. AL HALLCOCK AUCTION COMPANY 503 13TH STREET GREELEY, COLORADO w"TM OFFER FOR SUE AT PUBLIC AUCTIOH TO THE HIGHEST IIDDEI THOUSANDS OF DOUARS WORTH OF HEW BRAND NAME H.'AVT DUTT T001S. IT Will PAT TOU TO DIIIVE KANT MIIES TO ATTEND THIS AUCTION. SKI1L. BUCK i DECKER - ROCKWELL · RODAC · CP · CHICAGO · STAN1ET · KEN - MULE! FALLS · SHOPWATE - S i n I1ES6MHO . 7RU CRAFT · JIT · BLUE LINE - EMERSON - BUFFALO - VISE CHIP - CKANNELIOCK - CUMMINS. SHOP- TOOIS · HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: LARGE BENCH GRINDERS IlLiVV DUTY 5" AND 6" VISES lit AND I/? INCH DBILL.S DRILL BITS.HIGH SPEED JIG SAWS :: SANDERS OPEN EHD BOX END WRENCHES SOCKET SOS-ALL SIZES HEAVY DUTV POWER CABLE TAP C, DIE SETS :: TOOL BOXES LXT'N. CORDS :: TROUBLE LIGHTS CATTFRY BOOSTER CABLES AIR AND WELDING HOSES POWER SAWS :' PLANERS L A T T L r t Y CHARGERS TRUCK TARPS-ALL SIZES TABLE SAWS ELECTRICAL TAPE PIPE WRENCHES :: BOLT CUTTERS AIR IMPACT WRENCHES 3/E, 1(2. 311, AND 1 INCH IMPACT SOCKET SETTS ALL SIZES HODY SHOP AIR TOOLS AIR DRILLS BODY GRINDERS FLOOR JACKS. AIR COMPRESSORS SHOP VACUUMS HAND TOOLS LARGE DRILL PRESSES TRUCK JACKS PUNCH CHISEL SETS POWER HACK SAWS PORTABLE GENERATORS HOME STEREOS HOUSE PAINT :: BRUSHES AM-FM RADIOS CB RADIOS CLOCKS MEN'S LADIES' WATCHES ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINES VACUUM CLEANERS JETS OF WATERLESS COOKWARE STAINLESS STEEL TABLEWARE KNIFE SETS -ONE LOT- ·HOUSEWARES ·SADDLES AND TACK ·GIFT ITEMS wait i Minn in OF mm TO it win ALL SVIJtCt 10 "101 SAIL COMtlASLT/JRING rOUR FAMIIT AND FRIENDS. Merchandise ton be inspected afternoon day el ialc Soil Will It H,U loin .rSr... 5 DUIUf KIICOX! ALL TOOLS AND MERCHANDISE GUARANTEED. AUCTIONEER: AL HALLCOCK TERMS: CASH OR CHECK IBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBttflJ LA SALLE AUCTION AUCTION EVERYTHUSSDAY AT/O'CLOCK H4Maln -- Phone2S4-77?8 Couches, chairs, tables, stereo, TV, beds, end tables, coffee tables, refrigerator, stove, lamps, radio, lawn mower, 65 Ib. bow, Merrow dishes, clocks, toaster, gun rack, tires, antiques, copper boiler, ashtray, traps, baskets, glassware, stained glass windows, many misc.' ! items too numerous to mention. Lots of new mdse. WEHOLOOUTSIOE AUCTION ALL CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME Commission: 20% On All Hems !f For Free Pick-up Call 284-7793 Manager --Anna Johnson BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ Salisbury* ·LTD. NO AUCTION THISWEEK Look For Our Ad Next Week! SALISBURY AUCTIONS LTD. 1-25 East Frontage Rd. - South of Prospect, Ft. Collins Jack Salisbury Auctioneer Ft. Collins, Colo. Phone303-l93-9072 XHp' Member Colo. National Auctioneers Association SALES COMMISSION WE AT BALDWIN t COMPANY ARE CELEBRATING OUR 4th YEAR IN GREELEY (ORIGINALLY COLORADO AUCTION CO. AND STILL THE SAME OWNERSHIP). AS A SPECIAL OFFERING WE'RE SELLING FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, ANTIQUES FOR 10% COMMISSION!!! 10% for furniture, working major appliances, antique furniture and large consignment pieces. 20% on all miscellaneous, knick-knacks, small items. Truly a. bargain, since Baldwin Company has maintained the No. 1 auction market in the area since 1973 with top-dollar results. OPEN MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 A.M. to S P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY FROM 9 AIM. TO RECEIVE MERCHANDISE CoivipANy - BROKERS 105 11 Avtivui 556-4554 , CO 80651 FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE AUCTION Saturday, June 4--1:30 P.M. 217Carson; Brush, Colo. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: 3-Pc. Italian Renaissance Loveseat -- 2 chairs, refinished -- ready to upholster; Oak Mission slyle handcarved wooden rocker; deacon bench; wood worker; Seth-Parker chair; Gov. Wintiirop secretarial; i original oil paintings (over 90 years old); old picture; brass sjiitoon; inlaid coffee table; boudoir chair; oak dresser; chest drawers; drop-front desk; three tier pie crust table; walnut china cabinet; marble mantle clock; dresser; 1 old iron beds; 4 wood chairs; needlepoint foot stool; stone jars, jugs, Ireadle Singer sewing machine; black walnut marble top dresser; assorted lead windows; old bookcase; commode; ice box; cow bells, trunk, several old chairs, many old picture frames, horse tie down, table (eagle claw feet). FURNITURE: MW bronzetone 17 ft, dbl. door refrig.; Philco matching auto, washer and gas dryer; MW upright deep freezer; turquoise hide-a-bed, table lamp, recliner w/vibrator -- heat; 50 dr. chest; Danish walnut round dining table w/4 chairs; Philco BW TV; occ. chair; New Home portable sewing machine; 3 table lamps; cabinet sink; portable record player; record cabinet; Crossfield tape player; occ. chair; kitchen table; wood shop bench; fruit jars; dishes; pots and pans; 3 metal utility cabinets; Toro lawn mower; lawn furniture; roof rutter and down spout; wheelbarrow; step ladder; gas space heater; tool chest; 14 bundles asphalt shingles; Skil saw; Powr-Kraft table saw; windows; lumber; lawn and garden supplies and equipment. TERMS: Cash auction date -- home is sold -- .thus everything sells. . FLORENCE ROUNDS--Owner Odte Cumbcrlin flUCTIOn«RS Office at Brush Livestock of Colo. P.O. Box 248, Brush, Colo. 80723 (3031 842-2822 Greeley Associates: Carl Hirsch and Art Parker -- 352-1212 (WINGATE 7ARM RA!fCH I AUCTIONS 4289 Terry Lake Road Fort Collins. Colorado 80521 MSTEES RANCH DISPERSAL SALE Top QUARTER HORSES ANDAPPALOOSAS Saturday, June 11,1977 2:00 P.M. A! ELK RIVER GRAZING ASSOCIATION Go West on Highway 40, 2 miles out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Follow Hwy. m North lor IS miles. SELLING 39 Head: STALLIONS; BROOD MARES; GELDINGS; COLTS; DRAFT HORSES For information: M. Stees Ranch, Clark, Colo. SW28, Telephone (303) 879.M95. Auctioneer: Jim Wingate (303) WH954 . WINGATE FARM RANCH AUCTIONS 4289 Terry Lake Road . Fort Collins, Colorado 60521 THE AUCTION BLOCK FLEA MARKET EVERY SUN. Next Sale Wed., 7:00 P.M., June 1 Lots of Good Merchandise. Some New -Some Used -- Some Antiques and Misc. Several New Consignments fSPECIAL CONSIGNMENT Selling for Storage Company Desk, chest, couch, tools, lots of miscellaneous. PARTIAL LIST: New recliners, rockers, couch, chair, end tables, lamps, treadle sewing machine, dental equipment, oak fern stand, 220 air conditioner (like new), beautiful old desk (excellent condition), beautiful round pedestal table, 4 decorative high back chairs, antique gold crushed velvet seats, 12 ft. alum, fishing boat a'nd fable, maple Kvin beds (complete), desk, chest, dinettes, furniture, Riff, stoves, washers, oak library table, crib, odd oak chairs, wringer washers, hide-a-bed, other items too numerous to mention. at the Auction Block wish to take this opportunity to congratulate the Baldwin Company on their 4th anniversary. They have done a fine job here in Greeley as we topetodoalso. P.S. Keep up the good work. Open Daily for consignments and inspection of merchandise. Consignors paid after the sale is over. SALESEVERYWED.7P.M. THatstneAUCTION BLOCK 370 E. 16th Sf. Greeley 356-9989 Sale Every Wed., 7:00 Sharp Weld County Real Estate Transfers Docuraenl fers listed are al thf ratf of one cent per (100 of the selling price. Property selling for less than J500 is exempt. May 17 Wheeler Realty Co. to Charles L. and Marlaine K. Hoenig, Lot 23, Block 7, Windsor West, Windsor, DF J2.90. David A. Montano to Florence M. Girardin, Lot 13, Block 2, Great Western Addition to Johnstown, DF 15.85. Kenneth J. and Mae C. Clossen to Joe A. and Carole V. Scott, a tract of land in Section 17, Township 1, Range 65, Weld County, DF $1.90. ABN Corp. to Gene F. Eberl. Lots 4 and 5, Block 14, Mead Square in the town of Mead, DF 51.20. K. M. C. Corp. of Longmont to Robert D. McCauley, Lot 22 and Lot 16, Block 4, Reed's Subdivision, Second Filing, Platteville, DF 51.30. Kent P. and Barbara . J. Margetts to Edward M. and Ruth Romero, Lot 17, Block 2, Fourth Addition to Ward Acres, Greeley, DF $3.25. Percy L. and Glenna Kay Hamilton to Randall Scott and Jean Rehfeld Meyer, Ut 13, Block 9, Fourth Addition to Wilshire, City of Greeley, DF $3.58. John E. McArthur to Timothy James and Donita Jo May, Lot 5, Second Replat of Crestview, First Addition, Greeley DF I $2.90. Michael A. Kubik to Paul J. and Mary E. Arnold, the Ste of Lots 13 and 14, Block 1, Evans Sub., Groeley DF $1.85. .Richard Scupham to Arrowhead of Greeley, Inc., Lot 29, Block 177A, Craig, Archer, Kohler and Tracy's Sub., Evans, DF $.36. Raymond F. and Kathleen A. Larson to Daniel M. and Lynn . D. Guerrero, Lot 17, Block 6, Brentwood Park, Greeley, DF $3.35. Jerald A. Bohlender to Ed Douglas Williams ST., and Ed Douglas Williams Jr., part of the NEW of Section 1, Township 3, Range 65. Weld County, DF $7. Robert and Lilliam Ehrlich to Carroll and Dorothy F. Capper, Lot 11, Block !, Westview, Greeley, DF $3.75. Texas Land Co. to Raymond L'. and Gail D. Smith and Leonard L. Holben, Lot 1, Block 2, Stephens Sub., Greeley DF $1.17. Elizabeth V. Snyder to Frank P. Martin, Lot 27, Block 7, Hill- n-Park Second Filing, Greeley, DF $.65. Charles L. and Donna M. Vale to Gary D. and Sharon Ann Rabas, Lot 7, Block 3, Grandview Addition, to the City of Fort Lupton, DF ?4.45. · (Originally Colorado Auction Co.-) By MRS. G.W.CASS May 30 -- Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Bolin spent Thursday night with the Don Willis family in Littleton and attended graduation in Boulder Friday morning.' Kerry Willis was . among the 4080 Colorado University graduates. Kerry had previously received the Val Fisher award of $250 for outstanding work in her chosen field of social science; also the Jacob Van Ek award for "distinguished performance in the university and the community" On May 1, Kerry was among the 110 students inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary scholastic fraternity. She plans to leave earlyin June for Philadelphia where she will begin para-legal training. Briggsdale baccalaureate exercises were held Sunday night for the Briggsdale seniors and the eighth grade. Mrs. Andrew West played the processional and recessional, "Pomp and Circumstance"; the invocation and benediction were given by the Bev. Gertrude Horn; music was "An Evening Pastorale" and "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" by. BHS Chorus, Mrs. Foos, director; scripture and message were given by the Jim Price. Commencement exercises were held Tuesday evening. The following program was presented: processional "Priests March," by Mrs. Andrew West; Invocation- the Rev. Daniel Davis; salutatory address- Eugene Heinle; music "I Believe" by BHS Chorus, Mrs. Foos, director; valedictory address Cheryl Ruh; introduction of Speaker Ralph Wood; address Dr. William C. Dean, assistant commissioner Briggsdale news of education, Office of : Development Services; Music-' "Day by Day" BHS.Chorus; awarding eighth grade certificates -- Roland Ball, president; awarding of high school diplomas Robert E. Hill, secretary; benediction- the Rev. Daniel Davis; recesaional- "Priests March," Mrs. Andrew West. Receptions were 1 'held at various places following commencement honoring the seven seniors. Mrs. Fern Johnson and Dorothy Bolin were luncheon guests of · Mrs. Frances Christenson at Kuner Saturday. Other guests were Peggy Biggs, daughter of Mrs. Christenson, Jackie Walker, and Ruth Herring of Denver. Miss Herring, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herring, is a former student of Mrs. Bolin's. Mrs. Herring and her brother, Chris Christenson, were early residents of Fosston. Charles Witmer, Ed Bolin, and Mary Mueller, all of Greeley, were dinner guests of the Reuel Bolins Sunday, honoring Reuel on his birthday. The seniors returned Sunday from a five-day trip throughout Colorado. They covered 1,200 .miles. Places of interest visited were Dillon, Grand Junction, Durango, Mesa Verde, Canon City, the Royal Gorge, Colorado Springs, and Denver. Accompanying theseniors were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scopel and Mrs. Julius. Mrs. Dan Davis, Mrs. Bill Schawo, and Adolph Heinle attended the Burns Clinic at the Hospital in Greeley Wednesday. Instruction on how to treat burns was given. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knespel and Kristen of Greeley were Sunday dinner and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cass. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. .and Mrs..Clare Armagost were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Armagost and family of Denver. Duane (Shorty) Harding has been asked to be the weather spotter for this area,"so any servere weather can be reported to Denver. He would greatly appreciate it if anyone noticing any signs of severe storms or tornadoes, of floods, hail, or any other unusual weather would please call his number 656-3655. · Mr. and Mrs. 'Wayne Cass hosted a pinochle party in their home Saturday evening. Enjoying their hospitality were Messrs and Mmes W. E. West of Greeley, Clare Armagost, Andy West, Cliff Waymire of Fort Collins, and G. W. Cass High scores went to Mrs. Andy West and Armagost, and lows to Mrs. Waymire and G. W. Cass. West won pinochle prize. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Olsen were "dinner and overnight guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Andy West. At a special Parent Teachers Club that evening he showed slides of Sweden, taken by the Olsens on a recent trip. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steven were Monday night guests of Mr.-and Mrs. Brace Freemyer. Mrs. Lula Stephen relumed to her home in La Junta with them. The Walter Stevens had attended a Coast. to Coast Regional Manufacturing at Casper. Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. John Townley of Aliens park were supper guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph, Gene, and Dave, and attended graduate exercises.

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