Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 13, 1962 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 13, 1962
Page 11
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Johnstown... ·y MRI. AVA MILLiR JOHNSTOWN - The Jghjis. town Home and Garden club n*t with Mrs. Ruby Showalter last »e*k for a winter work shop. The thirtwa memberi present began at » a.m. working on Christmas corsages, door swags end table arrangements. Mi's. Kay Hiyden. president, held a short business melting. At noon a lundyos of sandwiches, coffee, Christmas cookies and fruits was served. On Dec. 17 the club will be entertained at a Christinas party at the Ray Hayden Karen. Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lafferty, Cathy and Eddie of Denver spcM Sunday with Mrs. Lafferty's par- ems, Mr. and Mrs. Ed YYillcox. The Johnstown Woman's Club was entertained it the home of Mrs. Stella Brown on Dec. 7 with Mri. Elizabeth Tromble. Mrs. Mary Sncdden, Mrs. Roger WU- Hams and Mrs. rah Ruple ; assisting hostesses. Twenty members and two guests, Mri. Elma Dansdill and Mrs. Walter Markham, attended. Mri. George Melitn. president, held the business meeting. Mrs. Carl Burch, program chairman, presented the Christmas program. A chorus of eight members, ac companied by Mrs. Joe Nolle, sang four Christmas songs: Mrs, Burch sang a solo: .V'-s. GeorRt Gray «nd Mrs. Clark Bci'der, cadi gav« Christmas readings. The group sang several songs after «hlch Santa appeared and dis trihuted gifls. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Massey, In the Courts | Jo« Garcia. 19. Gilcrest. reck-Thurs, Dec. 13, 1962 [less driving, SO, costs. i Wayne Ralph Purtzer, Greeley, ; bunting pheasants out of season, its. with $10 of fiae suspended. Emma Lou Ruckman, 48, 1109 costs. j GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 11,- Collins, short check, restitution of $30, costs. , , Mb -t.. was charged with driv ~£ mation filed in County Court by William E. Bohlender, deputy district Attorney. The defendant was accused of driving while drunk Dec. 4. The woman's bond was set at $1,000, Cecile Arlene Jensen. Greel areless driving, J10. costs. Sueo Sam Morimilsu. Fort Col-, ins, hunting pheasants out of|i season, 525. with tlO suspended,! costs. Arthur Weaver. Fort Collins, shooting from public highway, 1 M. Briggs. Hewart! Murray's Jf Cwrt Charles Rodney Kinsfather, 28, Ault, drunk driving. $100, costs. Silbestre A. Grimalde, Greeley. ipeeding, $23. costs. and battery, dismissed; disturbance and resisting an officer. $50, costs and one year in jail, with 10 AN ORGAN FOR THE CHAPEL at Weld County General Hospital was donated by the Grcclcy Lions Club. George Stout, left, hospital administrator, is shown here with Stan Bcson, tenter, and J. L. Johanscn, right, of the I.ions Club. Stout saiJ that formal protestant and Cath- olic services will begin in the chapel beginning this month. The Lions Club is also donating hymnals for the ihapel. The organ is of oak to blend »ith the decor of the chapel. Tribune photo by Paul Ediccrn. Greeley joined the group. Mrs. Teal baked the birthday cake. Mrs. Elma Dansdill of Akron spent three days last week with allocation of quotas made no The tiny oil sheikdom of Ku- thangc in the over-ail marketing wait gets only 2 to 4 inches of rain quota of 10 million tons for 19C2. yearly. year Jos Ramirez, Severance, lar ceny, K5, costs and 90 days in jail, with jail sentence suspender, on payment of fine and costs ant good behavior for one year. Ben Miera, Kersey, no oper alor's license. 55, costs. OPEN Sorurdoy Afternoons BARBER STUDIO ' C ' O EiiM*- A . f n u r Soln, Scrvict Lead ' * WASHINGTON - T»o-thir4tv!' :ihe 4,700,000 sicall businesses*!'i^ Gerald I. Lockart. Fort Collins,, shooting from public highway, $23, with $10 suspended, costs. Harry Shoemaker. Timnath. Hinting pheasants out of season. $23. with $10 suspended, costs. Carl Shoemaker, Timnath, hunt- Mark Hawker, Greeley, assault "? pheasants out of season. $25, GO WHERE SERVICE IS RON'S TV Hlllildt Center J5J-W1} KoiilVENT A W N I N G S ELCAR FENCE HOME SERVICE 3526006 with $10 suspended, costs. Frank Padilia Lopez. 36, Rt. 2. G'eeley, drunk driving, $100, days credit given for time served costs and balance of jail sentence sus- G « ral(i D - Turner, 26, Fort Col-: pended on payment of fine and ^^ short checks, restitution of cosU and good behavior for one W- 38 - *»ls- Carrol Joe Steinbock. 26, Fort Holictatf company coming to call? Shine Chest Woodgrsln plastic, 2 year guarantte with «149 shins equipment. 0 Superior Shoe Service Griilty 1110 8th Avc. Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. Meeker and Mrs. James Jackson of Hastings, Nebraska, visited with the Carl Smiths two days ; Teal. George Mcllen. Marie Brusl. Ed Willcox. .lo« Nolle, Charles Williams and George Gray went to Ihe Bonnell Home In Greeley on Dec. 14 to Deb* Harr of m ' Iy "' Bllt al the MtlhoJi51 thu ^' 1 . 1 1 !?..T hur * la J r ".« »« 11 * ias. week. Mmes. James tended. Phillip Page showed pictures of churches taken when he was traveling abroad last summer. They were taken in England, Germany. France, Italy and Greece. Page gave a very interesting description of his travels. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 1/ec visit-i! Buy It At Your Fovoriti Mtrchants help Mrs. Orpha Brunncr ccle-! ei Lec ' ! motner - Mrs - OIive Lec '' brate her birthday. Mrs. Maryj*'' 10 b slaying at the Berthoud Dunn and Mrs. Lydla Weige ofi Nursin S " ome - 1Irs - '·«· Ml. the Home and Mri Alda Nix of: lirca!ii "8 hcr h 'P recently. For Christmas . . . m STOCKMAN Open Friday NlghU Sugar Deficits Are Reallocated WASHINGTON lAPI-The Agriculture Department announced Wednesday that the Philippines are being given an addition*! 1H2 allocation of 15.000 tons of sugar and Western Hemisphere countries as a group an additional allocation of 73,000 Ions. The department said the domestic sugar be«t area will fail to supply 50,000 tons uf Us 1962 sugar marketing quota lor the continental United Slates and that Mexico will fall to meet its quota by 40.000 tons. As a result, these deficit* were reallocated. The sugar must reach the United States before the end of 1961, the department wid. The determination of the defirit and the re- Not a close-out! No trade-in needed! 23" Lo-Boy Cabinette TV New Motorola engineering breakthrough makes possible lower-than-ever prices on brand-name 23" TV Ilaml-wirod rliasMS · StiiX'rhly slylcd · Cipn- uiiic liiinhvtxxl vein 1 ! 1 !* and hardwixnl solids in Maliotjany, Walnut or Cherry wood-Kraincil linislifs. RON'S TV and Appliance Co. Hillnldt Onlfr Op«n Evnlnri '111 A: HILLSIDE CENTER ) Reg. 2.98. V S i i e 10-18 Shift Dresses *-~SUNDAY SPECIALS--Aluminum Christmas Trees I QA £ ft. High with Pom J.i99 Regular 11.98 HS ; ;Spv,-' V' : V-: /: : ··:·''? \*S .*^^.-j '^*-:v^: w -^*^ ~ GLITTERING GIFTS AND i^M^ *-i^!~^f. ·AHOAIN-1UYI 5 BIO ROLLS GIFT WRAPPIN8 Hurry, paper ts gay and inexpensive as. this y ill be a sellout! Lots of assorted colorful designs to make packages look so holiday-bright. S rolls, 20* wide, 415" ill all . 4 in Inn. "d" all. U i g u l a r ! s t 4 JUMBO SPOOLS CURLING RIBBON l"«r it I" liifo »iili i-nrlv » linn 1»-*'! 4 A. STATIONERY CHEST ...rkhpiddcd simulated leather with drawer. 36 sheets paper, 30 enre- I, BOXED SET . . . f o u r in hand or ready tied tie, cuff linki. plus pen-knife a n d k e y chain or tit-tack collar pin 1.97 C. PHOTO ALIUM... simulated - leather, non- larnish gold-color design. 40 sheets. Brown or ivory. iai54' l.tC P BOXED SET . . . elai- tic btlt with hiraldic motif, links and tie bar: p l u s p e n c i l o r Identity bracelet. 1.97 E. BOXED STATIONERY ...Decorative leather- look IT long box with 28 folded sheets, 24 envelopes , f. 6-K. PEN SCT.,.3 retractable ball point ^ pens. 2 pencil pens, 1 · flashlight with bitterv, f bulh .-; '"- 6. ADDRESS BOOK.,, .simulated leather. Index sections for birthdays, inrmersaries, etc, 4 colors. SVsxr .... 99c u T I E 4 B E L T SET . . . t i e w i t h 24-kt. g o l d i n i t i a l : m a t c h i n g elastic belt ha Initialed b u c k l e 1,79 J- P H O N E - A D D R E S S ·OOK...dcsk UK simulated leather, ncn-ter- nish gold-color dnsign. Brown, ivory, 5'^x8\ 79c y\\K. P H O T Q A L B U M . . . simulated leaihcr, non- .tarnifrt gold-color de«ign. Brown, frcta, ivory, rnj- loan. 7x10 inches .. j9c 1. I2V4xl4V«* SCRAP. ·OOK . . , SimiiUted leather. m i n-tarni?h pold. color dri(!n. 40 sheet*. BIUKC, i o t y . . . 1.69 See Santa at Hillside Center 3 to 7:30 Saturday

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