Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 7, 1961 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, November 7, 1961
Page 9
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Donald Brotzman Addresses Club Donald G. Brotzman, attorney from Boulder and former U.S attorney, spoke on "The Republican , Outlook" at. a. meeting of the Grecley Republican Women's CJub Monday at the Guild Room of the Episcopal Church. - ' · 'He touched briefly on his experiences while serving as U. S attorney for Colorado. He.staled that, since' then lie had a deeper appreciation of justice in the-U.S, which he contrasted with, the situation In Cuba where justice is A cry of "to the wall" by a mob. "Conditions in Cuba are like hav ing a rattlesnake at your back and should be dealt with accordingly," he said. Brotzman expressed optimisln for Ifce Republican parly as he said, "There is a tremendous momentum in this state as well as n ether parts of the country." He credited the women of the party for their, work and outlined four steps to lead to a Republican vie- ory in 1962: organize, raise men- Don* M G. r*»imart ey, have an affirmative program. and select qualified candidates." Mrs. Sherman Neilson, program chairman, introduced the speaker '' A wonderful opportunity |o own your complete i«rvicc of fine family ftitvtr in one purchaiel Beautiful matched p(*c«i m D**pSilv*r -- lk« only lilvtrplatt inlaid wilh solid «(»er to allure yean of sparkling table beauty. INTERNATIONAL During the'business meeting al 'hk-h the'president, Mrs, Floyd ohnson presided, reports were [iven by Mrs. Kay McElroy, p«r- lamentariim for the National Federated Republican Women's Club, MI a meeting at Sun Valley, Idaho n September,. and by Mrs. Paul xxhvick on a meeting held at Forl Collins.' Mrs. Johnson announced that a Benefit bridge parly will be given Feb. 15. Mrs. Clair Somerville, assisted y Mrs. C. J. Elmblade and Mrs. i R. Sleinberger were in charge f the tea table. Mrs. John Carlson ,and Miss McElroy poured. There -were. 50 members and ;uests present. Harvest Holiday Bazaar Thursday Holiday Harvest Bazaar, an- lual endeavor of the Women's Society of the First Congregation il Church, will-be held Thursday rom 9 a.m. lo 8 p.m., in Fellow- ihip Hall'of the church. Festivities will begin wilh the erving of coffee and rolls from 9 a.m. lo 11. o'clock with Mrs. Charles Fagfrbc;';; as : chairman. At 9:30 o'clock t'.w booths, will e open to all. "A variety of specialties, prepared by the women ( the church, will be featured at each booth as follows: aprons md handwork, Mrs. Harley Gra- Ic, chairman; toys, Mrs. Floyd Oliver Jr. and Mrs. Gerald Mize, ·hairmen; cooked foods, Mrs. )on Gallup, chairman; treasures, Kirs. Sam Gales and Mrs. Bruce 'arker, chairmen and Christmas lecoralions, Mrs. George Stout, ihairman. A luncheon snack will be,served rom 11:15 a.m. lo 1 o'clock under Ihe chairmanship of Mrs. .loyd. Carney and Mrs. William Slpckover. The menu is chili, sand viclies, coffee, milk and pie. Students, business people and teachers are especially invited lo-spend their. lunch hour at Ihe bazaar since the food will be served cafeteria style and will.provide for a quick lunch. Afternoon coffee will be servec n the lounge from 2 to 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. Robert McLauihlin as chairman. A swiss steak dinner will enc :he bazaar H will be o'clock. Tickets are available .Eirough individual chairmen from Mrs. Charles Perry, dinner ;icket chairman, EL 2-2S18. 'THE INTESNAnONM SHYH COMPANY you g«f ... 16t*aipoonf I knivti liforb, 1 iolod for»«' t soup spoons I buHer knil« I sugar spoon I tablespoon I picrcx! table s tfUU AVAIUM Mr. *nd Mr». F«rr«t Stuh. Photo by Kadl*ctk Open House Honors Stutzes. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest'Stutz of 2121 7th St. Rd., were honored with an open house at their home Sunday in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Hosts for the festivities were day at 5:30 o'clock, served again at 7 Galeton Ladies Aid To Have Bazaar Fri. Galeton Ladies Aid will hold its annual'bazaar and turkey dinner Friday at the Galeton Community Church. Turkey din tiers will be served from « to B p.m. Homemade articles will be so' at various booths and there will be a fish' pond for the children. The public is in vited. Mrs. Essie Morgan Plays for-LTW Club Fifteen members, o; the 171'W Club enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Laura Bird for their November'-meeting. Mrs.. Mary ,Smith was assistant hostess. Mrs. Ella Barnes and Mrs. Minnie Roberts, a former member, were guests. . Entertainment was provided by Miss Essie Morgan who played sc- ections on the harmonica.. Mrs Blanche Scanllin conducted.-a quiz game and Mrs. Hester Wake man gave a reading. , . Mrs. Cora Phelps .received a birthday gift from her secret pal A turkey dinner and Christmas party was planned for Dec. 15 at noon at the Westfair reslauran heir four daughters and their . . . , r · - , _ aim I'll 3. l l a l u L l uar armies: Mr and Mrs. Ronald bccn ,,, l|ie h j!al f? Ql-ll-nrJol Vnff X I i» n-nJ .' f»r . f Mrs. Wilbur,Jackson Elected President : Mrs. Wilbur Jackson was elected president of the Kersey Home and Garden Club at a luncheon meeting at the Town Hall last week. Mrs. Charley Pruess was wstess. ' Other officers elected were Mrs. Guy Fox, vice president;' Mrs. Jarl Lesser, secretary; Mrs, Leland Young, assistant' secretary; Mrs. Henry Murphy, treasurer; and Mrs. Ernest Erickson, assistant treasurer. Guests of the 12.members present were Mrries. Helen Friedman of Ozelin, Kan,, Neal Dilley, Ralph Giggy and Ernest Thomas. Roll calll was answered by r what 1 was most thankful for in the past year." Membtrs voted to send cards tu Mrs. A . - J . Bihain and Mrs. Ralph Davis who nave TUM., Nov. 7, 19K1 GREEf,EY TRIBUNE P«f* V Book Reviewers Dint ·· At Herman Williarrisei Ur. and Mrs. Herman William? were hosts for a' dinner m«tinj of the Mr. and Mrs. Book'He- viewers Group of AAUW at Iheit home at H13 26th Ave. Ct. Mrs. Louis IA Molle and Mrs James Wheeler assisted Mrs. Wil liams with- the dinner. ·. ·Dr.' James Wheeler reviewed lh« · book "You Can Trust thi. Commu-' nisls,". by.'Kred Schwarz. H« quoted, "They've stated their m lentions and beliefs unmistakably, : you can trust them to pursue thcu plan for'world domination. Thi trouble is that most people simply do not believe these facts.' If they were convinced, they would be : prepared t o ' p a y any price and spend any amount of time and money to try and 'avert the threat." · - ' .'·'·-.... .. - · Tlie group participated in a discussion o f ' t h e book following! Dr. 1 Wheeler's review. · ". ; _ , . Any AAUW interesled in bccom- - Neff, Mr. and Mrs, Tommy (Belly) Bach and Mr.'and .Irs.' Robert (Beverly) Brown and rtiss Phyllis Stutz, a senior al Ireeley High School. For the occasion,/Mrs. 1 Stulz vore a moon shade two-piece knit ,uil..'Wiih .black accessories. .Her. orchid.corsage was a gift.'of.her' grandchildren, Tommy .and ;Tarn-1 my Bach 1 and Jimmy Brown. , Mrs.' Wilberl Powers of Greeley, a close friend o f . t h e family.'kept the guest book. Guests were, from ,- Fort Morgan,; ^Viggins. Milliken,- Henderson, Denver', Gill, a n d Kersey. ' . ' . ' ; · ' Mrs. Johnnie Bernhardt:presided at the silver- coffee service and Mrs,.-\Yillard:.SUtlz,' sister-in- l a w - o f .the couple, cut the cake Mrs. George Scadcr of Henderson, Mrs. Stulz's sister, poured the punch. . . ' The Slutzcs were married Nov. 4,,1936, at Fort Morgan and. they lived at Wiggins for 'eight years Mrs. Roger Day gave the garden article on the care of plants in the fall, 'lite Christmas party will be held at her home. Mrs. Young had the social. GWENDOLYN PROCTOR, senior at College High School, has been notified of her-selection as a resource member of the Midwestern; Youth Advisory Council to the American Red Cross. Announcement of her appointment was made by .Midwestern Area Headquarters.' of the American Heel Cross al St. Louis. Miss Proctor was selected on the basis of her experience, leadership, and contributions to the Red Cross in her community .''She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Proctor, 1826 8th. Avc. Adopted In 1795 Paris--"The Marseillaise" .written by Claude Joseph Houget de ing a member of the' group may contact Mrs. Wheeler at El -3-0767, for further information. : Bon Portugal.. ·.'.'·_"'. ACCRA--Ghana has closed Hi- sea and airports to 'Portuges* ships and aircraft except in caaei of distress -in protest against Portugal's policy of suppression', ii Angola. The Government also an-: nounced the withdrawal 'of exist- Lisle, was declared France's na-'ing open and general licenses to tional anthem July IS, 17D5. limport goods from Portugal. They lived at Denver before moving to Greeley in 1946*'*' No Charge for Credit mi 819 Tenth St. ^m. is to'be provider liroughout .the day and until 8 p.m. General chairmen for tlie ba- zaar'are Mmes,'Richard Boetlch er, Dwight Nofziger .and Claude Schmitz; decorations^ 'Mrs. Ken nelh Monfort" and Mrs. Joe Phelps; publicity, -Mrs. Delmar Brewer; treasurer, Mrs. Malcolm Anderson; and nursery care, Mrs. Gene Overturf. Individual group dinner ticket chairmen are: ,1, Mrs. H. H. Scheierman; II, Sirs. W. G. Carpenter;-III, Mrs. Gilbert Fulenwider; IV, Mrs. James Mathews: V, Miss Marvel Shackelford; VI, Mrs. Russell Royer; VII, Mrs. Fred Armalage; Vlir, Mrs; Frank Weaver; IX, . Mrs. Fred H. Schmietenknop; and X, Mrs. Dennis Frydendall. til 2003 9th St..Members may call Mrs. Willard W.incgar at;Ei'2-5«96J Mrs/'Stulz is employed by Safe- far reservations .'for guests. ; way as a mca t c ] e rk. Slulz is in Townsend Club No. 3 will meei; t h e used car business at Rainbow Nov.' 1.4, at t h e . Consumer's Motors. Lounge. Members are asked to bring a sack lunch. District, council will hold election of officers Sunday at Boulder. Delegates to th« convention w; 11 be Mmes. Charles Coburn, Laura Bird and Fronie Schrader. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS You Can Be Sure A great help in easing the family's burden is a beautiful ' memory picture; knowing this, we take great care in performing our professional duties, and are never satisfied until we have achieved perfection, Toastmasters Clubs Join for Dinner Meeting Early Risers and Evening Toast masters clubs joined together al the Tea House last week for a chicken dinner. Sven Johansen, president of the evening group, introduced the toastmaster for the evening, Bruce Bailey. Four prepared speeches were delivered. Gale Aune -spoke on "Employer, Employe Communications"; Fred Tuck, "Do You Have A Plan?"; Ben Kolacny, "Fall-out Hysteria"; and Mike Rochrich, "Good Tires, a Necessity. 11 Best speaker of the evening award was a tie between T M c k and Hoehrich. Dean Duffield was a guest of the evening. Al Miller suggested at the close of the meeting that when a' Toastmaster had to be absent from his own club meeting that he a t t e n d the other club as a make-up. Both groups agreed to consider the sug gcstion. SPECIAL THIS WEEK! 'Trousers ' Plain Skirts * Sweaters · Sport Shirts A Any 4 f ° r One HOUR 1527 8th Across From Miller's .. . Super Market new comfort combination... 2 Great Values from Sealy Special, as advertised in Better Homes and Gardens... 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