Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 8, 1961 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 8, 1961
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t'nge .1 GRKKLKY TRIBUNE Wed., Nov. 8, 1961 Mutual Problems Of Wheat Farmers Discussed Here Mutual problems farmers and grain o f w h e n "levalor op erators were discussed al an ail day meeting al Ihe Grceley Com try Club Monday. The meeting was called by Ihe Colorado Grain, Milling and Fett Dealers Association, according :. Del Ellis, oi Denver, associalioi president. Dlrcclors of Ihe Colorado Whea Administrative Commillee, Osca Marks of Sterling, Ken Ttiaycr rt Fort Collins and Raymond Roar of 'Wiggins attended the meetinj The group discussed new set Indentation tests (or grading whea as announced by the U.S. Depar 1 mcnt of Agrioullure. They vole lo ask Ihe department lo poslpon the effective date of ils enac mcnt for one year, pending lur- her studies and tesls. Also attending Ihe meeting wei e Jill Stewart and Hay Stack of Jolorado State University. Grain dealers altering wen. iill Sharps of Hlercc, Don Tay or of Longmont, L. J. Clark o irlggsdale, Bill Vogel, Chtt Nus baum, Bob Kuyes and Glenn Tan nor of Ealon, Jon. Wells and Dean Timolhy of Grecley, J. B. Carl son of. Berthoud, L. M. Kleiner Kerb Southall and Oils Scott o Loveland, and Hay Call en, Lloyd Knapp, Dave I'agu and Boti Wie nil from Denver. Also from Grceley were, Ca"r liwanson and Hay Kane; Larimc County Agricultural Slabilizalior Service ofll.c. Forming Drops Washington--Tenant farms con stilule about a fifth of all Unitei Slates farms, (he lowest ratii since 1680. READY-MIX CONCRETE $11.00 Per V d . . DELIVERED ANYTIME Plaster and Brick Sand Top Soil Gravel NORDELL HOMES INC. 40-1 i/j IRlh St. EL 3-2090 ROM'S TV. THE ALL-NEW ZENITH COLOR TV IS HERE NOW! WE SERVICE ALL MAKES RADIOS-STEREO TELEVISION SERVICE CALL 5 00 GIRL SCOUTS liiig were Invested In Troop 56 of J«ckjon School it i TM*tmg l»tt week-- it · the home of Mrs. Gale Aune, co-leader, 2512 17th Aye. Earlier In the se**n, an Investkure tervlct wu held out doors »t .the James D. Massed home, 96 Alles Acres, whkh Dona and Lavon atteaded as their second meeting. . Mrs. William L. West Is leadei Miss Roberta of the troou. and (Robin)' Liggett, I sophomore Debra Scheel is president of Troop 318 of Franklin School of fhich Mrs. Belly J. Tomer is eader arid Mrs. Kalph Kohltr ind Mrs, Glenn White, co-leader; Other officers .are: Carol Ked : er, secretary; and Debra B«hn! rcasurer. Other girls in the group Include' Mary J. Carslon, Virginia Gallon, Lynn Glllespie, D e b r a :ng!e, Cheryl and Debra Krieger, iusan Money, Shcrri Weinkauf, Susan Tomer, Jane White and ,imela Williams. A recent event for the troop was . Halloween party with the fourth rode Brownies. Mrs. Roy Kerns is leader of Troop 52 of Maplewood School. Co-leaders are Mrs,' Leslie Ward nd Mrs. Willard Ellis. Mrs Bruce B r o w n and Mrs. fta Failles are commiUccwomcn · for he troop. Members of the I loop'are Betty Brown, Julie Ann Carlisle, Sherri Svans,. Margaret Faules, Vickye Ferrier, Janice Kcrris, Kristin Markus, Debra Kay Patrick, Debra Sue Viltetoe, Marlene' Ward, Barbara fcllis and Connie Holf. At a recent meeting at the leader's home, S302 7th St., the regular meeting place, plans were dis cussed for a Family Night aixi (he girls starling making paper mache puppets. Officers of Troop 255.of Jfck- son School are: Sherry Lund, pres idont; Cathi White, vice president; Susan Rife, treasurer; and Marcia La Grone, secretary. Mrs. John Haley is leader am Mrs. Fred Tuck, co-leader. The troop mcels at the former's home 251? Ulh Aye. Ct. Other members of the troop «re Jean Alkire, Sally Avers, Msry Anne Funk, Sharon Haley, Car olyn Heimbuck, Paula Lclfler, Ji Anne Naffziger, Susan Roberts Janelle Robertson, Jan R o w e Harriet Simpson and Thea Tuck In Ihe past month', the Brownies have learned about the history o Ihe flag of the United States ind now to honor and display it. This is a tenderfoot requirement for becoming an Intermediate Gir Scout. Mrs. Rulh Munz, a repre- Movie Guide from Ehglewood, Is i helper with the . troop from Colorado Stale College. Mrs. T. M. Ledingham Ihe troop committee chairman. Serving with her are Mrs. Everett Funk and Mrs. Vernoa 0. Brick on.' Other members of Ihe troop are Karen Aune, Jackie Clay, Janice Erlckson, Ellen" Funk, Susan Massed, Delaine Kogan, Kathy ingham, Joni Levitt, Susan Lytle, Michelle O'Dell, .Terr! Osboriw Janice Summers and Wendy Went M Ihe recent stconi. birthday celebration of Troop t*6 of Jack ton 'School, Brownies receiving (heir second year stars were Jan Klorio, Cindy Forsythe, Sher'rv Han-is, Belly Hess. Colleen Jack Pally McManus, Cindy Peterson and Susan Singer. Brownies receiving first year stars included Lynn Blakely, Karen Houlchens, Phyllis · Kolacny and Ellen Trybs" ·, Dnnis Lesh was invested ss Brownie. Her- 1 mother, Mrs. Dan esh, was present as was a new Jtrl, Dayle Horner, who will be nvesled this week. Mrs. Ed Florio is leader of Troop 236 and Mrs. Robert Singer, co-leader. The Florio ' home, lS27,V*h St. SW, is Ihe regular meeting place. A popular activity this year for Ive Jackson Girl S c o u t s and Brownies is a bowling league. Teams in Troop 317.are Gy Chums, Perky Pals- and Three Aces; Troop K5, Happy Faces. Slick Chicks, and Beboppers; Troop J61, 90 Getlers, Alleyga- tors, Pin Pals, Super Jets and Ramrods; Troop 76, Three Hits and Greeleyettes; and Troop »8, Musketters. Their bowliag -dates are Nov. 14, Dec. 12, Jan. 9, Feb. , March 13, April 10, May 8 and June 12. f , Troop 321 hair three learns, Hap py Faces, Gay Churns aod. pers; Troop 320, Sfepr Jets, rods and Slkk SgSSSL*;'-W'eVt Brownies, Perky Pals;'and BjBl| Brownies, Super Jets. Their bbft'h ing.dates are Dec. 5, Jan. 2, Feb. 6, April 3, May 1, and June 5. The girls bowl at Classic 'Laaes The activity has rbeen promoted by the Jackson Nelgborhood chairman, Mrs. Les I^vitt, with the Information an dopinions guaranteed lo' come from other than he press departments of motion picture producers. Dwll ·» 4 O'.CI^k" : . · Btflmrf Chief ' ;· Paired with Spencer Tracy-who once. pgain'proves his boundless versatility- and skill as a performer, U Frank Sinatra who brings to the role of the convict a sure touch in "The Devil al 4 O'clock" now 'playing al the Chief Theater. Occasional good humor light ens Ih«','otherwise weighty dra malic material. Jean Pierre Aumont, pilot, brings'his big-seaplane down beside the small tropical island bearing Kerwln Mathews, young priest, .who is to re 1 place the retiring Tracy; ami three convicts. Sinatra, Gregoire Asian and Bernie Hamilton whc are'being shipped to Tahiti and prison, Remaining overnight, the convicts are conscripted by Tracy as per agreement with the governor, to help at the hospital in Ihe mountains .Tracy is Father Doonon, the priest whose life is wrapped up in Ihe group ol leprouy children at the hospital. An earthquake warns 'ot the volcano which erupts. Aumont drops Tracy end Ihe convicls bj parachute to the cut-off hospital Ihe^ evacuation. All be come involved in Ihe conflict with he volcano, themselves and their fellows. Eastman Color by Pathe gives some magnificent scenic backgrounds of a French island in the Far Pacific.' Motion Picture Herald rates it "very good" with a running time of 128. minutes. ;. With .the Devil is show Face of Jesus," a 21-minute fea- turette which presents likenesses of Christ from Ihe Ihrough the Resurrection. surmounted by Gordon Avil and he finished producl has been awarded plaudils by all -who have ieen it. · . - - .'· rlwarvr ThwrtMy Dipping into the realm of fairy ales, of old, "Msgic Boy" is 'a r ull length animated cartoon in color which offers some lilting musical 'sequences, splendid. animation and a pleasing use of color. The film begins' Thursday a', the Colorado Theater. . Produced .In Japan, color and animation are 'above. par, with music equal to that of the-usual high-grade color, car loon. The slory lells about ,the ad- vcnlures o f . a small boy. who learns magic to defeat evil. Sasuke, his sisler, Oyu,. and (heir animal friends" live in a mountainous village in Japan. Life is very peaceful until Ihe day of Ihe eagle. An . evil playmate el Ihe Princess Yaksha, one day the eagle swoops down and grabs Eri, the fawn. Willi Sasuke in Ihe lead, the animals race over 'the mountains following the eagle in flight Reaching a lake, the eagle drops the fawn as a serpent-like fish Princess- Yaksha in evil form swims toward its prey, (visuke dives into the water lo Intercept Ihe fish and a bailie ensues uni Eri's mother throws herself inlo the water in sacrifice. Sasuke leaves home to seek Hakuzhsai, Ihe greatest leachei of magic which h« must learn to enable him lo meet and defeat the evil magic of Princess Yaksha. Sasuke, his sisler, and the friendly lord encounter a series of adventures before.the witches spell finally broken, Motion Picture Herald rales II ood" with a running lime of 83 iiutes. ' . - i 'Secret 1 of Monte Crislo", star- ng Rory Calhoun is a swash- cklihg .tale of the 19th cen- lury. It will be shown with "Mag ic Boy." Wifely Support IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)-Mors than half of the senii.r picdiejil students al Ihe State Univm'iy t,l Iowa receive the mojiT pMl ol their financial support 11 o m working wives. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS We have added AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS to our regular list of services. Come in and meet CLARENCE BOPP, our new mechanic, who is a specialist in this line. He also specializes in,motor tune-ups and repairs. He would like to welcome his friends and customers. . . · Completing fifteen years at this 'location is Troy "Butch" Champion who still maintains the same excellent work on wheel alignments, wheel balancing and wheel straightening along with hrake work. IT (S STATE INSPECTION TIME. Burton "Burt" Bond, owner and manager Bond's Automotive Engineers 908 lllh Avenue, Greeley ELgin 2-3028 Merrell Gage, recently completed the sculpturing of the likenesses of Christ. lie and Dr. Jennings spent over a year on Ihe production. He drew upon a background of years ot studies and travel all over the world to form his opinions of how Jesus should look al Ihe various ages. The (eaturelle presented many problems in photography embracing proper use of light and shadows but the difficult task has been HARRY'S DRIVIN senlative of the American Legion Auxiliary, presented the Brownies wilh a.flag. It was accepted by Sherry Lund. Dona Hoirnei' and I.avon Sler- cooperation of the .leaders and co-leaders. iVright Stays Dn Farm Labor dvisory Council don't trust to U L U C K U U U Make your own luck by saving regularly at Northern Colorado Savings. Your money is available, earns at a high rate, and is insured by an agency of the Federal government Start now, Coiotcuta : orgerful Thief KRTST1ANSAND, Norway (AP) --Police had little trouble in solv- ig an office burglary here. The rusfrated thief left empty-hand- ·d hut also lefl his jacket con- aining about $1,TW1 'taken in an- Jher burglary and a railroad eason lickel bearing his photo, ame and address/ · CL Z-6193 "/ htupaidto we here, tinee 1908" -(AP) --The Gover- r's Farm I^bof Advisory Coun- I has retained ils chairman, Lyan Wright, a Monte.- Vista p* lo grower.' The council held ils semi-annual isiness meeting Monday. Other council members include red Powell of Grand Junction, J. Bartholomew of Sterling, arvcy. Johnson of Fort Cojlins, ern I«fgren of Rocky Ford, C. . Spnulding of Colorado Springs, nd John A. Williams of Pueblo. HURRY - HURRY - HURRY - HURRY - HURRY - HURRY - HURRY -OUR 1961 MODELS - BRENTWOOD 9 Lovely Brick Homes Move In This Week No Payments Until 1962 Save Your Rent SHERWOOD 10 2 and 3 Bedroom Brick Homes $14.200 to $19,000 Many Extras ROYAL GARDENS 4 of Greeley's Nicest. Remember- No Piwewts Until 1962 * FREE * FREE '* FREE * FREE Termites? Terminix Gl FHA Conventional FINANCING WIN ANEW CALORIC KITCHEN Will Trade Will Deal Will Make It Easy For You Never Again Such Values T*r Fr»« ln»p«ttl»n, Cull BESTWAV rilllLDlNG CFNTER EL 3-042 NO PAYMENTS UNTIL 1M2 »1O NINTH AVCH.UE · «l.flln 2-B4O7 Bill tonnickfcn IL 2-1081 Clyde Willwms EL 2-4748 Roy Schoonmoker EL 3-0743 L««Vondtnbos , EL 2-8684

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