Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 19, 1957 · Page 3
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Pace 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wednesday. June 19, 1957 Youth Saves Child Due To His Testing Hew Swim Goggles COLORADO SPRINGS * - Litt l r John Shippley could be thank- I'll Tuesday that 12-year-old Chuck Armstrong decided to try out his r.rw s w i m m i n g goggles Monday t f i r r n r x m . Shippley, i-ycar-old son of Mr. tr..l Mrs. II. J. Shippley of tub- I rk. Tex., fell unseen Into the r D i m m i n g pool at the Antler Ho- (··I where the Shipplryi were f l a y i n g . C h u c k , who hid been given the i-u;: Io» by his grandmother only tin hoar before, was s w i m m i n g | rnrtcr water when he knotted the ! ) ) kicking feebly on the bottom if the pod. SwifUy, young Chuck dived, I'mMicd the Shippley boy and limited him out of the pool. Sec- i .i,ls later the tightened child re- pomlfd to oxygen administered !"· the Fire Wept, rescujcilator crews. ''Vjrk is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Armstrong of Colora. tin Sprint;*. ' Thr Shippley boy was treated at the St. Francis Hospital. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Ask for it by name.. A GRAPHITE,//*^ Windsor . , . WINDSOR - The annual memorial service of the Windsor Odd Fellows and Rebekahs was held Thursday night in the IOOF hall with Allen Lamb presiding as master of ceremonies. List of deceased members of Columbine Iltbckah lodge was read by Marion Shuller, president of the lodge. Charles Chipman read the list of the deceased Odd Fellows, including members burird in Lakeview cemetery or elsewhere. Fred Wells gave the address. Windsor friends have been informed of the death of H. H. Sandman, former superintendent of the Windsor factory of the Great Western Sugar company. Sand' man also was superintendent at Ovid and at Ixivrland, where he retired a number of years ago. After retiring Mr. and Mrs. Sandman moved to Santa Ana, Calif., where his death occurred. Besides Mrs. Sandman, he is survived by an adopted daughter, Dorothy. John Hay, a former sugar boiler at the Windsor factory of the GW company, left Monday of this week for San Francisco, Calif., after spending two months with his sisters, Mrs. H. C. Long in Ixivcland and Mrs. loll Branch in Windsor. He also visited cousins and nieces in Denver. Mrs. Ethel Ray and son, Wayne entertained her broth- er-inlaw and other Winsor relatives at a dinner in her home Fri day evening. Billy the cockatoo collected $117.60 in pennies for charity in Pitlenerief Park, D a m f e r l i n e , Scotland, last year. W. gl» "i A H- Gtttn Stamps at r««r tritndlr R.iall Stirts-- Gilbert-Blirwp and W t l d t r a d i Drugs.--Adv. Fur Storage Scientific fur storage In our temperature controlled vault will keep youe fur In top condition -- protect It from moths and mildew. · Fur Cleaning · Fur Remodeling · Fur Re-styling liy nit experienced furrier . . . 815 I f i l h S t . hone 3638-J In The Courts Pallet Court Roger D. Folger of SOS Sixteenth street, s|*tt!iug, Jll.M. Kenneth P. Makowski of 520 Twenty-second street, speeding, tuso: Roy Gillmore of 1222 Tenth street, careless driving, $1310. Earl E. Young of Hudson, careless driving, S13.M. Sh'.rlejr Beti of Lucerne, careless driving, $13.50. Virginia Mae Jepien of La Salic, careless driving, $13.M. Johnny G. Rocha of Cheyenne, step lien, M M . Charles W. Scantlin of 2702 Seventh avenue, signal licht, M.M. Srho S. Chavis of Ault, signal light, MM. (I. II. Garner of llaiglrr, Nrb., signal light, U'J). Bernardo T. Garza of Gill, no operator's lirense, $13.10, Emilio Carhajal of 318 Tenth avenue, improper muffler, $13.60. · Bradley M. Kvitten of 521 North Eleventh avenue, careless driving, $13 W. Victor J. Carrillo of Eaton, careless driving, $13.10. John E. Triplet! of Evani, careless driving, 118 50. Joyce E. Burke of 1231 Twelfth avenue, careless driving, $13.10 Genevieve G. njoralt ,f 2508 Monterey road, careless driving, $1350 Paulicne Khrlieh of Milliken, careless driving, nut guilty. Katie M. Adams of 1324 Sixth street, careless driting. not guilty. J a c k I). Thompson of 2311 Brentwood driir, careless driving, not guilty. Cora Garcia of 130 North Ninth avenue, no operator's license, J13.50. Johnny Lnmeli of Gill, leaving scene of accident, $1850. Maggie E. Archulcta of Route 1, speeding and signal light, $18.50. Don Peterson of 1503 Twenty-third avenue, dog at large, $5. Gill . . . Librarian to Conference Phyllis Osleen, librarian of the Ir.rceley public library, will attend the annual conference of the ! American Library Association in K a n s a s City, Mo., June 2129. She will go to Kansas City early for two preconference meetings, an Adult Kducation Institute June 22 and a Library Trustees Workshop June 23. Informational and business meet ings, comittee work, service as a group leader for the Library Ad ministration Divison session, and the Columbia University School nl Library Service alumni dinner will occupy much of the week's time. Get NORGE and get more for your money! Modtl W-A-4 '57 NORGE WASHER with Dispenser Wheel Automatically make! a ntw kind of rlni« water--lor up to 39% brighter, clianir clothtll · Ditptnitr Wheel oddl rirtie water conditioner automatical)/ · E«dutrr Time-tin* Control --»« not! fleiible and eoiieit to vie woihing control ever deiigted. · Worm or Cold time Seletto* · Svptr*linit providti 3 leporote pvrifyiitg octioni · New 5 year warranty LOW DOWN PAYMENT 24 MONTHS TO PAY -«O1 WAIHIK MODIU START AT $179.95 GILL -- Mn. Earl Wood welcomed the GUI Country club to her home Thursday afternoon. Roll call wit iniwered with My Wedding Gown. Uri. Ernest Eriek- ion. vice preiident wa§ in ehsrfe at the president Uri. Elsie Franklin wai unible to attend. IIr». Vinil Stockton read a piece entitled The Johnitowu Flood. Uri. II. W. Driicoe will be the Julj hmtets. Mn Dorothy Mnmi took Mn. Charles Ilrcktr. Mn. Ellen Doke and 11 ri. Clarence Townley in her car and Mn. Ajnti Reed took lln. Jamei Cook and Mn. Margaret Anderson to Mrs. Jamei Howard 1 ! mountain home west of Loveland fur a covered dish dinner at noon Friday. Kathy and Ann Howard enter taintd the guests with several piano solos alter dinner. Mn. Howard and (iris joined her dinner guests and all went windo\ shopping at Sstes Park. Miss Sarah Kntlish. an auditor for the federal government in Denver, is able to spend her weekendi in Greeley with her mother, Mrs. J. F. English, and jilUT. Mn. Dorothy Morris. Recently Miss English took her motker and sis ter back to Denver with her for the ensuing week. Mrs. English has been confined to her home the past few yean with a heart condition. Gayle Page, 3 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Page of Aurora returned home Saturday from Fitzsimons ho.pital where she had a mastoid operation June 7. Mrs. D. T. Harvey of Kingston, Idaho, spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. Page on her way to visit another daughter at Cecil, \Vis. Mrs. Marian Howard, Kathy and Ann are leaving the last of the week to spend 6 wceki in Washington, D. C., with her brother. Mrs. Leonard Peterson entertained the Gill Birthday club Monday at a noon luncheon in honor o( Mrs. Russell LuUgreen's birthday. Pat Nolin returned Saturday from I weeks at Aurora where shr was a guest in the Jerry 1'ire home. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Nolin returned Wednesday from a 4 day motor trip to visit Mr. and Uri. Ivan Ray and other friends at Rock Springs, Wyo., where they lived about 12 years ago. Mrs. L. A. Bailey and granddaughter, Julie Ann Bailey of Cheyenne, Mrs. Mai llollis and Mark cf McFadden. Wyo., weie cucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Becker for several days last week. Study Neglected Areas CINCINNATI. Ohio (M -- A new Methodist committee has been organized to study neglected metropolitan and rural areas and take steps to provide needed ministry. The committee is headed by Bishop Roy H. Short of Nashville. Mclnlyre To Speak at Assembly Monday Frank 0. Uclntyre, of Loi An- gelei, director of public rtlationi for the California Teachers As- satiation, touthern section, who hai tpent 21 reari worklnr ai a teacher or In work connected .with ichool problems, will ipeak at the Monday niiht assembly at the Garden Theater at I pro. He hat addressed more than 1,000 groups in the pait four yean. Hit wide background of esperi- ence with all of the m e d i a of communication and with many kindi of public relations problems qualifies him to speak with authority in this field. He has served as director of the Norfolk, Nebr.. Chamber of Commerce and the president of the Nebraska Junior College As (delation. He also has been a leader of sales training courses for many firms in the midwest and in southern California. A forceful and dynamic speaker, he has been with the California Teachers Association for seven years and Is editor of three professional publications. Evans . .. EVANS -- Larry Rhoardarmtr conducted the meeting of the 4-11 Agricultural club Friday night at the high school building. Members were asked to donate things to be sold at the 411 county auction which will be held at the Weld C o u n t y Livestock Comission. Larry reported on the 4-11 state conference In Fort Collins June 11 through 14 In which he attended as a member of a dairy judging team. His team placed second. A girls soft ball B team was organized. A paper drive will be held sometime in August. In the meantime anyone having paper may call any member of the 411 club or take the paper to the W. L. Straight home just west of the KFKA radio towers. Ding Soloman entertained the group with a number of songs ae- compantng himself on the guitar, Later the members joined him for j a song test. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 1 Solomon were also present. They are now at Fort Collins after moving from here last winter. Mrs. Don Bennet, Mrs. Dock- horn and Mrs. Waller Durit served refreshments. Dally vacation Bible school held at the Methodist church will close Friday, with a program at 7:30 p.m. Saturday the children and teachers will hare i picnic at the, church. The public la invited to attend the program. Mra. Virginia Riebe, who his spent the past several months in California, returned home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Greene and children of Seattle, Wash., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fugate. Mexico plant la atari exploiting ill uraaium deposit* thla y«*r. I LOVE A HEEL A HEEL that la put on In t mlnutia. Suidi Ihots lit Ith Ava. 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