Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 19, 1957 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
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Page 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wednesday, June 19, 1957 Youlh Saves Child Due To His Testing New Swim Goggles Windsor In The Courts Polk* Gill ! WINDSOR - The I inorial service of Ihe Windsor ! Odd Fellows and Rcbckahs was P m n n i n n t n n i M r - r - n i -t " uu * « - » i u w a a u u uiui-Adil) w a i i.c^r sh D £ P ,r 0N utd S £ ,1^ ^ "· ·;*"'»' '"v°° F ful Tuesday ,haM2,,ar,,d C h u c k 1 "1, A *"±±"«," Kenneth I'. Twenty-second Makowski of 520 street, speeding. Itcbekah lod^e was read by Marion Shiiller, president of the lodge. Charles Chipman read the list of the deceased Odd Fellows, including members hurisd in Lakeview cemetery or elsewhere. Fred Wells A r m s t r o n g decided to try out his new s w i m m i n g goggles Monday iifteniuon. Shipplcy, S-ycar-ohl son of .Mr- and Mrs. H. J. Shipplcy of Lub. bock, Tex., fell unseen Into Ihe s w i m m i n g pool at Ihe A n t l e r lln- li-l where Ihe Shipplcys were, slaying. j gave the address. Chuck, who had been given t h e ] Windsor friends have been in- go^.'lcs by hi.s g r a n d m o t h e r only i fumicd ul t h e death of 11. 11. Siinil- .·in hour before, was s w i m m i n g ] m f l n - 'nrmcr superintendent of the under water when he spoiled the i Windsor factory of the Crcat buy k i c k i n g feebly on the bottom of the pool. Swiftly, young Chuck dived, grabbed the Sliipplcy boy and ('.ragged him out of the pool. Seconds later the tightened child re- master of ceremonies. List of d c - i ftoy Gillinore of 1222 Tenth street, con«ctl members nf ( V i l n m l i i n r 'carel sponded to oxygen bv the I-'irc Depl. crews. Cliiick is the snn a d m i n i s t e r e d rcscuscilator of Mr. a n d ! Western Sugar company. Sand man also was superintendent at Ovid and at Lovcland, whtrc he retired a n u m b e r of years ago. A f t e r r e t i r i n g Mr. and Mrs. Sandman moved lo Snnta A n a , Calif., where his d e a t h occurred. Resides Mrs. S a n d m a n , he is survived by an adopted daughter, Dorothy. John Hay, a former sugar boiler Mrs. R. II. Armstrong of Colors-! at t h e Windsor factory of t h e CiW do Springs. The Sliinnley boy was t r e a t e d at the SI. Francis Hospital. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Ask for it by name.. /.'. A GRAPETTE, company, left Monday of this week fur .San Kranci.sco, after spending two months with his sisters, Mrs. II. C. Long in Loveland and Mrs. lola Hranch in Windsor. l i e also visited cousins and nieces ill Denver. Mrs. Klhel Ray and son, Wayne e n t e r t a i n e d her broth- ei'-in-law and other Winsor relatives nt a dinner in her home Friday evening. H i l l y the cockatoo $117.60 in pennies for c h a r i l y Piltcncrief Park, D n in f e r line, Scotland, last year. 'less drivinc. S13.50 F.arl E. Young o[ Hudson, can- less driving. $13.50. Shirley Dclz of Lucerne, careless driving, 513 M. Virginia Mae Jcpscn of La Salic, carclcjs driving, 513.50. Johnny G. [iocha of Cheyenne, stop sign, SB.M. Charles W. S c n n t l i n of 2702 Seventh avenue, signal light, $8.50. Si-lso S. Chavis of Aull, signal light. $8.50. 0. II. G a r n e r of liaiglcr, Neb., signal l i g h t , 58.50. H f r n a n l o T. (Jar/.a of f l i l l , no operator's license, $13.50. Kmilio Ciirlwjiil of 318 Tenth avenue, improper m u f f l e r , 513.50. i Bradley M. Kvillcn of 521 North Eleventh a v e n u e , careless driving, 513.50. Victor J. Carrillo of Eaton, careless d r i v i n g , 513.50. John F.. Triplet! of E v a n s , care less d r i v i n g , $18.50. Joyce K. B u r k e of 1231 Twelfth avenue, careless d r i v i n g , sia.50. Gcncvievc G. Monterey road, SU.50. Djorall nf carcJcss 2508 We glvo "S H' Gretn Stampi at your frltndly Rexall Storet-Gilbert-Bishop ind W « I rj o r « d o Orogi.--Adv. Fur Storage Scientific fur storage In our temperature controlled vault will keep your fur In top condition -- protect It from molhi and mildew. Pmiliciie E h r l i c h of M i l l i k c n , careless driving, not guilly. K a t i e .M. A d a m s of 1328 Sixlh street, careless driving, not guilty. Jnck D. Thompson of 2.118 Brenl- collcclcd j wood drive, careless driving, not in | guilty. Corn fi.irci.i of 130 North Ninlh avenue, no operator's license, 513.50. Johnny Lomcli of Gill, leaving scene of accident, $18.50. Maggie E. Archuicla of Route 1, speeding and signal light, $18.50. Don Peterson of 1505 Twenty-third avenue, dog at Inrgc, $5. · Fur Cleaning · Fur Remodeling · Fur Re-styling by an experienced furrier . . . 815 IGth St. Phone 3638-J Librarian io Conference Phyllis Ostccn, librarian of the Grcelcy public library, will attend the a n n u a l conference of the American Library Association in Kansas City, AIo., June 2-1-29. She will go lo Kansas City early for two preconfcrencc meetings, an Adult Education Inslilulc June 22 and Library Trustees Workshop June 23. I n f o r m a t i o n a l and business meetings, comillcc work, service as a group lender tor the Library Administration Divison session, and the Columbia Univcrsily School of Library Service alumni dinner will occupy much of the week's time. Get NORGE and get more for your money! GILL - Mrs. Earl Wood welcomed the Gill Country club to her home 'I'hursday afternoon, i call was answered with My I Wedding Gown. Mrs. Ernest Krict- son. vice president was in charge ! as the president Mrs. Elsie Frani- · lin was unable to attend. Mrs. ! Virgil Stockton read a piece en- I tilled Thr .Inhn'.tnwn Flood. Mrs. i II. W. Uriscoe will be the J u l j i hostess. | Mrs Dorothy Morris look Mrs. Charles Becker, Mrs. Ellen Dokc and Mrs. Clarence Townlcy in her car and .Mrs. Agnea Reetl look Mrs. J u m c s Cook and Mrs. Margaret Anderson lo Mrs. James Howard's m o u n t a i n home west of Lovcland for a covered dish dinner »l noon Friday. K a t h y and Ann Howard entertained the guesls with several piano solos a f t e r dinner. Mrs. Howard ajjd girls joined her dinner guests anil all wont window shopping al .'istcs Park. Sarah English, an auditor for t h e f e d e r a l government in Denver, is able to spend her weekends in Grcclcy with her mother, Mrs. J. F. English, and sister, Mrs. Dorothy Morris. Recently Miss English look her mother and sister hack lo Denver with her for the ensuing week. Mrs. English has been confined lo her home the past lew years ! with a heart condition. Gaylc I'agc, 5 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Page of Aurora returned home Saturday from Fitzsimons hospital where she had a masloid operation June 7. Mrs. D. T. Harvey of Kingston, Idaho, spcnl several days wilh her daughter, Mrs. Page on her way lo visit another daughter el Cecil, Wis. Mrs. Marian Howard, Kathy and Ann nre leaving the last of the week lo spend 6 weeks in Wash- j inglon, D. C., wilh her brother. Mrs. Leonard Peterson enter- t n i n e d the Gill Birthday club Monday al a noon luncheon in honor of Mrs. Russell Lolfgrecn's birthday. Pal Nolin returned Saturday from 2 weeks al Aurora where she was a guest in Ihe Jerry Page home. Mr. and Mrs. Busier Nolin re- lurncd Wednesday from a 4 day molor Irip Lo visit Mr. and Mrs. Ivan flay nnd 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. Max Hollis and Mark of McFaddcn, Wyo., were jucsls of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Becker'for several days last week. |Mclnlyre To Speak at Assembly Monday Frank 0. ilclntyre. of Los An gelcj, director of public relations j for the California Teachers As- j Mutation, southern section, who has spent 24 years working as a teacher or in work connected -with school problems, will speak at the Monday nighl assembly at Ihe Cardi-:: Theater at S p.m. He has addressed more than 1,000 groups in the past four years. His wide background of experience with all of the m e d i a of communication and wilh many kinds of public rdaUons prob Icms qualifies him lo speak wilh a u t h o r i t y in this field. He has served as director of the Norfolk, Nebr.. Chamber of Commerce and the president of the Nebraska Junior College Association. He also has been a leader of sales t r a i n i n g courses for m a n y firms in (he midwest and in southern California. A forceful and d y n a m i c speaker, he has been with Ihe California Teachers Association for seven years and is edilor of three professional publications. Evans . .. EVANS -- Larry Khoardarmer Agricultural club Friday night at '.lie high school building. Members were asked to donate things lo be sold at the 4-JI county auction which will be held ut the Weld C o u n t y Livestock Comission. Larry r«-fxr{r! Oft iii* 4-11 oliitc conference in Fort Collins June H through 14 in which he attended as a member of a dairy judging t e a m . His team placed .second. A girls soft ball I) team was organized. A paper drive will be held sometime in August. In the m e a n t i m e anyone having paper may call any member of the 4-11 club or take the pupcr lo the W. L. Straight home just west of the KFKA radio lowers. Ding Soloman entertained the group with a number of songs ac- companing himself on the guitar. Later the members joined him for a song fcst. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Solomon were also present. They are now at fort Collins after moving from here last winter. Mrs. Don Bcnnct, Mrs. Dock- horn and Mrs. Walter served refreshments. I Daily vacation Bible sthoul held at Ihe Methodist church will close | Friday, with a program at 7:301 p.m. .Saturday the ch/Jdrcn ant) i teachers will have a picnic at the,; church. The public is invited lo i attend the program. I Mrs. Virginia Ricbe, who has ( spent the past several months in CalL'srau, returned tome the n^t | week. Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Greene and children of Seattle. Wash., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Fugate. Durst i Mexico plans to start exploiting its uraiuum deposits this «tr. ! LOVE A HEEL A HEEL that li put on In 3 minuter Suede Sheet Re-flnl^ied 911 8th Ave. We Give £*)f Green Stimpi WE HAVE MOVED To Our New Location 920 Sth Ave. WITH KILEY THE CLEANER Across from The Courl House WOODY'S Greeley Cigar Company Model W-A-4 '57 NORGE WASHER with Dispenser Wheel Automatically makei a new kind of rlnss water--for up to 39% brighter, cleaner clothetl · Dljpenier Wheel addi rinia water condiliomr automatically · Exeluiive Tim a-Line Control--Ihe moil flexible and voileit lo uie waihing control ever deilgned. · Warm or Cold Rime Selector · Super-Rime providei 5 leporate purifying aciioni · New 5 year warranty LOAV DOWN PAYMENT 24 MONTHS TO PAY WASHER MODELS START AT S179.95 '57 NORGE DRYER with 4-V/ery Drying --tallori the drying "weather" to fit the fabric! · Givei you a rholca of 4 drying methodi depending on the delicacy of lha fobric · Time-Line Control timei ony lalected drying period up to 120 minutet · Gionl 21-Inch Blower Fan circulate! ISO cubic feet of air per minute through clolhei LOW DOWN PAYMENT 21 MONTHS TO l'A\ NORGE DRYER MODELS START AT $159.95 We Deliver and Give Full Warranty Service on the Products We Sell . . . Tfie Deal You've Been Waiting For is Waiting For You Now--at WELD COUNTY MUTUAL, INC. Tom Spear Frank Foster 2003 9th Street Phone 4975 Study Neglected Areas CINCINNATI, Ohio Ml -- A new Methodist committee has been organized to study neglected metropolitan and rural areas and lake steps lo provide needed ministry. The committee is headed by Dishop Hoy II. Short of Nashville. The World's Great Perfume Classic r.ii/,,\iir;m ATIDEN'S liluc Grnss Flower Mi9( Special with GIFT of 1.00 PnflTiilT Dulling I'oiulrr, .1.50 Tuliic 50 4 OK. ?o light · body, so iiry a bou- qufl--you can splurge again jind again in ils cool refiwh- mcnl. And what a (Might fill gilt Blue Craia maku at this extravagantly light price. 8o7..v,-iih 1.50 Tun" PuffDnM- ing Vowilrr, 5.75 Talue 1-.25 Gilbert-Bishop DRUG COMPANY Your Rexall Store B20 Blh St. Ph. 700 S A L E THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY FINAL CLEARANCE! Full-Length Spring COATS Tremendous reductions. One group lovely all-wool spring coats at final clearance prices. Values to $49.98. $ 14 ONE GROUP COATS Lovely new fabrics. Latest styles. Tremendously reduced. $ 19 FINAL CLEARANCE Spring TOPPERS Lovely spring toppers slashed for immediate 'sale. New low-low prices mean wonderful savings for you. Values to $39.98. H4- $ 17$ 19 Girls'TOPPERS Huge Reductions! 3.99-7.99 Girls' Suits Linen Suils. Sizes 2-6x. Regularly $6.99 2.99 FAILLE COATS REDUCED Beautiful costume coats for summer wear. Fully lined, many water, repellent. $12 $14 $19 SPRING SUITS SLASHED Lovely all-w o o 1 s u i t s , beautiful spring c o l o r s . Sizes 9-20. Values to 49.98. $ 17 SPRING DRESSES SLASHED ONE GROUP DRESSES Tremendous v a l u e s . Regularly priced to 58.98. Limited quantities. ONE GROUP DRESSES Huge reductions. Lovely spring styles for wear now 'til fall. Values to ?12.98. ONE GROUP DRESSES Smart frocks to cracc every wardrobe. ..Excellent styles and c o l o r s . Values" Lo $19.98. 8 ONE GROUP DRESSES The finest of l o v e l y spring fashions. Famous brands. Values to |29.98. no FORMAIS REDUCED Nice Styles. Sizes 7-16. Values lo ?34.!)8. Nylon Hose AO* HJfC Perfect quality. Sizes O'/j-lO only BRAS ReguIariy Sl.OO. Qfl« Sizes 38-40-42. OOP Celebrity 'SECRET CHARM' BRAS Famous Padded 52.50 Bras. Strapless $^39 and Strap style. All sizes, | HATS Lovely spring s t r a w s . White and beautiful colors. Price BELTS Values lo 2.98 __ 79C Kobhic Brooks and Bradley »·! -i f Brands. Values to $3.KS $1 l-\ PANTIES 49c Values 0 for AN'S

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