Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 14, 1962 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 14, 1962
Page 9
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WASHHiCTftX AP) - The Rural Electric Association FortlB LI' ' U I Rur»l tfcrtniK-aiiw. AdminisUa-Ofe Colo t« (Bwnce l«8,,ul« ^ Ul " C S "*'P tion announced Thurs. a H.329- UK loan to 'in I'wdre Valley of Lu* U sene J53 new rurali customer!, and lot vtbei »ork NOW! In Orttlty-- »uthcri«,|f Klrby $*leiind Service! Klrby Co. 9» Northern Colo 452 2Mb A i e 35Z 1»L'6 N O T I C E CARPENTERS OF LOCAL UK Muting Nlghtt: lit ind 3rj Mondays at 909 10th St. 7:30. Pluu Att«n«. In Yule Mail Rush Commended Postmaster Raese Wilkinson ex-' pret-ifd his appreciation Thursday ·or the public's excellent cooperation so far on his 1%2 ".Mail Early for Christmas" campaign. He said, however, that only by stepping up all Christmas card and ·Jift package mailings immediately, will it be possible to process and deliver cards and gifts by Christmas day. He also stated that the Greeley Port Office will remain open al! day Saturday. Dec. 15 with hours of 8:30 a.m., to f p.m. ' The postmaster said further. "It ooks like tire Christmas mail this LAFF-A-DAY y " Then separate Christ- Friday. Dtt. 14. 1962 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 9 ird» inio tyio buijdlea, thus' " ~ -- ~ F«m*w 19*2 VARSITY By .n-ri. II VIIDII TWO fUHKimi I KM WMCim... pMatni 11 IRIKI $69.95 yw MW for ,mj Mrydltif thdll totinj hondltbori . . , totinj typ uMt I ok jmll hovl |g Irj |« MH»| George's Repair Shop 82.') 7th Street 352-911)2 AUTOMATIC TrmurissioR Co, 8th Year In Business TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS Repairs and Exchanges 821 2nd St. El. 2-4538 caused $1.500 damage. ^ ;expediticg l,andling and deUver-JRed-Hot Pup : "Vo-jf carport b on fir*" ·uig of them at the Post Office. .\ 0 VATO Calii ..Ap.-Eh»ardi !le ' ghtr5 tele ' boMJ at 4:3e Jr Try to get all Christmas pres-i^hell's dog had been s;ck So! Salche!; saved ;ii ^ ** "» jenti mailed at once Chrisimas|he put an electric pad in the dos-i 0 ^ *** unharmed. But til* blaa ijcards for out-of-towo deliveryjhouse underaewh the carport ;'should be sent before tM'. 15. andi _____ . 'those for local addresses shouldj i'be mailed at least a week before' ;j Christmas. The postmusier reminds patrons they can make it| a merrier Christmas for everybody if they will "mail early--and often" AUSTIN AUCTIONS S* Our Lifting On Classified Page Classification 4S-A "Now I iee why they could do it so cheaply." year will set an all-lime record, far exceeding the pieces uf mai that were dispatched and delivered in the pre-ho!iday season o 1961." The postmaster c o n t i n u e d "I-et's not disappoint a singli friend or loved one at Christ mas lime by putting off Christ mas mailings to the last minute.' R. I. Shwoydtr, M. D. General Practice Announcts the moving of his office To a ground floor location at 813 Sixteenth Street Greeley, Colorado E f f e c t i v e December 15, 1962 llcurn: 9 to 12 a.m. and 1:PO to 5:m) p ra. Phone 3531632 He offered these su(^e;!ions that are easy to follow: Be sure your return address and the re- :ipient's name and address arc lamiy typed or written on all abels and Christmas cards. Always u:? zone numbers. Avoid abbreviations of ttale and city names. Try to bring parcels to thu postal windows before 10 a.m. or between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. to avoid the noon hour rush. Pack Christmas gifts in strong corrugated cartons. Use plenty of stuffing material to insure safe delivery. Seal packages with heavy paper adhesive tape and lie them with good, strong cord. Be sure to ask about parcel post size and weight limitations when you go to the Post Office to buy stamps. By sending cards first class mail, they will be deliverec promptly and forwarded or returned, if necessary, providing the sender's name and addres: is put on the Christmas card en vclopes. Secure free labels at Ihe Post Office which read, "all for loca^ delivery" and "all for out of tan Merry Christmas and a Sincere Thanks to all our good farmers and other customers for your loyal patronage and true friend- ships, made during our 19 years' service to this community. We hope you will give .Mr. Altergott the some patronage. Hammons' Implement Co. 717 Sixth Street by Henrietta C. Hammons anor I/low ^Tvailable e Tor *Jrn6pectlon See these beautiful three family homes this weekend and everyday thereafter J, lonie wi ncome -- Live In One Unit Rent 2 Units 1 --Three bedroom unit 2 -- Two bedroom units Hot Water Heat Full Separate Basements Front and Rear Doors Private Patios Paul Farr Builder of Fine Homes and Apartments *-sviciiiae- Underground Utilities Curb and Gutter Sidewalks, Paved Street) City Water and Sewer CHOOSE YOUR SITE AND PLAN NOW! DRIVE OUT TO 1800 BLOCK RESERVOIR ROAD Prices Range From '38,500 to '46,500 Excellent Financial Arrangements Robert E. Hill REALTOR 934 9th Ave. 352-0604

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