Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 23, 1970 · Page 11
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Sat., May 23, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pa*« 11 LAFF-A-DAY © K.i *.... WMcb, brings me to rule twelve for effective public speaking..." News Around Johnstown .. By MRS. AVA MILLER JOHNSTOWN - Mrs. Marion Tregoning spent the weekend in Arvada with Mrs. Sarah Fulmer and visited in Denver with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eckhsrt and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gray, formerly of Johnstown. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pope were Sunday afternoon visitors in Longmont with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pope and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ballenger of Greeley visited Mrs. Lena Ballenger Sunday. Mrs. Herbert Eeeten, accompanied by Mrs. Ruby Elliot of Fort Lupton, visited Mrs. Elinor Sherman at the Bella Vista Nursing Home in Denver last Friday. Mrs. Bertha Carter returned M o n d a y from Vancouver. Canada, where she visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Slanley Jerome and other relatives. On Mothers Day they were all entertained at the home of her grandson and granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jerome. M r . and Mrs. Walter Markham who have been in the Eventide Rest Home the past two weeks are now back in their home in Johnstown. James R. Williams of Greeley and his son, Jimmy Ray who is on leave from Camp Pendleton, San Diego. Calif., visited his parents and other relatives. They were in Johnstown Tuesday visiting the George Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stumpfl have returned from Honolulu where they spent eight days. Stumpf was a delegate from the local Teamsters Union of the Johnstown Great Western Sugar Factory to the Western Conference of Teamsters which met in Honolula. They enjoyed touring Oahu Island and other points of interest. The Forget-Me-Not Garden club held a flower arrangement work shop at the United Methodist church on Monday. Mrs. Ernest greeted the SPECIAL PRICES FOR MAY 24 25 BOMBSHELL, 11 TO 6 P.M., WHILE QUANTITIES LAST Pope, president, members and guests who were members of the Johnstown Home and Garden club and ladies from Platteville and Longmont. The meeting started at 9:30 a.m. and continued until 3 p.m. A sack lunch was enjoyed at noon. Mrs. Dean Williamson of L o v e 1 a n d was the guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Snow ST., spent the weekend in Junction City, Kan., with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Watson and daughter. LONDON -- Thieves are raiding hen houses at Ipswich. I LOVF. A HEEL A HEEL that's Put on in 3 minutes WAX SHINES sh " Salzman's shlne Shop Parlor 911 8th Ave. MEN'S WESTERN JACKETS Sun. Mon. Only! Reg. 4.66 Denim Jackets in sizes 36-46. A real savingsl Visit Men's Dept. Boys' Denim Jackets, sizes 8-20. Reg. 3.96 _ 2.88 3 27 WOMEN'S DAINTY PETTICOAT VALUES Sun. Mon. Only! NAME FLASKGU8ES OR FILM 1 00 Sun. Mon. Only Reg. 1.17-l.Z4-97c 3-pak flashcubes; CX126/12, for zy z " sq. color prints. Reg. 1.14 Focal® M-3 Flashbulbs 1.07 Reg. 3.87 PolaroldftT) film T-108 ~ _ 3.66 Reg. 1.47 Tailored and fancy styles galore in frosty white .and favorite colors. Lace, embroidery, applique :: trims. Choose from many fabrics. S-M-L-XL-XXL- XXX L. each A Diviiion of |S« S. S. Kt«ig« Company Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUN., 11-6 Weekend Discounts 1. Align Front End 2. Balance 2 Front Wheels 3. Repack Front Wheels 4. Adjust Brakes and Add Fluid Call 353-8122 for Appointment Trained Experts Perform All Work ALIGNMENT SPECIAL AT K mart SAVINGS Our Reg. 14.65 3 Days Only 7.97 ·Air Conditioned Cars $2 Mora Alignment service special with all work performed by factory-trained experts. All parts extra, if needed. Torsion-bar cars slightly higher. Let K mart experts service your cars at savings. Inspection No. 5 Now Due 2829 West 10th Street UPRIGHT EVERGREENS Sun. Mon. Only! 6 68 Reg. 9.88 A very healthy upright shrub. Perfect for accenting your yards. SLEEPING BAG Sun. Mon. Only! Reg. 14.44 Dacron® "88" polyester filled. Full zip so 2 bags may be zipped together. Adult-size. 3 Ibs. @ DuPont tm. Sun. Mon. Only Reg. 97c Sterile, 400 count, tray pack; plastic stick. 74 22" INSULATED STEEL COOLER Reg. 12.97 BIG TIRE PUMP c Reg. 1.17 Inflates tires, toys. NEW SPARK PLUGS 48 Reg. 71e Name brands. LIMIT 8. Sun. Mon. Only Has cam-action latch. Insulated lid for extra strength and rigidity. Save over $2. OIL-RESISTANT OXFORD Sun. · Mon. Only! Reg. 3.33 Tough vinyl with oil-resistant crepe rubber soles, cushioned Inner-soles. Brown. 6^-12. 2 00 STYAOFOAM COOLER Sun. Mon. Only! For those fun days ahead buy a 30 qt. excellently insulated sty- ro-foatn cooler. Great value! Reg. 1.48 24-HOUR TIMER Sun. Mon. Only Reg. 6.47 Turns lights and appliances on-off automatically. 100-GOUHT PAPER PLATES Sun. Mon. Only Reg. 73c 9" paper plates are perfect for picnics and barbecues, White. Save 49c. 2/99 Reg. 88c 4-Pock Paper Towels 76c LAWN SPREADER Sun. Mon. Only! Reg. 9.97 "Red Devil" Lawn Spreader. Control lever and agitator blades easily removed for cleaning hopper. 7 47 2829 WEST 10th STREET, GREELEY

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