Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 9, 1961 · Page 8
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Pnge 8 GUEELEY TRI1WNE Thurs., Nov. 9, 19fil dance and games. They were eUo| [ " ' ' [awarded souvenirs trom the Mo- liuin, liflh grade; Kenneth Frllz-|derii Woodmen. Hostesses for.this Icr and slxlh grade; David Kcil.| 1Kir ty were: Mmos.«Leonard John Winners ot ribbons were Lonny son, Kenneth Salstr, Christina Gilcrest School News Elementary students of the Gil crest School enjoyed a Halloween paily'last \.:ck. Grades kindergarten through sixth paraded in their coslumc-s and were then served refreshments tn their home rooms. Mrs. Robert Weldernnn room mothers' chairman, con ducted a drawing for prizes one ribbons contributed by Moderr Woodmen of the World. She assisted in Ihc drawing by Mrs Clifford Webber. Thoso winning prizes were: kindergarten: Ter csa Chacon, firs! grade: Martin Cogburo. 1-upe Chacon, T e r r y Slcncel, Richard rfivera and Mac ia Heinle. The rest ol the students *crc awarded souvenirs, also from the Modern .Woodmen. Hqsi asses for the party were: kindergarten's Mmes. Clifford Webber, Charles Reid, Lester Pickcll, Tony Lopez, Alfonso Chacon and flen Gultclder; first grade: Mmes David Brunlz, Lawrence Heed, Richard Swinncy, Robert Kern, Wilfred Deroo and Bill Keller; second grade: Mmes. Carmen Chacon, William Kern, Donald tes. fniirth grade; Steven Cog- . ,, . - - - - . Clark, Antonio Eggcrl, Albert Fry, Lane, second n"itle:' Arlcne Rl-;,nnd Harry Waller: third grade: vcra, third gride: Hicky Ccrvan-JMmcs. )iilcy Borchers, H e n r y aiding. Martin Sniils. Kuben ardlng, Myron Martinson, Carl epscn, Martha Mclaughlin and Iberl -llpldcrness: fifth -grade. :rrws. Olio Scheller, Kdwnrd Dill, owe Moneypcnny, Sanv Frank, erman Kauffman and Fred Map ison; sixth grade: Mmes. Paul eil, Phil Hunter and Raymond isslcr. Junior high students celebrated Dictaphone Time-Master All New I Fully Transistorized! With The Exclusive Dictabelt Record! Let Us Prove Its "Time-Suvinsf" Features In YOUR OFFICE! "Evei'ytlilne Tor the Orfice" 1303 Eighth A v e n u e ···················· Ilubbard, Burl Alkerson, Stanley Odenbaugh, Clarence B e n h e 11, Raymond Hergert, Jake- Ulrlch and Mrs, Clyde Adams. Esther Torres, and Cynthia Dill brought large pumkins to third grade )nd the class made jack-o-lantcrns. Esther's pump- sin wciglied 32 pounds. Fourth grade presented an assembly entitled "Halloween Fan lasy" to the sludcnl body, lasl week. Program consisted of songs, dances, readings and special nuni bers by members of the class .Mrs, Paliicla Foxliovcn was the accompanist. Following the as Eembly progrim, the Junior High students went to Keencsburg to- an all-slor football game betweei the scliools ef RE-1 and RE-3 The game ended in a - t i e 19-10 Basketball practice will begir' Monday. Several eighth grade boys finisMd their projects in shop. They have made many attractive] ami useful articles. , ' Fourth grade has completed leir Halloween p a r t y with a unit on Hawaii and is n-w be Toys-Hobbies Choose from the largest selection in Northern Colorado The most complete, and the most fabulous selection we've ever carried. T-uy-Away Now For Christmas Giving. . OUC HOLDS IT AT ' Ritchey's,7 oysand " obbies »29 B'.h St., Acron from Penney'* . A PLANT SECTION is studied by students In the botany class at Grecley High. From lelt 'are Kenneth Tegtman, Biology teacher; and Dave Armstrong' and Sally Neighbors. The two 'students are .seniors In the advanced course taught'by Tegtman. Tegiman has been one of the'teachers responsible for-accelerated prcA grams i'n : science for able students aj Grcelcy.. High; Teacher efforts 16 improve curriculum puts the focus of American Education Week on the classroom teacher this week. Tribune photo by Bob Beard. - was the Elks' Chorus and local alert. ' , -· v ' ( In a recml elecMon'of the seventh grade, Jotiiiny Redman and CJoi Borchtrs were' chosen as student council' representallves, Girls in the Eighth'grade home economics class have been pla* ning and preparing breakfasts. They have learned to nuke sever- ·1 kinds of quick breads and to prepare different breakfast, men US.,. - ..·.?';:-··.!;-'·-' .:i...v.. The ninth grade homemakinij girls ar* learning to.sew. They ire also studying about different kinds of fabrics and'threads. Rudy Trujillio is a new member of the kindergarten class. He came to Gilcrest from Platleville George Hughes moved to LaSalle Kindergarten children will beg'n reading 'readiness activities Mon day. : National Education Week began Nov. 5. Local pastors spoke oil the subject "Time To Test Our. Convictions" for their ser mons Monday. · · · · ' . ;.Jde Stockton will attend a PTA egislative meeting at the Al any Hotel at Denver Nov. 9. He will report on this meeting to th« local PTA at its meettag N«». M. ginning one on Alaska.-Many interesting pic litres and figures arc being displayed in their rooms. Phyllis Hunter, sixth grade student returned home Friday from a trip to California. While there she; and her parents visited such interesting places as Chinatown, Fisherman's Wharf and Knott's Berry Farm. · · - . . ' - · / Mexico is the-theme the sixth grade is' .studying. .The' students have; brought and displayed several articles made in Mexico. They are also making third di mensianal projects and displaying lliem'on their bulletin board. Each member of the sixlh grade wrote a letter for the Denver Post United Nations letter writing con- Maria, Altogracia and Viola Cor- lest.; JoAnn Meisinger and Steven tei who moved to Texas. Ludwig were chosen finalists in the contest. Eight students have led school in the past week. They are Danny, Billy and Leva White who moved to Kersey; Clyde and Galen Jackson who moved lo LaSalle, and Schell School of Dance present ed a benefit program Nov. 6 in the Gilcrest school gym for Bon nie Berig and Anita Birklc, Val High School students, were injured accident. Also automobile program Mrt. Helm 2021 «Hi Avenue This Acf Entitles You To One RK -.Load of.Laundry : . o r - Dry Cleaning , CLASSIC Cleaning Center 2460 8th Are. Ph. EL 3-3974 HOURS; LAUNDRY Wcekdiyt -7 ».rr. to 10 p.m. Sundays -10 a.m. to 10 p.m. DRY CLEANING Weekd«y« -. 8 «,mVto 10"p.m. Sundays --. 10 a.m. to 10 p.ni. WE WILL BUY NO MORE POULTRY UNTIL AFTER THANKSGIVING We will do custom dressing as always. GREELEY POULTRY HOUSE ; . ' 1111 Seventh Avenue ; · N f REE HOLIDAY CORSAGES W ALL THE LADIES! Gambles are Celebrating the Coming of their Santa Land on Friday, Nov. 10th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Everybody Welcome! TOY LAY-AWAY ·1 lf4lW Bi SPDown TV PILLOW 444 A turtle to lit on, so loft 'couie he's plush. 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MM heavy- d u t y s p r i n g -- and I. **el Ifoctoc clM«l Thrifty Santas Shop at Gambles and Save! ~ WE ARE OPEN FRIDA* EVENINGS ONLY WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY 5 OR 7 PC. DINETTE SET : OR SOFA SLEEPER BEFORE NOV. 23rd! Wffff Bronzeton* wifh Gold Fleck Chrom* wilh 2-ton · tvrquoit* · or charcool and grty top 7-PIECE DINEHE IN BRONZETONE or CHROME 8 PC. Ensemble 95 NO DOWN PAYMENT Family size table --extends to full 5 feet! Features long wearing Icmmato^ plastic top; 6 comfortable podded chairs witKsolid hardwood core baclct. Self-leveling glides. 1 6 ga. frame. 79 188 NO DOWN PAYMENT 1.50 Per W««k-Payable Monthly Dollar for dollar it's your best buyl Melamin* table top resists scratches, stains--opera from 36x48" to full 5 feet, Duron chair cover* or» tcuffproof, washable; teats and back fully padded. Self-leveling leg glkiet protect floor. Matching stool I Buy now and take a Thanks-' giving turkey home--FREE! Dinettes as low as 30 85 Living Room by Day- Bedroom by Night! 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