Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 9, 1976 · Page 10
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H OREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE T»ei., M*«h J, 1«7« Women's pages Blanche Dempsey, editor Rose Mary Koob, assistant Patriotic red, white and blue worn at 'Historical Flashback' program Christian Women's Club to hear Jerry Nelson available for prachooters ty making a reservation with Paula Morgan, 393-0531. The nunery ii locattd at Trinity EpitKopal Church, 3M1 W. 20(h St. For reservations or can- celations please call Gladys Nelson,. 352-9120, or Helen Anderson. 353-9210. Jerry Nebon, owner of i Virgin Islands, willslng several landscaping business, will selections, prettnt the feature program, Myron Hastings will be the sharing techniques and ideas on inspirational speaker. He hu landscaping for the Christian worked, with the youth In the Women's Club luncheon at 12:30 Greeley area for a number of p.m. Tuesday, March II, In the years and hu spoken to many Elks Club dining room, 2809 Christian Women's Club 35th Ave. His wife, Iris, born in groups. Puerto Rico and reared in the Free nursery care is ff . ON THE PROGRAM The Greeley Republican Women's L'lub annual luncheon was presided over by Mrs. Judy Brunelli, left, president of the group. Mrs. Dee Shehee was in charge of the program at which all of the past presidents were on a panel presentation in keeping with the bicentennial-centennial occasion. Red, white and blue were predominated patriotically in Uible decorations and attire. (Tribune photo by Rose Mary Koob) In keeping with Colorado's centennial and the nation's bicentennial celebrations, the dining room and table: at the Greeley Country Club were patriotically ornamented in red, white and blue, the colors worn by the 78 members and guests attending the annual luncheon of the Greeley Republican Women's Club Monday March 1. After Judy Brunelli opened the meeting and introduced special guests, a program "Historical Flashback" was presented through Dee Shehee, chairman and publicity historian. Following several months of research, study and effort, Mrs. Shehee found all the past presidents, who attended this meeting and spoke briefly. Mrs. Shehee also presented the history of the club which was organized 40 years ago. A woman, very active in community affairs, felt the women of Weld County needed an organization through which to help with Republican politics. It was in 1936 this woman, Mrs. PAST PRESIDENTS -- Past presidents were specially honored at the annual Greeley Republican Women's Club luncheon at the Greeley Country Club. From left, they are, Mrs. Elwood Meyer, Mrs. William Farr, Mrs. Willis Kulp, Mrs. George Mosier, Mrs. Frank Dclfke, Mrs. Ralph Waldo Jr., Mrs. Otis Axsom, Mrs. Don Stewart, Mrs. Julia Freemycr, Mrs. John C. Carlson, Mrs. Sam Urunclli (present) and Miss Kay Mclilroy. (Tribune photo by Rose Mary Koob) Sheinwold on Bridge DIAMONDS AND PRECIOUS GEMS By ALFRED SilKINWOI.D Self-reliance gets good marks in all the books, so I'm risking black looks by giving it a hotfoot in print. Still, devotion to my readers comes first. South dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH $10752 | Precious color adds a new drama i @ to diamonds. Our dazzling com- I 8 bination plays a triple role. | \l Beautifully designed to create the | i; latest in jewelry fashion for | [j today's woman. Perfect gift for a $ j| birthday, anniversary or any | i!_ day. | a yi. o / n m j V\JciS5 /feweier6, ^rnc. m r.-· --····.:·.·-._ Your Diamond Store .-.Tr_-=; Downtown 10th St. -^----^^.~ = ESTABLISHED 1915i= 0 A J 4 4 A 1 0 9 WEST EAST + K Q J 9 8 3 +Nonc S7973 V Q J 1 0 C 0 7 2 08653 453 + K Q J G 4 SOUTH + A64 / A K i O K Q 1 0 9 + 872 South West North East 1 NT Pass 2 * Dbl. 2 0 Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT All Pass Opening toad - + K When this hand came along, West was a manly type, with a strong chin and a clear eye. You could see self-reliance in the set of his shoulders -- and perhaps also in his partner's bilious face. The trouble with being self- reliant at the bridge table is that it plays hob with your partner. The poor fellow goes to great trouble to make the right bid or the right play, only to discover that nobody is listening lo him. In this case East took the trouble to indicate a good opening lead by doubling two clubs. When North later bid two nolrump, it became clear that a club opening lead would come through strength. Not Listening But West wasn't listening. He squared his shoulders and led the king of spades. This made life easy for south. He won and returned a spade. West stepped up with the jack of spades and shifted, too late, to the five of clubs. South could play low from dummy, win any return and lead another spade toward dummy to set up the ten of spades as his ninth trick. Dally Question Partner opens with one spade, and the next player passes. You hold: Spade 10752 heart 854 diamond AJ4 club A109. What do you say? Answer: Bid two spades. You have the high cards for a stronger response but your distribution is too poor for anything more encouraging. (c) 1976 Los Angeles Times ...imperial ...fashori .venilia 25 Books - Vinyls Papers-thru Mar. 27 THESE ARE CURRENT PATTERNS FROM AMERICA'S TOP DESIGNERS! Your chance to save one-fourlh on exciting wallcover- ings lo enhance any room in your home. Pre-pasted papers . . . strippable papers . . . washable papers .. . scrubbable fabric-backed vinyls . . . flocks . . . foils . . . rnylar . . . every style from geometric lo floral, contemporary to traditional. Sale ends March 27. At KOMAC PAINT CENTERS And PARTICIPATING DEALERS Displaying This Banner Ann Spomer, initiated the forming of the club - the Weld County Republican Women's Club. Mrs. Spomer remained very active in the club until December, 1941, when her husband, then county clerk and recorder, died and she was appointed to fill that office, an office she held 32 years, until her unexpected death. Mrs. Spomer was highly regarded on the national scene in affairs pertaining to clerks and recorders. In 1970, she was responsible for the formation of the International Association of Clerks, Recorders and Election Officials, and was president of this organization at the time of her death in December, 1973. The club's membership went from one, who had an innovative idea, to 326 at one lime. Other clubs were formed from this club in 1951 -- The North Weld and South Weld Republican Women's Clubs, and the original organization became known as the Greeley Republican Women's Club. They had noon, afternoon and evening meetings. On one occasion in December, 1952, 197 women attended a salad luncheon. Programs have covered a wide range of guests from the governor of Colorado, to local public officials -- from topics on education and government to music and fashion shows. In conclusion, Mrs. Shehee said, "After all my research and study, I can assure you, that our club has a reputation and a name that it can be proud of. Not much has really changed through the years. We have continued to grow and to work as good Republican women should fur our cause." Past presidents are named under the accompanying picture. Mrs. Shehee went on to say concerning Mrs. Spomer, the first president, "Weoweher a great deal of gratitude, and perhaps all of you, in your own way, will remember her." The next meeting of the Greeley Republican Women's Club will be at 12:45 p.m. Monday, April 5, at the First United Methodist Church, where nursery facilities will be available. They will form a caravan of cars for a home tour, with dessert and a short business meeting at the last home visited. Both transportation and nursery care are available by calling 352-7963.. BASIC PATTERN FITTING CLASS Learn To Fit A Personal Basic Pattern TUESDAY, MARCH 9 9:30a.m.-n:30a.m. 3 two-hour classes for S 6°° BASIC KNIT CLASSES LESSON I Introduction To Knits LESSON II Variation Of Necklines, Zippers LESSON III Ladies Pants And Skirts LESSON IV Tab Front Knit Top, Collars WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 Mornings from 9:30 to ll:30a.m. Evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. 4 two-hour classes for $4.00 BLAZER-SPORTCOAT CLASS Learn To Sew Ladies' Blazers and Men's Sportcoats and Leisure Jackets THURSDAY, MARCH 11 9:30a.m.-ll:30a.m. 3 two-hour classes for $ 6°° LINGERIE TUESDAY, MARCH 30 »:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. 1 two-hour class for s l°° Betty Clithero, Instructor The Fabric Department 3635 W. 10th 353-5135 Simplicity NORTHERN COLORADO GARDEN, HOME RECREATION SHOW START THINKING ABOUT SPRING Now is the time to start thinking about Spring. We will have many displays and exhibits that will trigger your Spring "fancies." Friday, March 12 6-9 p.m. Saturday, March 13 12-9 p.m. Sunday, March 14 12-6 p.m. WELD COUNTY EXHIBITION BUILDING Island Grove Park

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