Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 9, 1961 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

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Thurs., Nov. 9, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 15 Dinner Honors Herman Zupkes Mr. and Mrs., H. A. Zupkt ol east of Evans, celebrated their 42nd wedding »nnivtrs«ry with « dinner at the CrfWen .Horn Be*. tauraoti.Tbey ·««· married Nov 5, 1919, at'the'same place where they now live. ' . · _ . . ' .Those present tor the festivities were their daughters .and their families: Mr. and Mrs. Kennel! (BHty) Anderson and Nancy, klr and Mrs. Porn (Zclda) Brunnei arid Mr. and Mrs. Guy Vera: Benson and Gina. A granddaugh Icr, Mrs. Bob Fahrcnbruck, lie husband, and their daughter De nise, and a grandson, Hertna Magmisson, and his wife, wen also present. Started with 400,000 Hew York-The Bolshevik Part in Russia at the time of the 191 revolution numbered less Ih 400,000. VFW Auxiliary Goes """o Denver Hospital AMSTERDAM - U.S. induslri; investments increased in the fir half of this year. Motoring lo Denver last ere the local VFW President, llss Georgia Koerjig;- hospital "hairman, Mrs. 'lorn Squibb",- Miss ' Koenlf and Mmm.'Estella rewn, Ben Murray and J*rrj ,ooper. Forty-nine patients it ard 5 o l . Fitislnioiis Hospital er« entertained with., games, wizes and refreshments. \ MUs Georgia koeoig and Mrs Brown/were in 'charge 'of the s while Mrs. Murray dis ributed candy, gum and cigar 'Etes. Punch was served by Mr; Cooper, cupcakes by Miss Loot. Koenig and Mrs. Squibb ha: charge at tire birthday cake an lifts. ' Deliveries included 10! pocke x»k editions, 70 puzzles, an seven scrap books. Cupcakes were furnished b Mmcs. J. D. Basselt and An Stansbury and tne birthday cak by Mrs. Gael. Spoclslra. Tlire birthdays were celebrated. -Toti value of the trip was $59.39. Next trip is scheduled for Dei 7. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT AD . Ladies Aid fleets Of f icers Mis.. VirjIKTroester was elect-- ·d president' of the Trinity. Luth : ran Ladies A Id'at llio November leeting at Luther Hall. . ' Other ntv oJfkers are Mrs. Srnon Kuhlmann, vice president; Mrs.' Donald Schlager, secretary Mrs'. K. L. Reinlch, treasurer ar;' irs. Virgil Brass, financial sec etar'y. Mrs. Joe Taylor, led the openin prayer and presented the spiriluu 1 [rowth loulc "My Feathered DC-' wmlenls." Mrs. Fred Niltlcr, president welcomed 53 members and guests- rtmefc . liobcrt Davis, Davif: X^dolph,' V'iolet Narvin, James Pen pe, Agnes Meyer, R. H. Minkc 1 Albert Reichel and A. Summer- elt. Mrs. Reicliel and Mrs. Don Kelly were accepted into mem ' jrrphip. Hostesses for the group, Mmcs. Herman Wolff, fcmil Block ani Carl Block served refreshments. | Npxt meeting will be the Christ- ^ mas party Deu. 7, with Mrhes.- Krncst Blobaum, Robert Bohm.j Virgil Brass, Earlyon Brass, David Bruntz and LeRoy Brown as hostesses. Veterans Day Specials! One Group A nice selection of winter coats in a variety of excellent fabrics.- Many styles, perfect for school and career wear. A group'bf Junior Pe- tites (designed for girls about five feet tall) is included. ···MiMI One Group WINTER COATS Fine fabrics and lovely styling are combined in this value packed group of lovely winter coats. Tweeds, cashmere blends, plushes, alpacas and many other luxurious fabrics are included. One Group FALL and WINTER DRESSES Specially reduced for this event. A lovely group of dresses for fall and winter in the newest of fabrics and styles. A wide selec- tion of sizes is included. ZIP LINED All-Weather COATS Year-around wear is assured for these poplin all-weather coats with remov- able fleece zip-liner. Your choice of beige or green. BEHRMAN'S CONGEST AID MEDICATED Run Vaporizer J1.M Size 4 OB 8pr«y . -- I i*B ¥ita*in-A 50,000 UNITS $2.89 Value 100,CAPSULES $1.23 GEUUS1L Antacid Liquid FLAVORED $1.55 Value Here's something to shout "EXTRA" about: a-gr«at, grand gigantic edition of headline drug values published by COOK'S DRUG. There's a "scoop" on every shelf and every department is crammed with your favorite'nationally advertised brands at the lowest possible prices. Come over and pur an end to your drug-budget-blues. for Positive Control of IDANDRUFF Ben-Gay RUB 89c 1 Tubs HEET RUB LINIMENT 690 d^r Bottle "MB Tri-Vi-Sol .. LIQUID VITAMIN, DROPS J2.43 Vllue $1,25 HANKS C R A F T Baby Bottle Sterilizer S3.so 4 nn Value I '99 PRAK-T-KAL 4-Hour Vaporizer $4.50 Value 2.19 Moth Crystals or NUGGETS k 1 pound 33C I FRENCH-FRI POTATO CUTTER J2.95 | m Value I ··» NEW SUPER JIG-SAW PUZZLE Over 700 Piece* S1.00 Value POTTED ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS Rinses dandruff away.,, keeps it away I And il's guaranteed! 69c TROPIC-AIRE ELECTRIC ROOM HEATERS --FAN TYPE-Thermostat Controlled 2 SIZES 1650 Wall 1O 00 517.50 Value ^. It.OO 1320 Watt $12.50 Value__ TREAT-TIME SALTED PEANUTS IN THE SHELL POUND BAG 39c Natural, Dleaming Healthy-Looking HAIR** Yours Injusl seconds of cart with A L B E R T O $1.00 Tube 59c SPORTSMAN After Shave Lotion $1JS RQr Size O3C, HELENS CURTIS GREME RINSE $1.59 Slz« Bottle 69c Full Size HEAD SCARFS Fill Colon 59c V a l u e _ .You've never had it so smooth! PAMPER YOUR FACE WITH THE NEW with Ro*»ry Blade* COOK'S PRICE 15.78 ALKA SELTZER 25 TABS, 59c Value 39c MENTHOLATUM 45c Jar or 45c Tube . . Each 28c TOOTH PASTE, 69c Tube Colgate 48c HAND AND BODY LOTION Four Seasons, Pint Bottle 68c ANACIN 100 Tablets, $1.23 Value 79c SACCHARIN V 4 Grain. 1000 Tablets 29c DRISTAN For Colds, 24 Tabs. 98c Value METRECAL BATTERY STARTER C A B L E S Assures quick starts to cars with d«od · batleriet . . . a "must" foe aU cent wi* automatic tr ems missions. Saves Hmt and avoids tawing. HEINZ STRAINED BABY FOOD jars 59c $1.00 1 Value 68c LIPSICK 39c 16 79c CLOSE OUT 24c Woodbury SHAMPOO With EGG *'.00 MQ Bottle 13C TYPE-FAST TYPING PAPER 200 SHEETS 98c Value 43c NORTHERN FACIAL TISSUES Box of 400 2 ,o, 37c CASCADE Smooth Writing PENCILS 5o VALUES Package of 30 L U X - A I R E PERFUMED TOIt-ET BOWL Deodorant 13c| 304 8th Avt. Gretley

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