Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 26, 1972 · Page 22
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 22

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, April 26, 1972
Page 22
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22,,pREELEr (Colo.) TKIBUNE Wed., April 26, 1972 To · Donita Jo Lebsack Engagement Announced Mrs. Donald L. Lcbasck, 2922 W. 12th St. Road, announces the engagement of her daughter, Donlfa Jo, to Tim May, son of Mrs?-Helen May, 2513'l3th St., andJSam H. May, 2935 l l l h Ave. The;, bride-elccl is also the daughter of Ihe late Donald L. Lebsack. Miss Lebsack was graduated from; Greeley West High School In 1969, and is now a j u n i o r home economics major at the U n i v e r s i t y of Northern Colorado. May, a 1%7 graduate of GWHS, attended Junior College and Rangely employed in Greeley by Dennis Gentle Contractors. No definite wedding have been announced. plans 'Applications Open For Trinity Pre-school There. are still a few applica- tlons'.-a'vailable for an afternoon sessfdh -of parenl-cooporalive preschool for s four-year-olds, which will begin in September at r-Trinity Episcopal Church, " - SOth.St. - . . Eiifollmehl in the schoool is open to any child who has reiijhe'd the age of four by Sept. 10, ^Classes will be held Monday, Tuesday and- Thursday from 12:30-2:45 p.m., with Mrs. Arnold Foulk, a graduate of the University of Omaha as the Instructor. . Mothers registering Iheir chil- dreji will be expected to help approximately one afternoon eaeji month. Applications may be obtained at ttje office of Trinity Church, or j^-ill be sent on rctjuest. Plain view Club Celebrate At Open House TIic Plalnvicw Social Club will observe its silver anniversary il mi open house ;i :he home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doresen, Sunday afternoon, April 30. All members and their uisbnnds, and all former nembers and Ibeir husbands ire cordially invited to call at the Borescn home west of Greeley, between 2-4 p.m. Many invitations have been issued to former members and special guests, but any former member who may not have been readied is especially invited. The Plainvicw Social Club was organized as a home demonstration club on Jan. 5, 1047, at the home of Mrs. Ben Reichert.-Ttic club originated in Ihc old Plainvicw School District No. 5, The schocilliouse which is now an antique shop on Highway .34 West. There were six charter members, M r s , Ben Rcichert, who also served as the first p r e s i d e n t ; Mrs. Samuel Rcicherl, Mrs. Keith Vaughn, Mrs. Carl Lent, Mrs. William A. Miller and Mrs. Reiny Blchm of w h o m arc still living Tribune Women's Pages Blanche Dempsoy, Editor; Rose Mary Koob, Assistant There has been a tol;il of 4:i| members during the ensuing, years, and Ihe present active} enrollment of M members in-l eludes Mrs. Lebl and Mrs.! Samuel Reiehert, who were; present for the organizational j meeting 25 years ago. I Ten years ago, the Plainviewj Club bccamu Die Plainview, Social Club, now meeting t h e j second Thursday of each month in the homes of the members. Varied study programs are prepared and presented, and interesting (ours and field trips arc arranged several times a has an in the Mrs. Randall Alan Good year. The group also a n n u a l family picnic slimmer, and a Christmas daugh'ler"of"Mr. Ind'Mrs^Eu- Sharon L. McAllister And Randall Good Are Wed Miss Sharon L. McAllister, from Estes Park High School Among the approximately 55 college students here from T h a i l a n d i s B a n c h a Theerasaliankul. What sets him apart from the others -- he has a Hawaiian wife. He met Gerri (formerly Kikado) in Greeley. She is now a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado and has been working in the registrar's office at Aims College which Bancha attends. Gcrrl came to Greeley four years ago from Maui Island and entered Ihe social science field of education at UNC, having aeen encouraged to come here by a friend from Hawaii already attending UNC. She attended Mauna 01 uCollege on :he Islands two years prior to coming to the stales. Her mother is Hawaiian, her father Japanese. Neither care fo have heir daughter learn the other's anguage so Gerri speaks only English. Not AFS Shidenf Bancha is not a foreign exchange sludent. He did pass the scholarship tests for AFS students, but there were so many wanting to come to the United Stales, and not enough lost families here to lake care of the demand. This did not stop liancha. His ambition to coine to the United Stales dated back to early childhood so he earned and borrowed money and with the sponsorship of a riend in Los Angeles came in 1968. He lived with his sponsor n L.A. where he attended high school. Later he moved into an apartment of his own. After a year he was graduated from a high school (here and then came :o Greeley. While in f.os Angeles Bancha ;ot lost a couple of times. He lad come From a huge city, Jangkok, with teaming millions crowded into little area, where dinner at which the husbands! R. McAllister of - Kstes and · iK-iu- - n. iviurtiiiMur w r.sies special guests. Mrs. Jimlp a r i;, and liandall Alan Good Duncan is currently serving as son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer president. Good ot 1(113 13th St., were mar- wrmr ^TM , A r« , TM ( l Salurday afternoon, April NEW YORK (AP) - James^, at Ihc Community Church A. Farley, Ihe former post-mf the Rockies in Estes Park master general, lias been trans-1 The liov. Robert McAllister ferred from the coronary care'of Arvada, uncle of the bride unit to a private room in SUoffjciated at the double ring f l r t i - n ' f I T r t M i i l l n l I - . . . P Clare's Hospital. ceremony for which Mrs. Wil- A spokesman said Tuesday |j ;im Wilson of Estes Park was ;ree in computer science al Colorado Stale University. Good was graduated from University High School 'jreeley and attended the Uni- :rsity of Northern Colorado. He will be employed as manager al Hcrzog's in Esles Park. Following their honeymoon .he couple will be al home in Esles Park. that the 83-year-old Farley, admitted to Ihc hospital after suffering a suspected heart allack Kriday, "continued to progress without complications." fr om ·' By HELOISE CRUSE ^ All correspondence pertaining to the Heloiie , column should be mailed directly to Heloist, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 45th Sfrtet.. New York, New York 10017. Deijr Heloise: ! : There are so many different kinds of purses today, but my favorite one is a 'pretty straw bag I purchased at an import gift store, ft was unlined and too deep, but' was beautiful! £1 lined it with a pretty flowered cliinlz. It was simple to do. I Cllt a strip of material the widjh (allowing for a seam) and cnol , gli , 0 go ond f i x mvsc | f one of those cones right now. How about pulling Ihose cones in Ihc freezer aflcr you've filled Ihe organist. Mrs. Leo Martin sang '"Hie Wedding Song" and "The Lord's Prayer." little more than twice the dc])lh, plus enough to allow for a ll?m. The material was folded and. stilched on the sides like a pillowslip. This was placed inside the purse. With 'the raw cd|es turned down so it wouldn't show, I fastened this lining to the lop of (he bag with a stapler. Next, a piece of one-inch plastic foam cut to fil (he shape of the bottom, was covered with theichintz and put in (he bollom of the bag. The purse wns no longer too deep. Then for all Ihose liltle articles a woman likes to have handy, 1 found a plastic envelope like one l i l l l c folded. slippers come in is just right. | Church decor included three beauty bouquets of yellow and w h i t e snapdragons, yellow .Japanese iris and white daisie.s, and twin candelabra. at the front of the church. Mrs. Robert Branlncr of La Salle lighted the candles. , The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a gown of organza with an overlay of daisies. The sleeves and chapel train were trimmed with lace. Her fingertip veil f e l l Vom a beaded Mara and she j carried a bouquet of yellow rosc'.s and white daisies with English ivy. Miss Sally Schiillz of Esles Park was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Barbara Moore and Stephanie Young of Korl Collins. They were dressed alike in floor-length gowns of yellow w i t h white lace bodices. Iliem pudding. Bel the small fry -- even (he big ones -- would go for (hem! Ileloisc Dear Heloise: A baby is hard lo hold and bathe al the same time! To make baby's built more thorough and easier for y o u , why not iry il this way: Fill baby's tub with water. M a I c h i n g adorned I heir yellow ribbons coiffures. Each Ihcn inexpensive You can take il out and seet g i v c llim in 3 jiffy what you want. . . I n a v e had many compliments every time I use my purse! i: Mrs. Titus 1 plastic i n f a n t seal in Ihc water. (Removo Ihc melal stand f i r s t . ) Now baby can be comfortable and woll-sn|i|xrlcd while you more complete balh. Carlson Willyard Dear Ilcloisc: U n t i l you can gel Ihc plumber to your house to fix thai drippy' 1 1 0 . Illn l a waller faucet, and Dial constant w n i e n ls drip is beginning lo annoy your, just place a cloth in the s i n k j for the water to drip on. °" : : Carol Dear Ilcloisc: Carr, (if 1 I wonder if women know why uncle of they sometimes have trouble Mr. and gelling a needle llircadcd? carried a bouquet (if yellow and while daisies. K r i K l y a it d Kevin Good of Colorado Springs, niece and nephew of Ihc bridegroom, .served as flower yirl and ring j bearer. Richard (lood was i n a n for his brother. Another brother, Dill Clood of Colorado Springs and Hal Graynni of (irceloy wore yroomsmoti, and with Hob Branlner, also served as ushers. A reception following the ceremony was held in McAfee Hall. Among the yncsls were Mrs. liobcrl Uorger of Laraiuic, \Vyo., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Iowa, aunt and The Irulh is, when Ihey break the thread il leaves a fu/y,y end (o gel through Ihc bridegroom, and Mrs. Don Hrubakcr daughters, Teri and Lisa, soon receive her de- SHOWS O R I G I N A L D E S I G N -- Miss Cindy Ilerdman, a candidate for a bachelor of science degree wilh a major in fashion merchandising al International I 1 ' i n e A r t s College of Fashion in Miami, Fla., modeled an original design al a recent fashion show in Miami. Miss Herdman, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Donald Ilerdman, 18G8 25th Avc., won fashion votes during her presentation in "Vole Florida for Fashion Liberation." Thailand Student Has Hawaiian Wife is terrible" and narrow. There the 'traffic streets, numerous 20- and 30-story build- ngs in this business town. The industrial area is out of the city some distance. There are "lots of Americans" in Bangkok -!Is, business men and tourists. Thailand is under military rule. There are no elections, no 'cprcsentatives of the people. The prime minister is a general of the army; 70 per cent of he government officers are members of the armed forces. A serious revolution occurred last summer and-people have no voice in the government whatsoever. Size of Texas This country, about the size of Texas, lies in southeast Asia. A tropical climate, the summer has a rainy season- and the temperature is really hot, felt more because of the humidity. The main product is rice -a big export item. Fruits including lemons raised. Tfie latter is a tough- skinned fruit with pointed projections on the exterior. The interior _ lobules edible, according to Bancha. The n o r t h . p a r t of Thailand iroduces a great deal of Thai silk. Beside the rice export, umber and some minerals are sold overseas. There are eight children in Bancha's family. His father died about 10 years ago. His mother continued operating the restaurant they had to support pineapple, bananas, and "durian" are is made of round which are delicious!}' Story and Photo by Rose Mary Koob Mr. and Mrs. Bancha Theerasatiankul icr children. Thailand has nomext month he plans to enter Bancha reported that on May ADC (Aid to DependentlUNC this summer, where he J2 (here will be a Thailand any type of w '" ma J° r ' n economics. He is W I I J I.Jlm ** \ 1 J i. !· .. , ., .employed part time at a super aid to widows.I--^'i ,,' ,,,,,, =,, ,,!,,,,,, Children) or government Bancha has one older brother, ive younger brothers, and one sister. Bancha sent his older brother money to come to this country and he is presently in Los Angeles attending a business school. Mis brother wants fo return to Thailand ihis summer. Money obtained by Bancha's working at a super market dur- ng a summer helped him accumulate funds to help his jrother. Strong Family Ties In Thailand family ties are really strong. Brother helps Drolhcr, cousin helps cousin, with no thought of being "paid back." However, when one or another is in need, relatives are ever ready to back him. This Bancha does not feel to be so America, where many young men have so little concern for their parents, and family. Because of this trend, which Bancha feels extremely selfish, the young visitor prefers the culture ot his homeland. His ivife agrees. She revealed that in Hawaii great respect is exlended fo their elders and the old people, wise in experience, are definitely cared for by their own. She finds too many Americans placing old people in nursing homes and proceeding (o forget about them as family members. Also, a son may leave home, seldom visit and never write his parents. Bancha feels that he will take care of his mother until her death, grateful for her care of him as a child. It took the young man only 24 hours to travel from Thailand to Los Angeles via plane. He likes Greeley so much better market here, putting in about 30 hours a week. Married In August Bancha and Gerri were married in August, 1971, in Los Vegas, Nev. She plans to leave May 1 to spend four months in her homeland, Hawaii. She hopes to return this fall to enter her master degree program in special education at UNC where her husband will continue after the summer session. Shaw put on by the 55 students from Thailand attending UNC and Aims College. This will take place at the UNC ballroom and is an annual program in which is shown the types of dress, sports, including boxing; the native dance and exhibits pertinent to their homeland. At this time special homage is paid to their college instructors, for whom they feel a deep regard in helping them along the road to higher learning. [han Ixis are Angeles, as people nice and so much 'riendlier. His teachers at Aims College where he is presently attending school are no excep- !ion, he says. Following completion of his two years at Aims REMINGTON 8 411 Printing Calculator something new under the sun. · four functions · automatic credit balance · permanent record tape big 10/11 i capacity "Everything for the Office'' 13M Eighth Avenue fast-accurate, easy-to-operale the eye. lint if yon m a k e a clean cut the thread wilh a sharp j scissors, t h a i needle can be threaded much ciisicr. . . i L.M. Copyright, 1972 We're "a f a m i l y who love ice' Ki "9 Fcatur!S ^"^ cream in Ihose new sugar co|ics. Occasionally we have ended up with more cones t h a n ic« cream -- dial major from Des Moines, Iowa. The bride chose for her travel coshnne a beige dress with brown accessories and the cor- iifio from her bridal bouqiiel. The bride was graduated Mr. Driver . . . Do you k n o w j bal when you double y o u r j speed yo'.ir slopping distance in-l creases four times? Be f a m i l i a r | ivilh the stopping distance of! your car, advises Ihe Stale Palrol, and drive accordingly. , Dear Heloise: /WT ASSOCIATION catastrophe of running out of ic£ cream! One day 1 had (he brighl idea ofiffilling those extra cones with ready-mix pudding. What a nice treat -- arvl there's enough consistency in the pudding (o slay inline cones. Any favorile pudding will doi B K R U N ( A P I - Hudolpli I loss observed his 7BI!i h i r l h d a y today, the solitary i n m a l c in Wcsl Berlin's Spanclau prison. I loss, Ihc former deputy fucr- hcr to Atlolph Miller, is serving a l i f e sentence for his The M e z z a n i n e Gallery al Ihe ro | c i j j j C o n i i m m i l y Center will be open preparing Nax.i Germany for '"'out 7-9 p.m. Thursday even- World War II. Since 1011, whoni"iR, April 27. Normally it is he parachuted into w a r t i m e npcn only from 1-1 p.m. each and you can also Iry ii with those regular cones. ·They arc Y u m m y ! $ Mrs. M.I..C. B r i t a i n on a self-slylcd peace mission, has been a pris- ncr. lie was senl lo Spandau by Ih? N u e r n b e r g I r i b i m a l in Ifl-Ki. f n f o r m a n l s say his health is as goto! as can be I'xpeclccl for his age, solitary confinement , nih ir^c, humiiry cunMricnio arc-'milking me hungry I and his many years in prison. day. The works of will remain up nf next week. John Findlalcr u n t i l I He first Fimllalrr, a r t i s t in p a i n l i n g portraits and rcrinnics, is representative Irnm Ihc Weld Counly t o the c i t y Levi's, Lee And Wrangler i Colors or Denims Western Wear 912 9tll Ave. These fine watches tell a lot more than time. Wear one of Ihese fine w.ilchcs and peoplccan tell a few things about y o u . . . t h a t you vjlncqu,ili[y nnii craftsmanship, lhal you know style. Shouldn't you sec Ihc collection soon? 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