Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1970 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, May 25, 1970
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16 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., May 25, 1970 Mrs.BaabHosts 'Sunshine Circle Mrs. Earl Nauman.'Mrs. Malcolm McGuire and Mrs. Wallace McDaniels were co-hostesses with Mrs. Mamie Baab when the Sunshine Circle of the First Bap- list Church met at the Baab home. Thirty members answered roll call, and Mrs. Edward Tesch was welcomed as a new member. The o p e n i n g thought, Strength for the Day" was ead by Miss Velma Gordon, nd Mrs.'Vernon Smith offered he opening prayer. RECEIVED BY DIMIT -- Received by dimit into the new Chapter FZ of P.E.O. Sisterhood, were, from the left, Miss Florence Whitehead, Mrs. Charoleen Luker, Mrs. Marrie Moinat, Mrs. Susan Conn, Mrs. Faye Jurgensen, Mrs. Karen Thomas, and Mrs. Patricia Applegate. They, and others received into the new chapter by dim;t and initiation, were present for the organization meeting Saturday, May 16, in the Student Center of the University of Northern Colorado. The new chapter is the 178lh Colorado P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter. (Tribune photo by Janet Sitzman) Business and Professional Couples To Hear Dr. Lambert Dolphin Jr. Business and Professional Couples Club of Weld County! invites the public to join themi in hearing Dr. Lambert Dolphin! Jr. of Stanford University speak; Friday, May 29, at 6:45 p.m. at the Winterset Inn in Evans. An I t a l i a n menu will be offered at G : 4 5 p.m., with Dolphin's speech and music by t h e Glo-Tones Barbershop Quartet to follow. Dr. Dolphin, who has titled his talk "Atoms and Brojole," is d graduate of San Diego State College and Stanford University, where he is presently a j physicist. Ho worked for 12| years as s research physicist at Stanford Research Institute, where his primary research was in the field of upper atmospheric physics; satellite, rocket and nuclear effects in the ionosphere; the aurora; radio communications, and propagation of radio waves. Best Loser! Pictured liere Is Virginia Schmidt. She lost 12Vi Inches and 12 pounds last month as Tvell as two dress sizes. That's not too bad for one month's ·work. Virginia is a member of the Slim and Swim Club. She Is shown working on one of the leg ·machines that the Club has. It Virginia can do it, why can't you? Let us help you become a more attractive person. Call 352- fi4SS. --Adv. Dolphin became a Christian in 1962, after a long search a m o n g philosophies · and religions of the world and two years of psychoanalysis. He is frequently called upon to I discuss the relevance of faith: in Jesus Christ and the eternal I realities of the Bible. From the! standpoint of his own personal experience, he is convinced that Jesus Christ is the key to life and (lie secret of the universe, j "My Search," "The Christian] and LSD,' 1 "Sex Through thel Looking Glass," and "Conquest! of Inner Space," are all small: booklets authored by Dr.! Dolphin, who now devotes h i s j entire time to speaking engagements across America, Europe and Latin America, to counsel-! ing, and to writing. Those wishing to join the club in hearing Dr. Dolphin may telephone the Burl Stedwells at 353-1758 or the Don Wiedemans et 353-3081, for reservations. All reservations should be made no' later Wednesday, May 27. ' Weld PNAC Group | Has Rgular Meeting Mrs. Charles Benavidez was named chairman of the committee to nominate new officers for the Weld County Division, Practical Nurses Association of Colorado, when the group met May 21, with Mrs. W. L. Straight presiding. j The nominating committee will announce candidates forj office at the June 18 meeting' in the Garden Room of the Kenton Nursing Home, and delegate, s to the annual state I convention Sept. 23-25 also will be announced. Mrs. Benavidez; also reported on the meeting! she attended in Denver late in April. The PNAC has planned a I booth at the centennial cple-j bration to depict the role of the licensed practical nurse in the ; nursing world. Miss Clara Weigel, director of PNAC will be in Greeley the week of June; 15. | Refresh ments were served b y j the Kenton Nursing Home. Social Calendar Wtdnetday, M?y 27 178th Colorado P.E.O. Chapter Formed at Organization Meeting Chapter FZ, the 178th Colorado chapter of P.E.O. Sisterhood, was organized Saturday, May Mrs. Applegate, Mrs. Conn ant Marilyn Mathews. Greeting! and gifts were presented by 18 · Colorado. Nebraska and Califor nia chapters. Following the organization r a ' e ' 'ganizer for the Colorado Statel meeting, a luncheon was host 9:30 a.m. Church Women,ci la p[ er presiding. ed by the new chapter. Hon United Living Room Dialogue., Assisting Mrs. McVicker were I ored guests included five pas 9:30 a.m. Amico Kensington,! Mrs p c ogy Roland recording!state presidents: Mrs. II. R Fellowsnip Hall of First Con- !sccretar y Colorado State Chap-!Smith of Brighton, Mrs. W. L grcgational United Church o f . t e r i and ' Mrs Gene CrissmanJMcCall of Windsor. Mrs. C. W Christ. _ | treasurer, Colorado State Chap-j Workmy\ of. Denver, Mrs. E 9:30 a.m. Greeley Women's Club, CFWC ing of old and new boards, Northern Room. Noon. Navy Mother's Club No. 15, covered dish luncheon, Blue Flame Room. Bring own table service. 1 p.m. Child Conservation League, luncheon at Carlson's Hut. Group will meet with Mrs. 0. S. Herdman, 1714 Reservoir Road after lunch. C p.m. Zeta Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, meeting and spaghetti supper, home of Mary Kale McLain. Last meeting of the year. Young Couple's Group of St. Paul's Congregational Church, | treasurer, Colorado State Chap-1 Workman o£ Denver, Mrs. E eley Excelsis|ter. Representatives of GreeleyjA. Collms of Golden, and Mrs FWC, meet- Chapters I, CR. EC, aid EZJC. E. Gaines of Sterling, as meeting, at the church. Hosts VlldUiCi 5 I, W J V , .UV^, C.1IU Jjjti I "· *-J- vjnun-j ui un^i i-iug assisted, with Chapter BE par-jwell as six members of licipating in the initiation. j Colorado State Board and The opening ode, objects and aims were led by Mrs. Hugh Arnold, Chapter BE president. Mrs. F. J. Perkins, corrsepond- ing secretary for the Colorado State Chapter, gave the devotions. (hi th president of (he Greeley Re ciproeity Bureau. The theme of a golden chain was carried out in (he luncheon decorations, with Chapter F! being added. A central though Mrs. Patricia Applegalc, DS,'behind the chain theme is Iowa, held the consent to select a charier list and gave a brief history. chain of life from little Thi joy is wrought -- A friendly word Mrs. McVicker read the dis-! a , smllc - a k '" dl ' lhou P hl ~ pcnsation and welcomed ( | 10 ; May each new day some joy un chapter. Those received by di- fo ' d , mfl v .your chain be forged mil were Mrs. Applegate, Mary!'" 11 ' P urcst e° ld - baskets to shut-ins, and a birthday Cake for Mrs. Lena Kruse. The devotional, given by Mrs. L. S. Connell was based on a reading from "God's Psychiatry" and "Give us this day our daily bread" and "Forgive our debts as we forgive our deb : tors," two phrases from the "Lords Prayer." The closing thought was "A Prayer for Today" read by Mrs. Robert Flohr. May is the month for reveal- Benevolent projects reports in-ing secret pals through ex- luded the delivery of May! change of gifts. Afterward new names were selected tor next year. The next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. on June 15 in th« Garden Room, with Mmes. Dewcy Penton, Harold Geltman and Robert Flohr »s hostesses, and Mrs. Nauman, Mrs. Burt Vance and Mrs. Penton presenting the devotionals and opening and closing thoughts. Seed of a hybrid giant begonia sells for $3,500 an ounce, Nations! Geographic says. It takes a million of the powdery granules to make an ounce; a single sneeze could scatter hundreds of dollars worth of seed. . · . SEW YOUR OWN THING! in bold, mod designs, hot summer colors, all on a little iron, fabric of the Islands. For fun 'n sun 'n patio 36" wide 100% cotton Guar. Washable TERRY PRINTS Summer's favorite for beach or lake or pool! Colorful, colorful prints! 36" wide Guar. Wosh. 100% Cotton (SOLID COLORS $1.19 YD.) Store H o u r s : 9:30 to 5:30 Open Friday Nighti till 8:30 821 8th Street N O T I O N S · D R A l ' t Phone 353-6841 Lu Cherry, Mrs. Susan Conn,| · Helen K. Dalbey, Gayle Duffield, Mrs. Faye Jurgensen, will be Mr. and Mrs. Douglas 'Louise Ksirnes, Mrs. Charoleen Ruff and Mr. and Mrs. John | \ M } xr , Marilyn Mathews. Ardis Schmidt Jr. jMcLeland, Mrs. Marie Moinat. j 6:30 p.m. First United Melh-jLorraine Partridge. June Sar-! odist WSCS, Hannah Circle,! gent. Mrs. Karen Thomas. Sally i potluck supper, Blue FlameJR. Waldo and Miss Florence! Room. I Whitehead. Those received by! 7:30 p.m. Job's Daughters,!initiation were Elizabeth Adeock] Masonic Temple. ! and Mercedes Morrison. 7:30 p.m. First Christian Mrs D A R a jncy. president. Women's Fellowship Guild,] , ., ,, , , ,-,,,,,, n ,,,,!,,,. Mrs. .Harold Adcock, 1808 of tllc Colorado State Chapler i Lakeside Dr., with Mrs.! and Mrs - R - Iv Oldcnmeyer. Lucille Miller assisting. Group I second vice president of the VII, Mrs. Fred Tjardes, 2G43JColorado Stale Chapter, \vel- 12lh Ave. corned the initiates and council- 8 p.m. Oasis Rebekah , ... ,, , , Lodge Odd Fellows Hall. cd wllh lhc " ew dia P ler ' 8 p.m. Evening Belles! Mrs - Ralney ms(alled lnc Toastmistress Club, Blue;newly elected officers.^ including| The price tag on this Touch Sew zig-zag machine usually reads $ 334 95 . MOSCOW-Moldavia, a vine-i yard area, is a drinking center.! Phofogray' g asses .IV s know when to turn on and a They dnrkon who.n it's j sunny and bi-ijrht. Then flour indoors and at niftht. Smoothly. Comfortably. Automatically. A neutral frray t h a t never hides your eye?, doesn't' d i s t u r b nattirnl colorinff. Cornim; crpatoH 1 ho I'hotofirrny* filasf. W« make the glasses to your prescription. J u s t come in and ask. GREELEY OPTICAL PHOTOGRAY is a reqistered trademark of Corning Glass Works. Flame Room. Topic: "Improvement When Giving Book Reviews." 8 p.m. Memorial Hospital Guild, at the hospital. 8 p.m. Parents Without Partners, coffee and conversation, Mrs. Avis Halvorson, 3328 W. 4th St. Road. Slides of her t r i p to Norway and Europe by the hostess. For more information about PWP call 353-2588 or 353-5339 evenings, or write P.O. Box 2CO. Mrs. Luker, Mrs. Jurgenson.j Miss Whiiehead, Mrs. Moinat.i Guaranteed | Watch Repairing Cleaning. Oiling C Eft and A d j u s t i n g UrtlU Westview Watch Shop In Gilbert's Pharmacy 2424 10th St. wMEfo-YOU By Faye Lundvnll Copyright 1!)GO, Capital Features 912!'i 8th Avc. T'hone 332-5672 How oflpn do you shiunpoo? 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