Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1973 · Page 22
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School lunch menus GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 23 : b/sfr/cf Six "C' 1 Hot lunch menu* for schools ""in District Six for tht ensuing (i;l week, April 23-27, and breakfast menus for the same period, at -,· West High School and Chappe- ·'··"low West, East Memorial, '·'Franklin, Jefferson and Billie '·" 'Martinet elementary schools, " ; will include: 1 '."' SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS (With Choices) Monday: Italian spaghetti, or ; -chili macaroni; tossed salad · with dressing; French rolls and "·"butter; peach cobbler, or be- "lieve-it-or-not cookies (peanut butter); % pint whole milk. ·· l ; Tuesday: Chicken noodle casserole; garden salad with · Russian dressing, or chef : salad; seasoned spring peas; ' whole wheat rolls and butter; oatmeal crispies, or one-half : apple; "A pint whole milk. · j Wednesday: Tacos with let- i tuce, tomato, cheese and hot f sauce, or egg salad on a bun; r seasoned broccoli; corn bread s 'and butter; Jello with bananas, \-, or chocolate cake; Vi pint whole f milk. , ;/' Thursday: Uoast turkey in ;;gravy; savory dressing; Holi- i.'day salad; pull-apart rolls and ·'butter; pumpkin custard with · topping; % pint whole milk. '! Friday: Chili and crackers, or baked cheese sandwich; lettuce salad with dressing; glazed cinnamon rolls; orange wedges, or chocolate chip cookies; 'A pint while milk, i The secondary schools serve -a choice of whole milk, either plain or chocolate, each day. . " JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Monday: Italian spaghetti; tossed salad with dressing; i French rolls and butter; peach cobbler; % pint whole milk. Tuesday: Chicken noodle casserole; garden salad with Russian dressing; seasoned spring peas; whole wheat rolls and butter; oatmeal crispies; 'k pint whole milk. Wednesday: Tacos with lettuce, tomato, cheese and hot sauce; seasoned broccoli; corn bread and butter; Jello with bananas; ',4 pint whole milk. Thursday: Roast turkey in gravy; savory dressing; holiday salad; pull-apart rolls and butter; pumpkin custard with topping; V4 pint whole milk. Friday: Chili and crackers; lettuce salad with dressing; glazed cinnamon rolls; orange wedges; V4 pint whole milk. Elementary schools serve whole milk each day, with a choice of plain or chocolate each Monday. BREAKFAST MENUS Monday: Citrus and banana fruit cup; toasted bun with cheese and bacon bits; Vi pint whole milk. Tuesday: Chilled peaches; French toast with jelly; 14 pint whole milk. Wednesday: Orange juice; open face toasted cheese sandwich; 'A pint whole milk. Thursday: Grape juice; hot cereal with cinnamon toast; '£ pint whole milk. Friday: Tangelos; mini- frank roll-up; 'A pint whole milk. Laboratory School Hot lunch menus for the Laboratory School for the ensuing week, April 23-27, will include: Monday: Italian spaghetti and meat sauce; seasoned Are things dull around your house? KEEP YOUR EYE ON 1211 Ninth Street green be«ra; tomato arid lettuce ulad; bread sticks with plain or garlic butter; frosted chocolate cake; '/4 pint whole milk. Tuesday. Hamburgers with dill slices; golden Drench fries; orange Jello salad; oatmeal cookies; 'A pint whole milk, either plain or chocolate. Wednesday: Turkey and gravy over fluffy steamed rice; candied sweet potatoes; celery and carrot strips; hot biscuits and honey butter; chilled peaches; 14 pint whole milk. Thursday: I.C. choice; tacos with shredded lettuce, tomatoes and cheese; hot sauce; Fritos; orange slices; fudge bars; cowboy bread and butler; Vi-pint whole milk, either plain or chocolate. Friday: Baked macaroni and cheese; cole slaw; buttered peas; cinnamon rolls and butter; fruit cup; .'/* pint whole milk. Trinity Lutheran Hot lunch menus for Trinity Lutheran School for the ensuing week, April 23-27, will include Monday: Barbecued turkey sandwich; potato salad; fruit cup; V4 pint whole milk. T u e s d a y : K r a u t b u r g e r ; French beans; fruit salad; peanut butter cookies; V4 pint' whole milk. Wednesday: Chili; carrot and celery sticks; fruit cup; cinnamon rolls; % pint whole milk. Thursday: Creamed chicken and mashed potatoes; roll and butter; cranberry salad; pumpkin pie; /z pint whole milk. Friday: Spanish rice; cabbage salad; roll and butter; cherry cobbler; Vz pint whole milk. District Re-/ Hot lunch menus for the week of April 23-27, at School District Re-1 will include: Monday: Spaghetti with meat sauce'; combination salad; whole wheat pull-apart bread and butter; fruit; 14 pint whole milk. Tuesday: Hamburger gravy; mashed potatoes; buttered spinach; hot rolls and butter; Jello with fruit; '£ pint whole milk. Wednesday: Chili and crackers; cabbage salad; carrot sticks; oven-baked donuts; '/4 pint whole milk. Thursday: Macaroni and tuna salad; buttered green beans; orange juice; hot rolls and butter; fruit cobbler; '/4 pint whole milk. Friday: Tacoburgers; buttered corn; celery sticks; fruit; 14 pint whole milk. 40 offend Encampment Auxiliary Forty patriarchs and matriarchs attended a covered dish dinner at the Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening, prior to the separate meetings of Weld Encampment No. 20, and Ladies Encampment Auxiliary. It was announced that Russell Cox of Colorado was elected president of the Wy-Ne-Co Association in Scottsbluff, Neb., last Saturday. The next meeting of the tri-state association will be held in Colorado Springs. The Alvin and Carl Dorsey families of Eaton will be acting hosts for the next encampment and auxiliary meeting at the IOOF Hall, April 27. THE SAIL LOFT Sailboats, Trailer Hitches, Life. Jackets and Accessories l W. 20th St. ' ·..·^;. : :^ ( , ; , 356-1141 u ,, c nr liui Mnurt Mon.lhruFrl.lp.m.-4:30p!m! New Sprinfl Moor* $.t.»,.m.to4!»p.m. Greeley Catholic Hot lunch menus for the week of April 23-27, at Greeley Catholic School will include: Monday: Beef stew; dinner roll and butter; fruit cup; cake with icing; ',4 pint of milk. T u e s d a y : K r a u t b u r g e r ; French fries; 'jellied fruit salad; chocolate brownies; V4 pint of milk. Wednesday: Chiliburger on a bun; buttered whole kernel c o r n ; - c a r r o t stick; purple plums; half pint of milk. Thursday: Turkey gravy over noodles; seasoned peas and carrots; dinner roll and butter; applesauce; pineapple cake; /2 pint of milk. Friday: Macaroni and cheese; celery stuffed with peanut butter; shredded lettuce with dressing; whole kernel corn; cowboy bread; V4 pint of chocolate milk. DOGGY VARM Mrs. Joyce Dainty of Haw- sted Green near Bury St. Ed- munds, England, is planning to have a suit made from the hair of her St. Bernard dog Sheba, who "... molts twice a year and I have been collecting her hair for five years." ANNOUNCING THE OPENING of HAIR HAVEN · Complete Beauty Service · Experienced Beauticians Ellyn Knowlton and Linda Matthews --Owners-Pat Freauff, Manager 1012V2 8th Avenue Phone 352-8804 Mrs. Kris Lee Peterson McCann, Peterson vows ore recited Jim Urban Urban to speak to SWAP Club A total of 70 members and guests attended an installation banquet for the Salesmen With a Purpose (SWAP) Club at the Farm Fare in Lucerne. Jeff Royall of Denver, Past SWAP international president, gave an animated speech on "The man who gets the job done." Those present introduced themselves telling their occupation. An amusing and capable toastmaster was enjoyed in the person of S. R. Wood of Denver, first vice president of SWAP International and a member of one of the Denver clubs. Names on the list of officers are Jackie Goldsmith, Barbara Miller, Earl Berner, Colin Martin and Lorraine Moore. Guests attended from Fort Collins, Loveland, Boulder, and Denver as well as Greeley. The Greeley SWAP Club meets regularly each Tuesday at 7:30 a.m., for breakfast at the Ramada Inn. There is a guest speaker at each meeting. Guests will be welcomed, and membership is open. St. Peter's Catholic Church was the setting for nuptial vows recited by Miss Susan Jean McCann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. McCann, 2649 llth Ave., and Kriss Lee Peterson of Gill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Peterson of Northglenn, in a late morning ceremony, Saturday, April 14. The Rev. Peter Urban preformed the double ring ceremony in the presence of 100 guests. Nuptial music, provided by Mary Gillen at the organ, included 'Wedding Song." White mums with pink ribbon bows adorned the altar. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown of ivory acetate peau with Venise lace plunging from the neckline to the hem of the skirt. The Watteau chapel train also had lace trim. Her bouffant veil of illusion was attached to a crown of lace interwoven with seed pearls. Six pink roses with ivory streamers formed her arm bouquet. Kathy Rosenquist, as maid of honor, wore a long two-piece silk ensemble featuring a sleeveless dress with empire jacket. The bridesmaids, Carolyn Sweeney, Lynne Layton and Sherric McNulty were dressed alike in pink dotted swiss. Each wore gloves in pink with matching summer hats. Jon Bostron was the best man For The Very Best In RUSSELL STOVER Chocolates At All GILBERT REXALL PHARMACIES Sanitone cleaned draperies look ike new. The colors are bright--the fabric is as soft as new. That's what Sanitone dry- cleaning does. Call on us and see. Sanitone CaljficdMaskr'Dnjclaiacr Two Drive-In Locations 2800 W. 10th St. 1214 9th Ave. and Eddie Partlow, Tommy Wayland and Howard Kenney were groomsmen. Users were Tom Pettit, Jack Campbell Steve Boresen and Tom Gutierrez. A reception was held at the University of Northern Colorado Panorama Lounge following the wedding ceremony. For travel on a honeymoon for a week at Monta Vista, the bride chose a light blue pantsuit with matching accessories. The bride was graduated from University High School in January, 1973, and has been employed at the Sirloin Stockade. Peterson attended schools in Northglcnn and had two years at the University of Northern Colorado. He is employed by I,ange Ski's in Broomfield. The couple will reside in Gill, temporarily. Data on drifting ice is furnished to ships and shipping companies by the International Ice Patrol. STYLE CORRAL AND PLAYTEX* WILL SEND YOU A PURCHASES ANYWHERE IN THIS STOI^E* THE SUPPORT BRAS AND FIRM CONTROL GIRDLES THAT ARE COMFORTABLE FOR HOURS 18 HOUR BRAS BANDEAU-Style #20, #27 (34-36A,32-42B,32-42C,32-42D',32-460D')-$6.00 LONG LINE-Style #220, #227 (34-42B, 34-44C, 34-44D', 34-46DD')-S9.00 CD, 'DD-$1.00 more) II HOUR GIRDLES BRIEF-(XS, S, M, L, XL')-J8.95 SHORTIE-(XS, S, M, L, XL')-J10.95 AVERAGE LEG-(S, M, L, XL', XXL')-$11.95 LONG LEG-IS, M, L, XL'. XXL'l-JI 2.95 GIRDLE-(S, M, L, XL', XXL')-$10.95 HIGH WAIST PANTY-IS, M. L, XL', XXL')-$14.95 HIGH WAIST LONG LEG-(S, M, L, XL', XXL')-$15.95 HIGH WAIST GIRDLE-(S, M, L, XL', . XXL')-»12.95('XL. 'XXL-$1.00mor«) SM llore dltplly lor III tlw (Klllll. ·ALL PURCHAMI MU(T IE MADE ON AME DAT (Including Brl «nd Qlrdll). 'NOT INCLUDINO TAXM OFFIH EXPIRE* My 4,1171. STYLE CORRAL Hillside Shopping Center 50th Ave. 20th St. Highland Nurseries,^ IT'S SPRING PLANTING TIME! SPECIAL! Ortho Crab Grass Control ORTHO-GIN CRAB GRASS Control Fertilize the grass and kill the bugs at the same time! Ortho-Gro .Crab Grass Control plus Insecticide-Fertilizer takes care of whatever's getting your lawn down. Controls crab grass, poa annua, kills turf insects. All this in clear pellet form. FOR A HAPPIER, HEALTHIER ENVIRONMENT PLANT TREES Choose your shade trees, fruit trees, evergreens, flowering shrubs and roses now, while our supply is plentiful. PICK UP YOUR FREE LAWN AND GARDEN CATALOG PLANT ROSES NOW DAHLIAS, LILIES, GLADIOLUS, and others. A wide variety to make your selection from. CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY

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