Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 10, 1961 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, November 10, 1961
Page 13
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Connie AndersonVEiigageihent To CSC Sophomore;Announced Mrj. S*ry LM Pahnw.. Pbt+o ky K*«*c*k. Nancy Jo Smith Becomes Bride Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Anderson of South of Eaton announce the engagement: of their daughter, Connie,. to Jim Teil- borg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph feilborg'bf Fowler. A June wedding is'planned. '· . Miss Anderson was. graduated irom Eaton High School and at-' ended Colorado Woman's College or. one year before-enrolling.'at Colorado. Stale College. She Is now a junior majoring in elementary education. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority: Angel Flight honorary women's group of the Air Force ROTC; and !he newly organized CSC Modeling Board:of which she is vice president. ' · . · . - - . . Teilborg is a sophomore at Colorado State University at : Fort Collins. He was president of his freshman class and also Inler-j Hall Council president last year. in'his senior year at Fowler High School, where he was 'graduated with.the Class of 1960, he was stale .president ' o f : t h e 'F u I u r e Farmers of America. At the beginning of the CSU. year, Teil- »fg was. chairman of ''Welcome Week." He is reporter for his fraternity, .Alpha Gamma Rho, Newco.rnersVPIqn "',"·· Luncheon :Tuesday; · ·'· Welcome -Wagon! Newcomers Club, will have its 'November luncheon Tuesday fit 12:30.p.m. at. the -Farm Fate restaurant! ;ajrds. are lo -be played follow- jig the luncheon. -' · :· 'Those who'have·not-.been con : acled .by callers -from,the cliib hould make reservations for the uncheon-by calling Mrs.'H.'R. \Iooso,-. membership j cha'irnian, El 3-4141,/ by Saturday, morn- ng. Any cancellations must be made_ by.Monday morning pre^ ceding the'luncheon'.' · · · Friday, Nov. 10, 19fit GRRELEY TRIBUNE Psj?e 13 ' Conni*'' And*r~Mn · S. Peler's Catholic Church .'was ic selling [or the wedding of Miss Jancy Jo Smith, and Gary 'Lee 'aimer on Tuesday. 'The bride is he daughter -of Mr. and Mrs. lorris Smith -of 241013th 'Ave., nd the bridegroom is the son (J Jr. and Mrs. Fay N. : Palmer ol Sulden. . ' The single ring ceremony was ci formed by the Rev. Robert V. levahs. Organ 'music by Dennis ettl included the "Ave Maria" s Ihe couple knelt at the altar ail. Two cathedral baskets ol ·ellow and' bronze mums, tie vilh burnt orange ribbon, decor- ted the sanctuary. .,, . The bride was altire'd in a white Brocade street lenglh dress made jn princess lines with bateau neck- ine. Her shoulder length veil of illusion was held in place by a iara of pearls. She carried a cas- :ade of white carnations, tie with .burnt orange ribbon. Her ather escorted her to the altar rail.: : '. .. .. Miss Rose Marie Weinga'rdt o Denver, former roommate of the bride, was maid of honor. Her sheath dress of burnt orange was of iridescent silk. She carried a cascade of. yellow and. bronie mums, tied with burnt -orange ribbon. ' ' ·· · Mike Miller was. best man, Mitton Bradley'i FLASH CARDS · Words That Co Together · United State* Haih Cardi · Addition and Subtraction · Multiplication and Division · Alphabetical Pictures JfeeifeA 81 6 8th »t. . EL : 2-77« Bruce Smith, ·': brother of the" iride, and Henrik-Johansen were ''' ushers. s A reception followed, the cere- a wny at the home of the bride's v tarenls. - = · ' . : The bride --was graduated from i reeley High School in 1958 where re was active in many school ' organizations. She attended 'Colo- ado 'state College and was em- , loyed by the Weld County Bank £ riof to her employment in Den- : er. . , ' ' - - - - . The bridegroom attended Colo- ado State University and Coloe ado State .College.. He has been' mployed by the United 'Slates s Geographical Survey at Pueblo s nd Eagle, and will now work at ' lanhattan, Kan. ..', ; For traveling the bride wore a r avy wool' suit with white ac- I essories and white'corsage. S The couple will reside at 618 c Moro, Manhattan. . , Mrs. ;Grim_es5 Reviews" lohn Steinbeck's Novel . . . . · Mrs. Leslie Grimes reviewed John' Steinbeck's 'book,, "The Winer' of our r Discontent," at a meelingVof.- the. KU-'-Kare. Club it the' home : o£'Mr».. C. W. Mel jin; Mrs. Charles Garretson and Mrs. A. L. Williamson were guests of he S3 members present. Refreshments wer* served by the hoste'S! with 3 birthday candle and i a Happy Birthday song · for Mrs. Virgil ·Stockton. Next meeting will be a Christmas luncheon Dec. 5, at the Farm Fare Restaurant before * meeting at the home of Mrs! Guy Jones at 1910 13th: St. There will be a Christmas program and gift exchange. High Mt. In Ocean A mountain, over 9,000 feet high has been discovered in ihe' Indian Ocean 550 miles southeast of -Ceylon by scientists .aboard the.Soyiet research ship Vityaz. -It-is a volcanic cone with .several peaks, the highest of which lies- about' 5,000 eet below Ihe surface.. The. crew of the vessel named the mountain Afanasi (Athanasius) Nikitin after a 15th-century merchant and writer who is the earliest known Rus- -:ian to sail across the' Indian Ocean. and a member of Lancers, sopho more men's honorary. He'is a pre- law major and employed by Radic Station KZJX of Fort Collins as an announcer and member of the sales staff. Lutheran ALGW Board Has Meeting Ten 1 members of the executive board'of "Our Savior's Lutheran Church held I heir November meet ing Monday at the Parish Hall. . The Rev. Richard Bunge select ed.the hymn-"Jesus, Priceless Treasure" to open his devoliona service. He read Peter's Confcs sion from Matthew 16, tlwn closei the service with a prayer. Both Mrs. Raymond Miller, Sec retary of Education and Mrs Leonard Johnson, Secretary o Stewardship reminded Ihe grou] of Ihe General,Meeting to be bet at 7:30 p.m., Dec. 4. This will in elude a Christmas workshop, cookie exchange, and the collec lion-of treasure chests, besides short business meeting. Naon and Miriam circles will' be in! charge. · ' : Plans were completed for the oazaar Awhich was held in the Parish Hall Thursday. Pit, dougb- nuis -and coffee'-'w er e. serve throughout the day, A.donation of $100 was made-to the Martin Luther Home 'at Beatrice, Neb. 1 There will be a clothing 'drive during the month of November for the Lutheran WMld.Eel ief.-CJoth. ing 'should be left at the Parish Hall,'it was announced. . : There will again be a'Thanks- giving Ingathering for B o n e 11 Home. Canned goods', staple foods, and other, articles'are requested. Nov. 14 there will be a workshop at Fort'Collins which the members of-the 1962 execulive board, the secretary of education, and the secretary of stewardship are to allend. Each person is to take a sack lunch'. Coffee and dessert will be served by the host church. On Nov. 21, there will be' a workshop at Our Savior's Parish'from 10 a.m., to 2:30 p.m., when 'the information received at Fort Col- dessert will be furnished. · Mary Martha Circle will-clean ithe kitcheni n November and will entertain Bonell Home in Decem 600 To )ramd Workshop Over 600 high school students ·om all over the state will at end. Hie. drama worshop con ucled by the Little .Theater of ll« loekies Saturday at Frasier Hall Schedule follows: 9-9:30, regis ration; 9:30-3:45, greeting's from ollege.' 9:45-11:00, "Stage Bus! ness and Movement in the Bevel jpment of a Characterizalion" liscusston and demonslratioi cenes; "The Matchmaker," Sout: Denver High School, Joyce Norc strom, director; "Hands Acros he Sea," drama students,- CSC direcled by Lynn Johnstonc, 11:00-12:15, demonstrations o Stagecraft; "Costume Construe ion," Deanna Burns; "Seen Painting Techniques," W e 1 b Wolfe, assisted by Laiiry Wolfe. 1 Exhibits of lighting equiprrien properties, scenery conslructk) nnd assembly will be on' display i Frasicr rooms 171, 71 and Th keen Room. 12:30-1:30,, luncheon, Tobe- Kendel Dining Room; entertain menl, Jerry Bridgman. 2:00, Lillle Thealer of the Rock tes presents "Tlie Glass Menag rie." Immediately following Hie fin curtain there will be a demonstre lion of the shifting techniques'use in the play.' ' . Ifera er' ·Miss.'Vera Newburn'. spoke 1 on Youttv-rToniorrow's Polenlial Re- lhe*Novembeivrneeling : Delia Kappa Gamma. Her talk was in keeping with le theme, for . the year, . "De- sloping Human Resources." Miss ewburn, professor of Homo Euo- omics at Colorado Stale College, erved on Ihe President's commit- ee to'plan the recent White House onfercnce. Prior to' the program' tire annua ilent auction was tald and the ·usinesV meeting was conducted y Miss Sliirley Brand, president f.the chapter. Committee reports vere given by Gertrude Lyons, Elsie Kent and Edna Groves. The auction was handled by Marvel nd Elise Shackclford, Edna Hoy- lar and Mary Lois Wilson. Music vas conducted by Mabel Hick- lan. Miss Newburn related some of icr experiences as a member of 'resident Eisenhower's National Committee for Ihe planning ol he 1960 While House Conference. As leader . of one of Ihe work roups she' had Ihe opportunity to vork behind the scenes and so vas able to tell how Ihe.commit- ce solved some of the problems of organizing a conference for over 7,000 participants. Miss Newburn said -that ."the impact of Ihe conference would b2 lost unless the teachers, today atid lomorrow.did their shore to carry put the conference theme, ;!'To promote opportunities for children and youth -to- realize their full polentiall/orl'a creative life in freedom and _ dignity.". Outside of Ihe home' and' family, the teach- SAILING FROM HONOLULU FriJay after "a; short visit to Hawaii were Dr.-and Mrs: Paul McKec of ·:lino IQih Ave., Gree- Icy, Colo. Dr. : Mckee, member o f - I h e Colorado-State College faculty for 35 years, canic; with Mrs. McKcc to lecture'on the leaching of language and reading before the Hawaiian elementary Principals'- meeting in Honolulu last .week. Ho has published many professional books on Ilicse subjects and lectures, a great deal in the United States and Canada. Th'c 'Mckecs arrived on the Lurline Oct. 28 and sailed on Ihe Mal'sonia Nov..3 for Ihe mainland. While in Honolulu they made their headquarters at the Halckulani 1 Hotel on Waikiki Beach. This was-their first trip to Ihe Islands. (lialekulani photo) Dr. W.W. Martin Talks To St PeterVPfA.:/: Dr. W..W. Martin, Colorado Moult ant for the Science : Research \ssociolion, was .speaker »i. the !ovember meeting of.iSt. .Peier'i =TA this week-at.the Parish.rf«ll ! (he church. ·'··· ' . ' ' · ' · · ' · He showed a'film on .the "MulU- tyel Approach: to. Heading/' A iscussion'period was held after; ic. film arid.Dr. Martin answers d questions about this method tt caching. : . , . , ' " i SRA achievement and ability, ests are .being given to the sW. ehts in:grades two.through «ev- n this week. Parent-teacher con : erences will be held next week/'-' ·Sister, Mary' Ancilla reporter hat R. A. Moorman bad-started band at the school. She said tha.t nyone who .had instruments to qan to the .school should contact ioorrn'an. . , . '· : ' · ' Seventh grade mothers served efreshmenls. r is in a'-posiljon to 'best un- erstand tlie". prbblems of modern I'oulli.arid to help-them find so- ulions. One way in which teachers -may- help youth and children First Methodist, Festival. Nov. 17 Annual fall festivalof the Woman's Society of. Christian Service of Ihe First Methodist Church will be held next Friday,. Nov. 17, in Fellowship Hall beginning at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Earl Hurl is overall chairman of the festival. Coffee, pie and rolls will be served all day with Mrs. W.. W. Webster and Mrs. C. W. McLain in charge. Luncheon will be served,from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.,'under the su- pervison. of the following corn- mil lee: Mmes. Ch'arles Willey, chairman, John Tcmplin, ,Q. T . I Radnor, Roy Johnston, E. D . I Miller, Elton Williams and John|| McKay. There-will be booths 61 aprons,II toys, baked goods, candy, gifts, I ioliday decorations,', five and 'ton I cent items and innumerable other I .hings including mincemeat, re.-ll At Different Place Merry ..Mixers Square Dana Club will hold its regular dance a' Heath-Junior High School gyn instead o f ' t h e ' u s u a l place, Trin ily Episcopal Parish Hall. Dane ing will be from 8 to 11 p.m. Call er wilt be Johnny LcClair of Riv erton, Wyo. The public is invited Country Store Kid Gift Shop » the WSCS Bin.r, Flrit M«thoJ(« Church, Friday, Nov. U.-Adv. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT AD* CARD OF THANKS- J E E R I N G , . · - ' · 'I wish to tlmnk Dra. Barbel .·; and Arllut, nursesi and .nursei,. aides, .frisnd- neighbors »no _' all who contributed flowers,'cards, gifts nnd many acta'ol thougEitft'lnes:. during" my re-: cent stay la the Weld County General Hospital. I especially, want to thanlc the many PGA . members for their acts OT kindness. .' John 0. Deerlng. MYERS, \Ve desire to express- to our kind neighbors and thought: . f u l - ' friends our heartfelt thanks' for. their many ex-* ·pressibns .of sympathy in th* loss of our mother and grand-.mother, Mrs. Addle . Myers. The beautiful floral offerings, cards and food were greatly. f ppreciatDd. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morris ani ' f a m i l y " i*cwne tomorrow's'best rialkma P^ 6 ' :re will be no Executive 11 Board meeting in December. TO WED-Mr/and Mrs. Frank Tniesdell of 3309 llth Ave., announce the engagement of thpir daughter, Karen Inez, to Richard George Schaffer, son of Mr. d Mrs. George Shaffer of 705 27th Ave. Miss Truesdell is-a junior at Evans High School. She is a ' d r u m majorette,, a member of the band and Pep Club. She is employed part time at the Greeley Nursing Home. Schaffer attended Greeley High School and was employed 'by the Golden Point Drive-Inn before his enlistment in the Navy. He left last week for San Diego, Calif., where he is stationed. No date has been set for the wedding. cently made by. a group headedll oy Mrs. Marion Bryan.' Mrs. A. I P. Marshall is overall chairman] of the booth committee. Sen'ing wilh her are Mmes. Milton GardM Our Specialty... Quality Casuals at a moderate price Be sure to-register where you see the diamond poster for the . 16th ST. JUBILEE resources is to'provide' dpportuni tie's for them to develop the abil ity to adapt rapidly, she, said. The .world is changing so quick ly that youth would, enter life poorly prepared if they were merely equipped with a store louse of detailed, specialized in "ormation. For bur children ant or the human race as a whole, adaptability Js the price of: sur- ival and growth, Miss Newburn said. . .' Teachers must help youth and children .to become leaders who lave enough theoretical knowledge, critical judgment and discipline of learning to adapt rapid- y to the new situations and prob- cms which constantly arise in the modern world. . About People You Know Judy' Vanderhoof, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Vanderhoof was pledged to'Sigma Kappa, so cial sorority, at the close of fal quarter rushing at Colorado Slate College. Miss Vanderhoof was graduated from Greeley Higl School in 1960. KABUL -- Afghanistan 1 awarded contracts for the first six segments of the Kabul-Kandahar highway. Harry Sez : . . CLIP COUPONS - SAVE! SAVE! A weJJing set that is the last word in beauty, ilyle and value! 6 sparkling diamond] »et in beautiful M-karat (old nountingi. pOrn rM^( TOf son, John EdvJiirds,'EmHy'Hmes.l] Wesley Price, C. R. Byrd, Charles|| Wheeler and.John Reynolds. The evening dinner,-which h a s ! been a popular part of .the festi-i[ val in past' year, will .not be|| served this year. The 907 16fh Sf. For Smart Casual* EL 3-452S USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADSl) Why so many fanner? and ranchers plant money in US. Savings Bonds Brer «nce ifae Sayjnf* Bond Fragrant began," Ametka'i'ivmen and land*. era hare bete among h» beet eaatom- eo. In feet 'H oit'tJt c«ih reserve* owned by these iofln n krrarted » U.S. Sanugi Bouk . . . B««it ter Mfe*M. BoodR owned by the orilriofa of people who nm our farms work hard. They replace mi- chineiy. Pay. for Dew'lind. -Pnwid« insurance againet the rides at farming. They get personal Mgigntnente, iocs fik* replacing the old horaeatead »nd sending the kids to coHege. Wky th.y k**p U.S. load* 'd»w» en ill* tent* U.S. Sayings Bond* are a "crop that never fails," guaranteed by the U.S. Government to pow. ' J18.75 becomes (23 k 7 yean, 9 month*. In 10 more y«u«, it become* $36.25. They can be cashed in anytime, with interest And if they're lost .or destroyed, the Treeaury Department replaces them free. Every U.S. Bond you buy x an »· Testment in Peace. What better way to help your government help you enjoy the things you're aoriag foeZ SOLITAIRES as low M "OO Where Yoo Get The T.argest Diamonds Al The Smallest Prices No fc*Cr«4i». C O U P O N WORTH 2Sc , , , towards purchaM of one whole Kentucky Fried Chicken. huge plecet galf«n b r e w n Chicken . . , b*x*d lo gol Regul«r »1.76 v«lu«. Only »).W with coupon- Coupon void fter Nov. 22, HARRY'S DRIVIN South 8th Are. WORTH 25c . . . towjrrfi purchase of whole Pumpkin Pie. Regular $1.00 value ... only 75c with coupon. A delielout homemade pumpkin pie boxed "to to," No llmltl Coupon void ' Nov. 30. HARRY'S DRIVIN South 8th Ave. Good for On* "BIG BOY" Double Deck HAMBURGER with purchiie of 4 "BIG BOYS." Coupon void ifter Nov. 22. 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