Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 20, 1957 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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PageS CKEELEY TRIBUNE Thursday. J u w Z O . J O W ' Q r r r ] p v ||j w ], Gl' oman Jostphint Millir, Editor \ p A 1--^ fl j / a .Urs. Harold Cr Hostess to Hobby Club Mrs. Hoy Sowl was ;i Kiit'sl of Make Do Hobby club Tuesday rvr- r i i i i K when ii nirl fll Iho hrwu 1 of Mrs. Harold Croissant, 520 Twonty- KCTorul slrci-l. Mrs. CrnUsanl ^;UT HIP ilnnnn- slnilion on spot and M a i n romov- ins, using various c o m m r m n l products. P a r t i c u l a r l y surprisinc to m r m h e r s \V;LS the fact t h a t n u i l polish can be removed from Hnr- ments with banana oil. A lively discussion follnwM ihr If;son l-'nrhcr in the month. Mrs. Charles Co/./.cns held a workshop fnr the club in her home, soulheasl of E a t o n , when thi 1 lesson on clown dolls was completed. A b i r t h d a y package from her sccrd piit wiis received by Mr.^ John K. S i t / n u n . Thr cluh will work on l i n ^ r n e hangers for the J u l y project ;it Hie home nf Mrs. .lack I-riUiT, 50(J Ten mtmbtrt and two Itaderi were present f u r t h e 3 - l l ' h l - I I club m e e t i n g 'I'ui'srlay HI Hn- H.'inU'.iville stlio^l. Leaders ,'irc- ; Mrs. Carl Wood and Mrs. K l m e r . 1)runt7, (iiie.its for the a f t e r n o o n ' were M r s . Alex Schneider. M r s . ' K r n n e l h M ; u k e y , Miss K e i l a l l e n . drieksmi and Mrs. [-'ml Hmnr ! hers. N e x t m e r l i n s will he J u l y 15 ' al the school The town of N a k u m , K r i i y a , is bidding f o r A m e r i c a n i n a n u f a c '. hiring enlcrprise.s. HOME SHOW PRICES SLASHED! SAVE *131°° BIG 13 CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR with Automatic Jet Defrost REG. $399.00 NOW ONLY 268 With trade In working condition. Pay Only $3 Weekly GREELEY MAYTAG 1011 9th Ave. Tel. 496 Member, (Jrccley Elcclric League 65 Lb. Frozen Food Stornge Jumbo Porcelain Enameled Crliper Built-in Butter Keeper 2 Removable Egg Rocks Extra Deep Door Shelves Full-Width Chiller Tray Fruit Bin Holds up to 11 Ibs. 3 Lever-Ejecting Ice Cube Trayi 5 - Y E A R Protection Plon on refrigerating lyilcm H U R R Y . . . Q U A N T I T I E S 1IMITEDI iWilbert Raatron* I Leave (or Florida yr ,,r,j \]r* Wilbrl Bostrnn and two 1-hii.lrtn, llithael. 5. ar.d Cathy , Ann. 3. who juve been here violins Iheir families lor the pasi lliret weeks, led Wednesday morning by ear for Sanford, Kla.. where t h e y ! will live for Ihe next f o u r years. Boslran who is m a k i n g a carcei ,,,· (I,,. , , i i ; . - . t,5, fc.V.1 .laliOBCt! =1 Memphis, Tenn., for Ihe p»st yea' 1 a t t e n d i n g electronics school. He was transferred to Ihe n a v a l a i r ' s t a t i o n at Sanford lor link t r a i n e r duly. Hostron, TD'2. re-enlisted in : the n a v y for six years in Ihc f a l l ; of 1951 a f t e r completion of f o u r ; years' service. Parents of Ihe lln-tnins are Mr. , iinil Mr*. Henry lloUron of G i l r r e s l ' and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dcrkscn of U41 Tenth streel. She is Ihe for' m e r M a r i l y n Derkscn. Among Ihc m a n y parlies silver i f o r Ihc Boslrons while they were j here were Hie following: a familv ! i dinner on the evening of June 13 al | i l h c home of her p a r c n l s when 18 : were present; a picnic al noon last ! Sunday al I.oveland whieh was ' h e l d at Ihc home n[ the Jake 13ns- ! Irons instead nf (he park, due to Ihc rain; a picnic supper l h a t evc- i n i n l ! al the home of Mr. and Mrs. : Cliff Webber, soulh of Gilcrcst; l a n d a dinner Monday evening a l l ! the home of Mr. and Mrs. E l m e r ' il.efflcr in Greeley. i From here the Doslrnns returned l l o M e m p h i s lo gel t h e i r trailer | house in which they wiU continue lo live until they huy a home al Sanford. I Junior Golf Season I Is In Full Swing Illitesi'''i?iSiiitA/W'i's Junior Cell Girls association ol t-^q.ine Country ciuu p'u«exl liiCil' sec """ ond weekly lournsmenl Wednesday ir.ormng and qualified ai'ihe same lime for a season ringer lourna- menl. Nancy West won Ihe Poinls-on- 1 G r e e n competition wilh Judy ;5 Mitchell, runnerup. Becky Barber ','; placed third. ·i The season opened June 12 wilh a pulling lournament when Chrisline Opdyke look firsl place; Donna 'Florup, second; and Nancy Ahlborn. consolation. : Nexl week. Ihe junior golfers will ' q u a l i f y for a malched play handicap t o u r n a m e n t lo run through i J u l y . Becky Barber, presidenl of ;lhc association, urges all mcmhers , ; lo qualify before Tuesday, July 2. Following the morning's play the girls hold a short business meeting at the s w i m m i n g pool. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caton.of _ Eaton announce Ihc engagement , , ,, of Iheir dKiighlcr, Darlcnc Jo, 'Social Work Conference above, lo Gary E. Simpson, son I of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Simpson of Aull. Willwn Hemi Ii Opened to ClrcU 4 . Circle 4 ol Ihe Firtl Baptist church held its June meeting »t the country home ol llrs. L. B. Willson. Mrs. Helen Tajlur, P«*i dent, gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Gladys Reel was reported ill. She will enter the hospital for lur gery. . The reading report was given By Mrs. Willson and the courtesy r«- P"rt by Mr? Steve Reeve. A workshop wul be held Tuesday al 9 a.m., al Eaton. A sack lunch win b*j served al noon. Mrs. Fred Sulton asked for more dishes and clothing for the migrant center. Mrs. Reeve and Mrs. T. E. Nauman volunteered to help al the center. Devotions on Prayer were given by Mrs. Heeve. Mrs. Ed Ftger- berg introduced Mrs. Paul Creer, who reviewed the book, High is Ihe Wall. Refreshments were served by Mrs, Willson and Mrs. J. B. Music!:. ' wp(l(linfi is P l a n n o d - 3! Maybe Next Time Robert G. Taylor and his hridc, t h e former Miss Shirley Mae Wemmcislcr, are pictured al Ihe receplion following Ihcir wedding Friday evening al 7:30 o'clock al SI John's Evangelical Lutheran church. The hridc is the d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wcin- mcislci 1 of 2H8 Sixteenth avenue. The groom's parents are Mr. and I Mrs. Don P. Taylor nf 1021 f o u n t a i n avenue. I Members of the f a m i l i e s and a few close friends witnessed Ihe double ring ceremony, p e r f o r m e d ! j h y Ihe flev. M. Schocnhaar. W^ [ jC(we ·{,,,· Guam bride was given in m a r n a g u by her i ', f a t h e r . | ! B a s k e t s n( irises and two c a n - , ' i l c l a b r a decoralctl Ihe a l t a r . Tapers i were lighted by Evcrell Eugene i Taylor, brolhcr of the groom. j The hridc was attired in a suit of golden brown wilh w h i l e f l e c k . ! She wiirr while accessories and a w h i l e orchid corsage. Mrs. A l H e s t e r , I h c f o r m e r M a r - j , ei.'i H a u e r , was m a l r o n nf honor.' She wore a n a v y l a f f e l a polka dot dress and while c a r n a t i o n corsage. ; The best man was G r a n l Phillips. Mrs. W c m n i e i s l c r wore a sea ' green linen suil and while aeccs- ^ j sorics and I h e groom's m n l h r r ! chose a n a v y linen dress and while ^ i accrssnne. 1 ;. ! The n-ccplion was al the Taylor h o m e , where wedding cake and ] ' p u n c h were served. A m o n g HIP j guests v.Trc Mr. and Mrs. Norval ^ I l l i d ) Johnson of Pine B l u f f s , | j|,. 5i Dudley La Poinle and i W y o . . brother-in-law and sisicr of i Daughter, Lorella Jean, lefl Miss Calon is a 1955 graduate of Ault high and is employed al Hie Greeley Gas company. Her fiance was also graduated from Aull high in 1055. He is now in the navy, slalioncd al Seallle, Wash., aboard Ihc USS Burton Island NGB-1. An early fal Parking; PHILADELPHIA Ifl -- Doughnul baker Jojin B a u m a n decided business would be helped if his patrons could grab Iheir sinkers wilh- oul leaving Ihcir cars. However, automobiles to turn solved Ihe problem wilh a turntable similar lo a railroad roundhouse. SPRINGFIELD, Ohio Ul -- This summer U.S. Lulheran churches will acl as host to Ihe firsl inter- MAYSVILLE, Ky. ui -- Mrs. ,, .. James Williams, a mother-to-be, 'his 25x60-fool parking lol lefl no couldn't attend a shower in her honor." An hour before the party, she was rushed In Ihc hospital where she became a molher-as-of-now. room for around. Bauman national church-sponsored meetings of soeial workers in Protestant history in this country. v The Lutheran World Federation is sponsoring the event, the Lutheran World Conference, on Social Responsibility. Sessions will be held on Wittenberg College campus, Aug. 7-10. An estimated 500 of the denomination's top leaders are expected to meet w i l h . t h e social welfare, workers from the federation's 57 member churches in 29 counlries. The intensive four-day sludy will deal wilh their responsibilities in the alomic era. Halifax will soon have a new international airport al Kelly's Lake, Nova Scoiia. Chu Nous club met it th« homi of Mrs. F. L. Waugh, 2411 Twelfth Avenue court, Wednesday ev«ning. A guesl, Mrs. Warner Shafer, gave Ihe lesson on basket weaving. The club will meet again July 25 »l 7:30 p.m. al Ihe home of Mrs. Richard Neubauer, 1512 Fourteenth street. Lesson will be on icralch board pictures. BeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeBeiM» Lady Buxton · BILLFOLDS · ADDRESS BOOKS 820 Tenth St. JB*W EIGHTH at EIGHTH f o r s m a r t w o m e n ; Ihc griiiun. The Taylors spenl I h c i r honey m i i n n at Colorado Springs a n d ; Canon City. They are now at home at 1H12 S e v e n t e e n t h streel. The hridc is a I0n7 g r a t l u a l e of Greeley hich where she was a m e m b e r of Ihc 1'ep cluh, GA and S a f e t y Pins. Taylnr was g r a d u a t e d Thursday morning by (ram on the firsl part of a journey which will lake (hem lo G u a m . Mrs. La Pninlc's husband, an a i r m a n first class, is stationed al Anderson AFB on G u a m . His f a m i l y experts In live Ihere 14 monlhs. The (rip will t a k e Mrs. La Poinle and her 11 monlh old from Greeley high in 1955 and a l - 1 |, nu y [ 0 San Francisco, Calif., tended Colorado Stale College. H e w n c r c Ihcy will board a m i l i t a r y is employed in the A g r i c u l l u r e | [ r . lnspol .i .j llnc 25 for Guam. They | S t a b i l i z a t i o n Conservation office, i w j|] be aboard ship two weeks.. · i i f W e l d county. Wives nf ahoul 15 a i r m e n at lhe : I Grandmothers" Club"" 'enTers"" *'" "" am °" e '^ """ Enioys Indonr Picnic I °Airman La Pninlc has been on i Members of Grandmothers club J G s l i m ror (h(1 pilst j our flnd ,, ha]f gathered al Ihc home of Mrs. Bess : m o n t h s D u r i n g (his lime, his wife S m i t h , ailti Eighth avenue, for an ' am | daughter have been staying indoor picnic Monday noon. | w j|h her mother, Mrs. Dora Cop- Fnllowing d i n n e r , Mrs. Mollic | lidgc, of 1010 Fourlh avenue. Mrs. Kills opened Ihc meeting by read- j, n p 0 i n [ R j s |], e former Miss Ila infi E a r t h ' s Last Picture. Eight mcmhers answered roll call by 1 t e l l i n g of their rr.jst onlstandin; j cnn Clark. Her husband is a Iclelype main- ilcnancc man. He and his wife mel (rip. .Mrs. K i l l s read Grow Lovely | when he was stationed ai Warren Growing Old. | AFB. A f t e r Iheir marriage, they J u l y 15 meeting will he a p i c - ' resided for about a year and a half nic w i t h Mrs. M o l l i e l l n l l c n b a c k , ! ,i| Riverside, C a l i f , He expects lo IGIM Fuurleenlh avenue.. I h c sent hack lo Ihe Stales in Oc- · tnher. 1B58 and be discharged in G A R L I C T I P . J a n u a r y . IMS. II isn't necessary lo peel garlic, \ . i f you use a garlic press. T h c I I f l I | U r a r i a n r residiic will lift out of Ihe press: L O I I r j y e L l U l d l l d l l i e a s i l y and a flip in hot soap or T_ drterjient suds washes easily. he press . . . We wish to extend our personal invitation to everyone to visit our new modern sport shop . . . Brunswick Bowling . . . Bags -- Shoes -- Accessories -- Custom Fit Balls Exclusive Women's Sportswear By Sandra Craig -- Harburt -- Chestnut: Hill Also Costume Jewelry-Belts and Scarves COLUMBINE SPORT SHOP Kcnv= is lo have a ' ri;lni '' 1 A ' S^B". h "'l librarian! IlOlMnii-iininnlh a l u m i n u m foundry. »nd Harold Smith, acquisitions lib r a r i a n , Colorado S t a l e College, will a l l e n d Ihc "convention nf Ihe American Library Association, lo If he held in K a n s a s City. Mo., June )j I 23-29. V I Seager will familiarize himself ! | with new developments in library j j equipment, especially in Ihc field ' of M i c r o f i l m Service and oilier media of thai kind, and will dis- I cuss methods of Microfilm c.x- 5! changes with other inslilulions. He I will also confer wilh other li- I h r a r i a n s ahoul Ihe courses in li- S ; b r a r y science t h a i a r e being laughl colleges and universities over 3 ] the counlry. methods of inslruclion 5 j and transfer nf credits. Other ! phases of library service will be ! I given careful a l l e n l i o n by Ihe, head '! l i b r a r i a n during Ihe week's acti- , vilies. i S m i t h will assist in organizing ! "The I n f o r m a t i o n Committee of Ihe Resurces and Technical Scr- ' vices Division of American Library Association", a new division recently created by the A m e r i c a n i : Library Association. He will also ? ; give a l l c n l i n n In recenl m a t e r i a l s 5 1 and developments in libarry ac- 5 ' quisilions. .1 i c t p · ike and (^arol czLorcn 17trj,,Street j»- Phone 5578 :0n Stage NEW YORK I.TI - Ray Milland, i a movie s t a r for years, is going to I makejiis- stage debul next fall in I Londofl in » production of "The Admirable Crichton." summer cooler for a smarter summer 10.98 Full and cool, here's a smart go- everywhere summer cotton you'll draw a d m i r i n g glances in. Square-necked and sleeveless, the sash adds a nice touch at the waist. Black and brown, or black and yellow print, sizes 7 to 15. V enjoy top summer fashions now with your FASHION BAR charge account shop our surprise' specials Friday night

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