Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 26, 1970 · Page 22
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 22

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, May 26, 1970
Page 22
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..». u . '. ,,«.,. j,.. ww . uv ..v U ,,,.. ., ~w r ., Mv *..*, ...«., -- ,..~*.*... D , ~ -- O I A I I S Denier DID toiQ AVC ana Jeanjsenlecl to Marjorie Ramseier byje x c e r p t s from Winifrcd| r o l l o w i n g th ' e busines! .. me ' e(ing lillerjlhe newly-installed president. Walker's book "All the Planlslp] an ( cc | r| owers j n t) le design and Mrs. Faye Candalaria. Eachj In the absence of the presi- of the Bible" and using poetry] j,| amc( | |, v N ca i Carpenter i ,!,,,, n_ /-., ,,!!,.,, n. T,* i ..i.j... ,- .n....i...... ' FAREWELL RECEPTION -- Miss Helen McCandless, right, retiring after 45 years of teaching, was honored at a tribute and farewell reception May 15 at Jefferson School. She is shown with a former principal, Mrs. Ann Spomer, who showed a slide program of Miss McCandless which illustrated her life from childhood to present day. Miss McCandless is holding a floral spray of 45 red roses, each ross representing one year of leaching. The roses were presented by Lo- re'tta Martinez, one of the members who participated in a "This Is Your Life" program conducted by Jerry Christian, Jefferson Elementary School principal. (Tribune photo by Jim Briggs) Miss Helen McCandless Honored At Farewell Reception Here A tribule and farewell and a diamond ring as reception for Miss Helen Mc- momenlo of the years she _ - --- ----- ---- . . . V . . I V . I I L I I ui tut J l - d l o one Landless, who is retiring after: taught at Jefferson by the ' teaching school w a s given Elementary School May 15, with 250 persons in attendance. Miss McCandless, a long-time resident of Greeley, has taught school in Weld County for 45 years, with the exception of one year in Loveland. She has conducted classes at Ashton. Keenesburg. Hudson, Wind and Greeley. The highlight of Ihe evening was a "This Is Your Life" 45 years,! school's Parent-Teacher Group Jefferson! patrons and friends. Alpha Bella Kappa Pledges Five Members in Ceremony Epsilon Chapter of Alpha! Rhodes, telephone; Helen King, Delta Kappa pledged five new members in a ceremony conducted by Mrs. Louise Winder by-laws and legislation, and Betty Lou Leafgren, budget and auditing. Program Given By Mrs. Moinat Mrs. · A r t h u r Moinal,! moderator Chapter of for Colorado Chi Phi Sigma Alpha Tues.. May 2fi, 1970 GREEr,Er TRIBUNE Pajre 23 Morning Garden CJuL Puts Plants Future Creative Arts Center Morning Garden Club met at for Mrs. Virginia Brown, Mrs. A past president's pin was pre- Virginia Bond, Mrs. Krause, Mrs. Winifred Sororily, presented the program i t h e fulur | nome of the Crealive at the May 21 meeting using. A| ., s Cemer? 615 23 , d A v c __ and of the newly pledged members!dent, Dr. Cynthia Frease, Miss was presented a corsage. Klemine presided. Correspon- and slides to illustrate various!., plants and flowers. along 23rd Avenue, where there Another highlight of the eve- dence was read from Dr. ning meeting was the installa-'Frease, who has been on alhome of Mrs. Phillip The meeting was held at thc|'j'|| C be a «idc path for strolling p] ari ii ng was done Under dil . pc , ion of Mrs Ralph lion of Elizabeth Klemme as!leave of absence since Decem-jwith Mrs. Ruby Kcichcrl as aJDoney, Sears chairman, and ' ! jMrs. L. P. extension'chairman. president; Lorraine Weber, vice'ber. She and her husband will ! guest. president; June Sargent, re- return to Greeley upon com-l Mrs. E-J Boreson. cording secretary; Clara Cree.jpletion of their lour of duty in-officer, corresponding secretary; Owen!Finland, early in June. |drive. Boyer," treasurer; Jo Hall, chap-! Miss Klemme reported on ac-.rushing party in September! ready Iain, Leah Hay, sergeant-at- tivities at the stale convention!were considered. A committee:water arms; and Ruth Van Tine, his-j which look place in Pueblo re-was appointed to plan the mid-! sn rn for torian. The new officers wereicenlly. Other members in at-|summer annual picnic lo whichipianting Luphcr, centennial installed by Mrs. Betty Leaf-j tendance were Mrs. Ramseier, .husbands will gren, past president, with Mrs.! Mrs. Gregg, Miss King and|gu e sts at the , discussed a membership; "The chairmen announced that and plans for a special 'Centennial Park area was not for planting but that taps would be installed evening work. This will be an insignia Mrs. Don Buel expressed gratitude and appreciation to all members who contributed to the successful plant sale, and also read an invitation to the Northern District Brunch and Pilgrimage on June 3. Brunch will be served in the LaFonda Pavillion at Elitch Gardens, 38th Avenue at Tennyson, Denver, at 10 a.m. and the tour will begin at noon in the gardens at Elilch's The tour is open to the public. Interested persons should call Mrs. Nicodemus, 352-0053. Delegates were elected to the Northern District meeting at Northglenn on June 5. They are Cree and assisting. "Mrs. Edith Gregg Gwenn Boyer. i Mrs. Georgina Gerringer, Those who will serve as chair- sUllc president, accepted the in- Centura II of AHWA Has Guest Speaker C e n t u r y If Chapter of: American Business Women's, Association had Dallas Martin! of Aims Junior College as the guest, speaker man for standing committees slale conven(ion in April o[ 1971 for the new year are Lorraine P | ans {or a gara g e sa ] c were Weber, program; Virgina Bond,!made, and refreshments served publicity; Emma Lubbers, 1 by the hostess, Gladys Rhodes, Man-made fibers pledge;' Esther Walters, ways| with Miss Ha Jeary assisting. tj, llea as mucn and means; Louise Winder, mu- 1 The next meeting will be in- p r 0 molion. sic; Winifred Miller, courtesy; the fall at the mountain cabin! Mrs. Gregg, altruistic; Gladys home of Miss Lorraine Weber. Sehatz in July. be invited as^garden in red petunias and;Mrs. Charles Fagerberg, Mrs. home of Mrs.! yellow marigolds. All land- Edwin Wagner and Mrs. Clark i scaping will be completed when No regular meetings have; (he sprinkling system is in- Page. The next, meeting of the club been scheduled for June or stalled. Members of the clubiwill be June 24, when members August. The date for the picnic invite all citizens to will be announced by the coin- special effort to mittee. spend cotton make a ^ w i l l assemble at 9:15 a.m. at c these-515 23rd Avc.. for brunch and 'garden areas. igarden tending. i Hostesses for the May ; 15 meeling were Mrs. Albert; The U.S. is the world's larg- on Miller and Mrs. Lavement producer and largest con! Packard. jsumer of cnllon. Carlson Installed meeting »1 the at a dinner Winlerset Inn Lorna Lawson and Dorsey, former pupils of the honored teacher, presented her with an orchid corsage, and Mrs. Spomer showed slides made from pictures of Miss McCandless, depicting her from on ' childhood to present day sn r' . ., . Kristy Carlson, daughter of Ackman installing recorder and Monday evening, Mav 18.'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Carlson/Mrs. John Corkran, musician. ,, . .Martin spoke on the subject of 2502 Kith Ave., was installed as: " shc TM . f ° r . t h £ "' stallat '° n Georgia scholarships. | worlnv advisor of - - « « e Jeff and i Among the guests were three (principals with whom Miss McCandless has worked. They were Mrs. Spomer, Miss Inez program, with Jerry Christian, " e r e , '" apomer MKS nez Jefferson principal, as mflster;" eardsle - v . a " d , Dr ; Le ,T np ' ett of ceremonies. Also appearing! , j . wo , su l )en ' ltende " ts , wllh "*°TM in the program were Or John : l l e hono ^ ed S uest Bothell Rudv M i h R,,rtvi ( -' c ° r B c Iozc r TM worked, Mrs. D o r o t he Buck of; LaVeta's Styling Salon was Ihej r \ ' Oreeley |brolhers of the new worthy ua v cia a ULVniit; vjmuu ias mci . , , ., ;,.. .. speaker of the month from the j Rainbow for Girls, at Ine.Ruln club. distributed programs. i Masonic Temple Sunday, May:'Susan Green presided at thei The next meeting will be a! 17. .guest book and DeMolay escorts j covered dish supper at the Bluej Line officers installed during!TM 1 * Ed G r a n t - Sleve Wlllson Flame Room on June 15, with j the ceremony included Trudy j Randy Salzman, election of officers scheduled Grimes, worthy associate ^^^ 0 ^^^ c during the business meeting. Bolhell, Rudv Marich, Rudy!,, . Pisano, Marian Weaver Kinc.l° r i m c s ' were alao l ]resent - King. Mrs. Ann Spomer, Lorelta Martinez and Gerald Demurest. Coming the longest distance lo take part in the tribute was Loretla Martinez presented ! a former Hudson pupil, Harry Miss McCandless with a floral'Denning, who flew to Greeley spray of 45 red roses, each rose! from Miami, Fla., for the representing each year ol evening. A seventh grade teaching. She also was given a pearl Even wi h a hearin you may be mi ing certain ounds. Norelco "Behind the Ear" Hearing Aid has 27 fitting adjustments to help correct "nerve-ending deafness" far better than most other hearing aids. If some things people say sound slurred or muffled, you may need a hearing aid to correct a kind of hearing loss called "nerve-ending deafness." The new Norelco "Behind the Ear" Hearing Aid is an extremely effective way to help correct this defect because it has 27 acoustical adjustments to fit your individual problem with tremendous accuracy--as opposed to only 1 or 2 adjustments on most other hearing aids. For information on "nerve-ending deafness"andthe Norelco Hearing Aid that can help correct it, plus* frtf hearing test, come in or call: Better Hearing Aid Center 1008 9th Ave. -- Zick Bldg. Across from Joslins teacher, Mrs. Bertha Baab Allison, was also present. Many former students, who now live out-of-state and were unable to attend the festivities, sent cards and letters lo Miss | McCandless. I Assisting Mrs. Richard Simon, i committee chairman, were the I M i n e s . Lnvcrn Lawheari. Ramon Salazar, Lawrence Hall, Jerry Pisano, Reinhold Rosin, Kenneth Blue, Jerry Chrislian, Lar r y Schoonover, Linda Brown. Doug Burron, Cecil Howard, Rick Krnnick, Chuck ^ifc, Al Hinze and the Misses j Donna Newton and Aleta Edgar. I Table appointments were I carried out in a lavender and Ipink motif. Ihe favorite colors ·of the honored guesl. visor: Kalhy Kdgerton. Charily; Jcannetle Bowles, Hope; Kristy Cancllc . jTM 1 ' Believe, ac- Grimes, Faith. Other officers, compamed by Ed Harrington, i n c l u d e d Ann Ferguson,j The theme for the worthy r e c o r d e r ; Carol Ackman, i advisor's installation address [treasurer; Dcbby Doher, Chap-;was "One Little Candle.'' lain and Debbie Dalton, dri!l : A reception was held in the leader. [lower temple in honor of Ihe Francine While, Love; Nancy:new worthy advisor and her J o h n s o n , Religion; Roxi.officcrs. Mrs. George Dean, Beegles, Nature; Nancy Green, Mrs. Chuck Green, Mrs. Eldon Immortality; Debbie flechtold.lGrimcs and Mrs. Garry Ewing F i d e l i t y : Karen SI oil.! served the punch, patriotism, and Nancy Weber,! P ,. jor ,,, (hc j ns t a ii a (j 0 n. Miss, Scrvlce - , , . ! Carlson entertained the officers Pam Shirley will serve as ;at a .. Co]nc As y , JU Are " of . confidential observer, Wendy. ficers Breakfast at her home. Ashworth as outer observer, where she announced the of- \Park Washington PTO Installs IVcw Officers j Park Washington Parent- I Teacher Organization concluded 'ils current year with installation --Phnln Art J'hoto Margaret Doher Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Steven Doher, 2C13 IGlh Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Margaret (Peg) Doher, lo Richard Allan Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Vincent Johnson of Littleton. Miss Doher. a 1965 graduate of Greeley Central High School, Carol Ehrlich, musician; Loni Lanari, choir director; Robin R a d a s c h , electrician, a n d Nancy Kolsloe, rose ceremony. Add Length Mrs. Dorothy Lowry is Ihe Draperies too short? Give mother advisor and Bill Rickard [hem a lengthier look with a is the Rainbow Dad. ! ro \v of wide, wide fringe (the Inviting officer of the in-type you see on bedspreads). slallation was Mrs. Barbara Hohnbaum, assisted by Mrs. i ficers for the new term. Return of the Surrey Feeling nolalgic for the stir- l o n a McGlolhlen. inviting marshal; Sharon Haley, installing officer; Debbie Dean, in; rey with Ihe fringe on lop? Now stalling chaplain; Becky Knvin.jyou can buy a golf-cart with installing marshal; R'OB Ann'fringe on Ihe umbrella. Don't get bugged with a moth-eaten problem Sanitone CatifiafMasttrTiiycieaiKr Let us Sanitone-clean your clothes and protect thi garments with our FREE mothproofing. This sarvloe Is guaranteed. Fren mothprooling to part of our professional servlc* as your Sanitone Certified Mastur Drycleaner. Clothei come back clean and tresh with our Sanitone care. Colon are brighter, fabrics l«el softer, garments last longer. Trust the car* ot your clothes to us...your clotriM care authority. Let us store your winter woolens in our cool storage vault. fa*t 28(10 W. mill St. (Wilshire) 352-3210- 12M 9lh Avc. (Downtown) lof officers following the annuallwill be gradual eel on June 5 Ispring music concert presented! from the Presbyterian Medical | by the students of the fourth, j Center School of Nursing. Her ' f i f t h and sixth grades on May'fiance, a 19G5 graduate of 21. 'Littleton High School, was Mrs. Felice Swain anrl her!graduated from Colorado Slate .student teacher, Mrs. Sheryl. University in 1909 and is cur- Prall. were in charge of the : rently serving with the U.S. musical presentation. Army, stationed at Ft. Lewis, New officers for Ihe PTO for Washinsion. 1970-1971. are Mrs. C. B. No definilc wedding plans M a r t i n e z , president: Mrs.-have been announced. i Robert Mirsch. vice president;! liVIrs. Bill Meyer, secretary;! Time-Saver ;.Mrs. Kligio Ruybal, treasurer,j There's a new double-sided 'and Mrs. Don Mattie, historian.jadhesive tape lo save you time 'and gluey fingers when applying fringe lo window shades. Apply tape, peel off backing, then apply fringe or braided trimming. j SALISBURY - Rhodesia has cut the black schools budget. ^^(^^.^^^^Cr^^(^^(^^.(^^.(^V=(rl=-.(s^^( J f S) Best Loser! A girl's best friend $12.00 Sizes 8-20 Give Your Wardrobe a Fresh New Start Washable Crepe Blouse -- Blue, Pink, Yellow, Bone White THE JONES co. Ladies Sportswear Corner 8th Ave. 10th St. Pictured horo is Virginia] Schmidt. She lost 12^ inches| and 12 pounds last month ns well as two dross PJKPS. T h n l ' s cot too bad for one month's work. Virginia is a member of the Slim and Swim Club. Sim is shown working on ciu of the les .machines Hint the Club has. It' J V i r g i n i a r a n d o i f , w h y r;m'l ' y o u ? i*f.t us h e l p \ w liecoim' ;i ^ I m o r p a t t r n c t i v o pomm. C a l l 3\*"~ i - f i l f l S . - A f l v . BiG PAYS-WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY (0 50% on Ladies' Spring aitd Summer Shoes Selby · Gayla · Red Cross · Sbicca Socialites · Ed White Cobbies · Buskens INCLUDES: BLACK PATENT NAVY RED BONE COMBINATIONS ONE GROUP LADIES' ITALIAN SANDALS 4.88»S.88 Values to 12.00 16.88 Does Not Include Our Entire Stock of Shoes 819 8th Street Open Friday Night, May 29 'Use Our Handy Back Door And Parking In Rear"

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