Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 27, 1955 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 27, 1955
Page 15
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T«««d« y , D«c. 27, 1955 GREELEY TRIBUNE P«g» 15 p^,^ W^rA . -, Individuals 'oman 6 Jowphln. Mllltr, Editor 'Becker-Swanson Betrothal Told Beriard'Swanson of 1314 Cranfbrd ·nnoimces'the engagement of -his youngest-daughter; Vivian Elaine, to Herb Becker, saa 'of .the Rev. ·'and Mrs! H.^Becker'of Windsor. Hiss .Swanson received.her.'dia- mond Christmas, eve, .-.t a smorgas; bord it the home' ! of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lindslrom,.' and family, -1918 Seventh street. 'Christmas iliy, an announcement dinner was,held at the'beautifully decorated home of the Swans'ons, Favors -were' marshallow . r i n g boxes; with miniature .candy ring,s -11= c--- -iu i/ «tcv=iu" were set for Hcv. and Mrs. Becker. Irma, Herb and Gerty, his', twin Bister, Mr.' and 'Mrs. I.indstrom, Etdon and Cynthia, and the bride- elect and her father, Miss Swansoiv is a : graduate" of College'high, "where, she was active in "studc'nt"'affairs. :She was cheer leader her'senior, year. She .has been 1 Employed for the past two years as. bookkeeper at the Asa T. Jones company. Becker was graduated from Windsor Jligh school. He has been employed 1 at' the-Grccley National . bank for.-the past .two-years where he fe presently..serving .as drive' in -^window teller. * BolU Miss Swanson,,and ance . arc talente'd : musicians" and active in their churches f No definite .wedding plans have been made. Denver Rio Grande November Net Slightly Below Figure Year Ago DENVER !fl -- The Denver Rio Grade Western Railroad -. ported-/Tuesday its November net income' was $981,673,-a drop of $4,307.from'the figure for November last'year. Gross·revenues Increased $3$5, 107; to 56,785,439, and operating expenses'.were up 5141,709, to $4,132,324. Carloadings increased to r48, 414,- Ji.'gain of-3,394} The .railroad also had a bigger payroll last month, $2,715,785,- com- pa'red-to ^2,611,621 in-Novemberj 1954. f In hqnor-df the'SOth anniverEary of the;isit of ; John Philip Sou'sa and hi* American-band to-Vienna In 1$05 the -'Austrian mint has issued}* special. Sousa medal, Near Big Lake GRAfcD RAPIDS Mich -- No is more than'85 · jniles'from 'one of the Great Lakes I Six prescription ch*misli to terv* you lit VDur friendly Rexall drug tterai.^Cllbert-Blthop and WtWo- rado.Drufli.--Adv. wilu Vivlin Eliirv* Swinitm, bridt-tltct. , PSc)»' by' Carlitle trudlo. Mn. Fiye Trembirh'hat been dismissed'from' Ivinsoh" Memorial hospital'at Laramie,' \Vy.o./where she underwent major surger*-' Decl 2, i Article by Greeley Game Educator Draws National Attention, Good Comment Ah Francis L, Waugh, of 'Greeley, .regionat conservation educator for : the/Colorado Game and Fish department, entitled "Or ganized 'Confusion in,-, the Sporls- meii's.Clubs," which appeared'-in the May-June issue of .the 'department's- magazine,' "Coioradd -.Conservation," has attracted national attention. It appeafedl.-ih; the September- October-issue'of "Qutdoor America," official--publication of ; . the Izaak Walton League of America drew favorable' comment in'-the ^TiRsburi' Game-,and Fish 'department magazine and permission has been granted the "New Mexico Conservation committee to 'reprint and 'distribute 20,000 .copies of it in leaflet'form. The -article: is interestingly! and cleverly written in humorous" vein and has had the effect of thorough ly arousing'sportsmen throughout the nation, i During 1955 Thij ii'th'e'thnt'oi yer to look i»ck nostilgically on memorable vents of 1»55.'' Such is: Major judicial decision--A blonde was ruled a; liability.-.The-plaintifi sled aiblo'nde 'as.the caiise'of diverce: and .therefore among 'common' propert. yto' be' divided.-" But, aid. the" 1 Musgegpri,-'Mich.j 'judge^; 'such in-item is hot. an asset but -is rather-' "lremehdous lia- lity;' M«jor judicial Indecision -- X oser 'in; t bathing; beiuly contest at Whilmore Lake. Mich.'; claimed hat-1 2oi the'20 girlS'.wore-f aisles'. laid a judge: : "I didn't. . . I sup- wse.I should;..... they . \ . great ;ims"' In.Va -moment- he -added: This should be ^avoided next jear Then a fellow judge asked quietly: "How?' Gallic-fury -- A husband in Mulhouse,' France, wanted to 'sue ithe limsmilh' who had sold him a'gun hat hadn't worked when he.'tried to .shoot-his'wife. Police took,an unsympathetic'View, .charged .him with ·'attempted ; murder. Enthusiasm unlimited--- .Three Montgomery Ala t l convicts were discmgred printing $5 bills in the Oraper-'Prison''printirig shop. Do-iVydurselt': ~'fL~' Vancouver. B. C. "man bought the parts and installed a hew differential in his Businesses'Are Young .WASHINGTON in :~ .The Coni mer'ce : -"Dept. -reported' Tuesda; there were about 4,200,000 busines firms in operation at the end o 1954 i and their average age..wa seven years, It. said more than 60 .per cent had been acquired .by their owners since the end of Work War II. ^ALGIERS Hi'--'.The'" Christmas weekend death toll in Algeria was raised to at least 26 Tuesday will the report two children'were kille* by a nationalist hand grenade. I was tossed into a crowd Sunda: night in the ^village of Corneille Englisji ear.VTheri he.found he had tour speeds- in-reverse -and ·one forward. M e d i c s 1'origins--:Tonsilitis Jackson had tonsillitis'while being ·xamihed for Naval, re-enlistment at .San Diego. The coincidence brought on;, explanations: iTon- sillitis' '-mother .-was having , ton- sillitis'when he-was born so the name naturally- occurred to her. It'got to'be' i 'family..; tradition these quaint, - - wholesome ?: old names.. : Now ;: -Tonsillitis..has brother-named Meningitis, four sisters named Appendicitis, Laryn gitis, Peritonitis and Jak'eHis. A. m'an-cah't : win-''ehlry- -- J South.Bend, Tn'd.; f .woman won a divorce ' after testifying her. hus band was too silent; He spoke-,to her only once « year for eight years --to get. information for his inconii tax return'. Bul- 1 J a'Durnoht,.N./J woman'won a divorce because'hcr husband talked too much. Speclfi catty; .he said. she- looked like : a 'left-over mask for .Halloween US! THI TRIBUNI. WANT, ADS Girls Use Your Christmas Money to Buy A New Outfit _ "it Jones. Sweaters and Separates Are you looking for a'soft, soft office suit sweater .. . : or an attractive'slippn for casual wear? Either is » smart reason to choose "Sweet 'n Lovely'1-..jlantzen Kharafieece aiipon.'i . In colors dyed to match all your . . - , , Jantzen skirts, 32-40 ___ :-- .18.95 jChoof* from bur l*rg» M»l^«on of »w««tw· and Skirt* ' · ' · - . . ' · WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR DEPT. ',··;' ' ' SPORTING GOODS ^ "i .- / 922 »th Ave. Phono 614 Midwinter ( H ' Begins Wednesday Morning f ( ^ A Traditional Sale Event at this store . . Women wait for it . ' Drastic reductions on quality apparel at the height of the winter season . .,, Come Wednesday for best selections r t Sale .. ;' Daytlnrie Dresses, $19 $23 $26 $33 ' Regular Pric.s 29.95 To 49 95 , Rayon Crepes, tissue failles, taffetas, jacquards. and sheer wools .^ Dresses for street, afternoon, business and casual_^ w e a r . . . Sizes 10 to 42, also junior and half sizes · DRESSES Formerly Priced .29.95 · DRESSES Formerly Priced 34 95 · 'DRESSES. Formerly Priced 39 95 · i DRESSES 'Formerly ; Pfjced.-.44.9.5 · 'DRESSES ' Formerly. Priced 49:95, NOW NOW NOW ' NOW \ NOW 19 26 ·SM i' /'i r '«ir,/ ·k Kr * i i j t ' 7 i l i $ 33 No Lay a ways r ' or Approvals December 27th to 31st charge! will not be orustatements until February 1st 1 ) * Casual Dresses i 30 casuahdresses smartly tailored of rayon and cotton in one and two piece styles, made by Nelly Don and other well known manufacturers $?.95 to $16.65" Regular Pric.i 14.95 to 25 00 ALL. WINTER;, r LOW SALE'PRICES Famous name coats .1. , \Vonderfu\\alues at t V~ . "^ * v* ''^ a J\* v i - ^ our^low sale prices , . f Fur trimmed and :urt- fnmmed coats , . . 100 per, cent fine woolens. Black, brown and colors . ,, Full range of sizes, /· ' l . ? UNTRIMMED COATS Winter Hats $7 Qi? · 6.95 to 8.95 .... NOW ' · ·12.95 .·'.''··:' " . - '. , · 16.95. .to. 1.9.95,. NOW . - '*·. .24,95 :. * · COATS ·Formerly 49I75. ·..GOATS Formerly 59.95 · COATS Formerly 69,95.- · COATS _ Formerly 79 95 · COATS , Formerly 98 00 NOW 33 NOW 39 NOW ,47 NOW JJ NOW ? 64 FUR TRIMMED'COATS · COATS Formej-ly priced 11500 NOW · COATS $OQ Formerly piced 13300 NOW O? TAILORED WQOi; ,. A ; Group of. Wcxjl Suits At;Clearance P/.ices;/ ,\_ : H ; · ; - 49.95 SUITS . ..... .,:,,..:...:;...::; NOW; . . . . , · ·69.95 SUITS .:.:..:.:..;.....,:. · · ^ , : ^ ' . - " - - - [ ^'·^'··· : '-: :r - '-'»·· 79.95'SUITS .:.....:;:.....:f.±-':: NOW I Costume Ensernbl^Ss Consisting of wool coot and dress', :!;'sujtohd blouse. : Perfect ensembles,'ton be-worn togelKer or-separotely. ; ' · ' , - - - · ; - · - - =;·- -:· ·;··:.·· ^;" v . : ?:v-'·'.y;.j%'/,.'.·· f/ ··'

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