Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 13, 1961 · Page 2
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t'«g« 2 GREELEY TRIHUNE Mon., Nov. 13, 1961 Grover . . . By MRS, CHRIS KOEHW GROVER;- B«ke MKl food sale and baiaar will be spon tared by the Zion Luther»n.Ladle* Aid it Lions hall Wednesday, NOT. is: Doors will open at 10 a.m. Executive board of PTA held Its regular meeting In the high schoo library Monday afternoon with Mrs. Wayne Gwdman'preaidiog Items, covered Included plans (or the next regular meeting.ol'Nov 15. Guest speaker will hr Dr! D»r- rell Anderson, a noted psycholo- glsl. He wljl speak on r "Emotlon ill Problems of Children." Follow ing the program, parents wil have the opportunity to visit with teachers in their home rooms, aw some of their children'! school work. This Is in observance of National Education Week. Mrs. Edna Anderson and Mrs Mae Gorman left last week to visit Ihelr father who -is n t - a Broken Bow, Nth. hospital, fol lowing major surgery. Tliey join ed other relatives at Sidney, Neb lo moke lite trip. Beverly Gormai went as far as Sidney where shi spent the weekend with her sis tcr, Mrs. Ron Paris. Weekend visitors at the Clif aiid Lil Goodwinc Ironies wer Marvin Goodwine, Mr. and Mrs Dennis Goodwine and Mr. am Mrs. Cliff Goodwine Jr., of Chey ;nnc, Wyo. Mrs, Orlo Douglass attended llv 'Jntional Postmasters conventior PHONE EL 3-0204 30-40-50 GAL. GAS WATER HEATERS NO MONEY DOWN epondabl* . supply of hot water for a l l your h o u s e h o l d rteeds.Glau-I'mtid tank, automatic controls. MOTEL MANAGEMENT NEEDED H you nre toolclns (or security, Investigate your |KBslb!ll- Uea in ths fabulous motel industry. Don't . let. age or previous education hold you back. K you can qualify, you will be trained In a luxury motel. FREE PLACEMENT .SERVICE C a l l or Write for F R E E Qualification* · ' " Whilcomb Schools E«t.-1933 . . .Banker! Union Life Bids. 2nd Avc. and Joiephlne Suite 315,' Denver, Colo, DU Denver »ccompanted by Mrs. Jeulali Mays,. Brlggsr'ale Post- 1 ilstress. They report a very en- iyible and educational trip, hkh Included a sight-swing tour Whiter Park, banquets and en- Ulunent-by -natioailly knows perjonalilles, as well a: buslnest sessions. Mrs. Glenn Cowley, ·· flu*, was In charge of the Post Xflce here during Mrs. Douglass* bteoce. Mr. and Mrs.- Kelly Werner are arents of-a son, born Nov. 2 at Greeley hospital. He has. been named Craig Austin. The Wern- rs'have a four year old diiugh- er. Melody Ann and a two'year })d son, Russell. Many fans of the Grover foot, ball team attended-lhe game al Vekkma where Groyer defeated heir hosls 39 lo 0 in tin first ame of the finals. The. Grovcr earn, under the coaching of slu ent IfKher, Sparkle Hauer, have ad a very.good season. Two oi M players, Lynn Koenig and Mike Goodwin* have (been .named as ll-conference [layers of the Up- jer Plalle Lcajuo. Recent gucsl' of Mr. and .Mrs. rl Buimell-was Iwr sister, Mrs, Sadie .Johnson of Hebron, Neb Mrs, Johnson was on, her way to isil a daughter in Page, Ariz. Sunday. During her visit, her son Xiane Johnson and friend, Betty Davis of Cheyenne,,Wyo., were .upper guests.of i|ie Bunnells. Mrs. Fred V.'criier is nursing a adly braised arm as'the result of a fall at a fool ball game a cou pie weeks ago. A requisition for stale designa ion for the stretch of road from Briggsdale to Hereford has been made by the county commission ers in their proposed budget. This s approximately 25 miles con netting the hard surfaced road a Hereford and a four mile strip north of Eriggsdale. In addition ;o forming lire final connecting link between the various' missile ases, it would mean a good har surfaced highway between U. S 30 and Denver. · Rev. Gertrude Horn has been a Greeley most of (he week will Mrs. Verna Smith who is a pa lent at the Weld County Geriera Hospital. Mrs. Smith suffered a complete collapse Monday whili Frigidaire Products Sales and Service . Since 1928 Weld County Garage 810 10th St. Ph. EL 2-1313 re at the parsonage for a few ys rest. She been taking cnre of r father at Briggsdale for sev* al months. The Brazilian .tree frog cuplikc crater o( mud in shaflo* tcr and lays Hs cggi In a pool thin this dikt; thus protecting eggs from fish. SVMMOSS i.\ ACTION KOK UIVUHOK ^ Ihr OtiitrLrl 4'H M rt l» mmt far Tfcr 'Count? *f WtH ··"! Htmti *f C»l*nM»« Civil Action No. 1497! M A R I A NKSTOUA lilntlff, VB. A l A N ' U K l ··(en dan 1. . · IB PKOPbK OK THE STATL, " COLORADO Ihc nbovn named d e f e n d a n t You nr« hereby summoned am i]uircl to f l i c with the clerk RtiB\vcr to tbe complain t h f n 20 days after n«rvic« of IB aummonK upou you. "' Jf service upon you Is made tslde the State, of Colorado, or publication, or If a copy ot e complaint be not served up- you with thin summon^, yo\ i r e q u i r e d to tile R H - answer the complaint w i t h i n 3p days ter service of this summons on yoUi. . . t · Upon f n l l u r e to app«nr and de- ne], n f t e r the expiration of ' l ys from the dnlo of -service o In summons u p o n -you, trfa ay be hud and j u d g m e n t nni ree mn.y be entered the same t h o u K h you wcra -present. Thin is , an action brought to tain % decree of divorce on the atutory grounds of cruelty, der t J o n and non-auprtort, and ch other and further relief an ay scern to U\o Court just and u l U b l o Crom t h e complaint and V evlilence adduced upon the ]nl. ' . a led October 21. 19G1. Robert W. Rhode* Clerk of Said Court i By Fern A. Gossclln, Deputy Clerk OP TII13 COURT) corge Fischer ttorney for P l a i n t i f f 8. MrUn St., UrJghton Colo. hone Brighton 65U-CH2] ila BUTnmonB p u r s u a n t to Chap r 46, Colorado Revised Statutes J63. as Amended, and R u l e 4 ( C ) olorado Rules of Civil Proca- ire. \e fJrecley Dally Tribune. ct. 30, Nov. 6, 13, 2, 27, 1361. RANGES! Youl! get more for your money, more dependability, too .. .with That Frigidaire Touch"! m MmuE mm OF KKKMBU;JUWUKEI; fcm mni NOW! Once in a lifetime savings on ·.FURNITURE at the Colorado Furniture . . C o . 623 Sth Avenue' Selling SUrtt -Wedneiday at S:00 Sharp. Be there w h e n the doorf open. All 1961 Models Must Be Sold Immediately! | An 18-Volume Set of Illustrated Encyclopedia of Knowledge -- Golden Arista Edition, · will be Riven away during this sate. Jus^t register -- no purchase required ·-- winner will be notified Nov. 20. 21 REFRIGERATORS Complete selection of all. models.'In frost-'proof, automatic and semi-automatic defrost. Some models available, in colors at no extra cost!! Included are combination Refrigerator-Freezer 2.-door models as well as single door models. · Tri City ELECTRiC D«lbert W. Ringsted COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL Heavy Power 4 Light Wlrln.0 I · Cu»tom Built Control Panels · ' Motor Control* " e p a i r Service · Inttruments . LIBERAL TRADE IN ALLOWANCES-EASY TERMS 11 RANGES t dp you mean -.egg beater? I spent 110.00 for this hairdo!", Inclcifjed are; t?ptH.3p-ihch and 40-inch models; Spfrje have .Pull. 'N Clean pVens, several in Sf6ck\ in color at. no extra cost in both si zes. M.ost have automatic "Cook Masters" that- cook oven 'dinners'. while you ore away! All.. have Frigidaire . V . ' ' . . ' · · " · . - . ' - ' · ' \ infinite heat; surface units, porcelain enamel 'drip bowls and rings that lift out for sink washing.- '' SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION - MANY ARE ONE OF A KIND She"may be cosuol looking -- but she has an orderly business-like mind. She uses our checking, savings, and safe deposit services regularly -- ond other services as she needs them. M«mb«r FDIC 8 FREEZERS In both chest and upright models. Sizes include '11, 15, and 21-cubic foot uprights, 12 and 16 cubic foot upright frost-proof models and 14 cubic foot chest models with Frigidaire's famous meter-miser compressor, magnetic door seals and extra thick, high efficiency insulation. Double guarantee protects against food spoilage loss. TWO ONLY 1961 MODEL DRYERS LEFT - PRICED LOW! WELD Counry Bonn SEE WHAFS NEW FN 1N2! WELD COUNTY GARAGE APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT 810 10th St. EL 2-1313 Gr*«l«y, Colorado OUR SERVICE IS THE BIG DIFFERENCE!

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