Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 13, 1961 · Page 3
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 3

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 13, 1961
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Akk- Pharmacy.--A4v. WE REPAIR ALL MAKES AUTOMATIC Traittmssioii Co, '·'. 821 2nd Street EL 2-4358 Gilcrcst School News Several patrons of.Dislrlct P enjoyed a benefit .program : re Gilcrest gymnasium for Bo nle Berig.and Anila' Birkle, wh were injured in an aulomobi accident earlier .this year. Mr Extra Sales Help on Hand at the Colorado ' Furniture Co. SELLING STARTS WED. At 9:00 Sharp. First Come'Basis N o t h i n g reierved--Dealer* Invited. Doori C l o i e d Tuesd»y t o . mirk down prices, : Hiilh Harding was chairman o 1 ihe benefit. ·'·..·:' ' · Emcee Norman Cogburn inlro duced.Mrs..Mae Schell'ofSc Studios at Gretley,' who prcsentet several ot her 1 ' students' in' tip ballet and jazz numbers. She als introduced the Elks Choir -wh favored the group with'. sever a selections. CXher, numbers on.-ih* pVpgrarn .·bicluded; accord ion wlo by : Gary.W61frum p ;.A-ocal selection, by the cKo'fal direi-tbr at lh PlaUeville'branch of Valley Higl School and Sharon and.Gary Roll Frim LaSalle who played two nuin bers o n ' I h e organ and drum: poor prises were awarded dur ing the intermission. They incliic ed an electric percolator donate! by Repp's ot Greeley, a spice se donated by Mrs. Lillian Heusener a $5.00 gift certificate f o r . p e r sonalized stationery from Mrs Schell, a balh set donated by Mr FIRE SALE! Men's Western Shirls 3.95 Reg.- 6.9i- Women's Children's Western Shirts ' I Ott ·99 Men's Work Shirts Reg. 2.98 ._....:,.! liSS Men's Heavy Coats Smoke Damaged SAVE 75% Men's and Boys' Caps SAVE 75% Men's Stretch Sox R«g. 49c .y. 3 pr. Men's Dress Sox Reg. Me Men's Bib Overalls , Reg. 3.98 __.'. ZiKB Men's 2-Buckle Overshoes Slip-on Ruhbers SAVE 33'/ 3 % . Women's and'Girls' Sweaters SAVE 33'/3% 806 8th St., Greeley Old Safeway " Siore ALLEN'S 923 10th St. ' and. Mrs. Ruben · Ha rdihg and ' i ufkey. Proceeds'from Ihe jwp and catidy· sales also'.went. lojh« girls. 'Eighth grade: Johnny Hernan dez, Eter.-.yilzman, Rodtilck.Ul- Jch, r i«ssie: Chacon, Lupc.'Jara- . (irs* report -;'cardjs ''ot' 'the" school ;ea'r .Vj'ednesday. .Those. : ,6n the mnnl. ml] ' u.hy\ Millet* fioua' sn k retfniv^ Ihelr rnlllo and JaNcan Krit'gcr.' ' ' ' " - - - - - - - - ' '--'- · - - · - - · - »nor roll,' must' have' an A af. A-'. average. are: ' . . - · . · . - , : 'Seventh '.grade:'. Kiiri :'Bcrcliersi ,,Fourth vgr.«le: -Kaflejfe' .'Campbell.-Nancy Rains,- Harold. Kappt- us and iJerry' Griego; ··'* , ' : B«kj\ Price; ' · ' ; Tlwse.on ite Credit Roll, which includes students with a B phis or 3 average are: : ' · ' · " , / Ninlh grade: ZoAim Michel, Kay ,!Seventh grade.: Charles Arens, )urlort Dudley, Jhan Dudley, Gary lolderness, . Gilbert Jnromillo Jerry Johnson, David Lengel, iicky Lohr, Gerald Reed, Dennis Strieker, .Janis Meier,:'Marya pi er, Cindy. Sl.encel, Jean Waller] and Sarah' Heed. Sixth''grace: 'Jofm; Baabj'; Jirnjj Carroll, Reuben Chacon, Debb'r'ali Dill, Larry Holderness, David, Barbara : Lewis,* Steve Ludwig, Barbara Mayer, JoAnn Meisinger McClay, Joyce · Hergert, ''Mike Junior Padilta,:. Vernon .Schmicr Warding ;ard .Susan .Beauprez. 1 Eighth grade: Renee 'Huwa Rodnick Ulrich, and Gary Rolli. . Seventh grade: Roberta Bohlender, Kathl Cogburn, Marva Oster, Jhan Dudley, Johnny man and Steven Schacffer. Red wrah Dill, Sharon Erbes, Steve Koffncr, Larry Holderness. Bar bara Lewis, Steve Ludwig, Bar bara Mayer and JoAun Meisinger. Fifth grade: David Ludwig, Marilynn:Martin, Marina Lengel, Ginell Meier,. LyncEle Schaeffer and Carol Scheller. Fourth-grade: Steven · Cogburn Michael Hiller, Glenn Huwa, Alan Marlirisoh, Michael Meisinger, Alice Richards,,.Dwayne Scheere Kay Salser, Sheryl Holderness bcrsori. Third grade: Lynn Borch«rs S«rvic« ATLANTA. (AP)-A bandit with n dirty windshield held up n service station · and jot away with moi.e than $15. MM.', Nov. 13, 1961 GREELEY-TH1BUNE P«t« 3 The robber asked.the time, or- jercd gasoline and tfien v . toid Ihe ntlendanl to hand 6vcr Ili'c sla- jhapgc. But h« wasn't Ihrough y«t : ' He lold'-lhe!'aft«ndaDi 1 t* tlio.,windshi«ld~b[ the csr. lion's money, $15 in'bills phis some lhat.was done, he drove aw«'y. and Terry Stencel. Fifth , grade: Lonriy; Cogburn, obby^ Co'nleyi Ronald Kauffman. _«ster Lane, David Ludwig, Lesi ie McKay, Mike Zamarripa, Di anna Frank, Marilynn Martin, Re becca Moyano, Christine Snodgrade: John Baah, De- grass, Kenneth .Frifzler, Darlenc - - HP SURPLUS STORE NEXT DOOR TO WOOLWORTH Gooding,'James Lane; GinelliMci' er, Jimmy Mitchell, She'ry} Money penny, Wanda Reed and 'Carol Schelltr. 1 ,, ' ' · ' ' - . ' Fourth grade: Glenn.Huwa, Sle-. yen Cogburn, Horlcncia Zamarripa, Irene Walker,-Brett .Ullrich, Russell Mosier, Debbie ,Kissicr, George Kauffman, Helen Chacon, Keilh Belcher, Juliana Guzman, Judy He)nbry, Sheryl. Holderness; Chris Atkerson, Michael Solo, Billy Wagner, Jake ; Padilla, Steve Smiley Guilerrez and Kicky. Eb- Milchell, John Mclaughlin, Joel Randy Kern, Beth Harding, Lorna Lorenz, Susie Meier, Debbie Web ber, Ann Smils, Cynlhla Dill Daryl · Huwa,. Norman Anderson, Teny : Lewis,'Karolyn Martin and Douglas Osier. ; Students who had perfect at tendance' for the'first nine weeks are: ' ; , · . . - · Ninth grade:.! Bonnie Adams, Mary Ahlunesj Joyce Hergert, Mike. Howesl Ricky Schafer and John Schmidt; HOLIDAY SALE Fine Irish Linens Our DIRECT Imports these unheard of Low Prices Mak« Possible Store Hours.' 0.11/9:30-5:30 M o n d a y 9:30^:30 Friday. «; 30-3:30 for tn« Thanksgiving Christmas holiday season Courtesy; Parking 913 ilth St. Laho and Harold Kappius. Tliird grade: Ran'dy Kern.vLynn Krieger, Andy Reed, Barbara Arens, Bertha Conley, Bclh Harding, Sharon Lane, Susie Meier, Becky Price, Debbie Webber, Daryl Huwa, Johnny Korgan, Terry Lewis, James, McLaughlln, Ricky Cer- vanlez, Hilda Agripino, Uanne Bleeker and Patsy Marline?. Second grade: Albert Guzman, Jerry Lopej, Candy Moneypenny, Tony Moyano, Beth Rains/Mike Roth, Margrita Zamarripa,, Richard Arens, David . Burbridge, James From, Oscar Moyano, Diana Cogourn, Kathy Frank, Otllia Moyano and Kalhleen Scheller; First giade: Reuben Cervantes, Sammy Cervantes, Timothy Dyer, Donald Gooding, Richard Huwa. Robert Kern.^Vicky .Cogburn, Terri Keller, Robert Cervantes ami Russell Keller. " ' JUVENILE WOOL PARKAS 7.98 Age 2 to 7 years ·k Zipper Front *.. Slash Pockets * Knit WRISTERS * Shirred Back MEN'S .LONG TAIL Flannel SHIRT Neck Size 14 to 18 *« L ««· * Marie in U.S.A. * Heavy Suede Flannel . , Shadow Plaids Made for Men,' Not Dwarfs . * V MEN'S Khaki Pants Size 31-33-34-36 ·«· ·^Cuffed Pleated * Mostly Short Length * Sanforized · BOYS' Wash Pants .\OTICF! TO CREDITORS I» 1W C«iin1r Court IK nmtl for The CoHHtr «it W«H mHil . . STATH OrV_COI.ORADO No.'882S ESTATE OF FRIEDA R U P - I I PLK Deceived. · · .All persons hivinff clai ngalnst the above named e s L a , , ar« required to (Ha theni lor al- I lownnce in the Counly Court of I Welrt County. Colorado, on before the -2Jra das' of April. I 19S2, or said 'claima ahall be' f o r - ' ever barred. Earl Glic · · · Executor!! FToutchen* Houtchens '·· Attorneys At Law Kinney Building Greeley, Colorado - · } . The Greeley Dally T r i b u n e . Oct. 23, 30, 'Nov. f, 13, 1SS1. Color -- Black Only Age 10 12 yrs. 100 each $ 1 BOYS' . /'··- ' KNIT WHITE T-SHIRTS 3 for ATTENTION- Duck Hunters · ' G K N U I N E .G. I. : Frieze - Lined PANTS + New Condition ·k Zipper Legs * Terrific for Ice Fishing NYLON-COTTON- 2-Piece Winter Underwear ·a. : · ·* Sanforized * Heavy Duty'Double : BOYS' -- GIRLS' . Sweatshirts Color -- Loden Gr**n $400 I ««· Close Out Men's Shoes Oxfords Valii*. to $J9S $11.95 . . * Deserf Boot* * Ruf.f-Out Tans * A few narrow widths '·' · Winter Caps ird F T Blizzard Fur-Trim · 100 rinisli. *.Fur .Trim ir Flannel Lined if Size.-6?i to 7j special purchase of 1962 model RCA Victor W' Courteiy P a r k i n s 913 11th St. Stort, Hours D a l l y 9:30-5:30 Monday 9:30-8:30 Friday 9:30-8:30 Maderia Hand Outwork Table Sets SPECIAL PURCHASE Pure Irish Linen Damask Pure linen table cloths with matching kins, ecru only. ' ! 64x8J-inch Cloth plus 8 Napkins _ 6Jxl04-inch Cloth plus 12 Napkins _ Other s«ls to 79.50 19.99 25.99 Gleaming, luxurious rolled-hem Irish linen double damaak , . . imported directly from Ireland .'; . to bring you these low, low prices for our -Holiday Sale! The ever-lovely chrysanthemum pattern . . . long-cherished tradition in fine linen 1 7 0 x 80-inch . . . . 9.99 70 x 106-Inch . . . . 11-99 70 x 124-Inch . . . . 14.99 22 x 22 Dinner Napkins, 9.99 doz. 45" CURON TABLE PADDING to protect your table from heat, marring and scratching . . . won't slip or slide, cuts easily to fit your table. White only. ^ 2.49 Headquarters for your finest buys in shimmering RAYON and COTTON DAMASK SETS in beautiful colors FIRST I,ADY K(1 thread count Hand-hemmed 52 x 52 ' . _ -. 2.M 4 napkins 52 x 7Q 3.99 6 napkins 64 x 84 5.99 8 napkins 64 x 104 7.99 12 napkins DELUXE 200 thread count Hand- hemmed w i t h 20-inch napkins. White only. 64 x 86 _.9.99 8 napkins 64 x 104 12.9» 12 napkins SORRY . . . our PRICE is SO LOW we can't print it MoJ.I 332-C3* · N»w Vista · Trie most powerful and dependable chassis «v»r · Improved pleasure of'sharp; bright and . : clear pictures on RC^v's ail-ne* alurmrvzed (overall diaqonalVbo'rided full picture tu6el 282 sq. 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