Council Again 1 " A.L- D:J_ !"Â» 'cost Â«f tWatruriw* fcv *wÂ«-f imalelv *.7S* were approved by;_ with " MISTR BMGJft Asks Bids on ^^9 "* ^ * **Â· *Â·* w " It** had btM sum-tied by WU- Utility Shop City CÂ«Â»dl MttorM U* and rdattd irbcipally lo th* ruof. The owned Dec. 11 rejected ,,*Â»Â«* to bt cÂ«Ued lÂ«r Â« ivc bidi thai were mbmittad DK. for the cmtructloo of Â·cw nutty ihtHi boHdinj at the held. The bmt of tat five bio* was CMjr fcrrice Cwltr o**r Ul*ad MZ.CT. wUca Â»u tubmiUed by C. D. Minx*, of Eaton. It waj it- Â·uthoriml Bill Wit jtctcd became council members Cr**c Park ThÂ« Him vetted lor the buildiiÂ» |Â« wjvtrlii* fcr bib. ta the plant lor the !h*t would rtduce the C A N D I E S u* fir* bid **s thought UÂ» cut Â»M too high per square loot fcr a warehouse type building. The couaeil at that time asked WiUianu to wgfot ways the cost could be reduced. Pierce Loveland Votes Joint Airport With Ft. Collins |B5C.(1W air] 'Iceland approsi;Wrd, Dec. 19, 1962 GREELEY TR1BIXE Page LOVELAND 'AP - The Lme-1 land Citv Council Tuesday ni^ht: Construction *i*nds on whetb- Ur Fort Collins voters appro 1 .? I jbund issue tor tbt project at an' jeleclion next April. unanimously approved a resdu-| lion for initial action lo be taken I FRANKFORT, K -AH'-Ken-; *ith Fort Collins in acquiring joint airport lucky derived its name terms applied to it DV Indian* paradise or a blood; _. . . . , .ground, depending on which tribe The airport would be midway ] v;as speaking between l/)veland and Foil Col-i Tj, e Delaware and Sliavnee Into* and would cost an estimated di3fis called lhe Kenluc . ky r e gl , n *" 00 ' 000 - Kultavia. meaning "the (real Thi government has approvediwilderness." The Iriquois rt- the project, and the Loveland City (erred to it as Kentake. "tiÂ» Council's Ktior, was similar to a hunting ground " step taken last Thursday by the| The Wyandotles called it Kali- Â·y "MS FMIO WALKER PIERCE - Stuledo Club was received by Mrs. Earl Spangler at her home on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Vedcn 'assisted the hostess in serving refreshment trays with Christmas decor. Mrs. James Priddy was a guest. After the opening and short business meeting, Mrs,. Harold Buchanan preiented Vernon Speo- cer oi the school music department and two of his pupils. Bar- jbara Henkel and Sine Pisano. Barbara sang selections f r o m chicken and ham. The total sum "My Fair Lady." and Sine sang Fort Collins City Council. The government would provide 53 per cent of the cost. Fort Col- ter.usteh, "the fair land o! to- And the Chickaaws termed it Kentateh. "the dark ime *j now., Have t h o s e unsightly dÂ«ntt and scratches taken out of your car's body now! . . . Start off t h e new year with a smart, new looking automobile. Body Shop "' WELLS Motor Company I)ou Jenklni Body Sho[ Manager lins would pay approximately land bloody ground. W.S.C.S. covered dish dinner and bazaar took place at the "Ave Maria," both iccompiniet by Spencer. In conduÂ»ton. he played "Waltz Caprice." on the piano. The club adjourned alter ex changing gifts and singing sever al carols. "Now, with theÂ«e frames you'll never feel that you're awty from TV ..." dinner and party at the Farm Â·'are. Gifts w e r e exchanged town hall on Thursday noon. Many among members at the close of townspeople took advantage of the bounteous dinner featuring received from the contribution! and the dinner was 1160.00. and from bazaar articles, 15000. the afternoon. Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Chooee from our largs assortment of fumniur llussell Stover Candie* --chocoUtr* and Lome- faghioned favorite; half pound to five-pound boiea. CAMPUS PHARMACY 931 16th St. Chcrlca R. Ptterton OTIl'K TO UtEUITOKK Ikr t..Â«.lr (o.rl In .d : Ikr CanBlr of U'rN mÂ»4 No S I H ,, KÂ«lÂ»lf nf P A N I K I . Y. || HA III IT Â· k DAN K C K H A I I U T All pfnori" l i a M n r clftllnl i K H l i i " t tlif abovn nanifd Â«ttatt ir* r*'iulr*d lo f i l e ttum for al- Â»nr* In t h t r o u n t y Court ol Id O-unt), rolorado, on or liÂ»fcrÂ» lhÂ« lit day r,[ June. 158! or mid rlnlmi ihall bÂ« fortver PEP.THA K C K H A K U T .dniinl.tr.Irti V.'inifr A Shade A t t j r n r y Â» Â»t Law ?0 lOlh A v t . f l r ^ f l c v , Colorado Thf f.rÂ«Â»lfy D u l l y Tribuna UIT. I. i:. U. !J. US! Paul Holland presented a Christ- Calif, ma: acrostic using lighted candles with the letters that spell Christmas. The group iang ap- xopriale carols. Herb and Grace Love' moved from their farm home at Pierce :hc evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker were dinner guests c( her sister, .Mrs. Martha Womaclt, of Cheyenne on Sunday. House guests part o! the holi- A short business meeting and day seasoc Â»-i!! be Mrs. Walker'* Christmas program took place in brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McLean of Chico, to their home in Ault on Saturday, Dec. 8 Bridge Club members met for their Christmas party at t h e Farm Fare on Friday n o o n . Bridge was played after the luncheon. Guests were Mrs. Neil Nicks and .Mrs. Pies Kerr. On Friday night, also. Hi Low inochle club had its Christmas SHUTTERS Insldt Hardwood WELLER LUMBER CO. Greeley -- Ault -- Galtton VOTK'K OK FI\AI. "KTTI.KMKVT !Â· tMÂ» CMMIIIF Ottrl !Â· aii4 fÂ«r Ibf C'MMHIr Â»r WfN Â·Â· No. IJtd EÂ«lÂ«le nf M A R T H A NKIJSOS RASMI'SRKN, Almi limm-n MAUTHA X. RABMrSSKN. ",!.' known ai MAJVTHA RASMl'S- SK.S'. lÂ»cand. Notice I* hereby llren t h a t we have filed our final report In the n t y Court of Weld County rolorado. and that any ptrimn dvalrtor to object to the ume aball fllÂ« written objeetion vtth he aatd Court on or before Jan arr II. IIO. FEnNE RASUL'SSEN MARKI.BT nd n'AI.TEn CLAYTON M A R K L K T met H. Shelton, Attorney The Oreeley llntlv Tribune . It, :i. HI!. Jan. Â·-, . 1M! You'r* wÂ«kom* to our l ...tlTh* AaaodatH, when you CAB borrow for old bilk, coMoUdation of dÂ«bu, enwr- IMK-IM or alnott anything. Married or anil*, you'll |tt nuon- Â·blÂ« ntM and a npaymtnt plan that'a tailond to your incomt -your M*di! . . .from Thi A uxialt* -- bÂ«cÂ«Â«d by our 44 yean of uptritm and undmUndtnf . oTirK or rivA JRTTI.KWAT Emit o f H E R M A N M A R - I'AnnT, aUn known aa HERMAN W. MAROtJARDT and a HF.RMAN" W I L L I A M Jl A R- QV'ARIIT. Deceteed. Notlre It hereby xlren t h a t 1 h a v e filed my final renort in the it'.ly Courl of Weld County. Colorado, CT) d that any perÂ»on dfHlrlnic to object to the lame Jhall file w r i t t e n objection with the aatd Court on or before J a n - uary IV 1H3. P A f U X E MARQt'AP.OT A d m l n t F t r a t r l x '-luTtnn Â«nd nllliert IUrvri nulldlnn iireel"y. 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Dirrn^od- have filed mv f t " Â« l r*.iM.rMÂ» t h e nuy Court of WtÂ»li1 t. n u n t v , I r l n i r ' t f olÂ»jccl t" t h * ruin* 11 f i l e w r M i f n rtbj^rtion w t i h the Â»Â»l(t r m n t nn or bfff^re .Inn *ARTHVU'\V. O K S T K U K i r K . Herbert E MPIIII, AMorne-y for i:\t-nilnr T!iÂ« (Irfcle^ H i t i l v Triliuni* " r 1J 'fi 'l?f: Jan 3 9, 13H.1 Christmas Gift Items LAST MINUTE SUGGESTIONS Foot MR.ssngers .. from 9.95 and Shine Kits from 2.95 and up Electric Shiners, from 12.95 nnd up Uiltfold* Cliflon, western ..... 3.95 and up Justin, dress and western from 3.95 nnd ;ip l'Â«meo, dress ... from 3.95 Â«nd up Men's Cowboy Bootn . 12.95 nnd up Children'* Cowboy Boots 3,49 and up Children'* Moccusirw 2-'Â»Â» Women's MoccÂ»sins mid Squaw Hoots 3.49 Â»nd up Men's Moccasins 4.49 and up Key Cases 1.49 and up Hell*. drtsH nnd western, 9Sc and up Coin Purses 98c and up Parlor 9H Ith Avi. ghon Dyed To Match Cordiy ptrlrcu rlouIiU- strength $pny cologne thit 1Â»!U and i3Â«t...il! ntmc- Spray Cologne Concentre?. And lo add to the excitement presents it in a distinguished cryml fltton [or linun ol ex- hilirilini tragrtnce...a touch of Pnris to control nt the flick of ft finger...leak-proof even in planes. 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