Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 13, 1961 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 13, 1961
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Page 12 ftREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., Nov. 13, 1961 Mantovani Thrills Large Audience Beautiful music · tilled Gunlci Hull Saturday evening «s Man lovahi and his world famous or- cheslrs trwlcd Grceleyilcs wit! a conceit ranging from Term kovsky to "Home on the Range' The 45-ptccc orchestra b*ga its concert with "Skyscraper Put tasy" as a tribute to New York followed by Cote Porter's popula s«ng, "True Love." The next number, "Gypsy Airs by P. de S»ras*lt, "was wrillc lo show off the ability of th virtuoso," Mantovafli said, "bu since 1 have so many virtuosos I'll let them all work." Th* per formance was outstanding. The violin contingent it lire or chestra was featured throughou the concert from the dramal "L« Folle Ronde" by Wai Her and Impressive "Exodus" b Gold, to the classical "Slcepin, Beauty WaKz" by Tchaikovsk Opening Hour Special Wednesday AM at 9:00 · Simtonite s t e e l foFrflng chiln. Reg. 6.95, 4 Op going for ~ E«. VtOO HuTry In. These won't lait long. Colorjdo Furniture Co., 623 8th Avenue, dur* Ing the big furniture clnlc out kale. 'liich closed Ihc first portion i( e program. The double-lime "B«rssg!)en March" by Pe Papua began tlte second half of I he peHorma ollowed by "Lonely Ballerina", by Carr and "Holiday for Strings" by David Rose. Of the latter, Mali ovanl commented lo the au dlence's delight, "I don't know why they don't call this 'Holiday or Woodwind and Brass/: They don't do a thing during this man- cr." The "New Music"'which Man ovanl has evolved, seemed es Mclally trie Latin num jers which concluded the''pro- gram--"Eslrelila" by P o n c e 'Granada" by Lara and his own arrangement of familiar Italian melodies. The audience o: over l.WO won ,wo encores with its enthusiastic reception of the program. ,Ttv first, a'witty "cartoon" featuridj the trombone and the second Manlovani's . popular t h e m e "Charmaine."--Marilyn Heiss. Rta! Estate Head Di«« NEW YORK AP) - David A Fulterman, founder and presldcn of the Fulterman Corp, which ha extensive real estate holding throughout the United States, diec Saturday. Futlerman, who was 33 also was the author of a book en titled, "The Future of Our Cities. Greeley Plumbing and Heating ompanyi JOHN C. TAYLOR, Owner Eitimitci Furnlihcd Wt Specialize In Repair Work PROMPT AND EFFICIENT . SERVICE 1009 9th St. Telephon* ELgln 3-1382 . Greeley, Colorado Are you a SWEATER GIRL? Then you'll appreciate the convenient thoughtful service offered by Sanitary Laundry and Cleaners. JUST PHONE EL 2-5062 FOR PICKUP AND DELIVERY WL(Suta^ ^u^tl^ S^* t^* 812 11th St. EL 2-5062 fate Nurses Assn. , iegins Fund Drive Miss Evelyn Suchanek Is'head- g the drive currently btjng con ucted by District 8 of the Colo ado Nurses Association to rais unds for' the American Nurse oundatlon. . ANF Is a nalkHial.-cfntcr for re;arch lo promote better' patien are thr6ugh nursing. Proceed om the fund raising solicitalw hich will continue, through De ember, will be. used by nurses i ualifled non-profit institution .ich as hospitals, public healt! gcncics, colleges, and umvera cs. A onc-miHion-dollar campaign i progress througlxnit the coun ry. This is a onc-.lime contrilm ran nnd is tax-deductahlc. All do ations may be sent to Mis. uchanek at 1910 5th St. She i mployed by Weld County Gci al Hospital. Mrs. J. McAfee To Give Review "The Making of lire FresUtnl" y Theodore II. While will be-the Wednesday review for Hie group nlerested in Current Significant Books and Plays. This book ol political life In America will D* cviewfd by Mrs. John McAfee VeAiesday at 9:30 a.m. in the Memorial Chapel of lh« First Cov inant Church. Mrs. McAfee Is » graduate oi Oklahoma State University. She ind'her family moved to Gretley rorn Estes Park in 1959. Herxhus- and is employed by Scientific iadio Produce at Loveland. they lave three- children, Mary, Vir gint« and John. : Ci'Aks consider While's book "one of the most exciting lion-fin lion; books of Ihc season. It fol lows the leading candidates'in thi recent presidential election frou :|w ;pre-conventkn ordeals to tin White House. The book gives the reader a complete account of II) American cleclion.."! .The autho recreated the months prior to tin election' in! such a" w.ay : that "oru almost feels - again the tension* the · uncertainties, the emotiona partisanship"-says Virginia Kirk us. : · ' ..' . Theodore White is at his bcs in this, type of reporting and hi book- is a.notable achievement non-fiction writing. · ' ; '' These reviews .-are sponsors joinjly by the Greeley Woman' Club and Ihe Greeley Branch c American-Association of.Univers ty Women. jiT.:-, public' is' Invite to attend .'.therii. There is n charge. Wednesday's Calendar SE THE TRIBUNE WANT AD The Venus flytrap calche more ants than flics. TURKEY DINNER BAZAAR Evans Methodist Church Thurs. Nov. 16,11:30-1:30 Adutt* 1.25 Children 65c CAMERA REPAIR Hove you a camera that needs some slight repair? See us! Current Signultcict Books am) Plays Group, Fir ft Cqveual Church, 9:30 a.m.i Mrs. John McAfee to revlevr 'Ttw Making of Ih* tTtskteot" by Ttcsdaro II. While; sponsored by GWC AAUW; open to public, no «=s charge. Cloverly Country Club,' Mrs. L. B. Willson, northeast of Grcc ley. . . · Sorosis, Garden Kitchen, 2:00; Mrs. Kussell Clark, hostess. Fellowship Guild of First Christian Church, Mrs. Harold Adcock, 2418 19th Avc., 7:30. Trinity Lutheran Circle Twu. Mrs. Ed Buss, 23J* 6th St., 1:3J] Women of the Moose, Moose Home, 8:00. WTK, Mrs. Norman Dean, 1814 Monlview Blvd. Builders Class of Greeley Bap list Temple, pot luck supper Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Conway, Kersey, 7:00. ·'· r . Guild Room, 2:30. League of Women Voters Discussion Group, Mrs. 0. S. Herri ! man, 3 Reservoir Hd., 9:30 a.m. Social Dozen Mrs. Conrad Miller, northeast of Eaton, 2:00.: Hebckah,3Rs, Mrs. Granville Hay, 2S34 9h St., covered dish supper, 6:00. Kersey Community Church Circle, Mrs. John Christman, 2:00. Fine Arts Guild, Youth Cen ler, 7:30; Cheyenne "Artists Guild, guest. ' King's-Daughters Class, First Mclliodist Church Parlor, dessert, 1:30; hostesses, Mrs. Ctara ' Hopkins and Mrs. Grayce \W- son. GGGG, Mrs. Lulls Kutnar, 1015 14th St., dessert luncheon. 1:30. AAyW Book Review Group, Mrs. Dennis J. Frydendall, 2550 16lh Ave. Cl.;' Miss Shirley Brand assisting. Gill WTL, Mrs: Austin Madison, 1:30. American Legion Auxiliary Past Presidents Parley, Mrs. W. B. Kurth, 1229 14th Avc., 8:00. Typographical Union Auxiliary, Mrs. Glenn Billings, 1945 2Mb St. S\V, 7:30. · West Kersey Club, Blue Flame Room, luncheon, ]2:30; Mrs. Ovid Plumb and Mrs. Cecil Scverins, hostesses. . Olih'" Extension, Mrs. Roy Johnson, 1:30; .bring material for table arrangement. Gipson Social, husbands' banquet, West Fair Restaurant, Lucerne, 6:30. . · Our Saviors, Lutheran Church circles: Mary Martha, Mrs. R. C, McBride, nil 6«i St.; Helen' Ann, Mrs. Dan Decker, 21SG 35th Ave., 8:00. . Chuck Harding Plays For Gilcreit Club- ... , Mrs.' Henry Holding opened her home forthe' November' meeting of the. Gilcrest- Garden Club. ' Mrs. A.. L. Medley will be host (or Ihe annual Christinas coy ered dish luncheon and gift exchange at her home Dec. 13. . Mrs. Carl Schafcr who conduct ed lh« meeting, gave the program mi "?osds for Thanksgiving." She made suggestions for making ami freezing foods to save time. Shu also had several new recipes lor Thanksgiving. The club gift was received by Mrs. Charles McKay. The hostess' young son, Chuck Harding, enteV tabled !h« -group with organ music. Band Member Di«i ATLANTA! .Gal. AP - .A/. J Garlng, 85, who.played with th* JohtT'Philip Souss band for 1( years..and was..ono'of its U iur vivlng members,, died Saturday He was. bond master'at Georgia Tech fof 18 years after leaving the band. USC THE TRIBUNE WANT AM Do You Have Too Much MONTH LEFT At The End Of Your MONEY? Faculty Wives Give ' Dinner for Husbands Faculty Wives gave their annual dinner honoring their husbands last week at Greeley High School'. Tables were decorated with Call cenler pieces and candles. Kirs. James Albert extended a welcome lo the guesls. Mrs. Ei'ri- est Delgado 'arranged (he program, presenting the Elks chorus under the direction of Marvin George, accompanied by Dale Dykins. Hostesses for the evening were: Mtncs. Clarence Coffey, Pete D'Amalo, Charles Homes, Tom Elliot, Don Gorman and Richard Churchill. .Next meeting will Dec. 13 in the home economics room at Greeley High School. The program will be given by the group from the fortnightly Club featuring Christmas music. Michigan Solon Dies DETROIT AP)--Rep. Louis" C. Rabaut, who served 13 terms as a Democratic member of Congress from Michigan, died Sunday of a heart oflacl; while attending a testimonial dinner. Rabaut, who was 74, .was a member of the House Appropriations Committee! and author of the amendment in serting "under God" in the pledge of allegiance to the flag. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS I No matter what your income, chances ore you have trouble paying those "month-end-bills." One way to lick this condition is with a low cost loan from The First Industrial Bank. Combine all those bills into one monthly payment . . . arranged to fit your budget. Stop in today and discuss your financial problems with us. Many Onltr HEADQUARTERS ISceaeh ·p to $100 Come To The Biggest Furniture Sale In A!! Greeley's History! Al The Colorado Furniture Co. Across from (he Camfield Hotel Starting Wednesday 9:00 AM THE FIRST INDUSTRIAL BANK 8th Ave. at 9th St. of Greeley Serving The P««p(« off WeW Ce«nty for 36 Years fat nice* W»JF to lemonbei your family »nd Bqsey's Shoes Exclusive Fashions for Women and ChiMritn Hundreds of Pairs Reduced in Our ANNIVERSARY SHOE SALE S O R R Y ' -- - N O REFUNDS or EXCHANGES · Save 10% to 30% on all Leather Shoes Now . 95 to 19 95 55 Fashion Shoes Mademoiselle Reg. 10.05 NOW 14 to 17 Mannequin ** g . i 39B NOW 7"° *, 12 PeDel Faletti Capezio Reg. to 17:05 NOW 12 9 90 1 J9 to 11 to 16 15 Cover Girl Reg. 10.95 N OW 5 to 9 v DRESS FLATS and SPORTS Date Book Reg ^. ,, Cover Girl ** g .*.*5- Capezio R eg . to n.os Basey's Originals 4 90 £25 to W Now rso Now to 8 10 Reg. to 6.95 Now Special Group 187 pair of Brushed Nylon Washable Sneekers in Red, Beige, Green. Nationally Advertised at $5.95 NOW Women's Nylon Oxfords and Loafers ·by Jumping Jack Sizes -4'/3 to 10 Values to 8.95 _ 90 Now CHILDREN'S SHOES JUMPING JACKS Special Group . 20°/o OFF All Others 10% O f f ! 3 ·it k oo To Be Given Away Nov. 25th, 3:00 p.m. Courtesy of Your; 16th St. Merchants Fr«* Registration _ You Do'Not Have To B« Present To Win OPE N FR/DAY EVENINGS

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