Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1972 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, April 27, 1972
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;20 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thurs,., April 27, 1972 3 - Glenn Billings Is Featured Club Speaker Weld County Commissioner i Glen Billings was the featured!' speaker at lhe April meeting! of the North Weld Republican' Women's Club in Ihe social room at the Farmers National Bank in Ault. Billings, chairman of the Tribune Women's Pages Blanche Dempsey, Editor; Rose Mary Koob, Assistant Council 3, Hosted in Greeley International Toaslmislress A workshop "Files 11 was .. i.ui nuiiup i- uca YI as i Clubs, Yellowstone Region, given by Mrs. Duwayne Prull, J Mr. and Mrs. Sam Michel (Clark's Pholo Art photo) |.\ Mr. and Mrs. Sain Michel | To Celebrate Silver Ajiniversary g:Mr. and Mrs. Sam Michel will fee guests of honor at an open house at their new home, 329fl 35lh Ave., Sunday, April 30, lo celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. : K Friends, neighbors and rela- tives-are.invited lo call at the .'Dflfl't p«s up ftii* opportunity to bring your piltow* ltd Kiley. Complete '{cltfri'ing and sanitizing. ..Ntw ticking. iMichel's home between 2-5 p.m No formal invitations arc being issued, The couple lias askec that gifls please be omitted. Hosts for the occasion will be Iheir son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Zoann) Potter of Ault, and a son, Sam Michel Jr., who lives at home. Margaret Trupp -and Sam Michel were married by the Rev. J. H. Ament at (he Congregational Church in Grecley on April 27, 1947. They farmed in the Gilcrest community until J9G8,' then moved lo Greeley. Michel is now in the contracting business, operating Sam Michel and Son, Contractors. Newcomers Club Slates Dance T h e W e l c o m e Wagon Newcomers Club will hold a benefit "Spring Dance" Saturday, April 29, at the VFW Hall. Members and "guest may enjoy dancing from 9-p;m.-l a.m. Proceeds from the daiice will go towards the purchase of a pathology specimen processor lor Weld County 'General Hospllal. General chairmen of the event are Mrs. Fred Klouda, Mrs. Inland. Johnson and Mrs. L. Jack Albert. Mrs. Robert Hunnclls is in charge of publicity. Prior to 1940, England devoted 0,000 acres in outdoor crops 'of flowers. Council Three, was hosted at Yellowstone Region treasurer. ^ u u u u i i i I I I t U , wa! HOSlcU ul !·«·«··«- v \ , g i u i i 1.1 c a a u i c i * the Kamada Inn by the Eaton A ' lendin .B were members from ~ , . . _. . . Cheyenne, Ixniemonl Fnrt 'no Collins, Ealon Toastmistress Club and Evening Belles Toastmistress At the evening banquet, Mrs. ·"· l1 "- t r a i l i n g uauijutu, nirs. Club of Grcelcy Saturday, April Procter again presided. Mrs. 22. Weld County Board, is also on the Relief and Welfare Com- millee of the Slate Association of County Commisioners. He explained in new changes in precincts resulting from reappor- tionmenls. There were many questions from the members who live in a wide area in the. northern part of Weld County. , Legislaive Chairman Mrs wel c°me was given by Mrs Wilbur Thomas read several ar- Kichard Perchlik, wife of Mrs!",)'a\c "uirfch was'm charee tides on Farm Labor Legisla- Grceley's mayor. Mrs. Homer of seating Ihe speech confest- T vnn PIt?" on Cha 'TM an Ml |' Procter, council chairman, pre- a TMs and head table. Special Lynn Pitcher reported on noli- .. , . , , , . . guests wprp \1r -~ '-- « tics in Washington, D. C. Slded * l f h e buslness mccli "g- I raw,TM I By a iniamimous vole th. club decided to mail materia Al Robert Bliss was over-all fhe aflernoon meeling a ??.° rdina 'Jr. Mrs. John Lee and treasurer of Council to the Colorado senators and Three. The installation meeting happenings in Weld County. Hostesses al the meeting wen Mrs. Herschel Brooks, Mrs Cecil Yeltcr and Mrs. Car Magnuson. The club will meet May 8 a 1 the Farmers' National Bank iii Aull. Reading Association Sola Annual Dinner The annual meeting of the Weld County Council of the International Reading Association will begin with a line dinner at 7 p.m., May 2, at the Farm Fare Cafeteria. Guests are welcome. D r . Donald Chaloupka, lirector ol the bureau of research at liie University of Nor- liern Colorado will transport hose attending on an armchair our via slides to Hungary, Poland, Rumania and the Soviel Jnion to view "Education Bc- lind Ihe Iron Curtain." The presentation will include ele- menlnry, secondary and rural schools. Dr. Chaloupka visited hesc countries last November vith a tour conducted by the _ o in p a r a t i ve Education \ssccialion of - Kent State University. " Reservations should be made xrfore April 29 with Evelyn Babcock, 352-3349, or Natalie Oltoson, 454-2812, so table space may be reserved. Diana Gail Allison To Be Wed In June ,Mr. and Mrs. Edward 0. Allison, 2 5 3 7 . 9 t h ; Ave. Court, an- lounce (he; 'engagement and ipproaching marriage of their daughter, Diana Gaii, to Clarence T. Coffey, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Randl, 101 20lh St. The National Weather Service irovides detailed forecasts two and three days in advance. Everyone Loves Pretty . . . of soft waves framing the face; ·especially the man in your life. Let us show you how a new "do" can mean a : lovelier new you. Stop in any day for a tree consultation . . . or telephone 3528567. Martin Beauty Salon 91610th St. Telephone 352-8567 DUALITY WIG SALES AND SERVICE Wo welcome your Masler Charge · BankAmoricard . Tire bride-elect is a senior at Greeley Central High School. Her fiance was graduated from Greeley Central High School in 1971. He is employed by Amco Transmissions. J u n e 10 has been set as the wedding date. LEARN OUR SHORT-CUT METHODS TO SEWING Take our 6 hour course and save much time and money by sewing your own Professional quality clothing quickly and easily. Short Cut Methods to Sewing Cut your fitting sewing problems in half. Match your stripes without pinning or basting. Facing applied with professional finish in minutes. Learn how to sew a zipper without a seam. Sew n pocket on by machine without stitches showing. Sew ribbing on a shed the professional way. Bound button holes the easy way. EVERYONE MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED... NUMBER IN EACH CLASS IS LIMITED 4 Hour Course (2--3 Hr. Sessions) $ 6°° May 9fh May 10th 1-4 p.m., 1-4 p.m., 7-10 7-10 Remember: Greeley's Finest Fabrics are at the only home owned and operated fabric store in Greeley. GREELEY SEWING CENTER 814 8th Ave. Ph. 353-3473 Wo give you more than fabric bC 3l ClleyDnne ' Wyo., on June 17. table were Mrs. Prull of Ixive- land; Mrs. Stan Barrett, Longmont, Council Three', first vice chairman; Mrs. Duane Blake, Fort Collins, Council Three treasurer; Mrs. J. J. Prosser, L a n g m o n t , Council Three second vice chairman. Springtime Magic "Springtime Magic" was beautifully carried out at the banquet fable, wilh floral ar- Com ' )er son of Mr. and Mrs. rangemenls, colorful programs Robert McCombcr of Rushville, anH n l n r o n n r ^ i ? W(?D. · ' Woman's Club Slates Luncheon At Legion Club The annual spring luncheon of Ihe Grecley Women's Club CFWC) has been scheduled For Monday, May 1, at 12:30 p.m. at the American Legion Club. Reservations for the luncheon, vhich is for members only, should be made with Mrs. Paul Martin, 352-1824, nol later lhan "·'riday morning, April 28. Mrs. A. J. Gibson will he in- italled as president, along wilh other officers for 1972-73, and -, u ^ ^,,,v,. F i C .,.- mC u he program will be prcsenlcd the speech contest awards lo y the Woman's Club Chorus, climax .in fypilino »uininr n Ftherlor finrnw and Ro/e Mary KcS, The welcome was extended by Mrs. Alice Mac, assistant manager of (he Greeley Chamber TOASTMISTRESS VIPS -- Seated at fhe head-table at the Yellowstone Region Council Three Toastmistress Club banquet at the Ramada Inn in Greeley Saturday are officers al various levels. From left, Elaine Prull of Loveland, regional treasurer of Yellowstone Region; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Procter of Greeley, the latter being Council Three chairman; Alice Mack, assistant manager of the Greeley Chamber of Commerce, a guest; and Loretta Prosser of Longmont, second vice chairman of Council Three. (Tribune photo by Hose Mary Koob) Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs.-Jake Rejcherl, 2119 l l t h - S I , ' a n n o u n c e the en- and place cards. Speech contestants troduced by Helen were Lake of Longmont, (oastmistress of the evening. Sandy Cowan of Fort Collins was judged the winner, using a robot, "The Grouch" n her enlerlaining delivery of "Feed Me An Impulse." She will represent Council Three at he Regional Speech Contest at Jasper, Wyo., May 19. Placing second was Nancy Pycke of Cheyenne speaking on Dreams, "The End of Your Rainbow." Betty Krug repre- ;cnled Longmong and chose as ler subject "Motivation vs Manipulation." Ivol Putnam of the Evening Belles Toastmistress Club en- tiled her talk, '"Three-Coins in the Fountain," verbally trans-, w r t i n g her listeners to Paris'. The three wishes she would choose for her daughter, she revealed, were Health, Contentment, Love. These three are Ihe most valued attributes in life -- (he three coins in the foun- Judges of the contest included Mrs. Glen Hopkins ' o f ' Long- maul, Mrs. Janet Redenbaugh of Fort Collins, Bill Nation of Cheyenne and Dave Evangelist! of Greeley. Hostesses for the udges were Mrs. Andy Barnelt, Salon, Mrs. Maryel Lewis, Fort Collins, Mrs. Dorothy Kalz, "heyenne, and Mrs. Dwai'n itone, Grecley. Tellers · for the contest, were Mrs. Jack Culley, Fort Collins, ^frs. Lee Garlach, Cheyenne, and Mrs. Elvin Slander, president of the Evening Belles Club, Greeley. Escorts for the con- cstanls, were Mrs. Jack Massman, Cheyenne, Mrs. Charles Mahoney, Fort Collins, Mrs, 'nil Abramson, Longmont and Mrs. Bill Kohlcr, Greeley. Timers were Mrs. Jack Culley, '"ort Collins and Mrs. Mike Sullivan, Cheyenne. Mrs. Jake Ulrich presented The bride-elect was graduated from Greeley Central High School and from the University of Northern Colorado, majoring in elementary education She presently is leaching in Kimball, Neb. McCoinber is a graduate of Rushville High School and of Chadron State College, Chadron, Meb. He is employed by the state department of roads in Lincoln, Neb. The wedding date 'is set for May 28 in Greeley. ilimax an exciting evening. ,,. ,,,, ,,,, , u u l l l l mm ,, Mrs. Ulrich has won many Kraemer and Dave Wiggins. hrmnrc VIA i - c f i l F i n n t n n » ! » . : . « ao .,»... ima ITUJI jijmi Mothballs should be used with [honors herself as a toaslmis ·are as they pose a danger to Iress and member of the Even ·hildrcn if they arc eaten. [ing Belles Toastmistress Club. gagement of their daughter, i .'to Raymond Mc Nanc y Bridge News- Announcement* Regular duplicate bridge sessions for Greeley clubs will be at..7:30 p.m. Friday' at the Kamada Inn, and at 11 a.m. Monday at the Iwrne of Mrs. Virginia Sears, 1832 Montview Blvd..,. . , ... . ..;,- ,. In. addition, to the'regular jame, a special two-session open pairs championship will-be played Sunday beginning at 1 p.m. at the Columbia Savings and Loan Association building in Fort Collins. A complimentary dinner will. be served to all players between sessions, further information is avilable From Mrs. Sears,- 353-1163. ,. Winners of last Friday's game at t h e ' R a m a d a were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Moore, first;- Copie 3edinger and Helen Wheeler, second; Mrs. Sears and Dave Jordan tied wilh Charlotte Williamson and Mickey Baker for third and fourth. . The team of Eula Cook, Bitsy Noel, Joanne Wallers and Dar ene Botteron tied with the tearr of Mrs. Scars, Mrs. Williamson Doris Deffke and Hazel Brewe for first place in Sunday's learn ;ame at the Ramada. The open pairs winners 01 Holiday at the Sears home were ·Idle Canon and Mickey Baker irsl; Barbara Cole and Shirlej ferron, second; Mrs. Brewei and Skippy Freeman, third; and Gary Morgan and Phyllis Tayor lied for fourth with Helen Yellow or sandy cats 'are usually male. GRADUATION MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL! We will give a special discount.price on every new Viking Sewing Machine purchased as a graduation or Mother's Day gift. We have swim suit f a b r i c s a c c e s s o r i e s . ·Knit Knax- : Cut knits with grain line going up down cross grain around the body. Cross grain on knits is.the same as bias on woven materials. .Remember: Greeley's Finest Fabrics are at the only home owned and operated fabric store in Greeley. GREELEY SEWING CENTER «H§1h AVr. "TheSp«ci«Ky Store" Ph.3i3-M73- By Abigail Van Buren [t. im b( cMu» Trfhnt-H. Y. Hnn Sni., lie.) DEAH ABBY: I must comment on mothers who go thru, their, teen-agers' drawers and read Iheir personal mail. Don't they know that the way to teach their children to respect the privacy of others is to practice it? You also teach love by practicing it. I raised three children, and they always came to me with their little problems because they knew that I would always listen, and comfort them even when they did wrong, and not condemn. Maybe that is why they never had any big problems. . . , I know a mother who kicked her 17-year-old daughter out of the house because she found out she had had a love affair. Kicked her own daughter right out inlo the street! . Of course Ibe poor child went to live with her boy friend. Where else? She soon became pregnant, and then her mother cried, "I tried to be a good mother. . . . how could she do this to ME?" I just don'l understand some people, Abby. BAFFLED IN SIOUX CITY, IOWA DEAR BAFFI/ED: That makes two o[ os. IP. S. Some of the most wonderful mothers in the worlil raised tlipir , families in your town. Mine did.l i DEAR ABBY: The letter from "REAL SUFFERER" ' could have been written by ray husband a few years ago. He, too, thought I was a hypochondriac because I was constantly complaining about my health, couldn't sleep and couldn't stay awoke and was always taking pills Then T discovered RECOVERY, INC.! ·This self-help group taught me specific techniques for handling all the problems that husband outlined in his letter; preoccupation with symptoms, pessimism, sleepless- ' ness, overactive imagination, self-diagnosis, nervousness etc. '..; You would do your readers a service by telling them about RECOVERY, INC. It is in its 35th year with 825- groups in the U. S. and Canada. A FORMER HYPOCHONDRIAC DEAR FORMER: I investigated this organization .nd have found them lo be cvcrylliing you said (hey were. Free literature is available by writing (o RECOVERY INC., 116 S. MICHIGAN AVENUE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 40603. DEAR ABBY: I am in serious trouble. Several years ago I stopped filing income lax returns. The reason? A silent one-man protest against the use of my money to killer to provide others with the weapons to kill. Abby, I am a veteran of World War'II, with a lone hospital record behind me, and I know what war can do to young men. When I made my decision, I also went back to churrh to work as best I could for peace and understanding among men. ° " I feel now that I have accomplished nothing except to place myself, and those who depend on me, in great leoo- ardy, for I now understand that by failing , 0 file illcorneJ t £ returns I am facing a possible prison sentence and heavy fines, for which I have no money to pay. The strain is affecting me both mentally and physicaUv Can you help me or tell me where I can receive advice? Please don't advise going to my priest. I know his views concerning such situations, altho I feel i have done nothing wrong other than to refuse lo contribute my money for war d C l i ° n Whi ' 6 millions in this worl d are dying for TRIED AND FAI S LED DEAR TRIED: You strike me as being far too inlellf. gent lo suddenly "unrtcrsland" that failure lo file income tax rclums,is a federal offense, punishable by prison and lines. I advise you to see a lawyer. , CONFIDENTIAL TO ALMOST EVERYBODY: You will be much belter company if you remember one elementary rule: Never interrupt anyone when he is talking. Wliat's your problem? You'll feel beller if you «t it off your chesl. Write lo ABBY, Box 69700, Us Angeles C*l »H«9. For a personal reply enclose slamped, addr'uied envelope, For Abhy'i new booklet, "What Teen-Ageri Wilt to KMW." Mad $1 to Abhy. Bo* «9700, Los Angelet, Cal. "Let Us Find Your Feel A Fit." S SHOES "1 Uth St.

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