Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1972 · Page 21
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22 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Thurs., April 27, 1972 Woman's Club ScrapbookWins Top District Award Greeley Woman's Clubjlilerature and drama, consumer department, Mrs. 0. W. Long, CI'WC) scrapbook, compiled by Mrs. A. J. Gibson, assisted by president of GWC, Mrs. C. C. Adams, and Mrs. H. H. Harris, placed first in compefilion at the. annual convention o( the Northern District of Colorado Federation of Women's Clubs at 'Lpveland Saturday. Eleven additional awards won by the club' =--·--·--· '-· · - - - · international district division chairman, Mrs. Harris; Mrs. A. J. Gibson, president- elect; Mrs. Gladys Carroll, Mrs.. Adams, cs - Elmo Peterson, Mrs. Doris McCand-; Mcpherson, Mrs. Kenneth Cooper and Mrs. Harris were awarded Gold Nug- Mrs. Mrs. Wizard Quirk Installed President of CFWC'District slice, rehabilitation and light ing, exhibits and "Let's Share Mrs. H. E. Green, past presi-1 1 !, dent of the Northern was among the 10 members of the Greelev Woman's Club who get membership cards and Mrs. which the Johnstown and Milli- Ixmg was named to the district clubs, public affairs, interna- Gibson and Mrs. Harris will were acling hosts. Gibers from serve as hostesses at the na- Arrjerican heritage and citizen- Grceley were Mrs. John Boflt- tional convention of the General health,tell, chairman of the education collection fncjucjes - one "ec styles ,» BankAmericard :-'·. ' · Master Charge (Clnrks photo) ,'Ars. Willard Quirk 818 Ninth St. Greeley OPENRIDAY NIGHTS Federation of Women's Clubs at the Denver Hilton in June. Featured speaker for the day was Mrs. Warren Leonard of Fort Collins whose topic was 'Overview -- '72." Music was provided by (lie Modern Choir of Roosevelt High School of Johnstown. Mrs. Willard Quirk of the Greeley 'Excelsis club was installed as president for the 1072-74 term. The fall board meeting of the Northern District will be held in Estes Park on a date still to be determined. Mrs. Willard Quirk, a mcm- . ber of the (liecley Kxcelsis (Woman's Club (CFWC) was installed as president of the Northern District of [he Colorado Federation of Woman's Clubs at (he a n n u a l district convention in Lovelmid last Saturday. She was elected for a two-year term. Mrs. W. II. 1-eonard, president of the Colorado Federation, was in charge of the installation ceremonies. Also installed were Mrs. Wilson Rush of Boulder Mrs. Don Bower of Beta Woman's Club, Loveland, vice presidents in order; Mrs. Michael lingers, Grectey Junior Woman's Club, recording secre- lary; Mrs. John Ward, Berlh- oud, treasurer; Mrs; Robert Burgess, Estes Park, junior past president. Appointive officers include Mrs. Ralph Green, Excelsis Woman's Club, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Charles ; JE r d b r u c g g e r of Excelsis, historian. E x c e l s i s Club received awards for scrapbook, membership, legislative, "Let's Share Happiness," GFWC magazine, environment! health, international clubs anil hostessing. The Johnstown Woman's Club, the .Milliken Woman's Club and the Columbine Club of Timnalh were acting hosts for the convention. Representing the Excelsis Club, in addition to Mrs. Quirk, Mrs. Green and Mrs. Rogers were Mrs. Marion Pearce, Mrs. 0. W. Long and Mrs. Elmo Peterson. FRESNO, Calif. (AP) World War If Marine flying ace Gregory "Pappy" Boyington filed on Wednesday for dissolution of marriage from his third wife, former actress Dolores "Dee" Tatum. They were married Dec. 21, 1900, and separated last Oct. 8, according lo the Superior Court suit. Boyinglon was credited with shooting down a record 28 Japanese planes while serving with the "Flying Tiger" and "Black Sheep" squadrons. The 59-year-old Medal of Honor winner has been living here while recuperating from two cancer operations. 1 Pifiicia J's WOMEN'S WORLD 1300 Ninth Ave. 352-6498 The most complete women's spa in Colorado. Nobody-but nobody can compare. Sauna Bath; Whirlpool; Eucalyptus Inhalation Room; Sun Room; Nursery; Coffee Lounge; Private Dressing Area; Swimming Pool; Holiday Magic Cosmetics; Personal Extraordinary Service; Nutritional'Guidance. A club for every woman in Weld County. Under-weight programs designed to increase bust size, gain weight, shape up your hips and thighs. t3 Go From Here To Here in Just 60 Days Size 20 to 16 Size 18 to 14 Size 16 to 12 Size 14 to 10 If you are perfect, we offer the only way to keep it that way. { E x c l u s i v e l y at Slim Swim the GRECIAN S BODY WRAP, where you can lose up to 24 ; ** inches in 90 minutes. \ Every woman in Weld County needs us. Slim and Swim Club 1300 Ninth Ave. Ballots were cast for two new members and one transferee, when the Women of the Moose icld a regular meeting at the Moose Lodge. Refreshments were served by the membership committee. TO RESIDE IN GREELEY - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burlingame will reside in Greclcy when they return from an extended honeymoon in the Colorado mountains. They were married Saturday evening, April 22, at the Church of Christ. Pastor Donalti Humphreys officiated at the double ring ceremony in the.presence of a small gathering of family members and close friends. The bride is the former Mary Marie Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Edward C. Martin of La Salle. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton C. Burlingame of Davenport, Iowa, are parents of the bridegroom. Tire bride wore a white gown with long sleeves trimmed with lacc'and a short veil attached to a. Juliet cap of white lace daisies. Her bouquet was of while daisy poms and miniature' white car-nations arranged with stephanotis. Attendants for the .couple were Laura Cox and Thomas G. Moffitf, both of Greeley. (Clark's Photo Art photo) Women of the Moose Ballot -an Members The next regular meeting will be at 8 p.m., May 3, also at the Moose Lodge. Daffodil breeding has been carried on in England since tlje 19th century. elegant' gift idea for MOTHER A beautiful ring tvith the birthstones of the children,., husband andwife.., or grandchildren Style 540 Style 560 It's a truly elegant gift idea -- one that Molher will never forget! = Order Soon For Mother's Day Delivery ei66 Your Diamond Store ^819 Tenth St. Established 1915. 0 erA) +Jrnc. m Mental Health Report Heard By Evans Glob Halfway.House and Stepping Stones; services of the Weld ounty Mental Health Society, were subjects of reports by Vir- ;inia Crisp when the Evans Ex- ension C l u b - m e t at the home of Mrs. B. E; Ethe'rlon. Following the lesson. the group decided to bring items needed by these groups to the next meeting at Hie home of Mrs. Fred Franklin, at 1:30 p.m. on May 11. Final plans were made for the group to tour the Denver Art Museum and Wax Museum Wednesday, April 26. Those who went gathered at. the home of Mrs. John Crips that morning to Form car pools. The members exchanged plants and bulbs as part of roll call. Mrs: Barbara Giese was welcomed as a gliest. County officers were voted on and the slandard club form worked on towards completion. Mrs. Ken Lindblad will host lie nominating committee at 10 a.m., May 8. Members were re- mined of County Day May 2. Mrs. Rose Gable won the door prine. Ir CiCnY IKOWNStONE A J F.od fMi Good Dinner Koast Lamb Celery Root and Potato Puree Green Peas Salad Bowl Pineapple Upsidedown Cake CELERY ROOT AND POTATO P U R E E Celery root is sometimes called knob celery or celeriac. 4 cups peeled diced celery root (about IV4 pounds) 2 cups peeled diced potato '/t cup butter 1 tablespoon sour or heavy sweet cream Salt and while pepper In taste Cook celery root ami potato in separate covered saucepans in I inch boiling salted water u n t i l tender -- IS lo 20 minutes. Drain and slrain through food mill into saucepan. Stir in Ihe remaining ingredients. Place over low heat and, sitrring con- slnntly, reheat. Makes about 2 and two-thirds cups or 4 lo 6 servings. CONCORD, Mass. (AP) Caroline Kennedy, daughter of Ihe tale President John F. Kennedy, will enroll as a sophomore at Concord, Academy, a privaic girls' school here. A spokesman for her mother, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, confirmed the plans Wednesday. Caroline, 14, is now a studcnl at Brearly School in New York City. The Dallas fire department responded to 1.132 hear! attack calls and 2l drowning in 1!)7I. Pretty Dresses Knit Car Coats that go - Shown from "Leslie Fay" Collection All Polyester Black/White .Navy/White Sizes 8-18 $42 Knits By LeRoy Knit coats in wool or'orlon. Red, whife or blue -- Sizes S-XL. Swimwear $25 : "Alex Oilman" Poly Knit Blazer Navy, Brown or White $36 I Long Longs The Long? in Separates Body Shiris Skirts or one piece dress Sizes 5-16 Skirts $20 Dresses Begin . $36 Your clothes say it all ,J they're from "Elizabeth . Sfewari" Women's Swimwear / THE CO. L*di*s Sportswear Use your ·Jones Charge^ · BankAmericard ·Master Charge Elegance in swimwear -- Sizes 6-20. Long lunic suit in Pink, Brown, Navy or. Green. $34 Corner 8th Ave. 10th St. Phone 353-3333

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