14 GREELEY (Coto.) TRIBUNE SÂ»(., April 21,1*73 Quaintance Club hears Mrs. Gentry Two of man's most basic tated the killing of a caribou. He urges -- love and survival -- learns that life and death are were brought out in the book inseparable, all a part of the "The Sparrows Fall" by Fred wild, stark land in which he Badsworth, reviewed by Mrs. lived. He discovers the nobility Robert Gentry for the 50 of life in face of violent nature and the eye of death. Dinner hosts were the Rev. Deborah KayeFales To be wed members and guests in attendance at the Quaintance Club covered dish dinner Tuesday and Mrs. Ralph Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hargrove and Mrs. Alice Richardson. Muriel Anderson, club president, presided at a business meeting and The story is about a young closed with prayer. It was voted Canadian Indian, Jacob Atook, (hat a memorial be given to the who was caught in the final Mrs. Mabel Marshall Fund. She moments of his battle against was a former member who died evening. Guests were Miss Carolyn Anderson and Mrs. Evelyn Anders. National Secretaries Week set Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jerry Kales, 3311 W. 5lh St. Road, starvation in the snowbound reaches of the Hudson Bay lowland. Not a good hunter because announce the engagement of n f.earlier teaching not to kill their daughter, Deborah Kaye, living animals, Jacob had to for the dinner will be Mr. and to Michael Eugene Sieh, son of overcome this belief when the Mrs. Dewey Penton, Mr. and stark reality of life or death for Mrs. Vernon Smith and Mrs. last week/Sylvester Toussainl introduced (he book reviewer. The next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m., May 15. Hostesses Patricia Kay Stray Engagement announced the late Mrs. Bonnie May. The bride-elect graduated from Eaton School in 1971, and is employed by Monfort Portion Foods. Her fiance, a 1969 graduate of Grcnley Central High School, served two years in the U.S. Marine Corps, and is now employed by Eastman Kodak. A June 16 wedding is being planned. was himself and his wife necessi- Verta Hay. High _ _____ now NOW shifts meeting date Hints from Heloise By HELOISE CRUSE All correspondence pertaining to the Ilcloise column should be mailed directly lo Ileloise. King Fealures Syndicate, 235 E.4Slh Sirecl. New York, New York 10017. Saturday, April 21 There is always plenty of Dear Hcloise: lining left to fold over as the One of my neighbors, with contents has always settled The National Organization eight children in her family, has somewhat, for Women (NOW) announced a really great idea for Easter Now I have a neat looking grass. Saturday that the general meeting, originally scheduled for April 30, has been moved ahead one week, and will be held instead, at 7:30 p.m., Monday, April 23, in the basement of the rectory of St. Peter's Catholic Church. Child care will be available at the church. The speaker for Monday evening will be Karyn Evans whose subject will be "Sylvia Plath and her work." box, and the cereal pours out Instead of using that messy smoothly without scattering all green stuff to put in the bottom over the table, the of the children's Easter baskets, she uses nylon net (all -scrunched up) and it works so Dear Heloise: nicely. You can use green, but any color will look pretty. It's especially nice if you have lots of company coming Mrs. J.C. Shoes will stay fresh if you dust the insoles lightly with deodorant powder after each wearing. First Congregational Church Kith St. and 21st Avenue Worship Service Â· .8:30-- 10:00a.m. "The Building of a Spiritual Experience" by Mr. Tiller Rev. Paul D. Tiller Rev. Don R. Laue Crib and Toddler Care Church School Classes, 10:00 Did you ever paint a room and forget to cover something up? Well, I did, I painted the for Easter dinner -- saves bathroom last year and forgot running after each little basket to cover the shower curtain rod. carrier with your vacuum. It was all splattered with Mrs. Tom Anderson dried paint that was impossible to get off. Great! And after Easter you So 1 came up with the idea of can confiscate those nylon covering it with, adhesive- basket-liners and use them for backed paper, tough clean-up chores. It really looks nice and the Heloise curtain hooks don't squeak and squeal as you're closing the Letter of Thought shower curtain. Dear Heloise: Mrs.Kozar It has been my observation that regret is good for only one Dear Heloise: thing and that is to wallow in! This is a good practice to Grandpa follow when sending for items through the mail: Dear Heloise: Be sure lo make an extra It is most annoying to me, copy of the address you're when taking a box of cereal mailing to and write down the from the shelf, to find the top date you sent for it. torn and the wax inner-lining in Many times I've sent off for shreds. an item or booklet with 25 cents "Better Secretaries Mean Better Business," theme for the 22nd annual Secretaries' Week April 22-28, will be observed in Greeley at a luncheon from ll:30a.m.-l:30p.m. Monday, at Farm Fare Cafeteria for all secretaries; and an executives' luncheon in the back room of Furr's Cafeteria from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 25, for all secretaries and bosses. Activities for the week are locally coordinated by Lavonne Henninger, president of the Greeley chapter of the National Mr. and Mrs. HughC.Stroy of Secretaries' Association, and Fremont, Neb., announce the secretary in the University of engagement of their daughter, Northern Colorado College of Patricia Kay, to Dr. David Arts and Sciences. Eugene Smith, son of Mr. and Miss Henninger invites all Mrs. Roy Smith of Santa Rosa, secretaries lo share in the spirit Calif. of the 1973 Secretaries' Week by Miss Slroy, a graduate of emphasizing (he vilal con- Greeley High School, earned a Iribution each makes as part of B.S. degree in dental hygiene at the management team in the University of Nebraska, business, industry, education, where she was a member of government, and . the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority. She professions, is now employed by a group of "Secretaries' Week is an dentists in the San Francisco appropriate lime for us lo think Bay area. about where we've been and Dr. Smith received both where we are going. We believe bachelor and master of science that secretarial career paths degrees from California State will be both professional qnd University at San Francisco, progressional," said Mrs. where he majored in applied Margaret H. Dillon, National statistics and management Secretaries' Association in- science. In 1969 he received a lernational president. M.B.A. and Ph.D. in business at the University of Santa Clara. He is now an associate professor of business in the marketing department at California State University at San Jose. An August wedding in California is being planned. PRESENTATION -- Tony Vaughan ac- years on local, state and national levels of the cepts a gift, in behalf of his father, the late United Cerebral Palsy Association. Making Tony D. Vaughan, former chairman of the the presentation is Mrs. Richard Bateman, department of special education and center, president of the local board of Weld vocational rehabilitation at the University of County, and Dan Weitzel, past president of the Northern Colorado, who served for many board. UCPA is 20 years old Homemakers get help on crocheting Pathfinders receive honors By ROSE MARY KOOB Tribune Staff Writer The 20th Anniversary of the state chartered United Cerebral Palsy Association was observed at a dinner at the Weld Community Center for the Handicapped on April 17. Acting as mistress of ceremonies was Mrs. Richard Bateman, president of the board of directors of UCPA of Weld County. Especially honored were charter members, with those present each receiving a vase of carnations tied in patriotic colors. They were Mrs. Wallace Kaufman of La Salle, Miss Ethel Mitchell, Mrs. W. W. Webster and Mrs. Ted Brun- Mrs. Mary Janssen and Mrs. Helen Slolte visited the Domestic Exchange Homemakers Club and helped skill, all of Greeley, Unable to members with their crocheting be present were Mrs. William Members of the Pathfinders pro j e cts when the group met Bodley, Mrs. Steven Force of and Pre-pathfinders received with Mrs Do nna Crew on April Denver and Mrs. Jack Capp. honors and degrees at an an- 10 Many mern bers are com- nual investiture service at the p i e tj n g afghans, caps, shawls Association Greeley Junior Academy on April 9. Awards and honors were presented by Paul Schmidt, youth director for the Colorado Conference of month's project, Mrs. Judy Club which had been organized Kler showed foiled wall 'he year before wanted a plaques. Seventh-day Adventists. The Pathfinder Club led in opening ceremonies. The drill team which held a drill down received the following prizes; Dean Kindsfather, first; Ita Diaz, second; Tracy Salzman, third; Julie Powell, fourth; Dalyne Pike, fifth; Paul Workman, sixth. Good conduct ribbons were awarded lo Dalyne Pike, Tami The United Cerebral Palsy was founded in and sweaters. 1949, in the home of Mrs. The hostess gift was won by Kathryn Lott, an outgrowlh of Mrs. Robert Burgeson. the Soroplimist Club members' As a preview of the next brainchild. The Soroptimist p h i l a n t h r o p i c p r o j e c t . Members are asked to bring a Suggested as "Ihe most small salad and the recipe for it forgotten people" were the TOKENS OF APPRECIATION -- Awarded silver dishes with inscriptions in appreciation for service to UCPA are Mrs. Robert McClure, seated, 17 years and Mrs. Henry Haraldson, who has given 18 years of service. (Tribune photos by Rose Mary Koob) fund-raising project. A group of At this time in 1954, Dr. Tony' to the nexl meeling scheduled handicapped through cerebral only six women sold enough D. Vaughan was hired as first for 7:30 p.m., April 24, at the palsy by Agnes Wyss, head tickets for a preview showing of professor of the department' (he reins ol home of Mrs. John Cowart, 5131 Pawnee Drive. nurse at Weld County General and look over (he rejns UCPA of Weld County? First . 1 solved this by doing the for handling and never received N a s h l a n d j Jackie Gon'zales, Julie Powell, Jody Hughes and following: Before putting a new box into By having the address handy, Tracy galzman Jackie Gon- the cupboard, I open the top you can check into the matter if 7a|es and T ' ^man also gently (no hurried, hungry you have not heard from them COOKING is FUN "The Great Caruso" to clear Hospital, project c h a i r m a n , $1,200. At this time Mr. and who called a meeting for Mrs. Schafluetzel joined the facilities at the university for parents of cerebral palsied organization. He later became the special education depart- children. She had seen many of president on both local and m ent were sel up in quonset stale levels and she served as treasurer. child has the patience), unfold in a reasonable length of time, the lining and cut it off to the Mrs. R.U. exact height of the box. You Can Phone Adventures Awaiting at 356-3311 Dear Heloise: received "Outstanding Pathfinder" awards. There are 23 members in the local Pathfinder club headed by Donald Salzman. director; Bill Did you ever wear a perma- p i k e d , d i r e c ior, and press dress for a couple of hours M a r y A n n G a r r i g a n i Ione and have the back become S a l z r n a t l ] Luuisie Salzman , wrinkled from sitting, yet the Dennjs Goffar and Dr Jerald Powell, counselors. Dr. Powell is also an instructor for the club. Special music was presented by Dalyne Pike, Dawn Lorenz, dress is not soiled and could be worn again? . Just take a washcloth or sponge, quite damp with warm water, and moisten the wrinkled area. Then hang the dress on a By CECILY BROWNSTONE AiNdated Preti Food Editor TEEN-AGE SUPPER Hamburgers with Chili Beans On Toasted Rolls Salad Bowl Vanilla Ice Cream with Peanut Butter Chocolate Sauce PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE SAUCE This sauce may be made ahead. these children in Yuma where she had worked. Attending the first meeting in Greeley were Lucy Capp, Julia Woland, Soropt.misl pres,dent; Agnes Wyss, Came Shearer, Thc amoun( of $ Dorolhy Lujan, Lyd,a Bruntz, donated from the reserve fund . The ncx( monies came frflm [he Communily chcst l a t e r to huts at Jackson Field. Accepting a beautiful token in memory of the l a t e Dr. Vaughan was his son, Tony. Vaughan, who graciously accepted a salad bowl with spoon and folk with appropriate in- Helen Sillier and Kathryn Lott wi(h education uppermost in scriptions. Also honored at the Ita Diaz and Peter Ordelheide. A skit on good health habits was Supermarket of Mobile Homes "Western Mobile Homes" We have Super Savings on New and Used Homes. --NEW-1973 75'xl4' Camelot, 3 bedroom 1973 70'xl4' American, 3 bedroom 1973 70'xl4' Kirkwood, 3 bedroom --USED-1966 60'xl2' Frontier, 3 bedroom 1969 65'xl2' Shar-Lo, 3 bedroom 1960 50'xlO' Town Country, 3 bdrm. 1. Always Friendly 2. No Gimmicks -- no Hidden Costs 3. Quality and Service are Wliat We Specialize in! EASY TO FIND AND WILLING TO PLEASE-TRY US, YOU'LL LIKE US! Jim Dunn, Manager, Larry Magnuson, Tom Sehler 30J9 8th Ave., Evans, Colo. 352-M49 hanger and allow to dry in an prcsenledby pre-pathfinders of open area. des one . tnree m6er tne In most cases, the wrinkles dirce(ion of their (each Mrs are soon gone and the dress is Opal Joseph ready lo wear again. Those inves(ed werfi Bea 1 can (13 ounces) evaporated tion period for the children was milk 2 cups sugar 3 squares (3 ounces) unsweetened chocolate 1 teaspoon vanilla Vt cup creamy peanut butter who was elected the first , he minds Qf the ' board jn dinner were Mrs. Robert president. Dues were $1 a year Septemb 1951 l n e f i r s t McClure and Mrs. Henry and meetings were held once a spedal e d u c a t i o n room j n Haraldson, who gave n.and 18 month, or more often when District sjx and wdd CQ yca rs, respectively, of devoted necessary At Ihis same time was opened at Ar ii n g [0 n School service lo UCPA. Don Wetzel the first UCP convent.on was wj , h Dr remedial was pr esenled an award for 20 TMÂ«W ""Cher, "red ,o in- strucl lhe pupils. In 1953 lhe CP Center was installed at Ihe old Central tended by Dr. and Mrs. Webster of Greeley. In lhe beginning a socializa- slarled on Saturday Mrs. 0. H. Sillier, also honored, was the first teacher, and crafts School Building and on March 31 of. that year the local group became affiliated with' (he stale years of service. In 191M the CP Center was moved to lhe old Franklin School building provided by District Six. It was at this lime lhal the Work Activities Center for the Handicapped was formed. This was especially great Lorenz, Michael Gonzales, Dear Heloise: I have two left-handed children and my husband and I are right-handed. My neighbor wprp pnrrairaoprl The fii-ct organization. They became were encouraged. The first ' for lhe older youth at that lime, funds were acquired by Dr. Sreauy mvoivea in luna raising Eveline Newman of lhe Pour milk into a medium Soroptimists who raised $600 by May saucepan; add sugar and giving a series of leclures on J, ro , uai lhe monlh of year to be erebral Palsy Sherry Mead, Joel Powell, chocofa~te.' Overtow'he'at bring contemporary plays sne'saw hi Monlh ' Wishing wells werc Renee Mechalke, Kenneth ,,, a boil] stirring until sugar js New Yor k. People flocked to " laced on l h e s t r c e t s and Hoehn, David English, Kevin d j sso l v ed and chocolate melted, hear her. Steele, Chris Salzman, Lei Lani donations totaled $6,000. ,, ,,.., .. c . 6 .._ ,, . , ,, . , ,, . ,, Boil gently, stirring occasion- Shorlly afler this little school TM d C Â° u " tv .j )a(rt ! c 'P a d !H laught me to use a big mirror Mead, Sandy Fruit, Todd Nash- al , for I5 minulPS Rcmnve opened in the Trinity Episcopal 'he first statewide telethon held and let the kids stand in front of ' a nd, Deann Waterbrook, Cindy - - - Â·" "Â»"""" Â« " . o Â» -- - = it and look into it when I tie a Â° ster ' Julie Powe "' Dar y' bow, enbroider, knit, etc. Hansen ' Davld Gonzales ' Jane " Denver in than 1953, grossing This has saved me many pan from heat. Stir in vanilla Church activities building, a and peanut butter. Beat until physical therapisl from Fort TM re lhan $30 Â°. 000 - Two or blended. Serve warm. May be Lupton came each Saturday to thrcc more were hcld in suc Hoehn, Patricia Moore, Ita storedi covered ,,, wide . mouth wor k with lhe children. This cecdin v e a r s w i t h h =^~ In Augusl, 1972, the move was made lo the new buildings on lhe Madison School grounds. This building is shared with the Weld C o u n t y C o m m u n i t y Center Foundation f o r t h e . ' Handicapped, the educational.! program for (he handicapped'" now under the direction of D r . ' John Wooster. Until April, 1972, UCPA administered b o t h the man, Tami Nashland, Barbara Thought "other" motors 'would Â£ addoc *' Dalyne f ike ' Robert Moore, Peter Ordelheide, Jerry Gonzales, Jackie Gonzales, Dawn Lorenz, Tracy Salzman and Danny Gonzales. like to know. Mrs. William Burns Copyright, 1973 King Features Syndicate, Inc. ens on storage. To serve, spoon her salary. Julia Woland and into saucepan; place over low Kt hel Mitchell met with John heal and slir until warm and Schafluetzel, manager of the pour consistency. Makes 2 2- Sterling Theater with whom 3rds cups. they made arrangements for a FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH (Disciples of Christ) 13th St. and 23rd Ave. Minister Leslie L. Bowers Director of Christian Education Mrs. Roberta Martin 9:30 a.m. Church School 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Worship and Communion Sermon: "Good News" Nursery care 10:30 service broadcast on Radio Station KYOU First United Methodist Church 10th Ave. at 10th St. 9a.m. Church School Worship Services 8 a.m. -- "The Limits Burst Â» a.m. and 10a.m.-- the Rev. Miss Dcanna Blcylc When Easter Comes" Or. Harvey Potlhoff Church Staff Thc Rev. Marvin W. Adimi Dr. Charles W. McLÂ»ln The Rev. Miss Dtanx Bteylt Mr. and Mrs. John A. Berry The Rev. Leon Miller Nurury Provided benefited. It became e v i d e n t t h a t special education teachers became two difierenl entities. , UCPA now serves the adull palsied. were badly needed. Mrs. PTMim"tely Bodley, Mrs. Webster and P loved ln Gas Co., with telephones manned for 24 hours. In 1957 when lhe Uniled Fund was organized, UCPA of Weld traillilhlc handicapped in the Â·;.Â·;; County became'a part of those work activities center under the .: - : direction of James Boland. This '.".' -; is not exclusive to (he cerebral ' 'Â·'Â·' There arc ap- Â·Â·'Â·- ; 50 persons em- Â»Â·.Â·'.'Â·Â· he center w i t h ' " v Kalhryn Loll met with Dr" nro .i ccte(1 plans for extensive -*Â·Â·;'Â· William K. Ross, president of cnlar B in 8of lhe program. Work 'I ;'Â· lhe University of N o r t h e r n conlracls arc fulfilled wilh a : Â· ' . ; Colorado, to plant lhe seed for a v a n c l v of "J nbs " furnished al -.**; special education department lhis timc for " PÂ° rtion of Weld v--'j at the college. . County's handicapped adults. Â«CÂ«;: .,, ,, , The comparatively new Bov "'^-After Ihe groundwork was S cout Troop 244 for lluThar* : ' laid National UCP gave the dicappcd. under .holoata^S, 1 ^ f,rst ,500 to the department. of IIownnl Ij(|rklng of "Â£*;;--; with lhe local group donating oisabled Amcrfc y Â·?^-.- $SÂ«K). Ititcrcslcd persons met prcscnlcd lhc cota . T| r TM' with lhe college board and did I)oug Yolm g of the Church of considerable lobbying will, the Christ offered lhc Invocation resul hat $200,000 was np- u l n n c r music ^ 10 " y preprinted for n spscinl educn- Bill Bnrr nl the piano 1 tion department at UNC by Ihe were given by Miss Â· stalcdcglslalurc. m ,d Mrs. Tod Urunsnili'""^'
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