Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 14, 1961 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, November 14, 1961
Page 14
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T«*ry 'Jtckufl Llnd* Dwiklwn CLOSING OUT SALE Stuffed M 'A % Anlm«l» ._ WW '* '" OFF Girl* 1 Colored £ 400 Ankleti ............ O pr. I Qlrl*' Tailored Bloum, sizrs 3 to U, Value 1.4S _____ SALE Girll' O«r Co»tl, to Si, o Hi *flo/ ft Value 12.88 ,, "HI /O OFF Boy»' High Top PF Flyer Cirw» Shoei, . ·) AQ Vnlne 4.9S ti*U Glrll' B o u f f a n t Sllpi, aubteens', 1 QA Value 5.9S _ I ·«»« White C a r d i g a n Sweater*, ilzea 4 to 6x. Value -I AA Z.49 «nd 2.9S. SALE I lUU Molt everything in the itore M»ny more bargains. Evirythlng goe« lit a discount* TOTS AND JUNIORS SHOP I24i/j N i n t h Ave..' Platte Valley to Give First Play Platte Valley High School will Marlinez as Dan's falher; Bevcr jive the first junior class play ly Stencel as his mollter; Ro Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m., at Miller as J! P. liatherby a soa the Kersey gym. ., · magnate; Terry Jackson as Dan' lii "The Perfect Idiot," the lilch b TM!^ r ^ a ? !e ''' J ^_$*_;?l h scliool gang just hated Ihe boy wonder; Dan, played by Ed Sup pcs. They despised his "smarl-me dumb-you" attitude. But llwy ha to turn lo him when Puff (Delber Glover), Ihe school's athletic hope was disqualified from all schoo events. Dan was elected lo tulo Puff and from there on event- build to a climax lhat is the vcr essence of farcical fun. Others In Ihe.casl are Arthur principal; Bonnie Bohlem r is Ruff's girl, Carla; Crois ant as Jeanie;'Sherry i.lelus, maid; Doug Gecrdes as i3r. Vo Barf; Susan Sashemn, Miss Bak er; Peggy Bain, Miss Booth; an Ken Harris as a policeman. The three-act comedy will directed by Al Totli. English an peech tcaclrer at the school. Academy of Friendshi To Have Boke Sale Plans were completed for akc sale to be held Saturday | at Gordon's Foodliner from a.m., lo 1 p.m., by Ihe Academy of Friendship commillce at a meeting last week at Moose home. AH members are lo bring two or more baked articles, homemade candy or noodles. The annual Christmas exchange liarry lo b* held Dec. 14 was also ilanned at th« meeting. Hostesses ire Mmes. Larry Schnorr, John Reed and Al Troudt. Hostess gifts were won by Mmes. Herb Geiaick, .Troudt and Frieda Strohman. Games w e r e ilayed and prizes went lo Mmes. 3lck Smock, Slrohman, John Stenccl Jr.. George Foos and Mar vin Winnett. Hefreihmonls were served lo the H members attending by the hostesses, Mmes. Don Bihain, George Hunter and Clara Miller. fork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lchr of Carr a son Monday, Nov 13, at Weld County General Hospital. ' - Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plielps of 417 IWh Aye., a son on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at Weld County General,Hospital. USE THE TRIBUNE WA,NT ADS 5-MAMOW EWtCUKNT DM '.» A WHK When You Gel The Largest Diamonds At The Smallest Prices hursdoy's Calender Lam'pu. Mrs. W^ L. Knits, 1854 12th Ave., 1:30. Elks, Ladies Night, 8:00. Alpha Gamma Delia, Vera Ncwburn, 819 19th St. Lincoln-Jefferson PTA, spe clal meeting, Jefferson School, 7:30; bond Issue to be discussed by guest speaker; open to pub lie. B Garden Ys Club of Evans. Mrs. Ernest Ruth; demonstration on Christmas decorations. Senior Citizens, Youth Ctji- ter, 1:15. HDL, Blue Flame Room, annual Thanksgiving dinner, 11:00. Friendly Neighborhood Club of Evans, Mrs. Elton Illingworth. 7:30. Kuner Circle, Kuner School, 2:00. DUV, DAV Hall, 7:30; hos lesses, Mrs. Gladys Rein and Mrs. Alma Wallace. : · Galclon Willy Workers, 1 Mrs. C. F. Boegcl, southeast of Gale- Ion. . : Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Alpha Delta Chapter, annual guest night, Mrs. Wesley Sargent, 1835 12th Ave. NALC and Auxiliary, Blue Flame Room, 7:30; hosts, Mr. and Mrs.. Larry Keltl and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sizer. Valley View Communily Club, Valley View School, 2:30; Mrs Herman Cross, hpsless; Mrs Dale Dinncl, prdgram; note change of time! Trinity Guild, Trinity Episco pal Guild Room, 2:30. Immanuel Lutheran ALC\V circles: Three, Mrs. John Larson, 1707 2ind Ave.; Four, Mrs. Albert Holm, La Sajlc; both 2:00; Five, dessert luncheon Mis. Kenneth Hungenberg, 605 E. 18th St., 1:00. -Trinity Lutheran Circle One Mrs. Dale Wasson, 1015 llll Ave., 1:30. Our Savior's Lutheran Quire! ti.cles: Miriam,' Parish Hall Mrs. Henry Bechlhold; Dorcas Mrs. Donald 'Carlisle, 2104 Glen fair Dr.; both 2:00. Christian Women's Fellowshi| groups: 1, Mrs. Vernon Card 1817 7th Ave., 9:30 a.m.; 2, Mrs E. L. Accomasso.' 1220 9th St. 9:30 a.m.; 3, Mrs. W, E. Ben Ion, Lucerne, 9 a.m.; 4, Mrs Gladys Greenwood, 2117 20lh Kt Rd., i:30; 6, Balcom Hall, cov ercd dish dinner, 12:30. First Congregational Churcl groups; I, Bonell Home Lounge hostesses, Mmes. I-cslie Tuck Mae Honeywell and Edwan Carney, 1:15; IV and VI, join meeting, church lounge,'hostess es, Mmes Roy Smith, C. Hai-ry 'Hood, A. E. Andrews, John Ewing, James Mathews, Norman Anderson and Henry Croissant, 1:00; VII, Mrs. Fred Armatage. 1729 Fairacres Dr, t assisted oy Mrs. D. B. Bier and Mrs.- Elizabeth M: Anderson, 1:15; VIII, Mrs. 1 Carl Hoffman, 2227 13th .St., assisted by Mrs. MotE Cannon and Mrs. Maurice Jessup, 1:00. Firsl Covenant Dorcas Society, church, Memorial Chapel, annual business meeting, 1:00. At Hospital Admitted to Weld County Gen eral Hospital Monday. Nov. 13: James Lane, Troxel Hall; John Maris, 1523 12lh St.; Larry Schick 2429 15th Aye.; Arthur Wayne Pendergrast, Gilcrest; Alvin An one Schniitz Jr. 1027 30th Ave. Ct.; Daniel Castillo, 1527 4lh -Avc.; Mrs. Ira A. McCarly, 1022 5tl S!.; Gottlieb Klettke, Windsor, Mrs. Francisca Chavarria, Gilcrest; George Busch, 525 9th St.- Jerald Van Omen, Rt. 3; Jerry Morton, Ault; Claire Straight 1803 15th Ave.; Mrs. Hubert E Dannatt, Eaton; Robert Basel Windsor; Herman Wake. Rt. 4 Herman Brug, 1011 31st Ave.; Icorge Schwartz, Eaton; Mrs Violet Wiswell, 301 N. IVh Ave. Mrs. Bill D. Sweet, 1928 20th St Rd.; Chester A. Ridpath, Wray baby John Kurlh, 1617 10th Ave. Cecil Swick, 421 21st Avc. Dismissed: Braud Tormey, Ber thoud; Mrs. Edward Feldhaus 1201 llth Ave.; Robert Carl A! bcrt, 419 8lh Ave.; Lawrence Scott Fort Lupton; Kathalecn Kobel 1324 llth SI.; Mrs. Leslie L Hiclschcr, Kersey; Ruth Doney, 3 Alles Dr.; Roy J. Knoles, Eaton Mrs. Don M. Gunderson, 1822 71' Ave.; James P. Hudson, 542 N llth Ave.; William J. Adkisson Milliken;.Mrs. Ida Thomas, 111 5lh St.; Lelia May Wilson, Nunn Carl Brug, 1312 13th Ave.; Mr? George Yost, Windsor; Mrs. Cec B. Graff, 2028 26th St. Rd.; Mrs Nolan Weber and daughter, 50 16th St.; Mrs; Jack L. Fish an son, Rt. 1; Mrs. Ronald H. Rup pe and daughter, P-143 B, Jackso Blvd.; Mrs. A, M. Inwood an son, 1919VJ 17th Ave.: Mrs. Kei neth Echuman, 2615 12th Ave. Ct Arthur Pendergrasl, Gilcrest Lindsay Vance, 605 16th St. Mr. and Mrs. Kerm*4h Piul Morrill. Ptwlo by Kadlecek St. Peter's Scene of Wedding St.\Petcr's Calliolic Church was| Ihe scene of the wedrfing Friday of Miss Barbara Ann Piedalue and Kenneth Paul Morrill. The bride who was given in marriage by her falher, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Piedalue of west oC, Greeley. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Morrill of 1710 3rd Ave. The Rev. Robert V. Nevatis officiated! ;\t. the double ring ceremony at ; 2 p.m. ' - DtunJj Keltl was organist. Two large baskets of bronze and gold mums decoralcd the allar and Ihe two candelabra were light; ed by the allar boys. The bride wore: a . f u l l circle skirted ballerina-length dress, of while lace over -taffeta and net. Featuring a bateau, neckline and short sleeves ^fi?c"3|owh had "a The bride is a graduate of Gree ey High School and is now a sen or at Colorado State College maj ring in business education. The bridegroom is also a gradu le of Grceley High School. He i senior at Colorado Slate Univer ity at Fort Collins where he is ajoring in industrial construction management. He will return t chool the first of the year ant vill graduate next June. large satin bow atjthe waist with streamers reachjng t o ' t h e hem line. Her shoulder-length veil wilh a calloped edge and a lace flower csign was caught lo a tiara of bile sequins, She carried a bou- uct of cymbidiuni; orchids in a scade of bronze pompon mums. Miss Mary Romey was maid of -ohor.- She wore a topaz satin reel-length gown with a bouffant tirt.. Her hat was a rose of latching satin-with a circle of et. Her accessories were lopaz nd she carried'a colonial pouquel 5f gold and bronze mums. Don Frantz was best man. Ushers were Charles Morrill rollier of Ihe bridegroom, anc Edward Piedalue, brother of the ride. Immediately after the ceremony, a reception was held at he home of the bride's parents or 50 guests. After a short honeymoon in the mountains, the couple will be al ome in Greeley. For going away, the bride wore turquoise tweed wool suit will lack and white accessories anc ie orchid from her bouquet. 4 sf "ewelerA a! No Char** For Credit NOW! Once in a lifetime savings on FURNITURE · t (h. Colorado Furniture Co. fi23 8lh Avenue Selling Start, Wedntiday at 1:00 Sharp. It there when the doors open. :lva Stander Hostess ·or Guild .Fellowship Elva Stander was hoslcss at a meeting, last week of the Guile fellowship of the First Baptist 'hurch at her-home at 2040 411 ,ve.. . Members are saving buffal Ickles to take to the State House 'arly'next June. Monday was do ated to the Alma Noble Scholar Kip fund and it was announce lal toys were sent oh White Cros York for Christmas for the under riviledged. A play was given on Inlerna lonal Christian Youth Exchange participating were Linda Archer harbn Hoyt, Elva Stander, Claud a Hoyt, Bessie Thompson, Susi Thompson, Dotlie Pelrick an .cna Bird. ' · The group will make hospita ·isitalion calls Monday. Next meeting will be held Dei at the home of Linda Arche at. 1015 12th Avc. Amnesty Offered LONDON -- An amnesty foi aeople with unlicensed firearms was announced by .the Government. No action will be taken i ;nns or ammunilion are given up by the end of October. Thi move by Butler, the Home Sec :riminals stealing guns from hous etary, is lo reduce the risk o es where they would remain harm ess. The last appeal was 946, when 76.000 weapons were landed in. Other appeals were made in 1937 (14,000), 1935 (8,000) and 1033 (16.000). Normally pos session of an unlicensed firearm can mean a £50 fine or thre months' prison -- or both. A cer ilkale is required for any weapoi other than a smooth-bore gui will) a barrel not less than 20 in ong, or an air gun.. NEW DEtHI-Ministry of Rai! vays of India has asked U. S manufacturers for information o balancing machinery. 'Junior Class. To Give Play ; " "We Shook the Family Tree." a medy In three acts, will tx esented by Ihe' junior class Fr\iy »t : 8 p.m., a t ' l h e Gilcrest boot gym. ' ".-' "· ' Junior class play character:; e Hildegarde, Joan Camp! Mr' Wson, Bill Ulrich; Mrs. Dqlsoh: anlce Tilbert; Sally, P a t s y tfhmidt; Bob, Elliotl McLeod: mmy, Art Parker; Paige, Mannne Weigandl; Ellie-May, Vir nia Smith; Jill,'-Roseirisry "Hupe; Freddie Shermer, Alex Rex; Mr. Shermer, Sam Deal; and rs. Shernher, Nor ma Rucker. Hildegarde is Irying to attract dale for Ihe school dance. She ins Ihe school debate wilh an ipassioned plea against drink g by relating family troubles aused by her filter's imbibing Father, by. the way, does nol rink). Father's reputation now in danger and in his anger, ha usists that Hilegardc altend the ance -with Freddie, a nice young oy who is the joke of. the schoo Because he wears out-of-dale nickers. Hildegarde's attempts i change her father's decision takes. Ihis play one of the most ilarious to come along in years. Hetterfes, Foxes Go o Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helterle and Ir. and Mrs. Joy Fox, Joel, Jerry nd Brenda, all of Greeley were uests at a prc-Thanksgiving fam y dinner at Denver Sunday al le home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Veiling. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs r armers Union Plans Chili Supper Sunday Nunn, Pierce' and Carr loca of Ihe Farmers' Union wil! hold a chili-soup supper from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Sunday at the Nunn Town Hall. There will be games for everyone. Hand Decorated FLORENTINE BOXES Made in Florence, Italy · Cigarette Boxes · Treasure Chests · .Stamp Boxes · Photo Boxes · Cord Boxes · Letter Baskets · Waste Paper Baskets loyd Pirtle and Tracy Lynn b: [rand Prairie, Tex., Mr. ant Urs. Robert Markus, Janice anc Jarrell of_ Woodland Park and thi Dreilings' sons, Kenneth and Er 'in. _ . . Highlight of Ihe day was .(hi aking of a four-generation pictun ncluding Mmes. Hetterle, Markus 'irtllc and Tracy Pirtle. Absent to complete the 'family eunion was William A. Dreilm; vho is serving with the maritii orps in Hawaii. ESSEN--A German, firm is in erested in manufacturing new ypes of plastic zippers under It ense from U.S. companies. »8« 11 GREEf.EY TRIBUNE NOT, 14, 196.1.. HOME MOVIES Save On COMPLETE OUTFIT Here's What You Get! Lay-away now for Christmas MOVIE CAMERA Fujica Elehtiic Kyo Camera--includes 1:9 normal* 1JB telephoto and 1.3 wide-angle lens. PEua roll of color film - with processing, instruction book, , take-up spool. Complete 8995 PlSTOL GRIP HANDLE WUh Wrist Stray. FUJ1CA AUTOMATIC PROJECTOR Zoom Lens, 400 Jt. reel capacity,' all-metal, lightweight , .-- MOVIE SCREEN 40x40 Glass Beaded MOVIE TRIPOD Special compact model with pan head MOVIE LIGHT To make perfect indoor movies .'. : 6,95 59,95 19.95 19,95 14,95 Total J_ 1211.70 Special -- (his week 177.70 YOU SAVE .34.00 WILSON WILSON Camera Hi-Fi "Studios 1513 8(h Ave. CHLflNDfl 821 8th St. Phone 353-3636 Mama's got more bounce since we got the new, stay clean i Bigelow's '\im$M$tiMfr CARPET MADE OF DU FONT'S NEW 5O1 NYLON Mama never had it so good! Fancy a.Nylon carpet with tfny mnersprings hoiled rlfilit Into the y a r n j Walk, skip or-jump -- It buoys you right up. And these I n n e r s p i i n g nfgelow carpels hrxvc other features that buoy up any Imsy mania's h e a r t : , t h e y can't fuzs or shed . . . they can be washed with just suds and water. And, being nylon, they wear practically forever! In fact, just looking at this b e a u t i f u l new Bigclow carpet gives you a lift. The lovely muted colors, the new soft l u s t r e f i n i s h , . . the superb richly bulked texture , . . nimmm! Come and see Bigelow nylon carpet for yourself! Choose green, gold, lurquoise, honey beige, sandalwood or beaver brown. GIFT SHOP 1215 Eighth Art. 1215 Ershtfc Art. Free Parking f taste what Open Frld.y N i g h t i 'Til 0:30 TERMS TO SUIT YOU Plenty of Parking at Our Rear Entr»nei

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