Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 22, 1957 · Page 5
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Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, June 22, 1957
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W oman A Jmphln* Wlltar. tailor Patricia Lehman Is Bride-Elect' Mr. and Mrs. Rayman Lehman cf 1041 Twenty-fourth street an Bounce the engagement and forth coming marriage of their only daughter, Patricia, to Tom Johnton, son of Mr. and Mri. Thomas Johnson, long time resident of Los Angeles, Calif. The wedding will be an event of Aug. II at the First Congregational church of Greeley Mist Lehman is a 1955 graduate of College High school, where she was active in music circles, and a member of the Junior Philharmonic and the Greeley Philharmonic orchestras. She presently is enrolled at the University of Southern California where she is a second semester junior, majoring in music. She is attending I'SC on a music scholarship. ' Miss Lehman is a member and officer of Alpha Omega Pi, social lorority, president of Mu Phi Alpha Sinfonla, honorary music sorority, and belongs to Chimes, honorary junior girls' service organization. She plays first violin in the Pasadena symphony and is also a member of the USC orchestra. She plays first oboe in the Vine Street Workshop orchestra and first oboe in the USC band. Johnson is I native of Los Angel- ts. He is a 1956 graduate of the University of Southern California and is now thi supervisor of music at the Dana Junior High school at San Pedro, Calif. He plays tuba with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Santa Monica symphony, Pasadena Civic orchestra, Long Beach Symphony and the Vine Street Workshop orchestra. Johnson has made numerous recordings for Capitol Records, as well as several independent record- Ing companies. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, national music honorary, at USC. Upon completion of her teaching wind instruments at Idlewild, Calif., summer music camp, Miss Lehman will return to Greeley to spend the remainder of her vacation making preparations for her August wedding. Friendly Neighborhood Club Welcomes Guests Friendly Neighborhood club of Evans was entertained Thursday evening by Mrs. Roy Gardner. Twelve members were present and five guests, Mrs. Lydia Gunther, who joined the club, Roberta May, Vwa Gardner, who assisted her mother in serving. Linda Gunder and Phyllis Saylor. Mrs. John May, president, read I poem of her own composition, as she does at each meeting. She presented the hostess with the monthly surprise package. Members planned a family picnic for July. They donated SS to the fund to spray insects, * project of the town of Evans. Cancer sewing meetings will be canceled during July and August. The final one of the summer M Thursday at 9:30 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Muirhead at Evans. Mrs. Laurin Roberts brought the prize for the day, which wss won by Mrs. John Prante. Secret sister gifts were received by Mrs. Roseoe Miller and Mrs. John May. At game«, prizes were won by Mrs. Max Baldwin and Miss Saylor. Next meeting is July II at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Bob Gibson at Evans. Reeky Mountain Institute ·* Social Welfare met Thursday night at the electric lounge. T. W. Smith of Fort Collins, state representative of the organization, and I. H. Pharis of Denver, state treasurer, were the main speakers. The Institute's aim is to improve Social Security and to create a national pension. The next meeting will be July J. 7:30 p.m. at the electric lounge. Public is invited to attend. Didn't Sec Light NORFOLK. Va. (f -- No wonder the court dismissed a charge of running through a stop light at Granby and High streets against Roy Thompson, 31. There isn't any stop light at Granby and High. CARD OF THANKS JIF.APLEE We. wllh to npre«« our ilnr»r« t h a n k s for the c«rd. hMmtllul floral ofterlnin. fooij and woM« rt sympilhT. d u r f n g our recent sorrow In the r»"ln« nf ocr h». IOTK! wlf». mother and grandmother. W. L. H»»dlee «nd Family M E M O R I A M KKAL1HEH In lotlng memory of nor dear husband anil fithtr who « r n t home to b» with Jesus two rent · en. Juni It. lirtf In our hurts then Is ulneis »nd a lontini for you, but w* knnw you are « f « In · b e t t e r world, tree (mm r«ln and lorrnw. Wo will strlre In UT« down her* 10 tfc«t w t r n cur d a j s on earth art over TC ean meet you ID that Pearly \Vhlto City. Fadly nluKl b; wlto aal ehlldrn Miss Patricia Lthtnan, brldo- ·Uct «f Tom Johnson. Mrs. Charles Francis . Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Charles Francis was hostess to the Past Presidents club of the VTW auxiliary Thursday afternoon. Refreshments were served in a cool shad.* :fot on the lawn. Mrs. Forrest Wiley conducted the meeting. Plans were made for the annual picnic for husbands and families. Mrs. Gael Spoelstra will be hostess, with Mrs. Dorothy Dudley assisting. The picnic will be held Sunday evening, July 21, at 5 p.m. Mrs. Roy Ahrend received a birthday gift from her secret sister. The club will do cancer sewing at the regular meetings this year. Olin Extension Club Has All-Day Meeting An all-day meeting was enjoyed by members of the Olin Extension ciub Wednesday when Mrs. Arthur Anderson of northeast of Creeley opened her home to eight members. Scratch pictures were worked on during the morning. Following a sack lunch at noon, a business session was held. District meeting at Ixmgmont Sept. 26 was announced. Mrs. William Rhodes and Mrs. Art Stanley reported on a flower workshop they attended. Family picnic will V* an event of July iS at noon at the Loveland waterworks. Mrs. John Bickling invited the club to attend a stlye review July 29 at the Bucll school. It will be given by the 5 plus S 4-H club which the Olin group sponsors. Mrs. Rhodes received an anniversary gift from her secret pal Mite hot went to Mrs. John Bickling. Mrs. Henry Kauffman was welcomed as a new member. Next meeting, July 17, will be with Mrs. Ed Drobniich, northeast cf Creeley. Mary Zuidoma, 1IM Mountvlow road, entertained the Busy Bee 4H club Thursday. Mary demonstrated how to make five-eighths of an 'inch seam. She served lemonade and ice box cookies. Patty Piper was a guest Points concerning sewing were shown by the leader, Mrs. Dave Hill. June 27 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Hill, 31 Alles drive. Cool PRINTED PATTERN A soft, feminine look for summer in our new Printed Pattern! This sissy front" j h i r t w a U t dre«s is s-o-o becoming to the ihorter, fuller figure. Cool scoop neck. I a d \ l i k e frills, graceful, eaiy-fitting Skirt! , , eal hot-weather it) I'. Printed Pattern «M2: Half Fires M.'t U l i. 204, 22'i, 24\i. Peter Hinzelman To Wed July 13 The engagement of IIlit Dime Ridgway Breemin to Peter M. Hiwlman, ton of Dr. and 11 n. W. J. Hinielman, 1602 Eleventh avenue, ii being announced bjr her parents, Mr. and Mr». Leonard Breeman Jr. o( Kona, N. C. The wedding will be an event cf July 13 in the Calvary Episcopal church of Fletcher, N. C. Mill Breeman wai graduated ai valedictorian from the Bowman High ichool in Dikenville. She attended Virginia Interment college in Briiton, Va., where the wai tapped by Phi Theta Kappa, hon- onary fraternity. She wai top student on the dean'i honor list. Miss Breeman was recently graduated from Cecil's Business college. Hinzelman was graduated f.~om the University of Colorado in 1950. He is presently working for the outdoor lighting department of the General Electric company at H;nd- ersonville, N. C., as an analyst in office procedures. He is to be transferred to thr Atomic Power Equipment department of General Electric at San Jose. Calif. Society Calendars MO.VDAY- Chapter CR of PEO, Mrs. W. W. Webster, 1601 Glenmere boulevard. 9:30. Business and Professional Women, Tea House, 6:30. TUESDAY-Delta extension, Mr«. Everett Strreder, 1121 Thirteenth street, 1:30; lesson on flower arrangements postponed. Thimble club of Neighbors of Woodcraft. Mrs. Cora Goodwin, 1018 Eighteenth avenue, 1:30; Mrs. Ruby Coburn assisting. War Mothers, picnic. Island Grove park; bring covered dish and service. Eastern Star, Masonic temple, covered dish supper, S:15; meat provided by officers and committee; election of officers at meeting following. Bethel Baptist TEL. Mrs. Leo Malcom, 1008 Berry drive, 7:30. W o m e n ' s Golf association. Country club, teeolf, 9 a.m. Fellowship Prayer group, Mrs. Gladys Reel, 829 Fourth street, S:30 a.m. Group t. First Christian church, Mrs. Don French. HIS Eleventh street: Mrs. Chuck Armfield and Mrs. Carl Yeager assisting, 7:45 Cooking's Fun F R I D A Y F A R E Such a good vegetable eombina tion! Golden Fish Fillets New Potatoes and Peae with Dill Tomato Salad Bread Tray Lemon Tarts Beverace Now Potato** and P«as WWi Dill Ingredients: 1 pound small new potatoes, 2 cups cooked green peas (fresh or froien or canned), minced fresh dill, butter or margarine, salt not peel. Cover with salted boiling and white pepper. Method: Scrub potatoes but do water; use l i teaspoon salt per cup of water. Boil until tender when pierced with a fork In a covered taueepan--about 23 minutes. Drain and peel. Mix with hot cooked peas and sprinkle liberally with minced dill. Add a couple of tablespoons or more) butter, and salt and pepper to taste. Reheat gently in s:uccp:r. to blend flavors. Makes 4 :o S servings. Note: If canned green peas are used, be sure to buy the tiny very early peas that are now packed French-style in this country. Attacks Sentimentality COLUMBUS. Ohio OP -- "Much of modern-day Christianity falls short of its potential," Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, president of the United Lutheran Church in America, told church leaders recently. Dr. 1 Fry said this is true "because it is largely miity sentiment." The churchman called on the 32 synndical presidents of the church and the denomination's Lutheran Evangelism Mission leaders to unite to "dispel the fos" thit surrounds too much of the ordinary man's religion in this country today. To often." he said, "it even allows itself to be used ai a good luck charm. If relision is hooked up with «omething, almost any- thinz from a to a cold w a r , success is assured." Don Kelly Weds Marlcnc Dawn Miss Dian* Ridgway Brttmari, bridt-tltct of Pitir Hinzilman. Betty Fabricius Marriage Told Ferdinand Fabricius of Wheat- lind, W)o., formerly of Ault, announces the marriage of his daughter. Miss Betty Louise Fabricius, to Sergeant Paul Estrada, Friday, April 26 at Hot Springs, Ark. The double ring ceremony was performed at the First Baptist church by the chaplain of the A r m y-N a v y hospital at Hot Springs. Mrs. Rosalie Riddle of Denver, formerly of Greeley, was matron of honor and Leonard Julian of Dodge City, Kan., the best man. The bride is a graduate of Ault High school. While living here, she was employed as a long distance operator by the Mountain States Telephone company. She transferred to Denver about three years ago. It was there she met her husband. The bride has a fine voice and has sung in the choir of the Immanuel Lutheran church of Greeley, of which she is a member. Estrads, a native of Minneopolis, will be stationed at Brooks Army lospital, San Antonio, Tex., after July. He has been assigned to the Hot Springs, Ark., hospital for several months. The couple is at home at 110!i Beech lane, Hot Springs. Flag Shortage NORFOLK. Va., IP -- The navy, usually ready fustest with the mostcst, found itself seriously short of presidential flags here when President Eisenhower decided to go to Bermuda on the cruiser Canberra. The United States Flag and Sig nal company heire, which had never made a presidential flag hurriedly finished four of them But navy planes flying them to Bermuda twice were turned back by mechanical trouble. The ( third attempt was iuceeiful. British book publishing wai off (55 titles in 1956, fiction showing the biggest drop. Miss Marlene Joyce Dawn, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde S. Dawn nf Trliiidad. and Donald Waller Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Kelly of Fort Lupton, were married Sunday, June 9. at the First Methodist church of Trinidad. The Rev. Benjamin Eitelgeorge officiated at the double ring ceremony, performed at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. H. 11. Liechtly. organist, accompanied M». Betty Short, who sang The I/ird's Prayer. Yellow gladiolus and snapdragons decorated the altar. Taprrs were lighted by Miss Donna Calhoun, cousin of the groom, and Miss Barbara Morris. Given in marriage by her f a t h e r , the bride wore a floor length gown of embroidered tulle over satin. The bouffant skirt was designed with hack interest of alternating rows of tulle and embroidered tu'.Ie. Her veil was held in place by a tiara of pearls and rhinrstones. The bride wore gauntlets and carried a white orchid and feathered carnations. Her pearl necklace w a s a gift of the groom. Miss Retholyn Dawn, sister of he bride, was maid of honor. The )ridcsmaids were Mrs. Eva Jean 'falmer, Mrs. A u t u m n Parson? of San Bernardino, Calif., and Mrs. ·egcy Kob. of Estcs Park. The maid of honor worr moss :reen taffeta and the bridesmaids, eige taffeta. Each gown was fash- oned w i t h scoop neckline, large how in the back and full circular kirt'. . The attendants carried colonial wuquets of yellow carnations and Talisman roses. Miss Cathv Jamison w-as flower girl and Chuckie Jamison, ring earer. The best man was Gerald Kc'lly. irother of the groom. Ushers included Bill Dawn, brother of the iride. Jack K u n z m a n and Ronald lutcherson. Mrs. Dawn was attired in light lue silk organza over taffeta and link accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses and carnations. The eroom's mother wore a beige lace heath over satin, bcicc accessor- es and corsage of Talisman roses and yellow carnations. The reception was held at the church. The four tiered wedding cake was baked and decorated by he bride's mother. It was topped hy a sugar vase filled with sugar flowers. Serving the cake and pouring punch were Mesdamrs Robert yellow duster. She wre white »e- Saturday, June 22, 1957 ccssories and the orchid from htr bouquet. The bride Is a 1954 graduate of Trinidad high. Kelly was graduated from Fort. Lupton high the same year. Both art students at the University of Colorado. She is major- ins; in accounting and is a member of the University Women's club. His major is psychology. The Kellys are residing at 1204 Pleasant, Boulder. The River Line Opens Little Theatre Season "The River Line " a tense and suspcnseful drama, opens the Little Theatre of the Rockies twenty-first summer season Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m., in the theater in Frasier hall. The Little Theatre's production marks the second time that "The River IJne" has been presented in the United States. It has never been in motion picture form or on television. "The River lone" itself js a secret escape organization running out of occupied France into Spain. GREELEY TRIBUNE Pact 1 John Hardman Weds in Denver Miss Beverly Riddoch, daughter of Mrs. Lennore Riddoch of Denver, and John Hardman, son of Mrs. Agnes S. Hardman of 1411 Ninth avenue, exchanged marriage \ u » s Saturday, June I, at St. Martin's chipel of St. John's Episcopal cathedral, Den\er. Cannon Myers officiated at the 2 o'clock ceremony. Double ring rites were solemnized. The bride wore s. beige Italian silk suit with matching accessor its. She carried her Rainbow Bible on which were arranged Taliiman roses and an orchid. Attending the bridal pair were Mrs. Mary Fleming Zirin of Boulder and Charles Wilson of Denver. Mrs. Riddoch wore a figured blue silk dress with blue acces sorics and the groom's mother during the Second World War. A I fh ° se t ». fl°«ercd blue silk dress group of escaping men, one Amcri- ~ ran and three Englishmen, are waiting to be passed dowii the line and over the frontier. What happens to them, so that their lives arc completely altered in a few hours on the riiVr line? The opening night audience is asked not to divulge the play's exciting climax. Lynn Denning is seen as Marie Chassaigne. the Frenchwomnn who organizes the escape on the river line. Clifford Hiislip is Phillip Sturgess, the American. The remainder of the cast includes: Pobert Antrim as Commander Julian iVyburton; Nancy Green as Mrs. II u r v e n ; C o l l e e n Ksles as Valerie Barton: William Foster as Icron; Lloyd Norton as Dick Frewer and Jacques Conder as Pierre -hassaigne. The Little Theatre of the Rockies us a provocative and moving play with which to open its summer sea- Ruthio Donoy Is 4-H Club Hosttss Willow Creek 4-H club met Thurs- dty night at the home of Ruthie Doney. Kathy Hill reported and gave a demonstration on sheep, Ruthrie Doney on calves and Sandy Terry, safety in weld county. Members will meet next Thursday night at the home of Cheryl Huckabay, 1613 Montview boulevard. Cheryl will give a demon stration on rabbits. Janet Wolfe and Sonny Hall will talk on safety and mechanics. and white accesso.ies. The wedding reception was held at the Writer's Manor. The llardmans are at home at 1216 CUton street, Denver. The bride is a graduate of Louisville High school and attended the University of Colorado two years. Her sorority is Alpha Delia Pi. She is supervisor instructor in the busi nrss office of the Mountain States Telephone company in Denver. Hardman is a graduate of Li mon high. He and his mother and sister, Catherine, moved here in 1951 from Limon. Mrs. H a r d m a n Sutler Home Opened to Cloverly ,Club .{j Mri. Ted Sutler of northeast o( Greeley entertained II members of the Clovery club Wedcesia^. Ten children also were present. This marked the last meeting until September. . ~f The short business session \rai conducted by Mrs. Brig Watt, president. Mrs. Alta Avery of northeast of Greeley showed slides taken on a 10 day trip to New York City, Washington, D. C., and Virginia. The Sutler family tccompanied her on the trip. A memory test w a s taken by the members, after the slides had been shown. Winners were Mrs. Gust Wuberg and Mrs. Wayne Wilkinson. Mrs. Floyd Tyson Jr. will b« hostess to the club Sept. 4 at the home of Mrs. Lawrence William!. Summer School Students Arc Honored at Dinner First Church of the Nazarent gave a dinner Thursday at tie Blue Flame room in honor of CSCE summer students. Chicken was served. Guests were present from Wichita, K a n , Kansas City, Mo., Nampa. Idaho, Holly, Grand Junction and other Colorado towns. Approximately 104 attended. In charge of the dinner wer« Mrs. Claude Mains, Mrs. Merit Blackwell and Mrs. Lilly Jackson. Tables were decorated with garden flowers. ' The Rev. Waltei Vastbinder. pa* teaches third and fourth grades i t or of the church, was in charge McDorman of Holyokr. John East wood of Amarillo. Tex.. J o h n Regian of Raton. N. M.. Anthony i TV nn i r nl TunC-Un Barhera of Pueblo. Dominic Cor- ' ropicai Iline up r»dino of Colorado Springs and 0. M. Baker of Cheyenne. Among those from Fort Lupton at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Kelly, Mrs. Hfinnic Kelly, Ray Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Jamrs Calhoun and Donna Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Ahin Tiffany and children and Mr. and Mrs. John K u n z m a n j and children. For their wedding trip to Colorado Springs, the bride changed to a yellow and w h i t e sheath and COV1NA. Calif, in -- The Covina .Thursday: at Pleasant Valley. The groom received his degree in pharmacy in 1954 from CU. He carried pharmacy and prc-med together. He has been attending CU sevrn years, including two summer sessions. During the summers of 1954, '55 and '56, he was employed by the Campus Pharmacy here. Hardman recently was awarded a Boettcher grant of SoOO for tuition next year. He is a senior student in the University of Colorado School of Medicine and has been accepted in the special army program. He will iinish his schooling and intership as an officer in the army. Barbara Complains PHOENIX, Ariz. UP -- Nobody likes to rush in the hot weather, and Barbara Blake of Phoenix, aged 10, dislikes it as much as a n y o n e . The Phoenix Gazette printed this letter from Barbara of the program. He introduced Iht guests and gave a short talk. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Deason sang duets. CREELEY DELEGATES AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE r Seven Greeleyites are planning lo attend the seventy-third annual nationil conference of the Evan- Seventh-day Adventist Church re- "I think the Ice cream man goes Sun Hat Easy To Make By DOROTHY ROE Associated Prtss Wemtn's Editor Summer is the time when a'girl can indulge her yen for lots of silly iun hats. They won't make a dent in her clothes budget, either, if she makes them herself from one of the m a n y hat patterns avail able. For instance, one standard pattern offers the directions for a hat for a seafaring girl. The stiffened brim shades the eyes from the glare of sun and water and extends far enough to avoid a tip-of-the nose sunburn. Wind and rain in her hair may sound poetic, but it can ruin a new hairdo. The solution is a coverup scarf, attached to the brim. Local sewing center experts tell how to make it. Only two pattern pieces are required. A quarter yard of fabric is needed for the scarf, and the brim may be m a d e of any number of things, from vinyl plastic to straw cloth. You may make a brim by sandwiching a piece of stiff interfacing between two pieces of fabric or you ran use stiffened burlap or a plastic place m a t . | If you are sewing on plastic, remember to baste with transparent tape, since pins leave holes which might tear. Set your machine with a long stitch and a m e d i u m needle. Bias tape is uied to form ;i decorative edge on the brim. The scarf part may he tied either in back or under the chin. The pattern envelope includes three other hat styles, all easily made and all designed to be decorated with fringe, seathclls or anything your fancy dictates. . . . , Sue 1C* takes 4 yards IS inch. Printed directions on each pattern part Eaiier. faster, accurate. Send M cents in coins for this pattern-- add 5 cents for each pit- 1 tern for Ist-clais milling. Send| to Anne Adi mi. ( G r c r l r y Thbur.e) JS3 Pattern D'pt , SU West I\h St. New York II. S. Y. Print plainly n a m e , address, sue and st)le number. I ! D BETTER GO SEE THE LOAN ARRANGES sot* nn W or, «*» h tanftlo to n» than ·I eoak ort · tm. taUcm ts diaii. wtrt art cetao i Klnney Loan Finance Phone 462 911 Tenth Slreel (Jreeley, Colorado THE 10AN SUNBONNET, 1»S7 . . . It's «ny to m«kY ind fun to wur. Brim is ttr«w cloth and scirf a bin- dinna htndktrchitf. ccntly started a drive to collec musical instruments for the i*o- Stine was hurrying to ./pen up his Island in the Pacific. This is the island made famous when part of the crew of the ship If.M.S. Bounty mutinied and set tied there. The present day inhabit a n t s include descendants of these crewmen. Recently the church here received a message by shortwave from Pastor Lester Hawks of the Sevcnthday Adventist Church on Pitcairn Island. Pastor John M. Reeves, minister of the Covina church, said the message asked for used band instruments to accompany religious services and other special occasions. The pastor said he and Irvin Johnson,'master of the sailing ship Yankee, recently recovered the old anchor of the historic ship Bounty from the w a t e r s near Pitcairn Island. Cop Courtesy TAMPA, Fla. m -- A new li«t of "don'ts" for Tampa policemen forbids reading on the job, w a l k - ing w i t h hands in pockets and the acceptance of free meals or movies. And they are admonished to control their tempers and exercise patience and discretion at all t i m e s . too fast. By the time I go get my money, he has passed my house. What I would do is h a v e the ice cream man go slower, so we can fine more time to get our money." | W« tire "S * H* Ort«n Stamps al rtvr 'rkndhr Rtiall Sttras-- Ciltxrt-Blshtp and W · I d · r i d t rut s.--Adv. gelical Free Church of America at Ocean, N. J., June 24-30. Those going are Mrs. Wesley Peterson, her daughter and daugh- ter-tnlaw, Delores Peterson and Mrs. Darryl Peterson; LaVonne Betz and the Rev. and Mrs. LSI Reau N. Thorwall and Jocelyn. The group also plans to attend one of the Billy Graham New York. Cru- ade meetings. Aerial Nimrod SUDBURY, Ont. i*-M. J. Merickel of Wadena, Minn., won th* Grout wolf trophy for the third year in a row with a total of 66 wolves killed. He uses a shotgun while flying low in his private plane. The trophy was established some years ago by Arthur J. Grout of Chap- k-au, Ont., to combat wolves in northern Ontario. Free Cahin for 2 Day* 1 Bid cabin S« SO dif J Rrd tjbln SS.50 ill 1 Bed c a b i n 1J.OO fir · Pj/ for S days and stay 7 RUSTIC RESORT Poudr* Cinon Now On Display At The Home Show Thii faciutiful 2-pc. living room irctional . . . It's nylen covered-Ten dccorttor color* to choc it from. Etch pltce It 46 Inchtt leng. They cm be irringed In rruny different room combination!. Rugged spring itetl construction, rubberlied hair padding (foam rubber it · light additional cost). Add new beaut/ to your living reom it this low prict--$100. Gre.ley Couch and Chair Mfg. Co.. 1300 7th St. In Cvani. Open eveningt. -- Adv, HUMMEL FIGURINES PJl^HJI JL JLjLJGJLJ ^Pt**e Ar% 0fc Vlfin 820 Tenth St. Ulic cLllltc oj tli ic proudly presents it* 21tt Season Com- '"** pany in a series of fix superb iummer ·hows . . . 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