Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 28, 1970 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, May 28, 1970
Page 11
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News Around Johnstown... By MRS. AVA MILLER JOHNSTOWN - Mrs. Pearl Feland was released from Weld Comity General Hospital, May 22, after being a patient for two weeks. She was taken to the Eventide Nursing Home in Windsor where she will be for several weeks. Mrs. A. G. Thompson of Bell- vuc and her grandsons, Mike and Jimmy of Sidney, Neb., v i s i t e d Mrs. Thompson's I mother, Mrs. Helen Warren last I Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Herriek of Englewood visited Mrs. Herrick's mother, Mrs. William Beckman Sunday. Mrs. Earl Nix of Arvada was an afternoon^ Oi caller at Mrs. Beckmans. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith of Longmont visited Mrs. George Massey Sunday. The Mitchells have recently moved to Longmont from Goring, Neb. They formerly lived in Johnstown. Mrs. Anna Iliatt of Hillsboro, ire., and Mrs. Edith Adkisson of Greeley were Thursday visitors at the home of Mrs. Louise Gropp. In the evening the ladies were supper guests of Mrs. Rachael Click. Craig and Tami Ashmore of Denver spent the weekend with [worthy matron and John their grandparents', Mr. andlFarlow, worthy patron, pre- Mrs. Louie Beeten. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Veden of Pierce and Fred Veden of Glendale, Calif, were Sunday v i s i t o r s of Mrs. Marion Tregoning. Johnstown Chapter No. 114, OES, met at the Masonic Hall May 21 with Dorlhy Farlow, siding. Miss Elyce Biddel was initiated into the order. Her sister, Mrs. Marsha Shew, of Loveland, courtesy candidate. A memorial for three members, Mrs. Stella Brown, Robert Kidd and Mrs. Marie: Thurs., May 28, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 11 Brust, was held. Mrs. Charles Winckel, Mrs Paul Nelson and Mr. and Mrs John Sloan served refreshments in .the lower temple following the meeting. The next meeting on June i will be the 50th anniversary o this chapter and the charter FRIDAY 10-10; SATURDAY, MEMORIAL DAY 10-6 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 29 30 A DMsfen of S.S. 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Charge Itl COLEMAN 14-GAL COOLER Our Reg. 21.33 2 Days Only! Great for camping, picnics! Coleman extra-largi snow-lite cooler features recessed handle and bottU openers. Has cam-typo latch with shield lock. Green, red, beige. CAMP STOVE, LANTERN YOUR CHOICE 4'fl 2 Days Only! I I · Reg. 15.63. Compact two-burner stove heats fast and evenly. Uses Colftman fuel or white gas. Lantern burns to 20 hrs. on 1 filling, has adjustable Illumination. Limit 1. 1829 WEST 10th STREET GREELEY Bubonic Plague Confirmed in N.M. SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The Stale Health and Social Services Department has confirmed the first case of bubonic plague in New Mexico this year. The victim was identified as 39-year-old Cochiti Pueblo man, who's name was not released. An HSS spokesman said the unidentified victim is recovering in an Albuquerque hospital. A representative of the U.S. Public Health Service and state health officials conducted tests in the Cochiti area Monday. The HSS also warned for the past several weeks plague- carrying fleas have been recovered in the Los Alamos area and bones from dead animals n the Bandelier National Monument area also showed positive evidence of plague. Five cases of the once-massive killer disease were confirmed in New Mexico last yew. members will be honored. Faith Circle of the. WSCS met at the home of Mrs. Louis Beeten May 21. Mrs. Clark Gottbreht assisted .the hostess. M r s . Herbert Beeten, c h a i r m a n , conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Louis Beeten gave the program, s u b j e c t being "Religious Music." This was followed by a group hymn sing. La Salle... By MRS. E. N. BERTHOLF LA SALLE - The La Salle Republican Women's Club met with Mrs. G. H. Beattie May 18. Gordon Rissler was . the speaker. There were eight members present. The Women's Sewing Circle of the La Salle Baptist Church went on a fiekl trip to Iheyenne, Wyo. They visited the Capitol Building, Museum and had lunch at Little America. There were 16 members making the trip. The L. F. Club met May 18 for dinner at the Garden Kitchen. Following the dinner they went to the home of Mrs. Ray Givan to play Monte Carlo. Those present were Mrs. Nettie Fitzgerald, Mrs. Opal Noel, Mrs. Hazel Pless, arj the hostess. Nancy Rains, Belinda Craven, Carol Matsushima, and Sandra Davidson had a slumber party Wednesday night at the Rain's home. Sandra is spending the week with her cousin Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Berlnolf of Johnstown spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Bertholf. The Day Circle of the First Presbyterian Church met with Mrs. Stephen Root, May 20. Meeting was opened by the president Mrs. G. H. Beattie. The "Year Book of Prayer" was given by Mrs. Rodger Reeve and "Fellowship of (he Least Coin," by Mrs. E. N. Bertholf. The article from Concern, "The Church Continues to Study the Roll of Women in the Church," was given by Mrs. Lillie Eckhardt. Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mrs. ]. J. Crowlcy and Mrs. John Annan. There were 17 members present. The next meeting will be a picnic on June 17. The Forum of the Church Women United was held at the First Presbyterian Church in Ireeley May 22. Attending from La Salle was Mrs. Charles Rains. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rains nad a reception at their home after graduation on May 20 for '.heir^daughter Nancy. She plans ,o attend Colorado State University in Fort Collins next fall. There were 28 friends and ·elatives present. The Beebe Draw Neighbors leld a May guest tea Tuesday May 19 at the First Baptist Church in La Salle. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert _,endrum, Mrs. Dale Bohlender, and Mrs. Charles Girvan. A program of sides was given jy Dr. Cecily Grumbine of her :rip to the Holy Land. The table was centered with lopa Flowering Crab and leather Edged Tulips. An heir- oom cutglass punch bowl was used. There were 16 guests present. The next meeting will be June 16 with Mrs. Calvin Hanscome. The program decorating. will be cnke CASH for SCRAP METALS · Copper and Iran · Aluminum · Batteries · Scrap Iron, Steel Weighed on Certified Scilet Andersen's Sales Sclraga 1 Mile East on 8th St. 352-7797 Junk Can Picked Up Modest f,h»r(je

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