Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 10, 1976 · Page 23
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 23

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, March 10, 1976
Page 23
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Wed., M;IITI 'Cfiiby one of Greeley's first, nov\ Ta»rtwills»prti«nl«ilHari , ·*)» sd*» «I4 «ln tt» when three Greeley women, tin. E. F. MeCMlan, Mrs. E. M. Few and Mrs. M. A. Inman MM t* dhcan aosibilities of a Sterling, and Bill at Highland strips a»d a» irs Bine to put. Hith School. ' them togtther anf my strip.' W^JtiJ Jt, [jjli.^11 * ' nncTmuii, inciiuiug MUi Irti ifcns. A-conmtant oWyone Item k ' District Judging w itaceia May 1 , and first; and third plice wiitaenf in category Will' be eUttS compete at state lew!.' (··''·'·: 'State winners will be ittEned; during 'the Cdorad*;' Cai* 'tferrfth's ana Cijwoete ; ;" ~ vetitton fosterling'in )kMfMne JBnts, who Hgures . *la in charge of the group's 1 _ . . _ _ _ , ___..., celebration 10 years ago, and oi*(JV» mpwictve'members, presently deeply in- Cfctennial-Bicentennial celebration. ,ffhafUd '***·!- «r**n M . j *it ' fir. and Mrs. M. E. Whicker t) observe silver anniversary ' '.'Hr. and Mrs. M. E. (Bud) Flnt.LutMrM CptlWii Special i Wrecker will celebntc their AitMti' frill likjfldafel MM - E4t1 JSih wedding anniversary at an whicker ^and {MA! Jonh- 6pn house Sunday afternoon, j e « m iaMwi, ««· · if'' Aiilt. · March 14 at their home at 514 Woooa Ave., in Ault. .Friends are invited to call between 2-9 p.m. The couple aiki that gifts please be . omitted. 'Donna Jeremlassen and Bud Whicker were married March 1, 1931, in the First Lutheran Church in Ault. They have lived k) the Ault community since that time and are engaged In tteir own trucking business in Ault. Mrs. Whicker teaches in . Highland Elementary School. FromhtetotMttwrncelve! '·'the Whickers have three mall with qvttUMa about (Miami, Bob, who Is attending sfghara, so on till March 10, the the University of Northern Colorado, Karen In Nor- Junior College at . "I'm making' aa afghan In HilhSchool. " them together at* my stripi (If oeed .be,. . . . Hosts for Sunday's aren't quite the same length, first before you tie the knot, article lor all ages: celebration will be Bob, Karen I've counted rows and they all (Sometimes the strand gets worth the effort! and Bill, assisted by the match, so what to do now? The untwisted a little and tbit'awky Cuiheran Church Women from knitted strips are «ew» together." , It startB to fray and then get that's the trend of the "70a! Weld Janes at Platteville -·The annual covered dish ' jdncbeon for the Weld County Jane Jefferson Club will be at ; ii:JO p.m. Tuesday, March II, at the home of Mrs. Key [j,"" seam wfll toe, iUjia'whlp of overcast the pIMs together sartie thing happen* M matching rows.'EvUHntly you stoles apd^ ponchos-, alao,. have either tightened or loosened your wortf tnd as long ' "" lit MI fringe Is lorfg.) ' !"I club -- with learning as its end and aim. At another conclave the three were joined by five oilier women. In choosing a name they referred lo many publications, even (lie Bible, when Mrs. Inman described one of the characters in a book she had read who kept repeating ''I want to know." With WTK for short, the club decided (in [he name "Want To Know." There were 24 charter members. The club was limited to 35 members with aims set forth in the bylaws "Ttie object of this club shall be to enrich life through study and research and by sympathy and cooperation to further the general interests of humanily." Three years later the club joined the General Federation and later, the Colorado Slate Federation, thus making it the first federated club in Greeley. From the beginning the club had a very definite framework -- and printed programs. The first "programme" dated Wednesday, Sept. 24, iiiso. included quotations of Oliver Wendell Holmes, poetry and prose selections, and papers on his life. The same was done on Horace Greeley on Oct. 8. 1890. There was a symposium on poverty: a. Cause; b Prevention; c. Cure. (But il is still with us.) The group was interested in social reforms and The Crusades. It touched on an in many forms and on orchids in a paper, "The Orchid and its Haunts," for which an orchid was brought from Slate Normal hothouse. On Dec. 5.1900. The Rights of the Housekeeper vs. the Righls of the Working Girl was debated. Another topic- discussed at a lively meeting. "Is the school for the average child an obstacle lo the genius and over-stimulus to the plodder?" Great celebrations were held on the 25th and 40th anniversaries, the 2blh celebration held in the home »f former Gov. Benjamin 11. ^Ma.ea.aUowt,.^ m^rate a pane, discussi*. ^^ ^me Sarah E. Howard was the local poet and active in the club. During World War I no meetings were held from Oct. H to Jan.Sin 191H-I919 because of the epidemic of influenza. Club costs were spared so money could be used for liberly honds. was fi libra rv (own." A! colebr nic'inbi Kmily 75111 .vnir Mrs. .!'·'. Mrs I"'.i Till- r.'li lnMl:;:i::" in M a k r . cclebnt'' Shir". tradi'jr sinsiii,! Tins iii; t h e K- niver^.-t Tiniv Ibe Hai County Council slates meeting The Weld County Extension Homemakers Council will meet · atl:30a.m. Monday. March 15. :ia the 4-H Building at Island Grove Park. Included on the agenda is a on lint pickers or depending on the individual use. ·e also being half-gallon b discussion r^JTB slated for-AARP- Mrs. Irma Princic will .-- 7" --»« ' fell' on the proposed sales tax In- creaw of one per cent, at the rrjB!sr mTCMnj; of Chapter UN, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). riMM's f j The program is scheduled for Mtp kith year ^ p.m. Monday, March 15, in the A|ms, aMWX ftflowshtp hall of the First CkrJatlM Church, I3th Street at Hat« ; JLat MtWdV MttiM /is'.lo sew .hitsinT'il Morgan, two miles west of TMi ry "i"|TM- together. That cdrtmerdaT 1 " " " "'--" " would be One enepVthat my half afraidito try IE WWtW side edges are not even, can I do?" Somewhere off and on, I've missed a stitch or added a stitch and now eiatteville on Highway Other Platteville Janes will be co-hostesses. The program will be "A Discussion on Democratic Statewide Issues" with Elizabeth Rave as discussion leader.' 'All Janes, and interested : Wn ,t6ali ; **iatthls SoUtkm! Have jnbifear -- if women are urged to attend, y«U|tra«y h^ Itt* Is handy ^ ^^ single crochet around eacn bring a favorite dish to share, and Join In a discussion of issues important to everyone. SAN DAK THIS IS IT! Tht shoes you've heard abovt. The amaiing thot "'« Can reduce back strain caused by rigid shoes · Swim, shower, walk or work in them. IMO llth Ave. imperative stitches - count your shbuW be set, and also shortcycle, cool air. Otherwise you-MI' wishltinyourbaUitubbrii ' SHOWCAS * THURSDAY, MARCH ii THRU SATuR CHp either of the two Kioupofls listed/come into sewlDg ' but if it's wool or a wool-Utud,; "One of my prized then it should be put on towth: possessions Is an «fghin that I to dry. . . . . ' i ' made a co^Ie nf y*H ago. . ' - iJ _ ,; j -;; J After several wasMlgc', I find that the triage isjoefeiifcirig to fray andt (udy\ ;l; batt to _ T .^ ,_..__ ._ , think of cutting anft«nming It granted Itao, nwch'·*- sonU W because I may iW t/K K even, yos art beginners and ha*** 1 Can you suggestairlbingelse experlnc*dakt«lpti)c«)aM ?" and I Hnd that a lot of ««·) Sol.tlon: Oh, please don't cut .aren't explained in dtttail ortrim(DWyouer«rtrytogive entwgh for the novice, ;«Iy, yourself a haircut and cut a advice to you is ;to ,»e»p, little here, and ilftfe there and plugging ;away, apd'.'.trt| end up with alrtiMt'rf ei*wrur? so*«thin| different evenylttntt) That's waat^kJihateen with y» fart.t $tfrl YW M-l tn, Hunt nWtS m M: *-^- '^- -^ 1950 Labor Prices if you upholster now! 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