Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1955 · Page 24
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 24

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 29, 1955
Page 24
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In Uniform .- Seaman, non-rated, JTm W. · Forbes/ above, just recently left · : Greeley following a 14 May leave : ipent with his wife and parents ~ « t !09 Sixlh street. Forbes is now aboard the USS Wasp, an 'aircraft carrier, in San Diejo, 'Calif. ':. Forbes enlisted in the Navy In .October ol 1954 and will be discharged S e p t e m b e r 1958. 'Forbes, 1ft, attended Grccley high. Johnstown Boys on Leave T\vo Johnstown boys are horn on 14-day Christmas leaves fron the Navy's training center at dan Diego. Thev are Seaman Recruits Rob ert Wicst and David Green. Wics Is the sou of Mr. and Jlrs. Ervin West, who live in Johnstown, and Green is (he son of Mr. and -Mrs Wayne Green, who live on route one. The boys'started (heir leaves Dec. 21 and are due back in Sail Diego Jan. 5. They are scheduled lo finish their rccruil training Keh. 2. Green expects to take on-thc- job Iraining at his next base, while Wiest expects lo be assigned to a diesel mechanics school. Wiest and Green both enlisted for four years. They were enlislcd Nov. 17 at the Grccley recruiting slation. Both attended Johnstown ichools before enlisting. made her home. Mrs. Wasley aught first grade in Ihe Plalleyillc chool syslem'for 20 years, resign- ng last fall because of.illness. She ·as a member of the 1'lalleville lolhodist church. Plalleville telephone operators eld Ihcir annual Christmas parly 'hursday nigtit. Games were play- d; a gifl exchange was held; jid cfrcshmcnls served. Those pres- nt were Mestlames Mabel Cain, B a r b a r a ' Taylor, Ellen llcrren, jladys H a r r i s o n , ' J e n n i e Slevcns Grace MorgSn and Gladys Ilar- ison. Announcements have been ccivcd of the engagement of Miss Cathy Jthodcs, daughter of (lie late Mr. and Mrs. I,. E. Rhodes, ant ;corne Marks, son of Mr. am Mrs. Harry Marks of Sterling Miss Rhodes has been making her lomc wilh her sislcr, Mrs. llnlpi Icrgenreter, in Sterling since the lealh of her parents. Wedding date s Feb. 16 at the'First Christian church'in Sterling. Spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gl'y Peace, were Jir. and Mrs. Don Jewell of Wlicalland, W;-o., and Iheir son and his wife,..Mr. and Mrs. Vern Peace, and family of Howard. Betty Mofl'C and Huth Noivlon of Colorado Springs were holiday guesls of Hiss Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Moore. Mrs. Myrtle Goelz left Tties- dav for a two weeks' vacY'on in Phoenix, Ariz., with her son, Donald Moody,' and family.. Local Government CHICAGO ·-- T h e r e - a r c some L 10.00 local governments in the na- . s no disgrice lo have bed bugs but why keep 'em? Consult an ·*· piert at your Rexall Stores. Gilbert 1 Bishop Wtldgrado Drugj.-Adv. Canadian Well, Near Border, Gets Attention DENVER WV- As the end drew near for what should be a record- breaking year (or drilling activity in tlic West, attention was focussed this week on wells from Utah to North Dakota. Also in llic forefront was an ap p a r e n t discovery well in Sakalchc- wan, Canada, Petroleum Information reported the No. 8-31-Lemieux was completed by McCarthy Coloman of Wichita Falls, Tex., and Billings, Mont., for a flow on test fit more than 60 barrels of oil n hour. The lest, was at 3,71S-« feet after Ihe Mission Canyon formation was lopped al 3.G7C feet! The well is 30 miles north of the North Dakota boundary. The weekly summary outlined these oilier developments: Nebraska--Brinkerhoof Drilling has run pipe at its No. 1 Richards well, the first apparent discovery in Garden county. A drillstcin lest lasting'one hour in the D sand at 3.230-Hi) feet recovered 1,560 feet of free oil. The well is 2 miles east of Oshkosh and 20 miles northeast of the nearest production in Hie Dcn- ver-Julcsburg Basin.. . North Dakota--Calverl. Drilling has tirgun 'operations af two wihl- I cat-locations in Ward counly--No. 1 O'Clair and No. 1 Jacobson. Phillips Pclroleum and R. M. Ballard have drilled their No. 1 B r a a t h e n in Divide county lo 7,351 feet and further tests are expected. The well I bad shows of oil in the Mission Canyon and Charles formations. Montana--Tide Water Associated Oil is'continuing tests at its No. 1 Govt-A well in Ihe Cherry nidge area of Blaine county. Abandon- ments marked thq recent Montana drilling picture. Wells declarcd'fail- urcs were Union.Oil's No. 1 Mitten's in Pondcra county. Pure Oil's No. 1 Govl in Powder River county, Chicago Corp.-Ilepubiic Natural Gas' No. 1-NP-C6 in Mussclshell county and Stanolind's No. I-KP-O in Kosebud counly. Wyoming--Stanolicl Oil Gas reported a flow of 144 barrels of oil and 100,000 cubic feet of gas a day on tost of its No. 1 Clark in the Torchlight area of Big Horn coun. ty. Total depth is 3,477 feet. Colorado--Skclly Oil's No. : 2 Mon. taguo well is the first apparent commercial gas recovery from the J sand" in the Cedar Creek Field of Logan counly. A 35-minutc drill- stem tost at 5,070-82 feet brought I'afee24 'OKE'ELEY TRIBUNE .ThursdHy,'.Dec'.'.29,'.1.955 gas estimated at six 'million cubic feel a day.- Utah-Drilling has gone more than two miles- below, the surface at two Uirllali county, wildcats. Phillips Petroleum is takjng- core, samples below 11,924 feet at- its -ell in 34-SS-25E and Carter Oil is below 12,886 feet in 32-MS-20E. , New Mexico--Magnolia Pclrole- um reported'getting 2l barrels of oil in 18 hours at 7,305-20 feet after sand fracturing' operations'in its No. 1 Jicarilia A well in Rio Arriba counly. Tlic well, was drilled .lo 13,590 feet iii granilc before being plugged back. Skclly Oil's McCon- ncll well in the'samc county flowed 750,000 cubic feet of gas.a day from 3,595-605 feet in.the Pictured'Cliffs formation. . · , . Device pleasures Line .: BURLINGAME, ;.'Cpl.-f'A lightweight plaslic device, 1 easily clamped on any fishing rod, has- been developed' b'y I n" Burlingamc firm to aid fishermen in .deter-' mining bait depth, for . trolling. : Tlic line, ru.nning through'" the device, turns-gears that register on a dial the length of-line, paid out. The meter also c?."?'be'used for sounding and for measuring any distance the line 'c~an' reach, since'it also registers on Ihe rewind. ' · · ' Penicillin made in India is available to the public for the first time. . . Jap Ludffct Balanced ' , TOKYO -- Tiie Ja'pense Government's budget for the current fiscal year in balance and is restricted to essential operations. - No gbjern- ment borrowing-is entailed.'· · ; ·Platteville ... : : PltATTEVllXE -- Mr. and Mrs. William Pojycll and l.inrla ol jgnacio are 'spending the holidays in Platleville. Powell is suuetinten- dent of school in tgnacio'and form erly lived here for a number o years. Dinner guesls in the ;home Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor Chris rnns ilay were. Mr., niul Mr" Howard Jolmson and ohirlcy, M Gertrude Fcur 1 and Jack and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. fleece anil Deborah Jo of Independence, Mo. Oddfellow lodge met in regular session Wednesday night with 14 members present. Ernest Knopp, noble grand, was in charge. One guest, District Deputy Grand Master Thompson of -Eaton, was --rrs- «nl. . Joint installation of officers with the Plalleville Rcbekah lodge will be held Jan. 4. District Social club will : I Jan. 15 in Fort Luplon. · Mr. and Mrs. E. M. ]/ng returned to their home in Harbor, .Wash.,' Ihis week aiter spending two months wilh her sister, M.S. Stella Richardson, and other relatives. : . Mr. and Mrs..W. J. M a s o n - J r . , and Iwo. datighlers of Phoenix, ·Ariz., are spending Mie. holidays 'with his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. W. J. Mason Sr. Mason Jr., is a -former Platleville ' m a n and is Reaching in the Phoenix school sys tern. '. Other guesls in the j-Tason home for Christmas dinner were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. anrt jirs. Harold Foil, anil Iwo child ren of Fort Collins. ' . : Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan and .Vcra Ellen spent the pasl week end in Denier at Ihe homo of Mr and Mrs. Warren DeSlion. : " Bessie Hayes oi l.os Angeles Calit., is vititing her Mr 'and Mrs. John Hayes. Miss Haye js a graduate of PH 0 - and i-: leach ing in Los Angeles. / Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bohlcndc: spent Ihe past weekend in. Nc\ Castle, Wyo., visiting their. son-:n law and daughter, Mr. am 1 ' iouis Shook, r.nd children. A large group of Platteville peo pie attended the funeral of Mrs Gwendolin Wasley Tuesday in Ien ver at Olingcr's mortt:ar: r . Buria .was at Fairniount. Mrs. Waslc died suddenly al the residence - · her son, Robert Waclcy, whe-c sh Cattle Spraying Charter Service ' Air. or Ground Spraying Nolan's Crop Dusters Ph. 15^14 or 4117, Grecley 1 It's the BIGGEST urn \\ CLOTHING EVENT OF THE YEAR! '**· Hibbs Annual i ' . ' " · ' . ' . SUIT ; . · f '' . i. and i'Miii: « £---2 I ' ^^^~t SALE! Every Suit and Topcoat in our entire stock reduced! m ...i:y.y*.~f?~:K*: SPORT COATS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SALE! Hibbs

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