Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 28, 1972 · Page 7
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 7

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Who Wants It? COPENHAGEN - I! has been found, lhal even in Denmark's sub-freezing weather a layer of (plastic balls on top of the water will keep a swimming pool ice- free, allowing the owner to lump directly into his unheated pool. . was received Speyer for a OUR MODEST PRICES kelp IJounq We have a special selection of diamonds priced for those who cannot afford large stones. The quality, the cut, the beauty is the same - as in our more expensive larger pieces. he guest ' speaker, Sue Brown of DNC, College, who controversial subject Liberation." She difference between a n d . liberal g servalive groups 3.W. for equal vork for worn fields, vritlen l/l/ei66 / O B ewelert, ^rnc. m Your Diamond Store 81 9 Tenth Sr. Ault News Briefs By MRS. GRAYCE ALLEN |after her several weeks AULT - visit by Professor many ? ollowing her t swered many enable members nformed wilh he] o women in be Women aws, job 1 oppo and schooling. and details of tl work meeting ivili 3 in the former prepare for a run be held there on in Steamboat Springs, through 19. Inte! vention is schedi through 9 to D e n v e r . M n Mr. and N a c'c o m p a n j c d 'ier, Mrs. r home in ·ousel CFWC Mrs. Ginter :ent · meeting, on introduced cr, Professor C, and Aims loke on the ;ct "Women's explained the conservative roups. Con- work with pay for equal en; liberals radical group n.many other Brawn h^s articles oh in America." ylk she an- queslions to to be belter p being given sincss world. 3 informed ol nines, wages n reported on nation project, e given dates te project. A be held May town hall to HDHgfi S3 16 tfl i May 5 and i will be held ings, May 16 rnational' con- iled for June be held in ties. R.I' ;. E . Wagner vyil \ salad supper gular meeting 1 officers. A. F. Mauldin d .the laller's ce Johnson, to iver Saturdaj iere with the family. Mrs. Bertha Brecs relumed mine recently from several veeks .spent .visiting . .with her brother-in-law and sister, ' Mr. and Mrs. John Kidd of Sharon Springs, Kan. While there, the 16th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kidd and Mrs. Brces' birthday were celebrated ogether and attended by relatives. In Weskan, Kan.., she visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cox. A d v a n c i n g Homemakcrs Extension club met with Mrs. ^ynn Clary. Mrs. Harold Stewart was a guest. Officers elected were Mrs. Beverly Wiltse, president; Mrs. Richard Anderson, vice president; Mrs. Orfen- Wright, secretary; Mrs. Donald Foster, treasurer. A committee was appointed to submit entertainment games for Ihe fall festival. Mrs. Stewart- showed and narrated slides taken · on her two trips to Hawaii. , Mrs. Wright will be the lostess on May 17. Air. and Mrs. Arvid Wahlquisf spent Sunday in Laramie, Wyo., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rus'sel! Hoffner and family. Mr. ant) Mrs. Leonard Plageman are spending several days with relatives in 'Sterling. . Sponish Families \ -WASHINGTON - Families of Spanish descent in Ihe United Stale generally have ' larger families than other white na 1 lionalilics. About 6 per cent have six or more children, while less than 2 ' pw cent ol other nationalities' families are that large. Family Planning Workshop Set May 9JO for Welfare Workers 1'Vi., April 28, 1972 G K E E L E Y (Colo.) TRIBUNE.'\1 of| LOS ANGELES (AP) -- \Slsiji iKenton and his bant! will" ap- is pear at.the Newport Jazz Fes.li- aixi 10 at Restaurant A two-day'workshop on family!between health and welfare also invited, planning will be held May 9.wrkers, nnd enable welfare·! the Farm Fare! workers to discuss family, in Lucerne.' The ! planning problems with clients. ' Vorkshop is for welfare s t a f f j Discussions will cover the in Weld anil Larimer Counties, [philosophy, attitudes, legal i Mrs. Annis Gross, family I aspects, contraception, anrli ilanning consultant for thejl ) a ! i c l l t a|u l client education in, and the Stale Department Health. Although Ihe workshop designed for welfare workers, interested health workers are val in New York City, July'3, and the Monterey Jazz Festival in California, Sept. 15. Colorado Department of Health, ssid, the workshop will acquaint ocal welfare workers with the s l a t e ' s family planning. Mrs. Cross said tile workshop is being conducted at the family planning r e q u e s t nf the Colorado ·ogram. 'Department of Social Services; She hopes this will assure other ' sponsors are Hncky better referral and coordination'Mountain Planned Parenthood BEDDING PLANTS I'ansies Primroses Geraniums And Others Also Tomato and Pepper Plants, Asparagus Hoots FRANK'S Seed and Hatchery 7(1!) 10th Street · 352-109S OUR 10OTH ANNIVERSARY YEAR 2 DAY SALE! rday and Monday Only ·· - * Hitt-Graham Dodge is Celebrating Its Second Anniversary With The Largest Sale Ever Seen in Northern Colorado. This includes one of the finest used car inventories to be found anywhere plus ah excellent selection of 1972 Dodge automobiles and the only all new pickup for 1972. Free w Service Clinic Saturday [Only from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (This includes complete diagnostic check on your automobile, any maka or model. This check is conducted by the Pennzoil Corp. in connection with Chrysler trained technicians. No appointment necessary.) · 100 Gallons of Gas With Each New or Used Car Purchased · Coffee and Donuts · Balloons For The Kiddies In conjunction with the Anniversary Sale, Hitt-Graham is offering all of their 1971 and 1972 demonstrators and executive cars at tremendous savings! HITT-GRAHAM DODGE 3561 West 10th Street Hitt-Graham Sales Have Jumped 500 In The Last 2 Years WHY? The only true super market values by frahchised new car dealer on both new and used cars. Speedy low cost availability of financing. The very best in. modern low cost service. Friendly, knowfedg'eable sales personnel. One of the largest parts inventory to be found in Northern Colorado. 10x7' FRONT-CABLE STORAGE BUILDING REG. 144.95 129 No more garage or lawn clutter! 78-inch peak arid large 9'7"x 6'7" interior. Wide 51- In. doors open on clog- f r e e n y l o n roller*. 1), fLOOX KIT IXTKA, IASY TO A S S E M B L E MODEL 4089 REG. 184.9510x10' STEEL STORAGE BUILDING- RUGGED, ATTRACTIVE Elegant styling; 78 inches tall. Doors open 51". Int. 9'7"x 10'T. 568 cu. ft. area. DELUXE 3%-HP SAFETY ROTARY MOWER IS YOUR BEST BUYl Enclosed botlom slops thrown REG. LOW PRICE objocls, vacuum action llfls grass for best possible cut. M O D E L 1558 M O D E L 1561 284.95 8-HP TILLER-2 FORWARD SPEEDS AND A SAFETY REVERSE! 16 h e a v y - d u t y s l a s h e r tines and cost-iron gear case. All s)OO83 controls on fold-up handle. 239 £ REG. 219,35 5-HP TILLER WITH 2 FORWARD SPEEDS AND REVERSE Heavy-duty slasher tines and case. Adjusts 12-26 in. wide. $ 1 Q Q MODEL 1398 REG. $739 8-HP LAWN TRACTOR INCLUDES 36" floating mower 3 speeds forward, neutral, reverse. Auto-type key start, tight-turning differential. $ 639 3-HP 18" POWER REEL MOWER EXPERTLY STYLES YOUR LAWNl Has 6 steel blades, instant hi. REG. adjusters, precision ball bearing reel/ recoil start. WARDS GARDEN SHOP IN GREELEY...ONE STOP FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS WARDS Nights 'til 8:30 Phone 353-0204 I

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