Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 24, 1969 · Page 21
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 21

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, October 24, 1969
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FOR THE JOY OF SINGING - A group of about 12 Gieeley boys, all members of the Boys Club of Greeley, sing for the pleasure it gives them. They wiU also sing for the pleasure of members of the Greeley Woman's Club who attend the regular meeting at the 'First Congregational Church Monday at 2 .p.m. One of the group, Joe Lira; 13 goes over, the score of one of the numbers to be presented at the Monday concert. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lira, 326 21st Ave. (Tribune photo by Paul Edscorn) Woman's Glub to Hear Program .. D By Boys' Club Chorus on Monday . * * ' . '.'·', The Greeley Boys' Clu Chorus will piesent a prograi fur the Greeley Woman's Clu at £' p.m., Monday, Oct. 27, the Fellowship Hall of the Firs Congregational United Church o Christ, 2101 16th St.,-with Ke Grafft as their director. The Greeley Boys' Club'wa organized in 1963 and is now located at 614 8th Ave., an' iias a membership of 560. Must is only one of many projects o the club. The members part; cipated in the "Our Part 1 project, dealing with vandal ism.-The club.received nations Dublicity and was honored b; ;he National Safety Council fo its work. Boys' Club activities includ jhysical .education, social act: vities such as game room acti vities, woodshop, arts am crafts, library and summe camping. In addition, they hav a part in "Keystone" club, fo which they collect various item which they send' to the boy in Vietnam. This work has re ceived a merit from the Boys llub of America. · Grafft first started with vol unteer .work- in 'the Boys' Clul in Colorado Springs in 1958. II went into full-time work for th Boys' Club in 1962 and came t ireeley in Decemebr, 1966. H Social Calendar Sunday tile 2 p.m. meeting of the For Friendship Club, First Baptist Church, has been canceled. The cancellation applies only for October. 6:15 p'.m. First Christian Church family night supper. Hostesses, Group 1, Mrs. Ross Adamson, chairman. Program, "Christian Action and Community Service." 6:30 p.m. AAUW, Mr. and Mrs. Reviewers I, Dr. and Mrs. Art Partridge, 2658 17th Ave. Dr. David Bles, reviewer. Monday 6:30 p.m. Social Order of the Beauceant, Assembly No. 22, covered dish supper. 7:30 p.m. Business and Professional Women's Club, orientation, membership. Hos tesses, Sylvia Webster, Emily Svalstad, Evelyn Garvey, Elsie Lind, Mary - Martinez, Ann Spomer. · ' Be Casual PRINTED PATTERN Deo*.-Ait ( (C) 1967 by Chicago Tribune-N.Y.-News Synd.) Button up and go places in this new, flattering version of the classic, comfortable shirtdress. ? Princess lines make back view a slimming one. Printed Pattern 4921: New Half Sizes 10%, 12%, 14V4, 16%, 38%, 20%, 22%. Size 14% (bust 37) takes 3% yds. 35-in. Sixty - five cents in coins for each pattern -- add 15 cents for each pattern for first - class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of (Grceley Tribune 363) Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Print name, address with zip, size and style number. Big, new fafl - winter Pattern Catalog -- 105 styles, free pattern coupon,-50c. Instant sewing book -- cut, fit, sew modern way $1.00. Instant fashion book -- wardrobe planning secrets, flattery, accessory tips, $1.00. KITCHEN CARPET Norseman Qualify Reg. 13.95 £99 NOW O CARPET MART 1621 9th St. 353-0380 By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABY:. My daughter (I' her "Sue") chose-to marry a man for whom nobody in our family has any use. He was in the-service, went AWOL, and finally-got a dishonorable discharge. . . . This didn't set very well with my family because our oldest daughter's husband, was .killed in Korea. We-have a. 20 7 year:old son who is now in Vietnam, and a-27ryear-old who is home after.serving two years in Vietnam where.he lost a leg. · Sue'made it'plain .that she would never set foot in. our home again unless'her husband is made welcome, too. Well, since we love our daughter more than we hate'her husband, we agreed to accept him.. ' Our oldest daughter says if-this terrible son-in-law walks in while she is there, she will walk out. I know there is no easy solution, Abby, but what.should we do to hurt the'least number.of people? UP A CREEK ' DEAR UP: No en* (not even your children) should' dictate whom .you thill welcome into your homt. If you .hav* chosen 1o accept a ion-in-liw for whom you have no use rather than f» "lose" your daughter, that is your right. If your eldest daughter wishes to walk out, that's her right. DEAR ABBY: My husband spends his entire vacation every summer visiting with his parents in Europe, and he says he will continue to do so as long as they are alive. For financial reasons he cannot take me and the children. I think it is commendable that my husband is so considerate of his parents, but at the same time I think his wife and children should be considered. Am I selfish in feeling somewhat resentful? TORONTO DEAR TORONTO: No! The selfish one is your husband. DEAR ABBY: I never could get Gerald to trim the hedges'or mow the lawn. And he always used the excuse that he had hay fever and asthma and couldn't do yard work. Now he goes for shots and practically lives outside, planting everything. he can get his hands on. The reason? A pretty young neighbor girl. She's in her yard a lot. I think you get the idea. Gerald is 57 and this neighbor is 30--our daughter's age! I'm sure she couldn't care less about Gerald, but it gripes me to see him make such a fool of hiHiself. I keep thinking what if her husband comes home and sees my old goat looking at her like she's a chocolate marshmallow sundae! He's apt to part Gerald's hair with a shovel! Should I let him know I'm jealous? Or should I give her some motherly advice and tell her to put Grandpa in his place? . . JEALOUS DEAR JEALOUS: Let Gerald know you're jealous. (He might enjoy it.) But don't say anything to the girl next door. Why spoil the old boy's fun? DEAR ABBY: I have been reading the letters in your column pro and con about sex education in the public schools, and I think you have given the best -advice to concerned parents so far: "Go to school and ask to see the courses given." Too many people are willing to believe everything they hear and read. - . NO LONGER CONCERNED IN L. A. Everybody has problem. What's yours? For a personal reply write to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Calif. 90069, and enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope. For Abby's new booklet, "What Teen-Agers Want to Know," send SI to Abby, Box (9700, Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. Wiglets REDUCED! 6.95 15.95 Sizes 1% and 2 oz. Reg. 8.95 to 12.95 , 3% 07,. weight. Reg. 17.95 and «p. Wlglet form Included. AH of tliem lire 100% human hair of excellent quality. Wide election of colors. T SALE ENDS SAT. AT 6:30 P.M. | * Color Your Hair Beautiful For Fall With A New Wigletl Greeley Wig Center (Forrierly Greeley Hoircrnrr) 1515 8th Ave. Phone 353-1148 belongs to the Optimist' Clubj Greeley Police Department Auxiliary, Weld County Opportunity Agency, Board of Directors of The Greeley Swim Gen/ ter and Babe Ruth Baseball Committee. He is presently attending early ..morning classes at Aims College. Mrs. Merle Overstrcet, chairman of the receiving, hostesses will be assisted by Mmes. Fred Lauridsen, J. P. Kaiser, Clay Apple, Richard Bird and Mrs. Bertha McElroy. . Mrs: Daisy Chick and-Mrs. William Stark will serve as doorkeepers and Mrs. H. H. Harris, as tea hostess chairman. The Greeley VVoman's Club Chorus will practice each Tuesday and Friday, .beginning Oct. 28, at 9:30 a.m. in the Garden Room of the First Baptist Church, under the direction of Mrs. Le Triplett, with Mrs. Cecil DeBey as accompanist. All women interested in singing are invited to attend. Homemakers Hold Meeting In Costume Dress Sixteen members of the Busy Homemakers' Extension Club and one guest, Mrs. Candi Wailes, attended the October meeting in Halloween costume at the home of Mrs. Jim Odle of Kuner. Mrs. Les Herbst and Mrs. Bob Snyder presented a lesson, "Raising Monsters or Junor People." A second lesson, 'Meal Planning" Again -- Just Js Two," was given by-Mrs. Robert Hoff and Mrs. Johnny rlein. : ' Officers, elected for 1970 were Mrs. Richard Reinick, president; Mrs. Corwin Carlson, vice president; Mrs. Robert Hoff, secretary . reporter; and Mrs. Jim Prebish,' treasurer. Members were urged to.send in reservations and attend the bounty Day luncheon on .Nov.' 11, and also to attend'the anniversary dinner at the Farm Fare at Lucerne Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. with installation of the new officers to be conducted later at the home of Mrs. Dave Duell. Reservations .should be confirmed or canceled by Nov. 'io with either Mrs. Jim Odle or Mrs. Jim Prebish. Forest - based industries produce 165,000,000 trees a year in their own nurseries for trans planting to their tree farms. ool Cart Made )f Barrel, Lath If garden clean-up bugs you, rhaps it's because you spend ore time'at.fetch 1 - and - carry an at prune.- and - rake. Ai tool hauling trofley solves the problem. ' B u y a'wood barrel or build a lighf weight, barrel,- high box 'of laths stapled to 2 x 2s. Mount the barrel on a base of 2 x 2s; attach the wheels and handle from a child's cast-off wagon. Rakus and shovels go insidi; Friday, Oct. 2-1, 1%9 (JKEELEY TRIJ5UNE Page 21 the barrel, business end up. Punch holes around the sides of the barrel for hooks, and hang pruning shears, trowels on Ihc outside. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS The wea|her is your ally when you use western red cedar or Douglas fir in your garden., Cedar acquires a true) silver': sheen, fir the soft luster ofpew-t tcr. Either becomes a.. lovely " backdrop for your planting. ' 20?b DISCOUNT (Cash and Carry) Thru Saturday Our New Sanitone Dry Cleaning Facility, 2800 W. 10th Street 20% DISCOUNT Good At Both Locations FREE MOON MAP'S WITH EACH $10 DRY CLEANING ORDER 1214 9th Ave. f* e Cleanup Phone 352-3210 ' LOVE AND A DIAMOND SOUTAIRE DIAMOND TRIOS-FOR TWO IN IOVE got you $450 "EMBRACE"-THE LANGLIAGE OF LOVE Win her t with a diamond from Zales! $110 ··; $195 DIAMOND DUOS FOR HAPPINESS $325 $250 $195 "ENIACE"-ANEWTWISTTO LOVE ;' $175.. ... ',. $225 $295 HEAVENLY CONSTELLATION BRIDAL SETS $55 each $82.50 each DINNER RINGS-DIAMOND BRILLIANCE , f $225 fe-i'-l' · ' '· .: ·· I ·-·- r\ I $125 DIAMOND BANDS-FOR A UFETIf IE OF LOVE \ $195 ZALES ; , _ ' , JtWUEM Wre nothing without your love. $195 106 '«tti St. Use Your BankAmericard Open Friday till 8:30 352-6957

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