Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 24, 1973 · Page 12
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Trlcia Nottingham West High School Kathryn Bartels Greeley Central Lauren Obert Greeley Central Greeley Central Weld County Columbine Girls State delegates selected Carrie Koch West High School Leslie Johnson Platte Valley Permanent Eyelashes Consider the possibilities ... ---permanent -- they last until you shed your own eyelashes --puts an end to using mascara and eyeliner forever -- no eyelash curlers needed $1500 CALL TODAY FOR CONSULTATION AND AN APPOINTMENT FREE Parking In Rear 1229 8th Ave. RUTH'S BEAUTY MART Each year, outstanding junior girls in Weld' County high schools are selected to represent their respective schools at Columbine Girls Slate, a program sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Ten girls have been chosen by Greeley Unit No. 18, the auxiliary to Victor Candlin Post, American Legion. Financial support for the girls is given by service clubs and other organizations in the community. To be eligible for Girls State, a girl must rank in the upper third of her class. She is selected on the basis of leadership, character, scholarship and cooperaliveness. At the conclusion of the week, each representative is to report to her sponsors and financial sponsors, and to the community. Karen Nussbaum of Pawnee High Schoool at Grover, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nussbaum, and is sponsored by the Grover-Hereford Lions Club and the Sunshine Club. Greeley Central High School will be represented by Kathryn Bartels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bartels, 1814 Mountainview Blvd., sponsored by the Greeley Lions Club; Gayla Durand, daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred Durand, 1800 17th Ave., sponsored by the Greeley Optimist Club; and Lauren Obert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene J. Obert, 1630 Fairacres Drive, sponsored by the Evans Veterans of Foreign Wars Post. Kathleen Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Peterson, 1708 12th Ave., will represent University High School. She will be sponsored by the American.Legion Auxiliary. . From West High School, delegates are Tricia Nottingham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nottingham, 253220th St. Road, sponsored by the Greeley Altrusa Club; Dianne Drake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Drake, 2843 15th Ave. Court, sponsored by the Republican Women's Club. From Platte Valley High School at Kersey, the delegates will be Leslie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, Route 4, Greeley; Mardelle Seibring, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neeland Seibring, Route 1, Kersey. The Platte Valley PTC and AD LIBS EAKK1NGS--Hoops galore. Style shown available pierced or non pierced. $ 3 00 Others from $2.00 and up NECKLACE--Give a hoot over our antique looking owl pendant. n , $ 7°° Only / HHACKI.KT-- Add a gold or silver bangle bracelet of unusual design to your wardrobe. Only L %'cbtKes basket 2019 Greeley Mall 353-8452 Store Hours: 10a.m. to » p.m., Monday- Friday; Saturday 10 a.m. to (p.m.; and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jeanne Schmanskt Fort Lupton girl to attend Girls State assembly Miss Jeanne Schmanski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schmanski of Fort Lupton, has been selected to represent her school, Saint Scholastic Academy in Canon City, at Columbine Girl's State, June 1319, at Colorado Women's College in Denver. A junior at the academy, Miss Schmanski was selected on the basis of a speech delivered to the American Ixjgion Auxiliary in Canon City, and a personal interview. She is being sponsored by The Daughters of Isabella, a Canon City service club. Miss Schmanski, who is in her second year at the academy, will be joined next year by her younger sister, Mary Beth. Mary Meier named president of Navy Mothers group Mrs. Mary Meier was elected president, with Mrs. Nell Lott to serve as vice president; Mrs. . Blanche Billington,' secretary and publicity chairman; Mrs. Ella Sherrow, treasurer; and Mrs. Mary Jorgensen, courtesy chairman, when the Past Commanders Club of Greeley Navy Mothers Club No. 15, met at the home of Mrs. A. P. Fox, Wednesday afternoon. Nine members answered roll call and enjoyed a social hour and games after the business meeting. The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m., May 16, at the home of Mrs. Maxine Hays, 1485 10th St. Highland Hills Women golfers plan competition The Highland Hills Women's Golf Association will have a merry-mixup with lee off at 9 a.m., Thursday, April 26. Play will he followed by luncheon at Ye Village Inn. Reservations should be made with Ann Bauman, 352-5549. CASH AND CAKKY WACO, Tex. ( A P ) - Baylor University has a new gimmick to pry donations from abscnl- mindcd alumni. The university's ex-studenl association is m a i l i n g out brown paper bags lo alumni with Ihis message: "Using Ihis official Baylor Alumni Lunch Bag,carry your lunch for a day or Iwo and send what you save to Ihe Baylor Fund." several Kersey organizations are sponsoring these two girls. Named as alternates are Julie Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anderson of Grover, Pawnee High School; and Shelly Schumann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schumann, 182135th Ave Court, University High School. Alternates from Greeley Central include Patricia Bunting, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bunting, 2613 15th Ave.; Marsha Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmes, 2613 15lh Ave.; Mary Nell, 1701 18th Ave., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Nell, 1701 18lh Ave., and Beth Varvel, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. I. (Bud) Varvel, 1905 19th Ave. West High School alternates include 'Betsy MacWherter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. MacWherter, 2526 20lh St. Road; Le Ann Grams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grams, 603 37th St., Evans; Debbie Bollig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Bollig, 2033 26th St.; and Cheryl Ramey, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Joseph Ramey, 2860 15th Ave. Court. Alternates from Platte Valley High School are Karen Geisick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Geisick, Route 4, Greeley, and Joy Heckendorf, daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. R. F. Heckendorf of Kersey. Kathleen Peterson University High Karen Nussbaum Pawnee High School Don mi Travel Service Hillside Mall ~ 356-3311 Yes, We're Open Saturdays

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