Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 25, 1969 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, October 25, 1969
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Pnjrc S GREELKY TH1IUJNE Sat., Oct. 25, 19fi9 Scout News Evans Pad: 10 [second, and Gary Swanson Activities for Halloween in-;tliird. Best under-age cub in eluding a costume parly, costume parade, jack - o - lantern - Lambert. Susan Cook, del making contest and Halloween skit, were part of the festivities of the Evans Pack 40 mooting. the costume contest was Jody mother, had the best adult cos tunic. Judges for the conies' were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ham held at Chappelow East Schoo | in an a Mr . nn( | Mrs. Dairy in Evans on Wednesday. Bcavcn. Afler the opening by Den 1. Dm 3 presented a skit lillec "Eheneezer (he Ghost." Den 2 had the surprise skit. "Gob. lins '11 Gel you." Kobin Sum- crau. webclos den chief, led a short skit. In the jack-o-lanlcrn-makinf cin'csl. Gary Swanson placet first, Luke Gonzales, second and Bret Mojrlang third. Placing in the costume contest were Chris Powell, first; Ray Cruin, AUTO OLASS For All Cars A M Glass 624 13th St. Ph. 352-6248 Cub Master George Trulchlc presented awards, assisted b Kay Nobles, committee chai man for Troop 40. Those receh ing awards were Bob Lambcr; Gary Swanson, tie slid for recruiting; Mark Phillips two recruiting tic slides; Wayn Nobles, brought into Wcbelo by Allen Palmquist; .Irry Gil son, showman activity for Wcl clos colors; Hick Palmquis acting den chief for Den 2; Ala llahn, acting den chief for DC 1. John Sumerau, champion cir 'tis ticket, salesman, receive hrce patches. Others receivin alchcs for ticket sales wcr Janny Zubrod, Manuel Mar line?,, Bryan Foos, Jay Gibson The Candidate to Represent the PEOPLE of Ward 1 on the City Council Un Rcprcsentante Verdad de Todos Los Obreros y Trabajadores! NOVEMBER 4th! Paid for by the committee to elect Wayne Sodtnan VOTE W I N N E R OF TV SET - Paul Bechthold, left, 2075 17th Ave., winner of a portable RCA color television set during the recent observance of the GOth anniversary of the Gilbert Pharmacies in Greeley, is shown receiving the prize. Presenting the first-place prize to him were Tom Inman, center, manager of Gilbert's Westview pharmacy, and Carroll Gilbert, president of Gilbert Pharmacies. A list of the winners of prizes appears elsewhere in today's Tribune. Gary Swanson, Donld Prather Vathan Kline, Kevin Boyer anc 'effry Durr. The pack, which has taken are of raising and lowering the ag at Chappelow East School ast year and this year, was iven a hand of appreciation by choo! officials. For closing, Den 4 did a pan- omine to a ghost story, "The olden Arm." Allen Palrnquist etl the prayer to Hie great spir- . Den 3 received the attendance ivard for the evening. The next pack committee neeting will be at tiie home of 1r. and Mrs. Hay Phillips at :30 p.m. Members are asked note the time change. Blind Pay Half-fare TOKYO--Among benefits re- eivcd by the blind in Japan ,re half-fare on railroads; ex- iinption from the radio listcn- ir's fee charged by the Japar Broadcasting Corp.; special pro- 'isions for long-term, low-inter- isl loans for technical training ind other purposes; preferentia admission to public housing anc exemption from postal charge? or mail and publications in iraille. NewRaymer., By MRS. DON HORTON NEW RAYMER-Mrs. Robert Thompson and Gayle of Denver visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs; Jerome Meyers, from " i d a y morning until Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Crosby, Joyce, Jancane, Janelle and Mrs. Jay Miller went to Sterling Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hnizdil and Tommy and Mrs. Art Crosby went to Fort Morgan on Friday. Denise Smith of Salida is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan and Denise were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Crosby and girls. Mrs. Don Horton, Rock, Chris and Cindy spent from Friday evening until Sunday visiting Mrs. Horton's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Underwood and other relatives in Greeley. Mrs. Don Horton and Cindy visited with Mrs. Bill Mc- Gaughey and girls in Wiggins, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Littlefield .spent from Saturday till Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roland Carter and children in Casper, Wyo., and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lilllefield and Jeffery in Sheridan, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bishop of Snyder were Tuesday evening supper guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Littlefield. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Breazeale were Tuesday evening super guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ashbaugh of Buckingham. Mr. and Mrs. John Busch and Timmie of Prospect Valley 1 ,vere Thursday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les Kuhn. Miss Deborah Artzer and Miss Peggy Jarvis of Danbury, Conn., .students t CSU, spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake Artzer. The FHA girls had to postpone their cabbage pocket supper and stave sale Thursday night be- ·ening cause of bad roads. It wilt be Thursday, Nov. 20, at 5:30 p.m. WASHINGTON - The pay of federal civilian workers has been raised 15 times since 1948. Weld County Real Estate Transfers Document fees listed art at the rate of one cent per $100 of the selling price. Property selling for less than $500 Is exempt. OCTOBER 22 Paul A. and Betty J. Russe: o Fred B. and Mary A. Scab! er, the S 330 feet of the SV f the SVV/4 of the SW'/i of Sec 1, T 1 N, R 67 W, DF $1.20. The Fort Lupton State Ban Fort Lupton Building Corp ols 9 and 10, Block 18, For upton, the S 4.6 feet of Lot nd all of Lot 8, Block 18, Foi upton, also Lots 11, 12, 13 an 4, and the S 19.1 feel of Lo 5, Block 18, Town of Fort Lupon, DF $25. Marguerite Deen to Gruelt T 3aker, Lois 14, 15 and 16, Bloc 1, Town of Erie, DF $.20. H. A. and Dorothea G. Klie r er to Richard S. and Susa '. Eck, part of Lots 402, Bloc! , Glenmere, DF $2.30. Roy C. Mathews to Kennetl !. and Louise Absher, Lot 4 lock 2, Country Estates, DF 50. Roy C. Mathews to T. J. ani ina C. Warden, Lot 7, Block Country Estates fourth filing F $.50. Harold L. and Genevieve E yde to Loel D. and Joanna C .ouse, Lot 22, Block 4, Secon* ddition to Westview, DF $2.50 Roy C. Jr. and Patsy A. Curti Thomas G. Jr. and Barbara ean Pitcock, Lot 25, Block bird Addition to Westview, DF 2.55. Leroy J. Dupper to Raymom . and Kathleen A. Larson, Lo 4, and the S feet of Lot 15 lock 12, Fourth Addition ti dward Homes, DF $2.55. Homer J. and Hazel M. Noff nger to John C. and Rache enhart, Lot 3, Block 3, Firs ddition to Westview, DF $2.28 Vivian L. McCune to Walte . and Esther M. Schmidt, Lo Block 3, First Addition tc eadowlark, City of Greeley F $2.25. )ies Recipient in Texas HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - wain Shannon Marlow, 52, o roken Arrow, Okla., who re eived a heart transplant Jum died Thursday night in St uke's Episcopal Hospital. A hospital spokesman sail arlow "has been- sufferin; om infection of the lungs anc astrpintestinal systems . . ." Marlow was the 20th recipien mong 21 heart transplants per ormed by a team of surgeon eaded by Dr. Denton A. Cooley here is one other survivor. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS MISTER BREGER "At least I was GRACIOUS sitting through all those baseball and football and basketball and hockey games . . . " 17 Nations Urge U.N. Seat For Red China UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. AP) -- A group of 17 nations called on the United Nations Frilay to seat Communist China in he world organization and "to expel forthwith" the representa ives of Nationalist China. Albania's- name appeared as he first of the 17 sponsors of a ·esolution in which this demand s made to the current General Assembly. Sponsors of the resolution, in addition to Albania, are Algeria, Cambodia, the Congo Republic, 'Juba, Guinea, Iraq, Mali, Mau- itania, Pakistan, Romania, South Yemen, Sudan, Syria, 'anzania, Yemen and Zambia. The annual debate on the eating of Peking is scheduled o lake place in the assembly Mov. 3. Caesar Tried to Desalt ALEXANDRIA, Egypt -- In 49 B.C. Julius Caesar tried to con- ·ert salt water into fresli dur- ng the siege of Alexandria. Three Honored Dr. Alice Yetka, Dr. Roland Waterman and Dr. Ramon P. Heimcrl of the School of Business were awarded certificates 'or service by the Business Education Associalion of the Colorado Education Association n Denver last week. These dwards, made for the first time .his year, were designed to .hose who have made outstand- ng contributions to business education- Bybee Speaks Rodger Bybee, instructor in larth Science and Geology, jresented a paper at the Re- ;ional National Science Teacher Association Convention in Salt Lake City on Oct. 10-11. En- itled "Earth Science in the City," Bybce's talk included ra- ionale for an environmental approach to earth science with several examples of possible aboratorics to be used by up- er elementary students. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS 21/2 M i l e s West of Greeley, Hwy. 34 ORDER NOW for T H A N K S G I V I N G and CHRISTMAS Beautifully Bound BIBLE .The most cherished Christmas gift! Coll Tore A. Strand, 352-9134 or Ruth Flood, 352-4670 Attend The IS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST AT THE GREELEY COMMUNITY BUILDING - 710 10th AVENUE LARGE CHOIR FROM ALL OF WELD COUNTY THIS TEAM CONDUCTS CITY WIDE CRUSADES All Over America. They are young men with a message for youth. JOHN McKAY--SONG LEADER Next To Heaven Music 8 Great Nights 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 through Nov. 2 THIS CRUSADE IS FOR EVERYONE No Creed But Christ Crucified, Risen and Coming Again FREE NURSERY, ARCS .1-3, Hillside Baptist Church, 9th Arc. 25th St.. JAMES ROBISON--EVANGELIST Down To Earth Preaching CHRIST CAN MEET YOUR EVERY NEED, GIVE HIM A CHANCE

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