Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 24, 1957 · Page 40
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Page 20 GREELEY TRIBUNE Monday, June 24, 1957 Summer Band Concerts To Open Tuesday Night at Garden Theater Tuesday nishls arc b;iinl concert nifhls ai tlir CSl'K fuinnuT .*fM«MI» « i f ] j , , , . K i - l N ...nil .M i\,. Garden Theater. Concert time is 8 p.m. The 80-piece haml will be directed this s u m m e r by Wayimin K. El Paso, Teiti; Jim McNial.'Ker- itv; Kyle Craw, Odeci, Temi «n) Sally Jones, Ens. Bassoon: R o b e r t Grecnwtll,: Kadi, and Norman Beyer, Hutch i inson, Kans. I Bb Clarinel: Dick Jamie-son, Pueblo; Dfo WoUf, llaxtuo; Steve McNeai. Kersey; Du'ight Dale, l.a Junta; John Warren, Greeley; Tom , , , , | Morrison, Cripple Creek; Joan Laf- poi-sonm-! of the summer band at | (crty ,; rco i ei ,. M e ) v i n ,, ini Us . , I Vtgas, N. Men.; Karen Opper, V»l- (or the tirsl c«n-;,,,.,,_ , vi , r; Vvann( . Sn ,; !h _ Crec . i ·|Ribbon Girls for Greeley Horse Show CLTI to be given Tuesday mghi, June 25 at ft p.m. at the Cardcn Theater is as follows. All Well ! Iteinember Cline ley; l.ouis Nardin. Walsenburg; Arnold I.evsen, Humboldt, S. Dak.; Marilyn Gocldner, Earlham, Iowa; ! Gerald Smilh. McFarland, Cslif.; Walker, conriuelor' of bands at Hlurk M Cimccrl.March ..... Ililik j C | arcncc Mc |',j Oshkosh,' Nchr!| CSCE; Wrtlki-r also is as. 1 : slarn professor of music at L'SC.'K \ lir directs both .ho college e band and the college m a r .Manx Ovei'liire The Carnival of Venice. Wooil (iil Ciiircia, soloist, Denver iccrl lun'4 '1'lie Itakcs of .Mallow . Anderson 'rule San Kraneiseo ICI (Jramle . Lecuuna Cliff Amoth, Springfield, Minn and .Mary Burroughs. Anil. lib Bass Clarinet: Judy Roberts, Dix. Nrlir.; Dale Baldwin, Cadott. Wij.; Ilalph 1U1H70, Brsmfrlon. band which is kmr.vn as tile of the Rockies." Kin lleldcnlebrn (A Hero's ! Wash., and Bob Goodnow, Outstanding high school and col Court«hi|)) Strauss-Harding j wood. lege. band directors and students Hemiine for Band Osscr j Contra Bass Clarineli Robert from several states make up t h e : March Forth . -- Moore; Coe, Grccley and Ralph Levy, Ah Well I flemember . ... . Cline j w«].srnhiirg. The t c i i t a l i v c list of members of AH O Saxophone: Tat Ahhr-tt, the CSCR summer concert band is! Greeley, «ml Beverly Aldrich, as follows: ] Ends. Mules :inri Piet-iilo: .lim Chalc-l Tenor Sairophonc: 1,-iin, Kiiirlmry, Nebr.; Margaret i Barlilone Saxophone: COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 0 M a j o r O v e r h u l ' · E n g i n e T u n e - U p · B r a k e Service Body, Piilnt anil A u t o m o t i v e Gl.isa \V* S o r v i r n Any i M j i k n nf UslnK Only ( i R n i i i n o I'ar -- E x p e r t M e c h a n i c s W A R B E N - n U N T I N G MOTOR CO. Eaton. Colo. Ph. EMo F,l(liT, Fort Colling; Mildred Rus- si-ll, Sheridan, Wyo.; Iluth Lamb, Windsor; Sliirloy Sullivan, Cripple Cornet-Trumpet: Kfith Montlovi, Wise.; John Bennett, Pnnlanri. Orr.; Gil Garcia, Den Speech Clinic July 1-Auq. 9 Editor Urges Fight Against Big Govf. EXCELSIOR SPRINGS,. Mo. a -- Tk" v i f ' f ' pfpsident o/ "Farm __ (journal" n agazinc Saturday nijlit ,. . ur;cd dclejates to the Amerieai The 1957 summer .peeeh flmic: N a l i o n a , Uvcilock AucUon AssQ [or children, a feature of the sum- reserve Americao libertie.- bv (rend ,...,,,,,,, ..,,- , i mer session alCSCE. will be held j f i h k , fc I July 1 throuuh August 9 with scs- : s j vern5men t . I sions on Mondays, Tuesdays. Wed- ; W h-cler I.inda Kills, f.reclcy; D e b - ' v c r ; Hubert Brown, Scott City, ra Kiley, Greeley; Sally n i a n c h a r d , I DCS Mimics, Iowa; Hiirhara Opi per, Valilcrs, Wise, and Gail^Cun: dy, Spcnrfisli, S; Dal;, · Olme and Knglis'j horn: Wally 1 Smith, I'ueblo; Hit-hard Kilmer, POLLING PLACES For The Special Election, City of Greeley, Colorado, July 18, 1957 All registered voters desiring to vote in the Special Election to be held in Greeley, Colorado on date of July 18, 1957 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. will vote at the following polling places:-WARD ONE (1) Voting will talic ijtncc ul Ihe City of Greeley Fire Station, 9th Avenue nnil 7(h Street, Greeley, Colo. WARD TWO (2) Voting will hike pliii'e ;il Meclicr .lunior Hi(fh School Gymnasium located on 81 h Avenue between 14th and 15th.Streets, Grcolcy, Colornilo. WARD THREE (3) Voting will (like pCuce u l A r l i n g t o n Klcmcnlary School Gymnasium, fllli Avenue and 23rd Street, Greeley, Colorado. Uy Order of t h e City Council Dated at Greeley, Colo., Ihis J 8 ( h Day of June ]957 Mart lialch, City Clerk Kans.; Lyle Stevenson, Fort Morgan; Catherine Lenzini, Pueblo; Ronald Kllislon, Denver; Charles MiiEurean, EdinhurR, Tex.; John Hall, Akron; Alex Sloffel, Enrter- lin, N. Dak.; Gary Browning, flrcele.y, and Rorald Meuli, Onro, Wis. French horn: Jim Miller, Grce 1 ley; Cal Coleman. Thermopolis, Wyo.; John Brown, Charleston, Mo.; Richard Temple, Lilimer, Iowa; Bclty Mafgurean, Kdinhurg, Tex.; Kenneth Budd, Complon Calif.; Belh Lamb, Windsor, and LcRoy Lcverson, Moorhead, Minn Trombone: Don Adey, Burlington, Iowa; Dean Werner, Greeley; Bob Conrad, Crescn, Iowa; Tom Shirley, Minneola, Kans.; Esther Thistle, Philllpsburg, Kans. and Gala Frazee, Ends. Bartitonc: Mclvin Thistle, Phil llpsburg, Kan. and Olio Werner, llolyokc. Tuba: Slan Iladcliifc, Sterling; George Clark, Deadwood, S. Dak.; .Tomes Jacobson, Spring Valley, Wise. String Bass: Vlnce Pulicicchlo, Moorhead, Minn, and Jim Dailey, Hutchinson, Kans. Percussion: Don Larscn, Me Langhlin, S. Dak.; Arnold Quinonez. Scollsbluff, Nehr.; Ted Madsen, Denver; Charles Harlan, Isleton, Calif.; Marilyn Jonct, Swea City, Iowa. Ault AULT -- Airs. Mads Hansen was hostess to North Side club for a I covered dish luncheon last week. Club guests were Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. Harold Fletcher and Mrs. Roy A. Laney. Usual business mccling was held nnd roll call was answered by each one telling where they first lived and when they were married. Mrs. Corn Maskill was in charge ercmry and |y\cM88ien Welcome You, Summer Students Here we can oHer you the beit trade in t o v n for your car on a brand new Lincoln or Mercury. or tip-top condition thruout your stay in Greeley. Our service department ii fully equipped to repair any make or model of car. "Prices Are Born Here -- and Railed Elsewhere" McMILLEN MOTOR CO. 1412 8th Avenue Virg McMillcn, Owner Phone 615 Eight of the 16 ribbon girls for tht Greeley hona ihow at liland Grove park ntxt Saturday and Sunday sr« Piclu_red above. They are, left to right, front row: Trudy Lundy, Janice Johnson, Brende Nesbit end Pet Carlson, ell of Greeley. Back row: Nancy BeH, Greeley; Marlene Tracy, DrigHton; Anlte Swanson, Windsor, and Bobetta Holmei, La Sollo. The tint ihow it 7:30 p.m. Seturdey will be followed by o junior show at 2 pjn. Sunday end another performance at 7:30 p.m. Sundey. Meny of the finest show horiei in the woit will be lien In action. Tribune photoi by Robert Wldlund. Other ribbon girls for the Greeley horse-show are, left to right, front row: Susan Anderson, Greeley; Beverly Anderson, Earon; Dixie Wailei, Johnstown, and Pat McDonald, Ault. Back row: Joy Kunzmah, Fort Lupton; Sandy Mason, Greeley; Cynthia Stevens, Greeley, and Sharon Sterkel, Greeley. Temple Stephens, widely known owner and judge of horses, will judge the show here, which will have a total of 30 classes and feature special entertainment by the Lakeweed Wesfern- aires, a group of youngsters skilled In handling horses. The Westernalrei will b« seen In an exhibition of formation riding. of games and prizes were given to each one present. Mrs. Ralph McDonald will receive (he club for the next meeting. Young Matron's club met in country home of Mrs. Fred Slull 'or business meeting Thursday evening. Plans were arranged for a picnic for husbands and families in Lalon park July Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith re- 1 Harrison in a new Plymouth which was a graduation gift from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sivers. Mrs. Jolin Cherry of North Hollywood, Calif., arrived by plane Wednesday to be at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Bertha May, in Weld County General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ralhbun of Lark, Utah, are visiting here with the latter's mother, Mrs. Anna Tldwell, and her sisters, Mrs. 0. A. traveled 400,000 miles In his 36- year delivery career. Mills began with a horse and buggy on a 24-mile route, ended up with an automobile nnd a 50-mile circuit. urncd home Tuesday after two | Bunch and Mrs. Arden C. White weeks' visit in Ontario, Ore., with heir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Elder and family. Kenneth Camphcll of Phoenix, Ariz., arrived here Tuesday called y the illness of his mother, Mrs. Liona Campbell, who was taken to and in Denver with her sister, Mrs. Lctha Strange, They will also visit Mrs. Rathbun's brother and sister- in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Tidwell of Longmonl. Judy Archer and Connie Manweiler took part in the AAU con- Weld County General hospital Won- test Saturday. Judy won the Colo- day. Irado stale championship in Iwirl- Alan Bell of Monrovia, Calif., came here Tuesday lo visit his father-in-law, Frank Mclntyre. Thursday the men left lo visit relatives in Iowa. Ross Sivers left Monday for Harrison, N, J., to begin his work with Worthinglon Corporations. He will receive three months training at Harrison and other plants of the , corporation before being assigned ! to his permanent location. lie received his degrees in business and mechanical engineering at CU recently. Sivers Is driving to a rural mail carrier, eslimates he ing in the open division and placed second in strutting in the open division. Connie in juvenile division placed third in twirling. Mrs. Mamie Morris of Yuma has been visiting here several weeks in the home of her daughter, Mrs. William V. Nix and family. This Is Progress NEWBERRY, S. C. Wl -- Willie L. Mills, who recently retired as and Thursday; from l p.m. lo 3 p.m.. according to Verne Ahlberg. director of the clinic and W h-cler McMUien of Philadel- pi ,j a . a id "mill'ons ol yaucs ror-a no | onser h a v e , he i- tbcr[v (o ,;,.. ddc what (o do ccrtain yesr , associate professor of speech. | 0 f |j, e j r ii ves . The clinic will be held at Kepner | -y olli a s leaders, should take Hall 105, 'the laboratory school | e v c r y s i e p to prevent big govern- I'-jliding. Children under 10 years j mc!U r rom gcttins any bigger. cli are asked lo report from 1 p.m. [Don't ask the federal government to 2 p.m. and children over 10j t o d 0 anything you can do local- years old should report from 2:ly," MrMillen urged. p.m lo 3 p.m. 11 the 1 o'clock hour is inconvenient for out-of-lown younger children, mothers may bring (hem at 2 p.m., Director Ahl- Forest Xoel, Lewistnn, Jtont, was elected president of the association. J. W. Marvel,of Webster City, Iowa, was elected vice president. Short salt supplies have caused Portugal to requisition all salt in salt pans and warehouses, to protect its codfishing and chemical trades, Lisbon reports. ·······················4 berg jays. Any child with any kind of speech i difficulty may attend Ihe school. Kuwait City is gelling bids on Mr. Ahlberg may be contacted by a 10,000-line telephone exchange, telephoning 2000, extension 742R | or his home phone 4S98J. The 1956 clinic served 35 children with articulation problems, cerebral palsy, hard-of-hcaring, stuttering, aphasia, cleft palate and delayed speech. They were from Greeley, Cheyenne, Windsor, Johnstown, Eaton, Ault, Brush, Evans, Loveland and Pueblo. Dial telephone pads wilh magnetic pencil . . . in colors, too! S ummer WELCOME To Greeley For your dog we have a complete line of ... "Quaker Oats Ken-L Product?' Cheaper in the bulk MEYER BROS. HATCHERY 719 7th St. Phone 1826-W have you HEARD? WOODY'S has MOVED! Woody's has moved In with Kiley the* Cleaner at Kiley's downtown office, 920 9th Street, op' posite the Court House.! KILEY THE CLEANER WELCOMES WOODY'S! Welcome, Woody's! We're slRtl you're with us. See Wooily's Tor a complete selection of newspapers, magazine?, tobaccos, c o n f e c t i o n ? . And foe Kllcy Ttifi Cleaner for h o t t e r rtry d e n n i n g . Two c o n v e n i e n t Jo- cnHons lo s r r v p you f a s t e r : our downtown o f f i c e opposltfi Ihe Court House, and our Drive-In O f f i c e on, Ifith Strool! KILEY'S DRIVE-IN · 82 ° 16th st - · 920 9th Avc. We Give PIOIS'EER STAMPS GREELEV'S FRIENDLIEST STORE FCTODLINER Welcome, Summer Students! For Your Shopping Convenience And Low Everyday Food Prices, Choose Gordon's Foodliner Shop In the Cool Evenings . . . See Store Hours Below We Give Green Stamps OPEN SUNDAYS TILL 6:30 P.M. WEEK DAYU TILL 9:00 PJW. CORNER OF 9th Ave. at 25th Street

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