Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 29, 1972 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, April 29, 1972
Page 10
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10 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Sat., April 29, 1972 John Ralston To Address Dinner lor Scoufleaders D e n v e r Broncos General .reeled off eighl slraight winning Manager and Head Coach John compaigns. Kalston will be Ihe banquet speaker at the l.ongs Peak Council Scoutieaders Fiecogni- tion Dinner on Sunday, May 7, rialston was born in Oakland, Calif, and attended elementary; and high school in Norway, 1 Mich. After serving 2% years \ in the Marine Corps during W w ' at the Colorado Slate University III, he entered the University, Student Center in Fort Collins, of California at Berkeley where! Ralston came lo (he Broncosjhe was graduated in 1951. Raisin January from Stanford fresh I ton played linebacker on two " " I his second consecutive Bowl victory over na- from Rose tinnally ranked, Big 10 representatives Ohio Slate and Michigan respectively. In nine seasons at the Stanford University helm. Ralston caplurcd Iwo Pacific Eight titles, compiled an impressive 54-3G-3 record and John Ralston FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 10th Avc. and 10th St. 9:00 a.m. Church School 8:00 and 10:30 A.M. Worship Service* "Motto and Motive" The Rev. Marvin H. Adam» Church Staff The Rev, Marvin H. Adami Dr. Ben H. Chrlttrier Dr. Charles W. McLain The Rev. Mils 'Deanna Bleyle Mr. and Mrs. John A. Berry Nursery Provided (R. N. Supervision) Can / « · » 9 .*'-' scientific?' Come to I his Christian Science Lecture MONDAY, MAY 8th 8 p.m. 15th St. and 10th Ave. of Cal's Rose Bowl teams. Ralslon and his wife, Patty, have three children, twin! daughters, and a son. The R e c o g n i t i o n Day; activities will begin with a rc-1 ception and fellowship period for all Scouters at 2:30 p.m.; Dr. A. R. Chamberlain, president of Colorado State Universities the general chairman of (be Recognition Dinner Committee, i The recognition and awards! ceremony will begin al 3:30J p.m. in the Student Center theater with Bill Wyatt of Fort Collins presiding. Ralston will speak at Ihe 15:30 p.m: evening banquet which will be held in the West ballroom of the Student Center. ' The afternoon program will include the presentation of Woodbadge Training recognition, Veteran Awards, presenta- lin of District Awards of Merit and will be highlighted by the presentation of the Silver] Beaver and Silver Fawn Awards by Judge .lolin J. Mc- Intyrc, chief justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court. Tile Heaver and Fawn Awards are the highest recognitin that can b e bestowed upon adult Scouters by the council for outstanding service to boyhood. In addition to the address by Coach Halston, the evening ban- fjiict wll include recognition for Scouts and Explorers who have .earned (he Eagle badge during :tbe past year by Council Ad- jvanccment Chairmen William! |A. Rine'r of Cheyenne. I The Longs Peak Council Iserves over 15,000 boys and Headers in the 13 county norlh : eastern Colorado ant! southern Wyoming area. Offices are maintained in the Farr Scout Service Center in Grecley. The jorganizalibn is a participaling agency of Ihe following United Funds: Mile High U n i t e d Way, Laramic County, Albany Cnunly, Cnrhon County, Love- land-Berthouri, Fort Collins, Yuma County, Fort Morgan,' Brush, and Weld.County. Reservations for the May V dinner win be made by writing to the Longs Peak Council, Box 11B6, Grceley, 80G31, or can be made by phoning the Council office at 352-6305. CARTERSVILLE, Ga. (API -- Harlow Superior Court Judge J.L. 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