Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 29, 1972 · Page 14
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14 GRBELKY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Sat., April 29, 1972 W.T.K. Club Concludes Year -With Paper by Mrs. Allnutt ·"Another Mother I.ode" wa presented by Mrs. William Allnutt as the final paper the year for the W.T.K. Club Wednesday afternoon during Social Day celebration in the home of Mrs. Rex Eaton Jr. Hostesses tor the traditional salad luncheon were Mmes. C a r l Reichhardt, Joseph Haefeli, John Weber and Dona' Wilkinson. Mrs. Allnutt said that mineral treasures within Colorado's mountains eluded men for many years, but once they were discovered, Colorado boomed with adventurous miners who settled the state. She pointed out, "Today Colorado is capitalizing on yel another native treasure, snow, O l d towns are being rejuvenated and new ones are being created. Real estate prices sky rocket and the mountains resound with the sounds of construction as the ski industry continues to expand." Showing charts and pictures, Mrs. Allnutt concluded, "The days of long, quiet winters are gone since snow sports have e s t a b l i s h e d themselves a s a major factor in Colorado's economy. It is a different world; and who knows where It will end, tor success means publicity and publicity means more success, and more success means more people." The retiring president, Mrs. John Todd, thanked . her e x e c u t i v e board before presenting the gavel to Mrs. Joseph Haefeli, the new p r e s i d e n t . Conducting the Remainder of the meeting, Mrs. Haefeli, called upon her p r o g r a m chairman, Mis of William R. Farr, to introduce next year's program which is the based on the theme, "The Coming of a New Generation. Yearbooks were distributed and Mrs. Farr gave a brief resume of each topic to be studied. Miss Mary Picrpont from ,1(1 Ossining N.Y., was a guest of Ihe club. Members of the W.T.K. Club will resume meetings at a fall tea at the home of Mrs. E. I. Varvel Jr. 1905 10th Ave; at 2 p.m. Wednesday, September 20. Tribune CHICAGO (AP) - Julie Nixon Eisenhower has told a health conference that private a n d v o l u n t e e r initiative achieves more than government action in Ihe United States. . Mrs. Eisenhower, younger daughter of the President, spoke Thursday of the role played in health by "people who are willing to reach out to others." Her remarks were addressed to a conference on health education sponsored by Ihe American Medical Association and its women's auxiliary. OLD TOWN, Maine" (AP) City Council pondered then decided not to name a new street for a French Jesuit of centuries Jgo, Father Bigot. The streets in Ihe city's newest subdivision had been named tifier well-known Jesuits. But councilors decided lhat :he pronunciation of Bigot-- Bee-goh--Street might nose a problem. By Abigail Van Buren le \m *i CMcm Trt»»». H. Y. Km int., int.] DEAR ABBY: What's gotten into you? Everyone is entitled to privacy! I refer to those people who were vacationing near Monterey when a car full of strangers drove up, and asked if they could share their picnic table. I think they had a lot of . nerve trying to butt in that way. I give those people credit for saying, "No, wo want our privacy." You took the part of the intruders and gave out with a lot of dialog about "caring and sharing." Look at the English, They are great protectors of their privacy. You don't see them letting just anybody move in and get chummy with them. LIKES MY PRIVACY DEAR LIKES: For the other tide at tie coin, pleis* read on: . DEAR ABBY: After reading about the people who : didn't went to share their picnic table, I couldn't help but think how much they were missing. Privacy can be found in the confines of one's own home, and if that is what one wants, he should stay home. We are not world travelers, but we have had many memorable outings when we took our children camping. We've shared picnic tables [and even lunches] with strangers from all over. Had we wanted our privacy, we never would have met the two charming retired schoolteachers who were crossing the country on the narrow back byways instead of the . freeways. ["You don't see anything from an airplane!"] Or the parly of happy young people who insisted that we share their campfire on Ihe banks of a river one beautiful moonlit night too beautiful to describe. Our children have romped with children of every-color »nd creed, and it has enriched their lives. Once we joined a family with nine children who were giving "Mamma" n vacation from the kitchen, treating her to a dinner of peanut butter and jam sandwiches and chocolate milk. Those who shun strangers will never know the wonderful feeling of making friends of strangers, and have them blow you kisses when you wave them goodby. Privacy seekers miss the whole point of living in, and enjoying, God's beautiful world, which belongs to all of us. I weep for them, and their growing numbers. RECEIVED MORE THAN WE GAVE DEAR ABBY: 27 years ago, I married a smart, young, ambitious man. Climb! Climb! Climb! Year after year the goals got higher. He worked, worked, worked! Last week I nearly lost this wonderful man to a heart attack. What good was the split level home, the beautiful furniture, the sterling silver, the mink, the extra car? My only prayer was that this devoted husband and father ihould live to enjoy the fruits of his hard-earned labor. I reproached myself n thousand limes for having demanded so many material tilings. I nearly worked him to death. No wonder most women outlive their husbands. I was lucky. Thank God mine is going to make it. Abby, please tell young married women to settle for less and not to drive their husbands to exhaustion. Sign me, GRATEFUL DEAR GRATEFUL: No one can tell it like the one who's been'there. Thanks for the reminder, DEAR ABBY: Three of my friends came here for lunch and bridge the other afternoon. One is a widow, the other a divorce* and the third is married. They all had a wonderful laugh over a sign they had recently seen in the needlework department of. The Farmers Market. "NEEDLEWORK HAS TAKEN THE PLACE OF SEX" Needless to say no one brought out her needlework, even when she was dummy. E. L. M.: MALIBU - Wh«t'» ywr problem? You'll f«1 n«U«r If you get It »ff ywr cteft. Write U ABBY. Box tt7*, L« Aagelei, C.I, MM). F«r *tr*n*\ rtply enclMt tlinped, · nvebp*. H*te U write klUrit S**l »1 U) Abby. B«x : AH«*«», C»l. ***. f»r Abby'i *·**. "H«w to Write '·:' Urt fcc All Octtf*." p Women's Pages Blanche Dempsey, Editor; Rose Mary Koob, Assistant \Service Club Given 'View' of Seattle Karen May Ullman Engagement Announced s Mrs. V c 1 m a Ullmau of ohnslown announces the en- agement of her daughter, Caren May, to John Frazcc, son f Mrs. Slona Frazco of Cave n Rock, I I I . The bride-elect is a 1969 raduafe of Roosevelt High school at Johnstown, and is now mploycd by Ihe Ixweland Backing Co. Her fiance is mployed by Preston Steel Inc. f Kvans. A May wedding is being lanned. Mrs. Matthews Gives Review, For Tourist Club Meeting l anel Will )iscuss Ideas \t Open House Trained psychologists and sychialrists on the staff of the lental Health Center, Inc., will old panel discussions at an pen house at the Stepping tone, 11th Street and 5th Ave- ue, on Monday, Tuesday ;ind Wednesday evenings, May 8-30. The public is invited to hear :ese discussions and participate in the question-answer per- od to follow. Visitors will be hown through the Stepping ilone tn learn more about what s being done at this day care enter for persons with menial roblems not serious enough to equire hospltaliy.alion. Theni- eutic sessions are held three lines a week End have a social sped. The services at Stepping Stone re open to anyone requesting I, without referral. Service barges are pro-rated as to bilily to pay. Refreshments will be served he public at the open house chcdulcd each evening from :30-9 p.m. Anyone interested in his work is urged to attend. Volunteers are needed by the dental Health Center. "Hallelujah, It's a chariot" young Evelyn Hendricks cried when her father, the Rev. Andrew Hendricks, drove into the yard with a not-too-new Ford touring car. This and other amusing events in the livej of tho minister's family ,are related in a book called "Hallelujah Chariot" by Evelyn Hathaway, which Mrs. Ralph Matthews reviewed for the April meeting of the Tourist Club at the home of Mrs.V. Timothy. In "Hallelujah Chariot," Mrs. Hathaway fells of her father's early life and his struggle to become a minister, working at many jobs from delivering coal to delivering hats for a milliner who had no qualms about selling her homemade hats in boxes with Paris labels. Andrew almost lost his job, too,'for refusing to make such deliveries, but everything turned out well when the owner ceased using the Paris-boxes, and later presented the new Mrs. Hendricks a beautiful pink hat which had really come from Paris and which had been admitted each lime the bride passed the store. Her joy was cut short when President Phineas Bresee of Nazarenc College of Pasadena, which the young minister had attended, warned him that the congregation in the little church which they were to serve might not approve of the hat. They didn't, so the bride locked her lat in her trunk lest she be empled to wear it again. j After years of ministry in various towns, the minisler, his wife and seven children were living in a wealthy neighborhood n Pasadena where Ihe residents were not too friendly. But he hcauliful back yard of the Hendricks home, soon became he gathering place for the children of the neighborhood, and he family was accepted. When the Rev. Hendricks brought home the "chariot," other names were suggested and discarded, ami Evelyn's name was adopted for the car. One of the children ventured lhat "if everyone held someone, they could take about 24 of their new friends to Sunday School." The dream of both the Rev. Hendricks and his wife had always been tn go to India as missionaries, but when Dr. Bresee died, his son insisted that Dr. Hendricks was Ihe only rierson to become president of the college. "Perhaps we can go to India when all. the chil- dren are through school," Mrs. Hendricks sighed. The next Tourist Club meeting will be a salad luncheon oh May 16 at the home of Mrs. Carolyn Dunsmore, 1009 13lh Ave. i Fourteen members of the Ser- i'vice Club of the First Christian I Church were treated to a bird's- eye view of Seattle, Wash., by ,Mrs. William Heilman, who frequently flies to Seattle to visit her daughter, Edith, and family, the Melvin Baseys. The group was invited to the home of Mrs. C. I. Cecil for its April meeting. The hostess was assisted in serving dessert by her sister, Miss Florence Whitehead. The meeting was called to order by the president, Miss Cora Carrel. During devotions the hostess, Mrs. Cecil, provided piano selections, playing one present gave her favorite verse of scripture. "Jesus, My'Son," a narrative poem by 'Helen Rayburn -Caswell was read -by-- Grace Bruckner.- : · . ·· The May meeting is scheduled for 8:30 a.m., May 12, for breakfast at Sambo's. ' GRAND'HAPIDS, Mich. (AP) --* Patricia Roberts Harris of Washington, former U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg, will p receive the 14th Aquinas College medal Saturday in Grand Rapids. The award goes to individuals who have "made significant "The Prayer Perfect" and | contributions to-the service of "How Great Thou Art." Each humanity." Governor's Mansion; Begin Tuesday: DENVER. {AP)-The first ..of the summer tours {O.f ; ,the.' Colorado . govern^".:indnjionV Will lake place Tiissday : afternoon, the chief executive's office announced Friday. The tours will be .conducted each Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 4 .m. through Sept. 26. Volunteers from the State Historical Society will serve as guides. The governor's office said reservations for individual! or groups will not be accepted.. LONDON ( A P ) - Prime Minister Edward Heath has sent a no-thanks reply In a member nf Parliament who offered Ihe bachelor leader his liflle black book to choose likely ladies to accompany him to public functions. SET TIME AHEAD THIS SUNDAY WITH CALENDAR WATCHES Wiltnauor's watches offer features that men everywhere go for in a big way like automatically changing calendar dales...sweep , second hands, stainless sleet casing, and rugged, protected dependability. A. Calendar with handsome bracelet. $50 B. Diver-saleRuarded la r«lst water, rust and shock to below sea level, strap. 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