Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 29, 1970 · Page 19
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Huxley's Book Tells About Churchill's Stuffed Panda By FRED COLEMAN A*»oci*ted Press Writer LONDON (AP) - Like a child with a teddy boar, Sir Winston Churchill used to curl up to a toy panda wrapped around his favorite hot--water bottle. Churchill "entertained a curious interest in the animal," Sir Julian Huxley recalls. Huxley, scion of one of Britain's most gifted families who the London Zoo. He took the author of 26 books. He gained wartime prime minister to see a world fame 40 years ago with grant panda .there. Churchill said later, "It has exceeded all easy to read volumes that set my expectations, and they were very high." Sir Julian, 82, elder brother of the novelist Aldous Huxley, looks back on a life that links the puritanism of the Victorian age with today's permissive society. He clearly welcomes and author in his own right, has other memories from meeting the famous round the world. Joseph Stalin had thin, sloping shoulders. The Soviet dictator acquired a robust, broad--ches- ted look by wearing his military greatcoat. George Bernard Shaw liked to tease Lady · Nancy Astor about boys at Eton, then adds of to' her boyish bosom, then both would giggle. On his deathbed, H. G. Wells dismissed one of his last visitors, a serious young man seeking guidance, with the snub, "Oh, be quiet. Can't you see I'm busy dying?" Recollections These recollections and others are in Huxley's autobiography, "Memories." George Allen and Unwin are publishing it Thursday. Churchill's daughter, Mary, told Huxley about the hot-water bottle. Huxley was then running "The Science of Life," three became a distinguished scientist some "ranges am °"f ' hem the - - - - respectability he helped to create for birth control practices. Dumpy Old Woman As a boy in 1900 he saw Queen Victoria, "a dumpy old woman, dressed in black, an epitome of a fading epoch." Huxley recalls the sexual frustrations of his fellow school- day's society: "Sometimes it seems a little too permissive, but at any rate most of its younger members are spared the anguished conflicts of my own time. Their inner lives are rarely complicated by repression or guilt feelings about sex--though they are often troubled by the violence and stupidity of the adult world." At Oxford University, Julian Huxley wrote verse good enough to win the Newdigate prize. He used the award to buy a microscope and thereby embarked on a dual career as biologist and Bill's SPARETIME RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE WInterset Inn (formerly Coliege Inn) Hwy. 85 Elton Illlngworth at the piano Wednesday thru Sunday night All Italian Dinners full course, Including one glass Chianti Wine ALL ITALIAN MEALS PRICED UNDER $3.00 Open 'til 12 Midnight on Sundays out to tell tile educated man everything he ought to know about biology. The project was edited by H.G. Wells, and Huxley cites correspondence to show Wells as a taskmaster. Warning Huxley not to talk down to the reader, Wells wrote: "Shakespeare, Milton, Plato, Dickens, Meredith, T.H. Huxley and Darwin wrote for him. None of them are known to have talked of putting in 'popular stuff and 'treating him to pretty bits' or alluded to matters as being 'too complicated to discuss here.' If they were, they didn't discuss them there and that was the end of it." Huxley leaves this epitaph: If I am to be remembered, I hope it will not be primarily for my specialized scientific work, but as a generalist; one to whom, enlarging Terence's words, nothing human, nothing in external nature, was alien." Nunn MIKE'S DINER 1330 8th Avenue Phone 353-8920 niio rial Weekend Special* Saturday Sunday Fresh Breaded SHRIMP Fresh Fried CHICKEN BOOTH CARRY-OUT SERVICE PH. 353-8920 1.00 90' SERVING THE BEST BREAKFAST AND SANDWICHES IN TOWN lOc COFFEE Open Weekdays 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. By MRS. J. A. TURNER NUNN -- May meeting of the Evelyn Harper Society was held at the home of Mrs. J. D. Spath on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Albert Chamer and Mrs. Glenn Lewis assisting hostesses. Fifteen members responded to Roll Call." Mrs. Elmer Foster gave the devotionals and conducted the Bible study on the fourth, fifth and sixth chapters of Ephesians for an interesting program. A missionary group from Oshkosh, Wis., will be in Nunn from June 11 to 20 and will conduct vacation Bible School from June 15 to 19 at the Presbyterian Church. June 14 Presbyterian Church Services will be held in the mountains following a covered dish picnic and social afternoon to meet and become acquainted with the group from Wisconsin. A three day synodical meeting will be held in Greeley at the First United Presbysrian Church beginning June 22. Our group is to furnish cookies June 22. A birthday gift was given Mrs. Nell Green from the Society. Next meeting on Thursday afternoon June 18 at Ihe home of Mrs. Wayne Faster, Mrs. Melvin Komma, co-hostess, Mrs. Robert Peel, program. Staff Sgt. Robert Urban and family left Saturday for Kulpmont, Pcnn. to visit Mrs. Urban's parents and other relatives before leaving June 5 for Germany, where Sgl. Urban will be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Turner and Traccy of Lodgepolc, Nebr., arrived on Friday to attend graduation of his sister Judi Turner at Ault Friday evening. Those from Nunn, who graduated from Highland High School at Ault, on Friday evening were Debbie Johnson, Lorna Lawson, Judi Turner, Steven Rarnaby, Alden Johnson and Walter Kohlhoff. Everitt McCory arrived on Wednesday from Knoxville, Tenn. for a visit in the J. D. Spath home and his mother Mrs. Esther Spath at Fairacres Manor in Greeley. 1870 - Creeley · 1970 May 15-17: Yellowstone Regional ITC Toastmistress conven- on. May 17: Art reception, University Center, 3 to 5 p.m. May 17-29: Greeley School Children's Art Exhibit, K-12, including Community Center for Creative. Arts and Laboratory School. High School at College Center, others to be announced. May 18: Carson Brothers Circus; parade in afternoon. May 19-20: League of Women Voters State Council meeting. May 21-23: Jaycees Stale convention, Greeley Jaycees, hosts. May 23: State TOPS Club convention. Sen. Hugh Chance, Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m. July 23-25: "You know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running," LTR, Frasier Theater. July 25-26: Annual Gun Show, Community Building. July 26: Denver Catholic Cathedral Choir, Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m. July 30-Aug. 1: Ballad of Baby Doe, Little Theater. August June June 1-5: Pioneer Week, Greeley Library and Museum. June 5: Amico Club, UNC Music Dept. Concert, First Congregational Church. June 6-7: Colorado State Police Pistol Championships. June 6-7: Third Annual Colorado Federation State Gem and Mineral convention and show. June 6: Christian Businessmen's Committee International Banquet. June 7: Ted DeMoss, CBMCI. Christian Businessmen's Committee International Past President, Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m June 7-28: Historical Collection of Denver Art Museum. June 10: Union Colony dinner, noon, University Center. (Open to public) June 10: Museum Tea, Meeker Museum, 3 p.m. June 14: Lou Welch, poet in residence for five weeks. Reading of own poetry, 8 p.m. McKee L150. June 14: Don Lonie, National Assembly speaker and school lecturer Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m. June 17-20: Occupational Fair, Community Building. June 18: Art Lecture, Buckminster Fuller, College Center Ballroom, 7:30 p.m., free. June 19-20: American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, National Convention, UNC University Center. June 20: Colorado Carpenters State Apprentice Contest. June 20-21: First United Presbyterian Church Centennial. June 21: Paul Anderson, Oct. 11: Soroptomist Club, state meeting. Oct. 11: Lecture series, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, 8 p.m., College Center Ballroom. Oct. 13: ALCW general meeting, Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Oct. 18: Greeley Concerts Assn., Denver Symphony Orchestra, Brian Priestruan, conducting, Gunler Hall, 4 p.m. November Nov. 1: Knife and Fork Club, Frl., May 29, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 19 the GFWC collections. j Mrs. Grogan installed new of- The July meeting will be thejficers for next year. New pro- summer roundup. Carrousel CFWC met on Wednesday evening in the local Congregational church for the annual salad supper. Mmes. Ginter Speyer and Gary Simpson were hostesses. Mrs. Don Grogan said the grace. During the business session grams were presented. It was voted to purchase a catchers pad for Wyatt Willing Workers 4-H Club's ball team. The club collect was read in closing the meeting. Senior Citizens OEO group had hand craft instructions by Mrs. Edwin Fiolkoski al its recent President Mrs. Grogan reported|meeting. Paper weights were on the state convention she attended. The club received first place on scrap book and certificate awards on safety, exhibits ers '" water. and citizenship. Mrs. Grogan presented Mrs. Robert Back- made from glass baby food jars trimmed with rayon net ruffles and filled with tiny plastic flow- Mrs. Audry Bechtel announced lunch will be served in the cafe- « i ·, ,-1 r i, n ,,· -I Dr. Carl Winters, speaker. Aug. 1-2: Gladiolus Regional, Nov . 8: CWU World Commun- * " ion Day, St. Mary's Church. strum with a special award for tcria the same as during school outstanding interest and partid-jterm. Garden flowers will be pation in club work. [displayed at the next meeting. Aug. 1-20: Naguchi sculpture show. Aug. 2-8: Weld County Fair and Western Show. Aug. 2: Elton Trueblood, Garden Theater 7:30 p.m. Aug. 4: Pit Barbeque, Weld Co. CSU Alumni Assn. 5 to 7 p.m., Island Grove Park. Aug. 7: Amico Club, Indoor picnic, First Congregational Church, 6:15 p.m. Aug. 6-8: "Tartuffe," LTR, 1 Frasier Theater. Aug. 8: Local reading of iiter-jchurch. ature, invitational, 50 mile radius, jury. Aug. 9: Religious speaker, Rev. Oswald Hoffman, Garden Nov. 9: Greeley Knife and Fork Club, Dr. Carl Winters, speaker. Nov. 12: Greeley Chamber of Commerce, 51st annual banquet. Nov. 15: Greeley Concerts Assn., Grcclcy Philharmonic, Marilyn Neeley, piano soloist, Gunter Hall, 4 p.m. December Dec. 7: Annual meeting of Liars Club Dec. 8: ALCW general meeting, Our Savior's Lutheran Theater 7:30 p.m. Aug. 10-15: Centennial Orchestra Music Festival. Aug. 11-13: Colo. Assn. of N.A. Baptist Churches, Sherwood Park Baptist Church. Aug. 14: -Festival Orchestra, Greeley Choral and University of Northern Colorado Summer Ault By MRS. GRAYCE ALLEN AULT - Tuesday Progress CFWC met with Mrs. R. D. Jordan for this week's meeting. Mrs. Ruth Fowler of Greeley and Mrs. Sandi McMillin were club guests. Members answered roll call with the topic "A Beautiful Gar- Choir, 8 p.m. Frasier Theater. |dcn I Visited. Aug. 15: Youth Concert. I Mmes. Wallace Mellon and Aug. 15: GHS Class of 1950|Jordan gave reports on stale Reunion. Aug. 15-16: Greeley Central High Class of 1!)60 Reunion. Aug. Dyke, p.m. Aug. 20: 16: .Vonda Kay Garden Theater Van 7:30 'Retreads"--all veterans of WW 1 and WW II- convention. AUR. 21-22: Sheriff's Posse Association convention and parade. Aug. 23: Religious Emphasis, Mariachia de Colores of Denver, Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 23: Greeley Kennel Club dog show. Aug. 24-20: tinn Week. Youth Apprccia- Aug. 27-30: Kiwanis State con world's strongest man, Theater 7:30 p.m. June 21-23: Daughters of Union Veterans convention. June 22: Thai Night at U. of N. C., Garden Theater, Dr. Ed Kelly. June 22-24: Synod of Colorado, First U n i t e d Presbyterian Church. June 27-28: Centennial Invitational Celebrity Pro-am Golf Tournament. June 28: First Baptist Church Religious Emphasis Program, Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m. July July-Aug.: Artists' W o r k Group displays in downtown windows. July 1-5: Go West With Gree- '" UIr 7'' venlion. Garden .,,,, ,,,. Aug. 30: Religious speaker, Rev. Tim Duran, Garden Theater 7:30 p.m. September Sept. 1-30: First Congregation Church, Month of Commemoration and Commitment. Sept. 6: Dahlia Show of Colorado. Sept. 13: Artists' Nook Group, Reception and tea, WCB Community Room. Sept. 11-13: convention held in Greeley. The club received a state award for beautification: citation from Sears and Roebuck for community improvement project and a citation from Care. Mrs. Jordan reported on the local roadside park where four evergreen trees had been planted on May !). One tree is a n morial to the late Dr. R. Jordan senior from Jordan and Inman families. Another tree is a memorial to C. A. Burroughs from Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burroughs and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Burroughs. Two trees were donated by Aull 4-H club. All four trees were planted by boys of the local 4-H club and their leader J. R. Hasbrouck. Mrs. M. C. Widmaeir gave the program on "Gardens." She showed slides and narrated Butchart garden near Victoria, B.C., Canada. She also displayed slides and narrated "America the Beautiful" received fron Sherwood Park Baptist Church, Colorado Association of North American Baptist Churches. Sept. 13-19: Mexican culture events, GI Forum. Sept. 14-15: Artists' N o o k Group, Art Show, Weld County Bank. Sept. 1!): Bicycle skill rodeo. ! · , Sept. 21-22: National Associa-i ,,, lion of Retired Civil Employes' Fresh Hearing Aid Batteries Gilbert Rexall Stores. --Adv. (21st Annual) GREELEY FFA RODEO SATURDAY, MAY 30 ley Rodeo. July 4: Go West With Greeley parade. July 4: "Doc" and "Feslus , , , ,,.--,:,,,, at Go West With Greeley Rodeo. | S ^,t 27: Lrine Band Con . Fireworks. | .' July 5: Bill Glass, defensive: end, Cleveland Browns, Garden! Playing Nightly in Our Show Lounge B A N D A N N A (Former Members of the Back Porch Majority) You've seen them on the Ed Sullivan Show -Jackie Glcason Show -- Johnny Carson Show -Now see the same unlimited talent, unbounded drive and unending ambition nightly Monday through Saturday. Drive up early and en.joy a dinner in any of our dining rooms before the show. HITCHING POST INN Cheyenne, Wyoming (307) 638-3301 1700 West Lincolnway 2518-llth Ave. - Opposite Hillside Shopping Centei Open Every l)ay (Including Sunday) 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Char Broiled* * FILLET MIGNON 1.59 * SIRLOIN 1.49 *PORK CHOPS 1.49 FRIED CHICKEN 1.49 * CHOPPED STEAK . . . . 1,19 FRIED SHRIMP 1.49 FRIED FISH 1.19 A complete meal inchidiiiff Bakerl Potato or French Fries, Tossed Green Salad with Choice of Dressing, and Texas Toast. October Theater. July 5-30: Invitational Colorado artists exhibit and faculty show. July 9-11: Little Theater of Oct. 1: Knife and Fork Club, Dunninger, speaker. Oct. 4: Local reading of literature, invitational, 50 mile radius, jury. ISLAND GROVE PARK 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m An Exciting Contest f*, · Calf Roping · Barrel Racing · Bull Dogging · Bareback Riding · Mad Scramble · Brahma Bull Riding · Calf Ribbon " Roping · Musical Basket Race · Girls Goat Tying The Oustanding High School Rodeo of the Rocky Mountain Region Adults $1.00 Students and Children 50c (Including High School Students) The DCS! In Memorial Day Entertainment Oct. 3: Centennial Spectacle Parade and Queen's Ball Oct. 4: Centennial Spectacle Religion Day, Rev. Charlie Gray Oct. 5: Centennial Spectacle Tournament of Tables Oct. G: Greeley Knife and Fork pie Choir, Garden Theater 7:30| cl " b ; Dim J? alllCT . s p cakcr , ,,,,, I Oct. d: Centennial Spectacle Governor's Day. Crowning of the Rockies production, to be announced. July 10: Newcomer Society banquet. July 12: First Methodist Church Centennial. July 12: Calvary Baplist Tem- p.m. July 13: Retirement Dinner for UNC faculty. July 16-17: Annual Krazy Daze promotion. Downtown Retail Committee. July 18-18: "Waitign for the Godot," LTR, Krasier Theater. July 1!): Literary Lecture: Stanley Kauffman, 8 p.m. Fras- ior Theater. July 19: Religious Emphasis, NOTICE! HIGH COUNTRY CLUB Red Feather Lakes Due to circumstances beyond our control, we are forced to delay the opening of our restaurant un- t i l .lime (i. For dinner reservations, from a n d a f t e r t h a t date-Cill 8S1-20fi-l Owen and Jane Sender Queen. Spectacle Begins. Oct. V: Centennial Spectacle Youth Day Oct. 8: Centennial Spectacle All Nations' Day Oct. S: Centennial Spectacle Pioneers' Day Oct. 10: Centennial Spectacle Alhlefics Day William Tally art* SMORGASBORD SATURDAY and SUNDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT Serving 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday CHOOSE FROM OUR BIG SUNDAY MENU Meals: Roast lieef, Southern Fried Chicken, Salisbury Steak. No Extra Charge Vegetables: Buttered Corn, Buttered For Dessert. Cii'oen HejniK, I n c l u d e s Drink Casseroles: Drossin.c, Kwpcl Polalnes Gravy: Beef Salads: Choice of sevrn delicious salads. S A T U R D A Y MENU SIMILAR TO A B O V E Cocoaniit Pie Tapioca I'uddlng Jello Delight Coffee or Tea Child's Portion, 98c Welcome Graduates Enjoy Graduation Day at Ramada Inn With Your Family and Friends. COMPLETE MENU INCLUDING · STEAKS · CHOPS · SEAFOODS MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW FOR LUNCH OR DINNER Hwy. S3. Evans RAMADA INN 333-5900

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