Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 12, 1976 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

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S CHKELEY (C'ulo.) TlilHUM': Kri.. March 12, H7» Health, science display scheduled for parents Elementary and middle school science and health departments of vSchool District Six will sponsor two parent meetings to display curriculum materials relating to growth and development and sex education on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Jean Mallett, health coordinator, and Jean Krause, science coordinator, will display educational materials used in the classrooms in the elementary and middle schools. According to Mrs. Mallett, the curriculum materials used in both school programs are designed to provide the child a scientific understanding of the process of human growth and development. The materials are comprised of pamphlets, films trips and films used at the primary, intermediate and middle school level. "Through the cooperation of the departments, the schools are able lo leach children physiological science, the interrelationships of the development and function .of vital organs. Health education provides facts about hygiene and important insights about what happens during the growth and development of a child," Mrs. Mallett said. Parents of students at Shawsheen. Scott, Madison, Cameron, Billie Martinez, Jefferson, Franklin, and Maplewood are invited to a meeting at Heath Junior High at 7 p.m. Monday. Parents of children at Meeker, Jackson, Centennial, Arlington, East Memorial, Chappelow, and Brentwood are invited to a meeting at John Evans Junior High ai 7 p.m. Tuesday. REPLACEMENTS INSTALLED HALIFAX (AP) - Plastic surgeons here are installing artificial knuckles and finger joints using only local anesthetics. Plastic surgeon Dr. Winston Parkhill said five joints could be replaced within 90 minutes in the procedure. The joint replacements are an "end-stage treatment" for sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis whose joints have bec"ome too distorted to respond to drugs or physiotherapy. Two awarded scholarships Keilh Heimbuck, left, of Arthur Young and Co., Denver, presents Diane Gauss of Parker and Jerry Harris of Des Moines, Iowa, $100 scholarships to the University of Northern Colorado. The UNC Alumni Association matched funds from Arthur Young to provide the awards, based on academic achievement and participation in campus activities by the accounting majors. PLANT SHOP 1020 W. 28th Ave. (Behind Burger King) Watch for Our Plant of the Week! Grown in Our Greenhouses. This Week: SWEDISH IVY 45 C Ofler good Mar. 12 thru IS, 1974. NOTICE T H E C I T Y O F G R E E L E Y Forestry Division wishes to remind residents that it is illegal according to state law and Greeley ordinance to possess any dead or dying E!m wood. This includes firewood and dead or declining trees. Fines can be imposed for possession. PLEASE HELP. Dutch Elm Disease control depends upon your cooperation. For additional information please call 353-6123 ext. 267. Cub Scout news Pck22« Pack 226 had a large gathering of Cub Scouts and their parents when 120 persons attended the peck's annual Blue and Gold Banquet. The following cuhs received awards: Den 1: Scott Banghart, Gold Arrow, two Silver Arrows; Todd Uietllng, Bobcat badge: Chris Snyder, two Silver Arrows, Webelos Book; Phyliss Van Buskirk, One-Year Den Mother's Pin; Jan Snyder, Two Year Pin, Den Leader, Coach Patch, Den Leader Knot and Pin. Den 2: John Dollarhide, Bear, Gold Arrow, One-Year Pin and One-Year Perfect Attendance Pin; Greg Rink, three Silver Arrows, One-Year Pin, One- Year Perfect Attendance Pin; Joseph Sanchez, Bear Book; Jay Schaffer, One-Year Perfect Altendance Pin; Bim VanLoo, Silver Arrow. Webelos; Jim Spitzer, Artist, Craftsman, Scholar, Traveler; Andy Koehn, Arlist, Athlete; Bryan Hobracyer, Artist, Craftsman, Scholar, Traveler; Scott Achziger, Artist; David Pfcifer, Geologist, Engineer and Traveler. THE LOCKHORNS 'WHY 6HOUI-P i TAKE OUT THE GARBAGE WHEN YOOKg THE ONE WHO COOKS IT ?" More than 270,000 people -or 21 per cent of the entire population of Kansas City, Mo., -- visited the famed Archaeological Finds of the People's Republic of China when it was ' displayed in that Missouri city. Re-Side Your Home and recein an L.P. outdoor {as grill FREE! Tour choice of steel, aluminum or virtfl siding. . ALSO. flim cmers-Carp(rrl!-/l*nrnii$ Patio Enclosures · Storm Doors t Windours 482-5493 352-0936 PEASE HOME IMPROVEMENTS 3848 South Colleie t;. Ft. Collins Since 1951 Given accounting scholarship Allen McConnell, chairman of the University of Northern Colorado Department of Accounting, presents a $100 scholarship check lo Brenda Woods, 121)5 24(h Avc. Ct. Miss Woods will be graduated in June and be cm- ployed by Arthur Andersen and Co., Denver. She is a member of the UNC Accounting Club, American Society of Women Accountants, and P.E.O., and maintains a grade point average of U7. DOUGLAS ALL AMERICAN FnhionilU frinn itylei ind colorj HOIUS1A-UTE LENSES The anaimg r.£* I5.i;cs thai change from clear indoors 10 tinted outdoors. IOU6HLITE LENSES E, elusive I, B IH weight, almost unbreakable plastic SINGLE VISION GLASSES AS LOW AS jNClUltS SMIU VISIU CIEH IfJSlS AID CHOICE (If FIIHF Finn I IIIGF UlfCUnK SINGLE VISION J7Q50 CONTACT LENSES / 9 ~ A second pair purchased at the same jrrtQQ time, same prescription 3U DOWNTOWN GREELEY 922 9TH AVENUE Across from (he Court House TELEPHONE 353-2988 STRAIGHT I TALK! FROM AN } AUTO HELP! HELP! HELP! WHILE WE'RE EXPANDING OUR LOT we're running into a space problem. We have new cars three deep, no more space to put them and more on the way! During the month of March you can save a bundle on a new car purchase. We need room -- our selection is great and we're ready to put you into a NEW TOYOTA, LINCOLN OR MERCURY AT A TERRIFIC SAVINGS! Check our deal before you buy! Ted Nieters 1976 TOYOTA COROLLA 4-DOOR DELUXE Four speed, steel belted radials, reclining seats, tinted glass, AM radio, rear window defroster, undercoat. Color: blue. List Price: $3461 OUR SALE PRICE: '3194 1976 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER STATION WAGON Four wheel drive, AM radio, four speed, lockout hubs and many other items that are standard equipment. Color: Green. List Price: $6657 PRICE: A 1 3 A O I OO 1976 MONARCH 4-DOOR SEDAN 250, cylinder, automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, AM radio, decor group, tinted glass, whitewall steel belted radials. Color: light blue. OUR SALE PRICE: List Price: $4987 '4481 CAPRI II Four speed, decor group, AM radio, tinted glass, steel belted radials, power disc brakes, style steel wheels, reclining bucket seats. Color: Yellow. List Price: $4651 OUR SALE 9 PRICE: 4242 FINANCING AVAILABLE with APPROVED CREDIT TED NIETERS MOTOR CO. I LINCOLN Greeley't Most Aggressive New Cor Dealer 14128th Avenue Phone 352- 5950 WE ARE OPEN 8A.M. TO 6 P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

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