Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 25, 1957 · Page 21
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oman 6 Kiwanis Dinner Dance Monday · The annual all-Kiwanis niiht dinner dance Monday it the Community building attracted about 125 club members and their wives from Boulder, Lonsmont. Sterling, Fort Collins, Cheyenne and Uramie, »yo., and the two in Greeley. The tlubs comprise Division 2 of Kiwanis International. Karl Foulk, vice president of the Oreeley Kiwanis club, which servrd as host, extended the welcome to the members and their wives. Dr. John Darst, inter-club chairman. was master cf ceremonies. The tables were attractively decorated with pine boughs and roses. After dinner music was provided by a brass ensemble front the college. In the group were Jim Miller, French horn, Urry Meyer and John Bennett, trumpet. Stan Radcliffe. tuba, Jack Meakins, baritone, and Esther Thistel, trombone. The Hev. Merle Allen, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, gave the address. He emphasized the Kiwanis theme for next year. Developing Man Power. He stressed enlisting the efforts of not only the flub members but of newcomers in accomplishing this goal. The dinner and dance were held In the big auditorium. Charles Novak and his orchestra played for dancing. For Teacher Judge and Mrs. Richards Are Visiting Relatives Judge and MM. Philip H. Rich' ardi of Los Anjrlfs arrived here Sunday to visit until Friday with her sisten and brothers. Mrs. Richards, the former Ida Davis, who was reared in Greeley, is a sister of MM. Bertha McElroy of Fifth Street road; George Davii, 1317 Seventeenth street; Ed Davii, 1310 Fourth street; and Mrs. Anna Sepich, 1315 Eleventh avenue. Judge Richards is a judge of the superior court of Los Angeles. He is a 1917 graduate of Yale university and attended the fortieth reunion of his class at this year's commencement when their son, Philip C. Richards, was graduated. Prior to their son'i graduation from Yale, the Richardses toured New England by car going as far north as Boston. Afterwards they drove south on a sightseeing Jaunt, which terminated at Jamestown, Va. It was the first trip East for Mrs. Richards. They flew to New Haven, Conn., and used their son's car for traveling. They are making 'he return trip by plane. Judge and Mrs. Richards are staying at the McElroy home. Bette Drobnitch Is Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. John J. Drobnitch of Eaton announce the engagement of their daughter, Bette Mae, to Robert N; Delisa,'son of Mrs. Rose Delisa of Denver. Miss Drobnitch was graduated from Eaton high in 1951 and at- ended the Universty of Der Greeley Beauty School Graduates mi Ronald Kelney and Ills Bride Visiting Here Flonald Murray Kelscy and his bride, the former Miss Martha Joanne Ladnier of long Beach, Miss., are here on their first visit if* yean old tMar (Tueiday), was 15.; honored at a birthday celebration are Sunday at Island Grove park. All of a n d , h e r seven children were here for i the occasion. They art Jacob Kaiser of Sherl- Elizabeth Kaiser Is 86 Years Old Mrs. Elizabeth Kaiser, whs ii tincc their marriage M«rch IS.'honored at a birthday eelebration They irrivrd Friday and guests of his parents, Mr. Mrs. Donald Kclsey of 602 Twenty. third avrnue. Kelscy » navy aviation flee- dan. W y o . Bfn Kaiser and Mr». trcinics technician, third class. I l f 1 Frank ( K d i l h ) Arlkliton of Milliken, hai been stationed for the p a s t ' J o h n Kaiser, Mrs". John ( M a r y ) at Patuxent River, iKruerslein. Mrs. Fred ( S a r a h ) Bed specialized course. I "id Mrs. Elirabfth Schneider, all three month! M d , takins Prior to that time he w a s on duty "' Greeley. in Newfoundland for six months. HP leaves here Thursday to return to Newfoundland where he will be stationed for another six months. ' While Kelscy is a w a y his w i f e will divide her lime between Greeley and Long Beach, Miss., a suburb of Biloxi. where her parents live. Mrs. Kclsey will remain here when he leaves. Sixteen of her 32 grandchildren were here and 20 great grand Diplomas were presented to three graduates of the Greeley Beauty school, 620'j Eijhth street, at a special ceremony last week. The graduates are pictured here, seated, left to right, Geraldire Campbell of Cornish, Yvonne Story and John Culver, both of Greeley. Standing, left to right, are the instructors. Mrs. Marguerite. Davis, Mrs. Joanne Wolff and Mrs. Edythe Roe. owner of the school. The trio is in Denver this week taking State Board of Cosmetology exams. They have been enrolled at the Beauty school for the past nine months. ·iicards Presented to Cameron Girl Scouts sack lunches and hiked t.i Glen- G a m m a sorority. Her fiance served " 1 At he th n e"present both Miss Drob- m " f ', Bd , ' hrn ^"""^ tn , thc i klni1 ' » h i d l stic h » *'·**· These 11,1. ..j n.ii.. i-..-j .... i h o m e of J o a n Otoupahk. where Clovirly Girls 4H club mil at the Pleasant Valley schoolhouse last Thursday morning at 10 o'clock to prepare a luncheon. The menu was fruit salad, nut bread and lemonade. At their next meeting at 10 a m . July 11, each girl w-ill bring three cookies of any Thursday's Calendar Greeley Javcee Ettes, Garden Kitchen, dessert, 7:20. Carnation Garden club, f a m - ily picnic, I-ovcland park. Mirpah class of First Baptist church, Mrs. LimU Noirot, 1722 Nineteenth a v e n u e ; Mrs. E m m a \Vickcrstrom and Mrs. Robert G r a v a t t , coho«tcsses, noon. Neighborly Neighbors 111) club, family has held a gathering I the past 17 years on Mrs. Kaiser's birthday, hut this was the first y r a r that the eldest son, Jacob, could be present. Mrs. Kaiser was born in Russia June 25, 1871. She came to the I'nit- rd States in 1901 and lived in K a n - sas for 16 years. In 19I». she moved to Milliken. Her husband. Frank K a i f e r , farmed there for m a n y years. He died 23 years ago Mrs. Kaiser is a member of St. Paul's Congregational church of Milliken. She makes her home with her children and is presently residing w i t h Mrs. Feuerstein of 225 Thirteenth street. A special guest at the birthday celebration was Mrs. Mollie Schaw- hauer, sister of Mrs. Kaiser. She lives at Augusta, Kan., and madr the trip here by bus. She brought Mrs. Ed Mcismcer, country i w i , n h f r , beautifully .decorated B r a n n a m a n . , ! - , , Galrton W i l l y David raccrbcrs. Greeley, 7:30. VFW auxiliary, hall,' 8:00. HGL, Mrs. Lida Parmelre, Denver; meeting home of Mrs. Adolph Sitiman, 9:30 a.m., for transportation; covered dish luncheon. Groups 1 through 5 of First Christian* church, Balrom hall,' cake, which she made for her Workers. Mrs. trr . Mr , Schawhauer has northeast o f ' nitch and Delisa art employed by Garrett Freight lines in Denver. I The wedding date is set for late August. will be judr.rd._ Eire now permits the import of Eightttn-ytar-«ld Michatl Am- bresi. who sjavt his Itachtr a U- malo Inittid of an appli, pays for his mlslalci by painting th« ttich- · r's houst in Btllflewtr, Calif., during summer vacation. Ho ploadod guilty In court :· bom- Terry Moore To Drop Divorce Case HOLLYWOOD Terry Moore said they received their badges.' Those who have completed second class rank badge and My Troop [ Salk anti-polio vaccine. badge were: Kathy Adcork, Linda Baab, Sharon Billincs, Diane Brown. Betty Cox. Barbara Douglas, Carol Ann Hillrnkamp, Ins Johnson, Loui«e Kitts, Marcia Murphy. Saur.dra Naughton, Joan Otou- palik. Nancy Smith. Margaret - A c t r e s s Spitzer and Mary Swanson. Monday that! 0(her bad awardc( , .uer uinns things over w,ih her f ,, IM B j b h d attorney she has decided to with.. , nd j( . , Mlrci , Mur . draw the divorce suit she filed! h ,., drawin| , Ind C, iatin| . t 5katinc . against he.- husband Eugene Mc-,^' mu £. Voodcraft, dab- Grath, international businessman. ' 'ccA-'* Scic-Thriffu PRINTED PATTERN The actress surprised Hollywood last week when she suddenly instituted the suit and charged her tions" with various women. Miss Moore said her decision to have the suit dismissed does not, mean that a reconciliation has i been outdoor cook, salt water and musician; Iris John son. cook, dabbler, magic carpet Carol Ann Hillenkamp, skating. Diane Brown, home health am safety, cat and dog. dabbler, draw ing and painting, cook, swim, reader, magic carpet homemaker and sports; Joan Otou s t a r accomplished. "I'm going t o j , j k bin) ,,,,,,,,,,, , nd drop the case right now," she told v,_, e..,nTM mmirt.n. barding ttach«r Harold Thw^v \- ,-j^orler "in the hopes that J ° t ·. musician, ««.., ..: ' "?" n er, '" _ _.°, " ."" iCoi, housekeeper, homemaker and """ ... . . . Saundra Naughton. home- ton's hovso with tomatots aftor Thompson gavo him a poor f radt In school. Tbo painting was a condition ef Iho boy'i probation. Hi had to buy SU worth ef paint, too. (AP Wirtphoto) , cl]) ^ M , 1Dout a month when I finish my picture i m l k r r and discuss the possibilities of getting back together." McGrath filed an answer to her suit in which he denied her allega I cook: cook and magic carpet; and Margaret Spitzer, homemaker. Willis Vandirtrs Nerve Therapy For Relief and Relaxation Arthur A. Erny Ntrvi Thtrapltt and Matuur ItO Cr.eley Btdg. Phone 173-W tionx that he had associated with other women. He has now flown back to Panama, where he has his business headquarters. Real Problem GREEN BAY, Wis. *-The local Visit Friends Htro Dr. Willis C. Vandivrr of Billings, Mont., fo'rmer principal of Arlington, and family »ere weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen C. Hicks of west of Grceley. The Vandivers also visited the Melvin A d a m s family and former col' Assn. of Commerce parking and {leagues. traffic commitlee hastily adjourned | Prior lo coming here. Dr. Van its meeting recently when the vice chairman announced t h a t parking meters were about to eipire. Discussion of what to dc about increasing downtown parking facilities was postponed. diver was occupied in educational work for a shert time in Washington, D. C., where his family joined him at the close of school. They are returning home by way of Salt Lake City. REGISTER HOW THE ORIGINAL- MAPIE CIUB tf h«MV Met. IwtMM ·* M«el* O*k. Ctcfc **4 »· orf l-- rTM*- Tt~« it *· iU|ii'n «· UT *. I , ____ 1 1MK HONJirS ·OLD C R A T T S M A N B R A S S P L A N T E R . *OUkX !**TT CAKC WA3S RUCKERS 1028 Eighth Ave i m a n y priies for her cookhc. She is Sixty-onp relatives and f h e elo«e friends attended the picnic. ' Bergman's Daughter Will Visil Her This Summer _ SALT LAKE CITY '.r - Jenny rovVrrd" rt1h""]Ti'nrhrnn.'"l2:45; i A n n '-"id'trom says she'Jl visit her each member brlnj: covered dish, ;f ct "". m "! h ". Incrid Bersman. sandwiches and table service. ! l n P a n s h-« 'unimer. They have ~ot seen each other since 1951. Mi's IJndstrnm. soon In he 19, 2130; !aid she. h^r father, step-mother, · " step-brother and Dr. Circles cJ First M.thexiist ' n1 J.. f . e _ ' n . : ", cl ?_ oth " sin " church: C. Mrs. Marvin Miners Nm'h avenue, r i r s s r r t . 1:30. E. Mrs. G r a c e Lewis, K*trs Park cahm, cn\rrcd dtsh lunch- 1-yrar-old ' A g n e s J. Rovanrk. a C;rch-bnrn Tuesday. Jane 25, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE P«f« 11 p e d i a t r i c i a n , will lea\e Los Anron. meat, rolls and drink f u r - nished, noon. H. Mrs. E. L. Brinks, mountain ; cabin; covered dish luncheon; I rolls, butter and coifcc to be f y r - nished; meet for transportation at 9:30 a.m. I. Mrs. Lawrence BarnrU. 1921 Ninth avenue; Mrs. Ray Smith assisting, dessert, 1:30. Disabled American Veterans, cries neit week, bound for Stockholm. Her f a t h e r , Dr. Peter Lindstrom. is a ncurosurgeon on the medical school faculty at t'niversity of Vtah in Salt Lake City. Miss Und- strom has just completed her fresh| man year at University of Colo- c . . . . . . Shf c l m c h "' to v "" sh( .-, av . will Sons of L. II. Thomases Spend Week icilh Parents Howard and Robert Thomas have returned to their homes a f t e r a teek's visit here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. If. Thomas, of 1707 Twelfth street. B e f o r e coming here, Howard flew to De Kalb, 111., where he attended a reunion of his high school graduation elm, the first In 17 years. He lives at Calgary. Canada, where he is supervisor of d r a f t i n g and reproduction for the British American Oil company. Robert resides at North Bend, Ore.. wh;re he practices law. He also is city at.ornry. Both men wrre horn in Grreley and attended schools here. Robert was graduated from Greeley hich and took his law course »t the University of Colorado. Small-Whittaker Vows Exchanged Miss Anna I,ouise W h i t t a k e r . d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Evrrrlt Whittaker of Grtcley, and W. Dean Small, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton. Small of 8 Antelope drive, w e r e ! married Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Pillar of Fire church. The Rev. L. S. Wolfgang performed the double ring ceremony, which was witnessed by 15 guests. The church was decorated with garden flowers. The bride was attired in a dress of w h i t e frosted nylon. Her hat was white, with touches of blur. Mrs. Judy Sanders, matron of honor, wore a blue frock and white accessories. Their corsages were of w h i t e carnations. The best man was Harry L. Hippie. · The wedding reception was held at the Small home, after which the r e w l y w e d s left for Denver where they will reside at M Washington street. j The bride attended Grerley schools and has been employed by Gilbert-Bishop Drug company. The croom was graduated from Gree- ey high in 1953 and is a marine corps veteran. He w-orks for Western Electric in Denver. Mrs. Ernest Rieder and two daughters. Sharon. H, and Darlene, S. of DoM-ney, Calif., arrived by train Tuesday. They \rill visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.arl Barber, west of Greeley. While here Mrs. Rieder will dispose of a residence which she and her bus hand own in Greeley. oilou'tp'at was up It Gradual* Damts Will MM! Wtdrmdayt Graduate Dames, wives of tht graduate students at Colorado State College, will meet each Wednesday afternoon during thi summer school session. The par- lies will he held in the Western and Panel lounges of the Student Union from 2 to 4 o'clock. Bridgi and eanasta will be played. Officers will be elected at this week's initial meeting. Mrs. Sara Gates is sponsor of the Graduate Dames. D. E. Straights H«rt from Florida Captain and Mrs. Danley Elson Straight and children, Kathy, Sui Ann and Tomffj*. sre her* visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Watson of 61J Twenty- fourth street and Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. Straight, whose home is In the Poudre canon. They also are spending some time w i t h other relatives and friends. The f a m i l y expects to b« in Colorado until July 3. The Straights drove here from P a n a m a City. Fla., where the cap- t a i n , a jet pilot, is assigned as a research officer to the interceptor pilot research lab, under t h e . a i r research' and development comm a n d , at Tyndall AFB. The Watson's other son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lallo, and children. Judy, Dana and Leslie, of Denver spent tht wekend here. Robintrts Visiting Htrt from Florida J. Loris Robinett, his wife and four children are here from Fen- sacola, Fla. They are visiting hi! parents and his two brothers, Maynard and Wilburt. and their families of west of Evans. Robinett attended Evans school! and was graduated from Greeley high. He has been in the navy IS years and is presently an aviation I machinist mate first n ,, co] , M class, as- al lir ftl . lion. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Montag Stationery In lovely colors i^siii 820 Tenth St. and Fort Collms. Veterans build- , ing. Loveland, 8:00. , ..,.,, lookj ,,,,,.,,,, |0 , hf ^ Town and Cmintry lit) club. ,.,,,. ,,,,,.,,_.. , h , ,, id in ,,, ^ crafts meetmc. Mrs. Lloyd Gros- view. saint, southeast of Oreeley, ( Her mother is appearing in Paris J:3 "- I in the French stage version of Happy Hour club, Mrs. Ted I Robert Anderson's "Tea and Sym- Schumachrr. H99 Tenth street; pathy." f ················« Brewer Carpet and Furniture Cleaners The Industry-Approved r "' Products and Sen-ice r«fim»u« 1527 8lh Ave. Phone 2S9-J roll call, favorite flower. Alpha Lambda chapter of ESA, husbands' picnic, I.uthrr park, 6:30; brine table service; Mrs. Edwin Bauer, c h a i r m a n . Helping H a n d HI) club, Mrs. Bob Larson, La Salle. Friendly 12. meeting postponed due to illness. ,T Added NEW YORK 'JT-nrfnrm Ju A m r n c a has a r.rw Pimtions pnntrd richt on each pattern part! Easy icwinc, to m a k f this unart blour wardrobe! "lassie shirtwaist, cool *cnopnrck style -- your choice of two $lre\e version* fnr each! 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