m oman Greelev Beautv School Graduates Kiwanis Dinner Dance Monday ner dance Monday al the Community builduig attracted about 225 club members and their wives from Boulder, Longmont, Sterling, Fort ' ' I Judge and Mrs. Richards Are Visiting Relatives \ Judge ind Mrs. Philip H. Rich-i ards of Los Angeles arrived here I Sunday to visit until Friday with I Mrs. Jlichards, the former Ida Davis, who wns reared in Greeley, is a sister of Mrs. Bertha McElroy of Fifth Street road; George Davis, the members and their wives. Dr. year's Iheir son, Richards, was graduated. Iheir son's gradual! or orated with pin b v . h r eVÂ« I V s Miller F ene Th ^T W "i, J ' m drove soul1 ' Â°" a Â«Bh(sccing j a u n t , ' " ' Â· Â« Â» boughs and roses. from Yale, Ihe Richardses toured ed Ncw E n e l a n d h y c " CÂ° in e Â« fÂ« C " u r l h as B Â° s 'Â°"- Afterwards they inh , , * C U ' ' r i l c , 1 ' Stan ' , w h l c h '"minated at Jamestown It was the first trip East fo Mrs ' R i c h a r d s ' Thc - t u b a , Jack ,...,,,,,,,,, al baritone, and Esther Phistel, I r o m - J H a v e n , Conn., and used their son's Th p M i c a r ' o r traveling. They are m a k i n g Ih p Merle Allen, pastor of the return the address. He emphasized the Kiwanis theme for next year, Developing Man Power. He stressed enlisting the efforts of not only the i l u b members but of newcomers in eccomplishing this goal. The dinner and dance were held In the big auditorium. Charles Novak and his orchestra played for dancing. For Teacher Eighteen-year-old Michael Ambrose, who gave his teacher a tomato instead of an apple, pays for his mistake by painting the teacher's house in Bellflowtr, Calif., during . summer vacation. ' He pleaded guilty in court .to bombarding teacher Harold'Thomp- son's house with tomatoes after Thompson gave him a poor, grade In school. The painting was a condition of the boy's, probation.-He. had to buy $60 worth of paint, too. (AP Wlrephoto) Nerve Therapy For Relief and Relaxation Arthur A. Erny Nerve Therapist ind Macteur 110 Greeley Bldg. Phone 173-W ElizaLet-li Kaiser Ronald Kelsey Bride Visiting fionaid Murray Kclsey and h i s j ' S ^U ) GUI'S Ul(l Tuesday, June 23, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 11 Sons of L. H. Thomases Spend Week wilh Parents Joanne Ladnicr of Long Beach, Mrs. Klizabdh Kaiser, who is! Howard and liobcn Thomas have .Miss., are here on thi'ir first visit hi years old m-tay (Tuesday), was i relumed to their homes afler a ; since Iheir marriage March 15. honored at a birthday celebration | week's visit here wilh their par; They arrived Friday and arc Sunday at Island Grove park. All of I e n l s . -Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Thomas, j ! Suests of his parent, Mr. and her seven children were here f o r ' 0 ' '"I 7 Twelfth street. ' MrÂ«. Donald Kflsoy of 602 Twenty- the occasion. I B e f o r e coming hero, Howard They arc Jacob K'aivrr of Sheri-'lfw to De Kalb, 111., where he al-! lUn, Wyo.. lien Kaiser and Mrs. j 'ended a reunion of his high schuul j L-ii Me K r a n k ( E d i t h ) Adkisson n[ Milliken, past John Kaiser, Mr*'. John ( M a r y ) third avenue. KeLsi'y is tt navy iiualiun Ironies technician, t h i r d class has been stationed for the three months at 1'aluxcnt Itivcr, Kcuerslcin, Mrs. Fred ( S a r a h ) Belz Md., l a k i n g a specialized course.!' 1 " 111 l l r s - Klizabelh Schneider, all Trior to thai time he w.is on duty 1 n Grpeley. in Newfoundland' for six months, j Sixteen of her 32 crandchildron wore here and 20 great grandchildren. The family has held he Up leaves here Thursday to t u r n to Newfoundland where will he stationed for another six . munlhs. ' While Kclsey is a w a y his wife will divide her lime between Greeley and Long Beach, Miss., a sun. urb of Biloxi, where her parents live. Mrs. Kelscy will remain here : when he leaves. Thursday's Calendar a gathering Ihe past 17 years on Mis. Kaiser's birthday, hut this was the first year that Iho eldest son, Jacob, could be present. ] Mrs. Kaiser was hnrn in Russia | June 25, 1871. She came In (he I'nil- |Cd Slates in 1S01 and lived in Knn- j sas for 16 years. In 1918. shc moved |tn Milliken. Her husband, K r a n k ! Kaiser, farmed there for many i years. He died 23 years ago. Mrs. Greeley Jaycce-EUcs, Garden Bette Drobnitch Is Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. John J. Drobnilch of Eaton announce Ihe engagement of their daughter, Betle Mae, to Robert N! Delisa,'son of Mrs. Rose Delisa of Denver. Miss Drobnitch was graduated from Eaton high in 1954 and attended the Universty. of Denve where she was a member of Delta G a m m a sorority. Her fiance served in the navy. At the present both Miss Drobnitch and Delisa arc employed by Garrett Freight lines in Denver. The wedding dale is sel for late August. Diplomas were presented to three graduates of Ihe Grecley Beauly school, 820'.= Eighlh strccl, al a special ceremony last week. The graduates arc pictured here, seated, left to right, Geraldine Campbell of Cornish, Yvonne Story and John Culver, both of Greeley. Standing, left to right, arc the instructors. -Mrs. Marguerite Davis, Mrs. Joanne Wolff and Sirs. Edylhe Roc, owner of Ihe school. The trio is in Denver this week laking Stale Board of Cosmetology ' exams. They have been enrolled al Ihc Beauty school for Ihe past nine months. Awards Presented to Cameron Girl Scouts Terry Drop Moore To Divorce Case HOLLYWOOD (A -- A.c t r e s s Terry Moore said Monday thai alter, talking" things over'wilh her attorney she has decided to withdraw the divorce suit she- filed against -he/ husband, Eugene Mc- Gralh, international businessman. The actress surprised Hollywood iast .week when she suddenly instituted the suit, and charged her husb'and with having "illicit relations" with various women. Girl Scouls of Troop 148 of - H court ol awards Friday. The me' :rs look sack lunches and hiked lo Glenmere and Ihen returned lo Ihe home of J o a n Oloupalik, where they received their badges.* Those who have completed second class rank badge and My Troop badge were: 'Kathy Adcor.k, Linda Baab, Sharon Billings, Diane Brown, Belly, Cox, Barbara Douglas, Carol Ann Hillenkamp, Iris Johnson, Louise Kills, Marcia Murphy, Saundra Naughlnn, Joan Olou- palik, Nancy Sirrilh, Margaret Spilzer and Mary Swanson. Other badges awarded were as follows: Linda Baab, home gardener and magic carpel; Marcia Murphy, drawing and painling, skating group musician, woodcraft, dabbler, outdoor cook; sports, cook, salt water and musician; Iris John, son, cook, dabbler, magic carpet; Carol Ann Hillenkamp, skating. Diane Brown, home health am safely, cat and dog, dabbler, draw' Cleverly Girls 4-H club met at the Pleasant Valley schoolhouse lasl 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 .will bring three cookies of nny kind, which she has made. These will be judged, Eire now permits Ihe import of Salk anli-polio vaccine. Miss Moore, said her decision to ;iri and . paillting housekeeper have the suit dismissed, does notj c o o V swim , PrMder , m a g i c car Â£ eti mean that .a reconciliation has ! h o m ' m a k e r an( . spo ' rts . 5 oan Q^ lammal and star; musician; Betly ...i... Â«,,,.., ictu.i.ii.uTM "Â« homemaker anc! been accomplished I m going to uk bird m . drop the case right n o w " . s n c . . l o l d M . Swanson , a reporter, "in . the hopes thall r . n v \ n ,, c n l 7 n n n o a reporter, "in . the hopes Eugene and I can meet in about a month when I finish my picture and discuss . the possibilities of getting back together." McGrath filed an answer lo her ;uit in which he denied her allega- .ions that he had associated wilh other w.omen. He has now flown aack to Panama, where he has lis business headquarters. Real Problem GREEN. BAY, Wis. Â· 1*1--The local Cox . housekeeper, homemakcr and cook; Saundra Naughton, homemaker, cook and magic carpe.l; and Margaret Spilzer, homemaker. Willis Vandivers Visit Friends HÂ»rÂ» Dr. Willis C. Vandirer of Billings, Mont., former principal of Arlington, and family were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen C. Hicks of west of Greeley: The .Vandivers also visited Ihe Melvin Adams family and former col- Assn. of. Commerce parking and [leagues. traffic committee hastily adjourned | Prior lo coming here, Dr. Van- its meeting recently when the vice chairman announced that parking meters were about to expire. Discussion of what lo do about increasing downtown parking iicili- Lies was postponed. diver "was occupied in educational work for a short time in Washing- Ion, D. C., where his family joined him at the close of school. They are returning home .by way of Salt Lake City. MAPIE CLUB REGISTER NOW THE ORIGINAL- hJlMCWjxl KOIIorill Ur f** UtfU * Mtd tvery mÂ«^th wÂ« ik*M ofh* Â· DfvidtAd Â·OLD C E A F T S M A W B K A S S P L A N T E R KUB. SHTT GftBGE MB* EHMCL BflDBOB uumoor RUCKERS 1028 Eighth Ave. I B E B O R E T O A B K A B O U T T H I S YONYJTS S U R P R I S E B O N U S O m R l N G I Week's Scw-Thriffy PRINTED PATTERN .^\ Kilchon, rtcsscn, 7:30, (. \irnation (JanU-ii cluh, ily picnic, L n v r l n n d park. Mizpuh class of Firsi Bnplisl \. ., . church, Mrs. Louis Noirol. 1722 Â· " K ' nth slrccl ' N'indconlh avenue; Mi's. E m m a Wickcrstrom and Mrs, Congregational church of Millikon. graduation class, the first in 17; years, lie lives al Calgary. Canada, i where he is supervisor of d r a f t i n g and reproduction for the British Grtdullt Dimti Will Mttt Wtdniidiyt Graduate Dames, wives of the graduate students at Colorado Stale College, will meet each Wednesday afternoon during the summer school session. The pir- lies will be held in the Western and Panel lounges of the Student I'nion from 2 tn 4 o'clock. Bridge and c a n a s t a will he played. Ol'li- cers will be elected at this week's initial meeting. Mrs. Sam Gales is sponsor of the Graduate Dames. American Oil company Itobert resides at North Bend, I 0 f Stralghti Ore., where he practices law. He I H . r e ' f r o m Florid. also is city al.orncy. I Both men were torn in Grcrli-y \ C a P l a ' n an[1 M r s - Uanley Elson and attended schools was graduated from and look his law course at the versity of Colorado. hire. Robert j Straight and children, Kalhy, Sue Greeley hiah A n n a n d Tommy, are her" visit- Sinall-Whittaker Vows Exchanged Miss Anna Louise Whillaker. d a u g h l e r of Mr. and .Mrs. Everett i n j . i ins Ihoir parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. ! John N. Watson of 613 Twenty fourlh slrcel and Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. Slraifihl, whose home is in the Poudrc canon. They also are spending some time wilh other relatives and friends. The f a m i l y expects to be in Colorado until July 3. The Slraighls drove here from ,,. , , . . , , . n . r s . vere She makes her home with her w h i i i a k c r of Grccley. and W. Dean " "11. wilh Mrs. Fcuerstein of 225 Thir- A special guest at Ihe birthday i p p l d i r a t i n n was Mrs. Mnllie Sch.i\i " OC)Crl I hauer, sislcr of Mrs. Kaiser. Slv noon. |] ivcs a( AuRtisIa, Kan., and made , son of Mr. and Mrs. Sheltnn Small of 8 Anlclope drive, were Panama City. Kla., where the cap- t a i n , a jet pilot, is assigned a: Â· research officer to Ihe interceptor pil " 1 r " cilrch ' " nder 1 "-"" , were j , married Sunday afternoon at 1:30 r[ TM h , " AJ development com- o'clnck at the Pillar of Fire church. m a n d , al Tyndall AFB. I^^S^ 1 ^ i UUKIII i beautifully, decorated I cake, which shc made for her sister. Mrs. Schawbauor has won many prizes for her cooking. She is 73. Sixty-one relatives and five close friends allcnded Ihe picnic. ' Bergman's Daughter Visit Her This Summer SALT LAKE CITY HI -- Jenny Ann Luidslrom says she'Jl visit her actress mother, Ingrid Bergman, in Paris this summer. They have not seen each other since 1951. Miss Lindstrom, soon to he 19, said shc. her father, step-mother, 1-year-old slop-brother and Dr. Agnes J. ftovanck, a Czech-born Pa"rk c"a'bin,"po"vc'rcd"d"ish luncii-i p c f i a l r i c i ""' "I' 11 ' ea TM ^ A n- Mrs. Ed MeisinRcr, country home, 1:30. Galclon Willy Workers, Mrs. David Fa^prbcrg, nurthc.isl of Greeley, 7:30. VFW auxiliary, B r a n n a m a n hall,'8:00. IIGL, Mrs. Lida Parmelee, Denver; mecling home of Mrs. Adolph Sitiman, 3:30 a.m., for transportation; covered dish luncheon. Groups 1 through 5 of First C h r i s t i a n ' c h u r c h , Balcom hall, covered dish hinchono, 12:45; each member bring covered dish, sandwiches and lablc service, Circles of First Methodist church: C. Mrs. Marvin Meyers, 2-130 N i n t h a v e n u e , dessert, ]:30. E. Mrs. Grace Lewis, F.sles S. W o l f g a n g per- T , hcJ Watson's other ,!,, ,-i,,l, co'.'cmonv aml dall P" 1( ' r . M r - nn(1 MÂ«- A1 ' ' Lallo, and children, Judy, Dana and Leslie, of Denver spenl the wpkend here. fas decorated with gar- The bride was attired in a dress of white frosted nylon. Her hal was while, wilh touches of blue. Mrs. J u d y Sanders, m a t r o n of honor, wore a blue frock and white accessories. Their corsages were of white carnations. The best lipplc. eon, meal, rolls and drink furnished, noon. H. Mrs. E. L. Brooks, mountain cabin; covered dish luncheon; rolls, buller and coffee lo be furnished; meet for Iransportolion Direction. 1 ; printed right, on each patlern part! Easy sewing, lo make this smart blouse wardrobe! !lassic shirtwaist, cool scoop-neck style -- your choice of two sleeve versions for each! Printed Pattern 4599: Misses' Sizes 10 r 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 shirtwaist, takes ITs yards 35-inch; scoop-neck si vie 1% yards. Printed directions on ench pattern p a r t . Easier, f a s t e r , accurate. Send 50 cents in coins for this pattern--add 5 cents for each pat- ern for ]si-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams (Greeley Tribune) 363 Pattern Dept.. 243 West I71h St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly name, address, size and style number. al 9:30 a.m. I. Mrs. Lawrence Barnelt, 15124 Ninlh avenue; Mrs. Ray Smilh assisling, dessert, 1:30. Disabled American Veterans, chapter, auxiliary and junior .T^ ~" V,' unit, installation wilh Loveland and Fort Collins, Veterans building, Lovoland, 8:00. Town and Country HD club, crafts meeting, Mrs. Lloyd Gros saint, southeast of Grcclcy Happy Hour club, Mrs. Tcci Schumacher, 1499 Tenth street; roll call, favorite flower. Alpha Lambda chapter of ESA, husbands' picnic, Luther park, 6:30; bring table service; Mrs. Edwin Bauer, c h a i r m a n . Helping Hand IID club, Mrs. Bob Larson, La SalJe. Friendly 12. meeting postponed due to. illness. VP Added NEW YORK Wi-Reform Juda- sm in America has a new lop j executive. .For the first time in Its 84-year history, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations has added a second-in-command to its administrative leadership. The union, cenlral body of Ihe reform branch of Judaism, n a m e d llabbi Jay K a u f m a n as vice president, to serve along wilh Dr. M a u rice N. E i s e n d r a t h , president of the body. "Reform J u d a i s m ' s continuing phenomenal growth made this step u r p c n l l y necessary," said Ju Solomon Eisner, of Hartford, Conn., chairman of. the union's boc "and now gives this great religious m o v e m e n t another man of u n u s u a l vision and skill lo sharr in its executive and spiritual leadership." USE THE TRIBUNE~WANT ADS next week, bound for holm. Her father, Dr. Peter Lindslrom, is a neurosurgcon on Ihe medical school faculty at University of Utah in Sail Lake City. Miss Lind- slrom has just completed her freshman year al University of Colorado. She came here lo visit her f a t h e r . She says she will make Ihe side trip from Stockholm lo Paris alone Ihe other member of her party for some touring o the c o n t i n e n t later this slimmer "I'm looking forward to the trip very much," she said in an interview. Her mother is appearing in Pun's the French stage version of Robert Anderson's "Tea and Sym- \oTrOK j*s TO pnoposKr* nrnr;KT n l i r ? I s h c r e l i y (;M*-II 1 h a L a pro- p'f.Tfl b u d p i - I h a ' lif-cn h i i l n n i l If-.] in ir,;irH of ,'vhr, j i l i n r i S r h n n l J ) l s i r l - 1 -.'o -,Ti f r i r I l i f e n - u i n r f i " - n l v f - u r n f rOT-ir-r.s T l M I a c ' i p y of p i K h p r n - "jrli p r n p n . ' r f l hiMr'-l T v l l I 1,* rr t n- r M . A n y t a x p a y ^ r i v i l h l n M l r h June Special ELLIOTT'S Rubber-based flat wall paint. Quick dry. Roll or brush on. White and col- (fuarl. Regular S1.63 _ Gallon S3.SO .._ 1.50 MOFFST'S man was Harry L. The wedding reception \vas held t the Small home, after which Ihe ewlyweds left for Denver whore hey will reside at 80 Washington bride attended Greeley (reel. The chools and has been employed by Gilbert-Bishop Drug company. The room was graduated from Greedy high in 1953 and is a marine orps veteran. He works for West- rn Electric in Denver. RobineH; Visiting Here from Florida J. Lnris Kobinctt, his wife and four children are here from Pensacola, Fla. They are visiting his parcnls and his two brothers, Maynard and Wilburl, and Iheir families of wcsl of Evans. Robinett allendcd Evnni schools and was graduated from Greeley high. He has been in the navy 16 years and is presently an aviation machinist male first class, ts- signed to Pcnsacola naval air station. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Mrs. Ernett Rieder and two daughters, Sharon, 14, and Dar- enc, 5, of DoVney, Calif., arrived )y train Tuesday. They will visit lor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl iarber, west of Greeley. While here Mrs. Ricder will dispose of a rcidence which she and her husband own in Grcelcy. Colombia's oil outpul was up' 11 per cent last year, al 44,000,000 barrels. Montag Stationery 820 Tenth St. 'Â·Â·Â·^Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·M*** Brewer Carpel and Furniture Cleaners The Industry-Approved Products and Service 1527 8th Ave. Phone 2S9-J SHOP FRIDAY EVENINGS Courtesy Parking 913 11th St. Unlined Summer Suit 8.95 8 gorgeous colors USE YO UR JOSLIN CHARGE ACCOUNT lilac white orange ice navy beige turquoise (pice pink B. ../// NEVER a fashion scoop like THIS for the price! Crisp royon linen suits that ore GUARANTEED WASHABLE! Iron like a hanky! Won't shrink! They're color fast! Wrinkle shedding, too! Mines' Siic.i 10 to 20 also in Helf Sizes 14'/z to 24Vi STREET FLOOR . . . SUITS Horse Show June 29-30 . . . Rodeo July 3-4 Buy your BATES DISCIPLINED COTTONS at JOSLIN'S. 20th Century Fox film being shown at Chief Theater starting June 26.
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