Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 26, 1962 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 26, 1962
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In Armed Forces FREEMAN m GERMANY V. S. KOKCES, Germany- Army Priv«t« First Class Darrell A. Frmnan. 25. who« wile. Sharon, lives at 1211 7th St., Greeky, Colo., participated with other mmters of tbt ISJnd Trampcr Sabre Knot in Gef many The »eek-kMg field training maneuver, designed to twt winter combat readiness, bvclved approximately 30,000 troops. Freeman is an aircraft repairman in the Detachment in Hanau. He entered tb* Army in 1X1. and receive training at Ft. Ord, Calif. Freeman was stationed at Ft. Eustis, Va., before arriving overset* in April. He is a 19S7 graduate of L'kiah Ahurst USS HUntictlU USS MONTlCELLO-Edward L.! t USS MonticeUo. a;r«tura to her borne port late Orfj;Wed, Dtt. 26, 1M2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page Ampbiowus bquadroni month, after spending six months: Five operating out ol San Diego.jwHh the Seveah Fleet in thet Ca]iS (Western Pacific. The HootKcllo u one of the! During her cruise, the ship 1 man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Broyles of Rt. 3. Greelfy, High School in California. His Colo., is seiving aboard the dock · F'~"«««· U»*»JJPW , v* v J with the capacity for carrying nu-jwaii. Manila, Okinawa Hong merous assault crafts, troops. andiKong and Uhtr ports in 'the Far helicopters. She is scheduled to | East. j with a price-slashing, old fashioned famous first quality values! Hurry! PFNNFY'S * I - j l ^ l ^ L ' * * 1 - ' Republicans Scored Gains Lam-fur sweaters . . . wool flannel skirts BIG SAVINGS ON SPRING COLORS Penney's own lam-fur blend of lambswool, angora rabbit hair and nylon . . . in wanted pullover and cardigan fashions. Misses' sizes. Tailored of Stevens doeskin flannel with rayon »e*t lining to keep nhape . . . slim line Frtnch w»l»tb«nd. Basic colors, too. Misses' sizes. GLAMOROUS NYLON TRICOT SLEEPWEAR Lilting, light-hearted, lightly-priced baby dolls, waltz gowns, flowing shifts to delight. All laced, be-ribboned or bowed with a touch of Oo-la-la. Assorted colors. JUNIOR BOYS' CORDUROY LONGIES lO'.j-ounce cotton cord uroy pants are washable Half-belt, elastic back zip-fly, cuffs. 4 to 10. BOYS' COTTON SPORT SHIRTS 100', cotton gingham plaids and printed broad- c 1 o t h p. All machine washable. Long sleeves. 6 to IS. Plush Velvety Sucdc Robe, Hand Washet! Sanforized" Cotton Slip Specials! Men's Warm Cotton Flannel Work Shirts! Boys' Warm Supplons Reduced! g, RAYMOND j. CROWUY WASHINGTON APi - Repub- Hampshire and two in Maine -though the Republicans retain tcored net gains of about overwhelming majorities in boft 150 seats ia state legislatures in the Nor. 8 election, tnd in the Jtoceis ousted Democrat from control of both Senate and House in three states -- Pennsylvania, Colorado and Utah. Democrats still will' stale capitals. Forty-five stales held election for their legislatures Nov. 6. The exceptions were Kentucky, l.-uisi- ' ana. Mississippi. New Je'rw h Virginia. Some of these five did control hold special elections to fill va- both legislative chambers in Kjcancies. Satei The Republicans will have, T h« bigg*t Kepublican win sucn two-house command in 19J Nov 6 was scorei in M land 5Ut»; «nd is four states control | where a judge's edict enlarged ·01 be divided. ]the House oj M ,,, ^ Before the election. Democrats j greater influence to populous dominattd both l e g l s ) ative!^ e a s rv»»~* branches in 28 states, the Repub- ' u raska has . . -- - . . . · -- r "i ueurgia, a negro was eiwt- Ucan, in 14: .nd m 7 states.con- ed to the state Senate for Jbe ' In Georgia, a Negro was elect- first timc in « y^rs after his- one^hamberjtoric reapportionment gave 25 of , , SC ,T" t]taeA \** M 4e«U to nine urban coon- without politkal labels; therefore ties it cannot be classified.) 1 The legislatures of the SO states ; have about 7,500 members. Net Republican gains of around are small in proportion to Texas will have seven Republican state legislators, more than at any time since Reconstruction 150 The outgoing legislature had two the| Olher Southern states in which · - - -- w.ijct ovuuiciu aLaies m wnitr ·'^nTr-S^l^^ areRepi * licans « ataed were: A"* nailM OV InP i T l l H h l O h CrtnnmanH k « n » ' . _ , i j-i . i- ». . Hailed by the GOP high command '^ere as a sign ot party progress. Republican leaders point, in particular, io a net pickup of 26 seats In the South as evidence of · the growth of a two-party system there. Democrats point to a victory in Hawaii, where they won control jof the Senate tnd retained con- jtrol of the House. Democrats also picked up some : seats in traditionally GOP north- lern New England--eight in New bama 2. North Carolina 6, Okla homa 13. Tennessee 2. States in which Democrats controlled both chambers before Nov. 6 and still do. are: , Democrats For Rent Typewriters and Adding Machines Alabama, Alaska (assuming can organize House 1 Arizona nominal majority iff House i, Arkansas, California Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Ken lucky, Louisiana, M a r y l a n d . Massachusetts, Mississippi, Mis souri. New Mexico, North' Caro lina, Oklahoma. Oregon, Rhod« Island, South Carolina. Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia. States where Republican* · retained their previous two-chamber control are: Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, [Maine, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Vermont, Wisconsin, Wyoming. Sprechfen Sie Deutsch ATHENS, Ohio (AP) -- A group ,of Ohio University students has been granted a charter by the state of Ohio for a unique corporation. They are establishing an Ohio University German Language 'House, where German must -be in all areas except gRi- jVale rooms. Officials say it is the first son|l university, nonfratemity housing 'unit ever to operate within the confines of Ohio University. Only three of the 14 me« involved speak German fluently, but all are taking courses. H«»rinj AMs-- 5eg«n Ph«rmtKy.-Adv. FARM AND CATTLE SALE THURS., Jan. 3, 1963 Starting at 10:00 a.m. Walter Roths, Jr.. 13 mi. E. of Greeley on Hwy. 34 then 2',j mi. S. or 2|-j mi. S. of Kuner Station. " ;· LUNCH BY KUNER CIRCLE ';-; 1956 I.H.C. 400 Fatt Hitch: 1951 I.H.C. M tractor; 1948 J D^A tractor, tingle frcnt: 1948 J.D. B tractor, single front, biet cult.; 1953 Jubilee Ford tractor, newly overhauled: J.D. nK 8 mower; J.D. No. 5 mower: 1961 wheel type I.H.C. topper: l5tC 2 bottom spinner plow. 16 in.: 1960 New Holland baler, »o. 68; Farmhand loader, F14A: Silver Jet weed burner; new Holland side rake: 3 point cult, blade; J.D. spreader, model L .on rubber; Clark iprlng harrow, new; 1948 'chev. truck brtt jbed, tide hoiit, cattle rack; 2 Meyer ditchers: new 18 hole I.H.C. drill; tool bar for Fast Hitch I.H.C.: I.H.C. wheel type .tandem ditc; Van Brundt drill; new Speedy Vine Bester: J.D. [3 section heavy duty harrow: Eversmsn land leveler; roller; 300 gal. gas lank and stand; wide Farmhand w!th grapple fork; wooden float: 250 irr. tubes, 6 in. to 1 in.; 40 ton alfalfa 2nd cutting: J.D. 2 row corn cult, fast hitch: 7 ft. I.H.C. offset disc on wheilt: EZ-Flo fertilizer spreader; Great Western 6 jrow beet thinner; I.H.C. 4 row corn drill: Oliver weed sprayer, |fibergla« tank; I.H.C. tumble plow, 16 In.: John Deere green Chopper; 1 Heat Houier for I.H.C. 400: 1 Heat Houser for J.D. "A" and 1 for "B": 1 Surge pail, seamless and pipes: 1 eat Houser for M. CATTLE '; ' 77 head blk. cows and hfrs. from 1st calf hfrs. to aged cowt. I All prtj. teittd and guaranteed with cat'. ,-.; I HORSES ;i 10 head reg. Quarterhorses. from colts to 2 yr. old mare». iGrandiughleri and grandsons ot Leo and Tonto Gill. :· 1 Thli It an outstanding ta!e. plan to attend. i ! jC'laude Redman Auctioneer Halph Crcenwotd Auctioneer For n l i n y nrira ynti Ki'l. nil I h i s i|iinli(y-- S.'tnfori/cd K i- 0 I I on, shndmv pnnt'ls, luce I rim. Full or h a l f slips. Stock up now! Arnold triitcotatp 'n nylon supdf h n n d wnshi* like a hanky, is f u l l of l i g h t w e i g h t w a r m t h ! I n y o u r choice of colors. Tick n p r i n t , say novelty, fashion solid or all three! A great v s l u e in machine wash, (nasty w a r m fabric. Msrhine w a s h a b l e plaids an- Sanfor. iznl.jt Fcnney - made w i t h long body length, double shoulder yoke, 100', cotton. S, M. L. Short or fingertip length supplon jnckpts boasl warm, .iv'rylic pile lining! Handsome tones in several stylos. Sizes 10 to 20. \Vanih warm wool 'n rayon with soft leather palm. 5 colors in sizes small.-medium. large. MEN'S FASHION SWEAT SHIRTS FARM SALE ^ SAT., Dec. 29, Id62 'j Starting at 10:00 a.m. Ernest Broswcll and Ernie White. 10 mi. B"! : of il.iicerne, P , No., or 2 .N.. 2 mi, K.. l!i N. of Wll. . : S|nirt shirt styiinit in lotijr or short .-sleeve models. Crow necks, v- nccks, ?. i p plackets. Small, medium, large. CHARGE IT! SHOP PENNEY'S . . . OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TILL 8:30! 195? FCMI trader: T50 Internatlonjl baler. c*se lidecike isn rubber: 2 lection n*r«Kv: J section spring tooth harrow- 4 ( row J.D. beet and bean planter: 2 row corn planter; ditcher: |3 point Ford ditcher; Van Brunal grain drill: Sargent loader ,«ith h.iy hfad and manure bucket: Ford S (t. mower- 1937 (Chevrolet I 1 . T. truck with beet bed: cultivator tools: 1 bucket .Surjt milker: 2 bucket Perfection milker: 4 can milk cocltr: 1 «lralner: cream separator: miscellaneous 'terns: International jdisc: 19JS International tumble plow: Hoehme: Evers- jman, gram drill: mower and side d e l i v e r y : F-1C tractor: A I International and cgltlvator; H and loader: Ford ,tractor: M International tocoer: Continental sprayer: Continental post Hcle digger; 19:-0 Cnevro'et t«-uck with iltje ]h»!st; tools and miscellaneous: 100 tons ensilage. '0 ton scrap iron. C A T T L E i I head milk cows in production, 3 to 3 v r a ' s 1 bull, 2 yea- 'old Holstein. t Mr Holtlein. 2 Brahma ca'ves. | Plan to attend. Watc-h tar listing of Mrs. DorWy Cimiyotti Sal«, January 7. 1963 at 1 o'clock. Ol.AVDK RKOMAN. R i l ru ;t

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