Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 17, 1961 · Page 6
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Girl/11, Is Recovering From 3 1 /2-Day Ordeal on Life Raft Dr. Glenn Jones Of Johnstown Dies Thursday Dr. Glenn A. Jones, 09. a phy- M1AMI, Fla. ( A P I - Terry] Terry .To, of Green Bay. Wis.,'lifo rail. The skipper, named s ; ciari at johnslown (or the pasl Jo Dupcri-aiiA. 11-year-old s h i p - u as hrouglit to Mercy JlospitaljCoulhodoiitis, requested medical 41 y earSi jjcd Thursday at his wreck victim y v h o - d r i f t e d on a-Thursday by Const Guard hell-advice fiom the Coast Guard, raft for 3h days, suffered Friday copier. I from (he ravages of sea and sun.; Ful Shriveled Her doctor said: "1 think she willj' siie had clung to a white coi-k make it." . . . . h-afl, riding a sea made choppy llospit.1 attendant,- pos.ed a ,, y 16 . mi ,e an hour wind,. *HeraU nUa cluse guard over the blonde Sunday nighl. Her feel were shriv- «'*' "°. 11 ' al * child. Her con.li.io,, was listed',,,,, At Hospital '*! Admitted lo Weld County Gen- Thursday, Nov. 16: long cxpos , rc ,,, the "between serious and critical." 'salt water and her skin was col- "She is under constant surveil- n r e d a deep pink from the sun. lance," an attendant said. lips appeared lo have ",painted. j She wore pink corduroy i ·and a white blouse with ,I^nn r M GUI Mrs. Elizabeth McCaul, 1213 10th St.; Krisly Dodson, 2C06 1511) Ave.; William i,. Valdreau, 1131 8Hi Si.; Audric Valdreau, 1131 8i|i Fred L. Bryant r \ ; _ ' -.L l _ I ^ ^ r ^ l 4 - ^ , l qumler length sleeves. Dies at Hospital %,,. y ,, 0 % rcvimisly i, ad Kred L. Bryant, 78. of i reported lost with four otters, in- \Vyo.'; Cheryl Ann Rudd. Pierci 1 ; Dale C. Fruit, 1114 15th St.; -Mrs Ramona Martinez, Platteville; ·He w a s bom Dec. S, IMS, at, Clark County, Iowa; Hu wijs' mai 1 -; rted Sept. 10. lVS.it Kearhey. 1 · B l 1 l - a t 11; " f m ' r Neb U s wife, Marinn Frances.: 1 "-? 55 ^ c ,? m f , ft0 " 1 a - m ' rhursd . a ' * died July'lT.'Thcy moved to Giee-j s t "f' ley in 19H from Portland, Ore , n n d . h a d lived hcrc'since. Survivors include Ihicc daughters, .Mrs. Irene O'Neil of Texas City, Tex.., Mrs. Kenneth (Flo. bert'iO Orr and Mrs. Edward , , Lapla.n ,rheo, -saymg a wme at Johnslown, He was born Oct. 1, 1892, at Cuslcr. S. r. He was graduated 'ram (lie School of Medicine at Fire Destroys Gasoline Pump (Beryl) Sweet, both ol Greeley; a A gasoline pump al the Five son, Max, of Costa .Mesa, Calif.; jMimitc Automatic Car -Wash dt lour, sisters, Mrs. Annie Mintonji422 8lh Ave., here was "destroyed and.Mrs. : Goldio. Gotham, both of Pasadena, Calif.,. Mrs. Bertha Kelly'and Mrs. Penrl Flick, both of Eau Claire, \Vis.j » brother, Roy Burliani of Greeley; nin» grandchildren and grandchildren. ly a fire about 9:12 a. m. Friday. Macys Morluiwy is in charge of arrangements, which are incomplete. Mrs. Cyrus F. Nickerson, Johnstown; Gcral dine Hunt, Wilson Hall; Connie Jo Woncnberg, 2520 23rd Ave. Ct.: Mrs. Howard B. Garrell. Johns- own; George W. Case, Milltken Dismissed: Mis. Abran Herreri. Johnslown; Duane Ray Rah, Eaton; Krisly Dodson, 2606 15th Ave.; Lynda Garretl,' 1144 34lh Ave.; Eric Hookom, 930 4th St ; jiilannc Woslfall, 1008 llth Ave : Mrs. Harold Fuss. 1707 8lh St.; Joseph 0. Woods, La Salle;'Jess Rodarte, 1027 «ih St.; Mi's. Mil- was knocked over-by a car be ing backed up by B. M. Reid of the .Camfield Hotel, firemen re- Iwo great ported. The blaze was cxlin- The pump .caught fire when it dred E. Simmons, 1212 lOtli St.; guished in'a-short time. Damage was confined to the pump. IXE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS FOR CHRISTMAS BE PRACTICAL. · B E WISE 1 '/ Give a stole by-Princess Garment lo a lady friend for Christinas, ^'liia.fme all wool stole comes in a choice of nine colors.; Pluce. your orders in person, .by phone or . wrile. Contact. L '* M Enterprises, 1C25 '7th ' Avenue,-' Greeley, Colo., rhona EL-3-6129 alicr 6:30 p.m. Our ChrtalmRB special ?7.9; each, $6.95 In orders of all or $6.95 in orders of twelve or more. FOB Greeley. Last orrtprs lor Oiirialnins delivery, Dec. 2. List price J12.95. ·Terms mft-y be arranged. . L M ENTERPRISES 1«« 7th Ave., «reel»jv Colorado P.O. Box 1028 Conrad H. Ginther, 1417 7th St.: Walter G. Sundquist Johnstown; Mrs. Jane L. Ogilvie, Denver; Mrs. Kenneth Vickcy, Ixivelaiiti; Mrs. David li. Smils, Plalleville; Hi-s. Orville Keaton, 921 24th St.; Mrs. Hubert E. Dannail, Eaton; Mrs. Violet Wiswell, Ml N. lltl Ave.; Mrs. August Baugh, Wei donai Mrs. Gwendol L. Reid, 2501 6th St.; Mrs. Richard L. Leb sack, La Salle; baby girl Garcia Kersey. With Officers H«ld on ConctaM W««pon Police Lt. Carrol Long repotted Friday afternoon Leland \Vorley of 523 7th SI. is being held in city jail on charges of carrying a concealed weapon.' Long said Worley was arrested Thursday night afier allegedly threatening James Hpdson, 21 N. 8th Ave., with a gun. Sgt. Charles Arvas and office Clarence Oliver made the arres' .lie University of Nebraska and did post-graduate work ,at the Mayo Institute and later at Wash inglon University. Dr. Jones in- lerned at'Denver and Omaha. He married Dorothy Johnson al Greeley in' 1922 and tlicy movet lo Johnstown, where Dr. Jones began his practice. As a result o a free immunization program he founded in 1924 in (he sclmols Johnstown was the first comniu nity in the slate to overcome widespread outbreaks .of scarle fever, diplheria and smallpox. El sic Grant, .the full-time sciioo nurse, who worked with him in the program, died four years ago he 1961 graduating clnss o ohnstown High School dedicalei s yearbook lo him in apprccia on for his services lo schoo liildren. Dr. Jones was active in commu ity and civic affairs. He was nayor for six years before 194 nd was president of Ihe Com ncrcial- Club. He. was an activ nember of the Rotary Club ah i-as a past president ,of an .ear ier Rotary Club at Johnslown He was a member of Mason! .odge 140 ,AF k AM, the Denye Consistory and the Shrine. He re ained his membership in the Con 'regational Community Church a Custcr. Dr. Jones was a pas iresidcnt of the Weld Count .ledical Society. A collector of fossils and pre lisloric Indian relics, he was a o a skilled artist. His painting o Bethlehem, the town.of Christ lirth, hangs above the altar i he First .Methodist Church Johnstown each Christmas. Dr. Jones was an avid reade md his special interest when h died w a s ' t h e establishment.! he Johnstown Memorial Librar; Friends who wish may make m morial donations for the librar to the trusteeship of Donald Day at Johnstown. Survivors include his wife, Do othy, and a sister, Mrs. Helen Borgen of Custer. Mankey Mortuary at Johnstow is in, charge of funeral arrang ments which will be announc later. M you're ofl yoMT feel i lot let .hoM enst y«ir kg tatigu*. The infilled two-»»5r kni( of «ll-nylo« Siip5).hc«e proYtd« ri« important you w«nt. Tlie knrt«.)astic* top p»e»«iti slipping, kw titrtt- smart socks s*«y . Look good, feel good -- J " X _ . f~ - . 1 ·· * 1 t** S, in Supp-hose.Try i pair today, t r*, FRIDAY EVENINGS loH E. Honsheyr, D.O. Announces the location of his new office at 820 13th Street · .. » For the general practice of-medicine and surgery. Telephone 352-2205 Toys-Hobbies . Choose from the largest selection in Northern Colorado The most complete, and the most fabulous selection we've ever carried. Lay-Away Now For Christmas Giving 50c Ritchey's HOLDS IT AT ' Toys and Hobbies M 8lh »'.; AtroM from Ptnnty's Objectives Conlinued from page 1) hool of Business Administration as enthusiastically received by s audience. He prefaced his serious remarks In 45 minutes of jokes and anec- Dr. Langdale was impressed ith the large number of women esenl. He was" unaware lhat ·er 25 of the women were there Iheir own right as members ol e 'Chamber, being proprietors co-proprietors. · . · M«y«- Pr«skt»i Mike Meyer, retiring presideni, ·esided. Invocation and benedic ou was given by the Rev. Leslie Bowers Jr. of the First Chris an Church. Dr. Ralph King o olqrodo Slate College led - the nging o f ' "The Star Spanglci anner" with Jon Hanshew a organ. Hanshew, a junior a reeley High School, also playe uring the dinner. uarnsey (Continued from page 1) N £ acres of land for industrial de elopmenl. Universal Plastics op ned a new plant in Greeley. Tin Clamber spearheaded a func aising drive which resulted i le purchase of a nine-hole mu .icipal golf course. SI Convintwni A total of 58 major and mino onventions were booked for Gree ey during the year. And, of course, the big Fouii if July celebration was at it lest. Another big Chamber pro icl was the second annual Kraz Daze merchant promotion. The Chamber talked with o Mais of a Kansas firma bout ol aining commercial airline serv ce for Greeley. Prebilt Compon enis opened a new plant in th Industrial area. From a political standpoint, on of the Chamber's big moves wa he publically announced oppc sition lo plans for school reorga .zatiun. These are only' the highlight Meyer said. There were man more projects and accomplis menl.s during the year, he add* Thursday .night a former pre idcnl Barney Flood, prcsen) Meyer with a special plaque coi mcmorating his year as preside of the Chamber. I ; ." Suffer Minor njuries in Weld raffic Mishaps An Eaton woman and her son let two Windsor youths received inor injuries ji traffic accidents the county Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Bonita Z. Lopez, St. Eaton, iffered cuts and bruises when car driven by her son, Juan . Lopez, 37, also Eaton, went [ Colo. 392 and hit an irrigation Ich headgatc one, mile cast of ucerne about 1:05 p.m. She was eated at Weld County General ospilal and released. Her son received face bruises. lie 1953 aulo Lopez was driving as damaged an estimated $300 igluvay Patrolman Don Girnt nd Patrol Sgt. A. V. Robison re- orted. The Windsor youths. Robert D. runner and Richard Jonassen, oth 18, were hurt, when a car riven by Brunner went off the mith road 1.5 miles north oi mith's corner on U. S. 34 west f here about 5:20 p.m. The 1954 auto went into a ditch i:d turned over. Brunner incur: ed lacerations on the arm ant ace. He was treated by a doctor, onassen suffered head bruises Ifglnray Patrolman Gene Admire slimated Brunner's car was a to- al loss. ed Thomai ____ ohn Rice -. _rune!* Dreifep lerbert Brandtner . riac Jones ermit Kint Chicago Grain CHICAGO (AP)^lbacks were ;eneral .and fairly broad in spots oday as hedge selling exposed a feeble demand and pulled out additional liquidation in slow grain futures dealings on the Board of Trade. Many contracts lost a cent or more and nearly all ran to major fractions in the early afternoon. Dealers said Ihero appeared to tie considerable hedging in corn and that there apparently was a good volume of the same type pressure in whea't.! ; Reports were ' that exporters again had bought wheat from .the government and hedged it in the market pending sales abroad, probably next week. Prev. High Low Close close Wheat Pec Mar May Jul Sep Corn Dec Mar May Jul ,Sep i Oals 'Dec 'Mar 'May ;Jul iSep ' Rye Dec jMar Tay ul City Traffic Accidents .^ Cars fa Accident Greeley Police reported a five ar accident and two accident hat occurred at the same plac and at the same time Thursday Cars driven by William H. Par man, 139 34th Ave. and Georg W. Case of Milliken, were in volved in an accident at lllh Ave and 16th St. that set off a chai reaclion with three parked cars Parked cars belonged to Lu Savala of Severance, Ralph Sa of Rt, 4, Greeley and David Fah renbruch,' 1715 8th St. Besides the five cars, x Oil of Greeley curb was damaged Damages to the five cars totale $700 and was distributed as fo lows: Parman, 1958 sedan, $150; 1950 sedan, $300; Savala, 1950 se dan, $150; Sail, 1M9 sedan, $50; Fahrenbrucli, 1951 sedan, $50. Two accidents occurred at Kb Ave. and 16th St. at 8:06 p.m. Thursday. Drivers, cars and damages were as follows: Helen Schulke, 716 15lh St., 1954 sedan, $75; Dorothy Cameron, 14,9 12th St., sedan, $30: Nferilyn Ocbsner, 1602 14th St., 1961 sedan, $10; George Vosmera. 614 5th Ave., 1959 sedan, $1.50. ; age 6 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Nov. 17, 1961 58- BULLS-58 Horned and Polled Hereford* MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1961 Starling at 12:30 P.M. (Lunch Served at 11:00 A.M.) it Bohlender Bros. Hereford Ranch LaSALLE, COLORADO CLAUDE REDMAN, Auctioneer --REPRESENTATIVES-American Hereford Axoclatlen Record Stockman Western Ftrm Lift . American Polled Hereford Auoclatlon Weitern Llveitoek Hereford Journal CAHLE AND MACHINERY SALE TUESDAY, NOV. 21. 1961 Starting at 10 A.M. Lunch by the Prairie View 4H and Sunday School. ' We will sell at public auction for Mr. Hermit Golart, located 3 miles east of Ault, Colo., to government sign, then 71/4 miles north or 11 miles west of Brlggsdale, Colo., then ?!/ z north! the ollowlng: 83 Hereford' cows; 5 'yearling ' H e r e f o r d hfr«,; 75 Hereford steer and hfr. calves; 3 Reg. Hereford Polled Bulls, age J and r years old; 1 Buckskin Gelding, ranch broke and 7 years old; xorrell yearling Colt. 1950 Chev. Pickup; 1946 Chev. truck with end hoist, 'good condition; 1940 Chev. truck, good condition; 1949 Chev. 2-Door. 1951*55 .Massey-Harris tractor; .1953 44 tlatcey Harris tractor with pump: Model L Case tractor'; 34 CC Case tractor; CC Case tractor with La u rid sen fonder; .2 K2 Case combine*, 12 ft.; 12-ft. Cachshut combine, self propelled; 110 Silver drill; 10-14 Oliver drill, deep furrow; Massey. Ferguson aler, like new; Graham Hoehmt 13 ft.; Calkins rod vyeeder; Kraus one way, 10 ft.; Baldwin grain auger with gas motor; JD corn harvester; Msssey, Harris 17-ft. disc; MM mower;' Dump rake; 'Deering side r a k e j ' M a s s e y Harris heat houser; 4-row ;orh Iliter; 2-row Go-dig; 4 row Go-dig; roll over Miskin scraper; 3 300-gal gas tanks and stands; Hammer mill; fanning mill; 3 ton block i a It;. 4000 baEet good hay; 700 bales bright wheat straw; appr. 3000 bales straw; 2 14x34 tractor tirei, good; stock saddle, like new; some tools, shovels, forks and loti of misc. 18 mcki spring wheat. Mr. and Mr. Kermlt-Gofart t have sold their ranch which Is the reason for thii sale. These cows will be sold acpordEng to age and are from 3 to 8 years old. These cowi will all havt clean bill of health and have been pregnancy checked. Be sure to attend this sale, as these are good cattle. Sale Conducted By Weld County Livestock Comm, Co. Greeley, Colo. Aucts.: Claude Redman Ralph Greenwood Howard Corr '. Tom Kime, Mgr. ,. Elmer Morgensen, Clerk USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS HARTNAGLE AUCTIONS LUNCH ON GROUNDS Wednesday. Nov. 22 -- 10 a.m. TRACTORS MACHINERY · TOOLS ·- CATTLE DIRECTIONS! 6 miles «outh of Longmont on highway ZB7 and t/2 mile we«t, or fix mflcs north of Lafayette and y x triMe west. ' · CAUL JOHNSON, Owner WILLARD HARTNAGLE, Auctioneer · R a d i o Program MON.-SAT., 6M5 A.M. over KLMCT 1050, Longmont . 2.p3Vi 2.08H 2.oey t z.os'/i a.oaii Z.1U6 2.105a 2.1011 2.1U1 2.12 3 A 2!l2H 2.12V1 2.12 3 , 1 ! 2.15^4 2.15V. 2.15V1 2.15Vs 1.10 1.08TJ 1.09 J.10W 1.1331 1.12i l.KVi 1.14',i 1.17* 1.1614 1.1654 1.WS 1.20V 1.19V4 1.191= 1.21 1.2114 1.20 1.20',i 1.2U1 .70?! .70 .72 .72? i .72^4 .66% .70 '-.TMi .73 .73 i .TSVi CHOOSE QUALITY.^ CHOOSE £foftj4fafo. MEATS Bacon, Sausage,' Wteneri, Utnch l.MVi I.37'/i 1.38',i 1.40 1.39^-i 1.37VJ 1.38 1.3911 1.38?i 1.37 1.37 1.3814 'l.31« 1.30'/i l.JO'.i 1.3Hi sep Soybeans lar rfay ul Vug S*p Vn J.41',1 2.« I.Wb 2.43 2.43!i 2.46 s , 2.45',i 2.45VJ 2.46H 2.48V. 2,48 2,48 J.48H S.4914 2.48H tM'.i 2.49'i J.iS 3 ,. 2.48i 2.48K 2.48H 2.39y« 2.38'A 2.381J 2.39Vi Wat! Street NEW YORK (AP) -- The s!«k market settled generally lower in airly active trading late this aft ernoon. · . , ' . , Volume for the day was' esti mated at 3.7 million shares com' lared with 3.96 million Thursday Losses of key stocks ran from ructions to more than » point. The list was irregular in the morning but selling pressure bull up gradiuKy, erasing many plus signs. ' · Exceptions to the downtrend were two big utilities--Consolidal ed Edison which was up mpr than 3 following news of a $10.5 million rate boost and Souther California Edison] up 'about i on word of a 3-for-l stock split. A number of leading chemicals steels and motors took sharp f I es, Tobacco*, nonferrous mi) and oUi »lw were mostly W, Beginning Monday November 20th The Following Greeley Businesses Will Give CHRISTMAS AUCTION DOLLARS On All Purchases Aliman Electric Company Downtown Coast-lo-Coast Stort Frank's Sinclair Service Gilbert-Bishop and Weidorado Drug Graybeal's Jewelry Greeley Maytag Appliance Harry's Drivin ··'. ·_ Komac Paint Store ' Miller's Super Market. Nu-Way Cleaners ' Ron's- TV Woolworlh's Over 150 Valuable New Items Will Be Auctioned For Christmas Auction Dollars At The Community Building 7:30 p.m. MONDAY, DEC. 18, 1961 Get Auction Lists at Participating Merchants and Stay Tuned To KYOU For Further Detail* 1450 kc.

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