Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 1, 1970 · Page 21
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 21

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 1, 1970
Page 21
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Pamela Ann Litton To Be Bride On Sept. 12 U. Col. (ret) and Mrs. Walter F. Liston of Colorado Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Ann, to James Richard Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Watson of Platteville. Miss Liston atlended Texas Tech and Colorado State University. She most recently has been employed as a hostess for Trans-World Airlines. Watson received a bachelor ol science in veterinary medicine at CSU and will receive his DVM in June, 1971. He was a member of Alpha Tail Omegj Fraternity, and will be em ployed this summer at Centennial Race Track as a veterinary assistant for the Colorado Racing Commission. The wedding will take place at the First Methodist Church In Colorado Springs on Sept. 12 NAP Unit Here [las Luncheon, Installs Officers The Greeley Unit of National Association of Parliamentarians nstalled officers and held a msiness meeting following their uncheon May 26 in the Govern- )rs' room of the Farm Fare Cafeteria. Installed by Mrs. 0. S. Herd- nan were Mrs. Charles Lott of Yuma, president; Dr. Cecily "Jrumbine, vice president; Mrs. toward Sanders, secretary; Mrs. A P. Marshall, treasurer, and Mrs. 0. W. Long, auditor. )r. Grumbine will also act as membership chairman. During the business meeting 'i was announced that Miss Kay McElroy will represent (he ?roup as Centennial Belle. Following a survey, it was decide hat meetings would be held the ,hird Tuesday of each month ivith a business meeting am lesson to follow each luncheon A convention of National Assp ciation of Parliamentarians wil be held June 16 at the Hole Sahara in Las Vegas. After the business meeting Miss McElroy presented a les son titled "Potpourri of Par liamentary Law." Guests of the meeting weri Mrs. Gordon Sepple of Yuma Mrs. Preston Strubel and Mrs Otis Axsom. The next regular meeting ii scheduled for Sept. 15 at Mrs Lett's home in Yuma, and wil include a shared dish luncheon A few cloves in the corner of shelves and cupboards wil discourage ants and give a spicy smell to cabinets. Anyway it's worth a try. Add flaver to a favorite des-,Mon., June 1. L-rl -- top ice cream with whole ·- - - 1070 GREELEY TIUBUNE Page 21 UITV- -- art-swret dessert that is really' ilferent. Jf you like broiled meat well l t i c w ( .] pj n Oremuny and 'ISA Chapter Installs Officers Tliela Nu Chapter of Epsilon Jackie Sterkel, vice president; Sigma Alpha held its annual Sandy Wykcrl, treasurer, and one, place it farther from (he eat source Ihaci for medium r rare meal -- to avoid bur- ing on the outside before the stalled officers May 25 at the Post 'n Pike Restaurant. Achieving full membership in were Sandy Wykert and Hit; Ull Hit U U l o J U ^ uv.1 vi v, mi,; *--"- · · . ··· enter is cooked. Place thickerlMary Ann Scholl. A ceremony uls farther from the heatifor them was conducted by ourcc than ones, for the amc reason, reports the U.S. n/' ····- ..... -Joyce Skurich, president. Installed for Hie year 1970-71 , , Marion Stencil, secretary. As a philanthropic project for spring, the group purchased $55 worth of equipment for use at tiie Community Center for the Creative Arts. A lime and place will be announced later for the first summer social on June 15. : ( I J 1 U J UilSdli, I Ul*ui 1:1 mv v - w . . fi"j·.-.··"~ - *i - - , Department of Agriculture. |were_Lois Ilollic, pres»lon^iier jocial _oi Get The Jump On Summer! Join Now! Slim Swim Club and Greeley Athletic Club 1309 9th Ave. Ph. 352-6498 1115 7th Ave. Call 352-6498 or come In and see how you can become a member for as little as $ 7 50 per month for a family of husband, wife and four children. For The Ladies · Sauna Balh · ^'ear-around Heated Swimming Pool · Carpeted Exercise Area Thousands of dollars in equipment for body development, c o n d i t i o n i n g , and contouring. 'ersonali/.ed professional ins t r u c t i o n in weight losing, weight gaining, general conditioning. Carpeted Dressing Area, Private Dressing Area V a n i t y Table Nurserv · Plus Many Other Extras Ol'EX SIX DAYS PER WEEK For The Men SECOND TIME AROUND -- Carl and Hilma Blake, both 72, were 17 when they first married 55 years ago in Greeley. They were divorced in 1929, after Blake moved west. Both remarried and there was no contact for 40 years. Blake got another divorce and Hilma's second husband died in Greeley. : Blake wrote a sympathy letter. They were remarried Thursday in Escondido, Calif. "It was better the second time around," said | Blake. (AP Wirephoto) | Three Guests Present at Meet Of American Business Women Thirty-seven members of the Greeiey Centennial Charter coordinator for the University of Northern Colorado, Gerry Chapter of the American Busi-lWolfe of Century 11 Chapter o f j ness Women's Association melllhe ABWA, and Dr. Lee Trip-j Tuesday evening, May 26, a t j l e t t , guest speaker, the Village Inn. Joining the: Dr. Tripled, who is director members as guests were Lois : of curriculum for School Dis-, Bennett, vocational programitrict Six, was introduced by Lillian Rcichwein, program chairman. He gave a t a l k m ] the Head Start program, it's! progress, and the use of the many new teaching aids. His talk was illustrated with slides. Alice Yetha, associate pro-j fessor of the department of business at UNC, told of her responsibilities and duties there. Officers will be elected at the June 30 meeting at the Ameri-j can Legion. : Thousands of Dollars In Equipment For General Conditioning, Body Building Personalized Professional I n s t r u c t i o n In Weight Losing, Weight Gaining, General Conditioning. Sauna Bath Whirlpool Bath Private Dressing Room Year-Around Heated Swimming Pool Carpeted Dressing Room Plus .Much More Barbershop Open Six Days Per Week For The Children · Weld County's Only Y e a r - A r n u n d Healed Swimming Pool Available For Use Every Day of The Year Health is a God-given asset. Only you can preserve it. Join now and guarantee it. NEWLYWEDS GO TO ALASKA--Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lee Dow are enroute to Fairbanks, Alaska, where they will be at home after June 1. They were married Saturday evening, May 16. at Highlands Lutheran Church in Denver, with 200 guests witnessing the exchange of vows and attending a reception in their honor after the ceremony. The bride is the former Denise Lianne Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Larson of 1107 30th St., and Joan A. Larson of Casper, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Dow of Lakewood are parents of "the bridegroom. Both bride and groom are graduates of Lakewood High School. Dow, currently serving With the U.S. Army, is stationed at Ft. Wainwright, Alaska. (Photo Art photo by Walt Clark) EXPERT WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY Phone LEW DAKAN 352-7892 Solve the Case of the Disappearing Sock by trying this laundry method: keep a cotton drawstring mesh bag near the washing machine. When yoi sort the wash, drop all-cotton socks in the bag. After washing take out those without mates or with unmendable holes, an( use as polishing cloths. By Faye Lundvall Copyright 1966, Capital Features Mascara, I think, is as important lo yinir make-up as your lipstick . . . especially if yon use it right. Lashes that l i - i v n been darkened liy mascara make eyes appear larger ami brighter. A theater trir.k thai, works as an evening trick is tci tip mascara-darkened lashes with a mascara, or eye shadow that's a shade lighter than the eyes . . . Even small narrow eyes seem wider open when tipped w i t h color. If your own experiments with make-up fail to flatter, seek professional help. Never under estimate its value. Actresses and models don't. One session with a person tnined in the application of make-up can give you a lifetime of help . . . Why not make nn appointment for a complete make-up session with one of our well trained students? Remember, all services are performed under the supervision of our well qualified instructors. It's really fun and yet so inexpensive. Won't yon give yourself an hour for a beauty treatment this week? NEWS ITEM: Three students were given final school examination!! (Inhv board) this past, week and all thrns passed with ·Vying colors". They are: Myra Williams of Rivorton, Wyo., Madilyn Mitchell and Bernice Muller, both of, Greeley. 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