78 Weld Boy Scouts Will Attend Jamboree Three wecfes chock full of acti.i ties will be enjoyed by IS Weld County Boy Scouts July 4-21 as they lake part in the 1957 Valley Forge (Pa.) Boy Scouts of America jamboree. Sixteen of the boys arc from Greeley. Tom Caslen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Caslen, and Sieve Osborn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Osborn, are from Windsor. The Grccley scouls are: Jack LeCuyer and Philip J. LeCuyer, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jack LeCuyer; Steven Vanline, son ot Mr. and Jlrs. Glen H. Vantine; David S. Glllespie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Mi Gillespic; Robert W. Hibbcrt, son of Dr. and Mrs. Rus- cell Ilibbe'H; Charles B. Brown, ton of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brown; Charles T. -Ahlstrand son of Mrs. Until f . Ahlstrand; Roy S. Swanson, son of Dr. and Jlrs. Roy A. L. Swanson; Wendell L. Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Ball; James R. Mellbye, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P. Moll- bye; Thomas M. Doan. son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman M. Dean; Donald (Laddie) Richmond, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald E. Richmond; Richard W. Leach, son of Mr. and Ask for it by name.. /.'.A GRAPETTE, Jlrs. Rsy Leat-fc; Siegfried E. E[ken. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Efken; Bill Crosier, son of Mr. and Mrs. David P. Kelly, and Dick Farr, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Karr. Lnvt Dtnvar July 5 The b o y s will leave Denver July 5 after setting up practice camp In Loveland July 4 in preparation for a week's slay at Valley Forge, near Philadelphia. The group, representing Troop 4, Section 28, on the Long's Peak Council, will return lo Greeley July 24. Heading Ihe Weld county croup is J. D. Brown, father of one of the scouts. Joe Kessler, Long's Peak assistant Scout execullvc, will serve as Long's Peak contingent leader for Northeastern Colorado and Southeastern Wyoming. GOO scouts will represent Colorado and three Wyoming counties -Carbon, Laramic and Cheyenne-al the jamboree. Supper with Stevi The Colorado and Wyoming scouts will join forces in Denver July 5 and will enjoy supper wilh Colorado Gov. Sieve McNichols. McNichols will present Ihe boys wilh the Colorado flag lo be flown at the Colorado campsite at Valley Forge. The GOO scouts will leave by train that night, making an overnight stop at Chicago. On July 7 the boys will slop off in Delroil, visiting Greenfield Village and the Museum. Niagara Fallt Slop Next stop will be at Niagara Falls, N. Y., July 8. the troops will then arrive at New York City, July 0, at which time they will visil the Empire Slate building and the Statue of Liberly. The scouts This Week's Special 3 days only! Save $130 on t h e pair . . . . G-E Automatic Washer and Dryer! G-E A U T O M A T I C W A S H E R . . . with Flexlbls Automatic Control . . . Activator Wash- G-E ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER Adjustable Control . . . new . . . . , r Air Flow fiyntem . , . nlua all Ing Action . . . plus a 5-year , hnse 0 . B .. eTtra j- f o r y ,, ,, r Â·written warranty. Save now convenience. Get the pair -at Repp's! save fUO. SAVE $130 On this G-E Automatic Washer and Dryer Reg. Price . SALE PRICE $429.95 299.95 YOU SAVE . . . $130.00 (With your old washer in trade) Think of il.! A genuine General Electric Automatic Washer and Dryer -- the pair -- for only $299.95. Now everybody -- and we mean everybody -- can enjoy the time-saving features of an automatic washer and dryer. Take advantage of this offer now . . . it's (rood for three days only! EPPS 1535 8th Ave. Tel. 1920 WE FINANCE your contract. 12-24-36 months to pay. No second partie? Member, Grseley Electric League involved, Comine Here on Saturda^ Ihe literary Guidepost Colorado Zinc Mine Will Be Closed Soon Thursday, June 27, 1957 GREELEV TRIBUNE Pagt 11 ; soon because o( the falling price jof zinc. custom ore, will also be suspended, i /alien 3 cents a pound to lOVi i The decision, according to the | a pound la the past (wo month*. ',' / announcement, was based on re-! '. ^ Â·--, ' '.consumption and' Egypt .is buying 13 large diejcl- ; rtrlivcrirs to I h r Â» o v - J f l e r l n e l"fomotives from I fffst ;"Â· The price ul zinc has.iGcrini;i firm. ; Â· ; , By W.G. Rogert AL1.4S 0. HENRY: A Bi"J of William Sidney Porter. By (Jer its announcement but said pro- aid I.aneford. Macmillan. cedures lo effect the closing would The properly is owned by the American Smelting i Refining Co. which gavt no shutdown date in Lydia, above, smallest baby elephant now with a circus In the United Statei, if a favorite wilh children wherever the Al G, Kelly- Miller Brothers circus appears. Among the first members to arrive In Grealey for the matinee and evening shows Friday will be the elephants. Two performances will be given at the Roiedale circus grounds Saturday. will take a boat [our around New York islands in the evening. The United Nations building will be the scouts next slop, July 10, followed by a tour of Radio City. The boys will then entrain for Valley Forge, Pa., July 11. Historic Valloy Forgt A tent cily will be erected over the rolling hills of Valley Forge. The tents will be located where General George Washington stationed his troops during the bitter winter of'1777-78. The jamboree will officially open July 12 and will close July 18. Some 50,000 scouts from the United Stales and territories and several foreign countries will lake part in the.-jamboree. Fourteen hundred ot these scouts will take part in the Jubilee jamboree at Button Park, England, Aug. 1-12. Dick Farr, from Greeley, will be one. of the U. S. representatives. Giant Assemblies Highlights of the week's slay in Valley Forge will be two general assemblies in a 35,000 capacity amphitheater,, scouting displays, scouting competition, icampfirc? and swapping of scout handicraft work. J. Hurley Hagood, Long's Peak scout executive, will serve a head of sectional campfires which will include a group of 1,300 boys. Religious services will be held July 14. A huge Protestant service is scheduled. A Catholic field Mass will be recited. Other services will be held for those of other denominations. Ntwspapor Coverage The scouts won't slight the publicity angle either. Boys, Including Jack LeCuysr fnr the Tribune, will be. sending stories to home town newspapers. The scouts will also produce their own Jamboree Journal. The city ot 30,000 tents has s sizeable food problem loo. It will lake 15,960 charcoal cooking fires lo prepare the food. Twenty freight car loads of charcoal briquets will be shipped to Valley Forge. The daily fresh milk requirements -- 74,480 quarts -- if from one herd, would require 7,448 cows in full average production. The franks consumed by Ihe hoys, if laid end lo end, will extend over 17 miles. 53,000 Chicken Legs, Thighs Fiflylhree Ihousand chicken legs and Ihighs will be prepared for Ihe scouls. The boys promise lo consume $12,000 worlh 61 ice cream, $19,700 in cake, pic, dough- nuls and cookies, and $11,690 in jam and jelly. It will take 1,500,000 gallons of water a day lo supply Ihe camp. The Weld county boys will lake in Ihe Cincinnati Â· Philadelphia major league baseball game July 19. On July 21 they will arrive in Washington and will lour Ml. Vernon, George Washington's home, and the capilol. A capitol building tour is slated July 22. The scouts will return to Denver via St. Louis and Kansas Cily. Ar rival date in Denver is July 24. Three Previous Jamborees Three previous jamborees have been held. The first was in Washington, D. C., with 27,232 scouts attending. Valley Forge was host (o the second jamboree in 1950 with 47,000 attending. The 1953 jamboree was held at Santa Ana, Calif., with an attendance o[ 45,000. Other Cooks ROANOKE, Va. m - The Girl Scouls of Troop 10 were prcscnl nut they missed Iheir cooking les- m. Mrs. Pauline Baccary, home economist for the Roanoke Gas company, bought Ihe food for the lesson and brought it to Greene Memorial Metliodisl church. She deposited it at the kilchcn door and went to get the key. II was gone when she returned five minutes later.. It was almost century ago that 0. Henry was born in North Carolina, almost half a century ago that he died in New York, his Bagdad- on-the-Subway, the cily which he knew as Â» "tourist," as Longford notes astutely, and which he celebrated In m a n y short stories in such collections as "The Four Million" and "The Voice of the Cily," The most popular shorl story writer of his time and even now wilh a pseudonym better known t h a n n n y other in our letters except Mnrk Twain, Porter had a following too devout lo put much credence in unsavory rumors: Thai he didn'l gel along with either of his wives, that he indulged in tawdry affairs, that he embezzled, that he drank. Langford grants 0. Henry a big place in our literary history, perhaps more than I would care lo give the man who confessed his surprise endings were jusl n "Irick." But he is a stickler for fact, he thinks Porter the man as unrealistic as 0. Henry the writer, cites chapter antl verse, down lo a count of the empty bottles, to prove he drank, and is convinced thai Ihe embezzlement for which Porter served throe years in the Ohio Penitentiary actually occurred. ' This still leaves a unique individual of greal fascination and originality, a man more significant, as Langford regards It, than his talent. His reticence and shyness, his spendthrift ways, his bland uninvolvement in the rights and wrongs o[ his limes, his bewildering moodiness, Ihe blind devotion of his friends--Ihese make a most curious picture, Laiigtord's biography provides a superb 0. Henry ending for 0. Henry's life and career. Â· W. G. Rogers be started immediately. Two other zinc mines and one [ mill will be closed. 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