Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1962 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, December 29, 1962
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foe 12 CREELEY TRIBUNE S.L, D«e. W, 1MZ Schedule Announced For Night Classes Colorado StaW faltegi announc- of Exceplional Children W 3 L ed the following schedule of night Kelly. Craaford 20! ' ' to be held during winter quarto- for residents ol Gredey and surrounding areas who would like to enroll. Person* desiring to do so must compile enrollment before the first class s e s s i o n meets. Wednesday night classes will commence Jan 2. and all other classes will meet on the next scheduled evening thereafter. Part-time students should pick up registration materials at the Kecords Office in Frasier Hall. The Kecords Office will be open from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. each evening of the first week of the quarter and Saturday frum 8 to 11 a.m. Full instructions for the completion of regUration will be given at the Records Office. Person who qualify as in-stale students will pay th? regular $5 fee per quarter hour. Schedule of classes: Time; class number; class title; day; hours instructci and classroom) Division of Hw Artj 7:10 p.m. - IA 339-12, Evaluation in Industrial Aits, M, 3, Jelden, Cranford 201 SED 240-12, Structure and Function of the Eye (admission by permission of instructor), T, 3. Bourgeault. Cranford 205. SED 303-12, Practicum in Appraising Exceptional Children. T. 3, H. Spicker. Cranford 101A. Division *f H«Ht, nd Physic*! Education 7:10 p.m. - 377-12, Administration of Community Recreation, T 3, Danford, Gunter 203. Division of th. Humanities 7:10 p.m. - SP 475-12, Phone- cs '7:10-10:10) Th. 4, Ahlberg, Cranford 202. Division of Musk 7 p.m. - 279-12. Administration and Supervision of the Music Program. M, 3. Mohr, Frasier 149. Division of th* Scioncoi 7 p.m. - 330-12, Graduate Read- Ligs Course in Science 6:30-10 p.- m.i i thus course not applicable to a graduate degree in science) T, 4. Glidden, Cranford 200A. BIO 294-12. Adaptive sequences of plants and animcls to the land environment, 2. Sund Bishop-Lchr ·05. SCE 276-12. Instructional Prob- ED 249-12, Principles of Voca- ems in Teaching Science (7-10 3, Trowbridge, Cran- tional Education. Th, 3, H a l l , Crandford 200A. Division of Education 7 p.m. -- 206-12. Audio-Visual Materials in Education iLab. Th plus 1 hr. arr.l i starts Jan. 7). M. 3, Bowman, Carter 202. 241-12, Administration for Teachers (starts Jan. 8), T, 3, Walsh, Cranford 200B. 243-12, School Law for Teachers (starts Jan. 7), M, 3, Patridge, Cranford 203. 249-12, Principles of Vocational Education, Th, 3. Hall, Cranford 200A. 289-12, Programming Materials for Instruction, Th, 3, Sparks, Cranford 108. 295-12. Philosophy of Education (students m u s t bo seniors or graduate students), Th, 3, Bothell, Cranford 214. 302-12, Seminar in Evaluating and Improving Junior High School Instructional Programs (graduate status required), W, 3, Stoffler, Cranford 9. 311-12 Supervision of Instruction in English in the Elementary School. T, 3. Mosbo, Cranford 108. 312-12, Supervision of Instruction in Arithmetic in the Elementary School' Th, 3, Kramer, Cranford, 101A. 343-12, School Finance (permission of instructor required) (starts Jan. 7), M. 3, Barnhart-Wisch Cranford 101A. 355-12, Organization and Ad ministration of the Elcmentarj School, W, 3, Wisch, Cranford 214 228-12, Federal Income Tax fo Individuals, T, 3, Waterman, to be announced. BUS 373-12, Current Problems in Business Education, M, 3, H Heimerl, Kepner 119. EPG 374-12, Supervised Prac tice in the Use of Individual Tests of Intelligence (permission of in structor required) 'class meet Tuea and Tliurs. 7-9 p.m.), TTh 4, Lutey, Cranford 12 EPG 383-12, Projective Tech niques, M, 3, D. Andersan, Cran ford 12. SED 202-12, Counseling Parent N E E D ENTERTAINMENT For Your New Year's Party? Call 352-4436 For the Finest In Magical Productions JERRY SNAPP .m.i, M. rd 200B. Division of tho Social Studios 7:10 p.m. GEG 243-12, Europe, I, 3, Minkel, Cranford 9. SOC 291-12, Social Psychology, , 3, Larsen, Cranford 206. David H. Wobbor Rkhard S. Brown Two Masonic Lodges Hold Installations The two Masonic lodges of Gree- ey have new officers for 1963 with Richard S. Brown worshipful mas ter of Occidental No. 20 and Rich ard Webber worshipful master o Century No. 190. Brown became master at the 91st installation of Occidental anc Webber assumed his position a he second installation of Century The separate installations were reld recently a 1 , the Masonic Temple where both lodges meet. Russell Macpherson, junior past master, was installing officer (01 Occidental. Clarence Carlson was assistant installing officer; Irving Cannon, past master, marshal; and J. L Carpenter, past master .'haphiin. lni6 fr Installed with Brown were: A vin E. Kobel Jr., senior warden R. James Newton, junior warden Francis Carpenter, secretary; ffi liam Fuhrken. treasurer; Robe Rhodes, senior deacon; Hue Finch, junior deacon; Darre Huit!, senior steward; Paul L Good, junior steward: Don DeVoe. chaplain; William Rickan marshal; and Charles L. Kellov tyler. Duward Jackson, past mastei headed the installing team lo Century. He was assisted by 1 ving Cannon, past master, ma shal: and James A. Collins, junio past master, chaplain. Installed with Webber were -alvin Statey. senior warden Marvin Will, junior warden; E sel Clevenger, secretary; Ralp rom By HELOISE CRUSE All correspondence pertaining to th« Helolie column ihould be mailed directly to Hilolie K i n g Feature! Syndicate. 235 E. 45th St., New York, 17, N.Y. I did not realize 1 was doing anything unusual until one of my eighbors came by and found me waxing my floors. I use an ordinary wet mop. I pour my wax into a pan and dip my extra mop (bought cs- ecially for this) into the wax and then wax the floors just as you ·ould if you were mopping the floor. I find that the wax goes on much easier and it only takes alf the time that an applicator rauld. Irene lose. I cut them crosswise; yes, )ear Heloise: Flowers will stay fresher longer of one will drop a copper penny n the water to retard the opening and shedding of the petals. Jewell * * » Ladies: This must be so! This comes in all the time. I have checked with florist shops and they can't figure out why either, but they get letters back from their customers saying it works. 1 tried it and found it does. I wonder why florists don't include a copper penny when they even between the toes and heels. Of course, when you cut a wider strip the "band" is stronger. McDonald, treasurer; Brown, senior deacon; Myro Walte Cole, junior deacon; Ned liana wald, senior steward; John Temp in. junior steward; Charle Clcmcntz, chaplain; Bert Thomas marshal; and Ernest Helfenstine yler. Dr. Laird Luveland. First Meth odist pastor and a member o Century, gave a special praye or the new officers at the clos if the installation. Brown is a member of the Grce ey City Council and is mete superintendent for Home Ligh and Power Company. Webber is employed at the Col orado State Employment oflic You'd be surprised how strong these "bands" are. When cut narrower they are dandy for newspapers, books, packages, etc. In fact they can be used for anything that you would us« a rubber band. They stretch but won't ro Myra Boyer deliver flowers? Dear Heloise: 1 Heloise put powdered milk in the Dear Gals This woman sent in samples All the other housewives hen tried to stretch them, tested them tried them on packages, on rolls of newspapers and they think they are grand. I do too. The top of the stocking wher L the fiber is very thick is excel lent for using on heavy articles This woman has a brain like . . . - -'·»· u,iiait naa A Uldin llKi last rinse water with each pair a genius. Bless our sweet litl! of nylon curtains 1 wash. It giveslold readers! them the body they had when' they were new. Mrs. J.W. Dear Ladies: Tliis apppeared in our column months ago and we have nothing but compliments on it! Also, from the volume of letters we are getting, we have found that it works on daeron and other synthetic fabrics. What can you lose other than some powdered milk? Heloise * * * Deai- Heloise: For three years now I have been making imitation rubber bands out of old wornout nylon Devotedly, Heloise Fertilized Trees Quebec -- Foresters studying a test plantation of spruce am pine in Quebec have found tha trees growing on heavily manure) tracts achieved the best growth They concluded that if the whole 6,000 acres had been treated will $120,000 worth of fertilizer in 1931 the cost, compounded, would be $518,000; but the added value o the wood would have amounlec to several million dollars. Docombor 17 Carl D. Beckman ar.d Bevi y Jean Beckman to Raymond I Sevens and Marjorie Stevens Lot 9, Block 6, Hillside, City ireeley, Rev. J2.75. Steve Artis to Sylvester 'ocht and Irene E. Focht, Lots . and 3, Block 34, Town of Free rick. Rev. $1.10. Shaw Homes Inc. to Gcorg Iwight Wheatley, Lot 10, Bloc , Brentwood Park, City of Gre cy, Rev. $18.70. John C. Tegnell and Bertha N Tignell to Henry F. Markus, U , Block 1, Third Addition Hunter Heights, City of Grcele "lev. $1.65. Spacious Living Inc. to Harve ). Neal and Eleanor H. M. Ne_ xit 4, Block 3, Spacious Livin Ailing No. 3, Rev. $1. Alice M. McKay to George _ McKay, the' W.4 of NW'A, th THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS HAPPY NEW YEAR, YOU ALL! PREPARING INVENTORY OPEN WED., JAN. 2 With STOCK SHOW SPECIALS! Chirgt Account! Invited Optn Friday Evening! THE STOCKMAN Weld County Real Estate Transfers Revenue itampi on real ettate trantfen are at th rate ol 11.10 per thoutand. Johnstown... ty MRS. OVA MILL!ft JOHNSTOWN - Mrs. Amu Young accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Knox of Lovelaad to Cheyenne Monday where they remained over Christmas with the Knox- es' son-in-law aod daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young and their family. Mr. and Mr». George Atkinson hive returned from Trinidad ··here they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Greenwood. The Greenwoods formerly resided in Johnstown when they were the owners of the Red and White grocery store. Mrs. Nora Rowden spent Christmas day in Longmott with her grandson and granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lucas and their three childre. Mrs. Marie Webb of Salina, Kan., and Miss Juneva Brown of FuUerton. Calif., have returned to their homes after spending a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brown. Mrs. Mary Allen of Kansas City, Mo., is here visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Z. Mellen. On Christmas Day the Mellens entertained at a family dinner. Their guests were Anna Young and Dan Harrett of Denver, the Jim Young family and Mrs. Alien. Mrs. Cora Brown entertained her sons, the Melvin Browns, of San Bernadino, Calif., and the Harold Browns of Pueblo during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woosley OW TO ARIZONA - Thirty sleeri and two truck loads of feeder calves from Weld and Larimer Counties left early Friday for the Arizona National Livestock Show at Phoenix, Jan. 1-5. Larry Lind, left, of Severance and Harold Stroh, right, are shown with some of the steers that will be exhibited at the «l»w. This picture wai taken at Barry land's farm and feedlot, north at Severance, Thursday afternoon before the sleera. were loaded on trucks for shipment to Phoenix. Tribune photo by Paul Edscorn. Weld Cattle Shipped to Phoenix Show Livestoekmen from Weld anc Larimer counties left early Friday with 32 steers and two truck oads of feeder calves for the Arizona National Livestock Show i i i a . utiu 114-10. VI1CUIC3 HW31VJ 1 «JtUl. 1-3. and their children of El PasoJ..TM st . eers were lall «n 'o Barry Texas are spending the holidays with Mrs. Woosley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Myers. Lind's farm and feediot, north of Severance. Thursday afternoon, where they were loaded on Mrs. Elizabeth Tromble, Mrs. trucli5 ami shipped to Phoenix. Way Snedden and Fred Mycr spent Christmas in Dcrver with ' m Uw show are Alan and Bruce Mrs. Tremble's son-in-law and . - daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter of Severance, Ron Miller of Brace- Mitchel and their children. well. Carol and Tom Stroh of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett with Collins, Ken Dalton of Box Elder, heir sons, John and David of Lorctta and Dave Mathias of Denver, spent Christmas with Ashlon, Gerald Grecnwaldt of Mrs. Barnett's mother, Mrs. Leah Severance, Albert Isnoch of Ea- Jttle. Mrs. Little's son, Ralph md his family of Roswell, N. M., Bob Dorscy of Eaton. the holidays in are spending Johnstown. Miss Lucille Brown lias returned to her home in Beverly Hills, Calif., after a visit with her mother, Mrs. Stella Brown, and her irother, Irving and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Willcox spent :hristmas Day in Denver with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lafferty, and their grandchildren, Cathy and Eddie. Guests of the Clark Benders and their son, Jim, during the hoi- days were the Benders' son-in- aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Little with their sons, Jeff and Jerry; their son, Richard and his wile with son Paul, of Denver; Mrs. Bender's brother-in- law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. J. H Monawecfc of Chicago, 111., anc Miss Raechel Cutter of Gardner, Mass. Guests at the home of Mrs. C. L. Conklin and f a m i l y on Christmas Day were Mr. anc Mrs. James Conklin, Marjorie and Tillie and Mrs. Mildred Conklin of Evans; Jimmie Conklin of Grover, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hobbs of Grceley. Billy Conklin who had been in the hospital with pneumonia, was recovering satis faclorily at home. Floyd Yocam of Masters and Bob and Virginia McNey of Painter Hereford Ranch at Roggcn are each sending a track load of feeder calves to tho livestock show. Sunny Bijt Judges Berkeley, Calif. - If you have f ; i a sunny disposition you are probably a pretty good judge of char acter. University of California scientists conclude after exhaustive studies. And their report 51 adds, "The unhappy person tends to see his own weaknesses SEW of NWft. the NEV4 of SWV md the SE'/» of Section 6: the N._ . .. )f NEVi; the SE'/4 of NE',4 and others" and judges people accord' he SE',4 of Section 7; the W ingly. if NWV« and the SVi of Sectionj--^ I; the SW! of Section 9; and the SE'/ of Section IB; and the SEV if Section 25: all in 10-«2. Rev. Exhibitors with steers entered in d and Larry and Kenneth Lind on, Deannc Hergert of Eaton and In the Courts Dlitrict Court Girl Charpd With Patricia Martinez. 18. " o f ' E a - i on was charged with burglary in an information filed by Charles H. '-yons, deputy district attorney. The girl was accused of enter- ng a building belonging lo J. F. BOB KAUFMAN, ADJ3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kauff- raan of Rt, 4, is home on leave for the holidays. Kauffman recently returned from a cruise In the Mediterranian aboard the nuclear powered aircraft car- ier U.S.S. Enterprise. He is attached to Heavy Attack Squadron Seven, based at the Naval Air Station, Sanford, Fla., and will report back to there upon completion of his leave. Kauffman is a career man in the Navy having re-enlisted at the local recruiting station in November, 1961. DOUGLAS HOYT, AMHAA. son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoyt of Rt. 4, recently wai graduated from the Navy's Ar- iation Structural Mechanics Hy- draulk School at Memphis, Tenn. He returned home for Cliristmas with his family and vrill report to the receiving station at Norfolk, Va. for transportation to the Naval Air Station, Rote, Spain when his loavi is completed. Hoyt expects to be in Spain for about u monthi. He has passed his promotion examination and will be advanced to AMHAN in February. Hoyt was employed by Herrin and Strong Inc. before enlisting to the Navj in May. British Children LONDON - Some children of! three have faUc teeth, a meeting]'Never Never' Birdl of the Koyal Society of Health was told recently. Miss Jeuii n. 1 ' ltAG U E - M »« than a million County Court An Eaton girl and a Kersey girl, both 15, were charged with being juvenile delinquents in petitions filed in County Court. Tlic two 'iris were accused of committing aw violations Oct. 30 in the pcti-' :ions which were signed by Deputy Sheriff Richard Martinez. A Rt. 1, La Salic, girl, 15, and her of teeth decayed, [Hied or even extracted was 5.6 p.c. a HI. 2, U Siille. girl, IB were charged with being juvenile delinquents. The girls were accused in pelitions signed by Deputy Sheriff Martinez of committing '"·· violations recently. ners and th? rarest stamp in U» show, the two-penny blue Mauritius issued in 1847, was lent by 1 Ixmdun stamp-dealer. Among the many attractive stamps issued to celebrate the Prague exhibition was one picturing a "never-never" bird which is intended to be the symbol of the airmail. Venezuela will raise more Aitlei, nrescrlpton rHARMACY Label of Pharmaceutical Elegance Medical and Surgical Supplies Dan Hamilton to Harold Furrow and Mary Ann Furrow, all of Sec- ion 15-7-64, also the SWVi of Sec- ion 14-7-64, Rev. $33. Arthur G. Salbcrg and Margar- :t L. Salbcrg to Richard L. Sal- icrg and Anne Salberg. LoLs 3 md 4, Block 3, Gray's Addition, 1'own of Johnstown, Rev. $22. Albert W. Case and Dorothy K. ^ase to Allard L. Griggs and Alice '. Griggs. Lot 25, Block 4. First kddition to Hillside, City of Gree- ey, Rev. $19.25. PENNEYB 60" A N N I V E R S A R Y D., or Night PHONE 352-4866 811 Ninth St. OPEN WEDNESDAY^ JANUARY 2ND 'TIL 8:30 P.M. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31sl TIL 6:30 Thunderbolt- Division Seeks Former Members The 83rd Infantry Division, the amed Thunderbolt Division of World War II, again is conducing an extensive search for some 0.000 of its former members. That is the number of men on Is rosier that have not been con- acted since the end of the war. "hcse men ore scattered all nver he nation. Many arc in Colorado. Every year the 83rd holds a re- inion. This coming year the I7lh nmial conclave will be held in ndianapolb, Ind., next August f. 16 and 17, at the Hold Clay- pooll. That is the old stamping {rounds for Ihc Mrd. as il was ·eactivatcd in August, 1942. at .amp Atlcrbury, near Indianapo- is, ond spent one year of its train- ng at that .site. All former members of the old 83rd arc urged to contact the na- ional secretary, Harry. Lock- *wi. 43 Oakland Ave., Jersey "" ' 6, N. .), i PENNEY'S GIANT WHITE GOODS EVENT STARTS JANUARY 2nd! Don't make a move till you ste Penney'* terrific values I

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