Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 21, 1961 · Page 3
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John F r Kennedy Jr, Will Be One Year Old Saturday By FRANCES LEWINE WASHINGTON (AP) -- John F. Kennedy Jr. will be one -year old Saturday and to mark, the occasion his parents are showing him off by displaying his picture. The'"two*' pholo'gr'aphs^-one of hi m beaming · i n h is · mother r s arms' and.one of him at play4- werc issued -by the · While House for publication Monday niglil.- They arc the firs! full-face views of the President's son to appear. (n : a..public photograph since his christening last December. The pictures were also a forerunner, pf an'. expected double celebration,-^ for the;·. Kennedys' two children-have- buih'dpys only two days' apart. Caroline, turns 4 next Monday. ".'. . , . The, Whi|e. House, didn't provide any birthday, photograph of Caro line, however. She has been in the public eye much more than her baby : hrother. : ·; Gifts .and greeting cards have been pouriiig-jn: So' far; the While Housed reports-;- 'more - than 800 cards i. liaVe"-'been received'. with Mmo.jW-gifts.including toys anc hand-made^ ciolhcs.' Mark' -Shaw;;'; the.-,. New - York fashion and -advertising photographer who took the pictures o! John Jr., describes him as bcin§ "a lovely,'bouncy, jolly and hap P.v young ;man," . . ; Shaw said he made the pictures n Ore White House Nov. 9 in the upstairs Oval Room of the Kennedy living quarters.'It look just a half-hour, but h e ' h a d to wait awhile, because John Jr. was tak- i n g a'nap. · · - . ' · · - . - · ; . lie weighs · 23 pounds, is 30 inches tall, and has seven teelh, ie also says "ma-ma" and "dada," crawls, pulls himself up and walks around the furniture. For Rent Typewriters and Adding Machines J6.00 month. . 1 months rent may apply on purchase Ph. EL 3-024« . K7. Mh St. Agnes Bennett Dies Tuesday · Mrs. Agnes ; Bennett of wesl of Greeley, a resident of Eaton for many years, ' died Tuesday morning at lha Kenlon Nursing Home. - · She was born Sept. 22, 1889, 'in Scotland. She was married to Kred Bennett. April 22, 1914, al Danville, Quebec, Canada. They came to .Colorado in 1923 ant moved to a farm east of Eaton They lived in the Ealon area until five years ago, when they moved west'of Greeley. She'was .a member of the Eaton Congre gational Church. ·" Survivors'include lier husband a son, George of Greeley; Iwo daughters, Mrs. Esther Murray of.Greeley and'Mrs. Rose-Tray nor of Idaho Springs; a sister Mrs. Jean McAlisler of Toronto :anada; a brother, Bob McWH iams of Canada; four ; grand children and one great grand child. ' . . . . Funeral, services will be hele at 2:30 p.m., Friday, frorh-Macys Eaton Chapel wilh -Interment a Ealon Cemetery,. . ; : CARD OF THANKS ·'EKRBLL We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the. acts of kindness, messages ot sympathy and beautiful, floral offerings received from our kind friends and neighbors during our recent bereavement. ^ The family of .-.-.-. --, : -' /:Mr«. iCora Ferrell I wish to .express my sincere thanks and appreciation- to all who sent flowers, cards and to all who visited me during ray recent Illness at the Weld County General Hospital. Special thanks to. all blood donors and" Ore. James "Wheeler, William Bauer, Drs. Keenas, .Reverends J a m e s Langley, George Cargill. Axel Theorine, Nurses and Nurse aides. Earl .Lynn GIRL SCOUTS Forty-two Girl Scout leaders en oyed .;a,"crafts coffee" in the uild.'foohi ;df Trinity Episcopa Church Friday morning. Then fere many interesting'handcrafls lisplayed, 'each leader bringing it least two items or Ideas fm rafts. ' . Many novel ideas for-Cliristma; lecoi'ntions · and 'gifs, which cai be made by girls of all ages, wen larticularly helpful. The coffee table was decoratet n the .Thanksgiving motif. Host isses'were'Mrs. 'John McManus land-craft 'chairman, and 'Mrs Jack LeCuyer',' district chairman jf Hie Greeley Girl Seoul organ: :alkm. . ' " · . The group presented a gift t Miss Marianne Lambcrty who la erved as the district direclor o Grcelcy the past two years. Sh las resigned her position with th lirl Scout Office here and wil eave Dec. 1 lo live in Denver. Senior Girl-Seoul Troop 103 I conducting a china mending sen ce to raise money for a propose rip. Girls will pick up and delive he china for customers who ma call Marcee Daily al EL 3-181 or more informalion. Member lave been (rained to mend article made of china. Troop 318 of Franklin Echoo cured the Meadow Gold plant re cently and enjoyed the experi ence. The girls were the most in erested in watching the pack in; of cottage cheese. Mrs. Bell; Tomer is leader of the Iroop. He co-leaders are Mrs. Ralph Kohle and Mrs. Glenn White. A visit to the Encephalitis Research Station of the U. S. Publi Health Service at Island Grov Park, was a recent activity .0 Troop 236 of Jackson School. Th roop was conducted through Ih aboratory by Dr. A. D. Hess After the girls viewed the anima and insects used for research pur poses, Dr. Hess gave an explan lory talk on Ihe purpose of th research station. Mrs. E. Florio leader of the troop and Mrs. HO erl Singer, co-leader. Joyce Watkins is president Troop -123 of "Maplewood Schoo Drop jn Farmer's artof Consumer : ood Dollar Seen ' By OVID A;-MARTIN- WASHINGTON (API .--^ The Ag- icultufe .·Department-.'predicted rues, that the farmer's share'of ie- consumer food; .dollar may rop In 1962 to an average of 37 ents, the lowest since'the d«pres- on of.the 1930's. · · : The share this year is expected o'.average'38 cents. It Wf)s. 39 cnls in 1960. H went as high'as A cents during World War II.'in 932 it. dipped to 32 cents. The department'said the major actor "expected to reduce the nr'mer's share is an expected in rcase of 1 to 2 per cent in the hargcs for. marketing farm food roducts--that is .costs gf process- ng, transporling and merchandts ng. .The farmer's prices are ex- jccted to change lillle. Tlie anticipated higher markei- ng costs probably will cause re- oil food prices to rise slightly, lie agency said.- A report on Ihe farm marketing ind transportation system saic lourly earnings of'workers em- iloyed in the food industry are ikely to continue rising. No sig- lificiant increase in transportation rosls was fo'rseen. Taxes anc ents are expected to increase, idding to food industry costs, It said profits of. firms mariu- acturing food and kindred products were higher in the first hall f this year than in Ihe same pe- iod last yoar.'But profits of firms manufacturing textile mill prod- ucls anrl apparel and oilier fin- shed {estiles were down sharply rom last year. Profits of retail ood chains were about the same is a year earlier, 'though sales rcre up slightly.. - When, you are baking muffins, I's usually safe to fill Ihe muffin- pan wells two-thirds or Ihrce- Tues., Nov. 21, 1961 GREELEY THIBUNE Page 3 TEENAGE WHIMSY will cherish the gift of a custom made tote bag. This felt one in fuschia has a smiling girl appliqued in pink and black felt with black rickrack for the telephone wire. The bag is lined with the same paler pink felt. Servicemen Will Dine on Turkey, All Trimmings WASHINGTON (AP) - Ameri- car servicemen around the world will dine on lurkey and all the quarters ; full.. If any well is not trimmings this Thanksgiving and used for batter, half-fill it with vater before pulling Ihe pan of muffin batler into the oven. Jonni Kay Nalley, vice president; !usan Foster, secretary; .Vanna Rank, treasurer; and Kristine Vit- eloe, clean-up chairman, 'Oilier girls in Hie- Iroop arc Cheri Bauer, Pally Evans, Ruby Kerns, Cynthia'' Patrick,·· .Sally Schocning", Vickie ;Shepherd, Pull- anne Smith and Pally Sullivan. 1 Meeting place of the .troop is the home of the co-leader, Mrs Louis E. Walkins, at 2317 Bib St Mrs. Philip Evans,is leader. Troop committee members are Mrs. Glenn Schoening and Mrs. A!, Sullivan. The next erent for troop members will be a Thanksgiving tea for their mothers. Here's the menu as announced by the Pentagon for all Army and Air' Force commands;, Shrimp cocklaill /oast- turkey with 'giblet gravy; bread dressing,-cranberry sauce, mashed and candied sweet potatoes, bultercd peas and succotash', assorted crisp relishes }ot rolls and butter, pumpkin pie with whipped cream or mince pie assorted fruits and candy, tea coffee, milk. The Navy and Marine Corp; menus are expected to be similar Chocolate "shot" is great t keep on Ihe pantry shelf to sprin- Seventeen members of .the Kun er 4-H Club _answered roll call al a meeting at the home of Dian;; Frilzler. : · Jlni Parks gave a report on the 4-H achievement banquet which ic attended. All members are to report 'at the next meeting i hey want tickets- for the Stock Show in January. · ' ' . · Next meeting will be Nov. 27, at Rickey and Rodney Croissant's Elizabeth Henneck gave a re- wrt on a tour of the Weld County General Hospital at o recent mcei- ing of lire Hazellon Mix anc rom aluminum. The first yeai .' home furnishing girls brought a sack lunch for the meeting at the tome of junior leader, Anna Pol "ock, Pat Stoll was clecled president of NIC Box Elder Girls 4-H Club at a recent meeting at the PlatU ; Valley School home economics · room. Oilier new oBkai ·«. Sandy Dallon, vice president; Judy Lo- loft, secretary; Linda Duell, treasurer; Linda Ehrlich, reporter; Cindy . Corn, Debbie Loloff and Linda Hastings, historians; Janet Rult, parliomcnlaricn. A put luck supper for parents and members will be held at 6:30 . p.m., Dec: 12. Installation of officers will be held. Bob Warlaw gave a talk on 4-H and then gave out achievement pins and awards at a meeting ol the Hazellon Agriculture 4-H Club. Members presented a musical program with Danny Buxman as announcer, Warren Sitzman played City Traffic Accidents Two accidents were reported on Jreeley city streets Monday. Time, location, vehicles, drivers ind damage in the accidents ·ere: Monday, 5:33 p.m., 8th Ave. anc 17lii St., 1962 sedan, David Richardson, 2431 Zoth St.,'$400, and a 19Ct sedan, Leonard St. George, Fondulac, Wis., $200. Monday, 3:59 p.m., llth.Ave. and 25th 'St., 1356 sedan, Arlo George Stevens, 714 14th Ave., '), and a 1960 station wagon. Evelyn N. Simon, 2622 21st Ave., ?75. ' ourcd the Eldred Animal Hospital. Each girl will sell seven cans of Christmas candy during the iioliday season and the group will liave a candy sale at Ihe Franklin School. Childcare and knilling, new projects, were discussed. Carol Jean Rothe will be hostess at a Christmas party and dinner al her home Dec. 9. Each Carol Mahan gave a demonstration on "How to Make Trays." Miss Maban, Pally Winters anc Claudia Sitzman had a Iwo-day meeting recently to make., a tra Match 4-H Clab at the home of a guitar solo, Kenny Rolho played Sherri Herlzke. Tiic club also trumpet, Kenny and Larry Holhe, ave a trumpet duct, Jerry Me- Closkey played drums, Clarence Sitzman, accordion. Rosemary, and .Allen .Herlzke clayed a piano and clarinet duet, Verlyn Mahan, Irombonc, Ricky Herlzke, accordion, Carol Rothe, Daino, Ronnie Rothe, accordion, and Larry Rothe played a trumpet solo. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wardlaw and parents of members were special girl should come prepared to sing guests. Afler the meeting and pro- or play a Christmas carol on the gram, refreshments were served piano. by Mrs. Lawrence Herlzke and Mrs. Clarence Sitzman. Some apple-pie and applesauce .--_ fanciers like these dishes made from greenings. Egg Production Down DENVER (AP) -- Egg produc tion in Colorado isn't keeping u proportionately with the state' population growth. The slate' bens laid 216 million eggs in th first-10 months of the year, com kle over a white cake frosting as pared to 239 million in the sam a change from mils. stretch of I960. 910 : Gre«ley 12-Gauge, High Base SHOTGUN SHELLS 3 3 / 4 Dram, 1V 4 oz. Maximum Load 4, 5 or 6 Shot Regular · 3.3O box ELGIN WATCHES ' wM '4vtfa*t T*/mj SiK gtofkwt diatrtandi «r- bane* ttm lovciy 17-i«w*l Elgin. Matching bond. thatgt* W New fattiiofi bond dntftt*' 9vifJit* 17-jcw*l Elgin Symphony wirtt Kw fl**- termg aUomond*. Ten gorgeous diamond* totaling M carol dramatize Itiii 17-fewd Bgin, expedition bond. Eoiy (ermt . J ' Eight retplendenl diamondi tototing'W co/af grace *i« 17-iewel Elgin, oval cate. (3.SQ For h«r... petite 1 7-j«we! 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