Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 27, 1957 · Page 37
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 37

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Thuradiy, June 27. 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pigt 191 J ' BASEMENT "^T_ iyg ·?;;· | g T'J L"4 u " . I ~E3- hir** LAKGE DIMENSIONS, particularly In the formal living areas, make this a home for easy living. A fireplace can be added to the L-shapcd living-dining area and on the expansion floor upstairs two airy bedrooms can be added whenever you choose,- with a second bathroom and closets to spare. It is Plan CN19AP1619, by Lester Cohen, architect, Architects Home Plan Bureau, Box 141, Bethlehem, Conn. Sierra Club Offers Trail Trips on Share-Cost Basis REAL OUTDOOR LIVING: Thil »itw ·» Ttlon Ringt. which d«minatt« Jackson Hoi. Vall.y and Grand Tit.n Nltienil Park. Illuttralta typt «l country into which Sl«rr: Club tripi will be madt this fummtr. By JIM THOMAS SAN FRANCISCO i.r - fnr i nifSfd outdoor vication? You mUht conjidfr onf o( the : ZS riprditinns bfine irranctd t h i j \ n r hy Ihf Sifrra Club into thi hick country of the »e«tern L'niled Stitrs ind Canada. All Ihc trip* will 1» unlifr l h e : direction o( exprrts campcn and | mountain mtn. Thfjr will tipo?e i camr*n to a widf viriety of scenery in California, Orecon. \Vajhinston. \Vomir.K. Colorado, t'tah and Brimh Columbia. Ijstmc from »i« riaj« to t\ro »pfki, thf rxpfditions will include rack trir« into the llish Sierra and Ihr hith country of Glacier National Park and the Trton of Wyomir.c, special tnp« for kn«p- nackrr« throuth California anrt Orrron wildncrnc»» arca and Dinosaur National Monument river exploration trip« out o Vernal, flah. Co«li. »-nrkrd nut on a nonprofit baiii, ranee from J29 In jj« _ considerably below » h a t "«ould he po'.'iblr u«ins commcr- eial facihtiet. Shirtd Ceiti The Sierra Club, founded by the famouj naturalut, John Muir in IM2. hai been iponjonns'outing ·ince 1!XK) and now hn opened them up to non member applicanti ai well »« mcmheri. Information on the outinsi can be obtained by wntin* the Sierra Cub. 1050 MiUi Tower. San Franci«cn 4. Calif. Follovunc the tradition of it« founder, the eluh'« ipecialty i» h i t h country alone the backbone of the Sierra Nevada and other famou« Wettcrn mountain rantei. Four »uch tnp» are r l » r - n Ui»m wt^ he ir. the hljh Sierra, OB* to Evolution Valley and the other In Palisade Basin. One liip »ill be made ir.to Ihe C.lacicr National Park m o u n t a i n s in Montana and one into the Tftons of Wyoming. Most of the h i p h trip participants hike between camps, although a few hire taddle horses. The cluh provides pack ftock, packers, food and a commisary crew to prepare meals. Both of the Sierra trips will be made in July, while the Montana and Brili«h Columbia trips »ill be made in Aucust. Net All Strtnueui I^ss strenuous mountain vacations also are provided at fued base camps in an untouched Sierra wilderness south of Yosrmite National Park and in the Kinss Canjon National Park, as well ai the Olacier Peak Primime Area in Washinjton and in the Selkirk R a n t e of Bntiih Columbia. K n a p s a c k e n , the elite of the mountaineers who carry on their hacks all food, shelter and cloth- int. will rove over the Sierra, Marble Mountains and the Thee- Siters Wallo»a Primitive area in Orejon. Sn special trips for the knap'ackers h a i e teen arranced in July and Aujust. Borro trip*, on which the participants walk but food and equipment is carried by bitrro. h a i e been arranced for trouns of individuals and for families. Pedestrian SAN niF.r.O. Calif, i/r - A sea lion from Mission Riy disrupted t r a f f i c on "idwar drive until Policemen Pick Sufficool and Charles ! Grimm shooH it back Into the · p a y . It «ai loitenns on Ihe drive I and iznnnnt the hnsk» of motor, uti on their way to work. EVERY DAY NABISCO Western Style Butterscotch COOKIES 12'2-01. pkg. . EVERY DAY MILK SHURFINE Tall Can 2 27' Naturally everyone is interested in getting more for his money and we've met this challenge with LOW PRICES throughout our store. But LOW PRICES aren't enough. Clean, well stocked shelves filled with the finest foods, arranged for your shopping convenience, plus sparkling, fresh produce and quality meat and friendly personnel are just a few of the ways we offer more. Stop in next time you shop! Get all this and LOW PRICES, too! PLAN TO ATTEND The Horse Show, June 29 and 30-The Rodeo July 3 and 4 LEMONADE MCP FROZEN, PINK or REGULAR, 6-oz. can FOLGER'S, Mb. Can VALLEY HIGH, Frozen, 10-oz. package SYRUP, HERSHEY, Mb. can COFFEE Strawberries Chocolate Marshmallows Spaghetti Dinner COCKTAIL SHURFINE, 10-oz. package Chef Boy-ar- dco SHURFINE FRUIT, No. 303 can EVERY DAY AT IDEAL JELL-U *in Flavors J DKDV CftAR r ' rrl)rr ' R Strained DHDl lUUU Ve K elalile GRAPENUTS 10, o, Pk , _ CRACKERS Town House 12ml. package SUGAR JETS r,r,a,.pa CORN FLAKES PANCAKE MIX FLOUR XX. vAKC MIX Parka CORN MUFFIN 12-oz. pkp. ._ PHMiury, 2-lb. Box MIX, Jiffy, packace Only at Ideal Do You Get The ."Tops" In Stamps-"Everedy / Stamps" Every Rout or Steak that ycu buy from IDEAL )· being cut from only C*0'C« beef. All are U.S. Government grided for yeur protection. GUARANTEED MEATS BEEF POT ROAST U.S.D.A. Choice . Ib. LIVER BEEF Select Tender . Ib. Loveland Gateway, Old-Timer BACON PORK ROAST PORK CHOPS Thick Slice 2-lb. pkg. Boston Butt, 4-7 Ib. avg. . End Cuts . $119 1 Ib. 49 GRADE A FRYERS MORE OF THOSE EVERY DAY PRICES AT IDEAL OLEO Glen Eden, Mb. . FRUIT MIX PEACHES Mil If lr) ( '" lurnliinf nr IVIIL.I\ llelmnnt. No. 2 ' j ran Del Monle. Sliced or Halte*, No. 2'/j can Carnation. tail can . __ . 18' 28c _ 33c 2 for 29C KARO LOG CABIN SYRUP :.,,- flYQTFPC t ' rjM " 1 lby \J I ^ I CH^ Covr, « ' j or. esn CHOPPED BEEF S'ti. MAZOLA OIL ' llollle 45c 58c 42c 35c 71c 1909 9th Si. STORE HOURS Week Cays Sat. Sun. 8:00-8:00 8:00-9:00 8:00*6:30

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