Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 27, 1957 · Page 38
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 38

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Thursday. J u n e 27. 1937 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 19 BASEMENT LABGE DIMENSIONS, particularly In Ibe formal living areas, make this a home for easy living, A fireplace can bo added to the L-shaped 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 in Plan CN19AP1619, by Lcater Cohen, architect, Architects Home Plan Bureau, Box 141, BetMehem, Cona. Sierra Club Offers Trail Trips on Share-Cost Basis other to Palisade Basin. One trip will be made into Ihe Glacier i Nations! Park mountains in Mon' tana and one into the Telons of ; Wyoming. Most nf the high trip participants R E A L OUTDOOR LIVING: This view of T«lon Rsngt, which dominate! Jackson Holt V«lley and 'Grand Teton National Pirlt, illustritei type el country into.which Sierr? Club tripi will bi midt fhis summer. By JIM THOMAS SAN ERANCISCO wi - Looking (or a rugged outdoor vacation? You might consider one o[ Ibe 2fl expeditions being arranged this year by Ihe Sierra Club into thi hack country of the western United Stales and Canada. All the trips will be under the direction of experts campers and mountain men. They will expose campers lo a wide variety ol scenery in California, Oregon, Washington.. Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and British Columbia. Lasting from six days to t\vo weeks, the expeditions will include pack trips into the High Sierra and the high country of Glacier National Park and Ihe Tctons nf Wyoming, special trips For knap- sackers through California and Oregon wildncrncss areas and Dinosaur National M o n u m e n t river exploration (rips oiU at Vernal, U t a h . Costs, worked cut on a nonprofit basis, range from J29 to Sfl9 _ considerably below what 'would be possible u s i n g commercial facilities. Shared Coiti The Sierra Club, founded by the famous naturalist, John JIuir in 1B92, has been sponsoring 'outings since 1900 and now has opened them up lo non-member applicants as well as members. Information on the oulings can he obtained by writing the Sierra Club, 1050 Mills Tower, San Francisco 4, Calif. Following the tradition of iLs founder, the club's specialty is hiph country along the backbone of the Sierra Nevada and other famous Western mountain ranges. Four such trips are planned. Two nl Uiem wl!i be i". the high Sierra, one !o Evolution Valley and the hike between camps, although a few hire saddle horses. The club provides pack stock, packers, fooii and a commisary crew lo prepare meals. Bolb of the Sierra trips j will be made in July, while ine 1 M o n t a n a and British Columbia ' trips will be made in August. | Not All Strenuoui I Less strenuous mountain v a c a ] lions also are provided at fixed ' b a s e camps in an unlouchrd Sierra wilderness snulh of Yoscmilc National Park and in Ihe Kings Canyon N a t i o n a l P a r k , as well as '. the Glacier Peak Primitive Area · i n Washington and in Ihe Selkirk R a n g e nf British Columbia. j Knapsackers, Ihe elilc nl the i mountaineers who carry on their backs all food, fhcller and clothing, will rove over the Sierra, i Marble Mountains and Ihe Thee- Sislers-Wallowa P r i m i t i v e area in ! Oregon. Six special trips for Ihe knapsackers have been arranged : in July and A u g u s l . ! Borro trips, on which the par: l i c i p a n t s walk but food and cquip- ' mcnt is carried by burro, have ! been arranged for groups of individuals and for families. Pedestrian SAN DIF.GO, Calif, tfi -- A sea ', lion from Mission Bay disrupted 1 traffic on M i d w a y drive unlil Poi l i c e m r n Dick Sufficool and Charles Grimm shooed it back into Ihe bay, It was loitering on Ihe drive and ignoring the honks of motor- isli on their way to work. EVERY DAY NAB.ISCO Western Style Butterscotch COOKIES 12/ 2 -oz. Pkg. . EVERY DAY SHURFINE Tall Can 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 MCP FROZEN, PINK or REGULAR, 6-oz. can COFFEE FOLGER'S, 1-lb. Can VALLEY HIGH, Frozen, 10-oz, package SYRUP, HERSHEY, 1-lb. can Chocolate Marshmallows Spaghetti Dinner COCKTAIL SHURFINE, 10-oz. package SHURFINE FRUIT, No. 303 can EVERY DAY AT IDEAL JbLL-O ,f BABY FOOD ' GRAPENUTS 10 Flavors __ ____________ . * «TM V pkgs. fcOC 35c 20c uOC 16-oz. Chef Boy-ar-dce wKAwntKS Town House _. nnLnllCS 12-oi. package SUGAR JETS Cerea. package __ 24C CORN FLAKES S gg i 21c PANCAKE MIX STSS 35c FLOUR ?!T£, 79c CAKE MIX a. 10c CORN MUFFIN Jiffy, package T Only at Ideal Do You Get The "Tops" In Stamps-"Everedy Stamps" Every Roast or Steak that you buy from IDEAL Is being cut from only choice beef. All are U.S. Government graded for your protection. GUARANTEED MEATS BEEF POT U.S.D.A. Choice . Ib. BEEF Select Tender . . . . Ib. Loveland Gateway, Old-Timer Thick Slice !}) _ _ _ 2-lb. pkg. . . PORK Boston Butt, 4-7 Ib. avg. PORK End Cuts . GRADE A FRYERS MORE OF THOSE EVERY DAY PRICES AT IDEAL Glen Eden, 1-lb. . FRUIT MIX PEACHES Helmonl, No. 2'/, can Del M o n t e . Sliced nr Halves, No. 2'/j can WUt 11 |X I'd, C o l u m b i n e nr III I LrfV Carnation, tall can ·12 oz. jar, W h i l e KARO LOG CABIN SYRUP M ,, ^ ftY^TFRQ Crystal Ray \J I -J I E.1%^ Cove, 4',5 nz. can . CHOPPED BEEF S"r; n _ _ MAZOLA OIL 18 28c _ 33c 2 for 29C 45c 58c 42c 35c 71c 1909 9th St, STORE HOURS Week Days 8:00-8:00 Sat. Sun. 8:00-9:00 8:00-6:30

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