Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 3, 1970 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 3, 1970
Page 16
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Paee 16 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed., June 3, 1970 Multi-purpose Designs Adapt So Easily in New Apartments Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mickish Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Micldsli To Celebrate 50th Anniversary :'· Mr. and Mrs. .Leonard Mickish, 1017 18th St., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary as guests of honor at jm open house from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, in the lounge of the First Congregational Church, 2101 16th St. ·; Friends, relatives and neighbors are invited to call during the afternoon, as no formal invitations have been sent. The couple has requested that 1 gifts be omitted. :· Hosts for the occasion will be a son and his family, Dr. anc Mrs. Verle Mickish and theii daughter, Valerie. Leonard Mickish and the former Edith Gehrke were married June 1, 1920, ai Ravenna, Neb. They came to Greeley in 1922, and have made their home here since. P O R T L A N D , Ore. Researchers can measure the ripeness of apples by usinj electric vibrators to recon sound waves passing through them. America's triumphs in space may be almost routine by now, but to the earth-bound home- naker, making more efficient use of space in the home is i never-ending challenge. Fortunately, the big guns of the dining furniture industry are offering her more help than ever before. Battle plans for the "70s at the home furnishings markets show a high percentage of pedestal tables and swivel chairs capable of doing dressed up double duty in the tinest studio apartment or the most sumptuous single-family pad. More and more, homemakers are looking to well designed ;ables and chairs to make dead space come alive or convert single function rooms into multi-purpose areas, that fill a myriad of family needs. Making efficient use of space is becoming more pronounced with the trend toward apartment living. During 19C9, the U. S. passed a milestone by seeing more apartment building permits issued than housing permits and the trend is likely to continue. Metal dining sets are best suited to stretch space while still supplying maximum style and comfort, with minimum care. Innovations in new swivel chair designs include 11 different treatments with bases ol p o l i s h e d aluminum, baked enamels in various colors in- cluding « look-alike for black wrought iron, and synthetic molded styles with the heft anc appearance of richly curvec wood. Also high in the space race are two new compact swive' chair designs in bronze or avo cado enamel finish specifically tailored and trimmed to take up a new low in floor space One design in this group features a fully upholstered tapered back while the other is a crisp openwork style in wood-like molded synthetic. Three styles with turned molded pedestals and orna menled bases double appearance and pleasure will high wrap-around backs o s t u r d y wood construction Variations include one com pletely upholstered in smootl vinyl, another dimpled will diamond tufting, and a third padded with a graceful bad insert. Both the completely upholstered version and the wooc back with padded insert an also available with black scroll work bases definitely smacking of L a t i n flavor. Thi Mediterranean mood is also strongly evident in anothei swivel chair design with mod ified barrel-back treatmen featuring lacy metal inserts tha echo the curves of the pedesta base. Fresh Hearing Aid Batteries Gilbert Rexall Stores. --Adv ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY 817 9th St. SALE! 7 PIECE REDWOOD PATIO SET, REG. '125, NOW $ 99 7-PC. REDWOOD GROUPING includes chair, chaise, 2 end benches and 3-pc. sawbuck set. 'Traditional' style, top quality genuine California redwood. 2Vz" box-edge button tufted cushions floral print vinyl reverses to solid cotton duck. Double helical spring and strap suspension. CHAIR, $ Reg. $30 NOW CHAISE, $34 Reg. $45 NOW JT 1 PR. END BENCHES $O Reg. $10 NOW 3 PC. SAWBUCK, $ 3 3 Reg. $40 NOW J J 4 PIECE SET 3 PC. REDWOOD BBQ SET, Reg. $45 NOW $39.99 REDWOOD COFFEE TABLE, Reg. $20 NOW 17.99 REDWOOD TETE-A-TETE, Reg. $75 ..NOW 66.99 wsx" t ~ytr*#r f " ' ' ·'*·-··· · ' ' ·" ;v ---.?·"·?-.·-.-. ·· .··wr* ··;*»··*·".·.'·"·: *^·· -tr""--*^^·'···^-·^'^^·^f«^"r^.-««wi«r3*y^ p!l8.yj".M.WW OPEN 5 NIGHTS A WEEK TILL »:30| SATURDAY TILL 5:30. CHARGE IT! FRYERS Grade A Whole, Lb. CUT-UP FRYERS : . . . . . . . . . . . LB. 35c Fryer Breasts Thighs - Drumsticks u 59c Swiss Steak Pure Pork We Make It, Lb. SAUSAGE POTATO SALAD Bar-None Bulk, Lb. 49 39 Wellesley Farm or Shur-Fresh ICECREAM 69 LEMONADE Libby's 6 Oz. Can 10 Clear Vinyl Food Wrap, 25 Ft. Roll WRAP UP INSTANT POTATOES FLOUR American Beauty 2 Oz. Pillsbury 25 Lb Bag. 19' 10' $|89 TOMATO SAUCE- 10' TOMATO JUICE "~ 4 - '1 PORK AND BEANS -:. 8 M $ 1 $ 1 Rich Flavor No. 2 l / 2 Can PEACHES EGGS Dr. PEPPER Taste Treat Grade AA Small 4 4 8 Pak 16 Oz. Plus Deposit 59 CANTALOUPE 4-*1 Bing Cherries Lb. JERRY'S MARKET 513 14th Avenue Prices Good Through I i Monday, June 8 i Open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. 6 Days A We*k

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