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Page 20 GREELEY TR1BUNK Wed.. June 3, 1970 Outstanding Greeley West Students Are Recognized Over Kill students ,-it (irecley ( l a r y A a b , o u t s t a n d i n g West High School \\vtv honored at the school's Academic s u p h u m u r e social studies student. Industrial Arts 19ti!l-7(l school year drew to a' Mark Picker, outstanding wiiod working student: (!ary close last m o n t h . Outstanding students were! l recognized for their efforts in n nearlv all areas of aeademic! ( ! r t 'gg Vatl, outstanding crafts Sue Best. Spanish 1: Lynn Ferguson, Spanish II; Holly Uressler, Spanish III: Donna Bowerman, Spanish IV; Sue Singer. Spanish V. Thea Tuck and Susan Singer, o u t s t a n d i n g outstanding foreign language drawing student; students. life ai Ihc school. Spartones -.Indent; James Dickon, out-! c ; H r v j () |, ns(mi outstanding literature I I ; Delia Doney. business English. Forensics .) a n e 11 e Robertson, outstanding NFL sludent; Jay VerLinden, outstanding debate student; Thea Tuck, outstanding novice student. Drama Jay VerLinden, outstanding Winners of the most covi-k-di-^inding metal working student; jj u n j m .' boy; Jodi Hodley. o u t - ' " e s p i a n promotion; Steve: ivard. the Spartan l l o n u i - C r c . s t i l ! i l a Breidcnbach. outstanding'i sl;lric ij n g 'j u n j o r g i r i ; J 0 ' y Ber- Willson, best actor; Thea Tuck, ; , I 1 ( j j n g j u n j 0 . g i r i itleson, outstanding senior girl: Bert Roscvcar. outstanding Weaver. Francis Sehell and, Judy Csizmadi, yearbook senior boy; Vickie Johnston, , . award, were .lanellc Robertson. i pl t o l l l " r i 'ph' student. V i c k i e Johnson. X o r n i a n - Journalism outstanding thcspian and best actress: Rob Proctor, outstanding lechnician. Karen Nonamako! 1 . b u s i n e s s manager: Kylc'iiutstandiiig Spartonc girl: Doug Girls Athletics Installed as iiicomini; Student M o n f o r t . yearbook cditonisimon, outstanding Spartone Volleyball: Betty Lovato, Council nflicprs for the 1!)7(I-7I n'ommie Wci'land. yearbook!boy. Beatrice Martinez, G 1 e n d a school year were Steve Truilt.lpholographer: Kip *Hanscn.| Band jBoycc. Sue Lythe. Alary president; Pan V a l t . vice-yearbook photographer; Cindy; -, ,,,, ,.,,.,,-,. ,, hn ni,jin,J 0 o l r i c n J;inc FaTM'!, Denise president, and Clini I)allon.,K n r s y t h e , yearbook s t a f f ; Ly 'Ilvard- Fd Grant Spry ' Mcl Ucplogle ' Kil " 15 secretary. liandce Snedden. yearbook^.,-..,.,,;.,' h ' H . k, r ',..,,.i'Askew, Denise Albrandl, Kerrj Oilier students recognized a t . s t a f f ; Charles Kehmcr. ycar-.'"f , c . f nc , ,,'?,' h ' . ,:''' ,J Pischer, Shirley Kobinclle, the assembly were: ;bnnk s t a f f : Bob P r o c t o r . | l ' ^ l g " ' " ' f e l J 3Vicki Boltcnberg. _ _ Social Studies u ,="·".'· V · c , M 'Kobcrlson. outstanding senior ,,?'^01 . flnllv Hr^W yearbook s t a f f : Junior Schmid.j,,;,.,. ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,, n,,i e . a n r lin 0 !.. B ; lskel . b . a11 - H °" . . Bl ^. slt1 .' David H o l m , niil.-laiiding all-:\Vcs! Word a d v e r t i s i n g girl; Doug Simon, outstandmg| K IKalhy Morse, Debbie Wood. ij.n i l l i n i l i n. UUI.-.I , H i l l i n g . i l l - : t us; \ t ui u ii u \ i- I L i b i ti t! ,,· t, \i, n , \ii, .1 ,,f ' v ."" -^, ^-v-«.j.v. .. .. u .., around social studios student ^manager; Sharon Haley. West F " ° * * » ' ""** U '' R TM± Nicki Kessingcr. Rainy Joyce. Francis Sehell. o u t s t a n d i n g Word editor, . s a n d i n g sophonioie. Rojse Beatl . ic( , Martine!!) Jane Fai ,- e ], - i . r , , . i Hansen, outstanding junior. ri«,,^., p n v,. n i ;,,,, w-iii nnmun senior social studies s t u d e n t : ; Business Education i D ,. , Uenda boyce, Lisa H .ill, Uemse K e - a d Vaughn, niiistaiuliiig: Vicky Reticle, s h o r t h a n d - ! p lS l )r - Vi Vicky Boltenberg, Betty LAFF-A-DAY .1.. I... !«;». M-..U ,1,1 mj. "I want you to throw away his ten favorite recipes!" Pinar Hitler, Chcri iMatlenklodl.lAf-tack Victim ·Judy Schmilz, Debbie Arnold,! Debbie Bolter. Jacque Funk. J o h a n n a Beechan, Linda Chandler, Jan Koenig and Kim Fowler. DKNVlill ( A P ) - A 70-year- old Denver man died after lie Your Insurance (Life) - , ' ! (Your Life Insurance is presented each week as a public service in cooperation with the Northern Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters.) Question: My husband is planning to increase his life insurance from ?15,000 to $35,000.' Would it be better for him to drop the old policy and obtain at his present ig« t 1 ' . . . 1 - .. 4 L . n l U n « mil · tttm- mtt buy a new ?H5,000 one, or should he just add a new $20,000 policy? Answer: He would be belter off to buy a $20,000 policy for a number of reasons. To start out, the original $15,000 policy: was issued at a lower rate because he was younger when he bought it. The accumulated difference between the rale for the ?35,OflO policy and the ombinalion of the rates for the $15,000 and $20,000 policies is considerable, the latter being much less expensive. Other reasons -favoring the was attacked Monday night on ajpwrcliase of the $20,000 policy ' to supplement the existing policy is already building up mb- stantial cash value. (2) the incontestability and suicidi elms' es of the old policy h«v« already run their course, and (J)j.if.illif old policy is dividend-jiayiiigi the dividends.are,also.coming along. · · iV In short, there-is'.'simply no way that your husband can policy that has all^tht - advantages of the ..permanent insurance" bojicy thit'he.itii'ttd' years ago; ' ';.'.All queries or question*''can be sent to Paul HeridrwvdiU, publicity chairman, 3001' 8th Ave., Greeley: You will receiv* a personal response ' to your letter from society headquarters. ' ' ' : . JOHANNESBURG, South'.'At- ica (AP) -- A tailor shpp-biars this sign: "Hand stitching; Sy , latest machines." . USE TRIBUNE downtown street, police said.j :psv was ordered. juni'ir social studies student: D;,rrel'la Rohn, shorthand. i\ TIIK nis-niir-i- rorit-r I Mathematics Kim Bernhardt geometrv ° u l s l a n d i n g J uni °''; D ian e Reed, Cnrl* Smith, outstanding a 'n. outstanding sophomore. . . . . . " . . r-, « . . i _ _ An aulopsj NEW YORK (AP) - The c i t y j The man's name was wilh- · D £ nisc has doubled its lowing fee for;' 10 , 1 ' 1 . PTMding notification of kin. , Betty ... ., i i i i - i i ! Witnesses told p o l i c e two Vicki Johnston. oulsianding|Lovato. ' ' i l l e g a l l y parked automobiles to, mon . lssaul(l;(1 , lle vic , im antl senior; Mary Jo CarstensJ Tennis: Betty Lovalo, Glemlal^O and offenders are feeling thc-|j t looked as if the attackers iaround m a t h student: Sue ! Morton, algebra I I ; Debbie Fine Arts Tom Stephens and Karen :Recd. algebra I: MarilyniNonamaker, outstanding senior Boyce, Jan Erickson, Christy Sparrow. pinch. Between 8 a.m. Monday, when iwent through his pockets. Track: Sue Best, Jodi Bodley. the rate was hiked, and 4 p.m. Lisa Wall. Debbie Broughton. 175 cars were hauled from the Jacquc Funk. Judi Jones, Gail r,..,.,,, ,, r \\-. tl , -UL-UU. ,ii(5uiji;i i : i\iariivnii\onamaKer, ouisianaing senior ; : . ; . . ., r ,, , r -,, , , ,, . | X T m : M.yn-i ; , ; , , , . · · , - , , , : , ; F r i t ;, I e r , geometry; Doug^ward; Rob Proctor. Judv J. ^ ° i n l = V l , Joyc P., M^e berg. 23rd to 72nd s reels. T h e city S A , ' K ' , : ' ' ' t il 11 ,,", 1 :.^""'^, ' F a n n i n g , pre-geomelrv. j.Iones, Pal Brown and .lovce " (lll ' *TM^TM- \ A ^ B "'ce. also levies a $25 illegal parking f - A I K U ' : - ,,,,,.,, w ,.., ! Colorado Council ! Chisholm, outstanding junior De " lsc ^'T 1 Vicki Bnt enbcrg. |fn,c: and charges $:j.extra for TI-M-: i - K i . i 1 , . ! - : Li" T H K ' S T A T , - : of Teachers of Mathematics [award- Russ Overbcck out- Gymnastics: Christy 1-ry, each day the car is impounded. affected area-- Manhattan from AUTO CLASS For All Cars A M Glass 624 13th St. Ph. 352-62-18 Spring Forecast , A Trimmer You with" "World's Easiest Method ci Active Exercise" SLIM-EYT FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION CALL 352-4985 Certificate of Merit islanding sophomore award. / K K - X M T I , - , . : ,i,,u m,-,-. IK,,! : hlll( -' lle . Hobertson, Lowell'- Science T i l ' 1 ' ! i i i .^;ii'* r s l . - i t t - ;i i n - t i - '· I ICMTf. RlCK Moi'tOll c"lld Ed i i t-i i ,-- i i . i x l v i t i ^ : r.ir ;i j i n l i r i M :,M-IT- ( 1 r - m t JOnll V OSLCI". COJOl'adO in in :tti,i i i i - t i - i - m i i i i i i i i i n ..f · _ 'American Chemical Society ^"rV 1 , 1 , r, 1 ;;!',]!::":;^,:';.:,^: ,.,., ^" t*" 5 TM 9 ' ., , hlstanding chemistry . - r i-l:i I" Istudcnl; Rob Trossen, out- ECCP n'-:-"ii.. Hi!-,-.. M i l l e r Cerm-in I I - 1- il l S I a n a m S v-^i siuacni: iviary I-!-'.''."'','i', l : " v l i ""- ·' Xn " s "'"" lri ;ii (l L,.; M)n1 (-,1,,,,, m . ' a r h , I; M(:Afcc ' outstanding biology I r.:;;;:V'M ' ChUS h!^nt; Paul Dnrnak out- 'standing biology 1 student.: Kim MITII-I-: u.- 'Bernhardl. outstanding biology x* i'-jin-i!""' 1 ' I student; Kim McKinley. i i r i , . r Hi,- i.-isi piii,-^ sii'x" 1 "i'i.''..,"i~i-.V AI "' J! ' ''''"'''''"-out-standing biology II student: ..'r'aiV'-uisu'.'''!''.'!! 1 - -i'i!M!--u-" i,,'^'"' 1 -" '' v 1 "''':' 1 '-'-' K i v i - i i ih.-it ] i Rob Lewis, outstanding biology Hi.- I ' M M I - I n i i i I'l-.N T i,, I'.'isi'ii.V"i' i .!'uri rr .'i l r ll \v' l '.Vi'i"''fiVi'in'li'i' student: Terry Pollard, out- 'i-!i."-!i'i-hi'-'-''i, ; '".'.'i,i!. l ,'i' t i, ! ,'"i iio l "«M''li- s ' allt '' n '' " ca "' 1 student: J.Jiin i--..«ii. ; iii rn.- ui-i'ii'.-'ii i,i,'!.i-ii'rM 'Vvii'iiiDicken. outstanding Health tin.s'i'ii! .i!! ·,V l AiVi 1 y. y 'i:i7i'i'.' 1 '"' 1 " 1 "', Kv.'i.yn i.. i'..I.TSMI, 'standing Health student; Jim A -V"'i - r ','""'."'" i-'Mji'"."'"' " "" ISanborn, outstanding biology I! · ^.TiMMi-.-Hl'v''^^^'^-'^,,,,,. ' istudent: Dennis Ricker, out-. j . M n y -7. . i n n , ' .-:, ill. 17, 1:1711.' .standing biology 1 .student. English i Schmit/.. I l i , - ; i i I l i ' i r s .1 - r ;i .1.-, · III.- hi Is . You get all this for as much as $ 201^ less than the others. ; .N o -r i i- i-: i I M ' n : ! ) S T A T K S DI-n'M:'! 1 -! -MI-:.\-|- U K T i l l - : I N T K I i l n l : ' l^ -MM-: i i i s - r i t i r - r i - o r n - r N . . . I ' - l l . ' . s x M I - I - I C I - . I I I 1 I - ' M . I V C I I I ' 1 i ' i - . - i - n - i i i \ I - I I H ni-:-ri-:ii m.\ \ T M I \ i n I I I : I I I M I I I P'|-A-|'I : i i'- - i i i . i U A i n i i I V T I M - : . M . \ T T K i : I ' ' - ' T I I K j i:.-"|-ATI-: i l l - ' . l A M K S I I A V ) i : n - K i : n ., K n .1. I : A V I 1 : 1 I - I I - K I : . ;. u :, I : A V I : I - . - K - I i : ' : . .-i a :i .I.\.\H-:S K i : r r i i . i ; . ii k ;i .1. i:. i ! i - i - i ; i - : i : i J u d v ^'KXT;",-,:,';,,^;^' ,^^ A ^lv.Bnglish': Mary Breidcnback. ' I'-MI'I'''^^^^''.^/'"''^^'.'.!^'.'^''"!.'].'.^-!'.^' I"' 3 '-'' 11 ' 1 ' English: Sally Avers.] ! v| .;-.. 1 ". 1 . x..:_!.-'. i'.. in r ,-i'..i'xi ".:!! ii'i"i composition and l i t c r a l u r r 1 1 ; ' 'Vii l !V.' l 'Vi\L l i'iii"!vV l '.x l i'ii'ri l isk:' K ' iis:i ! i"i : - Marcia Barr, practical Knglish: I-iTi..'//'.''--"!^-'"''.'.'!! "hoi'i'-'i'i'f" .'.V'''!'!.' '^"' ) '' c ' w ' s - composition and . . i . ' i i n r. i.'ni'rli 'i-:siiiV,'!''iinii'.'-i- til!' literature i: Mary McAfee. A'.'-'; U "f'".MiirHi ! -:'. 1| '] 1 ss7 '"i2.i' f s':ii ! j com P ns ''' 011 an(l literature II; 'sVv',' "^ i 11 ." 1 '-1 '.;!^ ,!i'.'' j v ' . i K ' i J i D o u g Fanning, beginning i l l I'. .\I., i-..li'i-:nl ' : i n . l ......1111111 w i l l I,... r,.s.'i-v,'-il"Y, ' · ' , ' . I N . - r n i l r . l Sl.il.'s I , I H - S I I : M I L l i 1 · ' ''· I I I , ' A, Is ,.f . I n l y 17. I V H (:: ' ' · · " · ' · l r.s.i""i'!:r)!''.\'ii'y V..-/-.^,'!;! J a n e 1 1 c Robertson, honors English: Jim Sears, communication: J i m . Stroll, composition and literature 1; Model for model, Chevy pickups are priced lower than others. For example, a Chevrolet '/ ? .-ton Flectside is priced as much as S201.04* less than other comparable models. The sweetest part is, for less money you gel more pickup from Chevrolet. Take a look for yourself. TM-CI-: xii-riri-: HI:I -,-.. IK.S yj;!. 1 "!^^. ;".' i;r'i'l-hiK ! ",',i,'i'.'.',.7h';r,', j" I English: Ixiwell Pierce, ad!','"!'/'I 1 .'!','.'",S v'"'i','. s i-""r' '"'"' h s iii^ii"'^'' i.y iii" I ' l i i i . ' . i su'iti's v a n e e d composition and! ,' ,,' V ,, i i i' ,-',',, M '-' ' f l 1 '' '"" i"-"!'-'-' "" 'I''" i^r^rrsiiiS^ ,^^,^,»r \ . . . . ^ . ,t' ,'.r r i l l i...,-c,.,iw i, I /. l - \ M i l - I l l - . ; I i l : i l :l c..]l.\- . i f s l l r l l ].rn- l-;.;l:.l^ oT i ; r i , \ p r ]';llll. 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" · ' - . · - AMI niii TIII-: coi-\-rv OP i Ji,:,!! ffio i v r i i i . i ..i ,, \ v i , ! ;. : ';;;'·,: .. i i-.""'-..v K,H,. ; "'" :i -",., i , Iv1i(i11s ;'!'i}; i ' I ' : ""· I'.'!;''.-.M.·.",.":.,: ::r j i.;.r,:,-i)f,,iy; -',:::',':' "'-'"· *- ^u',"^^^ !'».»-''· ,, :n . ,,,,,,,, ! A i i i n i n i s i r ; i l i - i \ ' »f H I P | K s i a t e of G r n v n r 1'aul. i i f i - M l I . . :,!,-, .V.':-'.'..'."-." 1 ^ ' . ^ ^ ' v ^ I V " 4 1 ' ' " ' I T h r G r e o h ' y V r a U y ' T r l l . u n p . m l ; i n s \ \ . - i - i l n - l i i ' t i l i '"l.'i's" n..^^^^..^'-!-'.'".!^'^? TM'; : , 1 , li ' : r l ', 1 , J ; :il " 1 '' '""' ; · ST -' VJ -' I ' ; M U T i n - l AS TO ,,'?;, !;' r ','--v,V,:"i,;,, w i!± i ,;i : ';. V: .^ ; r i;^r^,. ".·,,',·,',!- x-^"-^",-"^.-,,:,,, ..V.-VT...^!,!":;; -;i:i::-,^ ; -", """·"" -"·'r.i".:,., 1 -. 1 ,,;. 1 -,;:, 1 :!.'-,·;',··;?*·;!. r^ni"!?... s 1 ,*:::!::! I,. i'-.!'-n \ v i l l ]i'-..'.'.-.-il I " '" "" '"'.f^'-"" "" l ''' r """ 1 ' m i l l . - . - f u r l l l c I ' l l s l l i l l K f i s t - a l l ~S£^^ JuS''^..^^:^';!;/";::;,:,;!^"';;::^:;;;;,^ ^ r ^;;a:^ ::i^^ r i l ' . - . l |..i;.'l^n,y: ; , | i( . h i s p i ' i - t i i . i i . T h a i su.-h 111 ,,|,i,s,'i] l u i . l r . - l w i l l 1.1- .-nnsiil- -,] fur a , l i , | i l i , u i ill u spi-cial · r l i i i r .if t i n - A i l D S {-ill(j;-f- Job-proved independent front suspension keeps Chevy trucks riding smoother, longer. Fenders within fenders. Double-strong cab and full-depth double-wall Fleetside box for greater durability. h. n f i i v ..f . M a \ - . I!'.'", i l . i r y .M. ' - i . n i i . - i l ' ' I ' - r k n f i l l . - .1 i ^ i r i . - l . ..I [.. 5) 11-: 1 -) ..r UK i i i - 1 .-inn i in\ .-.·si ' . ' i i i i r u ' i v.-s,i - j , "i I i - . m i in i I [ 01- to I n - I n - l . l -il I he I ' f if :^i,, I , KI ,£!v |i ',T"(-!" 1 J;.r, 1 .! 1 . I[!;·;·,,.;:* l ^.J lr '-^ a (^ nrM '::s ::f ^ix^r^s^ri 'ftirki 1 ;- ·i^;;.";.,-'^..;;:, : v;;:; ;.!:',.'.'. .."..'.I ,!".,. !."'..i.!'i,','.' i'! -^"^ . H i n i " l - C o l l . - K B l l l M n . - l in.-n Energy-absorbing padded instrument panel, low-profile steering wheel are among Chevy's many security features. J\*J£ Drop-center frame design allows lower cab mounting for more convenient entry and exit. Chevy trucks have a longer working life. And we can prove it. These are official figures! showing how Chevies outlast other trucks. l i h l s . I n - .,. .,,, , - l l l . l i l i ; ; f i f t y (.'.ID ii.-l-.-f.-.-t ! - ' , , . . f U i l l , - r i . l l o l l . - i l I . y I I I " I-" 1 " 1 :'.' Xoi-l h . - i - i i i ' . . I r . i - a . I o W n t o r ( · " i i . - i . i r v a m - y I i i s t r u - l . ' I ' l i a l I I I ' - p c l i t i i i n i i i i i n . - K l h f I...V" p.-i-Miii iis I hi. .«..!.' mill i l l y h . ' i r i l l l a w of s i i i i l i l i - . - . - i l c i i i m i l h " jiri'si'iiL o u i i . - r ..f s a i . l n.-iicll May -.::.. 'n7ii. . M a l - K a r . - t I'. I I f i n U - l i f - n n Se.-n l i i r v A i m s . I l l n i o r i - . . l l i ' i i e i - o m m i l t i ' i . . io i l r i ' i - l . ' y H n i l y T r i l u i n r . ay L-7. js, ;:i. .innc i. ::. :,. uv Foam padded scats for more comfort, less fatigue. *Based nn ti cninfHirium nf mnnufdctinrr.^ t.n^'c.'.lcil retail price*,. I't'iirfiil /;.vr/.\r Tux included. SitRgcMcd dealer new vehicle preparation charge not included. Easier one-hand opening Fleetside tailgate. I ' . m l . i : i i n ' . - i-a.l... W I . L . W . -. .· -· I-:. 'M. \ . ^ i i n l i i i i : . , . l i . i . l - h l . - : - . Sail". i'ol.- t l i i s S l h i l i . y ..f M a y . l : i 7 d . \hu-\ ,\1 . - c l ] i - l i - ' r l i o f M I I I . I C n n i - t l!y l-'f-ni A . i - . ' - s f f l i n I ' . - v f l o r h I S K A 1 . 1 K i l V l i i ' i i i ' l I! l"'i|i". A I I " M l . - y A h i \ - i::. :'-. -7. .1 -'MI.. ::. P'7n. t LOVF. A HEEL A H K E f , t h a t ' s I'uI on in .'! m i n u t e s AVAX SHINES Shoe '« s h i n e s p,-,,-ior 911 Slh Ave. HOUTCHENS, HOUTCHENS DOOLEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Announces the affiliation of Jnhn B. Houlchens April 1, 1970. IO'|7 :)tl) A v e n u e 353-91'Jb G i c n l t y , Colo. 80631 1955 1956 1957 1951 USD 1S60 1 \Based on K. L. Polk Co. statistics. Going back as far as 1955, for" example, over 56 percent of the Chevies built in that model year are still on the job. No competitive make has as many as half of its 15-year-old models still working. And in'all the-years since, no other make can match the steadily high percentage of Chevies still- : going strong. Putting you first, keeps us flttt*. Save now at your Chevy dealer's pickup pricedown.

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