Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 28, 1973 · Page 12
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12 OKEELEY (Cdd.X THIiUNE 8«t., April a. H73 to Eulo Stinlit /tri/nor/d/ I : '-Sfff. I .Oasis Rebekah Lodge No. 13 approved a donation to. .the scholarship fund in Gre^lc^ju^d also to (he infirmary fund of the Odd Fellows Home in Canon City, as a memorial to" Miss Eula Smith, a 54-year member ' who died last month. . Miss Dorolhy:' ingslc»ni presented a 50-year jeweTlto Margaret Fox, for years of faithful service. In 'accepting the jewel, Mrs. Fox commented ,"H brings back-memories" lo see the younger women__n.ow doing the degree In which I ·J6«k.'.p%rt when I was able.'" '·'·'I'h'ree new ^embers were initiated at the seccioft {(resided pj^r toy Noble Grind falter ''-Demarest. They'are Nedra Franks, Belle Reed and Marilyn Demarest, - : '''·'-.-Miss Ingstrom, Margaret Erickson, Myrtle Benson, Alice Kaugh and Georgia Eagan "$e're 'on the refreshment committee. Spring flowers and colors were used for. the lablfe. -·dBcdrr '· · Mothers will be honored at the next regular meeting, May 9, which has also been 7: designated as dress-up nighl. Committee for this meeting will be": Mary Lou Cowan, Alia Curtis, Pansy Adams, and Felma Callow. Pasl Noble Grands will meel at 7:30 p.m., May 1, with Mrs. Ira Moore, 124 N. 23rd Ave. Court, with ' Vida Klein and ..Florence Fireslein as assislanl "hostesses. - · ...t* ! ' : ' · ·"' · **' r~-" .«··*··'.'.-* '····' - _.-·'' .-^^ * · · ".. - 's · ·' : '' Blanche Dempsey, edjfor;,... . ,, Rose MSfy Koob, assistant · .'·' -·. '··';',,.-· -. r- ' .- " .^ · Greeley women selected District BPW officers , ·'if Al Ihe District 3: sprffig' convention of Business and Professional Women's Clubs at Itte K.Iks Club in Boulder;-Sirs, liollis Slone was elected districl c h a i r m a n and Mrs. ' Av_a : . Touslee, secrelary-treasHirer. Bolh are members- of Ihe (Ireeley KPW Cluh. .....-'" -The local club" also broughl home Ihe iN'iko Award, for having Ihe highest percentage _;.oC members in attendance al ' t h e districl meelin_g. Local 'members also acfiieyed-..this \ award lasl year. 'Miss Dorolhy J... Martin, presidenl of Ihe local. grSilp,- spoke on BPW Greeley, '1973. 31rs. Leona . L S c h w a b . , o f Lbveland, slale ;"first".'"vi'ce' ^president,... conducted " a '". workshop on "Sharpen up your foresight on programnjjflg:'.' Mrs. Marianne SarfdStr'of Loveland, who named Mrs. Margaret Nolin of Ihe Greeley dub to the Order of Ihe Rose, and Mrs. Lillian Palmer of Broomtield, were on Ihe state nominating committee.,,,. '·' ."Winning first place in Ihe Young Career Women com-, -petition was Nancy-PearsB'ii of Boulder who will- represent '·District "3 al the slate Convention in Estes Park in June. Several from here plan lo at- ·lend: "·' ·"Al a-regular:B!iPW meeting in Greeley Monday nighl, Mrs. ·Nprval Hinds conducted a 'memorial service for Mrs. Eula M. Kinsey Straight who had been a member of BPW for many years. Mrs. Marjorio Herr'era, scholarship recipient for two consecutive years, reporled on her work aclivity, and year-end '' reports were given. The annual installation dinner will May 14, al the home of Mrs. Hinds. ,,..;BAPW DISTRICT OFFICERS-- Recently elecled officers . of Dlslricl 3, Business and Professional Women's Club are two Greeley club members, Mrs, Hollis Stone, left, new districl chairman, and Mrs. Ava Touslee, districl secretary-treasurer. Jane Jefferson Club to install The Jane Jefferson Democralic Club .of .Weld County elected officers; a~f' the 1 spring tea at the home'of Mrs. Lacy Wilkinson, and "planned installation ceremonies during . (he annual May Breakfast. Mrs. John Wilhelm pf Greeley was elected president'; ., : Mrs7 William Rhodes of 'Eaton, Sor optimists plan lecture on wines " . The Greeley Soroptimist Glub.. "£·:, will sponsor an edjjeatjffnal lecture on wines and (heir-uses.; at- 6:15 p.m., Monday, in the downstairs area of The Yeager. The public is invited. The clinic, direcled by a representative of Pa'ul.Masson Co., will feature five different wines lo be lasled, along wilh the lecture on the uses of wine. Additional information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Roger Holcomb, 352-3496. G/pson Club members test their memories treasurer; Mrs. Jack Burger SV/"6f Fort Luplon, recording secretary, and.. Mrs.; Frank Yamaguthi of ',P.ialteyilIe;- eorre'stwndin'g secretary. 1 "' -"-'·' The Janes are sponsoring Carrie Koch, daughter of Mr. ..and.-M.cs. E. M. Koch; 4050 20th Si.', "as a delegale from Wesl High School to Columbine Girls State'ln'Denver in June.-Miss Kdch was not listed in the feature slory on. Girls Slate ir. the April 24 issue of Ihe Tribune. · ' · Mrs. Wilhelm, Mrs. Fred Ketz and Mrs. Wilkinson will represent Ihe Weld County r.iiJanes al the stale federation board meeting in Rocky Ford, May 12. All members of Ihe Janes, and interested women are urged to attend the May Breakfast, at 9 a.m., Tuesday, May 15, at Ihe Farm Fare at Lucerne. Vice presidents and committee charimen will be r announced at thai lime. Haney, DePorter .wedding planned Mr. and Mrs. Roy_ Haney of Eaton announce the engagement of their daughter, Janna Lee, lo Ross Allen DePorter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen DePorter of Carr. Miss Haney is a junior at Ealon High School, and her fiance was graduated from Highland High School. The wedding will take place in Greeley, May 29. Verlyn Kay Schlagel To be wed Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Schlagel of Pierce announce the engagement of Iheir daughter, Verlyn Kay, lo David E. Ammon, son of Mr. and Mrs.' Eugene Ammon of Slerling, Kan. Miss Schlagel, a graduate of Highland High School at Ault, received a B.S. degree in home economics education from Colorado Slale Universily. She recenlly returned from Alexandria, Egypt, where for Ihe pasl year she has been director of boarding services lor the Schulz American School, as a volunleer w i t h the Presbylerian Church. Ammons, a graduale of Tarkio College, Tarkio, Mo., has a B.A. degree in psychology and sociology. He is also a volunleer wilh the Presbylerian Church, and is currenlly serving as a Iranslator and director of food services for Ihe Schulz American School in Alexandria. A summer wedding is .being planned. APPLESAUCE PANCAKES · ·Ci cup unsifled flour, fork-slir to aerate before measuring IV-s teaspoons baking powder '/H teaspoon baking soda '/i teaspoon salt legg '/u cup milk 1'p tablespoons butter, | melted l-3rd cup canned sweetened applesauce In a medium mixing bowl thoroughly stir together the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. In a small mix ing bowl heal egg and milk until combined; beat in buller and applesauce; arid lo flour mixlure and mix unlil dry ingredients are moistened. Drop bailer, Vj cup al a time, onto well greased preheated griddle (400 degrees). Bake unlil bubbly on top and bottom sides are browned; lurn and brown lop sides. Serve wilh maple syrup. Makes aboul 8 pancakes. Are things dull around your house? KEEP YOUR EYE ON 1211 Ninth Street First Congregational Church United Church of Christ 16th Street and 21st Avenue Worship Service 10:00 a.m. "Life and Faith -Four in One" by the Senior High Youth Rev. Don R. Laue Rev. Paul D. Tiller Crib and Toddler Care Church School Classes, 10:00 (3-4-S-yrs.only) ' Tt i rry Anne Gale . Members of the Gipson Social ~C!ub tested their memories under the guidance -of thajr. hostesses, Mrs. Ly'dia · Stroh, Wednesday afternoon, April 18, and Mrs. Hannah Armstrong and Mrs. Gertrude Marrall won (he prizes. The game involved kitchen gadgets and tools. Eleven members answered roll call and participated in a coin march to benefit the Ireasury. Mrs. Louise Ahrond,. .presidenl, reporled Her- Vlsii'to ' Mrs. Calhcrine Amen, a member now confined lo a nursing home. Mi's. Lu'la ' Armstrong was also reported 111. Mrs. Marrall will be hostess for the May 2 meeting' at her "home In Aull. Engagement "· announced Mr'.a'nd Mrs. Stanley W. Gale of Johnstown .announce Ihe engagement and fqrlhcnming Summer marriage of Ihelr daughter, Terry A n n e , lo Sloven. Forrest Kiinkin, son of Jftr.vjind Mrs. William Rankin, filsn of Johhstown. Miss; Gale is a graduating setu'pr' al lloosevolt ' High School. Her finance nltcnded It! IS and Aims College and Is now employed in Fo'ri Collins. The wedding is planned for July.28. . · · 802 Ninth Street MITH'S Worthwhile Workers report on Mrs. Lyle Nelson, who hosted the Worthwhile Workers Extension Homemakers Club in April, reported on the International Dinner at the 4-H Building, March 27. Approximately 40 persons attended the dinner and heard Manuel Jimihez, Eaton art teacher, tell of his (rip to Italy, and other European counlries, where he studied. Mrs. Nelson, was elected presidenl al this meeting, Mrs. Brooks Cole, vice presidenl, Mrs. Donald Ullrich, secrelary, and Mrs. Kenneth Benson, treasurer. Project chairmen also were named. lke "' "·*. y Reports were given and huiands who gathered at the members reminded lhat County home of Lee Roy Goldsmith. Day will be May 9: Mrs. John R. Thedinner committee included Toney won the hosless.gift. M «.BIckMoKee.Mr». William ~ f \~i Tsa | a d supper, will'« Easter decorations were used M°"son and Mrs. Goldsmith, served after the 'hike _andJB for the dinner served April 14. Mrs'; Bill Benton and Mrs. Cole fleers will be installed. Roll«W ; .fr., to seven members arid their won prizes. . subject will be a health hint, j Carnations, roses, mums best buys pj and other cut flowers, recujfc Iheirslem ends diagonally wlffiw" a sharp knife; place the steins;:, ends in a container of.warijj|jf water; iremove all folia'gi^'' (including the thorns of roses)',;, below Ihe water line, and add as Carnations, roses, mums, daisies and most other flowers are in plentiful supply in May and June and are considered "good buys," according to American florists. Snapdragons, peonies, lilies, and sweet William are especially abundant in May . . . while other good flower buys lo watch- oul for in June are asters, cornflowers, candy tuft, and orchids. To prolong the life of Ihese · ^COURTESY IS OUR MARK OF DISTINCTION!! EARLY WEEK SAVINGS AD PRICES EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, APRIL29th THRU TUESDAY, MAY 1st, 1»73 LIMIT RIGHTS R E S E R V E D NO SALES TO DEALERS OR BUSINESSES RIB STEAK .'I 49 IMPERIAL ROAST «, , b 'l 29 PORK PATTIES «,«, ,95* WlLllLllO Sigman's All Meat Ib. / 0 CHUNK BOLOGNA 69 C SLICED BACON :rr TOMATOES 9 TO 11 CHOPS PER PKG. YOUNG AND TENDER VALUABLE COUPON l^ 5 ^! ^Vj* I ' i;Svs iVs * 5 ''"" "*^"""' 1--1 f«"»« ·« ii^r/fc qq' 'pif, YOU MAY REDEEM 1 OR All 4 COUPONS WITH A S5.00 PURCHASE f^l., 15"* EXCLUDING CIGARETTES AND COUPON ITEMS «.?·»'.-··· \^¥ lir*.- ??·»" TOTINO F R O Z E N te ,^^ *·» )I K..3 ^.___ _ ^H ^^^ ^ *T*'I.-" ! f~?' COUPON EFFECTIVE 4.29-73 THRU M-73 ONE COUPON PER FAMILY te^a^^ufililliilllll^m^M 1.5 VALUABLE COUPON " ;·? YOU MAY REDEEM 1 OR All 4 COUPONS WITH A KM PURCHASE I * "·,* EXUUDING CIGARETTES AND COUPON ITEMS . WHOLESUN FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6*1 CuUpolt EFFECTIVE 4 29-73 THRU 5-1-73 ONE COUPON PER FAMIIT i KMART FOODr! MUIIILE COUPON i*5 I -VV'- · ififfef* y^i YOU MAY REDEEM 1 OR AH 4 COUPONS VWH A J5.00 PURCHASE I *x|; EXCLUDING CIGARETTES AND COUPON ITEMS I-J CHURNGOLDSOFT MARGARINE lib. tub Reg.37c Limit 1 COUPON EFFECTIVE 4-29-73 THRU 5-1-73 ONE COUPON PER FAMILY KMART FOOD S i l l VALUABLE- COUPON ^ M , M . YOU MAY BEOEEM 1 OR All 4 COUPONS WITH A $5.00 PURCHASE j£^ * EXCIUDINB CIGARETTES AND COUPON ITEMS · * ! l "*" G R A D E " A A " LARGE EGGS Dozen 44 I rI3T , !"*·" c COUPON EFFECTIVE 4-2J-73 THRU 5-1-73 UmitJdoz. - ONE COUPON PER FAMIIY 2823 WEST 10th STREET STORE HOURS MONDAYTHRU SATURDAY 7 A.M. TO 10 P.M. SUNDAY 8 A.M. TO6 P.M.

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