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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1929, Greeley, Colorado                                c fr THE PAGE THREE EAST WEST SIDE ALL AROUND THE TOWN Phone your news to Dorothea Greeley 3 Carl Tarns spent Sunday and Mon and Jones wore at day at Glendevey on the Grand Lake over the week Misses Dorothy Trembath and Helen Johnson were In Denver over the week and Lee Phelps have returned after spending two weeks at and flarley their and Gretchen spent Monday at Grand Kenneth Hugh left Sunday to attend the University of where he will complete his senior Edna who has been in Los Angeles and other points in Cali fornia for a has returnedto her home In and Floyd Adams and family motored to Cheyenne Sunday where they were dinner of and Clarence and MacDonnell and Itheir son returned homo Monday after spending a week in Slenwood They stopped in Sstes Park and visited with and William and Eace and daugh of visited at the Charles Lee home returning their home Race is r Lees Of interest to University of Golo tado students is the announcement fhat James graduate from the Jniverslty in June is now nember of the dramatic staff of the Mew Tork World and is writing some pf the play criticisms and flramatlc A marriage license was issued at he county clerks office Tuesday for iValter Harold Nesom of Platteville Agnes Marie Flynn of imong the licenses issued late Satuf ay were following to Thomas Velle of Greeley and Bertha Irene jambert of Greeley CharlesMaurice oe and Emolyn Alice tfarkley of Louis El ner of Ault and Grace Miller f MONEY to Rough Dry MONEY TO Wouiim for any Wet J The pause that Drink Bottled jGet an QUICK SET fLING insurance I Family 18 10th Phone LAWN MOWERS 824 7th I Electric Lighting 8th Herdman Electric A pure drink of natural bottled LADIES I Helen Carter has opened a hop at Canifield Henry Candlin has moved his stock to 1110 Dth Everything will be sold ATTENTION BEAN RAISERSI e have the BEAN cutter attach ents that fit on the Oliver u can make a perfect Bean Har ster with this attachment you lye an Oliver The GRBE HARDWARE The Optometrist does prescribe any condition except errors of on though his ability to detect nditlons having a direct relation to fectlve vision enables hint to be of by when neces that a patient should consult a Most abnormal eyes are so because I their defective size or and because of a diseased condition i majority of those needing an eye vice require but The Optometrist can render a illed service In all such cases all studies fit him to measure 3 correct all errors of IYOURS FOR EYC COMFORT PDWIN HAEFELI Pronounced Pptomctrlst and Spectacle Maker 811J4 Eighth upoUIri Phone 281 for Appointment Freedle has returned to her home in Snguache after visiting with her Ward and Harbaugh their spent Sunday and Monday at their cabin Glen Walter Kopplln of Longmont was In Greeley Monday attending the motorcycle Boh Bill and Albert IClght are home from North whore they have been spending a few and Miller and and Baker of spent Sunday and Monday at Grand Idaho and Estes Delhert Looney was taken to Den ver Tuesday morning by and Mrsi He will undergo an operation for appendicitis at Josephs hospital this arid Fred Norcross and Luke Siorey gone to Glonwood where they are attending an electrical They expect to be gone until the first the and William have returned from a vacation spent at The Pattersons were in Wyoming during most of last Catherine Carter has returned to Greeley from where she has been this Her accompanied her as far as on his way to Detroit Miss Carter will continue her work at Greeley high where she was a student last and Bowman mo to spending the day with Bowmans Hay Ray Bowman returned to Greeley and they and and Ralph Bowman mo tored over Fall River Pass and home over Berthoud and Snook and Spencer spent Sunday and Monday in Golden and Idaho Sunday they wero with and Jones at their home in Jones is pastor of the Methodist church and his wife formerly was a student at Teachers college and be remembered as Miss Louise On Labor and Snook and Turner motored to Idaho Echo and Summit which is 24 miles above Idaho Springs on returning thru the Denver They stopped at Troutdateinthe pines with Miss Emma who now teaches in Denver was form erly a teacher in Central school building Miss Doris Williams accompanied Snook as far as visiting thereover the week withher Miss Lena who is a in the purchasing department of the Colorado General and Jared Brush ot wgro in Greeley over Labpr day T8a Moodey Flgner is on her vaca tion from the Smith and Son Dry Goods and Louis Daab spent the week end at the Baab cottage in Glen Miss Ethel Robert Murray and Ben were in Estes Park over Labor day at the Peyton cabin with and Fred Mayor HoutcJiens has left on a several weeks motor trip to Harrold and Fort where he will visit with and Mllo Clark and baby left Sunday for where Clark will teach Industrial Arts in the Alamosa high and Elmer and Reeves spent Sunday and Monday at Grand Alice Welton of Denver is visiting with her brother and his and a James Neill of formerly of spent Saturday and Sun day In He returned to Boul der Sunday afternoon with and Maggie Chambers and Nora Wolz of Missouri are visiting their Poe of and their Myrtle Glaze whose summer home Is in Estes and John Massey have re turned to their home in after visiting Masseys and Massey was formerly Cleo and Jack of Greeley returned from a visit to Sadie Allison Brown at who has been is slowly Miss Ova daughter of and left Greeley Sunday evening for near which she will teach school this She attended Colorado State Teachers college last Miss Susannah who has been at Longs Peak Inn this re turned to her home in Greeley Mon day Miss Moss is a member of the Greeley high school teaching in the commercial depart and Smodloy and family ot were dinner guests Ruth Bliss Monday They Jiore on their way to Denver from Estes James Welser of stopped in Groeley Tuesday on her way home from where she has been for a few Weiser will remembered asi Miss Gillies Miss Florenco who has been in Groeley this summer with her par and Fred re turned to Miss Mason in the Phoenix Ariel Parks of SattleysFuneral home left Tuesday afternoon for his home in where Ive will bo with his parents for a Parks is leaving and plans to locate and E Couzens of arrived in Greeley Monday for 10 day visit with Couzens and Charles Ellen Rao who has been spending the summer in Greeley with her grandparents will return to Texas with her Miss Martha Smith has returned to Greeley after two weeks spent with relatives nt and Miss Smith was with her sister and her and Broadhead at and they and Miss Smith made a trip thru the and Nash and their family of and Ralph Miller of drove to near Snyder Monday to visit Hugh who is teaching Ralph Miller was a week end visitor at the Nash On Tuesday Jane and Jay Helen and Ellen Specht drove to Denver and visited Paul Draper stopped in Gree ley Tuesday on her way Walseh where she will Join her husband who is working with a drug company who has been in Estes visited here with her husbands Nellie and Mason and their two children are home from a trip to the Yellowstone National They visited with sisters of Masons at Cody and motoring from the Yellowstone thru Jackson Hole to the latter Emily Miss Anna Florence and were guests at the home of Charles Reed of Good rich Monday Reed was formerly Miss Emma Putnam of WE DO ELECTRICAL WORK about radio whatever it that requires anything electrical also SPECIALIZING ON EXIDE BATTERIES You can get a battery for years Use our service and get a Wrist Ask for Exide Electrical Service 1015 EIGHTH AVENUE TELEPHONE 615 T W I S T TRANSFER MOVING AND STORAGE LONG DISTANCE HAULING TELEPHONE 32W White Ash Coal We have sold this coal in Greeley for the past 10 years to hundreds of satisfied A Trial order will convince you it your best WELLER LUMBER COMPANY GREELEY and GALETON Martin former Teachers col lege student and member of the col lege Mirror staff visited in Greeley Tuesday night and addressed the Hebrew Progressive club Weitz is a student at the University of Cincinnati and is also doing maga zine work successfully in addition to his university He has been visiting with relatives dur ing the vacation No Pole Vault at Sing Sing pole vault has been abolished in track athletics at Sing Youre Of the course the reason must have been that some one ol the states guests would be prompted to scale the walls of their Oregon Siwmilli in 1844 The first commercial sawmills were built In Oregon In 1844 nnd on Pugct sound In By 1880 there were more than 228 mills In Oregon BQJ8 tlip Aninrlrnn Troe Peru May Get Seat in League Assembly To Succeed Chile Anodsted Frets Latin American countries now participating the assembly of the league na tion here are confronted the defi nite problem as to which Latin Ameri can country they will support for a seat in the council of the league in succession to Chile whose term ex pires this Peru appeals to the largest number ot Latin American but Uru guay also would like to succeed Chile on the Unless Latin Ameri can nations go hefore the assembly in complete agreement concerning one candidate is Is feared Scandinavian countries will ropoen their old cam paign to reduce the number of Latin American seats on the council from three to This movement is based upon the contention that the gentlemens agree ment that three council places should always go to Latin America no longer is Justified because Argentine has not yet resumed cooperation with the league and because Brazil has re Bar Association Plans Revision of Radio Legislation Ansocxitcd Prcsa the American Bar association meets in Memphis October 23 it will have be fore it recommendations by Its stand ing committee on radio law for sweep Ing revision of present radio legisla The drawn by Louis Cald former general counsel for the radio commission William Dono former assistant attorney gen eral Fred Cassius Washington and Edward called for the repeal of the section the radio act dividing the country into The Davis by which the commission was directed to allo cate all broadcasting facilities equally as between zones and equitably in proportion to population in the states Phone 255 518 Eighth Avenue THE UNION DELIVERY fop LONG DISTANCE MOVING PACKING SHIPPING in the YarlouB also was attacked on the ground that It runs counter to wellestablished engineering prin Dlvlilon of Authority Charged The committee that an uncertainty and division authority in radio administration which should be terminated plac ing radio regulation permanently in the hands either of the radio commis sion or the department of It advocated repeal of the anti monopoly provision ot the act on the ground that It Is a thfeat to the for eigncommunication of the United States and may result In short wave channels being turned back Into the international grabbag open to tration by other The section borbiddtng tlie merger of wire and radio communication com the report rests upon a misconception as to the nature of radio reception and its relation to wire The committee further recommend ed repeal of the section requiring a consruction permit before a radio sta tion can be consructed and mitiga tion of provisions regarding ts issu ance of licenses to corporations hav ing alien pratlcularly with respect to Hale Predicts Ultimate Building of 15 Ships w Associated Fvcas con struction by the United States of the entire 15 cruisers authorized by con gress In the last naval program was predicted by Chairman of the Senate naval after a ference with President Hqover today at the White Senator Hale ho had talked to the president regarding the naval question and believed the IB cruisers would have to be no mat ter what agreement on the naval ques tion was reached between the United States and Great Sure Relief V MAKES You FEEL BETTER FOR INDIGESTION and CHIROPODIST COSMAN 217 Park Place Phone 679 R GORDON MOSS ADIOSEEVICE and 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