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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1930, Greeley, Colorado                                JULY 28 193O THE TRIBUNEKEPUBLICANj COLORADO SOCIAL NEWS rian Society Editor Phone 8 Hours to afternoon except Friday ucy and Frances Ewlng at Luncheon the prettiest parties of the uer was presided over Sat urnoon by tho Misses Lucy Ces who entertained in compliment Miss Helen t the Ewing homo from Chl 1SS Dahle and her a sister of i will be house guests II when they will re ieir appointments of which paie green and was small tables in the lovely the Ewing 1309 Ninth irldge following for the after Helen Dahle received while high score went to ivereuce McArthur and sec to Wadolin Wasson of Den ber of the guests from outof Kappa Kappa Gamma so ers of the Misses Included tho guest of honor Eleii and Elizabeth Lehan of Ala siting here for the summer Chalmers tewing Mark Houston o IsitlnK Katherine Jack Mrs al Charline Johnson Dixie Jane Virginia torotby Madolin Was ene Kathleen Evallne Ruthanna Lu Helen Sue and Barbara all of Hamm of Peggy Marie Powers of Juel and Elliot Ray of icrs Miss Dahle es Lucy and Frances Ewing to Boulder Wednesday to bo guests of Miss Peggy ch they will go to Estes Park for an overnight leeler Entertains t Swimming Party larles Wheeler enter her Sarah Wheel afternoon at a picnic sup veJ by a swimming at the Wheeler ith at 4 play es until a picnic supper was Following the sup iimmlng party was enjoyed at ey Amusement of Wheeler were Jean LiKill Marjorie Maxine Betty Lucy Byrd Louise Nancy Packard and Jane Miller irace Wallace red Miller entertained at Eighth Sunday with an informal waffle t In honor of Grace iunday Kansas a two weeks Miss was a bridesmaid at tlie fo lding of of sweet peas was with a color pink and carried thru were laid for Laurel and the Misses Frances Mildred Ruth Sea the honor guest anJ the Alberta Wallace and two of whom are at State Teachers college drove to Denver Sunday attending Elitchs while Barber Family Reunion Held at Island Grove Park Sunday A family which also was in celebration of three was held at Island Grove Park Sunday The birthday dinner was in honor of the eightieth birthday of Emily Mefrell of who Is visiting and of the birthdays of Emily Thompson and Miss Janet occurring on July 25 and Thompson and Miss Barber are daughters and Barber and make their homo in Those present were and Emma and Carl Barber and family of and Earl Barber and family of and John Barber of and the honor and John Barber left Mon day morning to return to their While here for two they visited relatives and also made trips to Denver and the Barber is a nephew of Barber and Barber of Barber taught John Barber in school years Emily who came to Greeley to visit In will remain here for some time She Is a sister of and Carney Hostess at Informal Tea Saturday An informal charming in all its was given Saturday afternoon by Carney at her 1833 Eleventh in compliment to her house guest and George Forty Including several visitors from out of called during the after A profusion of garden flowers were used thruout the Kellerman and her have been house guests of Carney during tho and are leaving the first week of August to return to their home In En route to they will stop in where they will be guests of a sister of Carney and Joe Former Greeleyltes To Have Reunion at Long Beach Aug 10 Fourth annual of former Greeleyites in Southern California will take place at Blxby Long Not only Californlans who formerly lived but all visiting Weld county people who may be in California at the are cordially invited to attend this which is looked forward to each year by the Greeley colony with pleasant Most of the picnickers bring basket lunch and stay all Coffee is provided by the and badges are sold at ten cents each to provide expense About 300 persons atteud the Greeley picnic each Names ef those registering this year will be sent to the Tribune for Harvey Wilson and Wolfe are the committee on ar Chicken Dinner Tuesday at First Christian Church There will be a fried chicken served at the First Christian church Tuesday beginning at C15 Group One of the Womans Council will be in Tho for which there will be a slight will be open to and Ewing and their house Frederick Stein of enjoyed a mountain trip to Estes Park who is a sister of will re main here until Friday with daughter Miss Helen who Is also a guest at the Ewing On their return trip they will stop for a brief visit In with Steins Rittenhouse Appearance1 Here Is Postponed Week GORDON MOSS 627 8th Phone 771J Change in the announced program of book reviews and lecturers for this week Includes the postponement of the appearance here of Jessie Eltten American who is to visit Greeley next Three book not including Fred erick Monday will be George Earlo Raiguel Is on the program tor book review Tuesday and speaks each eve ning at 7 Program of the beginning follows 4 oclock Raiguel re views Ludwlgs July 7 oclock Raiguel lec tures on Social and Economic Pro gress in tho United oclock George Barker roviews Bernard Fayes Ben jamin 7 oclock Raiguel lectures on Politics In New 4 oclock Dick erson reviews Rupert Hughes Time of volume 7 oclock Raiguel lec tures on Oriental Problems 7 oclock Raiguel lec tures on Some Causes of Unrest In the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES UnpRUTH was the subject of 1 the LessonSermon in all Churches of on July The Golden Text was I will praise O amons the and I wll sing praises unto thee among the For thy mercy is great above the heavens and thy truth reacheth unto the clouds Among the citations which com prised the LessonSermon was the following from the Bible Blessed are the pure in for they shall see God The LessonSermon also In cluded the following passage from the Christian Science Science and Health with Key to the by Mary Baker Eddy We should strive to reach the Horeb height where God is re vealed and tho cornerstone of all spiritual building Is purity PAGE THREtf PHYSICAL THERAPY 217 Park Place Phone 675 Picnic Here Sunday Gllcrest ParentTeacher association will hold Its third annual summer pio at tho City pavk at No Sunday school service will be held in the community church at Gllcrest as members expect to at tend Sunday school nt Picnic dinner will be served at 12 oclock after which a business moat ing will be president of the will an nounce the committees for the coming Committee meeting will bo held Wednesday July at the home of Rlggs when final arrangements tor the picnic will be Elmer past prosl dent of the Gllcrest now of will Provision has been made for horseshoe games and other amusements after tho annual Gllcrest and Lyons baseball clubs will play at 3 Committees for the day are as fol lows Glen Brannaman transporta Handle Thompson Red Gregory Branna man i Branna Moss man General Mesdames De Ed Bromley Gives Up His TacomaTokyo Flight Associated Frew July Bromleys abandonment of his pro jected flight from Tacoma to Tokyo left Robert Seattle the only contender In that field Bromleys plane City of Tacoma was being dismantled in Seattle and the filer was rushing preparations to sail with for Tokyo this morning on the liner President Kelly said the TacomatoTokyo at tempt had been given up because Bromley had been unable to find a Place near Nome or in the Aleutian islands where he could take off with enough gasoline to carry him to the Japanese The legal adviser stated the able to make 100 to Phone 235W Acute and Chronic Diseases RUNNELLS CHIROPRACTOR XRay and Neuroealqcnetep Service Over Clothing Store TORRID ZONE FURNACES COUZENS DAY Eleventh Street Phone 345 DOWNING SPECIALIST ARTIFICIAL TEETH Are your plates made right If you are I will make a set for you on TEN DAYS No charge unless you keep Costs nothing to if your plates can Be made better or Call 206 Greeley Phone 1066W as CL FORMULA alL its OWN Our laundry way is so safe be cause each varying each has been studied and its correct Washing formula worked out by And this same care extends through every part of our Let us demonstrate how well we can serve 718 7th 133 105 miles nu fly from Japan to Taooma by taking advantage ot prevailing favprubls Ralph Glaze Gets Decree in Denver Court July Emigh Glazo yesterday was granted a pre liminary divorce from Ralph former Dartmouth football star and AllAmerica in district Glazo charged cruelty and nonsup The couple were married at Juno Glaze was granted restoration of her maiden She lives at 262 Emerson street and is employed as a Glaze is said to have loft the His wife testified she did not know whore he Lady Mary Heath Has Nervous Breakdown ABioclatcd Frees July Mary famous British who Is distinguished particularly for her flight from London to Capo is incompetent and Is in a hospital at near receiving treat ment for nervous accord Ing to a petition for a guardian on file hero Her condition Is believed to have been caused by a severe skull injury veqeived here last September when an airplane she was testing for the Great Lakea Aircraft corporation fell thru n For several days she was at the point ot death and her recovery was She recovered to deliver numerous addresses in this returned to Cleveland last May after obtaining a divorce de cree at from Sir James Mexican Government in Move To Assist Business PrMBl Mexico July govern ment today took a drastic step to re lieve the business crisis brought on by the drop in tho prico of authorizing mining companies to re duce lay off employes or cut the number working Heretofore no such measures could be taken without first getting tho consent of the board ot This meant much delay and tho re quest was seldom Luis secretary of commerce and said tho action FRESH as a loaf of bread from the oven THATS In the original vacuum pack ORDINARY airtight cans will not keep coffee Thats why Hills Coffee is packed in vacuum cans as fast as it comes from the which destroys the flavor of is completely re moved from the can by this was as otherwise the coun try was threatened with the shutdown of many Now the companies can reduce production until tho crisis is Tho companies are in that they must give laid oft 15 days extra pay and 30 days Windsor Paper Comments on GreeleyCollins Road Commenting on the renewed agita tion for early construction ot the pro posed Gun Barrel road from Gree ley to Fort Collins and the attitude of the Greeley chamber of commerce the Windsor Poudre Valley states In the meantime the sec ond largest town tho is on a side and the tourists going to v Yellowstone National Park by way of Cameron Pass continue to miss the richest irrigated valley in WATER TAX NOTICE Water Tax for tho last half of 1930 was due July If not paid by August the water is subject to shutoff without further CITY WATER A Permanent Wave is a pleasant guarantee for a comfortable va Marcelling and Finger Waving Thompson Beauty Shop CAMFIELD PHONE 568 Add to Your Natural Beauty with one of BETTYS PERMANENTS AT Others and Hair Cutting by your 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