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FORUM, Wednesday. August 16, 1972, Page 2 Team Captains Contact your team members NOW in preparation for the 72- 73 bowling season before they are committed to some one elses e E SUR E to contact at 864-7305 and reserve your team's spot NOW ! ! ! "THIS IS THE YEA R of the 300" r ~- __ r r ...... Naturita News By: Sherry Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Roberts and children left for their home in Sunland, California, on Monday, August 7, after visiting in the Jim Jacobsen home for four days. Bob Re~'ord, also a guest in tile Jacobsen home, left for his home in Sacramento, Cal- ifornia, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton and her brother Wesley, all of Sun Valley, California, are stay- in Naturita for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Glen (;atdner are enjoying a visit from their twin daughters, Mrs. Ken Lor- enz and Mrs. Ilarold Stnith, and their children from Colo- Published every WEDNESDAY by: Forum Newspapers, Inc Business offices: B,w 8 Nucla, Colo. 81424 Phone 864-7425 Second Ciee= Poetess Paid st Nucla, Colorado 81424 sad additional offi~e s. Subscription price $4.50 a year rado Springs. Randy Bailey, formerly of Nucla, is also a guest in the Gardner home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stew- ard and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn were in Cor- tez Thursday, August 3rd, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Steward's mother, Mrs. Emma Bresee. Mr. Jim Good made a trip to Silt, Colorado, last week to meet his daughter Becky, who attends school in Den- ver. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Holhxnd, of Cuba, New Mexico, are guests in the Good home this week. Frank and Joyce Barnett and daughters were visiting in the home of her grandmoth- er Mrs. Mildred Gardner last week. Birt hday Bridge was hosted by Nedra Clift on Thursday evening. Guests were Nancy Walker, Louise DeWeese and Phyllis lohnson. Prizes went to Velda Keenan, h!gh; Diane Storey, average and Louise I)eWeese, low. Janeile Car- ver received the birthdaygift. A lien Pittser Allen J, Pittser, a music teacher in the RE-2 school district, died Saturday in San Diego of an apparent heart attack, fte was 47. Mr. Pittser was born Jan. 4, 1925, at Delta where he spent his childhood and attended schools. After serving in the Navy during World War II, he returned to Colorado and earned his master's degree in music at Western State Col- lege in Gunnison. lie taught music in Fruits, Nucla, Delta and Mont rose before moving to Texas to teach at the high school and junior college levels. |le married Ouida M, Dia- mond March 10, 1956, at Clovis, N.M., and the Pitt- sers moved to the New Castle area in 1962. Mrs. Pittser Survives. In additlonto his wife, sur- vivors include a daughter-in- law, Mrs. Martha Pittser, of Carbondale; a step-daughter, Mrs. Robert ttadal, of llous- ton; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Allen Pittser, of Silt; a brother and one grandchild. to appear Norwood Town Board mem- ber George Wyatt is sched- uled to appear on the "Little ~3it of Everything" show on KREY-'FV at 4:45 p.m. Thurs- day, August 17th. Wyatt will he discussing Norwood's application for water s upply improvement funds with R.(L and 13. mem- bers. Former A Yea Resident Hurt Virgi I Shepardson, of Whi te- water, was injured August 6 when a tree fell across his camper while he was parked on the highway between l!ra- van and ({ateway. Mr. Shep- ardson is presently at St. Mary's ltospital in (irand Junction and reported to be in satisfactory condition. Mrs. Otho Ayers stated that Mr. Shepardson had been fishing at Miramonte Reser- voir. tie left the reservoir at approximately 4 p.m. and stopped to camp about 6 p.m. A passer-by noticed the tree lying across She pardson's camper and went for help. The tree was jacked up and Mr. Shepardson was taken in for treatment, Mr. Shepards on's camper was demolished but there was little damage done to his pickup. Mr. Shepardson is a former resident of La SaI ("reek near Paradox. Senior Citizens Enjoy Outing The Senior Citizens had an especially interesting tour August 8 on a "Show Me" trip up in the high country. They were accompanied by Jerry llodges, Forestry Tech- nician, who answered ques- tions and called attention to various interesting things on the trip and explained them. ]'our " stops were made at Gourley Reservoir, Goat Creek and a lunch break at Mira- monte. At the last stop, Mr. Hedg- es related in detail the im- mense plans for the Telluride Sli development. Ford Pinto--America's little care-. free car. Pinto-priced all yearl Now clearance-pricedl Rack-and-pinion steering, engine with American ex- pressway power. Ford Maverick -- reliable Simple Machine. Simple to drive and ser- vice, Simple to own at your Ford Team's mu=t.move-'em-out pricesl The last and best sale of the year on the great 72 Fordsl Enter a buyer and drive out a winnerl Ford Torlno--best seller in Its clmu. Most popular mid-size of '72. Strong. Smooth. Beautiful. Quiet because it's a Ford. And clearance- priced to mover Special Ford Gelaxle 500 -- vinyl roof, power front disc brakes, free. When you order option package that includes air conditioning, accent stripes, morel Ford Mustang-beautiful driving ex- perience. The sporty-minded one with beautiful roadholding, control and balance. A beautiful savings experience, tool Yes, even Thunderbird Is lellranee- priced. No. 1 selling luxury car. 429- cu. In. 4V V-8, Cruise-O-Malic, ~ower front disc brakes, power and more standard. P. O. IOX 218 NATURITA, COLORADO DR. WESLEY COOPER annouaces that he has ests tsl d przc- tics In ,the bbcla Dental Offices, and Is aye/fable fox' aRpobsrmeass on Thurmiays from $:80 to 3:S0. Csll 116 7 1611 or S64- T975 for q )otntmemm. *PROPANE * Gasoline * Grease * Oil * D iesel P.O. Box 331 Ph. 865-2284 Naturlta, Colo. Ph. 327-4459 Norwood, Colo.