Mildred and Charles wedding

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the had to alt day weighing off in a was it which the in a made It he- today of goods with the for fair up so as they .19 YEARS AGO From the Files of the Greelcy Republican August 6j 1913 Entries for tho big three-day race meet, to bo held nt Island Grove park track Ang IS, 19 nnd 20, have closed--an even 100 horses having been nominated to Secretary IX Lupr for thn various events scheduled for the throe days racing. Tlila simple statement adequately evidences the magnitude of tbe a f f a i r , and. I n c affords soino idea of the estcnaiveness of the ndvertiu- Ing which lias been given It--and therefore, Greeley-by tbe association of horsemen having it in charge. Under the auspices of tho Greeley Checker club, J. M. Hanson of San Francisco, recognized a» one of tho eight best checker players In tho United States, will on all comets at this pastime Saturday night at S o'clock- lik tho Y.M.C.A. rooms. Hanson was on tbe losing train of four that lost tho charnplortshlp of tbe United Stales recently. In the first game he outpointed his opponent. David Rauor anrt Charles Head of this city, who aro representing Greeley in the northern Colorado tennis tournament being held in Boulder, defeated Robinson ond Earp In tbe doublet* yesterday afternoon, 14-12, G-3, 6-2. This wag tho first contest of thf Beml-flnals. Hy eliminating Robinson and Earp thft two Greeley players have cinched tho championship. In the sluglon Hauer lost to Buck of hovcland, 6-4, 11-9. The tournament Kill close tomorrow. Rerlln,--Tho greatest campaign In history Is rapidly drawing to a close. The Iliissluna from the Baltic-to t!M- j icia are retreating, threatened with destruction. The A u n t r l a n s yesterday captured Ivangorod. The of Rig* la but a matter of hours. The evacuation of Warsaw is in full swing. There nre at least 100,000 Russians in the angle whose aiies rested on Nova tJcorgiewsk, aro tbreatened with capture. . At the first half holiday of the grocery clerks yesterday afternoon, th'o clerks and Methodist Rruthf;rhood played a game of ball at Island Grove park that was Interesting mainly from tho uncertainty of the a m n of endurance possessed by the Brotherhood and tho question of liow nanny scores they could make before becoming exhausted from circling the Imses. When the gamn wan finally called In the sixth Inning, the scorekeepcr had tallied up 25 runs tor the Brotherhood and 2 for clerks. In honor of Mrs. H. M. Blckllng of Pleasant Valley and of her husband, A. I), Noxon, whoso birthdays on tho game day, Mrs. Noxon entertained with a dinner party last evening at tho Noxon home, 1128 Fourth Those around the table were Mr. and Mrs, H. M. Blck- llng, W. H. Senior nnd Mr, and Mrs. Noxon. Not until last night when the announcement was made, did friends of Miss Mildred Workman of 1407 Kieventh avenue, learn that flhe had been married to Charles Ftoberts of Larkspur. Colo., In Cheyenne, July 20, Mrs. Roberta taught school In Larkspur laat winter and met bnr husband then. Mrs. Roberts was graduated from tho Slato Teachers College several.years ago and in a member of Sigma Sigma Klgma sorority. .Mr«. W. ii, Kelly was the hostess of the LaMana yesterday afternoon at her home, 1225 Fourteenth avenue. Tho aftornon \ras spent with fancy work. Mrs. Otis H u f f f u n l t h was a guest. .Those of the members wero Mosdamea Elmer tloycr, Harry Welbklng, Hugh SVheelcr and Walter Bliss. fc ter and sister, Meg, Aa best aa row. as Lyon Oft" constituted tho a 30 was ran

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  1. Greeley Daily Tribune,
  2. 06 Aug 1934, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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