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Little Theatre Play Opens Thursday Night l/Uoman J / a q ^ Joitphira Milltr, Editor * . (/ Stork Express Bow to Mr.v and Mrs. Melvin E. Scheller'-of 1224% 13th Ave., a daughter Tuesday, June 24, at Weld County General hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Guadalupe Guzman of Windsor a daughter Tuesday, June 24, at Weld County General hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jasper L. Wolf of Eaton a son Tuesday, June 24, at Weld County General hospital. Licenses Available The hilarious comedy, The: Reluctant Debutante, by William Douglas Home, will be presented Thursday and Friday nights at the theater in Frasier hall at CSC by the Little Theatre of the Rock- ies company as the first play of the summer season of six productions. The nejft play, July 34, is The Desk Set, another comedy, by William Marchant. This photo shows a scene from a party at the home of the reluctant debutante just before the debutante ball; Linda Marshall, a young player from Wichita, Kan., has the title role in the open- ing play. Shown are, left to right: Gladys Hughes as the housekeeper; Marjorie Skagerberg as Clarissa, a young debutante;-Carlyle Simmons, as Jimmy Broadbent, father of The Reluctant Debutante; Kay Ashworth, as Mabel, Clarissa's mother; Michael Amber as David Hoylake-Johnston, a suitor of the reluctant debutante; Judith Willson as Sheila Broadbent, mother of the debutante; Robert Wasserman as David Bulloch, another of the debu-: tante's suitors; and Linda Marshall as Jane, the reluctant debutante. (CSC photo by Bob Waters). CSC Well Represented at Convention of BE A Besides a large number of alumni from other stales, Colorado State college was well represented by a delegation from Greeley at the annual meeting of the Mountain Plains.Business Education association in Rapid City, S. D., June 1921 at the Sheraton-Johnson hotel. Â· Mrs. Edna Mann, teacher at Gill for four years and now of the Wei- dona High school faculty, attended as one of the three delegates of the Colorado Business Education association. She was president of the eastern division of the CBEA in 1956. Dr. Roland Waterman, professor of business education at CSC, has been president this past year. He and his wife and Mrs. Wilma Rose Farrar, associate professor of business education at thp college, drove to the convention together. Mrs. Mann was a passenger in the car of Miss Viola Golson of Kimball, Neb., together with Max R. Carrington of Jackson, Tenn., who started work on his doctorate at the college this summer; Miss Verda Bostrom, who teaches business education at Gilcrest High school and lives in Greeley; and' Mrs. Lorena Wertz, teacher at Eaton who also lives here. Another carload going from Greeley contained four summer school students, who attended the pre- session. Several, other" students went with CBEA members from Denver. All the Greeley delegation attended the Colorado breakfast Friday morning. Friday aftmoon Â« trip to Mount Rushmore wa* provided for the .delegates Â· in three chartered buses. They had a buf- Hallmark GIFT WRAPS, RIBBON and CARDS 820 Tenth St. Wo steak dinner at the State Game lodge and saw a performance of The Reluctant Debutante at the Black Hills theater. Two-hundred members from nine states attended the meeting of the association which is a division of the National B"A. Outstanding speakers at the meetings in the Rapid City auditorium included: Dr. Hamden Forkner, chairman of the department of business education at Columbia University; Dr. Ted Woodward of John Peabody college .at Nashville, Tenn.; John Fendery of -the 'Southwestern Publishing company who lectures at the college Thursday afternoon; R. F. Patterson, dean of business at the Slate University of South Dakola; Earl Nicks, formerly of Greeley and graduate of CSC, now manager of the education division of the Underwood company to New York City; and Russell J. Hosier of University of Wisconsin. Among social events was the luncheon Friday of Delta Pi Epsilon, honorary for business majors in graduate schools. The chapter on the Greeley campus has around 150 members and many were present for the event. Business Corner Return from Convention Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Blaser, 37 Alles Acres, returned Wednesday from the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, where they attended the Central Life Assurance com pany's 1958 Leaders club national convention. Good Deed Goes Bad SAN - FRANCISCO (AP) - A good deed went bad early Sunday for Mrs. Stephanie Shaw, 23, when she wai left dazed in her car after a collision. A carload of good Samaritans stopped to help the daz^d woman from her car. When she revived she found they also had helped themselves to her purse, wedding ring nd watch. _ Hail has forced some U.S. towns to get their snow plows out in the middle of spring and summer to clear their streets. Shower Is Given for Leta Ehiiich LA SALLE--Miss Leta Ehrlich, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Ehrlich, was honored at a miscellaneous jridal shower at the Lion's club- louse Monday evening. Miss Ehrich and Wilbur Lightsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Lighlsey, will be married July 2. Gifl lable wa.s centered wilh a link and green umbrella and a sprinkler can carrying oul the uridal colors. Refreshment lable was centered wilh a bowl of pink roses and baby's breafh, flanked pink candles. Program, for the evening consisted of a piano duel by Diane and Mary Norman and two vocal duet numbers by Mrs. Howard Boyer and Mrs. James Barton, accompanied by Mrs. Dick Reeves. Mrs. Opal McNeil then presented the many gifts to the honor guesl, who was assisted to opening Ihem by her molher, her fiance's molher, Miss Marsha Dennis and Linda and Rila Hergert, Nancy Lord, and nieces of the bride-to-be. During the passing of-Ihe gifts and also during refreshment time, Diane Norman played musical numbers Hostesses served punch, cookies and nuts and pink and green mints The hostesses were Mmes. Robert Ewing, Robert Sandau, Herb Nuss baum, Alta Tanberg, Frank Pless Doyle Jenkins, Hazel McKenney Edward Tanberg, Le Johnson, Guj Rowan, 0. C. McWilliams, Dale Norris, Edward Kelly, Patty Kramer, Floyd Rupple, Gus Miller, Nettie Fitzgerald, James Barton, W S. Fisher, Josephine Davis, Virginia Larson, John Hemple, Opal McNeil and Miss Margie Jenkins. Marriage Licenses Kennelh Leroy Williams of Johnslown and Janice Lou Wake.- man of Milliken. William LaWayne Waller of Evans and Nancy Jane Cogburn of Gilcrest. Albert Don Johnson and Dixie Rae McKee, bolh of Elk Mourilain Wyo. Always cut roses wilh a sharp knife or sharp garden scissors to avoid injuring the bush. BILLINGS, Mont. Â«!--There are lot of people who might have rouble proving they are married. Clerk of Court Andrew Palp has ietween 10,000 and 20,000 original marriage certificates thai have lever been lurned over to the own- irs. Some are as old as 1887, be- ore Montana became a state. They un into the 1930s. Palo explained 1 that years ago he Clerk of the District Court tept Ihe original marriage certificates on file. Then, in fhe 1920s, a Montana attorney general ruled hat the original licenses be de- ivered to the owners. Slim Tivo-Piecer [PRINTED PATTERN' dress right / for the Rodeo! . . . . You'll enjoy our complete selection of WESTERN SHIRTS by LEVI'S and Panhandle Slim 3 95 1.10 95 Â· Opposite Camficltl Hold Â· Open Friday Nights Just right for half-sizers--this two-piece chemise dress has an easy fit through the midriff, a slim skirt that makes you look taller, leaner. Easy Printed Pattern No, alterations. Printed Pattern 4726: Half Sizes 14%, 16%,- 18%, 20%, -22% 24%. Size 16% takes 3% yards 35- inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 35 cents in coins for this pattern--add 5 cents for each pat ern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, (Greeley Tribune 363), Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Prin ilainly name, address, size and style number. Enlists in WAF Miss Donna L. Kler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ewald R. Her of Route 1, Kersey, has completed all her processing for enlistment in the air force and will be sworn in Monday to Denver. Miss Kler is the first WAF to enlist from this area in connec-' Jon with the Age of S p a c e Flight, a flight of women joining ;he air force from the Rocky Mountain/ region. After being sworn in, Miss Kler rill fly by commercial plane lo ackland AFB, Texas where she will take eight weeks of basic raining. She has been a member of the Â·H club, Pep club and the choir t Kersey High school where she 'as graduated last May. Miss Kler eceived an I Dare You book from Danforth Foundation, St. ouis, Mo., to recognition of quali- es of leadership. Her name has een entered on the I Dare You :onor roll. She is a member of Our Savior's American Lutheran church. Miss Kler was enlisted by the ocal air force recruiter, Master ergeant Jack C. Box. As of January 1, 1959, all poul- ry products shipped in inter-state ommerce must be federally in pectcd for wholesomeness. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS K. L. Eckhardts Live Here Kenneth Lee Kckhardt and his iride, the former Miss Lucille Ann Martinko, have returned from heir wedding trip and are at home n apartment, 9 at 1105 7th SI. Both are graduates of CSC and. have been teaching this past year. The bride is the daughter of the ate Mrs. Barbara Martinko of Denver and the groom is the son of the late Mrs. Lydia Eckhardt of Greeley. The wedding look place Saturday, June 14, at 2 o'clock at Christ .he King Catholic church of Denver. The Rev. Robert Hoffman of St. Peter's church of Greeley of- 'iciated at the double ring ceremony. Seventy-five guests were iresent. The bride was escorted .0 the altar by her brother, Joe Martinko, of Colorado Springs. Robert Starr, organisl, played On Thjs Day during Ihe ceremony, 'irginia Starr sang Ave Maria after the bride and groom presented flowers to the Blessed Virgin. Altar decorations featured white [ladiolus and yellow mums. The bride was attired in a em- jroidered white nylon organdy Â»own with square neckline and ong tapered sleeves. A back design of satin extended in streamers leading to the chapel length irain. The bride's fingertip veil was held by a pearl crown and she carried a white orchid with streamers on a white prayer book. Her pearl rosary was a gift of the groom. Mrs. Jacqueline Young of Denver, lifelime friend of the bride, was matron of honor. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Joan Mynatt of Denver, college friend of the bride. They wore gowhs of white eyelet over mint green, fashioned with" square necklines, full three- quarter length sleeves and full skirts. The waistlines were marked by green cummerbunds. The attendants' headbands and bouquets were of pink carnations. Kathlee Mock of Denver, niece of Ihe bride, was flower girl and Steven Brenton, 'her nephew, the ring bearer. Jerry McMillen of Green River, Wyo., a CSC graduate, served as best man. Ushers were James Tanner and Tilman Bishop, both of Greeley. The reception was held in the Waterfall lounge of Henritze's restaurant in Denver. Wednesday, June 25,1958 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 11 For going away, the bride changed to a suit of pink flower print. She wore black patent leather accessories. The Eckhardts spent a week at Glenwood Springs. The bride is a graduate of Florence High school and received her AB degree in business education from CSC in 1957. She is a member of Delta Zeta, social sorority. Last year, she taughl business education at Littleton High school. The' groom attended Greeley Public schools and was graduated from GHS in 1951. He received his AB degree from Coloradp Stale in 1955 and served two years in the army, with duty in Korea. On campus, he is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, social fraternity, and Blue Key, honorary' for men. Eckhardt is teaching in the 'Greeley Public schools. Last year, he divided his time between Arlington and Park-Washington as physical education instructor. Gift Buying Guides for Summer Brides EORT COLLINS -- When a woman says, "The shower season is in full swing," she's not talking about the weather. Most likely, she's referring to showers for summer brides. Because linens make practical, attractive gifts, Marvel Funk, Colorado State University home management specialist, has compiled some guides in buying linens to assure quality. Whether Ihe gift selected is bedroom, bathroom or kitchen linens, Miss Funk advises shoppers lo make sure Ihe articles are colorfast, pre-shrunk and have quality construction. For quality bed linens, look for ihreads that are evenly woven and the same thickness. Check sheeting for firm, compact selvage edges and hems that are straight with even stitching. To get lop quality toweling, feel and pull the different sections to make sure that all stretch equally. Uneven tension in the weaving process can cause towel parts lo pucker or become distorted after laundering. Choose towels, with close, large, loosely-twisted and thickly-packed loops for absorbency and best service, Miss Funk advises. THE BUG-BUTCHER B O M B KIU-S FLIES. Balcom Industries, Greeley, Colo.--Adv. Fromm* Vacation In California Mr. and Mrs. David Fromm and three children are home from a 10-day Vacation trip to California. Accompanying Ihem w a s her brother, Robert Koch, of 2625 llth Ave. They visited at San Leandro with Mr. and Mrs. Morris R. Close and young daughter, Kathy, 5. Mrs. Close is a sister of Mrs. Fromm and Koch. She is the former Doris Koch, graduate of Greeley schools and student at the Colorado State college for two years. She was employed for three years in the business office of the college. Her husband works for the Easl Bay Rambler agency al San Leandro. He also was reared in Greeley. During Iheir vacalion, the Gree- leyiles saw most of Ihe sighls in the San Francisco bay area. The Fromm children are: Linda, 10; Davy, 3%; and April, 14 months. Mrs. Fromm and her brother were on vacation from their work. They are employed by their father, Henry Koch, in his business, the Quality Roofing company. She is the bookkeeper and Robert does installations. Fromm, who has been principal at Arlinglon school, will be principal of the new Jackson school this coming year. A month before they left on their trip, the Fromms moved into a new, three bedroom home' at 2660 13th Ave. It is a Wheeler Colo- radoan. They formerly lived at 1716 13th Ave. '. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS A HEARING AID that brings you Hearing at lt Beit '65Â°Â° Enjoy life I Enjoy the confidence and self assurance that better hearing brings. Test the brilliant Zenith Quality 50-X Hearing Aid! 10-Day Money-Back Guarantee! Come ia...or phone for home demonstration. CAMPUS PHARMACY ' 931 16th St. Sub dealer for Empire hearing alc!Â« WE HANDLE BATTERIES AND ACCESSOR!!* ' TOR MOST HEARIN9 AIDS there'll be a modern Gas Air Conditioner giving ytor-roonrf horn* comfort--'Wonderful summer eodrng, at wall fll in the new ALL-GAS HOME (Equipped with all the latest money-saving gas appliance*) 1417 23rd Avenue Court See fnts exciting horns during me GRAND OPENING V/alch for Ihe annovncement En mid-July! J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, GREELEY, COLORADO Front row, left to right: Ken Bell, Hazel Crockett, Lcla Polk, Doris Hubbard, Mayre Knsohnrn, Bcrnadine Suler, Theresa Guerrero, Faye Capper, Betty Pnrton, Mary Ixni Bcjarano, Elsie Gormley, Betty ShlnoRlc, Harry Brug. Second row: Dorothy Buck, Dorothy Vanncsl, Marie Kolchcr, Rachel Stephens, Louise YarRcr, Arland Schulkump, Marie Southard, Florence Swopc, Janet Monroe, Helen McCunc, Virginia Hein, Helen Crossaint, Naomi Anderson, Frances AchziRcr. G O W E S T M E R N " Third row: Dennis Dakan. Wally Bcrrctt, Bob Plant, George Dean, John Shenk, Jerry Warren, Claude Dale, Jim Flynn, Bill Harrison, Herman Baird, Duane Radcliffc. The above pictured group is all steamed up over Grccley's annual "Go West With Grcclcy" celebration which starts Thursday and continues through the 4th of July when one of the Wild West's oldest and bist rodeos is staged. The associates of Pcnney's hope you have a very happy Fourth and that you will make Pcnney's your shopping headquarters when you are in downtown Greeley. W I T H G R E E L E Y !