Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 18, 1961 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, October 18, 1961
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·-"Shower Honors ·Recent Bride . Mrs, Rodney Cm-wood was honored with a miscellaneous wcd- ... ding shower last week at Imraau- . . uel Lutheran Chinch by 15 women ;of the church. There were 65 guests present. · ··- Decorations were a centerpiece of fall flowers on the serving table- and an umbrella with streamers on the gift table. Mr. and Mrs. Garwood, who \voro married in a recent cerc- · - mony at Immanuel Lutheran ' Church, left Monday for Fort -.liiley, Kan., where he will serve . . with the National Guard. Mrs. GarwooJ, , (he fonnei · · Judy Madison, is Hie daughter ol '··'Mr. and Mrs. Austin Madison ol ····northwest of Gill. She is a grad · note of Gill High School and at 'tended Colorado Stale College. Garwood is the son of Mrs Helen Garwood of Cross Hall. He 1 -1s a graduate of the high schoo ; - at Ked Cloud, Neb., and also at '. tended CSC. ' The Hev. Harold Sandburg of '. ficiated at the double ring cere- ! niony. | Miss Dorothy Foss was organist ' and vocalists were Miss Loretta I Carlson and \Vayne Jackson. ; Mrs. Marvin Troudl was matron ; of honor. ; Charles Grey was best man. ; After the ceremony, a reception . was held in the church basement ! with 70 guests attending. Out-of' stale guests were Mr. and Mrs. · Michael Thompson of Riishmorc, Minn., uncle and aunt of the bride, : and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Madison : and Andy of Salt Lake Cily Utah, ; brother and sister-in-law of the I bride. Curtain Down NEW YORK (API--Roger L. Stevens, a Broadway producei with multiple business interests ·i giving up one of them. Eight ycnis as chief fund raiser for the Democratic National Com mittee i r cnoupji, he feels. "I wn never going back 'o rais Ing foney foi politics," Stevens says. "You can only do it for a certain time, a f t e r whuh time people rcfusce to lake / ' H tcl phone calls." ·_· The currenl Stevens agenda in eludes management participation in a dozen shows. tare-Shoulder : ashions Set : or Springtime By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON introduced bikini balliing .inils |\Vcd., Oct. IS, for men. Otherwise sure (o n l - l Irai'l allenliun from the 1 .cgioiii cnn nations -- few ol us realize nf Decency, Iliose arc luuvkiy, how m;iny t |, erc arc _ allc | covered with surf enijtli boxers, . , . . . y ^.covering skin diver Muls «TM"TM Mch **«* urwm] t t l r reminiscent of Ilic Gay Nineties. 1961 G H E E L E Y T K W U N K Page IT to Books THE NEW LEADERS OF AF. NEW YOltK ( A l ' l -- Cavemen R I C A , liy Jlolf [Ijiliaaiulc-r. P i e n - larled the style of leaving imojliri' Hull. boulder bare. Jcicriuelinc Ken-' The author is a Dutch explorer, iCdy okayed it bv'-inclmliiig a nnc-.iiiilhor and lecturer who IKIS been hoiilder dinner gown in her sl;ite wnnderinf! tlirouyli Africa for vardrobe.:' ' ' n e a r l y three decades. He has the · Designer R u d i Gcrnreich made' common disadvantage nf being a gcxxMhing of i(-'lnst year wilhl white European, but the advantage! s 'Tarem-like- bathing suils for.of hcing able to gel closer to Ihe 1 vonu-n. Now he has designed a n l natives tlian an Englishman wardrobe for one-armed Frenchman or Belgian could gel, lending personalities of Ike nation. IJul ho also probes into t h e racial, religions, and economic factors which have brought these [MM'sonalitics to the fore. Miles A. Smith Cuba Is 1l r milts long. Here We Come RICHMOND, Va. ( A P ) - It f» California Here We Come for lh« Leon Giliis family of I'rovidenc* Forge, Va. his wife and six children left Oct. 1 for Call furnia in a covered wagon. Jl« estimated the journey would take six to eight months. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS For ady paporliansers ami others ·ho like one cold shoulder. for they are tainted with a strong- Suits, d a y t i m e drosses, cocktail mind ·esses--with one sleeve cut short · off cntirelv and the o'.her er im[crialisn] in Itio A f r i c a n Many of the iMMSoiialitios in this book arc men whom the ·caching the wrist -- were i n t r o - j a u t h o r Iws known for some time, luccd Monday to buyers here for Others he has interviewed and observed at close rnnge. Siticc this is n look aboul in- That's Politics ATLANTA AP)--The Georgi legislature in January will lake u a bill to let the atlorney genera appoint his 23 assistants. The governor appoints then now, under an old low lellin the executive name all but on of the assistants paid out of th attorney general's appropriation. The theory behind the system oldtimcrs say, was that govcnioi didn't want to take a chance o Ihe atlorney general building up backing for a governor's race. he spring fashion m a r k e t . Negro, Oriental Models Because around (he world was }ic California designer's' Ilicmc, Oriental and Negro models joined (he garment district regulars to pace tile runway in gold I'uilcy print denim jacket suits; sun- dresses in such shocking color combinations as pink and brass; and flame rot!, skintight knit sailor suits designed to make Uncle Sam's boatuoys blush the same hue. Nevertheless, got plenty of Gernreich inspiration also from around the house. He borrowed icd and blue checked lablc cloths for crisply tailored suils, sheath diviitnals, Ihe striking thing is that the individuals vary so greal- ly in their capacities, viewpoints, and methods. Italiaander reminds us t h a t Africans have certain things in common -- "a huge inferiority complex," "thai little learning which is a dangerous thing," and (he fad tlial they have "emerged only recently from the jungle." But he also mnkes the point that "the ways of life of the new African nations are as different as the many races and religions in lhat huge continent. The peoples of Africa have only one common dresses, and lounge pants. Possi-.lxnul: they have all been born from bed-spreads came his inspiration for trapeze dresses decked with Iwo und llnee-fool tiers of polka-dot r u f f l e s . For the first time Gernreich under Ihe African sun." With lhat in mind, it should be noted that this is more t h a n a col lection of biographies. The ml thor covers each of the new Afri- Clutumn -3 DAYS ONLY- THURS.-FRI.-SAT. 10^0 OFF ON ALL FALL COTTONS COORDINATES-M1X-AND-MATCH All Sales Cash and Final The (^oeu for Smart Casuals 907 16th St. EL 3-4523 'DONALDS J. H, M ' D O N A I D CO. Wards Murphy Norvi Hinds Pam McMillan HOMECOMING QUEEN of Greeley High School and her two attendants will b« chosen from the nine girls abov«. This year three seniors are candidates for queen; three juniors, candidates for junior attendant; and three sophomores, candidates for attendant for their class. The candidates and their parents are: seniors, Jo Ann McKay, Mr. and Mrs. Hegis McKay of northwest of Grccley, Gini Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Douglas of 2416 23rd Ave., and Jane Lindahl, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lindahi of 1920 11th Ave.; juniors. Margie Estrick. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Estrick of 28 Alles D|-., Kathy Porter, Mr. and Mrs. John Forior of 2414 16th Ave.. and Sharon.Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Downing of 2413 Sunset Lane: sophomores, Mama Mur- phy, Mr. and Mrs. C. Howard Mui-phy of 29 Alles Dr., Norva Hinds, Mr. und Mrs. Norval Hinds o( 1910 2!st Ave. Cl., and Pam McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McMillan of 2133 Glettfair Rd. The queen and her attendants will be announced at halftime of the game Friday night with the Aurora Trojans when alumni of the school will be honored. Preceding the game the student body will linvc- a "Peppy People's Picnic" at 5:30 o'clock in Hie school cafeteria and on the lawn. From there they will snake dance to the field. Sandra Terry and Gini Douglas are chairmen of the Ital Homecoming Celebration which will conclude with a d.inre Saturday night in (he school gym from 9 o'clock 'intil midnight. SOFT SUPPLE VINYL THE LUXURIOUS JACKET WITH THE LOOK AND FEEL OF LEATHER MODERN EYEWEAR Women Will Be Curvaceous in Spring fashion By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion-Writer '-."'' NEW YORK (AP)--Women will be alluringly curvaceous and appealingly feminine in their fashion YOUR EYES ARE YOUR OUTLOOK O N L I F E . . . Have Them Examined Now! See our selection of new imported frames f o r style and beauty. GREELEY OPTICAL 912'/ 2 Sth Ave. Ladies who wear Sondlieim labels won't need to shift their hem lengths this spring. Nor will they ( need girdles. Skirts nre shorter'. in a hurry as a substitute for a,Mrs. Richord Ellinger dress Reviews for Bookworms Mrs. Kichard Ellinger reviewed the book, "The Importance of Bc- neM girdles. aKins nre snorter . and deceptively ample, either "« /mperfcd by John Robert; '.,-*' ,\ . i , i , ni.irlf* al a ^nl.'nl mncnivin a( thr bias cut or gathered and tucked generously al the waist. Belts are on everything, worn high in front (just'below the bosom) lo make, -- : -- *--' short girls look taller, (all girls!'" .our. sociel y aml lraw lo cn J°- v i next spring. Clarke, at a salad luncheon at the home of Mrs. Albert C. Clough. According to Mrs. Ellingor, this is on the dream of perfection: , taller .flows arc ahundant, too. life belter without it. CJarkc show- surprising n u m b e r . o f pco- perfcetionists and iton't nu-n; a .mil .,.nt _»··«·· ... He lea.d.s lo a serious re- of coals, suils and dresses as|cbal . color schemes. Eggshcll-appraisal o f . w h a t constitutes joy white--the dry cleaner's dream-- in living, Mrs. Kllinger said. P , . , , Back or navy-blue checks and PHOT a s This comforting siyle message ^.^ ^ ^ whi|(i am| , )|u l p ] c arc vas spelled out Monday in lermsj ar g tjlis f as |,; on bonse's suit and|know it. Ijerb SDndheim opened the spring fashion market by introducing: his line to buyers. The buyers, swatclied in retrieved Is, also favored by designer Send- The buyers, swatclied in furs only recently retrieved from p | f Auction mothballs, watched a parade of| ' leim. Next meeting will bo Oct. 25, a. the home of Mrs. W. H. Drocge- muellcr al S14 Oth SI. bare-armed, ofien models in ice-cream pastel lincBs, cloudy, print chiffons and cucumber-crisp rajah silk costumes. The "nothing" dress-- a "collarless, sleeveless sheath wilh nolh- · ing much lo it but .Ihe price lag-^ has been denounced as on its way out by many experts on haul couture. But at Sondhcim't it is . .very much in-with a wider heck, |and'wilh stoles, jackets and coats .to go with it. I The voluminous stoics tie at one shoulder or drape and loop low in 'front. Jackets, short in front, of; ken dip and flare in back. Coats. ;subl!y fitted, are bulloned a n d j belted to be worn by the woman! GAINESVILLE, Ga. Biddy bidding has gone long distance. ·'Poultry processor-buyers in nine Georgia 'and Alabama cilies now| r a j s c , can participate in auctions here via long distance telephones. The network was sponsored by the TO GIVE YOU . . . SPECTACULAR SAVINGS TIMELY VALUES Reg. 15.95 Now 12.88 TOP QUALITY STYLING B With winter just around the corner, take advantage of these specially priced wind-resistant jackets to outfit your family at greater savings from McDonald's. Easy cleaning;, just wipe with a damp cloth, smooth f i n i s h resists dirt and abrasions. Kef;. J!).!)5 Keg. 17.95 Non- 19 HA 11.00 B. MenVWorciothes Uniform Shirts 1-99 Uniform Panfs . - ; : : : : : . 3,49 Uniform Jackets . . . . . . 3,88 Uniform Caps : v . v . : . 35c Hooded Sweat Shirts . : ... 1.66 Pedwin Shoes . . . . : : . . 6,88 Rob-Lee Shoes . Old Safeway Sfore ALLEN'S LAKELAND, Fla. (AP)-- Lucius E. Amkien, tends a 42-tr . , yard orange grove without assisl-j s exotic plants in a pair o f , Hampshire each summer to visit his two sislers. Amident is 91 years o!d, Georgia Poultry Kxchangc Inc. OPEN STOCK] and S(ld separately Formerly S c h n v e r t »15 8th St. EL 2-7761 - . ,%·..--.·-.,. r · Reg. 12.95 Now 10.88 A. MEN'S V I N Y L JACKETS A Regular 15.95 Value M a d e of U.S. Rubber's l u x u r y v i n y l , Doe-Lon® Lined for w e a t h e r insulation with "Or- loa"® acrylic pile. Sizes 364$, Hcwtpr, beige. 12 BOYS' V I N Y L JACKETS A R e g u l a r 12.95 Value The jackets tioj-n i i k a lo wear! They're Doe-Lon,® the v i n y l by U.S. R u b b e r that looks and feels like leather. Bulky k n i t collar and cuffs. S-]§, hoige, pewter. 10 C. LADIES' VINYL JACKETS A Regular 19.95 Value Smart v i n y l j a c k e t f e a t u r e s n o v e l t y w e f t studied pocket* to prevent tfiarinpr, t u r n - b o c k c u f f s . W h i t e , ht-ige, green w i t h coiHrastins Orhin® col- ' a r t r i m a n d l i n i n g . 14 923 IDlh St. D. GIRLS' BOLTA FLEX "400"® A Regular 17.95 Value y to ("loan, j u s t wipe w i l h a ilarnp clolli. Bolia Flex "400"® shell. White wkh red anil black Orion® jille l ge w i l h beige and brown, -otr hood, ',;, belt. 4 1 4 12 88

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