Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1957 · Page 25
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 25

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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m oman 6 1ID Achievement Day Is June 11 Achievement Day of the home demonstration clubs of the two Greeley districts, Busy Bee and Merry-Oo-Round, will be held it Park school Tuesday, June 11, at 1:30 p.m. Public is invited to attend. After a short musical program, a demonstration will be given on each exhibit. These will be on special Interest lessons and regular lessons. The exhibits must be ready by 1 p m. At the close of the afternoon, tea will be served. .1/r* C. C. Wens' Students in Recital Piano pupils of Mrs. C. C. Wens were presented in a recent recital at her home on North Twenty-third avenue. Families of the musicians were guests. The program follows: Hawaiian Love Song, La Cucu- racha and Wait for the Wagon, J. C. Whetham; Dangerous Journey and EU and Fairy, Polly Reid; Old JlacDonald, The Funny Bunny and The Submarine, Sharayle Story; Drums in the Distance, Mike Wens. Teddy Bears' Picnic and Minstrel Show Boat, Marilyn Dieterle; a selection from Pinafore and Minuet by Paderewski, Clarice Whetham: Riding on a Mule, The Flat Iron, At the Soda Fountain and Flower Dance by Darlene Rosen; Gertrude and Elizabeth and Beautiful Blue Danube by Judy Miles. Spanish Dance by Moskowski by Linda Wens; Spinning Song and Dancing in the Garden by Gladys Simpson; Wood-Nymph's Harp and The Whistler and His Dog by Mike Truitt; duet, Sine Robin, Marilyn Dieterle and Polly Reid. Duets, Brahm's Lullaby and Rig- cletto, Judy Miles and Mr*. Wens; duet. Garden of Roses, Mrs. J. Simpson and Mrs. Wens; duet, Ciribiribin, Clarice and J. C. Whetham; ducts, I've Been Working on the Railroad and When Johnny Comes Marching Home, Mike Truitt and Mrs. Wens. Sacred numbers were I Am Com,Ing, Lord, arranged by Wilda J. Auld, by Gladys Simpson; Oh, What a Day! and A Shelter In the Time of S t o r m , Clarice Whetham: choruses, I'm So Happy. Deep and Wide, sung by Jeannic Dieterle, accompanied by Marilyn. Duet, I Have Decided to Follow Jesus, Sharayle Story, and Mrs. Wens; He Lives and No. Never Alone by Mike Truitt; Peace in the Valley, sung by Darlene Hosen, accompanied by Judy Miles; All of My Burdens Went Rolling Away, Peter Walking on the Sea, sung by Buzzie Reid, accompanied by Polly. A social hour followed, with refreshments served by Mrs. C. C. Wens Jr. The Name's Duke NEW YORK Lfl -- After years as a dual musical personality, Vernon Duke has decided he is Vernon Duke. A collaborator on Broadway shows and the other author of such hits as April in Paris and Autumn In New York. Duke has until now done popular tunes under that name and also written sccrious compositions under the name of Vladimir Dukelsky. Both swing or symphony henceforth, he says, will be written under the name Duke. SHOWER for Cleo Mitzel-Baker will be held at Briggsdale Ccn- gregational church June llth.-- Adv. * Bintf'rt Daneo at VFW Hall Saturday Pioneer Pott 2121, Velerani of Foreign Wars, Is giving a benefit dance. Saturday evening at Brannaman hall. The public la invited. Emmctt Horit and his orchestra will play for dancing which begins at p.m. The post U railing funds to send its drum and bugle corps and ritualistic learn to the state encampment June 13-15 at Glenwood Springs. Bishops Return from Month in the South Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bishop returned Tuesday from a month in the south. They spent most of the time in Shrevepprt, la., at the homes of her twin daughters, the former Jean and Julia Morgan of Greeley, now .Mrs. Arthur J. Wilton Jr. and Mrs. Carl B. WeMner, respectively. The Bishops made the trip particularly to see her grandson, Arthur James Wilson HI, graduate from Byrd High school of Shreveport May 31. Young Wilson, one cf a class of 500, received a scholarship covering a, full four years of college. It wat given on basis of his outstanding s c h o o l record. The youth has elected to take a course mechanical 'engineering at Louisiana Polytechnic Institute at Ruston. He had all of his primary education at Eaton and part of his freshman year ol high school. The Wilsons moved to Shreveport three years ago. They live in Forbing, a suburb of the city. The Wilsons have two other sons, John, who will be a sophomore at Byrd High school next year, and Bill, who will be a seventh grader in junior high school. The Weidners have two daughters, Louise and BeUy, who will be in the eighth and sixth grades, respectively, next year. The Weidners have lived In Shrevepcrt ever since their'marriage 19 years ago. After the graduation, the Bishops drove to Springfield, Mo., to see hit sister, Mrs. John C. Jennings. While in Missouri they visited the Lake of the Ozarks and the Bignell dam. Although they drove through many miles of tornado and flood country, they did not encounter any bad.storms on their trip. Ft. Morgan Rites Of Interest Here Mm Carol B. Dalrvraplf. who has bcrn employed In the office of Craig Fullcrton, anistint tuptrin- trmlcnt of tchooli lince May 1, became the bride of Lyle Stevenson at Kort Morgan Sunday allernoon. T h e i r urddmK took place at th- 1 .r-i Chris\ian church at 2 o'clock. Parents of the bride ire Mr. and Mr;. Rrire Dalrymple of Furl Jlor- f a n . The groom, who hat btin a sti;i1fnt it CSCE the pait t»o years, is the son nf Mr» Jessie Stevenson of Kort 11 orjin and the late Lester S!r\cr.son. lioth the bride jnd croom »;re hnrn and reared at Fort Morgan » n i were classmates. They were craduatfd from Fort Morgan High schrwl in 1955. She is a member of Kpsilon Sigma Alpha, nnn academic sorority, and he belongs to Aucii fraternity. Stevenson has horn employed during his college \ by the Creeley Drive-in theater and is continuing his work. They returned from their short h -neymwin trip Thursday and will tic at home after Friday in apartment 3 at 1713 Eighteenth avenue. The Stcvenson-Dalryrnple double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. Everett Figgs before an altar banked with pink carnations and white mums and flanked by lighted tapers in candelabra. Don L. Mullins of Rocky Ford. junior at CSCE the past year and fraternity brother of the groom, played a prelude of organ music tad the traditional w a d d l n i marches. He alio accompanied Bob HcKee, CSCE student from Manns ville, Okla., and another fraternity brother of the (room, who sani Because, I Love You Truly and The Lord's Prayer. McKee was a senior this past year. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a sown pf Chantilly lace and pleated tulle fashioned by a famous Brterly H'Us designer. Her veil, edgrd in lace, fell from a cap of pearl (lo»eri. She carried a white Bible, gift of the groom, lopped with yellow rosebuds. In the Bible was a handkerchief which was made and carried by her maternal grandmother over SO years ago. Attendants to the bride uere a matron and maid of honor and two bridesmaids. They were Mrs. Janice Figg, her cousin and the Misses Thelma Jean Weber, Marilyn Neill and Ruth Allen, who wore ballerina length growns ftf pastel shades of net over taffeta and rar- ried nosegays of w h i t e carnations with centers colored to match their dresses. Leo Stevenson was his brother's! best man. Ushers were Arnold Quil-| len of Greeley and Hank Fiske of Denver, CSCE students, and Dean I Dalrymple. ; The church parlor was the seen" j of the reception which followed the | wedding. One hundred and fifty', signed the guest book. \ For traveling the bride changed to a linen suit of yellow and charcoal with white and yellow accessories and the corsage lifted frcm the arrangement on her Bible. Thunder. June 6, 1957 GREKLEY TRIBUNE Page 13 Ttwnttnd Mtlllni la AHtndid by U Townsend club No. S's meeting Tuesday evening at the electric lounge was attended by M, Including members from clubs 1 and 3 and other friends. R i c h a r d SchoUield presided. Plans were made to attend the national convention in Denver. Mrs. Edn» Greenwood, program chairman, arranged the entertain- rrent. Songs were given by Mr. and Mrs. W. Owen and daughter. Mrs. Carrie Miller sang, accompanied by Mrs. Ocie Deal. A harmonics number was played by Essie Morgan. Mrs. Fannie Deuel gave a reading and SchoUield sang. Selections were also sung by Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Hubbarrl and Mrs. Greenwood and Jess Lindcburg. Mrs. Deal played piano numbers. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Asa Gain. Next meeting is June IS at 7:30 o'clock at the electric lounse. Three Grcclcy Poets Win Slate Recognition Three members of the Greeler Poetry workshop were recognized when contest awards were mad* at the annual dinner of the Colorado Poetry Society at the Olin hotel in Denver. Mrs. Lillian Moses won third prize in- the Nellie Burget Miller Memorial contest for her lyric poem. Dusk in His Parlor. Mary Jo Dempsey won second for her poem, Unburied Treasure, in the sweepstakes contest which includes all monthly contest winners for the year. Mrs. Bertha Guthrie received honorable mention for her poem. In the Fall. Oil wells and a pipe gushing nil appear on a new Guatemala stamp. Lyl. Sltvemon, CSCE student, and his bridt, tht formtr Miss C«rel 8. Dalrymplt of Fort Morgan. Wedding photo by Jim Kadltctk Studios. Campus Healthatorium · Vapor Baths · Swedish Massage For Coldi. Hcajachi and Arthritic Conditions B. 0. 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