Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 30, 1955 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 30, 1955
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Musicalcal Baptist Church Women's Mission society of the First Baptist church is having its annual Christmas musicale Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in ihs sanctuary of tho church, Mrs. llerity Baab Jr., music chairman, h'js a r r a n g e d Ihn program. ^Mem- Ders of Circle 2 will serve a tea follmving the musicale. . The program hour opens v.ith the prelude, Pastorale by Guillman, wilh Mrs. I.e. Triplet! at the piano. Airs, Austin C. Stoncman will present devotions. Program follows: Deck (he Hall, Old Welsh carol, choir; Santa Claus Lane Vespers by Frascr Simson, Sandra Sue Mudson, a s s i s t e d by sextet; Silent Night by Gruber, JoAnn Kelle. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, choir; Jesu Bambino by Yon, Carole Hucrler; Jesus, The Christ Is Born, an Appalachian mountain carol, No Candle Was There by Lehman, Virgin Slumber Song by Hegcr and Jesus, Jesus Resl Your Head by Nile, trio. Andnnlc Cantabile by Tschaikov- sky, Woodwind Quartet of CSCK; Christmas Candle by Warren and Carol of the Birds by Nile, Cnrol Mash; Lo! How a Rose E'er blooming by Practorius; I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day by Calkin by the quartet. Recitative' and Arias by H a n d e l ; He Shall Feed His 7'lock by Mrs. Arthur Schafrolli and Come Un'.o Him by Mrs. Kugcne Shaw Carter. The program will close wilh a benediction by -Mrs. Clarence Baab, president of the Mission society. Members ot the trio arc Barbara Groves, Marcia Channer and Sue Richardson; ihe quartet, Mrs. Carter, soprano, Mrs. Schafroth, alto, Dr. R. I. Runnells, tenor, and J. L. Johanscn, " bass; the choir trio, Joan Richardson, Judy Hoehl and Sandra Hampton; and the woodwind quintet, Walter Dnvies, Ilule, Gary Little, oboe, Ed Marsh, claii- net, Ron Even, basoon, and Dennis Smith, French horn. . Closing out all English Saret were. Imperial chest, $1.75, now lie; Floral jar, $1.35, now lie; '0 Inch metal plitei, 79c, now 50c. All impsriid irom England. Excellent gifts Ihnt h«vt the look of hand- padlted china. Peleri Popcorn, 814 WSi Slreel, Phone 311.-Ad*. Page 16 GUEELEY TRIBUNE Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1955 '' ivan Dale of Keenesburg Weds )ona Mae Zgut at Walsenburg Christmas Comes but Once a Year . . . Evan E. Dafe and Mk bride, |h« former Miss Dona Ma« Zgut of Walstnburg. Miss Dona Mac Zgut, assistant i r eld count/ home demonstration gent, became the bride of Evan . Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed ale of KeenfishLirg, at St. Mary's alholic church in Walsenburg 3al- rday morning at 10 o'clock, The ride is the d a u g h t e r . o f Mr. and Irs, Joe Zfinl of \Valsenhurg, The. m is a senior al Colorado AM ollege. More than 350 guesls witnessed lie double ring ceremony at which ic Rev. Howard L. Dclaney oftici- led. Setting for Ihe nuptials wns ;old floral crescents in a base of tronzc and gold chrysanthemums and wheat and seven-branched can- .clabra on rUhcr'sulc of HID a l t a r railing. The bride's exquisite gown of white satin was designed and made jy her. She was 4-11 dress review winner at the stale fair in 1950 and i a trip to (he National 4-H Congress in Chicago. Her sister, Miss Jo Elen Zgut, who was her maid ot honor, was this year's stale 4-H clothing winner and left immediate ly after the wedding reception for I he Ml Congress in Chicago. Delicate hand-clipped Ince beaded leaves framed · the decollete square neckline of (he gown. The long sleeves of lace appliqucd net tapered into points over the wrists. Intricate!/ appliqued French Chan- liny lace on nylon . tulle flowet from a pointed, elongated hod tee and front panel into a chapc-1 train. Her queen's crown of seed pear's held a two-tiered fingertip veil of French silk illusion. The bridal bouquet of white roses was lied with green velvet and she carried n silver rosary, which was borrowed from Mrs. George Saliha if Wn'.senbnrg, a close friend. The ouquet carried oul the bride's sorority flower and colors of green and white. She is a member of Kappa Delia. The maid of honor was gowned in a floor-lcnglh bronze crystallclte a n d velveteen with e l o n g a t e d bodlco, portrait nccltlinu and verj full skirl. Her headpiece ,was H velvet crescent accented with l i n j beads and fresh button mums. Golc button mums'and wheat composec her sheaf type bouquet. Tho three bridesmaids, Mrs. Ray Hirriman, cousin of Ihe bride, and Mrs. Donald Stimnck, both of Wai senburg, and Mrs. linn Bell ol Kcencsburg, sister of the groom, were gowned in gold and carried bronze mums. Flower girl, Christy SIHJ ChieM of Santa [? c , N. M., cousin of (he bride, wore an identical gown of copper. Ray Zgul, young brother of the bride, carried the rings on a silver tray. Best man was Dale* ol Kcencsburg, brother of the groom. Ushers were Clene T.omtnc of Forl "ColUns, Daryl Arnold of Kcenfr-w- burg and Donald Stimack of Wal- scnburg, cousin of (he bride. Mrs. Zgut's wedding a'.tir- was a dark green lace sheath over beige taffela, while fur felt cloche, white gloves and corsage of bronze button mums. The groom's mother wore a dacron gown of turquoise woven with metallic threads, ft was styled wilh finely pleated skirl, front panel and modified M a n d a r i n necM E nc. .Mrs Dale's accessories were brown and hi^r corsage, reddish bronze bullon mums. Following Ehc ceremony a wedding breakTast was served at Ihe iJlks club for families of Ihe .bride and groom and members of the party. Covers w i r e Jaid for 50. That afternoon Ihe marriage reception was held at the home of lie bride's parents from 3 lo 6:30 o'clock. Over 350 friends and rela- ives allpndod. The former Miss Zgut lias been assistant ilD agent here since Ocl, and will continue in her work. 'rior to coming to Grcehy she vas home demonstration agenl Cor r remonl and Cusler counties. She s a graduate'of SI. Mary's Hifih school of Walsenburg and of Colorado AM in 1954. Dale, an air force v e t e r a n , is a ;raduale of Keenesburg H i g h school. He will receive his degree 'rom Colorado AM next June. His najor is general agriculture. His ralernily is Farmhouse. He and ·us falher will farm together at Keenesburg. Dale is now building a home for his bride on the family f n r m . It is four and a haU miles from his parenls 1 place. The Dales will take a dels yet honeymoon trip "during Ihe Christ mas vacation. They plan a week's t r i p so'.th. They are now at home here in an apartmenl al 712' Seventeenth street. T^ale is com muling lo Forl Collins. Winner Disqualified n Denver Conies! DENVER Lfl -- For a time i nppearcd a 27-year-old bachelo was the winner of a furnish^ louse and new car in a the ale conlest But Tuesday night the contcs committee disqualified the an nouuced winner, Theodore Sacks a pols and pans saSosrassi from the" Bronx, N. Y, It said he en tered 1,296 tickel stubs and vio lalcd rules of the contest, conduct cd as parl of a national movii poll. Instead the judges announce! the $14,350 house, furnishings val nod at $8,000, a year's supply o foodstuffs, a new outfit of clothin _ml the car will go lo" the nex person on a list of nine, each I be checked for compliance wit Ihe rules. Next In line was Mn Herman Empcrius of Alamos; Colo. '0 Be December Bride If you haven't enough cake coo ing racks when you are making big balch of cookies, press an ove rack into service. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY ^ Pre-showing of Chrlstm**" · rangtm«ntt, Chriitmit nivtlti *nd plants. Erickion's Gr« nt i.--Adv. Child Study Group Parly Will Bt Fridiy Child Study group 1 of AAUW [5 h a v i n g its Christmas parl? Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Faculty hall. Mr. and Mrs. Delbrook Liclilcii icrg of Win-Del Ranches, Knnls, Uont., announce the ngagement and approaching marriage of x ,heir daughter, Deborah, above, o Dan J. LcadbcUer, son, of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leadbetter of southwest of Greeley, The svcdding will take place Thursday, Dec. 29, h the'Episco- al churcti of Bozeman, Mont. Miss Lichlenberg is a graduate f The Principia, SI. Louis, Mo. She s a junior at Colorado A M . Her orority is Kappa Alpha Theta. I.eatlbctter is a graduate of Gree- ey High school and is a third uarler junior at Colorado AM. le and hts fiancee arc majoring in riimal husbandry and vocational igricullure. They expect to ra. ch ifter graduation from AM. Heat pieces of cooked lobster n butter and use as an omelet lilling. AAUW Coffee Will Be Tuesday The December meeting of the Greelcy branch of American Association of University Women will be in the form o f ' a coffee Tuesday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the Faculty hall. · .The program will feature Mrs. Charles Southard's presentation ol Oklahoma. There is-no' charge for prospective members of AAUW or for guests. . . . - Borrow a few pipe cleaners from your husband's supply and keep them ne'a'r your dishwashing area They're efficient as can be for Cleaning the spouts of both eoftee pots and tea pots, and 'or the narrow tube of a percolator. . "Make Your Own For A Merry Christmas" by' ^ f Harriett Erflbruegger * Now on sale at SCHRIVER'S BOOK STORE «15 Eighth St. Stork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. filbert Pargas of Eaton a son Tuesday, \'ov. 29, at Weld County General hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Long of T-317 Jackson field a daughter Tuesday, Nov. 29, at Weld County General hospital. Born' to Mr. and Mrs. Robert D u f f of Itoule 1, Eaton, a daughter Tuesday, Nov. 23, at Weld County General hospital. ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. £d\vard · Hoffncr of 243G Eleventh avcnut court a (laughter Wednesday, Nov. 30, at Weld,County General hoi- pilal. 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