Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 7, 1957 · Page 11
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Farrell Coys Will Live Here' Keith FarrcU Coy ind his bride the former Uiu Rote Marie Rob- aon. will make their home in Gree- lejMn the fall and he will teaca rnuilc at Ault. Both are well known or. the Colorado State College cam- pui. The bride hm completed her ·ophoraore year and Coy ii a 155; graduate. Their wedding was an event ot Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at Trinity Episcopal church. The Sev. Charles V. Young and the nev. Jamei Brock conducted the single ring ceremony in the presence of 5 guests. The bride it the daughter of Mr. and Mri. J. W. Robson of Gordon, Neb. The groom'i parents aw Mr. · ind Mri. Harold E. Coy of Denver Jerry McKcnzie was wedding or- fanist. Bob McKee sang O Lord Most Holy, O Perfect Love and The Lord'i Prayer. The altar was decorated with blue and white carnations and lighted Uperi. On each tide of ths chancel iteps were baskets of snapdragons and daisies. Pews u-err marked by large white satin bows and candles. Jere Rood and Tom Belt were tandlelighten. Escorted and given in marriage by her father, the bride wai attired In a princess 1 style gown of latin and lace. The yoke, featurirg a itind-up collar, and the lor; tapering sleeves were of lace. Each tleeve fastened at the wrist with pearl buttons. The floor length skirt f wept into a chapel train. The bride'i fingertip veil of illusion was caught to a lace pillbox trimmed with pearls. She wore a tingle strand of pearls and carried a white prayer book, topped by an orchid and lilies of the valley. Miss Bonnie Bowman of Chadron, Neb., wai miid of honor. Her waltt length gown was of white nylon cryitalet. The neckline was-designed in a low V in the back. Adding color wa* a blue sash, with the blue repeated in the carnations In her bouquet. She wore a larce white picture h»t and white gloves. The bridesmaids. Miss Adelc MacDonald of Denver and Miss Jan Brown of Fort Morgan, wore gowns similar to that of the maid of honor, only in blue with white (ashes. They had white hats and gloves and carried white carnation bouquets. Ronald Ellist.in of Grrelcy was best man. The ushers were Willy Smith of Pueblo and R i c h a r d Jamieson of Denver. Mrs. Robson was attired in an afternoon frock of pink lace over gray. She had pinV accessories and 1 pink carnation corsage. The A - .;.'"·-. v'J . "^ V) - ^/m . ··; ·- 'V*-* Wr:l ' ^·nm$£? ·"·"· J-^'S-.ifr.n.'JK'' EC. Free Missionary Society Hat Meeting Monthly meeting of the Womfn't Missionary society of th« Firit Evangelical Fne church wn held Thundijr. .Mri. James Harper, chilrmin, i opened the afternoon with a moment of silent prayer. Mrs. Charles Shiffrr Ird In group singing with Mrs. Joe Bardwtll at ths piano after which Slr.v Leonard Molander and Mri. Bardwell ltd in prayer. Mri. Joe Gra'il gave Uie White Cron rrport and Mri. Bardwtll played the offertory number. · Mill Miriam Peterion became a member of the society. Mri. Chirlei Phillips wai in charge of the program usirg the theme of the month, Fiithful Promises. Mill Stanley Welham care dfvotioni. Mri. Loren Kent played a medley of hymns at the piano. Mrs. Bill Shaffer save a reading. What Rod Hath Promised. Mri. Don Mrllin sang a solo, Overshadowed. ' Speakers of the afternoon were Mri. Darrell Peterion. Mri. Alfred Jensen and Mri. Melvin Biekling. Mri. Roy Nordell closed the meeting with prayer. Hostesses for the day were Mrr. j Mabel Fagerberg and Mrs. Wilbur Carlson. Next meeting will be announced as the date falls on the Fuurth of July. , Mrs. Ktith Firrtll Coy, tht fermir Miss Reso Marit Robson. Photo by Jiji Kidltctk studios. I groom's mother wore an aqua and white afternoon dress and white accessories. Her corsage also was ol )ink carnations. . ' The reception was held ,in the Parish hall. Miss Georgia Lord cf Aurora played piano music. The guest book was kept by Miss Marcia Dillingham of Colorado Springs The bride'i table was beautifully set with an all white thrce^tiered wedding cake, topped by *".ell«, blue and white carnations and candles Mrs. Bill Robson of Greeley, sis- ;er-in-law of the bride, presided at he coffee sen-ice. Miss Gwen Carter of Sterling, the punch bow! and Miss Sally Cone of Rapid City, S. D., completed the cutting of the cake. For going away, the bride changed to a blue shantung sheath Man Wanted To Earn From $500 lo $1,000 per Month Our product! art tettetf and proven line of gatelint, dietcl fuel · nd lubricating oil treatment*. Your euttamer* will b* municipal government*, contractors, farmer* and tervlct station*. You should be frtt to travtl small area, but can be home every night if you detirc. Good volume potential and excellent repeat sale* will assure you an excellent Income. Working knowledge of power equipment U helpful but not essential at the *tart. W* will train the right men. Territory around your community has not previously been worked. If Interested In good Income, send for complete detail*. Working Inventory of $600 In product I* necessary. Write: Petrolab, Dept. 10, Box W, Littleton, Colorado, today. We Will Be CLOSED Saturday Afternoons DURING JUNE, JULY and AUGUST MOFFAT 1115 8th Are. PAINT and GLASS Phone 319 UIIECVT INTIITAIN nnwosi WATCH mrvriON! t^^tt *wHa4ri «· t*« «»J LSCO COOCA'tt MTiO! w .·* W-* C'»*»»«l ·* *-· ALSCO *«·"» v« ··*« Vt v (»**··* «*T *»·» ·· r*» H 2323 TODAY! BUY WITH 36 MONTHS TO PAY! NO MONIY DOWN . . I ..... 'HA A P P R O V E D Western Metal Products Uw Dorsey (res.) 4770 1015 3rd SI. Don Gallup (rw.) 1119 Cretlfy. Colo. dress, with matching duster, white aceessories and her white crchid corsage. .The Coys are spendin? their honeymoon in the Bockies and on the Western Slope. The bride, who has resided at Snyder hall this year, is a member of Spur, sophomore honorary-. Week's Sew-Thrifty PRINTED PATTERN MONDAY- Town council meeting. TUESDAY-R o t a r y Father-Son-Daughter banquet, Methodist church, 6:45. Lucas Ladies club, Mrs. Ed Schnorr, 2:00: M r s . Phillip Schnorr, assisting hostess. Rocky Mountain Health council. WEDNESDAY- Toastmistreis club breakfast, Severin's Tea Room, election of officers. Congregational Missionary society, Mrs. E. G. Holden, 2:00; Mrs. Hay Poulsen, co-hostess. THURSDAY-- WSCS general meeting. Methodist church. 2:00: Mrs. Alvin Dorsey and Mrs. Bill Rhodes, hostesses. Baptist Missionary society, church, J:0d. FRIDAY-Final meeting, Council 4 Toastmistress club, Community building in Wiggins, 3:00; Reser vations are to be made with Mrs Paul Anderson before June 10. Sew this adorable frock for daughter in a jiffy--with our Printed Pattern! Sec the diagram; it's he easiest! She'll love the style; cool scoop neckline, saucy bow of contrast binding. Printed Pattern 476*: Jiffy-cut entire dress at once! Children's 1 Sites 2. 4. 6. 8. Sire 6 requires 2'i yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, faster, accurate. Send 15 cents in coins of thii pattern--add S cents for each pat- i t e m for Ist-clasi mailing. Send to I Anne Adams. (Greeley Tribune)' ;:« Pattern Dept.. 2(3 West lilh St.. I .New York 11, X. V. Print plainly name, address, siie and style r.um-' her. ! Eaton Calendar Prospect Valley and Hudson Delegates Sunday's Calendar Greeley Kennel club, fifth an nual dog show, Community build ing, 8 a.m. Girl's Stale representatives and alternates, tea. home of Mrs Paul Lodwick,. 1706 Fourteenth street road. USE THE TRIBUTE WANT ADS DO IUSINESS WITH THE MAN YOU KNOW lt.it iTM*, MS Ot?ict LOANS ...with the fastest, most con* ve.nie.nt, eaiy-on-tho budget loan it is possible to gtt. W* loan any amount, larg* or smoll, and arrange Payments to suit your incom*. ECURITIES C R E D I T C O R P . fit Vtk A v * o w t Orttltf, C»U. N O T I C E Section 5 of Ordinnnre Xo. 990. City of Grcclcy, provides that owners of lots or tracts of land within the City limits must remove all weeds either hy cutting or sprayinjr, and that all dry weeds, hru«h or mhhifh shall be removed or burned on or before June 15th. Failure to comply with caid Ordinance carries penalties and cost of removal. GREELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT Charlotti Dunston Jud? Fitch Marilyn Sargtnt C. 0. Jacksonx Attend Grandson'* Graduation The three juniors above all will represent Prospect Valley and Hudson at Girls' State in Denver' June 12-11 at Colorado Woman's college. They are sponsored by the American Legion auxiliary of Post ISO, Kecnesburg. The delegates are: Charlotte Dunslnn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dunston of Hudson; Judy Fitch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Fitch of Hudson; and Marilyn Sargent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sargent of Roggen. Miss Dumton was president of the junior class; sang in the girls' sextet and chorus; was a member of the Pep club; took part in the junior class play; and served on the itaff of the high school newspaper. She is active in the Methodist church. Miss Fitch served as reporter for the Pep club; sang in the girls' sextet and chorus; had the lead in the junior play; and served on the newspaper staff. She i» also ac- live in the Methodist church of Hudson. Miss Sargent was president of the junior class; has been a cheerleader for the past two years; was elected Future Farmers of America queen of Prospect Valley; and was in the junior class play. She was a ribbon girl for the 1956 Greeley Horse show. Slick Chick Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Jackson of 1201 Eighth street attended the Denver East High school graduation exercises held Thursday evening in the Denver City auditorium. Their grandson, Kent Lcroy .McCool, was a member of the class of 7;.l. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Lrroy (Bonita) McCool, he received a joint honor scholarship, instrumental music award for his trombone playing and a certificate for accomplishment in mathematics. Paul Wtinmtisttrl Visit Rilatlvts Hir« Dr. and Mrs. Paul Weinmeister and family of Aledo, 111., visited the p'ast week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Blehm, 1739 Seventeenth avenue. They also spent some time with his brothers, Henry of Greeley, Dave of Timnath and Harold Weinmeister of Windsor, and their families and with his sister. MVs. R. J. Blehm of Eaton and Mrs. Phil Brug of Windsor, and their Family Gathering at Rugg Komi Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Earle U. Rugg of the Faculty Club apartments have as their housrguests their son, Dean, his wife. June, and son Brian. 2'i. from Alexandria, Va. Sunday they will be Joined by the Ruggs' other son, John, his wife, Donna, and daughter, LuAnn, of Denver, and Mr*. John Rugg'i parents of Fort Collins for a family gathering. The birthday of Mrs. Dean Rugg will be celebrated. Dean Rugg has just completed all his requirements for the PhD degree at the University of Maryland, except the dissertation, in the field of geography. John Rugg has just finished his eighth year as elementary teacher in the Denver public schools. Friday, June 7,1957 P»p 11 Vacathn Church I SchMl Jim* 17-U Vacation church school will b« held at the First Presbyterian church June IT to a. Classes will be available for kindergarten through Junior high school age children. The time b 9 to 11:10 o'clock each morning. You can add unfavored gelatin to a seasoned clear slock and have a good cold soup. Chill the mixture, then break it up before serving. * PORTAGE, Wis. in -- Motorists ,,.. on snow-slicked U. S. Highway SI i families. learned that not even chicken fcedj ^ is just chicken feed. 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