Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 8, 1957 · Page 6
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 6

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, June 8, 1957
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Lengel-Keim Rites in Indiana Miss Nancy Jane Keim, daushler of the Rev. and Mrs. Howard H. Keim of Peru, Lnd., became the bride of Leland L. Lease! of Elgin, 111., Memorial day. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Lene;el of Windsor. The bride's father pcrfomed the double ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. In the presence of 300 guests, who gathered in the Church of the Brethren in Teru. The former Miss Keim was graduated in 1953 from Laketon. Ind. high school. She is a magna cum laude graduate tram McPherson college, McPherson, Kan., IESJ ot 1957. A major in biojocy, the bride was listed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. She was member of the a capelja choir, women's council, student court and FTA of which she was vice president. She was a laboratory assistant in biology. Mrs. Lcngel will teach seventh grade mathematics and science in the Eastside school of Aurora, III. Lengel is a 1952 graduate of Windsor High school He was graduated niaena cum laude with a major in history from McPhmon college in 1955. He was a member of Phi Alpli.i ThcU, Alph:i Psi Omega and Pi Kappi Dp.lt2, honorary Jratemities, men's council, student court, of which he was president, a cappella choir, and men's varsity quartet. Lengel also was listed in Who's Who in American University and Colleges. He was nn assistant ; n tne college histoiy department and president of the senior c|ass. He is presently in Christian service in Elgin, 111. The groom will attend the University ot Kansas tor - graduate study on a scholarship at the completion of his service. .The couple is residing at 923 Highland avenue, Elgin, ID., after i week's trip around Lake Michigan. Two standards and a arrangement of gladiolus gr«ced the altar for the Lengel-Keim wedding. On cither side were white candelabra decorated with blue tulle bows, i Dale DeLauter of Chicago lighted the candles. A half hour of nuptial music was played by the wedding organist preceding the ceremony. The vocalist's selections were One World, At Dawning and 0 Perfect Love. The bride's gown of nylon lace over bridal satin was floor length and fashioned wjth V neckline, following the pattern of the lace, fit- led bodice, long sleeves pointed at the'-wrists .and bouffant skirt. A crown of seed pearls and lace held her chapel veil of tulle. Her bouquet was n cascade of blue and while carnations, and feathered ribbon. Her pearl necklace was a Rift of the groom. The bride's attendants were her Bisters, Mrs. : J. W. Daggett of Adel, Iowa was matron of honor. The Misses Lois Anne Keim and Judy Keim were .bridesmaids. Mrs. Daggett wore a gown of frost blue embroidered eyelet organdy over net fashioned with cap sleeves, fitted bodice, and bouffant ballerina skirt. Her headband was of frost blue flowers and she carried a colonial bouquet of blue carnations. The bridesmaids' 'costumes were identical to the matron of honor's. Donald UBom of Wiley was best man. i ' Ushers were J. W. Daggelt of Adel, Iowa and Leon Albert and Dale DeLauter of Chicago. Mrs. Keim chose a navy blue lace mesh gown, frost blue hat and blue carnation corsage for her daughter's wedding. The groom's mother was attired in a Wedgewood blue lace gown, pink hat and pink carnation corsage. The recepton was held in the church social rooms immediately following the ceremony. Altar flowers and standards were used in decorations. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. C. Ray Keim, of North Manchester, Ind., and Mrs. D. Stanley Houser of oman 6 FORAGE SEEDS Cane* Sorghums 'Blick Amber Honey Drip ·ugir Drip Leoti Red Atlai Coet HtQirl Mixed Red M1LO R el I j nee Norohum MILLETS White Preu Orange Hiney German Siberian SUDAN *w«et and Common GREELEY SEED CO. 60) Ith St. Dr. Ella A. Mead Is Soroptimist Hostess The last business meeting of the fiscal year for SoropUmist Inler- i national oi Ijrcekey was htriu liibi | week at ibe borne of Dr. Ella A. | I M e a d , 1303 Ninth avenue with Helen Williams presiding. Annual reports were given by the following committee c h a i r m e n : Maude Kctelson, Helen Tanner, Dr. Ruth Kccni, Bonnajean Shaklee, MauJe Fine, Gladys Scawell, l,u- ella Peters, Pauline Nichols, Elizabeth Richards, Clela Burnham, Bess Musirk, Adda Mae Kinlsade. Martha Smith and Ethel Mitchell. Ann Spomcr. president-elect announced that through arrangements made by two ot the members, Edna Hoydar of the CSCE faculty and Grace Baker, professor emeritus of the college, all but three of the monthly dinner meetings would be held al Faculty hall next year. Final meeting of the year will be a formal dinner June IB at the Tea House at 6:30 o'clock. Engagement of Lydia Lee Miller and Robert Ruvle Is Announced Saturday, June 8. 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Px (t a 1 Mr. and Mrs. David 1. Miller of , 18 West lane announce ihe engage- I ment of their daughter, Lydia Lee, j l o Robert Ruyle, ton of Mr. and | Mrs. Marian Ruyle of 1408 Fifteenth avenue. Miss Miller, who was graduated cum iautie from University Stork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Primz of Route 4 a daughter Friday, June 7, al the Weld County General hospital. . Th» former Mist Nancy Jane Kftlm of Peru, Ind., bridff of Leland L. Lengel of Windsor. North Liberty, Ind., cul the cake and poured punch. Mrs. Ralph Naragon of North Manchester, cousin of Ihe bride, ^was in charge of the guest book. Out of state guests included .the parents of the groom and the attendants, Mr. and Mrs. Don Goodfellow of McPherson and L. A. Al- berl of Philadelphia, Pa. For traveling the. bride changed to a frost blue Bales cotton dress fashioned in the Empress style with . three-quarter · length sleeves. Hen corsage was lifted from the wedding bouquet. . Society Calendars MONDAY- Allrusa, dinner, Marshall's, 6:30; meeting, ' home of Ruth Waddell, 1111 Eleventh street. Theta-Sigma Upsilon Mothers club, mountain party, cabin of Mrs. Mabel Newburn; all-day ouling; covered' disb luncheon. Auxiliary to Spanish War Veterans, cleclric lounge. Weld County division, Practical Nurses Association of Colorado, picnic, Bonell home. Evening circle, First Baptist church, picnic, Glenmere park, 6:30; dessert and drink furnished; bring picnic lunch and table service: hoslesses, Mesdames L. O. Krueger, Dewey Penlon 1 and S. R. Toussaint. Pioneer dinner, Masonic Temple, noon; all those inleresled in early days invited; reservation to Methodist church, 1:30. TUESDAY-Greeley district, Achievement Day of HD clubs, Park school, 1:30; public invited. Chapter CR, PEO, family picnic, Island Grove park, 5:30. Women's Guild, St. John's Lutheran,, church, Mrs. Reuben Stencel, Mission chairman, program; hoslesses, Mrs. Sam Dum- .ler and Mrs, Henry Foss. Plainview Social club, Mrs. Carl Lehl.' North Kersey club, Mrs. Violet Cockroft, northeast of Kersey, 1:30. War Mothers, business session, educational building of First Methodisl church, 1:30. Townsend club No. 3, electric lounge, 7:30. Greeley Toastmistress dub, Camfield hotel, breakfast, 7 a.m. . Young Matrons Country club, annual luncheon, Tea House, 1:00. VFW auxiliary, sewing meeting, Mrs. Seth Maricle, 1803 Seventh avenue, 1:30. Hairdressers and Cosmetologists, Pauline Gregory's shop, 1528 Eleventh avenue, 7:30. Alice Klein circle, First Bap- list church,'Island Grove park; annual famDy picnic* hamburger fry; bring silverware, 5:30. Housing Development For Durdngo Planned DURANGO W -- A $750,000 housing development for Durango was announced Friday by the Colorado Corp. The company plans to build 56 |bfick homes, most of. Ihem with IhTee bedrooms and one or Iwo bathrooms. Among those who formed the corporation to provide the needed (housing are Aksel Nielson of Den- jvcr's Mortgage Investment Co.; William M. While, president of I !the Firsl Nalional Bank of Du-| j r a n g o and a Pueblo banker: Sam-! ucl T. Jones Jr. and Tom V H e a ) - j ey, Pueblo insurance men, j Samuel B. Sears, Grand June-! (ion contractor, will move here to' ! build the homes. · EBP Luncheon Hostess Is Mrs. Gladys Strait BBP club luncheon at the Tea House Wednesday was attended by seven members, Mrs. Gladys Strait -was hostess. Tho'group played canasta and 500. Winners at canasta were Mrs. Frances Sherwood and Mrs. Wesley Stevens. Al 500, Mrs. Ed Soper was high and Mrs. Roy Gay, low. The club vacations until September. Mrs. Marvin Winslow. will be hostess at the first meeting in the fall. Mrs. D. H. Miller Is Sew-Optimist Hostess Mrs. D. H. Miller, 211 Fifleenth street, entertained nine members of Sew-Optimist Thursday. Mrs. Arthur Brattoh,' Mrs. Glenn Rulh's mother, was a guest. The club postponed al! meetings for the summer months. Next meeting will be Sept. 5 with Mrs. Fred BroUiers, 2118 Seventh avenue. Mrs. Delia Hibler and Mrs. Carol Miller received birthday gifts from their secret pals. It was decided lo have a bazaar in Ihe fall to replenish the flower fund. After an afternoon of visiting, Mrs.'Dorothy Demarst assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Eusebio A l m a e u o r of Anil a dauchter Friday, June 7, al the Weld County General hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. George L. Kindvall of Ne.w Raymer a son Friday, June 7, al the Weld County General hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edgar of'Aull a daughter Friday, June 7, at the Weld County General hospital. Bo»n to Mr. and Mrs. Jo« T. Martinez of Eaton a son Saturday, June 8, at the Weld Counly General hospial. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mendez of Route 1 a son Saturday, June 8, at the Weld County General hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert J Warren of 400 Sixteenth Avenue court a daughter Saturday, June 8, at the Weld County General hospital. " ^ Payment for Forces in Germany .Decided BONN, Germany Iff -- The' United States and West Germany have agreed on a payment of 325 million marks (77 million dollars) toward the cost of keeping American forces in Germany, Ihe Foreign Office announced Friday. Liberia will spend Jl.000,000 to modernize Spriggs. Payne airfield near Monrovia. Beverly Green Is Bride-Elect An early A u g u s t wedding is planned by, Beverly Ann Greene and Franklin Dale Boxberger, according to an announcement made by the parents of Ihe bride-to-be, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Greene of Eaton. Boxberger is the son of'M/. and Mrs. Henry Boxberger, also of Eaton. Mis Greene spent her freshman year al Cottey College in Nevada, Mo., and wa's gradualed from Colorado Slale College this spring. She is a member of, ihe Pi Kappa Sigma sorority. Boxberger is a senior at Colorado Slale College a n d - a member of Signia Phi Epsilon fraternity, Arnold Air sociely and will attend ROTC camp this summer. Mill Beverly Grunt, brid«- «licr. Photo by Jerry Tammany. Vacation Bible School Where: Missionary Baptist Church, Slh SI. 23rd Ave. When: Monday, June 10, through Friday, June 14. Time: 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Classes for all ages. EVERYONE WELCOME PIONEER Cleaners Distinctive Dry Cleaning Service 2501 7lh Ave. 2.*X: Green Stamps Ph. 4103 · No Red Tape · Prompt Courteous Service e Low Interest Rate · Terms To Fit Your Budget First Industrial Bank 8th Av/. al fllh St. OPEN DAILY 8:30 (o 5:30 Mill Lydia Let Miller, bride elect. Photo by The Martin. Julie Widmaier Feted at Shower AULT--Miss Julie Widm.iicr, | bride-elect, was complimented at a recent shower iii the library club room. Hostesses included mom- ers of the London Bridge club, llesdimcs S. L. McDonald, fi. L. lurman. J. D. Sivcrs, Earl McC'all, Jacob Hasbrpuck Jr., and George Anderson of Grccley. Numerous baskets of lavender and purple flowers decorated Ihir library. Dessert was served at siv .ables, centered with bud vases of violets and lilies of the valley. A bridal motif and color theme of lavender and while were used ,n nutcups and tallies. Dessert ices were love birds, wedding bells and slippers in a party motif. Gifts were arranged on a lace covered table under a purple and lavender umbrella. Mrs. SivcYs presented the gifts to the honoroe, who was assisted in opening them bv her mother, Mrs. E. W. Widmaier, of Eaton and her a u n t , Mrs. Edwin Pearson, and daughter, Joan, of Greeley. In contract bridge, prizes were awarded' for high at each table. Miss Widmaier's .marriage l,o Dick Kittcrspbon will" be an cvcnl of June 29. Sixteen members of the Post Office Clerks and auxiliary met Tuesday at the Al Hinze home, on East Eighteenth-street. Paul Greer was in charge of the program. June 30 members will have a social gathering at the 0. H. Sittler mountain cabin. The feel of turkeys that are less than one year old will be dark or black. of Colorado Friday afternoon, will be employed by the university as a research assistant in Ihe Bureau of State and Community Service. Her social sorority U G a m m a Phi Beta. Ruyle has completed his freshman year at the University of Colorado law school. He attended Colorado Stale college before entering Ihe university. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. The couple plans a September wedding. Dr. DeBoer Direct Workshop Dr. Ray DcDoer, director of forcnslcs al Colorado State College, was one of three professors who conducted a speech workshop for- 31 · college students and four high school students at Adams State College this week. Dr. Budge Threlkcld and Professor Bill Turner, both of the Adams Stale staff, were co-directors. The workshop opened Monday and continued through Saturday noon. Mrs. Elmer Nelson ef southeast of Eaton was hostess to members of the Clovcrly Country club Wednesday. Duo to the vacation season, only 10 members were present. Monte Carlo whist was played with prizes going lo Mrs. Lee Roy Goldsmith and Mrs. Gust Winberg. Mrs. Ted Sutler of northeast of Greeley will be hostess June. IB. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Two 5-Year-Olds Have Joint Birthday Party Pamela Crosley, La Salle. and Eddie Grant, 2221 Tenth avenue, celebrated their fifih birthdays Wednesday with a party at the Bob Crosley home. This is an annual event. Next year's party will be at the Wayne Gran' home. Ice creim 2nd punch were served with the two birthday cakes. Guests were Lorrine Hammel, Janice Drewer, Belinda Craven, Debbie Kaiser, Judy and Pamela Euckendorf, Kalhy Craven, Carol and Sherry Yeager, Linda Nazi- rcnus, Terry Hay, Gary Eberhardt and Sharon Crosley, Pamela's sister. Adults present were Mrs. Alex Pope and Mrs. Otto Christian Sr., grandmothers of P»mel«: MM- damn Wayne Grant,. C. J. Yeager, Charles Eberhardt and Don Buckendorf. Unable to attend were Marcia Burger and Eddie and Gerald Van- esl. La Grang* Country Club U Enltrtalnid A social afternoon was enjoyed Thursday by members of the La Grange Country club when Mrs. J. P. Goetzel was hostess at the Tea House. Sixteen members, two children and three guests, Mrs. Fanny Boulter, Mrs. Jake Bauer and Mrs. L. J. Goetzel were present. Next meeting will he July 11 with Mrs. William Goetzel, of northwest of Greeley. Be neat when you prepare that salad! It will be most appetizing ii the ingredients for it are sliced evenly or cut the same size, Baiiwll Horn* Op*n*d To HD Club M.mb.r» Pleasant Valley HD club wij tn-. ertained Tuesday al the home ef Mrs. Andy BarneU. Mrs. Perry ~!oldsmitn assisted. Eleven members were present and three gueits, Mrs. Ernest Blehm, Mrs, Ted Rowe and daughter, Merilee. I Final plans were made for Achievement Day. In lieu of I lesson, the group attended the: Eaton district's Achievement Day. A covered dish luncheon Is planned for June IB. Members are to watch the Tribune's social calen- der for the place. Hiawatha Council 39 Has Three New Members Three new members were welcomed at the meeting of Hiawatha council Thursday evening in KC hall. They are Mrs. James Abe-elf, " Miss Roberta Abbett and Miei Barbara Sears. Twenty members wert present. Mrs. Gene Carter, great Foca- honlas of Colorado, will main her last official visitation to three councils in Grand Junction Saturday, June 15. Members of the local council planning to attend are Mrs. Douglas Slephenson, Miss Barbara Stephens, Mrs. Ray Loe, Mrs. Ray Hicks and Mrs. Marguerite Thompson, : Following Ihe business meeting, members played cootie and refreshments were served by Mrs,'" Richard Smith and Miss Stephens. ~ Drill team dinner will be In th« ' Shelter House at Island Grove park ·June 12 with Mrs. Stephenson, hostess. . Next regular meeting Is iched- ' tiled for June 21 in KC hall. WELCOMES NATIONAL PEACE OFFICERS June 9-10-11 WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS SHOP AT JOSLIN'S AND SAVE Bring Your Shopping Problems To Us! Friends... When you think back to 1937, twenty years seems like o long time. Yet, when a person is surrounded by his family and friends, it doesn't seem like it could have been twenty years since I moved to Greeley. One of the first things I did in the Insurance business was to adopt a motto, "No risk too large to service or too small to receive my personal attention." 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