Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 3, 1955 · Page 3
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Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, December 3, 1955
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. oman A Adkisspn-He^ier.; Vows Exchanged.:\ ' Miss Margafef Helen Hessler and Thomas Elbert Adkisson;Verc wed Sunday afternoon'at 2 o'clock at the Congregational church, of Millikeh, Double, ring vows, were-recited' in the ; presence' of '100 guests," the Rev. Duane"'L'arkin officiating. · · The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs: George Hessler of.Platte- ville.'.The groom's parents, Mr. and ' Mrsi' Frank Adkisson; reside at'Mil- liken./ · · . . ' . .The church was decorated with bouquets of'pink and white-chry- Banlhe^ums, placed on either side of the altar.. M r s . ' C . J ^ Cullor of PlattcvifleV pianist, played the wed- ding'music.- · · / . , · · ' · ' ; The bride, escorted-and given in marriage .by her lather, wore an afternoon frock.of white brocaded satin. ; It was pruiccss' style design ed with a fitted jacket. Her white hat was trimmed in sequins and she ' wore white -slippers: Her bouquet was -a lavender orchid, carried on a.white Bible*' - .'.--'' . Mrs..- Shannon Vincent "of Ixng mont, sister of the bride, was ma I r o n - o f honor.'She wore .ah. aqua dress and black accessories, and carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses. ^ ' .: Best man was Marpld Lessor of Millikcn, brother of the 'groom Paul and Fred Schneider ol Gree ley/cousins of the'groom, ushered The flower girl'was Sherry Ann Vincent, niece of the-bride, Donald Tiddel of Johnstown, nephew of the groom, carried the rings. . . Mrs. HesSler was attired in a soft gray frock, trimmed, and 1 wor · with pink accessories Her-corsage was of pink carnations . The'groom's mother chose a .brown dress and brown accessories. Her 1 corsage was of white carnations. ' The- reception was held at tlie IOOP hall of-Milli'ken, 150 guests attending. Airs. Harold Lesser, sis ter-in-law of the groom, had charge of the guest book. 1 -' · · The bride's table.featured a two tiered wedding cake, trimmed with while'bells, and topped by a mini .. ature'bride.and groom. White tap ers were on either side. . Assisting with reception details were Mrs.'Fred V'eigandt of Gree ley, Mrs. Donald Tiddel of John's town,' Mrs.. Dorothy Schncidmillc of Brighton and Mrs. Kenneth Fro auff of Johnstown. . · · · The Adkissons are spending thei honeymoon in the mountains: The wilt reside .'m an apartment i Grccley. The-bride'atte'nded pjatte ville schools and the grooi went't Milliken schools; t .,coinpletii!g.; cred its for his~hilhrschool" diploma ·'! the navy. He. served two years. Ai now. a '-student at CSC.: and employed, parf.time -at Ho land's Upholstery shop. " .r Destruction CAMDEN, Ark. "»i -- ..^Severa young boys were 'invjfed-^by Army' recruiter t o ' step inside Patton tank oh display here. "'On of. them' accidentally released th brakes.. The tank rolled down a incline and crashed into' a'parke automobiJe; destroying it. · Order Har\drnade r -"· DOLL CLOTHES : NOW -. : -;:v -'·'-·'·· Christmas Aprons 801 23rd Ave. : Ph. 3754M Thomai Elbtrt. 'Adkixorii'aril hit' brid«, Hit 'former Milt Mar- g«r«V Helen Htsiltr. Photo by Dixi* Skipp«r of Ev.m. . oldeii Wedcliiig. Celebrant's _" ' --Photo'by W»rren'CrOE The fiftieth' i wedding anniversary of. Mr.'and Mrs.' Bob Ma'ddox, above, was celebrat'ed'Sunday at'an'opeh house at lh'eir:home, 1009 Tenth avenue. . ' . . ' · . : ; '..-.·'',, .-- . - · A yellow and gold color scheme was carried o'ut^ The' three tiered wedding cake,' decorated f with''sugar bells ,and yelkw,'ro's'es, was served, from a lace 'covered' table. Large floral'pieces of yellow and bronze mums and 'button^hry'san- themiims =were placed ."on -either side of the cake,-alo'ng-with gold candles.-'Napkins -were .printed- in gold with the.words,-GoMen'-Anni- versary/ 1905-l?iS.-.··'· · ; . - · ' · ' . ' - . - - -.i: Abdul SO guesls called during.Ihe afternoon" anil' brought; gifts.- Umberffer-Martin ' . -I * Rites -Solemnized i ' · Miss : Annabelle M. -..Martin; daughter'.of .Mr..! and Mrs,.- Harvey Martin of Garden ^City, Mlch.'j .and Cloy W XJmbergcr, son of Mr ind .Mrs; John Umberger'of:i20V4 Twelfth street, were married'Sun: day afternoon at the Grceley Bap- :ist temple. One. hundred - a nd .. twenty; five guests .witnessed-.the-.single -ring ceremony.'Konducted by I th,e. Rev. Joseph. Simpson. 1 Mrs^,;-.\V,ayne Abbott, df.Greeley, sister of the bride gavr her m marriage in j the absence of her parent? f Tapers m the two c»ndelabrf were lighted by!.Ann .\yhittakeran.d Udell ;.Uihberger,' brother';of- the groom f Miss Dorothy Von- Ebrenkrook played-'-.the;-traditional . .wedding music and. ^accompanied · Bichard Burkhard,,'Who -sang-.!... love you Truly., and ,The 'Lord's'-Prayer.' The.bride wore. a while .slipper atin-floor.length.grown. Her veil was loaned.b'y = Mrs....William Unv berger of San Francisco'.. She carried red roses' o n ' a white--Bible which belongs -to -Mrs. J.:-.P. Shep pard. Miss: Bessie Martin . of i Garden City, Mich.,, sister of the bride was maid- of. honor, and- Miss Esther .Colcleasure. of.-Longmpnt, cousin'of the bride, \cted as bridesmaid. They both wore blue .ballerina gowns, sn'd carried white-cold; nial bouquets. Rowan Umberger, brother of .the. groom, was best man'-and Everett Umberger,: another .brother, se'ry ed as groomsman. ^~ . Ushering -.were · Jinu'Brothe.rlon, Don Brotherton. iP.aul.'Hamlet and Donn'McKee. Sharon-Abbott; was 1 .; flower, girl and Jimmy!'Abbott,"neptiew of the bride, ring bearer. . v The guest book was kept by Mrs Woodrow.Scott. Mrs.--Abbott -.wore a blue - a n d white checked dress, ^with- navy and white accessorjcs^Tho^grc-qm's molher.was;atlired iii purple, : with black accessories; Their- corsages were .while. The,-reception'-;was.held .in ilhe church-basemerit. The.bride's' table featured a three tiered-.white cake, Mrs. J. .F.. JarrcU : and Mrs..Har- Vey Colcleasure i of .Longmonl, aunts of.the bridej and Mrs. 1 Mike. Davidson, thegrobm's aunt, served. Mrs. lUyj Andrews. and "Mrs. Delbert.-Klinefassisted, i - ' ' . - -. '·-' .The gift table/was presided dyer by the Misses'Pat.Richards, Lorella Thomas; Le'-iVelta -Whiltake and Mrs..,Don Kreiger.of Pueblo. . - Out .of"town? guests' were from Denver, Liftleton, Pueblo, .Briggsdale, .Pierc'e,; Bushnell.. Neb.-, and Garcten-.City, fMich.-" : · ; - [ i - , - . The hrWe .'· attended , Plattcville School before moving to .Michigan where- : she .is a:1955- graduate of Garden .City high.,She-now-is employed at 'Bussell Drug, store. , ·'Umbe^gep attended ..- Grcejey schols b'efore. his enlistment in the navy. He Is now stationed at San Diego: and/expecls lo be. e d Iii'i'Augut. ' : , - · · W«W Girli Ar« ' '" ' Choi»n Two of the seven Colorado AM women, studenls /selected to' join the-ranks oE the Aggie Angels, Air Force Women's' sponsor corps, are f r o m - W e l d - c o u n t y . .They are Ann Counter of Fort Lupton and Margie Smith of Greeley. - Saturday, Dec 3, 1955 GREELEJfJTRtBUNK* Junior Woman's Club To Meet · \ Mrs. Rich»rd Blddte' will tell of Christmas customs and slorlcs when the the Greeley Junior^ffom en's club holds ils.Deccmber.mcet- ihg Tuesday..Mrs.- Biddle":will.also sing'Christmas songs: She"will play her* own. accompaniment. The 1 '.'o'clock·:luncheon .-.will: be r\cd in Ihe Picm 00 ^ room of 'he Camfield^hotel.'Observations may be phoned to Mrs.iDonTregoning, 1609. ' Membersl.'arc rreminded-.tb bring coffee'key-strips.' Al ;a bcncfit'.card 'partyheld re 'ccntly.Mrs. Fred sWeiland.won the club prize, Thc'party.'^ the Blue Flame room. 1 Brldgc'pr.iics were John Vcrlinden; Mrs. Ed^Hclin and Mrs; .Q.'Fuller. Canasta winners were Mrs.'. Glen Vantinc and Mrs.':Lce Garrison. :'C|oy.'W. Umb«rj«r «nd hii hridi, th« form«r Min' Annibtllt M.-Martin. Photo by Warrtn Cron. Mrs Frank W.l.k It Vliltlng H«r. '· Mrs.' W. °E: Bc'hlon.-1129 Tenth street," \ has'' as -houscguests ' her daughter, Mrs/Frank .Walek of Ha waii, and her great granddaughter Di^ne Simpson, 2W," of Denver Mrs. Walck also spent 'part Thanksgiving weekend-here. She has been '.visitlng her 'daugh er, Mrs. Robert Simpson of Denver Mrs: -Walek'' will return'' to Hawai following the holidays. Six prescription chemists to servi you a t : ' y o u r - ' friendly' REXAL] stores. "Sl-H" stamps af.Gilberi Bishop, and Wcldorado Drugs.-Adv. To Mark Sixtieth Wedding Date Jraefe.Home Opened " ~ to %ark Grbup /// lj(] Group Ill'of Park Congrciattoti!!-- church'enjoyed « B dessert Thur»- if lay at jhe home of Mrs William Ifaefe.'-; UN'.'-Fifteenth: ayenut.^. Mrs, Arthur Moin'at'-. vrai: to-ho*- __ ess , i , , _ -5 j Swtccr members w?re present ' and six guebls Mrs Frank Carlson, % Mrs Adolph Ley Mrs E J ,Ran , ' illcman Mrs Theodore F Heini, Mrs. Leslie Lindou and Miss Eliia- be.lh McGuffie ' , Mrs Glen C Turner presWedilf . the absence ol Mrs Rpbert'1" Porter Mrs Llndou presented the program The Shining Tree She stressed the"sigh'fican'ce of Christ- 'i'^ mas legends and custo-ns t Miss McGuffie based Jier devo- i * lions on the book Jesus and His 1- Timcs a comparison of the period ·? at 1 Cbrisl's .cdming'whe'n'-in'an'y'bl.* 'Vx Ihe inha.bltantsr,like»the'Magi, 1 -were seeking order out of confusion v *· KINNEY LOAN Money,'-. Minutes! WILSON WILSON proudly praaentm two' CAMERAS ·lure of the Sarchets is:by Raymond Miller bl Plaltevillc; -The Sarchets will be hpnbral ; by their family at a lo'cloik .dinner Sunday at the^ PlattevUe VFW ?--, v ' ; . '. ·. - , , ' - '_--: hill " · - ' · - . · · · : · " - ' ' - . - " - · · ' · . ' · - . Dilicloui'ijukk''Mtilr'-is''.till hehie' of. Stokciy-Va'n : Canip r s J big new'-promotion, especially ^i'o'r: ed ' to 'ihe demands of · the vbiisy modern housewife. A-s'eries-of advertisements ' in; the Tribune 1 addressed ' to 'Best' Cooks,', mentions various food .products mado by this company and offers suggestions for using them ini qujck 'easy meals. Sons, .arid:,daughters and:! their wives and husbands present for the occasion were Mr. and.MrsT'iA'. J; MaddoX 1 ' of McPherson',- Ka'n.,:Mr.; and Mrs. George'.Rogers of Bocky, Complete Body and Fender Repair ,;. ; 24-Hotrr'ifVi'eiclter^StrTic* ' -·'.·'· Factory DuplltaU Palntln»--Baked,On With lnfr«-R«* Wells Motor Co., Inc. 1108 Eighth AT*. . Pn6n« 2996 Okla ; ,'. Mr., arid..Mrs. Jack.Shupc of.Greeley, .Mr. -and Mrs!; Emmett Keller of Pralt,-Kan.,:Eslher Maddox o£. Jennings, Kan.; and Lillie arid Ellen'Maddox, -at-home:--. ; - Children unable to . attend .-were Mr...and -Mri. .George-.Maddox^and Mr. and Mrs. Joe 'Maddox,i all of Clovis, N.'MeK, Mr., arid Mrs. Carl Maddox of Denver and Lucy Maddox of Ann'A'rbor.'Mieh. r ·· -j- Mrs.- Maddox was born in Georgia in -J882 and herihusband in Tennessee in 1880. They were married at Port, 'Okla., where they-.liyed for 15 years. Later the -Maddoxes moved to SenlineV Okla., residing there,' until moving to Greeley.eighl years agoi-Maddox was .'engaged'in farming in Oklahoma. . : f j Sw*diih dhvtr, DK. «' 5 b t. 7 p.m./ Immanvtl Luttviran cfiureh, 14th Av«. and Lakatid* Drlva, »1.0C, chiWr.n'?I.OC. Ph.' ISiS «- : M*3J for r»«rv«tiori.'--Adv. - ' '.' · ·To qualify for Aggie' Angels, a woman^student'must have attended .AM three quarters prior to applying by-" written , applic||Hon. The;«ppIic'aHori must include the student's activities and grades from the ^previous quarter and the applicant's,over-all grade average. Much rice is planted by airplane in the United States. The couple,was married Dec.,4, 1895- at- Lintori.. Mills,-. Ohio.. .The following year, they moved to Kirwin; Kans., and in 1936 came to Weld:coimty, settling near-Hudson.. Later.they..moved.toia f a r m . n c a r Plallevillc and about 10. years- ago moved lo town. · . . . . . They .are . the. parents, of seven children.-Divighl,- nay; Ralph and John »Sarchcl ;ahd Mrs..i Earl (iilaucle) Brotcmarkle, all of Plalte-. ville, Mel Sarchct-of'FprHLtiptin and Mrs. Jay .(Pearl) Fuller.; of Caldwcll,-Idaho. .- ..... ..They, have:23 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren.. . ; .Mr's.-'Sarclict is .77 and he, 82. Both 1 are in fine-health. ' - . , - . A . 426-foot'statue of Christ ^111 be set up on a'hill 20 miles from Rome.'.ori a 126-foot high base housing a:museum devoled to Peace. W. glv. 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