Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 5, 1955 · Page 11
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oman 6 · Hel«3ii ? StepHeiisori . Is:Holida)t Bride,. Miss Helen Jean- Slc'phenson, daughler.oMIr. and Mrs. Cliarlcs C. Steph_(ns,on oOVcldjma, and Gordon parlson; "son" of Mr. and'Mrs. Hillis;,0.-j ) (;arbon,o£.Gill,- who were marrlejd^atVthe ·.-.Kvaniieiical : "FreV church before 300 giiesls on Sat- · urday evening, Nov.. 25, are now at htfme at 1127 Fourteenth avenue. Thcy^ si 56 "' their-honeymoon in a ' cabin near Estes Park!"' 1 ''' i ' V - The bride is a.gradu'a'te'of'jGill Hifih school andialtn'rJdVd''.T i rinity Serrtinary and Bibie'epllc^e'at .Chicago, 111'. Prior to herTnarriage she did practical nursiii;' at the 'Greeley Convalescent home,^ . ' " The groom is als'i a' Gill High nchool graduate · and', studied two years "at Trinity SfeminaryJ'a'nd Bib!e Collcee. He plans io.begin a pre- rncdical course at.'C'olbfado; State ·MHERA · PROJJCIOR ·PRWIEW SCREEN WILSON ·' AND ' WILSON- 3 8,h-Ave. photographic. Headquarters' College of .Education this next win tcr uuarler.- '» · * ! , ' · , · , · The. Rev. Ben C. Erickson, performed. . t h e ,Carlson-Stephenson louble ring.ceremony by candlelight. Mr. .Carlson gave his daug.i ler in marriage.-It w : . . - a . doubly riappy and important iccasion for .and his wifi as it was-their twenty-second .wedding anniversa ry. .- · . Candle, lighters, were .sisters of the 'bridal pairi.MIss June' Sfephen son and Miss Louise Carlson. Two large b'askets of white mums, tied with blue ribbons/ and white tapers in four candelabra decorated, the. altar. .Blue bow marked the pews «nd a single white candle burned-in each window of the church. ' ' ;.'_,'.;'· '· . '/;· Mrs. 1 Elizabeth. ;-Hplandcr,.. wa wedding organist and the". Rev.-Ed mdnd Erickson,' vocalist.'-He- sang At Dawning and-I-Love .Thee by Grieg. Rev. Erickson a n d - M i s s Marian Peterson sang A-Wedding Hymn in duct as tl)e couple knell fqr_ the final blessmg.. ".The bride's gown was .white.taf- feta and lace, princess style,,with calhcdral'train. Detail included a scalloped' : scoop : neckline, long sleeves with bridal points and tr m of;'seed pearls.': Vler .yeil of nylon fulie'was held by a Juliet.cap of lace- "adorned with seed : pearl Whit e -. but terfly orchid s and- fcath ercd .mums forined "her bouquet Her pearls were a glft'.'from the 'groom. Traditional articlcs.for luck included a handkerchief from South America for something old. Miss Jackie Steplienson was her sister's ' maid of nonur wearing slate blue gown, styled the same as HID bride's except for · length which was ballerina, and '-shor scalloped sleeves. Her halo of the same material as her .dress ^was trimmed withVbow oh either side Miss Uelores Peterson, cousin o the groom, and Hiss *!laine Furrow PIONEER Cleaners Distinctive Dry Cleaning Service V^V?2501.,7.th Ave. ..$+}{" Green''Stamps- Ph; 4103- Gordon Cirlion ind nic bridt,. th'i formtr Mill Htltri J»in SUphtriton. Wtdding photo by Wirrtn Crsil. ' of Gill were brides.rriaids. Their attire.was the same as the maid of honor's. Junior-bridesmaid was Miss Lenore Carlson'. Her slate blue princess -style ' dress was floor length'and featured a Peter Pan collar ; and'puffed sleeves trimmed in ..white ·-lace. The . attendants' dress.es .'tied in-.'back..with long sashes. , · . . : · . ' , · . Kathy, Furrow, dressed the'same as the junior bridesmaid, was flow- e r girl. . ; . , ' - . - , . . 'Djrryl Peterson, cousin of the groom, was best man. Ushers wer« Glen.H.eimer and Don-Mellin, Richard Furrow was, junior-usher... Mrs.. Stephensbn. chose .a "navy blue, dress ''and' ' fuchsia hat trimmed- in ..-navy blue 'for' her daughter's, wedding: The-groom's mother''wore, a mauve" 'pink^'dr a n d " while hat./Botli molhcrs hai corsages-of cymbidium. orchids. ' The wedding reception was licit al 9 o'clock -Jii.lhe chiirch parlor with'250 guests signing-Lhp register The tiride's table," covered with · white lace-.doth,, had a crysta aunch bp;vl-on either end Harikiu :he fiye;fier'ed white and blue wet ding- cake and -blue', tapers. ,Th« ca'ke w'as' cut"by Mrs. pUd. Jack son, aunt of the 1 groom, and Sirs Melyin'Whiitman, aunt o£ the bride Poiiring punch'were Miss'Caroly Jacobson,' cousin of tnie^bride, an Miss Shiiley^Reimer... ,- '".' * For traveling the bride 'donned iweed^ box-suit with black arid blu accessories arid ,1he" corsage fror her wedding. bouquet. 'Always preheat a drip coffee p" before"'brewing "'coffee 1 in it. X V, Smith Son gift ? she'd like to give herself-^ C'ispliflle dresses \,.\ . -\'.: calculated to set the most particular.fernlnirie" heart. a-flutter.' Fo'r'wise girls . know what the Nelly Don name mepns to fashion, fabric and fit/Tats fner P ' ro . m f h e ' r3age;S of Charm and slip them under.the tree--' · shell lpv«ypu for it! . '"'V-.:'. Mistletoe Ktnrn1.eiub"Wii! M«»-To««iir '. Grceley: Kennel club Is meet- ng Tuesday evening at 8 O'clock in Iho Northern Colorado ball- robing located next to the VFVY lall on Seventh aycruic. This will' be an impbrlant' session/'with several .major'.decisions to...be made. All members are urged to [o present. Anyone interested in joining the group .also- is wel-. come'.- Pegs' of any age .niay bo brought to the meeting, if they are accompanied by their owner,*. - . . .-··· -·--.-:' :,,·,-. ~ . Annual. Open 'House at 'Ericksbn's '.. lirickson's Greenhouses-, 712 Thir- eenth street, hcld,open housc.Sun- ay from 9. a. m.-.to 5 pl'nu'with a urge crowd 'attending the annual Vent of 'the pre-Christmas season. Guests were'grcete' in the morn- ng by Mrs.- ."Helen. Ericksorr C'al ins 'and .Mrs.; . Margaret ' Lawsori: ieceiying in- the {afternoon. were Irs. Arthur E. Erickson ana Mrs .ovina Lumari. "' .*:',, . * : Three prizes' were avard ; cd.' Mrs ilary Koehlcf of northeast' of Gree ey won ; first, choosing .a; 'large vhltc 'candie... piece with ' silveret ong'-.neetlle pines. · Second-, aware vont;Ho. Mrs. Marion .Ruylc, 140? t'iflcinth avenue, whose Christmas centerpiece was the .same as Mrs if chlcr's, only 'smaller. Thitd prize of a poinsettia plant was received by Mrs.' Lola Jasper,' 2217 Eighth ive'nue. - ,, ' " . ,, / ' .Tours through ' the greenhouse. vere conducted by the g r o w'e r ,yilliam Luzzrnorc.' Seasonal Hoiy ars Lh;blooin included . poinsettias cyclamen;! begonias, pepper plant and azaleas. People -spent mot time in ; the front" shop than m'pas years: They -were especially'intcr ested iti,the"'ma'hy Christmas hove ties including maby arrangement for TV s'ets.^ · " ' -.lmman'u«l .. Lulbtr'an. church, i having .its annual' Vsmorgasbor Tuesday evening from 5 to 7 o'cloc at the' bhufclu .'"·:; I ''.'· Kitchen, aid: baking ,soda is 'I excellent fire extinguisher. · The grandmothers, In Chapter BE i PEQ. took" o-;er the meeting Frl- ay.- They brought pictures 'galore E .their grandchildren and talked 6 their heart's coatent aibout~therh. Hostess was 'Mrs. W.'-D.^Farr. at home,. 1914 Fourteenth ave- ue. Co-hostesses at the 1'. o'clock unc he on \were.. Mrs, D; L, ; Roycr nd: Mrs. .Norman, Dean. ; » - ·' ." The 'pr.gram -opened with the randitiollicrs trooping in wearing uribonncts 'and singing The. ('rand- mothers -Are, Coming, HcighiHo! leigh- Hot- Their grandchildren's jlctiires were' pinned on them', worn as pendants or'tuckcd under their arms: Each .-one gave a'short ac- :ounl of their grandchildren telling amusing incidents and clever u s . ' ' - '. '" - --. '. , *· Mrs; C .Vi. QUbcrt was given a ladgeiof honor lor having the most [randchildreh, '19i and J.I ..' C.- E. ·ivans a'badge'for the largest number of 'great grandchildren]' five.' ', .Taking parf'were the'.' following lh9r grandmothers: Mesdamcs W, D.' Armentroul, W. R. Bcnlon, W E.' Bliss,; H. W. Farr, : J. ; \V. Han cock; Howard 'A.- Lang, Will Lynn Paul-McKce, E. E. Mohr..T. B Moodey, L: E. Opdyke, '" Nelson Reynolds, E S. Royer, fl A; Smith p. T. Snyder, TedStock/leth : and E E . Waldo. -: : , . ' · ' . - " · · ' . ' " . Next meeting of iho chapter, ;vil lie a b'usinoss session and 'Christ mas 'parly at the hume of Mrs. A F. Reeves Jr., 1808 . Fifteenth' avc nue, with Mrs.! W. E; Bliss and Mrs. Hugh Arnold as ' co-hostesses Time is 2:30 o'clock. Six prescription chcmisja to serv you atf'y'du'f/yfrlehdly'-: REXAL] stores. "SiiH" stamp's '.at 'Gilbert Bishop arid ' Weldorado · Drug's.-Adv. . · ' . : ; ' .." .- "··'·' ' · : Dr. Schumacher Chiropractor 1205 10th'Ave. . : . P h . 386 Christmas Fresh' Sate'd Nu(s . ' I'op'Cbfh : BaiIa '" Caramei . Apples'- . ',· ' ' ' ' ' ^Frozen - ; Dec.:5, 19i^ , _ GpEELEY TRIBUNE j^ 'T»i«) ·tlyity.' Pliy ;* , . . . Two prcsciiulions of 'the CSCE culty -Nativity play;. will be'given . the theater in t'rasier ha'll'Tucs- ay. One performaricc'ls at 3'p. -rn.; T students In .the ·college. labpra- tory school and ;tl»;V^''m;i"pir'' formance: is.··'for -^cpUegi : ·tud««iu and townspeople. 1 ',v';j'; -. : ;-;·".-.' The Ww-'theater with'It* .ipie»- did facilities; ind;Hghfing poisiWB- 1 tics provides;! fine'Kttinir/for 'ihli annual event.;''';, t '."; ; V-*; -.''. .T'"^'. AjSift with the purchqf· of J : this luxurious nisw pei iii-|8it|iyiet:.^-.' . '·'-· i' Famo'i/i Paikei ."51." p«ri . wilh Elcc'lia-PcliijiM point and - :' ^ Pencil thdl tharpcni IfMtf : ' · - · ' : d( li.wrilti.-falflt.cannat. bliokl · · ·· ;'.;'! :i Here'ia jift thot.il n*w. · = :-,' · ond diffcrcntl Kur.': .'a $3.95--- f '.;'- · ;. ^ liquid l«ad 7 P«ncii-F»H ,\i'' · ..':.. ; .vvjth |K* purehoM^of, '-^i '.;· ; tKii:.'-:S 1V. ll SlaKdoid 'S«:; : . :^:' SZOTenth 'Strept ' c ; . - n-^-' C H R I S T M A S Kibbon-ploid ihirtwpiJt, obove, tucled tailored-top,' llaring go ; ed slirt. Blue,. ..v r«cf bloclt,'green. S.ioHS, M.9S \ . . ., ' Bow-li« aingnam, cAler, ptelty woven . plaid, 'pique-collared, !o9-sU;led. Liloc, pinl, grey, opricol. S lo 18, 10.95 j --'· i The farftd giriiiriom »ujt, ngnl. I«n3 ' 1 and slim. jHavy, **$· brown'or black p!aid._ 10 lo 20 iritl custom sijes,.(or^e"ihoiler ligure, 10C)6'20C."12.95' An Annual Christmas Event at This Store - Now:ih r time for holiday gifts . . . You can choose from a large showing of-the newest, untri.mmed and fur trimmed .coats at'unexpected savings . .-. nationally known fanjousv-;,.!y : ;i ,name coat fashions . . -. Gome early for the-best selections.·,'*:;'·-· ' , at these prices. ; · = · - , : · - . . - - . · ' · · . · . . . ; · - · ' . ...V-- - - . , Untrimmed Goats and Toppers .34.75 Toppers ....::::^l..:..:...:,.:.,....^. Now 27.95:-:" :.,''· ',' 49; 1 95-'cdats...:;.;.^. v .:i..:.LJ..:;:.:;. v .^..Now 59.95 Coats ;.;.!_::.:..±.,...;...::.l.. : . r .. Now Coats ..J.':. ^J.lj:^. Coats _.;.;;.;,,,,.;;.. Coats : .'. ....... ,:..!. ... J 63 .-?? ,,;...::;;,,.-..:.. Now 77.95. .-."--^--"- Now 86^95 Fur Trimmed Coats n 5.00 'GcjQts i..:..:: r ;.._.'..v.:-....i:.i..v. NOW 86.95; 133.(X) CM'ts.:;..:-.';;:^;..^.:...:::.^.;.':.-;:;^^ 99.95: Half Pri^|at Choice assortment.of winter 1 /'figisVv'-. 1 .'.'f.B.eqvers, Velours.,' ·Soleils "and, felts . . . " black/brpwri-'ond'colors. -·'-.-.,.- ^ZKK-±....iNpw 3.95 to 12.45 jLl-' 7 · O ' IP ' · ith Son FAMOUS NAME FASHIONS

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