Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 24, 1961 · Page 13
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Pierce Couple Wed Recently Miss Judy Annelle Wolfe became the bride of Howard 0. llaagensen in a ceremony last Wednesday afternoon at the Belli*l naplisl Ohurch. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Wolfe and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Haagcnscn. Roth families are from Pierce. The Rev. Frank Volh officiated al Ihe double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a blue two-piece blue knit dress with white caplel and short veil. She wore a while orchid corsage ant white accessories. Mrs. Beverly Snyder, sister ol the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a blue mibhy tweed shealh with a while orchid cor sage. Keith llaagcnsen, brother ot Ihe bridegroom was besl iwjn. The bride is a senior al fierce High School where she is active in Pep Club and Giris Chorus. She was a delegate to Girl's Stoic. The bridegroom is a 193fi graduate of Pierce High .School. He served three years in the army. Ilaagcnscn is presently employed by Coors al Golden where the couple will be at ho.ne. Salty Shelter GENESEO, N. Y. (AP) - Civi: defense officials in this Western New York area have suggested using the Relsof salt mines a few miles away as a city-sized fallout shelter. The mines, between 900 and 1,200 feet underground, cover on area about the me of Manhattan Island. "pRINTEb~PATTERN Lamoas Sorority Installs Officers I Mrs. Rnlpli Reynolds opened her home at 1850 I2lh Ave., lo members of the I.ampas Sorority Thursday. She was assisted by Mmes. L. C. Brancn, Robert Porl er am! D. K. Dodd. A dessert with fall motif was served lo the 2o ucnibers present. Installation was held for the ollowint! new officers: Mrs Ralph Valdo Jr.. president; Mrs. Lena S. Nittler, secretary-treasurer; ind Mrs. Hilding Berg, 'charit) 'hairman. Other officers will be Mmes jam Williams, M a r v i n Funk Marion Harmon and Frank Jack It was announced that the so ·orily had performed 865 acts of social service during the past year. Aid to UN1CEF was a special project cncoiu-aged b; ihe president, Mrs. David J. Mil ler. Next meeting will be Nov. 16, al (he home of Mrs. W .L. Knies at 1854 I2th Ave. Mr. nd Mr». Jim«« E. Byb«. Photo by Wind«r. 2QO Attcuid Windsor Wedding St. John's Lutheran Church at[sidney. Neb. and Melvin Cham. Windsor was the scene of tlic-beit. of Greeley, St. Clare's Guild Hears Dr. Arthur Partridge jTucs., Od. 21. l O f i l C K K K f . K Y T K f R U N K Pajre I* Greena wait- Evans Engagement Told Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. C. K. Evans of 2IM (llenfair Dr., announce the engagement of their [lighter, Karen f/inise. to 1'l.ilip ISchuylcr Kreeiiawall. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dixon Grccna- walt of n Silver Lake Drive, Hum- mil, N. J. Miss Evans was graduated from Anchorage High School, Anchorage, Alaska, nnd is a sophomoio nt Ilic University of Colorado ma- 'ioring in i:lilic:d science. She is active ill Spur, sophomore worn ·en's honorary and the Hongis '; [Program antl is on Ihe staif of ; jthe University of Colorado I.iler- j a i y Magn/inc. Her soiurily is Chi Omega. , Grci-iiawaU is n gradu;i1c cfl PingV School al Kli«iliclh. N. .!.,'"' and is a senior al the Universitv Karen Evans lege, gave the program on "Church and Stole" al the Oc- Mr. and Mn. William Le Roy Mytrt. Photo by Kadlccck. T Chapel Scene of Wedding , , , ll ' y fl ' nm Alilsk;l C "'" Kv;;ns TM« ,'" 1 ' ll "' cc ·"'·'" ; ' 1 I- of Colorado majoring in finance". 1 *TM' Kl TM Ar.choi ay. He is presiilcnl of Ir.c senior] Tla« at Ihe. University and .1 S t i c k V / i f h Solk member of the Student Senate.. j l l i s fralerniiy i= Acacia. | C A N H K K H A -- Australia h a s " ' N'o definte wcddinj.' dale ii.vs'circidcd in cir.linuc using Salfc ' j been set. |p:il:u va cino iiislcacf of uriil livu ' The bride-elect's falhrr is pin-' vat-uncs. fi.'ssur of air science a' Colorado! Slale College. The family moved USE THE T R I B U N E WANT ADS ; Farr Chapel of the First Con- The s e r v i n g table was arranged .- lober dinner meeting of St. gregalional Church was the scene with a wedding centerpiece and; Clare's Guild, held last week in' · · ··· · -·· the Parish Hall of Trinity Episco- Mrs. Maynard McDonald of 2515.and white were served wilh cof- pal Church. 11 was announced wedding Saturday of Marlon Hanselmann and James E.-Bybee. Tiie bride is Ihe daughter of the Rev. W. H. Hanselmann of Windsor who gave her in marriage and performed the double ring ceremony. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Fern Bybee of Har- risbnrg, Neb. Keith lUissetl was organist. He accompanied Paul Hanselmann who sang "For You Alone" and "The Lord's Prayer." For. the afternoon ceremony, the aliar was decorated with Iwo thai (lie gj CSJiUlUllill k.,HU[CI] Wda U1O atCLIU U l l l l a ^ v u l l l l l f c V V - I M I . i (MVV*. ..,,..; of Ihe wedding of Miss Nancy pink tapers, Individual cakes and McDonald, daughter of Mr. and min'.s in the bride's colors of p i n k . United Thank Offerings are due Nov. g and that Ihe annual ba zaar .would be held Nov. 2. Si. Clare's members are lo liclp the night before, meeting at 7:30 p.I m., to prepare a booth. The are Following the ceremony, a re-'lo bring paper bags, wrapping ception was held at St. John's paper and plastic containers for . . 14th Ave. Ct., and William I* Itoyjfee, poured by Mrs. Itolwrl Koch, Myers, U.S. Marine Corps, son o f ' a n d punch, served hy Miss Kran- Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Myers ol ' 112 27lh St., Friday evening al 7 o'clock. pe Parish Hall wilh 200 guests at- iending. After a short honeymoon in the mountains, the couple is al home at 506 16th St. For going away, Ihe chose a blue floral-print jersey] dress with a scooped neck, three- quarter sleeves and a skirl of tin- iressed pleats, Her accessories verc black and she wore match- ng jewelry. The bride is a graduate of food. Serving of the bazaar luncheon will start at 11:30 a.m., and the "Continental" dinner at 5:30 o'clock. The Rev. Frederick W. Hyslop u jrformed Ihe double ring ccre-!;i ces Myers, sister of Ihe bridegroom. The newly weds arc graduates of (Irccley High Sclrool, he in 1!J5'J :\nd she in 'GO. BY m. DIAMOND BROKERS .,, D I A M O N D SHOWINCS A P P O I N T M E N T ONLY Call El, 3-:i,T10 Nov. II is the dale of bride month's dinner meeting. Hat Started Riot LONDON mony in the presence of the. inv; '\-] }C bridegroom enlislcd in the mediate families. The bride wasJMarines July 4, 19.W and has just escorted lo the altar and given| conl p|e[ed 18 weeks ot Naval pho- in marriage by her father. Tlie'( 0 grapby school al Pensacola, candles were lighted by Tim Mc-|i"|a. Ho has been hoir.e nn 20-dny Donald, brother of the- bride. Heave and will report next WCL-!; A cocktail dress of beige bro-!lo (he Marine Corps Air Station cade wilh bell shaped skirt, ItncCjOt F.I Toro, Calif, length, was worn by the bride The bride is employed by Cen- wilh a small beige hat wilh nose'lrol Bank and Trust Company in i ITOT r i n noil, vc 'l. bcifi 6 sali » gloves and coralincnvcr as a secretary, beginning In 1797 John lleth- ,,_.:., _ * · _ _ _ . , _ aihc[ . ^ { ^ K a m(m[h agr sh , next erlon wore Ihe first high beaver] ' Ii7ard shoes. Her IxMirpict was hal in Iondon. At the sight, Londoners rioted. Hetherton was arrested for creating a disturbance. cascade of coral carnations and!previously was employed for six tephanolis. Wear them together or sep rately--this dashing (but easy lo-se\v) trio gives you lots changes! Nole how long neckline of jerkin reveals the blouse. Prinled Paltern 4750: Teen Sizes 10. 12, 14, 16. Size 12 jerkin skirt take 1% yards 54- inch; blouse l''i yards 39-inch. Send 35 cents in coins for this pattern -- add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, (Greeley Tribune S63), Patlern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly name, address with zone sire and style number. FALL'S 100 BEST FASHIONS --separates, dresses, suits, en-j sembles, all sizes, al! in our new| Pattern Catalog in color. Sew for: yourself, family. 35c. M E M 0 R I A M j baskets of rust, yellow and while mums. Hie bride wore a floor-length gown of white Alencon lace fashioned with an empire bodice, and a scalloped crescent -neckline embroidered with pearls and se quins. The long fitted sleeves tap ered at the wrists to a gentle »int over the hands and Ihe ful skirl was delicately scalloped in a panel down thft front. A double- star pearl crown, embellished with sequins, held a finger-tip veil of silk illusion and she carried s cascade bouquet of white mums and roses with a removable corsage of white and maize roses. Her only jewelry was a double-strand of pearls. Mrs. William Boyken, sister ol the bride, was matron of honor. Carl Bybee, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Wesley Cook o ended Colorado Stale College. The bridegroom is a graduate of Harrisburg High School al Harrisburg. Nob. He atlended CSC for llirce years. WMD Club Plans Party For Husbands Saturday Members of Wives of Monfor Drivers Club will enterlain their husbands wilh a costume party and dance at 8 p.m., Saturday at ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Willcls, 1145 33rd Ave. The party .was planned al a recent meeting of the club al the home of Mrs. Cecil Meyer on East 18th St. Mrs. Joe Maldanndo became a new member, Mrs. Meyer was assisted by Mrs. Harold Molhershed and Mrs. |Ron Wailes who gave a demon - ]stration on using make-up. In lime heaver hats became so valuable they were often, left as bequests in wills. Pioneer Aviator Dies WASHINGTON (AP)-Albeii I I.odwick, 57, a pioneer in aviation training, died Sunday after a brain operation. I-odwick, wlw was head of Lodwick Aircraft In rfustries, Inc., in I*akeJand, Fla., was born in Mystic, Iowa. Ex-Secretary Dies HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP)-Wil liam R..Davlin, 60, Pennsylvania secretary of commerce since 1955, died Sunday of cancer. Davlin, widely regarded as an authority on industrial development, at one time served with the U.S. Department of Commerce. He was born in Wisconsin. /IMC ' - I " Imnnths i n ' t h e law otlices of Alt- After the ceremony the bride's'''° f f . Chapman and Stcininark. parents were hosts at a wedding! dinner al the Driftwood. I J o l y s D a u g h t e r 5 W i l l For going away the b r i d e ' M H a l f - H o u r E a r l i e changed to a gray wool dress edged with whilo satin. Her ac- job's Daughters will hold its cessories were black and her meeting at 7 p.m., Wednesday corsage was of Ihe same floweis as her wedding bouquet. instead ol 7:30 p.m., al Ihc Masonic Temple. The meeting will WHAT IS A D I A M O N D H K O K K K ? HP [s a man who beli.s only ijicimmuls. p r i m a r i l y wholesale, but if lin sells lo the inililic: t h e n Ills i i r i n i r i :iro far less t h n n n o r m a l retail d u e to s p c u i a l i z u l i o a ;iml Ic^s lniKitiC'*a The N o r m a l retail p r i c e is shown fur c iniiparirion o u l * . . . All diamonds :it .lack Kllsworlli iro:ii|i:uiy am B R O K E R P R I C E D w h i r h is A L W A Y S f n r lehs l l i i i n Ihi! average nor- ni.nl i-L'liiil of tliainmicls nf ermal n i i n l i t y . Comiinrn price null q n a l i l y for y n n r s c l f . ASK FOP. AN E X A C T Q U A L I T Y A P P R A I S A L B E F O R E P U R C H A S I N G A N Y D I A M O N D . TERMS CAN BE A R R A N G E D No. 10S-106W V e r y f i n e , liisll |ii:ilily 1 C A R A T enter ilhiuoud wilh 7 iiiali-hoil sinallrT dismi»uds w m u h i i i i ; ", Ciirnl i:t t h i s woddiui; sol. \'*\i\ I 'i'ol;ii moinl \vei"tu in ^ f t CARATS. Compare lln! i t y ^tul l^vic't; [if 11li:H^ lilonOs. A N Y W H E R E . N o r m a l retail a p p r o x . $1 IGa.CO B R O K E R S ^TKT 00 r1 " 3 P R I C E .. _ 1 M B 'I'^x CONFIDENTIAL A P P R A I S A L S FOR INSURANCE OR LOANS BY APPOINTMENT. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. McDonald be held a half hour early lie- were hosts ot an open house all cause of high scJiool JootbaJI Ihei'r home from 2 to 5 p.m., Jion- oring their daughter and new son-in-law. Around 70 friends and relatives of the bride and groom games. Some fastidious' cooks like to keep an oven plank especially for from C7reclcy, Niitin, Gill, Denver broiling fish. The plonk should be 'anjl Longmont signed Ihe guesl greased well before the fish is. book, kepi by Miss Nancy Koch placed on it. DIAMOND BROKERS 211 First National Bjnk Building Avenue Courtesy Parking 913 IHh St. Store H o u r t Daily 9:30-5:30 Monday 9:30-8:30 Fridjy 9:30-8:30 BROSSMAX October 23 -- In memory of a wonderful father, Walter I). Brossman. All my love, daddy. Your daughter Alice DID YOU KNOW? . . . T h a i there is a large selection of f i n e Stereo music on Pre-recorded rape at Wilson 4 Wilson Camera i H i - F i Studios, 1.M3 Stli Ave. ... For Easy Shopping Open a Convenient Charge Account low brilliance High score shirtdress 14.98 Tender loving care is lavished on our JEAN SUTTON casual dacron polyester and cotton ihirf dress . . . in tlia new dart shac'ei . . . three-quarter buttoned s t e p - i n ityle . . . MacMullan hand tailored collar, triple-slifched, roll sleeved, softly pleated full itirt , . . wash and wear. In black or turquoise Sizes 10 to 18. EARLY FALL NEWS: CREPE AND THE FLARE S Torsade and Colonnade k ^ by T Imiu Faehion'i rope t r i c k s ,. . \Yic new?, t e x t u r e ! Choose Tar sad e in all j;oK!en or p l a t i n u m loncd Trifaninni or an i n t e r w e a v i n g of both. Colonnade comes in golden or platinum-toned T r i f a n i u m interlaced with t i n y prelentl pearls; also golden-toned with fake turquoise or jet Iicade NeckUce $7.SO, Kricclel $5.00, Earrinfta $5.00, Longer Necklace $12.50. Prices plus ui. The unmistakable signature of Young Viewpoint in a figure- f l a t t e r i n g rayon crepe dress wilh gently -irapcil and jewel pinnerl neckline. Slenderizing eight gore skirl, smartly flares into an easy hemline for versatile dressing that goes anywhere. Green, brown, Mack,, red, bine. Custom Sizes 12'/i to 22 1 /;. 34.95

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