Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 10, 1957 · Page 24
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 24

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 10, 1957
Page 24
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Page 12 GREELEY TRIBUNE Monday, June 10, 1957 m oman , Jesephint Miller, Editor Rex Taylors Visit in Colorado and Montana Mr :i^irt Mrs Ilex Taylor '·( Bladcn.sburg, -Md., spent lasi wc-i'k. here vising his i)arcnt, Mr. anil i Mrs. A. A. Taylor of 1310 Seventh avenue. The Maryland residents' came lo M'C their sou, Stanley K u - : gene T;ilir. j'ci-t'ivi- liis decree ·'-·; doctor of veterinary ninhcine from Culorado Sink: I'niviTsily in Fort I Collins. Following ihe g r a d u a t i o n , the I group had dinner at the Northern hotel. Taylor will set up his practice in Hunan, Mont, lie and his wife, Alice, and their daughter. Traccy, and his parents arc driving to Montana. The Marylanders will return lo Greelcy and visit relatives in Denver and Iladdcn before returning home sometime in July. Marrlag* Licenses Allen Fredrick F'alnic|ilisl and Mary Thiltgcn Slrieff, liolh of Groc- ley. Franklin ft. Johnson Jr. and Hetty Marie Thomsen, holh of Grccley. Stephen Liniic Eilginglon of Dacono and Barbara Sullins of Denver. Bcnilo Ricardo Mars of Denver and Ruth Eunice Maldanado of Grccley. Ernesl Pineda and Mary Ann Griogo, bolh of Kersey. L. 1 Lee Cross and l,avcll» Marlane liordon, both of Lovcland. Jackson Slcclc Pecaut of Sioux Cily, Iowa, and Marjory Carol Smilh of Grcelcy. Nicaragua sells most of iU principal crop, coffee, to the United .Stales. How'Wedding Party Lines Up at Reception Welcome Wagon Newcomers ami Newcomers alumnae, joint: lunclieon. Country club, 12:45;! .Mad Halter parly. j Worthwhile Workers 11D club, I Mrs, Kenneth Benson, northeast! of Creclcy, 2:00. I Snowdakc club. Mrs. I . a r r y j Merry Mitroni Arniild, 2509 Thirloriiln a v e n u e . ' E n j o y Dtiiert WCTU, electric lounge, 2:00; ' nole change of place. MM. Ovid Plumb Entirtaint JFF Mrs. Ovid Plumb, east of Crce- . L/VIU nujno, CUM 01 uii:c- . ley, vnlertained 13 members ol|JJ^TM' JFK at a covered dish tuncheun last week. This was Ihe final me«t- Uljtii iau. Mrs. Le« Archer, Mrs. Mae Green anil Mrs. Joe Bihain. Following Ihe luncheon, 500 was . . . , played, wilh M scorer. Prizes Hphanls. I Fall meeting I -- ,. « r c h p r f,i° were whUe ·tins will be announced. Guests for the alUrnwin w e r e ' U S E THE T R I B U N E WANT ADS VFW ·uxllltry will hold lit hoi. pital sewing day Tuesday at the home nl Mrs. Roy Ahreod, 2117 Seventh sveniif. Mcmbfrs are lo meet at 1:30 o'clock. This li a change from the calendar notice. 1UC G t v a l Ixalli'WuS auu IjUk Rivers merge at Charleston, W. V«. Hccclvuic line usually slands like this: Mother of the bride, father of the bride, mother and father of the #room, the bride, groom, maid of honor, bridesmaids. The bride's father may choose to circulate among the guests instead of standing in line, llcsl r.'ian and ushers are not part of the ling. Progressive ill) club. Mrs. llcnsel Phclps, HOI Twentieth slrccl, ].-;jO; guest day; note change of dale. Typographical Union auxiliary, Mrs. Glenn Billings, Reservoir road, 8:00. Navy Mothers, Illue Flame roum, installation. club, Sam's Slonk House, clec- Merry Matrons were enlerlaiped :jl it dc.ssorl I'riday hy M r s . Blanche Salllcy of ' K'U Ninth Elrccl. Ten members and a gucsl, Mrs. Iliilh L;iar were prcdL'nl. Plans were completed lot the an nual picnic to be licid J u l y 25 at IV home of Ml. an-, Mrs. Ralph McEwen, 2008 N i n t h avenue. Mrs. Edna Jensen will assume Evening Belies Toastmistress lhc (lul . ics "' president at the Sept. 6 meeting at the home of Mrs. Guy Jones, 1201 Fourlcenlh avenue. R. Gary Zick Optometrist CONTACT LENSES I'h. G74 1008 9lh Avc. lion. GC, Mrs. Grace Dnmclr, 1115 Cipson Social club, Mrs. W a l l e r ' I v S C n G F 01 1116 169F K. Ward to cnlcrlain al home o f ] Mrs. Itnhcrl McKcnzic, 2130 Fourteenth nvcnue court. SOOH, Masonic Temple, lunch- c(in in honor of grand worthy piTsidenl; initiation following. Friendly Neighborhood club of Evans, cancer sewing, Mrs. Ros- [ coc Miller, Evans, 9::iO. OKSN, Ida Dcffkc hoslcss, lOOF hall, 8:00; joint memorial service witfi Odd Fellows lo follow regular mccling. I l i a w n l h n council No. no, Degree of I'ocnhontas, drill learn dinner, shelter house, Island Grove, 0:30; Mrs. Douglas Stephens, hoslcss. Gilcrcst Top O 1 lhc Morniu' Garden club, Mrs. Lloyd R u m - scy; program, Whnl's New In Gardening, 0 lo 11 n. m. Odd Followi and Rebekahi will h o l d joint nicmorird services Wednesday evening al 8:30 o'clock nl lhc. IOOF hall, following lhc regular Rcbeknh mccling. Public is invited l o ' a t t e n d . St. Pclcr's Calhedrul In Home can accommodate nbout 5,400 worshipers. Mn, Ellie Leo Kahl, abovt, smllei after btino named "Teach tr of Ihe Year," June 6, at Alh villa, N.C., by the General Feder atlon of Women's Clubi of Amer lea. She It from Phovnlx, Ariz AP Wlrephofo) SPECIAL OFFER! WALLACE CUSTOM STAINLESS STEEL 16 PIECE STARTER SET SET CONTAINS * 4 Teaipoont ilr 4 Dinner Forks ^ 4 Soup Spooni * 4 Hollow H a n d l e Dinner Knivei "CIRCE Regular 24.95 Special Offer HURRY--LIMITED TIME OFFER BUDGET PAYMENTS Jewel ru Stork Express Drama in Color Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnulfo! Lopez of Roulc 2 a son S a t u r d a y , ; June S, il Weld Counly General | hospilal. I Born lo Mr. ami Mrs. David j Slroman of 2500 Ninlli slrccl a ; daughter Saturday, June 8, at Weld j County General hospital. i Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Jean i Donald Gardner of Denver a) daughter Saturday, June 8, at Weld County General hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kiehard W. Wilson of Windsor a daughter Saturday, June 8, al Weld Counly General hospital. Born to Air. and .Mrs. Kstehnn Perez of Route 3 a daughter Sal- urday, June 8, al Weld County General hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Hallos of Windsor a daughler Sunday, June 9, at Weld Counly General hospilal. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. George W. Salzman of 4 Elliott court a son Sunday, June 9, at Weld Counly General hospilnl. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Burgoss of 930V4 Twcnliclh avenue a daughter Sunday, June 9, at Weld County General hospital. Born lo "Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Ruibal of 314 Eighth avenue daughter Sunday, June 9, at Weld County General hospilal. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Don Walker of Brush a daughter June 5. She weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and has been named Cynthia Lee. Mrs. Walker is the former Bcrncce Honstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Honslein of Evans, Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Ethel Walker of Greeley. Walker is employed by the slate highway department at Brush. Mothers in Johannesburg, South Africa, were warned lo strap their babies of crawling age into their "prams", afer a child was strangled In falling from its perambulator. Engaged . The fluid line for -summer is utilized jp this black and white fashion. High neck and loft pleats give a classic look. The engagement of Miss Winona Peterson, above, to Edwin N, Hanson is being announced by her parents, Lhe Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Peterson of Denver. Hanson's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanson of northeast of Grccley. Miss Pelcrson was graduated from Englcwood High school. She attended Colorado Slale University in Fort Collins and is now a student at Colorado Slalc College of Education. While at CSU, Miss Peterson was treasurer of Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honorary, president of the AAUW Cooperative house, director of music at lhc First Church of God in Forl Collins and a member of the CSU a cappclla choir. Her father is pastor of Ihe Clovcrdnlc Church of God in Denver. « Hanson is a graduate of Grccley High school. He is attended CSU. The Grcclcyile is a member of the College days committee and Inter-Varsity Christian fellowship. Air Attache's Daughter and Page Boy Missing WASHINGTON W) -- A search was on Saturday for a- Senate page boy and the pretty blonde lecn-agc daughter of a Swedish air allachc slationed here. The girl's father said the. young couple "possibly" has eloped. Police in eastern states were aleried lo be on the lookout for Christina Wennerslrom, 16, and Huw Williams, 17. They have been missing since Sunday. Police indicaled that so far they see nolhing sinister in the disappearance. The girl's father, Col.'Stig Wen- nerslrom, said "we think she is m love wilh him--and vice versa." Missions Praised NEW YORK wi -- The Ambassador from Bolivia to the United States has praised American mission schools in his country for producing democratic leaders. The Hon. Victor Andradc told a recent meeting of Proleslant mission leaders gathered at the annual dinner of the Commitlec on Coopcralion in Lalin America: "Againsl an often turbulent political background, (he sleady in- flcnce of the American mission schools in my counlry has served to awaken the social consciousness of Ihe people." He said Ihe American Institute in La Paz, Bolivia, has been the main source of his country's democratic leaders. Their Christian training, he said, was largely responsible for many of the reforms undertaken in the "new Bolivia." USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS For All Your NEEDS AND SERVICE PHONE LA SALLE 25 Free Estimates LaSaile Hardware LaSalle, Colo. CONSTIPATED? 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