Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 10, 1957 · Page 29
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 29

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 10, 1957
Page 29
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Episcopal Church Scene of Wedding In a beautiful candlelight wedding Friday evening at Trinity Episcopal church, itits Jerre Lee Fred- crikscn, daughter of Mr. and Mri. Arthur J. Frederiksen o( 2126 Sixteenth street, became the bride of John E. Buttcrwcck. son of Mr, and Mri. John Butterweek of 1620 Montview boulevard. Double ring nuptiala vows were exchanged before ISO guests. The Rev. Charles V. Young officiated at the 8 o'clock icrvice. which included the ceremony of the bridc'a candle. It will t-e lighted by the couple on each anniversary. The hride'i father gave her in marriage. The church was softly lighted by Ihe glow from many candles including those oa the altar, in brackets on the pew ends and in seven- branched floor candelabra en either side of the chancel iteps. Acolytei were Keith and Dale Shaw. Pink and white carnations graced the altar and family pews were I marked with white latia bows. j Misi Mary Kay Swan of Denver, CSCE junior, was wedding organist. Wilson J. Fredling of Sedgwick, formerly of Greeley, was vocalist. He sang 0 Perfect Love and The Lord'! Praytr. The bridc'a gown was a lovely creation of white Chantilly lace and tulle over white ilipper satin. The lace bodice was pointed at the waistline and fashioned jvith keyhole neckline accented by a standup collar which closed at t h e . throat. The keyhole detail was repeated on the long, fitted ilecvcs, the pattern being formed by match-, Ing scallops of the lace. The bouf-' fant, floor length skirt of tulle had three bands of wide, scalloped lace. There were Iwn underskirts, one of tulle and the other of satin. A brim of pleated nylon tulle, framed with oman Jotopnln. Mlllor. Idilor 6 I acii 1 d John E. Buttirwtck and his bride, tho former Mist Jirro Loo Fredorikson. Wtdding candid by Goor?a Boaudry, Liberty Studio. Enjoy Our "Casual" 13th Avenue Beauty Shop Ferma Manweiler KM 13th Av'e. Ph. 601 seed pearls, held her fingertip veil of illusion. On her white prayer book, which was a gift from her mother, the bride carried-a cascade of pink Garnctt rosebuds centered with French violets, intertwined with strands of dainty pink pearls and tied with pink satin ribbon. Her single strand of pearls wai a gift from the groom. The bride's something old wai a handkerchief which had belonged to her late paternal grandmother, Mrs. Martha Frederikscn of Sedgwick; something new, her gown; Wonderful Gift Suggestions For The most eloquent accolade of all, a fine Watch ScanMaster: aelf-wlndlng, w a t e r dust and ahock-reliltant, 195 to HOO. Other Watehet at low at _ _ · Elgin · Bulova · Omega · Cruen '10°° · Hamilton Gold Cuff Links and Tie Clasp Set $1,50 Many matching sets in both modern and novelty design. Some stone set combinations. All popular brands ef Shavers Chseie nor--brlna We old Shaver In for a liberal tride- In allowance afttr Father'a D./. · Sthlck · Bulova · Remington · Ronssn · Sunbeam · Nortlco Many Other Gifts To Choote Frcm! · Billfold · Barometer · Tie Bar · Watch Band · Pen and Pencil Sets · Ring · Radio · Ballpoint Pen · Travel Clock Cigarette Lighters Use Your Credit -- It Costs No More Wi Glv« Crten Stamps Your Quality Jcirclcr - - =, S19 Tenth St. and borrowed and blue, her veil and wedding garter from the ma Iron of honor. The lucky sixpence in her slipper was loaned by Mrs. Robert G. Cummings. Mrs. Richard Frani of Denver, the former Patricia Reynolds ol Greeley, was matron of honor. She and the bride were classmates ir junior and senior high school and college. The former Miss Fred enkfcn was maid of honor at her wedding two years ago in the same church. Miss Dcanne Goetsch, who will be a June 23 bride, was brides maid. They wore gowns fashionet the same of embroidered taffeta styled with softly gathered skirt street length, and panel-effect bod ice with olf-shoulder drape which formed a V in the back. Comple menting their costumes were ban deaux of white carnations and cas cade bouquet! of the same flowers with a bit of orchid mums, tied with pink latin. Tom C. Butterweck was his brother's best man. · Ushers were Doug Frederiksen, brother of the bride. Bill Marschner of Denver, classmate of the groom at dental college, and Lyna Hurt. 4ml ri pliiM ttttm wttk ortr- drtii of misty jreen lift trfaua. The print wat a light |rt*n with darker irten leaves. Her hit tad icreitoriti were white and her corsi(e wai of,pink Dcllfht met. A chalk blue (heath wai worn by he groom'i mother. Her flower lat wai the same color, with rhinestone hljhjiihts. Her coraate wn of pink rows. The wedding reception was held in the Parish hall following the ceremony. Three tablet were used, .he first being centered with a large white wedding candle which [he groom bought in Albuquerque, N. M., for his bride last September, month after their engagement. The candle wat wreathed at its ob- ong base with shattered pink ear- lationt tied with pink pi cot ribbon. The second table held the wedding cake, which wai surrounded by jink roses and plomia aid flanked }y two-branched crystal cande- abra with pink tapers. Centering the third table, where punch and coffee were aerred, wai a low, oblong arrangement of pink and white carnations and white snapdragons. Mr*. II. C. Adami of Merna, 't'eb., and Mrs. D. G. Chamberlain, auntt of the bride, poured. Mrs. Gohe and Mrs. Clarence Durnham served the cake. Miss ue Woodward of Boulder, former- y of Creeley, bad charge of the ;ift table. The guest book was kept y Mrs. Arthur L. Daniels, the former Miss Lynda Mae Golze, who wax married June 1. Out-of-ttate gueiti included: Urt. eorge Melin, aunt of the groom, and her ion and daughter. Jack and Martha Melin, of Hinsdale, III; Mrs. H. E. Hart, aunt of the rroom, of Galesburg. 111.; Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Chamberlain, coutini of the bride, of Coronado, Calif.; and Tom Woodford of Hereford, Tex. The bride and groom are ipend- bg their honeymooTin the mountains at Redfeather Lakes and In Wyoming. On return they will b« at home at 111* Fourteenth avenue for the summer. After September they will live in Kansat City, Mo., where the groom will continue hit itudiet at the Kaniat City Dental school at a second year student. For going away the bride donned a figured turquoise and white pongee dress with matching turquoise dust er of linen weare thantung, which the had made. Her corsage wai the violet! from her bouquet. The bride is a 19S4 graduate ol Film Star Keeps Trim Monday. June 10. 1957 GHEELEV TRIBUNE Page 15 ' By VIVIAN BROWN AP Nowffaahiroi Boauty Idltor It't Important to keep the figure trim vhen you npirr to i Hollywood circcr, ai there illustrated by BICYCLE POSE . . hips and podal away to pool tncho! off hips and stimulate tho circulation. Hrlpi waist.- thapely Venetia Stevenson, under contract to pictures, now appearing in TV productions. A top model before the entered films, she keeps her lithe curves by exercising each day in I routine that is as important to her as daily makeup before a mirror. Any exercise should be practiced with genuine enthusiasm to be effective. It should emphasize zoom and bounce with vigor to help whittle off extra pound!. A dreary runthroush of an exercise will just prove tiring, anil not of fer any advantage in lost inches or Grandma Wed 11 Years LOUISA, Ky. If! - It was 11 yean ago Saturday that "Shorty" and "Grandma" Sprouse hiked 23 milei from the mountain community of Catt Creek to begin their now-famed marriage. Grandma) the former Mri'. Matlie Large Lyon, was 79 and Del bert "Shorty" Sprouse 18. WAIST WHITTLER . . . Pool Inchts off tho midriff If Iht dual action of twisting and binding, tirod oxorcise. they wtre wed. Now Grind ma It and Shorty » - still a difference of 61 years. Grandma compliments her husband for hit home-loving ways. "He never itayctl 'way fron me a night in all 11 years," ihe laid. Thousands of British Girl Guide! are taiins free'Instruction in the ·hen 1 use of modern tewing LIMBER . . tractto Vonotla Stivtnson triti to touch her hood to toot, a good musclo rotator. Besides bring a talented actor, James Ni*Arthur U also a licensed electrician. His mother is stage itar Helen Hayes. Basic Sheeth Has Many New Tricks By DOROTHY ROE often achieve more effective fashions that women who have an unlimited clothes allowance. The bride's mother wore a print jStrong. Lorain. Ohio. Greeley High school and attended' Associated Pross Womon'i Editor Colorado State college a year. She j is employed by the National Farm Loan association,' having worked there for two year*. The groom is a 1W2 graduate of Greeley High school and received his degree from Colorado State College in 1««. Wooden Excuse ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. UT-A JJ year old WAF told municipal Judge Stephen A. Damico the operated an auto on this resort'! famous hoard- walk hut her excuse couldn't pre- virt a $25 i".re and Ii on a care- ie«s nrivu.; charge. j "I T,«S a ffanger ir, town and it looked like a street," laid Regina sheath so that it leads multiple lives. Local sewing center experts Girls on a budget have to be j offer a few new suggestions to the smart about their clothes, and girl who likes to sew. In thit season of flying panels, the slim dress can lake on a completely new look with two side These are Ihe girls who learn .panels attached to a belt. The»e to »ew their own. who make one I are pleated panels, made quickly outfit do the work of three, who are clever about changing accessories and who make the most of every item in their wardrobei. They can whip up a hat from a and easily with the aid of the mul- lislotted binder attachment for your sewing machine. Thii is a remarkable little gadget that take! ready-made bias binding, folds it half yard of veiling and. a couple j ind itilchei it in one slick opera- of flowers. They know that a tjon. clean pair of white cot!on glows ^^ double-fold, fine percale, look! better than slightly soiled biai tape in pretty pastel colon-1 ones of imported kid any day. A favorite trick of these budget- girlj use itripes of pale blue, rose and yellow, for instance, to pep up Fnioaoi-s in his paint, fe»thert, and hornt, weird in hit ceremonial dance, the medicine mm once played em the lupentitions and fe«rt of hit Tictimt in order to t*H hit male oil, resurrection bre-w, and all-healing ointment. He more often killed than cured. Such pagan quackery h*s yielded to Krirnc;. Re-wen hat come to the aid of medical prarticr, and today diagnosis and treatment of di«eae are oa a tound tcientific basit. To benenl hy the protrejo which the yean hare wrought, «* your phytician when HI. Place yourwlf in hit care. XTe ropplement hit terrice by filling your prescription! promptly. CAMPUS PHARMACY Charles ». Petervon up the basic, the panels for a black or navy sheath. No need In worry about side hems--the binding take! care of the raw edges. The bottom hem may be done on the machine also, using the blind-Hitch disc on an automatic iwing-needle machine or the blind-stitch pattern on your automatic ligzagger attachment. Other quick tricki for basic shrathi are: collar!, made practical and pretty by the use of ruffling or fancy decorative sitching; a tiny cape, trimmed with bias tape; a little bolero, an apron ov erskirt in a gay print, or a bright contrasting cummerbund. 1909 9lh SI, STOKE nouns Weekdays Saturdays Sundays 8:00-8:00 8:00-9:00 8:00-6:30 FIRST OF THE WEEK SPECIALS MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM Gal. FRESH RADISHES 3 Bunches MEADOW GOLD BUTTER ILb. LONGHORN CHEESE Medium Age, Lb. BEEF ROUND STEAK USDA Choice, Lb, 931 16th Street FLYING PANELS . . . Multi- Phone 9SS j colorod ttrlpoi of tip* ititchod on panols attachod to a bolt transform tho basic shoath. ALL DIMENSIONAL HEARING GLASSES HEAR WITH BOTH EARS · No rwtiyn In eitn«r t «. . . (OmpUttlv cordllii. · Nothing to k'do . . . KfwiAg *it ,.,. ctottd feiMi gloiui CoUrlrit tv** tirrloi sound lo o«r. · Con bo tnailtfd to on? Iwo*, ovtn IHo OIWI you oro wtofirvg. ·Don'l *el/.k,.r . . . t ,i 1.4*1 A,||. Oimofllionot fotrfnq . . . h»«r f--~ erl dirrcnon* F R t t DEMONSTRATION MERl Sto Mr. D*i(M Summers. Tuft* JuM 11, I a.m. to 1 p.m. GRECllY, CAMrilLD HOTEL You never outgrow your need for Milk! After you've cultivated a thirst... refresh with milk! Ice cold rank! Now there's a thought for thirst and real refreshment. The lift you get from man-made beverages :3 quickly lost. But milk is different. For milk is naturally refreshing. Milk gives you a cool refreshing lift without a letdown. Enjoy the lasting Uft of nature's best refresher. Ice cold milk! Drink Q glasses of Milk every day AMERICAN DAIRY ASSOCIATION OF COLORADO

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