Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 10, 1957 · Page 30
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 30

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 10, 1957
Page 30
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Episcopal Church I /I / 1 Scene of Wedding I/i/Oman In a beautiful can'JIcU-M wed: dine Friday evening at Trinity Epis-1 copal church, .Miss Jerrt Lee Fred-1 eriksen. daughter of Mr. and Mr=. Arthur J. Frcderiksen or 2126 Sixteenth street, became Hie bride of : John E. Butter/wren, son ol Mr. D2d !r? Wn PvUerwrrV of i«w ! AlDolvieu 1 boulevard. , Double ring nuptials vows were. exchanged before 150 guests. The' llev. Charles V. Young officiated! at the 8 o'clock service, which included the ceremony ot the bride's candle. It will r-e lighted by the couple on each anniversary. The bride's father gave her in marriage. The church was soflly lighted by the glow from many candles including those on the altar, in brackets on the pew ends and in seven- branched floor candelabra en either tide of the chancel steps. Acolytes' were Keith and Dale Shaw. Pink and white carnations graced the altar and family pews were marked with white satin bows. | jliss Mory Kay Swan of Denver, CSCE junior, was wedding organist. Wilson J. Frcdling ot Seds- wick, formerly of Greelcy, was vocalist. He sang 0 Perfect Love and The Lord's Prayer. j The bride's gown was a lovely i - creation o( while Chanlilly lace and lulle over white slipper satin. The lace bodice was pointed al the ivaisUino and fashioned }vilh keyhole neckline accented by a standup collar which closed at the throal. The keyhole detail was re-1 peatcd on the long, fitted sleeves, the pattern being formed by matching scallops of the lace. The bouffant, floor length skirt of tulle had three bands of wide, scalloped lace. There were two underskirts, one uf tulle and the other of satin. A brim of pleated nylon tulle, framed with rjnss ot polished eottoa with overdress of misty jro?n silk organza. The print w»s a light green with darker green leaves. Her hal and accessories were white ind her corsige was of r pmk Delight rosfs. .*. ci:i bii;c :tc;tt '.vu Tors by |Film Star Keeps Monday, June 10. 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 15 V \ * Br V I V I A N BROWN AP Newifeiturei Btjuty Editor It's important to keep the figure 1 groom's mother. Her flower ! t r i m v ' hen 3' ou ' 1J P ir( lo a Ho ""! hoi was the same color, with rhinc. j wood «""· as lhtTC '""strated by t ! stone highlights. Her corsage wis! ol pialf roses. I '· The wedding reception was held j 1 in tnc Parish hall following Ihc J | ceremony. Three tables were used, | iitv fifpi Ltf'utg centered wiE'r: a · [large while wedding candle which I the groom bought in Albuquerque, I N. M., for his bride last September, a month after their engagement. The candle was wreathed at its oblong base with shattered pink carnations lied with pink picot ribbon. The second table held the wedding cake, which was surrounded bv pink roses and plomsa a:id flanked by two-branched crystal candelabra with pink tapers. Centering the third table, where punch and coffee were served, was a low, oblong arrangement of pink and white carnations and white snapdragons. Mrs, H. C. Adams of Merna, Neb., and Mrs. D. G. Chamberlain, aunts of the bride, poured. Mrs. Clyle Golze and Mrs, Clarence Burnham served the cake. Miss Sue Woodward of Boulder, formerly of Greeley, had charge ot the gift table. The guest book was kept Grandma Wed 11 Years Enjoy Our "Casual" 13th Avenue Beauty Shop 1 Ferma Mamveiler 1609 13th Av'e. Ph. 503 John E. Butterweck and his bride, th» former Mist Jerrt Lta Frcderiksen. Wedding candid by George Beaudry, Liberty Studio. 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 Garnett rosebuds centered French violels. intertwined with with strands of dainty pink pearls and lied with pink satin ribbon. Her single strand of pearls was a gill from the firoom. The brute's something old was a handkerchief which had belonged to her late paternal grandmolher, Mrs. Marlha Frederiksen of Sedgwick; somelhing new, her gown; Wonderful Gift Suggestions For The most eloquent accolade of all, a fine Watch Beamaster: self-winding, w a t e r dust and shock-resistant, $95 to $400. Other 'Watches MQ 00 as lew aa · Elgin · Omega I) Bulova · Gruen Hamilton Gold Guff Links and Tie Clasp Set $1,60 Many matching sefs in both modern and novelty design. Some stone set combinations. All popular brands of Shavers Choose now--bring hla old Shaver In for a liberal trade- In allowance after Father's Day. · Sehlck · Remington · Sunbeam Butova Ronaon Norelco Many Other Gifts To Choose Frsm! · Ring · Radio · Ballpoint Pen · Travel Clock Cigarette Lighters Use Your Credit -- It Costs No More We Give %?)£ Green Stampi · Billfold · Barometer · Tie Bar · Watch Band · Pen and Pencil Sets Your Quality Jeweler 819 Tenth St. and borrowed and blue, her veil and wedding garter from the matron of honor. The lucky sixpence In her slipper was loaned by Mrs. Ilobert G. Cummings. Mrs. Richard Franz of Denver, the former Patricia Reynolds of Greeley, was matron of honor. She and the bride were classmates in junior and senior high school and college. The .former Miss Fred- erikscn was maid of honor at her wedding two years ago in the same church. Miss Deanne Goetsch, who will be a June 23 bride, was bridesmaid. They wore gowns fashioned the same of embroidered taffeta', styled with softly gathered skirt, street length, and panel-effect bod ice wilh off-shoulder drape which formed a V in the back. Complementing their costumes were bandeaux of white carnations and cascade bouquets of the same flowers with a bit of orchid mums, lied with pink satin. Tom C. Butterweck was his brother's best man. i Ushers were Doug Frcderiksen, brother ol the bride, Bill .Marschner of Denver, classmate of the groom at dental college, and Lynn Hurt. by Mrs. Arthur L. Daniels, the former Miss Lynda Mae Golze, irho was married June 1. Oul-of-stale guests included: Mrs. George Mclin, aunt of the groom, and her son and daughter, Jack and Martha Melin, of Hinsdale, 111.; Mrs. H. E. Hart, aunt of the groom, of. Galcsburg, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Chamberlain, cousins of (he bride, of Coronado, Cnlif.; and Tom Wobdford of Hereford, Tex. The bride and groom are spending Iheir honeymoo(Pin Die mountains at Redfeather Lakes and in Wyoming. On return they will be at home at 1314 Fourteenth avenue for- the summer. Afler September they will live in Kansas City, Mo., where the groom will continue his studies at the Kansas City Dental school as a second year student. Fqr going away the bride donned a figured turquoise and white pongee dress with matching turquoise duster of linen weave shantung, which she had made. Her corsage was the violets from her bouquet. The bride is a 1954 graduate of Greeley High school and attended Colorado Slate college a year. She is employed by the National Farm Loan association,' having worked there for two years. The groom is a 1952 graduate of Greeley High school and received his degree from Colorado Stale College in 1956. Wooden Excuse ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Iffl--A 19- year old WAF told municipal Judge Stephen A. Damico she operated an I auto on Lhis resort's famous board- waik hut her excuse couldn't pre- virt a 525 and Si on a care- iess driviLB charge. "I was a $l r anger in (own and it looked like a street," sain* Regina ...J elevate peel BICYCLE POSE . . hipi and pedal away to Inchet off hips and stimulate the circulation. Helps waist.- shapely Venctia Stevenson, under contract lo pictures, now appearing in TV productions. A top model before she entered films, she keeps her lithe curves by exercising each day in a routine (hat is 'as important to her as daily makeup iefore a mirror. Any exercise should be practiced with genuine enthusiasm lo be effective. It should emphasize zoom and bounce wilh vigor lo help whittle off extra pounds. A dreary run-through of an exercise will just prove tiring, and not offer any advantage in lost inches or LOUISA. Kv. « - It was Jl ,vears ma Saturday that "Shorty" land "Grandma" Sprouse hiked 25 j miles from the mountain comrou- iniLy of Call Creek to begin their now-famed marriage. Grandma, the former .Mri! Mal- !they u-cre wed. Now Grandma li |90 and Shorly 29 --" still a dil- 'ference of 61 years. Grandma compliments her hus- i u«uu fur im Jiume-iuvuiK wa) i. "He never stayed 'way fron me 3 night in all 11 years,' 1 she said. Thousands of Brilis'h Girl Guides tie Large Lyon, was 79 and Dcl-'are lakinn free -instruction in the ibcrt '-'Shorty" Sprouse IS when ', use of modern sewing machines. WAIST WHITTLER . . . Pial Inches off the midriff by the dual action of twisting and bending, tired exercise. 1909 9th Si. STORE HOURS Weekdays Saturdays Sundays 8:00-8:00 8:00-9:00 8:00-6:30 LIMBER . . . New movie con- tractee Venelia Stevenson tries 1o touch her head to tott, · good muscle relaxer. Besides being a talented actor, James MatArthur is also a licensed electrician. His mother is stage star Helen Hayes. Basic Sheeth Has Many New Tricks The bride's molher wore i print | Strong. Lorain, Ohio. By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor Girls on a budget have to be smart aboul their clothes, and oflen achieve more .effcclive fashions that women who have an unlimited clothes allowance. These are the girls who learn to sew Iheir own, who make one oulfit do (he work of three, who are clever about changing acces sories and who make the most of every item in their wardrobes, They can whip up a hat from a half-yard of veiling and_ a couple of flowers. Tbey know (hat a clean pair of while cotton gloves looks better lhan slightly soiled ones of imported kid any day. A favorite (rick of these budget- wise girls is dressing up the basic Fnioaous in his paint, feathers, and horns, weird in his ceremonial dance, the medicine man once played en the superstitions and fears of his Tictims in order to sell his snake oil, resurrection brerr, and all-healing ointment. He more often killed than cured. Such pagan quackery has yielded to sciencs. Research has come lo Ihe aid of medical practice, and today diagnosis and treatment of disease are on a sound scientific basis. To benefit by the progress which the years have wrought, see yonr physician when ill. Place yourself in his care. We supplement hifi service by filling your prescriptions 'promptly. CAMPUS PHARMACY Charles R. Peterson 931 16th Street Phone 953 shealh so that it leads multiple lives. Local sewing cenler experts offer a few new suggeslions to the girl who likes lo sew. In this season of flying panels, Ihe slim dress can lake or complelely new Jook wilh two side panels allached lo a bell. These are plcaled panels, made quickly and easily wilh the. aid of the mul' ti-slotled binder allachment for your sewing machine. This is a remarkable little gadgcl thai lakes ready-made bias binding, folds it and slilchcs il in one slick opera- lion. Select double-fold, fine percale bias tape in prelly paslcl colors-use slripcs of pale blue, rose and yellow, for instance, lo pep up he panels for a black or navy sheath. No need lo worry about side hems--Ihe binding lakes care of Ihc raw edges. The bottom hem may be done on Ihc machine also, using Ihe blind-stitch disc on an automatic swing-needle machine or Ihe blind-slilch pallcrn on your automatic zigzaggcr attachment. Other quick tricks lor basic sheaths are: collars, made prac- ical and prelly by Ihe use of ruf- ling or fancy decorative silching; .liny cape, Irimmed wilh bias tape; a little bolero, an apron ov- ershirl in a gay print, or a bright contrasting cummerbund. FIRST OF THE WEEK SPECIALS MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM Vz Gal. FRESH RADiSHES 3 Bunches MEADOW GOLD BUTTER ILb. LONGHORN CHEESE Medium Age, Lb. BEEF ROUND STEAK USDA Choice, Lb. FLYING PANELS . . . Multicolored ifrlpei of tape Hitched on pantli altschid to a belt rraniferm Ihi bulc ihiath. ALL DIMENSIONAL HEARING GLASSES CONCEALS DEAFNESS NEVER BEFOREI AS HEAR WITH BOTH EARS · No receiver In eilrnr tor... completely eardleii. · NolMng lo hide . . , hearing aid con- Moled iniids glauei. Colcrleit lube carries sound lo ear. · Con be attached to any Irtmt, even tni onci you ore wearing. · Don't hqll-hta, . . . jet t»*pl All. Dimeni/enal het-rina;... r:«-or f'-- oil direclionr. FREE DEMONSTRATION HERE See Mr. Dwlght Summer!, TUCB., June 11, 9 i.m. to 1 p.m. GREELEY, CAMFIELD HOTEL ., After you've cultivated a thirst. refresh with milk! Ice cold milk! Now there's a thought for thirst and real refreshment. The "lift you get from man-made beverages is quickly lost. But milk is different. For milk is naturally refreshing. Milk gives you a cool refreshing lift without^ a letdown. Enjoy the lasting lift of nature's best refresher. Ice cold milk! Drink Q glasses of Milk every day AMERICAN DAIRY ASSOCIATION OF COLORADO I

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