Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 14, 1970 · Page 23
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 23

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, May 14, 1970
Page 23
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Lynda Kay Weimer Wed To James L. Campbell Markay Photo Kristy Carlson To Install New Advisor Miss Kristy Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Carlson, 2502 16th Ave., will be installed worthy advisor of Greeley Rainbow Assembly No. 6, at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 17, at the Greeley Masonic Temple. Past and present friends of the Order of Rainbow are cordially invited to attend the open ceremony. Line officers to be installed with Miss Carlson, include, Trudy Grimes, worthy associate a d v i s o r ; Kathy Edgarton, C h a r i t y ; Jcanette Bowles, Hope; and Kristy Grimes, Faith. Follow'iig the installation ceremonies, a reception will be held in the lower · temple honor the new officers. to Students Win Poster Contest James Fladung, a student at Highland Junior High School, and Celeste Witherell, a sophomore at Highland High School, have been named area winners in a conservation poster contest sponsored by the Colorado Federation of Women's Club. The announcement was made Monday afternoon by contest judge, Dale Hammer of the Soil Conservation Organization in Greeley, and Mrs. Glenna Huntington, who works with the United States Forest Service. Each of the students was sponsored by their art teacher, am will be sent certificates anc prize's. Local clubs serving as .sponsors were the Tuesday Progress Club and Carousa Club both of Ault. Mrs. James Schell of 2432 Sunset Lane and Mrs. T. H Harrison of 1916 21st Ave., were responsible for posters from this area. Singer Stylemaker Contest Offers Cash, Prizes and Trip to Europe On Saturday evening, May 1, Miss Lynda Kay Weimer be- ame the bride of James L. Campbell at the First .Congrega- ional United Church of Christ. 1'he Rev. Paul D. Tiller officiated at the double ring rites in he presence, of 225 guests. Mrs. Robert McLaUthlin was the organist and the vocalist was Miss Jan Forman. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Gottfried Weimer, 272* Buena Vista Drive, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Campbell, 543 35th Ave. The church was decorated with white gladioluses and mums, blue carnations and )lue streamers. Greenery tied with blue bows formed the decorations on the pews along the jridal aisle. The candles were ighted by Kenneth Condreay and Daniel ;Buxman, who also served as ushers. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Karl Weimer of Fort Morgan. She wore a floor-length gown of white silk organza with an A-line skirt, empire bodice and long cuffed sleeves and scalloped neckline, all trimmed with pearls, beads and peau d'ange lace. Back in- lerest for the dress was provided by a detachable train. She also wore an elbow veil of silk illusion caught to a cluster of silk organza and peau d'ange lace sparkled with crystals and pearls. Her bouquet was a ca- lalyea orchid surrounded by yellow sweetheart roses and ivy carried on a white Bible. Miss Debra Weimer served as maid of honor for her sister. Her floor-length gown of white lace over nylon taffeta was designed on A-lines and without sleeves. She also wore white gloves above the elbow, a blue picture hat of nylon tulle trimmed with tiny blue satin bows and matching blue slippers. Her bouquet of blue carnations was tied with blue streamers. The bridesmaids, Janet Hoffman and Deborah Stroh, were also attired in white lace but wore yellow picture hats and matching slippers and carried yellow carnations. Each attendant wore the bride's gift of a single strand of pearls. The- best man was Patrick Williams, and groomsmen were Gary Brug and Craig Peterson. Among the guests at the wedding and the reception in the fellowship hall later, were Mrs. Jessie Englemen of Hill City, Kan., Mrs. Arva Green of Bogue, Kan., and Miss Marilyn Morrow of Honolulu, Hawaii. For a brief wedding trip to an undisclosed destination, the bride selected a traveling 'ensemble of navy blue wool with red accessories complementec by the orchid from her bridal bouquet. The bride and groom both are graduates of Greeley West High School. She attended Aims College and the Greeley School ol Cosmetology and has been employed at the Greeley Journal. Campbell has been employed by the Gates Rubber Co. in Denver. The couple is now at home at Kirk. The 18th annual Singer World, Stylemaker Contest will open [une 8, under the direction of Urs. R. D. Tigges, it was announced by D. G. Brungardt, manager of the Greeley Singer Store, 827 10th St., which will serve as local headquarters for :he competition which runs through August. Girls between the ages of 10 and 18 are eligible to compete for prizes totaling more than $120,000 with $1,800 in cash or a one-week trip to Paris or Rome as the grand prize for Mrs. R. D. Tigges Instructor Covenant Women's Society Joins Missionary Society for Dinner Auxiliary Convention Held May 3 in Loveland District Three of Ladies' 1 Auxiliary to Veterans of Foreign Wars held a convention May 3 in Ixiveland, with Mrs. Mary Slavic of Lafayette presiding. Among the 7") in attendance were two Greeley auxiliary members of Pioneer Post 2121, Mrs. Clint Anderson, president- elect of the local auxiliary, and Mrs. Jane Ann Andert To Be Bride On July 25 Mr. and Mrs. Mac Harold Anders of Colfax, La., announce the engagement and forthcoming July 25 marriage o! their daughter, Jane Ann, to Capl. Roger. F. Mondt, Unitec States Air Force, son of Mr and Mrs. Bruce E. Mondt, 1710 17th Ave. The bride-elect University of Louisiana where officer of Delta Members of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Evangelical Free Church had members of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Covenant Church as their guests for a "Ladies Night Out" last Friday evening at the First Methodist Church. With a fashion show titled "Decades of Design" to set the theme, colored shoes filled withj: spring flowers and old fashioned j| kerosene lamps were used to decorate the tables and pro-! grams and May basket favors i also carried out the theme. Bonnie Peterson and Bonnie' Duell were the narrators for a i showing of fashions dating back 1 , as far as 1880 and spanning the! years to the present modern,: 1970 styles. JoAnn Fransen, violinist, Deb-il hie Peterson, ' flutist, Janet] Pierce, clarinetist, Mrs. Janell: Robinson, cello and Susie and Cindy Robinson, violinists, provided background music. Pat Lovelace was the mistress of ceremonies. She read several definitions of "What Is a Mother?" written by school age children. The inspirational message I was delivered by Mrs. Sabra I Powers of Boulder, who told of | Best Loser! her life before she met Christ, and the changes that occurred after her encounter with Him. ivinners in three age groups. Junior Miss (10-12); Sub Deb 13-15) and Deb (16-18). Winners of the three groups at local and regional levels, will ·eceive cassette ta|e recorders and Touch and Sew zig z a g j sewing machines. Garments made by the regional winners will be sent to New York for judging in the national semifinals where a board of fashion authorities will choose the finalists to compete in London. Social Calendar Saturday, May 16 !) a.m. New Greeley Group Thurs., May 14, 1970 (JREELEY TRIBUNE Page ?3 of P.E.O., coffee and doughnuts, with 9:30 a.m. organizational ceremony in University Center. Luncheon will be served in Panorama Lounge at 12:30 p.m. 10 a.m. Story Hour, Greeley Public Library. 8 p.m. Faith Court No. J8, Order of the Amaranth, grand lecturer's visit and memorial, Eaton Masonic Temple. Finalists receive cash awards of $400, $600 and $800 in the junior miss, sub deb and deb divisions respectively. In addition, finalists and their mothers (or a family-approved chaperone) will be flown to the London Hilton on Oct. 24 for the national finals. In London they will be treated to four glamorous days before the finals, at which time they will model their own fashions before the judges who will select three queens of sewing, one in each age group. Each queen will receive an all-expense paid one- week Irip for two to Paris or Rome (or $1800) in cash. Girls wishing to enroll in the competition should register at the Singer Store for an eight lesson sewing course during which they will create the fashions they will enter in the contest. No previous sewing skills are needed. The 2'A hour classes will be held daily beginning June 8. Mrs. Tigges has directed the slylemaker contest for the past two years and is also widely k n o w n in this area for her many years of 4-H leadership and related activity. Entry blanks, rules and complete information may be ob- .ained at the Singer Siore. ; Don't get bugged with a moth-eaten problem Sanitone CertifiedMastcrV/ycleancr Let us Sanitone-clean your clothes and protect the garments with our FREE mothproofing, This service is guaranteed. Free mothproofing is part of our professional service as your Sanitone Certified Master Drycleaner. Clothes come back clean and fresh with our Sanitone care. Colors are brighter, fabrics feel softer, garments last longer. Trust the care of your clothes to us,,.your elottm eare authority. Let us store your winter woolens cool storage vault. our 2800 W. 10th St. (Wilshire) 352-3210 12M 9(h Ave. (Downtown) Good night. Sleep tight. IT'S SEALY SALE TIME! attended the Southwestern she was an Zela social sorority. She is currently employed by the Department of (he Kav Brannaman, wife ol p- n P a s t National Commander F o TM B ase Brannaman, who now resides in v ' Loveland. Mrs. Anderson was appointed Color Bearer No. 4 by the new district president- elect, Mrs. Ora Lee Rose of Loveland. Mrs. Forrest Wiley, publicity chairman for the Greeley auxiliary, received a gift from Mrs. Edna Scofield, district publicity chairman, as did all publicity chairmen who entered scrapbooks. Following the business meeting, the women joined post members at the Veterans Club of Loveland for installation of officers and a potluck supper. Air Force at England Air Alexandria, La. I Heard At The Beauty Shop from the University of Colorado in 1969. At the university he was a member of the Arnold Air Society, Alpha Kappa Psi, professional business fraternity and the varsity swimming learn. He is now stationed at England AFB at Alexandria. For best eating quality, eggs should be cooked with low to moderate heat for just the right amount of time, reports the ! o n s u m e r and Marketing Service. If cooking temperature is too high or the egg is cooked too long, the white becomes tough and the yolk mealy. Save that empty lipstick container. By removing the last bit of lipstick and packing the holder with a bit of cotton, you can have a neat pin and needle case for your purse or weekend bg. Pat Ryden owns the Slim ft Swim Clnb. She is demonslrat-j ing how to j;et tliose excess inches off of your hips a n d j thighs* Von would have, to c\er-l cise three hours at home to set the same results that we get. in 45 minutes at the Clnb. Why keep beating your head against the wall in trying to get your weight and inches down. Let us help you. Remember, making you feel and look better is our business. 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