Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 11, 1957 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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CSCE Graduates Are Wed Here Two 1656 graduates of Colorado Stale College of Kdueation \vcrc- unittd in marriage Thursday evening when Miss Thcolyn Slum of 1315 Second street became the bride of David J. Wilson of Kansas Cily. Kan. The wedding took place ='. Triaily Lathe-ran church ·:'. the presence of 125 guests. Parents of the bridal pair arc Mr. nnd Mrs. Elroy 1C. Slum of Colorado Springs Hint Mr. anA ilrt I.^ftn K, Wilson of Denver. The bride was ii member of I'l Lambda Theta, national honor and profcssionnl fraternity for women, and Helta Omicron, honorary music sorority, while she was atlendinji L'SCIO. She also attended Colorado Woman's College. The past year, Mrs. Wilson has t a u g h t music at Park school. Wilson was a member uf Thela .V'i, social fraternity, Phi Delta Kappa, professional educational fraternity; Alpha Delia, honorary journalism fraternity; and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, n a t i o n a l honorary music fraternity. He is principal of the I m m a n u c l Lutheran school in Kansas City, Kan. During the summer. Wilson will do firnduritt; work at Concordin Touchers collect 1 , Seward. Neb. The Itcv. Leo E. Rubcl officiated nt the 7:30 o'clock single rind ceremony performed before a blu-k- Cround of yellow throiiled daisies and white gladiolus. A pnir of pevcn branch candelabra compleled Ihc decorations. Dale Dykins was orKiinisl. His processional was Sheep May Safely Ornzc by Dnch nnd his recessional, Andante by Corelli. Dykins also nc- companicd the vocalist, Verona Bock of Denver. Her numbers were Song of Hull] by Gonoud and Wedding Prayer by Noble. The bride was Riven in marriage hy her falhcr. She worn n while organdy floor lenslh sown with a tilted bodice and full skirt. The dress featured a sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves. She wore elbow length while gloves. Her fingertip veil was held by a headband outlined with pearls. She carried a while prayer book topped wilh while rnsrs. Mary Lou Brand of Colorado Springs wns maid of honor. Her ballerina length gown was of while embroidered organdy over yellow taffeta. She carried an arm bouquet of yellow roses. A halt hat of yellow organdy completed her costume. Leo Dclvcnlhal of Denver was best man. Ushering were Vcrlyn and Mcrlyn Slum, the bride's brothers, and Brian Wilson, the brother of the groom. Mrs. Stum chose a lime green two piece dress, while hat nnd black patent accessories for her I'age 2 GKEELEY TR1HUNE Tuesday, June 11, 1937 Thursdays Calendar VlSCS. First Methodist churcb. training day for new officers and circle chairmen. Fellowship half, 10:30; sack lunch, noon; regular iii"'ting. thajwl, 1:00; Mrs. Leon Miller of Costa flica, missionary ·iiinie on furlough, to speak. t'nited Presbyterian Ladies Aid. i-!.'.irch, 2:15. l.oal Women's Hiblc class,' : ;-s; uinsiian church. Town and Country HD club, M i l . John Campbell, east ol Cm-ley, 7:30. K a t u n Twilight club, Mrs. Harry Si-lmorr. Kviins Kxtrnsion club, Mrs. li. K. ICIhcrlon, 1725 K i K h t e c n t h avc- MUI 1 . Dorcas society, First Covtn- aiii church, theme. H u t h , 2:00. Happy Hour club, -Mrs. Owen roller, 1110 Seventh avenue. Y club, Mrs. Joe Wagner Jr. llanger-Ellcs. Mrs. Ed Klcr, norllit-ysl uf Greeley, 7:30. Women's association. First I'resbylerinn church, luncheon, Circle 3, hostess, 1:00. film, Pris-' one Triumphant, b;ise on life of Sara Perkins. " Ilardin M M C , Mrs. Alfred Peters; roll call, Father's Day poem. American Legion auxiliary, Lot-ion home, 8:(IO; convention reports; Mrs. E. II. Rocker, hostess committee c h a i r m a n . Circle o( First Baptist church: Luther Hickman Married Sunday Reichelt, is of interest here. · 1 sophomore at Fort Collins High;store in Fort Collins. His parents. The wedding look place at 3:30'school. The groom's son, Charlesjthe late Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hick- o'clorlc in Darforih rharx 1 ) nn the!MickmaD. was his best man, !man w^re nrnminent residents of campus ol Colorado State university. The nev. E. A. Groves Jr. of St. Luke's Episcopal church of Fort Alter a month's wedding trip to;.Grceley for many years. His fa- California, the Iliekmans will re- 1 (her operated the Hickman and side in Fort Collins in a new rcsi- 1 Limbeck . _,. ... iCuiiiiu peiiuiiueri Luc ccicmuii} liiitiviiua uu YiuctiLrtre au.m. i v The marriage ui Fort Collins U c d M t ft Mrs. Hickman has lived In Fort | nnHav Tftfrnrrn rrf I vthnr IhrV. '. r . .. . . . ' . . . ' . . . . Grocery cuuL-eru. company, Sunday attcrnccn of l.uthcr Hickman, former resident ol Greeley and Sterling, and Mrs. Mary K. her relatives and three friends ol the groom from Greeley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Clough and Mrs. Lynn L. Wood, A luncheon at Thtt Collins for a year, moving there I There-are nearly 11 million (10,- Jrom Julesb-irg. for her children j 750,000 to be exact) trucks now roll- to attend school. Her son will be on highways ia the United a sophomore at Colorado Stale jiales, according to a survey by Die 1. Mrs. f. C. Sides. 1716 Four-1 Colonnades preceded the wedding, i University neit year. I momobilc Manufacturers Assn. tcenlh street road; Sirs. E. A. I. Thf (, ri H e wa attended bv h e r ! H i r k m a n and his son are pro-1 · Urumlcy, 1:30. . i daughter, Miss Marilyn hcichclt, a'prictors ol the Hickman Clulhingl (Additional Socitly on pigi 19) 2. Mrs. Carl Barber. 1117 N i n t h , . - avenue; Mrs. Cora Worsfold nnd 1 Mrs. Ethel Mashburn assisting,' 1:30. j 3. Mrs. A. 0. Gaelic, 1004; Franklin drive, 1:30. ! 4. Mrs. L. D. Willsorv country ] home, 2:00. Circle 3, Trinity Lutheran church, Mrs. Wilbcrl Lutz. 2117 Sixteenth avenue court, 8:00. ··················»···* FATHER'S DAY CARDS 820 Tenlh St. -USED IN ALL MAJOR BEET GROWING AREAS- SINNER'S Beet and Bean WEEDERS · Bigger Profits · Cleaner Crops With a Sinner's heel and bean weeder you can weed right in Ihe rows, where other tools won't go. You get cleaner crops while growing and bigger profits at harvest. HAMMONS' IMPLEMENT CO. 717 6th Street Phone 138 Mrs. David J. Wllion, the formar Mlu Theolvn Slum. Bridal portrait by Liberty studio. daughter's wedding. The groom's mother was allired in n paslcl orange shcalh wilh langcrinc accessories. The reception was held In Lulhcr hall i m m e d i a t e l y following the ceremony, Mrs. Diehard Bull and Mrs. (lien Slum of Ness City, Knn., served cake. Pouring punch were Miss P a u l a fiourlay of Chicago and Miss Edith Seenn of Denver. Miss Marge Mischnick of AHkincc, Neb., assisted. Out-of-slalo gucsls were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Slum, Mr. and Mr?. Linly S l u m , Mrs. Anna Slum, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clmislon nnd Mrs. Fred M a r a n v i l l c , nil of Ness Clly; Miss P.iu!;i Gourlay of Chicago, III.; and Miss .Marge Mischnick and 'Miss Knlhy Kocslcr of Alliance. For Ihc honeymoon trip to the mountains, the bride changer] to a n a v y ant! while pin checked suit wilh while accessories. Aflcr Ihc s u m m e r in Scward, Neb., Inn couple will be nt home in Kansas City, Knn. · ' Langley-Lutz Marriage Told Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Lulz of Fort Morgan announce (he secret innr- riage of Iheir daughter, Shcrrill Lee, to William Lewis Langlcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Langley of Fort Morgan. The wedding look place May 13 al Ihc First Christian church, of. Grcclcy. The Rev. Jack Reeve officiated at the single ring service. Only members of Ihc families were prcscnl. The bride wore n while shcalh dress and while accessories. Her corsage wns of pink and while carnations. 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