Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 11, 1957 · Page 23
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Morehead-Hagert Vows Exchanged Miss Rita Ann IIa(crt, a nurse at Weld County General hospital, and Harold B. Morehead, son ol Mrs. Laura Morehead of Greeley, rented marriage vows Saturday morn- ins at 8 o'clock at St. I'cter's Catholic church. The bride is the niece uf Clara Gossling o[ Rcm;en, Iowa. The Itcv. Kdward J. llyan oifi- riated at the double ring ceremony. J. McCarthy j Ushers were Kenneth F.ekhardt and i Page 12 Dill Kochler. The bride's aunt wort a black sillc dress and white accessories. The groom's mother chose whilt silk, with blue design, and white accessories. Their corsages were of red roses. Mrs. A. Dilsaxer was reception hostess. Mrs.. Hay (Virginia) Cam- birr of Alton, Iowa, sister of the bride, had charge of the guest book. Roy Dllsavtr and were mas» servers. The wedding organist was Miss Mary I.udwis. Mrs. Ikrnailine , At the sift table was Mrs. Donald 3. llaccrt of UMan, Iowa. Besides those mentioned, other out of state guests were Mary I.ee and Christie Hacert of I,rMari, Iowa. For going away, the bride chtng- eil to a blue and white sheath, with Juster, and whije accessories. The GREELEY TRIBUNE Tut«d«y. June 11, 1957 oman L Jeitphmt Mlllir. Ediltr Carey sang Avc Maria and Panis j Mor( . n .,ai will Vnd their honey- Ancelicus. moon in the east. Upon return, they Bouquets of spring flowers decor- ! w j n rcsi ,j r ,, 212 | pavis street. The hride was graduated from St. Mary's High school at Itemsen, ated the church. The hridc was attired in a floor length gown of lace over satin. The round neckline was edged In pearls end the long sleeves tapered over Ihe wrists. The skirt swept into a chapel train. The bride's fingertip veil was c a u f h t to a crown of lace, cmhroiilered w i t h pearls. Her uncle strand of pearls w a s a cift of Ihe groom. She carried a bouquet of red roses, with red rosebud* kr.ot- lowa and St. Joseph's School of Nursing, Sioux City. Iowa. She has been employed at the hospital for the past year and a htlf. 'Ihe groom was graduated from Grcrley high and attended Colorado .State College, wlicre he. is affiliafrd w i t h Sisma Phi Kpsilnn. At present, hp is rmpl'.iyitl by the Twin City Distributing company. He served ted in Ihe w h i t e satin streamers. j l w o ..,,.,,, in t [, c a r m y . Miss Dixie Greenwoful of Crecley _._» tias maid of honor. Her c o c k t a i l : for vacation comfort and eon- lencth frock was of powder hlue j venienct buy P|«tn Mtdlcatid rrystalet. She wore a blue hat w i t h Dryptr pads also bottlt warmers nylon veil and blue accessories. Her I to bt used in your car. Jack and bouquet was of red roses anil while I J i l l shop. MO 9th Avt. W« gi»i tarnations. The bride's Jilt to her j pjtmttr Stamps.--Adv. *as a pair of pearl earrings.. ---».- Edcar F. Bartcls was best m a n . I USE THE T R I B U N E WANT ADS For The ' sHOtsofoisTiKTiOM J d n · ) / I I * ·"-""' ' Rest of His Creelex. Colo. L J f g Qjyg \\ \ pf, His Favorite Brand Crosby Square 14.95 Compatible Colors FEATURING IMPORTED Roma Silk and WHITE BUCK Hi will bt thl Itar In thest n«w compatible color fashions by Rand. Y o u can't QO wrong ' In giving HIM Rand thott. Brown and White Buck or Black and Whitt Buck 10.95 Because You Know He Should Relax More Give HIM Evans HAND TURNED Slippers E. T. Other Fomous Brandt Feolutcd at Flotio's Wright, Bostonion, Airiilm, Rondctoft Priced (torn 8.95 to 24.95 I Harold B. Morohttd and his bridt, tht formtr Mist Rita Ann Higtrt. Wtddlng candy by Jim Kidltctk. Mrs. Harriot Llndir Is Ntw DUV Mtmbtr Mrs. Harriet Under was Initiated into the Daughters of Union Vet- j e r a n s nf the Civil War last week I when ZO members met at the KP hall. j Plans were made for Ihe convention which will be held J u n e It'll at Fort Collins. Refreshments were served b y ) i M r s . A h h i e Waterhousr. M r s . Maude Cray and Mils Ma) me 'Jones. Mrs. Stella Clark received the club gift. Next meeting h June 20. 7:30 o'clock, at the KP hall. The committee is Mrs. Rachel Taylor, Mrs. Leona Rrnion, Miss Jesiie Alice Fink and Miss F.. Gertrude Lee. WSCS Muting Will Bt Thursday Training day for new officers and circle chairmen of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist church will be held Thursday at 10:30 o'clock in Fellowship hall. A sack lunch will.be served at noon. The regular meeting of WSCS will begin at 1 p m., in the chapel. Mrs. Leon Miller of Costa Rica will be the speaker. She and her husband are missionaries. They are home on furlough alter being away about four years. ' F O R THAT COOL AMERICAN LOOK Lew Ray Family .' v Moves to A»,,vwa Anderson-Miller Vows Solemnized The First CoasresaUonal church was the scene Sunday afternoon of the wedding of Mils Barbara Ann Miller and Marvin Dale Anderson. The bride li the dauihter of Mr. and Mn. Albert R. Miller of 8 Reservoir road. The groom's arents are Emery Anderson of eattle, Wash., and Mrs Ronald .ackey of Medical Lake, Wash. The Rev. Jack V. Reeve per- irmed the double ring ceremony i the presence of 200 zuests. Background for the 3 o'clock rremony was formed by an al bouquet of white gladiolus, mpons and aqua carnations and wo eandelabras on each side of he altar. A Beauty basket of white ladiolus and pompons on each de of the chancel steps com leted the decorations. Richard and Robert Payne of an Benito, Tex., cousins of the ride, lighted the candles. Murray C.iffin of Nuan sang Be- ause and The Lord's Prayer ac- ompanied by the organist, Robert oe. The bride was given la marriage y her father. She wore a gown of ace and tulle over satin. The long apering sleeves had tiny buttons t the wrists. The tight fitted bod- ec featured a V neckline. The bouf- ant skirt came to a short chapel rain. Her shoulder length veil was held by a tiara with a seed earl design which she borrowed rom Mrs. Philip Strong. The sixpence in her shoe was loaned by Mrs. Paul Briscoc. The bridc'i wuquct of white roses was car- icd on a white Bible borrowed rom .Mrs. Richard Suriano. Serving as maid of honor was Miss Beverly Miller, sister of the Tide. She was attired in an aqua treet length gown with a round eekline, empire waistline and full kirt. Her headdress was fashioned rom aqua net. She carried ;pr:y: f white stock falling from a cluster f white carnations. Bridesmaids were Miss Lydi/ Miller, cousin of the bride, Mrs. 'rank Lakin and Mrs. Richard Surano. They were attired like the maid of honor. · John Hay was best man. Frank Shoemaker, Bob Taylor, Robert Uiyle and Richard Payne of San 3cnito w-ere ushers. The bride's mother wore a rose lace dress with matching accessories and gardenia corsage. The i,'- ' ·»?;-. OKSN Party at Marwr Dlnlnf R**m Miss Ida Deffte will b* hottest to OKSN Wednesday at 1:10 o'clock at the Manor Dinini room. Members are to note the change of plans. and Mrs. John Trout, bride's uncle and aunt and Mrs. Katherine Preston and Debbie, bride's cousins, at Casper, Wyo.; Mrs. Vinlon Bullis Mn. Ruth Fay Payne, both auntl of the bride, and Robert and Richard Payne of San Benito, Tet. For traveling the bride changed to an aqua and white silk sheath and black faille duster. She wore t white hat and gloves, black shoes and bag and corsage of white roses lifted from her bouquet. The'An- dersons are honeymooning in Denver. They will reside In Creeley. The former Mifs Miller wa*s graduated from fir it ley High school in 19J3 and from Colorado State College of Education this May. She was the business manager of Associated. Students the past year: She is a member of Delta Zeta, social torority. Anderson is a 1953 graduate of Greeley High school. He served for three years with the marines, including 14 months in Japan. He will enter CSCE in the fall as a freshman. He has been residing at 234 S'inth street. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS «:, 'X-c' * Mrs! Marvin Dal« Andtrson, tht formir Miss Barbara Ann MllUr. Bridal portrait by Jim Kadltctk. groom's parents were unable to attend. Reception was held in the Fellowship hall immediately following the ceremony. Two tables were covered with white cloths. Cn« was centered with the four tiered wedding cake surrounded by a wreath of anita carnations and two white candles. The other table held the punch bowl which was encircled with a wreath of aqua carnations and flanked by candles. Cake was cut with a server loaned by Mrs. Jack Chestnut. Mrs. Ithel Williams of Canon City and Mrs. David J. Miller, aunts of the bride, completed cutting the cake. Serving punch were Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. Edward Kelly of La Salle and Mrs. S. J. CarroU, the groom's aunts. Mrs. Marvin Hauk was in charge of the reception. Assisting with details were Nina Anderson, cousin of the groom, and Miss Mary Miller, the bride's cousin. Miss Jo Ann Newell, the bride's cousin, kept the guest book. Out-of-state guests included Mr. Nerve Therapy For Relief and Relaxation Arthur A. Erny Nirvi Thiraplst and Masstur 110 Crciliy Bldg. Phone 173-W I WOULD LIKE . . to care for child or children, four years old or older, In your homi tvenlngs. Have Interfiling actlvltlel Including music, ·lories, garnet and handicraft. Can provide excellent refertncta Including a recently acquired certificate of merit upon completion of the recrtatlonal Uadtrthlp training count offered by tht Univ. of ArVansat undtr the dirtctlon of Hiltn Dauncty of tht Natl. RtcrtatlcrVial Association. Call Mrt. Lola VanZante, 1015. for Interview or appolntmint. Transportation tipectcd to and from your home. Filt telephone number for futurt use. 3.95 The Iroquoit Opera Tops for Comfort 5.95 O t h r r t to Mi Dad will bi very happy when he opens up hit package and finds this comfortable washable shirt. You'll bt pleated loo -- to find such a wonderful selection to chaoit from. Gift Wrapped Fret! Hibtts The Lew Ray f a m i l y moved la weekend from Greeley to SSM Brent""**. Arvarta. For the pas two and a half years Ray has com muted from Denver to Greeley an they decided that a change of res dcnce was a necessity. Ray i head of the poultry an etc section of the Colorado rlepar ment of agriculture, which has o" fires in north Lcnvrr. Prior to h: appointment to his present job, ri was in the poultry business in Wei county for 20 years and'was owne and manager of Ray's Toods i Grreley. The Rays' three children are: Garret), who has just completed] his junior y e a r at University of Colorado and who bcsan work Monday as an intern in the news department of the Pueblo Chieftain; Tom, 1957 craduatc of Greeley llijh school, who remained here to work for the summer for Al Harrington, farm manager, and live w i t h hi* uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Skold. 1219 Sixteenth a \ r n u e ; and Gennie, who was a seventh grader this past year at Meeker Junior Hich school. Mrs. Ray, the former Kliiabeth Wilson, was a member of the news staff of the Greeley Tribune for 12 years. She has been clerk at Park school for the past three c.irs. {he and Ray were married in the [all of 1931 and have lived here since.' Mrs. Ray's mnthrr. Mrs. E m m a C. Wilson, who lived in their home, moved to an a p a r t m e n t in the A. J. Seelinser residence. 1011 Seventh street. Mrs. Wilson docs the alterations for Swcetbriar. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gurlick housht the R a y home at nrtt Twelfth avenue, where they I h r i l for l." j e a r s . G a r l i r k has hrcn on l e a \ r from the music faculty ot CSCE for two c a r s a n d h a s been d n m c g r a d u a t e study at Rochester. N. Y. The Oar- licks and their Uo siins w i l l a r r i \ c b a r V in (In-dry in m i l Jt;r.o. Since . ill- Oreatness Is INever Achieved feuddenlyl It has long l«en true, in the affairs of men, that only time can confirm the gift of greatness;. Artist, statesman, writer, craftsman--each must await the jean for the maturity of his talent and for the verdict of hii judges. And as it U in the affairs of men, so it is in the world of commerce. Nothing great was ever created suddenly--whether the product be trut ol" an individual or of an organization Here, most certainly, is the very genesis of the unique position which Cadillac currently occupies in the hearts and mindi of the world's motorists. Since the first Cadillac car made its appearance more than fifty-five years ago, it has always neen created to a single objective: to mabe it as fine a motor car as it ii pouiUe to, produce. And, without question, the mission and In* accomplishment kavt been one and the same. The goodness of Cadillac has, in fact, been 30 apparent over that lengthy span that the Cadillai name stands today as an accepted synonym for quality wlicrever highways exist. The prefendcrs have come--and they have gone. For lime is an exacting taskmaster--and only the principles that have created the great Cadillac car and orjy the devotion that has given it lcing have been equal to the challenge. Never ha» this fact been more deeply etched in the public consciousness than it is during the present automotive, year. If you ha« yet to tale the wheel of a 1957 Cadillac, you should hesitate no longer (o visit your authorized Cadillac dciltr. Waiting for you in his showroom' b proof i*yond doubt that Cadillac is--in fact M in reputation--the Standard of the World! VISIT YOUR AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER

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