Richard McKinley Marries in Wis. A romance which began en the ' campus of Car If ton collet; at NorlMield. Minn., was culminated In Eau Claire, Wii.. Monday afternoon when Miss Susan Jane Richards became the bride of Carl Richard McKinley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. McKinley of 1M7 Fourteenth street. Her parents arc Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Richards of 463 Gilbert avenue. Eau Claire. The date of June 10 was chosen by the couple as it is thr wedding anniversary of both of their parents. The marriage was solemnized at 4 o'clock at the First Ccntrega- tional church with the Rev. Forrest York performing the double ring ceremony. The 200 guests included the parents of the groom, his sister. Miss Barbara McKinley, a*d Don Meyers from Greeley. Miss McKinley was a bridesmaid and Meyers was best man to the groom. For the all-white wedding, t w o j candelabra with white candles entwined with huckleberry and white flowers wrre on either side cf the altar. At the base were two large bouquets of gladiolus and chrysanthemums. Pews were marked by green garlands, peonies and ribbon bows. Randy Richards, brother of the bride, liihted the candles. Escorted to .the altar by her father, who later gave here away. - the bride was exquisitely gowned in silk organza over taffeta. Re- eirbroidcred Aleneon lace outlined the sculptured neckline of the fitted basque bodice with short crushed sleeves, worn with gauntlets. Wreaths of re-embroidered Aleneon lace appliqued the diaphanous skirt with chapel sweep. An heirloom veil of Roseroint and Brussels lace was worn simply over her hair. Her bridal bouquet was of white butterfly roses and stephanotis. Â» Miss Betsey Richards was her sister's maid of honor. Brides iraids were Miss Faith Richards. Jaeger-Darfur of Minnesota. Their dresses were the same of white im ported Swiss embroidered organdy over taffeta. They were styled with fitted bodice. Sabrina neckline and full skirt, street length. Tucked organdy fashioned the shoulder straps. A scalloped border of Swiss embroidery detailed the skirt. Completing the attendants' costumes were colonial picture hats in ballet blue and little white wicker baskets filled with blue and white painted daisies, which they carried. Mothers of the bridal pair were jmartly gowned and wore corsages of glamelias. Mrs. Richards' dress was of water blue silk. Her hat and shoes matched her gown and her flowers were for-get-me-not blue. Mrs. McKinley chose a navy blue with white accessories and white flowers. The wedding reception was given at the Eau Claire Country club at 5 o'clock. Garten fiowen decorated the mantles of the two fireplaces and the coffee tables. White calla lilies and silver candelabra centered the table where the bridal pair cut the four-tiered wedding cake, which was topped with calla lillies. Mr. and Mrs. MeKinley will spend a two-weeks' honeymoon in Colorado at Glen Haven, where his parents have a cabin. For traveling the bride wore a grey Italian linen sheath dress and coat, yellow lace hat. black shoes and purse and white gloves. After June 24 they will be at home in BouMer at 1*01 Nineteenth street. The bride was graduated with honors from University of Minnesota School of Nursing in March. She is now a registered nurse in Minnesota and Colorado. Her affiliations include Mortar Board, women's honorary. The groom has been a senior this year in premedical training at University of Colorado at Boulder. Both are graduates of Carleton college. Christian Fellowship Elects A'cir Officers Officers were elected when the Christian 1 Women's Fellowship of the First Christian church met recently at the church. Those chosen for the coming year are: Mrs. R. S. Franklin, president; Mrs. Broolu Cole, first vice president; Mrs. Don Nauman, second rice president; Mrs. Neal Lindsey, secretary': Mrs, Harold Bascy. treasurer; and Mrs. Clinton Seawell. worship chairman. The following lire group chair men; Mrs. W. W. Belcher, Group 1; Mrs. C. E. Wallace, Group 2; Mrs Mary Oliver, Group 3; Mrs. Donald Dodd, Group 4; Mrs. A. J. Hur ley Group X; Mrs. Roy L. Smith Group Â«; M r r . Carroll Nickle Group T; and Mrs Harold Adcock Guild. Group S has not chosen offi 'cers. Groups 6 and t are new ones Mn. Harry Kiser gave devo (ions. Group 5 acted V incil1 naur Neil meeting is scheduled for July 5. New Role for Prirc NEW YORK (P-Gerald Price, a throaty baritone. iÂ« going back li the show in which he first woi Broadway's attention--but in a dif ferent role. Price appeared in a minor role li The Threepenny Opera when it be gan a fabulous run In 19M in Greenwich Villace theater. So after he was tapped for the Brosr way hit. Fanny, and played In two y e a r s . Fanny was eloÂ«ed now hut Th Threeprmr Opera Is still running. and Price hai been signed In t a k e nver the leading rolÂ« of highway 'i 'man Macheath. Ludnn Steinberger Bride of Student Min Luann Ue Sttintxrier, daughter of Mr. ind Mri. Ardu R. Steinbtrier cl 1729 Fifteenth ivrnur. became the bride ut John Conint 1ft, ion of Mr. ind llri. nichird R. Ue of Jerome, Idaho, i Saturday evening M f 7 o'clock it the I t'irtt Christian chu'rch. | The bride hn completed her , sophomore year at Colorado State t'nivrnity and the groom received 'his BS degree from CSU last week. | Mr will continue his studies there in veterinary medicine for the next tÂ»t years; The church was decorated with : four seven branched candelabra | with white tapers. These were iliihted before the guests arrived. White eladKlui and yellow garza , mums in larf e wicker baskets were on either fide of the altar. The ! bride's candle and the open Bible were centered in the chancel ai a part of the setting. As the recessional was played, Jay Steinberger, brother of the bride, removed the bride's candle and carried it to the back of the church where it was extinguished by the bride. Mrs. Edward Tegtman wan wea- i ding-organist. She provided incidental music and accompanied the vocalist, Donald Wayman. His selections were O Perfect Love and The Lord's Prayer, which was sung as the cnuple knelt at the altar. The Rev. Jack V. Reeve officiated at the double ring ceremony, which,was witnessed by 100 guests. \ Escorted and given in marriage Tuesday, June 11, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 13 Mrs. John Cenint let, th. formtr Miss Luann LÂ«. Sttlntxro.tr. Bridal portrait by Tht Martins. by her father, the auburn haired i bride was lovely in a gown ofiieau of pastel blue crystalct Chantilly lace over net and bridal | matched her gown and she wore satin. The long fitted bodice f e a - j w h i t e mitts. Her colonial bouquet Mrs. Carl Richard McKlnlty, thi formtr Miss Susan Jant Richards of Eau Clairt, Wis. McKinlegs Vacationing in Wis. after Wedding ardi at Eau Claire, Wis.. Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. McKinley and daughter, Barbara, left Tuesday for a vacation trip in Wisconsin. They expect to drive as far nortl luth, Minn., on Lake Supe return home by June 22. The McKinleyi, their daughter and Miss Faith Richards, sister of lured a scalloped Sabrina neckline, long sleeves which pointed over the wrists and a bouffant ballerina length skirt, which was scalloped Arthur C. Fry around the bottom. Her elbow Visits In Orrgon length veil of bridal illusion fell from a sculptured csp of lice, Arthur C. Fry of 2403 Ninth street ldorjle( i w jth sequins and seed attended commencement exercises | p olr | s Â«, .1. f i. n I T . . Â»...., . ^^ hride carried a colonial bouquet of white gladiolus and stephanotis, with streamers of pastel blue satin ribbon. Her blue garter was made by her attendant and was a was of yellow garta mums. Frank Black of Fort Collins, fra- lernity brother of the groom, was best man. The ushers were James Martin of Greeley, a high school Following the marriage of their | lt Mjrtle Creek _ Ore His grand-j son. Diet, to Miss SMitin Jane mend l u g n t e r i Dil je Marilyn Sail, was a .. *,... c- .. .. ... rafmber of the fra( j ua ti n(! C ia 55 . She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sail, former Greeley I Guests were greeted by the bride'i mother, who was attired in a mauve lace gown and white accessories. Her etrsage was ol white gladiolus. The groom's parents were unable to attend. Mrs. Vernon Card was reception lostesi. The bride's table was covered with a nylon lace cloth loaned by Mrs. C. E. Wallace. In the center was an arrangement of white, blue and yellow flowers, flanked by four tall while tapers. The three tiered white cake was topped by white bells, fastened with a satin bow and sprus of white flowers. Wreaths of yellqw and blue flowers surrounded the' base of 'he cake and punch bowl. After the hridil couple cut the first slice of cake, Mrs. Ralph Merrill completed the cutting. Mrs. Melvin Geib presided at the punch ibowl and Mis Nannetle Sieele and Miss Valerie Janes of Glenwood I Springs, college roommate of the bride, assisted in the serving. Also assisting with details of the reception were Mrs. Frank Brut- mann, Mrs. Otis Axiom and Mrs. Neil Hagerman. Among the out of state guests were Miss Ilcne Hies and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. tfeeve, all of Des Moines. Iowa. | The bride's going away cnstume was a flesh colored sheath d r e s s with white and turquoise design, j and turquoise ' linen duster. She wore white accessories and the corsage from her bouquet. After a week in the mountains near Estes Park, the Lees will be at home on West Vine street. Fort Collins. The bride is a 1955 graduate of Greeley high. She attended Phillips University at Enid, Okla.. her freshman year and last year transferred The guest book was presided over (,, Colorado State University. She by Jeannette Dale. Forty-five close Prtlbrttrlln Womtn Will Mttl Thursday Women's association of the Firit Presbyterian church will have Is June luncheon Thursday at 1 o'clock at the church. Circle 3 is hostess. A special feature ol the program will be the film, Prisoner Triumphant, based ca the life of Sara Perkins. , she will be employed as secre- ary to Colorado State University alumni. The groom is a 1953 graduate of Jerome. Idaho high. Mr. and Mrs. Steinberger were hosts at a rehearsal dinner Friday evening at the Manor Dining room. Covers were laid for 15 members of the wedding party and guests. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS classmate, Robert Hoff of Greeley. fraternity brother of the groom, and Jay Steinberger. friends of the bride and groom attended the re- has been employed part time as secretary to the Rev. Sherman Moore, pastor of the Fint Christian ____ _..,, ....... . ..... .._ ______ , ception at the Steinberger home, church ol Fort Collins. After July | WOULD YOU LIKE YOUK WATCH TO HUN BETTER THAN IT EVER HAS BEFORE? Then Have It Repaired at ROGERS JEWELERS Accuratcd On Tht Watch Master ; Dortha Fry. The Greeleyite and . from Modtl Mills _ gift to her. The coin in the bride's the bride, left last Thursday by car First steps have been taken to develop Manianillo, on Mexico's or Eau Claire. Miss McKinley was ] west coast (in the State of Colima) freshman this past year at Colo-1 into a major port, with rail con- ado College. Miss Richards was a nections. reshman at the University of Colo- ado. The McKirJeys' son and his est ma,n. Don E. 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