Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 11, 1957 · Page 26
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Richard McKinley Marries in Wis. A romance which began on Iht' 1 campus of Carlcton college al Northfield, .Minn., was culminated in Eau Claire. Wis., Monday afternoon when Miss Susan Jane Richards became Ihc bride of Carl j Itichard McKinley. son of Mr. and ?.!r;. dri T. 51c7,'i»!ry uf ISO? Fourteenth street. Her parents arc Dr. and Mrs. n. It. Richards of 463 Gilbert avenue. Eau Claire. The dale of June 10 was chosen by the couple as it is the wedding anniversary of both of their parents. The marriage was solemnized at 4 o'clock at the First Congregational church with the Rev. Forrest York performing the double ring ceremony. The 200 guests included Ihe parents of Ihe croom, his sister. Miss Barbara McKinley, Rr-A Don Meyers from Grceley. Miss McKinley was a bridesmaid and Meyers was hcsl man to Ihe groom. For Ihe all-white wedding, two candelabra with white candles entwined with huckleberry and white flowers were on either side of the altar. At the base were two large bouquets of gladiolus and chrysanthemums. Pews were marked hy green garlands, peonies and ribbon bows. Handy Richards, brother of Ihc bride, lighter! Ihc candles. Escorted lo the altsr by her falher, who lalcr gave here away. - the bride was exquisitely gowned in silk organza over taffeta. Reem broidertd Alencon lace outlined the sculptured neckline of the fitted basque bodice with short crushed sleeves, worn wilh gauntlets. Wreaths of re-embroidered Alencon lace appliqued the diaphanous skirt with chapel sweep. An heirloom veil of Roscpoint and Brussels lace was worn simply over her hair. Her bridal bouquet was of white butterfly roses and stephanotis. » Miss Betsey Richards was her sisterls maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Faith Richards, Jaeger-Darfur ol Minnesota. Their dresses were the same of white imported 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 hals in ballet blue and little while wicker baskets filled with blue and white painted daisies, which they carried. Mothers of the bridal pair were smartly gowned and wore corsages of glamelias. Mrs. Richards' dress was of water blue silk. Her hat and shoes mntched her gowri 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. Garden flowers 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 ealla lillies. Mr. and Mrs. McKinley will spend 3 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 1 in Boulder at 1401 Nineteenth street. The bride was graduated wilh honors from University of Minne sola School o£ 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 New Officers Officers were elected when the Christian 1 Women's Fellowship of the First Christian church met recently at the church. Those chosen tor tie coming year are: Mrs. R. R. Franklin, president; Mrs. Brooks Cole, first vice president; Mrs. Don Nauman, second vice president; Mrs. Neal Lindsey, secretary; Mrs. Harold Basey, treasurer; and Mrs. Clinton Seawell, worship chairman, The following are group chairmen; 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. Hurley, Group 5; Mrs. Hoy L. Smith, Group 6; Mrs. Carroll Nickle, Group 7; and Mrs Harold Adcock, Guild. Group 8 has not chosen offi 'cers. Groups 6 and 8 are new ones. Mrs. Harry Kiser gave devotions. Group 5 acted as social hour hostess. . . . . Next meeting is scheduled for July 5. New Role for Price NEW YORK ifl--Gerald Price, a throaty baritone, if going back (o the show in which he first won Broadway's attention--but in a dif- ferr-nl role. Price appeared in a minor role in The Threepenny Opera when it began a fabulous run in 1954 in i Greenwich Village theater. Soon after he was tapped for the Broadway hit, Fanny, and played in it two years. Fanny was closed now but The Threepenny Opera is still running, and Price has been signed lo take over the lending role of highway^ i ' man Machealh. Ludnn Steinberger Bride of Student Miss Luann Lee Stcinberger. j 's'jj'itfT of Mr. and Mrs. Arden I ;;. Slcinberger of 1723 Fifteenth j avenue, became the bride of John Cuiianl Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.. ilk-hard R. Lee of Jerome, Idaho.' Saturday evening ?l 7 o'clock al the j :':r:'. Chrislias church. The bride has completed her ] Miphomore year at Colorado State j. t'nivcrsily and the groom received his BS degree from CSU last week. lie will continue his studies there in veterinary medicine for the next I two years! · I The church was decorated wilh lour seven branched candelabra u i l h white tapers. These were lighted before Ihe guests arrived. While etiriiclus and yellow fiarza m u n i s in large wicker baskets were mi cilhcr side of Ihe altar. The bride's candle and the open Bible "·ere centered in the chancel as a pnrt of Ihe setting. As the recessional was played. Jay Steinberg- cr, brother of the bride, removed Ihc bride's candle and carried it to : Hie back of Ihe church where it was [extinguished by the bride. Mrs. Edward Teglman was wend i n g - o r g a n i s t . She provided inci- j dental music and accompanied I the vocalist, Donald Wayman. His I selections were 0 Perfect Love and The Lord's Prayer, which was sung i as the couple knelt al Ihc altar. I The Rev. Jack V. Reeve officiated at the double ring ceremony, which,was witnessed by 100 guests. . \ j Escorted and given in marriage Twsday, June 11, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 13 PrttbyUrian Women Will Mtet Thursday Women's association of the First Presbyterian church will ha\e is Juiic iukii.i'»«" itiur.h.17 at 1 o'clock at the church. Circle 3 is hiMTPis. A special feature of Ihe program will be the lilm. Prisoner Triumphant, based on the life of Sara Perkins. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Mrs. John Conant Lee, the former Ml" Lu»nn Lea Steinberger. Bridal portrait by The Martins. i b y her father, the auburn haired, bride was lovely in a gown of deau Mrs. Carl Richard McKinloy, the Former Miss Sulin Jsnt Rich- trdi of Eau Claire, Wit. McKinleys Vacationing in Wig. after Wedding Arthur C. Fry Visits in Oregon Chanlilly lace over net and bridal satin. The long fitted bodice featured a scalloped Sabrina neckline, long sleeves which pointed over the wr'isls and a bouffant ballerina length skirl, which was scalloped around the boltom. Her elbow length veil of bridal illusion fell , from a sculptured cap of lace, Arthur C. Fry of 2403 Ninth street jdorncd wit h sequins and seed , ,, . atlended commencement exercises | nn ,.i Following the marriage'of their ] f ,, f i rr/vk Dm H k · Brand-1 ^l ^ ·_, · _, , · , L ._ ...:.. f- .-.._.:_ - =:_·_ ! flt Myrtle i^reeK, ure. nis granu | jj,,, |,nde carried a colnnial.hou- .. , DICK, to miss susan jiane mcn- ards 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 norlh as Du- uth, Minn., on Lake Superior and return home hy June 22. The McKinleys, their daughter ind Miss Faith Richards, sister of he bride, left last Thursday by car for Eau Claire. Miss McKinley was a freshman this past year at Colorado College. Miss Richards was a teshmaji at the University of Colorado. The McKinleys' son and his jest man, Don E. Meyers who was his cla'ssmale at Greeley High school, left for Wisconsin Wednesday, also by ;car. Meyers has been leaching this year at Grand June- ion high school. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. McKinley were hosts at Ihe rehearsal dinner at the Hotel Eau Claire, entertaining 25 guests. The oldest Quaker Meeting House in the United States, built in 1699, is now a city community center for children in Newport, R. I. daughter, Dixie Marilyn Sail, was a member of Ihe graduaiing class. She is Ihe daughlor of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sail, former Grceley residents. Mrs. Sail is the former Dortha Fry. The Greeleyite is on vacalion from Model Mills. First sleps have been taken to develop Manzanillo, on Mexico's west coast (in the Stale of Colima) inlo a major port, wilh rail connections. ol pastel blue cryslalcl matched her gown and she wore while mitls. Her colonial bouquet was of yellow garza mums. Frank Black of Fort Collins, fraternity brother of the groom, was best man. The ushers were James Martin of Greclcy, a high school i Guests were greeted by the bride's mother, who wa altirtii in a mauve lace gown and white accessories. Her ccrsage was of while The groom's parents were un- jab)e lo attend. Mrs. Vernon Card was reception ! hostess. The bride's table was cov- ; j crcd with a nylon lace cloth loaned by Mrs. C. F.. Wailace. In the con-; ter was an arrangement of while. 1. she will be employed as sccre- i blue anil yellow flowers, flanked by lary lu Colorado Sisic University I four tall while lapers. The three alumni. tiered while cake was lopped hy i T nl , groom is a 1053 graduate of while hells, fastened with a satin j j crom? . Idaho high, bow and sprigs of white flowers. | Mf and M r q Slcinb erger were Wreaths of yellow and blue flowers! h j s|s al e rp] , carsa i dinner Fridar surrounded the'base of 'he cake l c v c n i n s at , nc Jlanor T) in i ns room, and punch bowl. Covers wore laid for 15 members After lhc bridal couple cut t h c ' u n h e wedding party and guests. first slice of cake, M r s . Ralph I - ~ Merrill completed the culling. Mrs. Mclvin Geib presided al the punch howl and Miss Nnnnclle Slcele and Miss Valerie Janes of Glcnwood j Springs, college roommate of t h e ; bride, assisted in the serving. Also assisting with details of the | reception were Mrs. Frank BruK-'j mann, Mrs. Olis Axsom and Mrs. | Neil Hagcrman. Among thp out of stale guests | were Miss Ilene Ries and Mr. and | Mrs. J. V. tfeeve, all of Des: Moincs, low.i. The bride's going away costume! was a flesh colored sheath dress! wilh white and turquoise design, and turquoise ' linen duster. She! wore white accessories and the cor- ! sage from her houquct. i After a week in Ihe mountains j near Esles Park, the Lees will bo at home on West Vine street, Fort Collins. The bride is n 1355 graduate of Grceley high. She allendcd Phillips University at Enid, Okla., her freshman year and last year transferred by Jeannellc Dale. Forty-five close friends of the bride and groom attended the re- classmai'c, Robert Hot! of Greeley, fraternity brother of the groom, and Jay Steinberger. The guest book was presided over to Colorado Slate University. She has been employed part time as secretary to the Rev. Sherman Moore, pastor of Ihc First Christian ceplion at the Steinberger home, church of Fort Collins. Afler July WOUM1 YOU LIKE YOUIl WATCH TO UUN BETTER THAN IT EVER HAS BEFORE? Then Have It Repaired al JEWELERS Aceunilert On The Watch Master quet of white gladiolus and stephanotis, with streamers of pastel blue salin ribbon. Her blue garter was made by her attendant and was a gift lo her. The coin in the bride's slipper was dated the year of her father's birth. The maid of honor and only attendant was the groom's sister, Miss Judy Lee. She wore a pastel blue gown of crystalct over taffeta. 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