Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 27, 1977 · Page 25
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26 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBl'NE Fri...MaV7.19J7 Elizabeth Ann Burt recites with Richard Keith Ward vows in Golden Women's oases To observe 60th wedding I I L/JLJL1V^11 O lstlC\*iJ Mr. and Mrs. Philip \V. a native of Lincoln. Neb., wen ·*· ^ Weitzel of Briggsdale will be married at Salems Kvangelica Large arrangements of white gladiolus and white and yellow daisy rm:m? were used to decorate the altar and communion table of the Applewood Baptist Church in Golden for the wedding of Elizabeth Ann Burl and Richard Keith Ward, Saturday afternoon. May 21. Potted palms added to the bridal setting in which Dr. Luther Mann officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of approximately 100 guests. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burt of Golden. The bridegroom is the son of L. D. Ward of Mt. Pleasant. Tex , and Mrs R. C. Moore of Monroe. La. Sam Ligon played organ accompaniment as Margaret Selby sang "0 Perfect Love," and Mary Ann Wetzler played the piano as Miss Welby sang "Evergreen." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a long gown of white polyester designed with rounded yoke and full lace sleeves with deep cuffs of polyester. Her full-length chape! veil of illusion was edged Graduation cards and Gifts GIFTS BOOKS · HILLSIDE MALL. PH. 356-1199 STORE HOURS: MONDAY THRU FRIDAY, 10:00709:00. SATURDAY, 10:00 TO 6:00. SUNDAY, NOON TO 5:00 SUPER MEMORIAL WEEK SPECIAL! $coo S 5 MEMORIAL FRESH CUT SPRAYS Rose and/or Carnation Sprays with bow and or filler. SUPER SPECIAL! TWO DOZEN LONG STEM ROSES (by the bunch) $coo ONLY */ per bunch FLOWER SHACK ICO with lace. She carried a cascade of white daisy mums ar.d yellow sweetheart roses. Miss Julie Forson of Lakewcod, the maid of honor, and Miss Maria Barllett of Greeley, the bridesmaid, were dressed in long gowns of yellow dotted Swiss with square necklines, puffed sleeves and deeply flounced skirts. They wore yellow hats and carried colonial bouquets of white daisy mums to complete their ensembles which were complemented by silver necklaces centered with cultured pearls which were gifts of the bride. Melanie Moore, sister of the bridegroom, wore white eyelet over .yellow for her role as flower girl. John Burt, brother of the bride, was the rlngbearer. The bridegroom selected his father, L. D. Ward, as his best man, and his brother, Larry Ward, as groomsman. The ushers were Keith Burt, brother of the bride, and Allen Masey of Glorieta, N. M. The bride made her going- away outfit, a three-piece pantsuit of baby blue sailcloth which she donned before departing on a honeymoon to an undisclosed destination. After May 25 the couple will be at home at the Glorieta Baptist Conference Center, Glorieta, N. M., where both are employed. Special events The bridegroom's parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at the Applewood Baptist Church on Friday evening. Mrs. Jerold Barnett and Miss Maria Barnett were hostesses for a miscellaneous shower on April 7 in. honor of the bride- elect, and Ruth Harlline, Pat Waller, Peggy Oxford, Sarah McLure, Mary Robertson, Norene Humphries and Ginger Miller entertained at a china, glass and silver shower at the Miller home in Lakewood. In Glorieta, Debbie Knapp, Jean Reeves .and Ginny Kendrick were hostesses for a miscellaneous shower. ADK group honors ·Marjorie Ramseier Mrs. Marjorie Ramseier was presented a gift honoring her retirement at the close of the school year by members of Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa at a May breakfast meeting in the Apple Butter Inn. Members of the Greeley Central Chorus, who were introduced by Mrs. Pat Bornemeier, told of some of the highlights of their trip to Mexico, and entertained the group with several songs. At the April meeting in the home of Jean Mallet, Mrs. Cynthia Frease gave an interesting and inspiring review of the book "Revelations" which includes diaries of women. Among the diaries reviewed were those of Mary Jane Moffet, Charoletto Painter. Louisa Hay Alcolt, Mais Nin, Ann Doftoevesky, Alice James, Virginia Woolf and Fanny Kimble. Blanche Dempsey, editor Rose Mary Koob, assistant V Mrs. John D. Strain Carol Pasternak wed to Dr. John D. Strain Weekend Specials J FRIDAY, MAY 27th Levi's Big Bell Cords I (J. Ou SATURDAY, MAY28th Levi's Big Bells $11.99 Levi's Shirts 20%OFF SUNDAY, MAY 29th Ladies'Jeans 7.77 Ladies' Tube Tops 2.77 2435 8th Avenue e Greeley Mon.-Fri. 9-7, Sat. 9-6, Sun. 11-6 A store full of Levi's in just your size at THE JEAWERY Miss Carol Pasternak of Denver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Pasternak, 1625 Fairacres Drive, and Dr. John D. Strain, son of Dr. and Mrs. James E. Strain of Denver, were married Wednesday evening, May 18, in Evans Chapel on the campus of Denver University. Dr. James Kirk officiated at the double ring service in the presenceofasmallgathering of family members and friends. The chapel was decorated with twin spiral candelabra with white candles and arrangements of yellow roses and white daisies. Hurricane lamps with yellow streamers decorated the pews along the aisle. James Hill was the organist. He played "Where Is Love?" "Evergreen" and "Follow Me" and accompanied Martin Warden as he sang "Sunrise, Sunset." Traditional wedding marches were played for the processional and recessional. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floorlength gown of white eyelet with a deep boat neckline enhanced with a wide Bertha collar of embroidered eyelet edged with scallops and the tunic skirt marked by pale yellow grosgrain ribbon. Her fingertip veil was edged with lace and was attached to a Juliet cap with matching yellow accents. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses centered with a gardenia, and accents of stephanotis and baby's-breath. Jiidi Pasternak served as maid of honor for her sister, and Vicki Akers of Denver was the bridesmaid. Their gowns were identical in brown and white gingham in a halter style trimmed with heavy white lace. Their colonial bouquets were of yellow roses, white daisies and baby's-breath. James Strain of Enid, Okla., and Jeff Strain of Denver, served as best man and groomsman for their, brother. Approximately 80 guests attended a wedding reception at the home of the bridegroom's parents following the wedding. Another reception in honor of the couple was given by the bride's parents in the Panorama Room of the Student Center of the University of Northern Colorado on May Among the guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strain of Denver, grandparents of the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Allison of Greeley, grandparents of the bride. The couple planned a Hawaiian honeymoon after which they will be at home at 856 S. Glencoe. Denver. For traveling the bride chose a navy and white pantsuit with matching accessories. A graduate of Greetey Central High School and the University of Northern Colorado, the bride is employed in the buyer-training program at May DF at Bear Valley Shopping Center. The bridegroom, a recent graduate of the University of Colorado Medical School, also attended Phillips University at Enid, Okla. He will begin his residency in surgery at the University of Colorado Medical School on July 1. Rehearsal dinner The bridegroom's parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at the Hungry Dutchman in Denver on May 17. Bride-elect honored Mrs. Robert Kahn, Mrs. Sam Segal, Mrs. Mike Meyer and Mrs. Harold Holzer were hostesses for a bridal shower and luncheon at the Kahn home, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goodman, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kahn and Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Yockey were dinner hosts at the Heatheridge Country Club in Denver. Vicki Akers was hostess for the bachelorette party in Denver, and Karen Alley hosted a miscellaneous shower at her home in Virginia Hills. Susan Lingle and Sandy Stenmark of Denver honored the bride-elect at a personal shower. Briggsdali guests of honor at a family dinner a! Bonanza Sirloin Pit at noon Sunday. May 29, in celebration of (heir «Xh wedding anniversary. Hosts will be their only son, Paul Raymond Weitzel. and five grandchildren. Among those attending will be the couple's oldest grandchild, Mrs. Robert VanDoren and two children, Robynn and Bobby, of Virginia Beach, Va.. and Mrs. Weitzel's sister. Martha Zwiefel of Denver. Ida Anna Smith, a native of Denver, and Philip W. Weitzel, Homemakers Club meets in Windsor Members of the Pleasant Valley Homemakers Club were entertained at a noon luncheon in the home of Mrs. Ted Stonemets, Windsor. As conservation chairman, she announced that aluminum articles are being collected at the Safeway Shopping Center lot for recycling. Papers for recycling are being collected by 4-H Clubs. During this month of graduations, members recalled their experiences at graduation from high school and college. The group worked on making beaded bells during the afternoon. The mystery gift was received by Mrs. Don Hungenberg. Installation of officers will be in June at the home of Mrs. Wallace Hopkins, 617 23rd St. were vangelical Church in Denver on May 29, 1917. They lived for some time in Fort Collins where Weitzel was emplojed by Great anniversary Western Sugar Co.. and in 1927 moved to a farm southeast of Briggsdale, where they farmed and ranched, and still make their home. The couple also has five great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Weitzel Joyce Simpson Engaged Mrs. Inez Simpson of Fort Collins and Dale Simpson of Windsor announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, to David Spight, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spight of Fort Collins. Miss Simpson, formerly of Eaton, is a graduate of Fort Collins High School and is employed by the United Bank at Fort Collins. Her fiance, a graduate of Rocky Mountain High School, Fort Collins, is employed by Intermountain Precast Co., Loveland. An Oct. 14 wedding is being planned. TROPICAL DESSERT Puree pared mangoes or papayas; fold in sweetened whipped cream and chopped toasted almonds. Serve chilled in individual compotes or wine glasses with additional almonds on top. 8th at 8th in Greeley Will Be CLOSED SUNDAY, MAY 29 and MONDAY, May 30 (Memorial Day) Our Memorial Day SPECIAL SALE With Tremendous Savings in All Departments As Advertised in Monday's and Thursday's Tribunes ' 8th at 8th, Downtown Greeley Open 9:30to 5:30, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. 9:30 to 8:30, Thursday. Telephone 353-2)11. BREAD DKMANI) IS HIGH WASHINGTON (AP) - A comprehensive analysis of the 170 high-volume supermarket grocery items shows wrapped bread as the most-used edible item. The study, conducted hy Progressive Grocer, an industry trade publication, based its rankings on 30,000 interviews with adults, covering 900 product categories. Statislics show that 96.7 per cent of the respondents use bread. Other items in high demand include table salt, flour, mayonnaise and mayonnaise-type dressing, catsup, margarine and granulated sugar. 2 1 I -for- 1 sancfo/foof special I purchase one pair of Nude 'N Naughty sandalfoot pantyhose for 2.50, and receive a bonus pair of sandalfoot knee-hi's (total value, 3.75)! Starling tomorrow, while our supply lasts, you can enjoy Round-the-Clock's famous fit and flattery in both pantyhose and knee-hi's-- for just the price of the pantyhose alone! Both are sheer sandalfoot style, so they let your toes peek out naturally from your 'summer sandals! Select fashion shades of tango, bare beige, cocoa creme or toffee. Remember, you have only while our supply lasts, and we'd hate to see you disappointed-- so hurry in! Hosiery, First Floor. The Denver in Greeley will be closed Sunday and Monday (Memorial Day). Open 9:30 to 5:30, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. 9:30 to 8:30, Thursday. Telephone 353-2111. Downtown Greeley

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