Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 11, 1957 · Page 40
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Reformed Presbyterian Women Meet in Gilcrcst June meeting of the Women's Missionary society of ihr lleionm-d Presbyterian church was hc|d ,-it (lie huniii- uf Mi». i-;.uu- Cuvn ..t, GUcresl. The covrrrd dish l u n c h - ! eon was SIM-VIM) in tin- \ H I | wjirrr all could enjoy Mrs. Loon'.* flout-rs and garden. Eleven mmihcrs ;MH! I h r c r · puesls, Mrs. 1). K Skinner, M r . Philip Kennedy aiv.l .Mr*. Cljcle Uunn, were prr.-.cni. Business mertini: was conducM-ii hy ihr pri'sirlrnl. M r s . I t . M. l';i: - son. Mrs. Crlwin Key-; :MVC Ilii- (ir- votions on llibln \Vninen. Tim month's Ionic was I.yih.i a Clin;- lian Business W o m a n . I t r - l l c-nll w;i answered \vilh a mime nf a Clins-. lian huMiiChMiian nr wtmiuii. Mrs. Coon pavo .ihnri s i i m m i i r i t of several hnnks in In- ir.nl in I hi 1 . readinR rirrle (inrjiii; the. y r a r . Quill piet-es l;» he SCMII in tin- church's I n d i a n mission wrn- .-iskc d lor hy Mrs. W a r n i i r k Itaih-y. i-luiir-' man of the work r m n i n i t l c r . Mrs! Maude Allrn hns rlmulrrl a p i r c f d quilt Inp for n i i s ^ i n n \vtirk. Ms. A. A. Carlson will IK- the July 5 hostess al Mm r h n r r h . i Lighl t h n l travels In y n u r i^yc-s Inovps at Iflfi.Odi) imies per smmd. · I Page 20 GREELEY TRIBUNE Tuesday, June 11, 1957' oman 6 Josephmo Millir, Editor rp rn p J o I our hurope £cr^ ^jT HEW DESIGN MAKES STRAN-STEEL BUILDINGS STRONGER New SIron-Stnel Rigid Frome bulldlngi pul mojl- IHim rtrMgth whore il'l needed moil. rtiree holled auembly polnli --knee, peak and Joundallon -make erection foil. Theie rugged buildinqi nrn nvnll- oble from your Slron-Sleel dealer tn flve widmt. WINDSOK-iMiss I t u l h Slrceb, ;ilnvc, l e f t Creeley M o n d a y tu j f t i n M n l h p r cnllcye anfl u n i f e r s i - ly s h u l f n l s I n k i n g nn e r l u c a l i r j n a l Inui 1 nf Kiirripr». Thr f l n u n h l r ; - ol Mr. ;md Mrs. llr-liry Street), Miss Strepl) w i l l hr a junior al (!o!o- , From -July HO iinlil A U K . 13 they 1 will lake a lias tour nf G e r m a n y | seeing Ihe lilies ot H a m b u r g , llan- ' n v e r . Bonn, W u r m s , F r a n k f o r t , | S i m i l a r ' . Uridrlher;. Munich and ', Aun.sbnrr,. | AnothiT we-k w i l l \if .-.[ti'dt in I vi.silini; Itrrne, Switzerland and . Rome. I t a l y . | Auc 23 Ihe sluilenls will luianl .-hip al I.r.Ilavrr fur Die r c l u r u i trip. A f t r r l;mflin^ in New York j City they will Iriur W a M i i n K l o n , D. .C. i Mis^ Strcel) will arrive hoini 1 (nr i a slinrt \ p isil heforc cnrnllinn lor i the f a l l q u a r t e r al CSCH. DAV Junior Girli ' W o r k on Projftcti i June meeting nf Ihe DAV Junior i a u x i l i a r y was held al Ihe, DAV ; I home, fiirls made 120 nuieups (or j Ihe Fourth nf July and Father's I Day cards. (lames were play.'d a f t e r liiu i business meeting. Refreshments 'were served hy W a n d a .In Vigil. J u l y f. meeting will also be at Ihn DAV home. Officers will be i n s t a l l e d al Lovcl.-ind w i t h Ihe DAV chapters and auxiliaries. They are: K a l h y riirlri Stair College of Education I "I' 1 '' 11 ' 1 " 1 ". 1 ' f o m m a n d r r ; W a n d a ,lo RIGID FRAME B U I L D I N G S Western Metal Products Lew DorBty (fen.) "70 Don Gallup (rca,) '14|9 1015 3rd SI. · Phone 2323 in Ihr r'nllnwinn a short .stop over in ( ' h i c n g o , Miss ·Stri'eh will arrive [i Now Ynrk Sunday. Thr p a r t y will leave from t h e r e next Tuesday aboard the Arnsn Sky. The group will a r r i v e in Lal l a v r e , l-'r.ince J i m p 2fi. Aflcr a Iwo day cxi'iir-sinn along Ihc N o r m a n d y coaslal area, the s t u d e n t s w^l spend five rlays in Paris sightseeing. Trips to Versailles and Char- Ires arp. also planned. July C, Ihe lour will (ravel hy I t r a i n lo F r a n k f o r t , Germany where i it will enplane to Berlin. The uroup will study at the University of Berlin from J u l y 7 unlil July !3. The next slop will b e ' H a m b u r g which will he reached by plane. The American sludenls will Iravel next by Irain In Stockholm, Sweden anrl Ihen hy steam ship lo Helsinki, Finland. Ten-.days will be spenl sUidylng nt the University nf Finlnml and traveling in thnl country. The grnnp will spend Iwo days touring Copenhagen, D e n m a r k . Vigil, senior vice c n i n m a n d e r ; Dol|lie Kler, junior vice commander; I C h a r l a y n a Sumeraii, c h a p l a i n ; j N a n c y l l o y l , s e r g e a n l - a t - a r m s ; Dar- Icne Kler, palrlolic instructor; and Carol Brauhcr, a d j u l a n l . Fin Bellai, a u x i l i a r y lo Ihi Kersey Fire d e p a r t m e n t , met recently si Ihe fire house. Mrs. Fred Jluf- [crl thanked Ihe club for Ihc gel well card she received while ill. Plans were made for allendinq Ihc slale. convention In he held in Love- I .and June. 19 unlil 22. " A picnic i n ' , Kersey park for Ihe husbands is j scheduled for July 10. The group voted lo donalR S5 lo help spray the lown for mosquitos. Nexl mecling will he June 25 instead of Ihe regular July .1. Mrs. Clco Doss served refreshments. Women of-Moose Elect Officers i Guest» attending the meeting | Initiation services were held for I from Lonsmont chapter No. 1211' Mrs. Joe . Klein, who was spon- |«-ere Mesdames J a c o b Haas.-sored by Mrs. Stroh: .Mrs. Otto [George S.llner. James L. Bfooks. Xliriilian ar.d Mrs. Jake Deader, William Hielschcr, Clarence Adler. i sponsored by Mrs. Clara Miller, Louis I.akner, Harold Tanner and and Mrs. Harvey Buderus, spon- C!'ES Pc-plcr i«nrwl bv Mr«. B. n. Bihain. Mrs. Winnelt. membership chair- j Refreshments were served by the .nan, introduced her c o m m i t t e e , membership chairman and her Mesdames Adolph Schafer, Paul [committee. Ehrlich, August McGrath, Van Dumler, Ruskirk, VVumt'n uf ktie Moo*e eiecieri n(-1 fleers at a recent meeting at the | Moflse hall at Evans. .Mrs. Alex Bierig is senior regent; Mrs. Robert Blehm. Junior regent- Mrs. Albert Troudt. chaplain: Mrs. Orley Van Buskrrk, recorder; Mrs. Herbert Giesick. treasurer. Mrs. John Slcncel Jr. is junior graduate re- gen I. Installation services will be held June 23, followed hy » covered dish . supper. |ll e usher: Mrs. Carl Woods. Mama Gifts were presented to those se-| Flenager; Mrs. Marrit, Papa Flcn Harold j \cxt meeting is June 19 at S p. Ethel i m . , at the hall. How-ley, Huth Harris, Mnllie Cliris-|- tenson, Ethel Jureens and Carrie j I Miller. A mock wedding was staged. Tak-1 ins part were Mrs. .McGrath, the | preacher: Mrs. Miller. Cousin X.rke, i curing the most new members during Ihc year. Mrs. Dierig was first and received a diamond ring. Mrs. auer; Mrs. Van Uuskirk. flower girl; Mrs. Christenson, best man; Mrs. Nellie Colcman, maid of hon- ; rarS IH rckFOimAHCi MAICO H E A R I N G A I D S . i \l .' MAICO HEARING ASK "our M a r v i n Winnclt was second Mrs. J. J. Stroh, third. and lor; 'Mrs. Dumler, city slicker I f i r o n m ; and Mrs. BicriB, hride. Ph. 3985, Greeley David Verl Ringle (md hirbride, the former Gloria Ann Muiso. Photo by Liberty itudlo. Kiiigle-iVIusso Vows Exchanged Mr. and Mrs. David Vcrl Ringle are now residing si reel following a al 1104 Sixth week's hnney NOT1C.T, moon. Their wedding was an evenl of June 2 in Ihe Messiah Lutheran church of Grand Junction. Mrs. Single, the former Gloria Ann Musso, is Ihe Mr. and Mrs. Augusl daughter of C. Schroder of Fruita. The groom's parents L will not be responsible for delils i are Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Ringle of contracted hy anynne other lhan myself. Beryl Haywood. USE THE TRIBUTE WANT ADS Make it a great day lor Dad give him gifts he can WEAR... Dad has a tasle in clothes all his very own and we've got the "personality" styles, c o l o r s , q u a l i t y , and wearability he likes in sportswear and accessories. Choose that "gift" -perfect for Father's Day, Juno 16th, here! FREE Gift Wrapping Dad's a sport! SPORTSHIRTS Short sleeves, long sleeves, in san- forized woven cotton, broadcloths nnd oxfords. All Famous mokes . . . McGregor . , . Manhattan. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT Famous-Make Men's Fine Thousands of slylrj-minded shirts .. by Hathaway . . . Manhattan . . . Arrow . . . in every wonted collar style. Lighl weight for summer, also year-round wear, All sizes. 395 Also a big of pastel hues. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS Aspen. Thr hrlde'is a graduate nl TMlkin County Hieh school in Aspen and attended Ihp. National School of Aeronnulics, Kansns City, Mo. She was employed for one and a hall years al Ihc Piikin Counly bank Aspnn. For srven months shfi wan' an airline .hostess for North Central airlines in Minneapolis. .She nnw is a Roller Dl Ihc H-reelcy Na man. Ushering were Dan Ringle and Harry Ilgen. The bride's mothpr wore a flora] design chiffon dress, with contrasting cummerbund, and white hat. Mrs. Bingle chose s powder blue gown. Both had while carnation 1 corsages. The receplion was held in Ihe Schroder home following the ceremony. Miss Mary Ann Slozar ol| prand Junction poured punch. Mrs. John E. Ringle, the groom's sister-in-law, of Falls Church Va., and"Mrs. Clark llgen cut the cake. The bride's Woodmansce charge of the guesl book. aunt, Mrs. Robert of Pueblo was in The bride's black traveling costume, linen sheath wilh matching black and white checked dusler. A black straw hat; trimmed wilh "while flow^-s, white gloves and shoes and the corsage Sales of radios (classed as luxuries) in Chile during 1956 were far behind 1955. from her bouquet completed her outfit. The couple spe"nl Iwo days in Grant! Junction and four in Colo- i'ionaiYank"."Tno"nrid'e 'iW'former I " do Springs before returning to member of Beta Sigma Phi. Grecley. Ringle is also a Pitkin Counly High school g r a d u a t e He will he a Ihirri quarter junior this summer al Colorado Slale College where he is majoring in industrial arts. He has been employed by '.he job department of the Greeley Tribune. The Bev. G. L. Oldsen officiated al the Ririgle-Musso riles. Double ring vows were exchanged al 2:30 o'clock in Ihp. prpscnce of 75 guests. Mrs. James E. Moore, wedding vocalist, sang The Lord's Prayer and Wonderful One. Organist was Judilh Ringle, sisler of (he groom. Pink and white carnations and snapdragons provided a background for Ihe ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her step-fa'lhcr, was attired in a gown of Chanlilly lace, salin and net. The lace bodice featured a Sabrina neckline. While lace licrs over salin and net formed Ihe full skirl. Her veil ot illusion was trimmed wilh lace malching her gown and held in place by a head- i b a n d of pearls and linted sequins. ,The. bride carried a bouquet of ·-vliite roscse and stephanolis, Miss Myrna Rae. P.itton of Aspen | was maid nf honor. Her gown was pink nel, ballerina length, She carried pink and blue carnations. John F. R i n g l e nf Falls Church. Va., served his brother as best DO BUSINESS W I T H THE MAN YOU KNOW I Lcwii Smilh, Mgr., Greeley OIFic« READY C A S H PAST Amnuul Privorcly . . . No co-vgnen rcqiiirrd. We rf)p?cl Ihe privacy of your confidential nffnir,. Promptly . . . h-cnne our .17 yenr« of ewnerirnce hoi louaht in nil Ihp Ipmp-mvina »hnrl cull ricasanffy . . . S i n e * 1920 ~ P hnvp pnjnyrH o r^pulolicn for euli'nnding ceurTesy and frlentj- lineii. SECURITIES C R E D I T C O R P . VI? V l h A v e n u e Greeley, Colo. wherever you go . happier traveler with a TRAVEL POLICY To Safeguard Yourself and Your Belongings! FLOOD AND PETERSON AND insurance ApeciaiittA , We Stand Between You and Loss 708 Tenth Street phone 218 YOU! J «»i-«^ wear bp THE GREATEST SUMMER PLAYWEAR ASSORTMENT EVER AT WARDS Wards great sale of / J ·-,-· -.: summer skirts''If/ COTTON FABRICS, STYLES, SWEEPS USUALLY FOUND IN 3.98 SKIRTS \ each 2.79 Drip dry, wrinkle resistant Everglaze prints and solid broadcloths in almost every shade I Wonderful full sweeps up to 120"--some gored, some unpressed pleat and double pleat styles. Some with cummerbunds, wide belts, 22-30. L Open Fri

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