Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 13, 1957 · Page 19
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Pace 10 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thursday, June 13, 1957 uUoman J / ## Jenphm. Millir, EdiKr (J Ncwlywods Return from ITFSS^ ***·*£ San Kdward Hcrccnrcclcr and his bride, the former Miss Alberta Crouse, have returned from San lliefo. C a l i f . , where they were married and will maVe their home at 311 Kim-ry. l-oncmunt. The lride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. W. ('rouse of M i l l i k e n . w e n t to California on vacation and she and her t i m e r derided t« I* married there. They richanceil \ o w » at St. M a r y M a c d a l i n c r h n r r h . For her wed- d m f , the bride wore a dn-s.miVrr suit i.t xiold ramone in r a » n wool. Her »eerssines were beice snd she earned a w h i l e nrehiil on a w h i t e Bible. The couple was allended by Mr. and Mrs. Dive Evans of San Diepo. Allrr the c e r e m o n y , they w e r e honored at a reception at the home tit friend*. The bride is a 19.13 graduate of Milliken hich and look an a c t i x e part in school e \ e n t « . The groom attended Greeley schools. He h a s been employed in San Dieto. He now will f a r m east of U m c m o n t . He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ilrrgenreder of Grerley. H M«mttrs at Kvmtr Art Busy Kuner Boys A l l cluh c a \ e a h a r i d e Friday e v e n i n g . The croup fathered at the K u n e r school at " 30 p.m. Atwmt fifl members ard t h e i r guests enjoeil the ndr and l a t e r a w i e n e r r'»at at W a l l a c e J!nthe'» w i K x I l i i t . Members of the K u n e r ( J i t l s 4 1 1 eluh met Monday. The I K H S joined t h e m t(i m a k e p l a n s for a float in the July 4 parade. Connie Ilothe reported on the float committee meetings. Mis« Ilothe and Sharon f-rhlacel are in charge of K e l l i n c the m a t e r i a l s for the float. Work »'ill becin next week. First Fatbtr June U To Ctt A w a r d of Bui Weld County Cow belles will present the f a t h e r of the first child Ixirn at either of the hospitals here Sunday. Falher'a Day. w i t h · c e r t i f i c a t e for beef w o r t h $.V The Cow belles are prom u t i n g the s e r v i n g of Ix-ef for t h e m a i n item of the Father's Day dinner menu. The girls will refinish a piece of f u r n i t u r e for the 4-H auction. Fourteen members are playing soft- hall. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Ruby Coburn Named Top Dinlricl Officer Ruby Coburn, »ho was elected district g u a r d i a n nrishbor at a recent convention at Sterling, was lauded at a mee'.ini of Greeley circle No. 3, Neighbors of Woodcraft, last week at the IOOF hall. Anna Collins, g u a r d i a n neighbor, conducted the meeting. The following members transferred to (he circle from Wilden: r h t l l i i Humbert, Florence Bell a i r s . Ix.rrna M a n v i l l e and Fred H r a f Ileports were giun on the N c i c h burs of Woodcraft District circle m e e t i n g May 21 and 22 at Sterling, llenresenting Greeley were Zella Iteaglr, Gertrude Abbott and Flora Gibson. Mrs. Coburn, district ma- cieian, and Mary Oliver, district i n n e r sentinel, also attended, as well as F.tta Leadabrand, a l t e r n a t e representative. \ A m o n g the d i f n i l a r i e s present | w e r e Kudelle Norgaard of Port-, land. O r e . grand hanker. Elvini Korle of Boulder, member of the' crand l a w s committee, and M a t t i e Morse of Fort M o r g a n , grand rep- r e e n t a t i v e . The first d a y , a f t e r the grand and d i s t r i c t officers were escorted in. M a y o r J a m e s Walker welcomed the group and Mrs. Cobtirn gave t h e response. The grand officers and district g u a r d i a n neighbor were : presented corsages. Seven circles were represented. I w i t h a total of 17 delegates and a l t e r n a t e s and 17 officers. A ban ' onet was served Tuesday evening. Tables were arranged with spring flower* and a m i n i a t u r e c a m p f i r e at each plate. Flection was held Wednesday morning. Pearl Knight nf Inngmont was n a m e d grand representative to the grand circle session at Port- l a n d , Orr.. in September, with Mrs Abbott selected her alternate. Oreeley inviled District No. 1 to be its guest at the next district circle meeting in 19.19. New district officers, besides Mr*. Coburn, are Helen F.berharter · of Boulder, adviser; Jean Conda of Moulded, clerk; Gertrude N e w m a n of Fort Morgan, hanker; Viola Greeno of Boulder, magician; Ruth Item of Sterling, a t t e n d a n t ; Margaret Clark of Boulder, c a p t a i n of guards; M a r y Miller of IMatteville. inner sentinel; Christine Yakel of Ixingmont, outer sentinel; Zella Beagle of Greeley. m u s i c i a n ; E v e - lyne Sims of Sterling, flag liearer F.thel Aldrieh of Fort Morgan. K m e l i n e Bolts of l.ongmont and Fannie Lewis of Boulder, m a n - agers; Florence K v a n s of Sterling, senior g u a r d i a n ; Doris Itrahmstadt 'of I-nngmont, eorrespondent. District officers were installed Wednesday evening. The grand rep- r e s e n t a t i v e , Mrs. Knight, was introduced and Mrs. Norgaard spoke «n f r a t e r n a l insurance and its advantages. Next meeting of the Greeley circle is July J. Cora Goodwin and Iluby Coburn h a v e charge of the entertainment. Past G u a r d i a n Neighbors meet June 21 for a 1:30 o'clock dessert at the home of Flora Gibson, 311 Twelfth avenue. Thimble club will be entertained June 25 by Cora Goodwin of IOI» Eighteenth avenue. Mrs. Coburn will assist. Fathir-Stn SiiMjvtt al Millik.n Saturday Women's society of the Community Presbter!an church of Milliken is sponsoring Iti annual Father-San banquet Saturday at T p m., in the Aid Haven. Several fathers are to be especially honored. Junior and intermediate boys of the Sunday School are in charge of the tickets. Ashten Prejrtssln club's annual community picnic will be g i v e n Sunday, Aug. 11. in the shelter house at Island Grove p a r k . Date was previously set for Auj. 18. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Four (! lie tit Attend Meeting of Altrusa Mrs. Helen Maylott of Eaton, Mrs. Eva Sullivan of Duranco, Mrs. Carolyn Carl of lluntinjton, Ind., and Miss Gladys Peterson of Holdrege. N e b , were guests it the meeting of Altrusa Monday evening. The guests and M members enjoyed dinner at Marshall's cafeteria before going to the home of Miss tluth Waddell, l i l t Eleventh street. A short meeting was held to complete the business for the year. Plans were made for the national convention in New Orleans during July. Mils Mary James and Mils Wilmi Scott will be delecatei from the local club. Committee for the evening was Mrs. Alma Hereford, Mils Waddell and Miss Pauline Pogue. A picnic will be held in July, Valley View Club /» Entertained at School Thirteen mrmbert answered roll call when the Valley View Community elub met n ihi choui- pltni to be announced. There will j house lait week. Guests were be no August ueeting. Barbara Straiten and Elaine Clark- · I ion. W»att Willing "Wsrktri IH ciub| Hostel! for the afternoon was met tail week with Sheila Stew-1 lln. II«y Martin. It wai an- art. Julie Morita presided. The I nounced that Mri. UUnd Poe had group diieussed themei for the! resicned from the club. 411 float. Sheila Stewart cave a demonstration on clearing the table. The remainder of the time wai ipcnt working on tewinc pro] ! pointed: Mesdames John Iloth, eeti. Next meeting ii June 19 with Don Hird, Bill Wrrtt, George Betty Tateyama. I Smith and George Cunnincham. Next card party will h» held at the school Saturday at I p.m. The following committee was ap- June » meeting will b* with Mn. Myrtle Snider. Mrs. Mtrtin wffl be In charge of the program. Roll call Is to be answered with What 1 Dislike Most about Housework. Mrs. Carrlt Winn Enttrtalns Cuisls lira. Carrie Winn of MS Twelfth avenue has as her housegueiti her son, 11. A. Wiekei, and his family. l!r. and Mr«. Wickes and four daughters arrived Moodi'r »nd plan to leave Thursday to tour the southern part of the state. They have been livine near Bonners Ferry, Idaho, but plan to locate elseuhere. Bonners Ferry tl in ·tjhe northern part of the state. Welcome, Summer Students Grocery Krusty Film Selling NKW YORK i.f-Cn.S is ifllins last Sunday's filmed TV interview ^ t a ^ ^ i n g Communist houj Nik it r S. K h r u s h c h r v for rrpf at .«ho«in£* by station* in this country and abroad. A »polvp«rnan for CBS Trlrvision Kilm Sales, Inc., said Tw«day orders h a v e been received from station* in Chicago, St. Ixui*. K a n - sas City, Mo., and Washington. I). C. The Mm hn »fco been obtained for ihnwings in Britain, C a n a d a , Ati*tra4ia, Cuba, Sweden and Mexico. 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