Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 13, 1957 · Page 24
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 24

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
Page 24
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Brownies Close Successful Canij) Brownie Puw-Wow Day closed Wednesday at Ck-iuiu-rc park with a program fur iht- inuih- ers and fathers. Tin- |KIIYIII ;iu- lunch with the H r u u n i f * ;it J l o'clock ar.d Ihi:: ^Ihcri".! ^:'_-j::'.! day camp hcadq.iiirliTs w i t h (he fiirls and ihcir le;itlcrs. Thi- tlu-iiu 1 ior the day \vj* Jirownit-s Arc Thoughtful. Mrs. Harry Cameron, dirt-dor of (he camp, lliankud Hit- mm k^itcrs and her staff members for ilu-ir wonderful cooperitlion ilurini; i h c ' five day r a m p .SL'.IMUII. She wrlconu'il ihc purmls ;mrl' introduced Mrs. Don Knit-, w l i u , directed thn program. Thi- H r o w n - 1 ies sang (he following snn^. The1 Brownie Hello, The I'm:; Simii, The I Bi'ownie I 1, Tlic jlruwnit- i Smilo Sony and d i r l Scouts Tn-! get her. Unit 12, The Siinorinni-ls, sang The Sunhonnct Sue Soiic;. The entire group of Brownies joined in sinning Ihc camp t h e m e sonji, The' Red Men. Colors wen 1 retrieved by Donna V a u g h n , Susan llrown mill I.ind;i Ycagcr, with Ceorpia Smith i n ! rhariie. Tlic Brownies .SHIIIJ T.ip« and the girls were dismissed. i Special Rucsts \verc j\lr.s. Knmk i Warren, retiring Grceley District s c h a i r m a n . Mrs. Karl I-'underhurk, j last year's camp director, and .Miss Betly Mallnncc of the Seoul staff, who spent Iho mnrn'mg nl the tump. oi^ncm J Josiphini Mllltr, Editor Paul Bingliam and!?'" iWifp. CSU Grads j Mrs. ElizabciJiShannaD, and a close :nd. Dr. Norraa LeVeque, both lot Boulder; his parcels, Mr. and I Mrs. Gael Sporlslra o[ Grcclcy; ; and his siitor, Miss Helen Bin;;-; There he will be employed »s i research engineer with a branch of North American Aviaiion. Miss Helen Bioeham was taken It Dcir KUI^c Chile: llcsdr/ by her mother. She will be employed there this summer. Wesleyan Guild Has 4 Guests al Meeting ' I l i a i n , who was a freshman ; Paul Bingham, member of the! 1 ' 1 ':'' y e a r - CSU 1952 class of Grceley High school, and his wife, the former Betly Looncy of Grand Junction, \verc graduated Friday from Colorado ; Stale University at Forl Collins, His degree is in mechanical engineering and .Mrs. liingham's, occupational therapy. Gingham also received his second lieutenant's commission in Ihc ordnance branch of Ilic field artillery. Those present al the commencement to see Mr. and Mrs. Bingham graduate ,included her parents: Mr, and Mrs. H. II. Loonc-y of Grand Junction; her great aunl, BiuKliam was president of Ihc Forl Collins chapter of American Society of Mechanical Engineers this year and also received a certificate for being the outstanding mechanical engineer of the year. Mrs. Bineham is a member of Delta Zcla sorority. Sharing commencement activities with the Binghams was their 15-monlh-old so'n, Jimmy, who wore a cap and gown made by his grandmother, Mrs. Spoclstra. Monday the Binghams left on a week's vacation trip after which they will go to Canoga Park, Calif., I Twenty-five members and four guests attended the June meeting of Wesleyan Service guild in the educational building of the Firs( Methodist church last week. Guests were Metdamcs Edna Jiann, A. W. McTaggerl, Frances Wolfe and Vera Alexander. The new president, Mrs. Bernice Bcemcr. presided. She gave a report of the divisional conference of Ih4 Wesleyan Service guild held in May at Pueblo. Mrs. Helen Larson had devotions using the subject, Hands. She gave many Bible verses in which the word hand is found. Thursday, June ISPagt 12 Ashmore. Mrs. Ardis Scheibley ud Hiss Vera Ingslrom. Refreshments were served bjr U» committee. Mrs. Estella Brown. Miss Pat Brydon and tin. Ceeelii Bunnell. The guild will TacaUon until September. The Sin FrasriscD OaUand B»T Bridge carries 92,000 vehicle! §v- eery day. Dorothy Gray COSMETICS · . GILBERT-BISHOP DRUG GO, Your Rexill Stor« 820 8th 8t Phont 700 We Give £[VT Green Stampi Reported 111 were Miss Jessie \_f-i_n_»~i_»~_»~u--i_O_ Rowe-Mclntosli Rites Solemnized Miss Ilene Kay Mclntosh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Mcln- tosh of AuK, and Kenneth K. Howe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thco It. flowe of Eaton, were married Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in the Danforlh. chapel on the Colorado Stale University campus nL Fort Collins. Sixty-five guests aUemlcd the service, which wns performed by the Rev. W. J. Ilage. Double ring vows wore exchanged. John Ilol- tofff of La Junta was wedding on EanisL and Mary Lee. Baskin of Denver, the vocalist. Both arc college friends of the bride and .groom. Miss Baskin sang Walk Hand in Hand with .Me and Wedding Prayer. The wedding marches were used. The altar was decorated with spring flowers, hanked hy candles. Connie Kay of Grcclcy, cousin of the groom, lighted the tapers. ,Given in marriage by her father, Ihc bride wore a gown of while nylon lace over taffeta, length. The decollete bodice had short sleeves and »L I h n waistline was a wide taffeta c u m m e r b u n d . Her veil and tiara were designed and made hy Mrs. Nevin Itruwnies uf '..'nil I / , wlin t'lilli-d lliun^elve.s Ihi- I,;iriats, tire jiiclnrril inspect in;,' llirir t-aji'p .^ilc al CIcniiuTc jiar!:. ' l i n y were a n i u i i ^ ihc inurr llian 2'M si't-ond ;ind third !.:r:idr Ilro\viiii*.s whu look part in UK- l i v f - d a y I'ow-U'mv Day i-amp. Knci-linn arc, k'fl, .Mikiu Cariu-y, d a i i R h l p r (»[ Mr. and Mrs. Moyd Carnt-y of Nn. 2 l-'ullyu'ijud i l r i v i - ; ami Lyniii 1 Jilus- k;is, (liiiiL-lilcr di .\|r. ;ind .Mrs. \\iili.Mii hlnskas of ll^O T u i - n t y .-.ixdi MITI-L m a i l . Si.Liidini; hy Hit 1 lifa- , whicli holds ihirir coats and sack lunches, are, h'ft In riyhl, Sandra Uudsnn, daughter of Mr. and Mr.-:. Vcrnon lliulstJii of I22S Kleveuth street; Mar- Inn- Slail, clauyhlcr of (he Art Slalls of 1104 Fif- tci-nlh iivciiuc; and Dcamia Mi-Candless, daufjhler of Mr. and Mrs. Charh'S McCanNlrss of 1210 Ninth .slrei-t. Tin 1 h-adt-rs of this u n i t were Mrs..Joe Spnn^sKfii and Mi.s. David G i a l j a ^ L . PliuLu by Jim brother 1 Kovve of J-JjiliH], M a r i l c e Mrs, Marthd Meredith Sees Grandson Graduate Mrs. M a r t h a Mcrcdilh of 020 The flower ^ i r l Huwc, si.slt.-i- df llu- KI-OOIII. Tweinh avenue attended the com- Olipluinl nf iH-nvi'i- iipplicw of t h u ! inenmni'iil of Colorado Stale Uni- 1 bride, carried Ihe rings. Mn\. M e l n l n s h was attired In a beige chiffon afternoon gown and beige accessories. She wore a maroon cymbidium corsage. The groom's mother eliuse a tan afternoon gown and m u l c h i n g accessories. Her corsage was of pink cym- Imliums. The reception was held at Am- mnns hall. Seventy-five gue:;ls last * Friday morning and saw her grandson, Jon Stewart Ogden uf Granby, receive his degrue in civil engineering. He is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ogdcn of Granby. His father was reared at Pierce and his mother, the former Mary Wisner, in Grceley. See our advertisement in IQ- day's Tribune Page H for a bar- i air conditioning. Cummings Oliphant Jr. of Denver, a u n t of the bride. The Tin^crlip veil was of nylon illusion and the tinra of hearts, outlined hy seed pearls and encrusted wilh crystal heads. The bride's bouquet was of light pink roses in a one point design. She carried n lucky coin of Ihe groom in her bouquet. Something blue was n garter and old, a handkerchief of Mrs. W. D. Kay. In her slipper was n lucky coin belonging lo W. D. Kay. The Knys arc grandparents of the groom. Miss Maurine Johnson of Eaton, high school classmate and college friend of the bride, was maid of honor, She wore a medium pink laffola slitnlh grown, with net cummerbund nnd mnlchinj* hat Her colonial bouquet was of pink carnations. The bridesmaids were Miss 'Rosemary Becman of Hocky Ford and Miss Barbara Blancy of TJaker- ficld, Calif., college roommate nf the bride. Their gowns were likr- that of the maid of honor only of light pink t a f f e t a . They also carried colonial bouquets. Van L. Mclnlosh of AiiH, brother of the bride, was best man. Ushers ahri groomsmen wore Tlogor G. Poe of Ealon, a college friend, and bniska, Greeluy, Jialon, AuJt, Denver and Hnulder. Miss Uirene Giles had charge of the guest book. Spring flowers decorated the piano and manlel. Neva Oliphnnl of Denver, cousin of the bride, provided pinno selections. Mrs. John Kay of Grcclcy, aunl i of the groom, completed the culling of the f a k e and Mrs. Jloss Kay of Grceley, also an aunt, and Mrs. DniToll Mclnlosh of Boulder poured. Mrs. W. W. OliphanL of Denver and Miss Margaret Kay helped with the gifts. The bride's going away costume was n beige embroidered satin sheath, wilh brown ehiffnn iluslcr, w a l l / , brown gloves and shoes and while hat mid bag. The It OUTS will m n k c their home in Brighton this suminer. After Sept. J, they will reside al f t a l c i g h , N. C , where he has an assistant- Siiuui me Hack NKW Y O R K W--Prize-winning Playwright Tennessee Williams is i planninfi to make New Orleans his j headquarters afiain. Early in his career Williams did much writing there, including his own favorite drama, A Streetcar Named Desire, but for several years has lived al Key Wcsl, Fla. "·I'll miss the ^swimming--my favorite recreation," he explained on a visit here, "but within a year I expect to return lo New Orleans. 1 somehow seem \ n wnrk best there." ship nt North Carolina Stale College. The bride is n I05f g r a d u a t e of Galeton hi»h and attended Colorado Stale University thn past year majoring in a r t . She has been an active 4-11 club member in Weld county. groom is r. 19S2 g r a d u a t e of Eaton high and received his de- roe and commission as n second lieutenant in the a r m y al commencement exercises Friday nl CSU. He was graduated with honors. On campus, he is affiliated will) Alpha G a m m a Rho frn- lernity. His major was animal production. .. ,, A Mrs. Grace Damelz Entertains GC Members GC hostess Wednesday was Mrs. Grace Da met 7. of 11 IS Cranford. Eleven members ware present. The group enjoyed n review of The Grass Was Never Greener by Hubert Allen, given by Mrs. Alice Timothy. A luncheon will he held June 2G at 1 o'clock at t h e Garden Kitchen. Blood Flowed Easily For Dad HOLLYWOOD 1,11 -- When movie | and television players Inrnecl out to m a k e hlood donations nt Ihc annual blood bank party Thursday, who did t h p Screen Actors (Juild have on hand lo help check blnod pressures? Jayne Mansfield. The nclors contrihuled more llian 100 pints of Wood. WORSHIPS THE "SUN DOLL" We're In love with the "Sim Doll" . . . well formed in Acetate and Lnstex® Faille. Tin; bra has apex «nd aide spiral stays, plus openings for Accents bust pads. All !) colors pass the sun-nnd-water teet 10-18. 14.05 THE Women's Sportswear Dept. JONES SPORTING GOODS 922-21 Eighth Ave. . CO. Phone 014 ERNEST BOREL N t U C H A T E L - I W I T Z I R L A N D A U T O M A T I C The clean beauty of conccnleci- crown styling with sell-wimi. in? convenience. Bright nipht- lightins that's invisible by day. Ever-accurntt liming, 'Wntcr- «ni) shock -resistant construction, lifetime mainspring, Prc- tiiion I.VCASTAR Kr^ulnlor. -. Slolnltli Sij,l J7! j j Brooks Jewelry DUwnrd R.iJnckton 306 Eighl\i!'Ave. for -- · Pipe · Fittings Valves and Steel of All Kinds 5th St. at 5th Ave. 1015 9th Avenue Courtesy Parking 913 llth St. SPECIAL! nders Friday night is "Family Shopping Night" · ················ ·-· ··········! Repeat of a Complete Sellout! Men's Wash-n-Wear Short Sleeved SPORT SHIRTS reg. 2.49 New Shipment just arrived in lime for Father's Day "Hottest" value in cool, smart summer comfort! Dan River's care-free Dri-Don fabrics, shakes off wrinkles 1 Boating 1 Blue, Pearl Grey, Eed or Sand woven plaids. S-M-I^XL. Special! Men's Colored DRESS SHIRTS i Famous Brand Name!'Various col- E * g - 3 ' 95 and 5M ors in barrel cuffs or French cuffg. Stripes, Checks, and Solids. Sizes and quantities limited. MEN'S SHOP STREET FLOOR SALE! CARPET SAMPLES 27-ln. x 54-in. 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SOc Ted. tnx 6THf:ET FLOOR . . . SILVER covered serving dish Silverplated Tejetahle dish with cover, keeps f o o d h o t . Delightful gttl! Doied. 4.99 5l)c (cd. tax aluminum ice bucket fully Insulated, two- nuart lc« tub with lid. Keeps Ice cubes for hoars! Boxtd 1.99

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