Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 12, 1955 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 12, 1955
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Gene Biggs Weds Bcttv Lou Brown Miss Betty Lou Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay ],. -Brown of Eaton, and »-eorge Eugene Biggs, son of Mi and Mrs. 'George O. Biggs', of 321 Par 1 street; Fort Morgan, \vcto-marricd here '""Imrsday morning Dec. 8, at 9:30 o'clock. The \vcdding look place al the home of me bride's grandmother. WANTED by STUDENTS USED BY THE ENTIRE FAMILY! Mrs. Amanda'Gitslafsoni 1117 Kiev- cfath avenue. The Voting couple exchanged vows.bcfort the fireplace in the spacious living room. Lavender and white 11111115 \s-erc used in. the floritl (tecor.ilions. A Jar^e bouquet adorned the mantelpiece above the fireplace and a tall en candle burned al each end. Ar : rangcmcnlF of la\ender am' yMtc clirysanl' mums were on either side a! the t=se ot the lir'-'acc. ·Ilic 1 '-ic's go -i- '.vas of · .lu'e nylon over taffeta. The vvttllz length skirt was very full a .! flic uwl'-'C was form filling with roundcil 'ck- line and cap sleeves. She wore a white s a t i n hat with veil, anil white brocaded slippers. She carried her white Bible adorned with her bride's corsage ot i cd roses and white streamers. She was 'given in marriage by her f a t h e r . -Matron of honor was Mrs. Darrcl Peterson, a long )imc friend and former school mate. Mrs. Peterson wore a turquoise dress and white and red carnation corsage. · Darrel Peterson was attendant for the groom. Mrs. niggs, mother of the groom, was attired in a coral knit suit. She wore a white .carnation corsage as did the mother o f the bride \vliose dress was turquoise color. The Itcv. Lowell Howard of the Galcton jjoininimity church read the single ring service. After the ceremony, the bride's cake was cut and served with coffee, ice cream and minis. The cake was in green and while, ?.s svc. e the mints. The ice cream had a age 8 GRKEHEY TRIBUNE Monday, Dec. 12, 1955 ·' Offck fH-a Lifetime / / ·-·* ·; ' s-, · .N \ ' ' s' SPECIAL UNBREAKABLE ^ melmac ; DINNER WARE 4 pc. place letting Cup, Sauetr, 10" Plats, Bread I Butler Plat* Place t*Mingt in solid colors only limited lime erly Tremendous Savings to You! Now far the flril-Hina al »uch bTg lavlngt.. .famous Cf^r-FIyi* and Royal e.., fin »it quality M»lma dlnntrwarai.», gw«rant*«d far «»» full y*ar againil ctiTpping,' cracVIng or (wiaVrng. ElgKl b«qi^tiui tplon la choot* from...mix |h*m «/ match t)wm. · Mill Cr*y * Glow Copper I * Charcoal Orty * Gtxdtnl. WhH* * Gladt Gsit* · Spioy Lime | · Flam* PlnV * Tur^uoU* W»i ABBETT ELECTRIC CO. 915 16th St. oman 6 Josephine MllJer, Editor AApW .Group Has Children's Party A Christina's party at the "oun- Iry ctiuV Sunday afternoon.,from 3 to 5 o'clock was the treat for children of members of Child DevdSiJ- motit group of AAU\V. Mrs, /Kenneth MonforE was; in charge of Ihc festive a f f a i r and responsible (or all details. She decorated the tables with c.efitcr- piecos of Sahla Clauses anil placed a favor of a reindeer cutout at. each' place. The 39 children were served ice cream . with Santa C l"a u s molds, .Christmas cookies and hot chocolato'upon arrival. Their par cnts enjoyed finger sandwiches, potato chips and coffee, served from a separate buffet table. Santa Claus arrived al 4 o'clock and gave each child a gift from his bag. RoUitf Davis played the part of Santa.' . . - Those present with their children included the following: Messrs, and Mesclames Herman Akers, Jack Allnutl, Horace Atkinson, William llockcl.'Dwight Drigham, Charles Carlson K \Don- Campbell,- Gilbert Domke, "Richard; B. 1 -Foe, Por.?Jd Garretson, - Boyd Henderson, Don Herdman, Rodger HoulchenSj Harlan Houlchens, Wallace Kii Charles Lolt Jr.) Kennetli Moriforr, Alton L. Paul, Joe Phelps and Mel Wilson. On a beach a I Tel 4vlv, Israel, a bikini-clad girl -'from .til angles-- I his camera *nd gave him · black vacationist phologrmph'e'd'a pretty) until sho found ho had no film In'eye. . : . l " Still Time This Week For Christmas Pictures Portraits Christmas Cards Family Evening Appointments C A R LIS L E S T U D I O 807 7th St. Phone 4440, Mr. and Mrs. George Eugen* Blggj, Wedding photo by Carlisle Slurfio. ' ' enter molif of , green wedding ·oils. The wedding candle was ade by her neighbor and f r i e n d , rs. Gilbert Swanson. For her going-away ~.Ufi(, the ride wore, n black wool two-piece ress, a ruby-red hat, Coro jewelry nd a Roscwin coal, all gifts she eceived from the Big Pay-off TV rograjn for being "a home winner ·ccenlly. She also carried the merican Tourister luggage she eceived. Mrs. Biggs is a graduate ot' the Galelon- High school in 1955. ! ias been employed al the Eaton cwclry store and plans to continue ler work there. Biggs completed four years d u t y with the nir force in October, 1953 lie attended Kansas Stale Teach er's tottcge at Emporia, K: last year. He plan* to resume hi college studies in the f a l l . - H e i presently employed by the Calver Drilling company. '. After a short honeymoon young couple is* at home in' th Leadbctter apartments, 112 Mapl street, Eaton. Mrs. Me t Allen, wif« of th minister of the First PtcsbylcrJn church, installed ncsv officers a the meeting of the Women's socicl last week. It was incorrectly state that Mrs. Merle, Overstreei con ducted the installation. Six prescription chemists'ID scr\ you at your friendly REXAL stores. "SIi" stamps at Gilber Bishop and Wetdorado Drugs.-Adv. . 16th St I Din 01. p. Phone II HEADQUARTERS For CANDY CANES POPCORN BALLS HOMEMADE CANDIES Anil Social Calendar English Toffee Peanut Clusters Pecan and Almond Flake . C;nn Peppermint Chew* Peanut Brittle Christmas Mint* Ribbon Candy Pecan and Cashew Crunch STRICTLY FRESH SALTED NUTS "We roast them" PETERS' HOMEMADE FAMILY PACK "All Homemade Candy" in four sizes Mrs. Steven* Candies in Christmas Tins % 816 16th St. PETERS' POPCORN Phone 311 Open 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Sunday 1 p.m. - 10 p.m. (The Best Smelling Place In Town) UESDAY-- Modern Home Makers HD club,, Christmas party, Mrs. C. R. Patterson. Tuesday Progress club, Mrs. E. W. Widmaier; Wyatt Home Demonstrati ,n club, lur.chcon, Mrs. J. If. Meyer. Junior Bible club, Baptist church. EDNESDAY-- ' " Woman's Society, Mrs. Mads Hansen. Carrousel chib, C h r i s t m R s Deling, Mrs. II. A. Laney. Women's Missionary Society Lutheran church. Ladies Aid. Lutheran church. ' ' H U K S U A Y -Auxiliary to VFW, " regular meeting. FRIDAY- We-Can-Do-It club, S ha r o n Talcynma. Frida;- club, luncheon, ".Mrs. Nettie Kngland. Hcl- ' g H-nd club, Chritma:.- party, Mrs. Robert L' -- h . Ten House Scene of Lucerne Club Party Annual Christmas luncheon oE :he Lucerne Social club was held Friday at (he Tea House. Eigbtcei members and (tic following guests were present. Miss Marjbrie Darling, Mrs. Tom Robinson, Mrs. Will Welsh and Airs. M. Mortimer. Tables were tastefully decorate.'] with Christmas ornaments, pine boughs ami cones. A corsage at each place served a.s a favor. Jill Sutler played three piano numbers, While Christmas, The First Noel and Country Gardens. Two readings were given by ilrs, Warren Monforl. They were en titled The Little Black Lamb and Legend of the Poinsettia. Mrp Wayne Wilkinson played a medley of Christmas carols. Next meeting of the club wiii bs Jan. 6 at 2 o'clock at Ihc Tea House. Airs. Addie Mosier will b hostess. 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