Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 12, 1955 · Page 13
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Hoffner-Roth .Miss..-. Mildred" ·. Lor elli" -Roth, Blighter. of.. Mr. and Mrs. John Ho)h ,of Gill, . and , DoiiaM [Eugene Hoffner, .son-.o( Mr. and. Sir's. Fred Hoffner of 2345 Tenth ,'slreet,. were »;ed Sunday aflernoqn at 4 o'clock .»^'j.£l.'-"'P a a l|s .Congregational church. '-v.. ..-'-. - j - . . . _ .. v^;..' Two hundred guests. were "inviicd to the double ring service 1 , "performed -by Hit Rcv.'H. J. Strbh Mrs;; .-Victoria Roberts, brsaqist accompanied . JI a x Richardson who 'tang I il.ove You. Truly 'and Th'e- Lord's Prayer, . . . - . . : ; The' church was. decorated with baskets ' o ( : . bronze - a m ' 'yellow mums and t\s'o candelabra. Taper Were ·'lighted ' by: -Jerry.' Hoffner, brother of th'jp«r6om, . and. Jerry Feller, . the .-bride's cousin. . , ;Glven in marriage by her father, the bride was' attired ; - a bcautifui gown,' designed with all lace'bodicc and sleeves', The-skirt.'featured an apron. \effect. of !ace v ^vith":ii all lace back extending m(p a lace train'-' over nylon tulle -and' salin. Her elbow length",' hand rolled veil was held in place by a tiara of f ieed pearls and sequins. ' The. bride - carried bouquet of red roses. Her blue garter was borrowed .'-fro in · the - groom's -sister, Harriett- Lehr, and her pearls'werc i gift of ihe. groom when he wa In. Japan. ' ' · ' . Miss^-Lorrauie · Ann. Roth, jlster of --the .bride, .was maid _of v hunor She 'was -'gowned in .aqua. The floor length dress made with apron effect of lace in front ^nd ail lace and ruffie. back. It was comple mented by "a net jacket.' Her tiara of aqua nct'and pearls was made by the bride. Miss Roth carried a bo'uquet'of bronze mums. Jhe brjdcsrriaids were Ilamae Leffler and Bonnie Hoffner, cousin: of the- groom;' They were drcssct like the maid of honor an'd carrier yellow mii'iri Mouquels. : ,' Jim Hoffner served as best man Groomsmen, 'cre Charles Roth and-Slanlcy-Hoffner, cousin nf the groom. Pet Lehr, Eobert Hoffner and · Larry 'Rolil ushered. Mrs. Roth 'was altired'in a dark gray dress,- winter while hat am black accessories. Her .corsage was of.pink.rosc.s...The groom's' mollier wore ah 'aqua dress, black. acces ibrles .and while rose" corsage. 'The" reception was- held at- thi KPhall.-Aboul-200 guests alien-Jed including ;_ -iriends and relative from Glllj'P.ierce/ A'uit, Nu'nn, For Collins- arid; Denver; ./ J. , : . The hall, was decorated with yel low : mums. Harriett · Lehr' ha charge .of . the guest book an- Georgia and Belty Hoffnef 'opene und 'displayed the gifts:' · ' -. ' ·The-cake-.utas cut by Mrs. Molli Smith and; Airs. Mary Dill, aunts o (lie bride.- j and Althea -'Brown Nancy Toyns J "'Janet Bretliaue'r, Jo anne' Tro'idt; Betty Seigrist/ Bonn , Heidenrcich';; Donna' Edwards, Dor olhy'Feller, "^'Amelia Kaiser, 'Esthe . \Yeber, Annie'.' Feller helped 'serve . The · bride's --going' away cos tume was a steel-blue suit, mauv pink - hat-.' and 'gloves, .'and. blac purs t r and shoes. She also adde a .· pink '.rose, corsage t o - h e r ' e n sembje. '" . - r ':; ' . '- Th« Hoff ners .'will spend "10~'da'j at- Marion, T.n'd., 1 .'wrTere' they .'wi visit. the groom's brother,- Kenneth - 1 ". Nlo Selection · ' . j . af Room-Lots' o f ' » · ' ; , WALLPAPER . - r- ^'fiMloniibly Rfle'ed MOFFAT Paint Glass -HIS 8fn"-4'vt.. - Ph. 319 Ionday, ; De;, 12..I955 ;, GREELEV TRIBUNE^; Pag« ,i3 oman A I a ifaAttend Dinner.of. · -;V::i DUV Pdst/PreBidcnts ··-;*, · -CHristmas ptrty'of the Pist Prec- fdents of--Ihe'··Daughters 4 of- 1,'nion Velerans'ofUhe : CivU War^wjs'h«l(l Saturday a'nenioon at'^he home of Mrs. \Blahche THecki'rt,-; 1812Sey : enth'.avenue^i Mrs.'. Grace'i Whitney was 'co-hostess^ '; ·^·i t ;,-j, i rV.-''.'.! ; : .Twenty-orie: members were pres 1 ' L ' DonaTd Eugene Huf^ncr and his brldt, th« formtr Miss Mildred Lorttti Rbfh. Photo by Gtorgt Bviudry of Lb*rty studio! -* "· and his wife, Alice. After'Dec/ 21, hey will be. at hohift "oh a - f a r m east of Greclcy. \ - . ~··-. V .The bride is a 1953 graduate of ·ill high. She will 1 continue:her vbrfc at the Greeley Finance company.' The groom was grapuatecl "rom Gill 'high ;n 1950, He recent- y completed his duty .with"'the army, after serving *T8 montlis in torea and Japan, Ildifrier riowTis aged i in farming. ". . Better Homemakers -"; ''· Aiterid Yule.Dinner ,'.-'*· Greeley Belter Homemakers m§t Friday at the home of Mrs. Dwighl Rush, 1808 Sixih" street, fof a Christmas, dinner. - ' A l l . members were present. Favors ;of miniature Ghrislmas-trecs'.and little pin hold- ers.for. jaurses were made by'Mrs. Ar'vilta Johannesson. · ·. . : The'group sang Christinas carols be/ore" dinner." Mrs.; John GilfiUah conducted - t h e business : me'eting. Plans were made for (he new ytar, The "group" will .continue" with"its penny bank for-"another year, anc then use the money-fora 1 -or;';: 1 cause.- Mrs." fjOiiise-Bonnitt. pre^ sertted Mrs- GJLfiJIah/.'with 1 a'.$e1 6t sherbet glasses from .[he'club.in appreciation of-her.work as : presi' dent. ' ' . : ' . " · ' · " ' " ' · ' · · ·'.." ' Mrs.. Johannesson acted as'Sahl; Glaus. The gift exchange revealec secret- pals.' New - n a m e s v were drawn for the r'coming" year. -.\ ·.. ·Jan.. 13 "mecling will be 1 a 'desseV at the-hbme of Mrs. James Fugi.le br-Evans. : ·. · '·'.-.- '-"· 1 · ~ j^ ._._-._ i · . · ..· USE-THE -TkiBUNE WANT ADS RINGS MEN ARE PROUD TO WEAR · ONYX INITIAL with GENUINE DIAMONDS THE SPORTSMAN YOUR CHOICE OF 3 HANDSOME STYLES for Men of Character . . . Rings of Distinction f loefi n'njri* unmi»teik«iMy mmiullnt. Eoch |t 10JC arid ' : r i. wifk" B«td iniltol. Ke ·thtr'rings tuggnt at much B«*d.' ·, ' ; ; fentf' ond qvolity «H th« pr'K*. ll«ot flit for any mdnr : ' WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD.'Credit--You Nime Your.Own.Term 1 . - Open Mon«y «nd S»tur)»y Nlghti-'Tll 8:30 : . ti owan ti 'tfour Quality Jeweler. ^ S19 Tftnth'St. ast Noble Grands , Christmas ''Party Annual yulelide party o*f the Pas oble.Grands was an'event of Fri. iy evening.at the/home 'of Mrs , L. Brooks 1902 Fourteenth, ave le. Ninetcen 1 ' 1 .rnembers,.wcre pres it and five gucsU.' ' ' · ' Mrs. Brooks was assisted in serv g a, dessert by Mrs. Hazel Rob son;, Mrs.\Cleo Miller."and "Mrs The. business meeting ^was con uctcd -by " Mrs.vHelpn'-Heil, ,vic resident,"in the absence of Mrs rank McCave.' *· . - ". i · '· - ; Officers for 1956 were elected TS. Audrey"--Tipson.is president 'rs. Ruby Coburn," vice^ president irs. · Pearl "Hanlvins, secretary 1 rs.;"./ Jennie ·'Sir sight, ···- tre astir er ,'entarian. :·" 'v' / ( ' ' \ \ ; Tlje 'clulr.prize .was presented!' lir. .Ethel" Bassett.' jThe.member njoyed a gift.exchange. ; The pre: nts were distributed-by Jacki .obinson. · r - -. ~ , : ' Jackie.then played a piano num er- and-.tv/o vk)linCsDlecUons.-i c.compahtst'was^his^inbthe'r,- Mi lazel .;Robinsqn. : iJarry^'.Stanl layed" "tbree · flccordEon-'"numbe: ccompanied by '· his' mother, Th rpgrar "· wa's-concluded "by .Mr i.ossom ^lurray', whoVsang foil qlps, : . Mrs.-:G"enevieye .Shake ·pr- ided her. piano. Accompaniment: Six pras'crlpti»n ieh*mI«U to Mry cu ;at. your friendly; Ktxall drug toV*i.'-;Gfli»rf-Bishop a'rtdjWi Mrs/ Heokart^ The hcrtiso'and'.Ub}e.''d.ec6ratio"ns cre J in keeping" with tjie Christmas easorf." .The 'group,^enjoyed Ui holi- iy''dinner,, after .'which Mrs/'Sess ourtney,- president,; read a'be.au iful Christmas stovy.' - ' · · Mrs." A l t a - Johnson, i a \formcr nber, *w'as\reported -ill-.- at the ome. of her d"aughter,^Mrs. Price opkins;"'.'J-X/ ." : ; - · ' - " ; · · · . During '· fhe.i business' meeting; ew ' officers "were 'elected; . M i s 6rothea-Kitter-.ls y president;iMrs lary iOliver, -yice'president; Mrs ehnie Straight, 'secretary-Ire,isur and"'Mrt.'Ar villa* Johan'nesson ress 1 reporter. " · ; : · . ; : -:'::i-. ... ..Out. o f . town members pfeseh ·ere Mrs.-Roma Kendiil.ot Golden ITS".· .Kthyl -Daulerrrian of Cheynne and Mrs. : Ruth- Johnston of iiTinalh. / · - · - " : . . " ·; Jpnna" Deines ...distributed ;Uie tiristmas gifts, exchanged by the rbup. ; Next-meeting will-be Jan. 14 at :30 'o'clock ,at"the home o£. Mrs. laude Fine;-1120 Sixteenth street. °az Leon-Honored at Miscellaneous Shower : ~ A miscellaneous " shpwer was ;ivcn last week at-the'social room. £ the Gill church in honor of Paz .eon,'.daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. ; Jen Leon. Hostesses to the..65 guests wer«? tlesdames Austin Madison, Albert Volin, Glenn.Siegrisf, Grady .~Jck: on,'Henry Meyeh.G. Ti. Reinhrim-. er and, .Tommy Townly. Miss Leon was i assisted by.Flora Martinez and -Bertha. Mpndragon' of Gcecley.. in unwrapping. her lifts. Gifts wer~e placed, on .a table under a suspended snowball decoration. ' A 'buffet' .'luncheon served..- - ·· - , . .; The ;brlde-elect is. a graduate* of jjiir.schopls. The past year and a Valf she has been'a practical nurse at; the r Weld 0 ,County General'hos- pilalV * Friday 'Miss I^oh;left'GUI by auto to .marry/Virgii-'Mass*, formerly,of Clinton,-Towa,-at the army chapel at Kirtland, N..M, An uncle. Chaplain.,Masse, of..AVarren base, flew down Saturday morning to perform ihe ,ceremony, -Miss Leon .met .her husband 'while he was Rationed', at;-Cheyenne! · F u n for young folks: Plar.e frank furjer.s." inSa -folding /.wire! .broile and : toast : .over· an"; open fire."'Spl: frahk'furler-irolls. andVs'pread wit soft yellow cheese;.serveiwi*'- th frankfurters, and lots of-pickles-o 'pickle'"relish. " -: " ·'·" '' ' This Time Is Now-; ····'·' Popcorn Balls ;'. ' : · . . · Homemade Candy .-.Fresh Salt-M.Nlits'l ' ..Carainel 'A'pp.Iea'' · i . . Drlvt'up^to eur-door -^ ' Corii .81(5 . e t h ' SC, : , Ph. 311 If THIS EVER HAPPENED TO YOU. you'll find th« MJutioh yndor th» pktur*!' - You say yon're disappointed r , 'cause y«ur job didn't tarn out UK*? ' WeU, problj you didn't »tirn6iifli . so jou'll have to go over U twk«l ·- ; t -r \ ( j Note: This boy is a square I He should have sold the lady Jelled Magic. It's homogenized ..-.-. doesn't need any stirring at all... gives a one-coat job 'every.time! Ask to'see Jelled Magic M- t iiii.jvS-S.^M iVvt/jV../' V---A v-.v'oVM-ith.-y, 'a ··· ·· ,*,,.· - -m^m^: LIVING ROOM SETS - . Jheione fine gift the family would,surely be pleased to ' receive."A so.fo : and matching chair for only . ' '".,,.. Brighten- o living''-rb6rn : or-'den'--~ BEDROOM SUITE with .'a' : gleamjng brass and' black 'floor larnpl'Ybur'cribice- 1 ' 'of. stles. .' ··'· ·' "·'·'··' '··'··! . :1 ' A modern limed oak bedroom suite is a gift someone 1 in^your family will appreciate Look at our price, for. a bookcase bed, chest and double dresser 189,50 ..: · . item floor lampj........ 9.95 'up' TABLES . IRRORS - ' · : - ' - ' ' - . . These b'eautrful p!ati2-'gioss;rriirrors" : (ar«\ " ' 'simply. exquisite, 'fi perfectTaddition^iq; ' i n T m ' . i n ' o u r ' h b r r i e . ''/'':." ! r . '·· '' '" 7 Octosipna|_tbbles to answer svery decorating "need! Handsome-corner .tobies,- beautiful, end table's; smart'xocktqil .tables and unique step, tables. Available'in'-either walnut,'"rnohogany or jimed oak. T A B L - L A P S Table lamps in most all vyantsov's'tyl*' ..' hoses'With contrasting.shades.' f Now from ::. .....].......!.;... · MOFFAT PAINT and GLASS CARL REICHHARDT · 1115 8th Ave Phone 319 ' .',^. ' Op.en; Saturday A.fterneop far-Your Ca'n'venlene* · AMERICAN 'f URNITURE C6. 823 Eighth Street Phone 599 v.v

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