Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1972 · Page 22
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 22

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, April 20, 1972
Page 22
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BRIDAL F A S H I O N SHOW-Models for the Bridal P'ashion Show sponsored by'the University of Northern Colorado Home Economics Club and classes are piclured, from left, Linda Timmins, coordinator of modeling,Sherilyn Taylor, president of the club,'Diane Vangraefschepe and Pam Massey. The event .is scheduled for 2:30 p.m., Friday, April 21, at the Panorama Lounge of the UNC Student Center. Some of the gowns displayed will be from local merchants with linens and china to be shown also. Other apparel was made by the students, A nominal admission tee will be charged. (Tribune photo by Rose Mary Koob) Eaton Club Views Slides on Africa The Eaton Sundowners Extension Club members were shown slides of Africa b y ' M r s . Bill Carlson, when 10 members of the group met at the home of Mrs. Ron Stevenson with Mrs. Jim Knight as co-hostess. Mrs. Lyle Wall, who conducted the business meeting, became president of the group. Other officers elected were Mrs. Charles Kelt, vice president; Mrs.. Vernon Goering, .secretary' Mrs. Stevenson, treasurer. Mrs. Knight -.will continue as club historian. . The club will with the -flower show, during" Community Days this summer, and donated $5 to Mrs. Knight's Brownie .Troop to help pay for trees left by LeRoy §coU, a forester from Forl Collins, /or the Girl Scouts of. Eaton to plant around the town and 'care for during.growth. : The May club meeting will be at the home of Mrs. David Bagley in Greeley. . . . by CITY CLUB This Camden model has welt construction. White grain. 12 iron mahogany pinseal composition sole, hard bevel breasted heel, Borman last. B 812; C 7'/2-12; D, E «V 2 .12. 15.95 Strap Model 14.95 HILLSIDE SHOPPING CENTER LOTS OF FREE PARKING Open every night till 8:30' Use Your BankAmericard or Master Charge Tribune Women's Pages Blanche Dempsey, Editor; Rose Mary Kogb, Assistant Dietetic 'Association Thura., April 20,1972 GREELBY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 23 To Hear Dr. DuPonl Dr. Jacqueline DuPont, pro- P/nV Tn WW/ Jrl C* ttl if fivni n- p fcssor of nutrition at Colorado V 111'* JL V YY Cli 1 ML/ ULll OI fllll jSfate University in Fort Collins, : will speak on "Lipid Research" Mr. and Mrs. Hector Lezama Greeley and attended Greeley at the 7:30 p.m. meeting of the of Saugus, Calif,, announce the Central High School befora- Northern Colorado Dielelic forthcoming marriage of their c n ( e r i n 2 {he v n. N _ vv , h s Association Wednesday,- April daughter, Lelia Noemi, to Sec n t e r m g th f, U ' S - N a 7.- t h i e ? Greeley Unit No. 8, DAVA felps Install New Unit No. 41 Mrs. John Wiedeman, department commander of the Dis- b 1 e d American Veterans Auxiliary of .Colorado, installed liew unit, No. 41, at Fort Moran on Monday evening, April D. Accompanying her for this nstallation were several mem- ers .of the Greeley Unit No. as well as members of reeley Chapter No. 8. Announcement of the pending nslallation was made at the recent meeting of the unit at the DAV Home, with the unit commander, Mrs. George Wiggett residing. Naming of delegates to the department convention to be leld in Pueblo on May 11-13 was one of the major items of 'business. Elected were Mrs. \Vig- [ett, Mrs. James Pascavis Mrs. Lupe Vigil, Mrs. Jimmie McKenzie, Mrs. Wallace Drink man,' Mrs. Clinl Hicklin, Mrs Delia Pryor, and Mrs. Margare Castile. Also representing the Greeley unit will be Mrs. Anth ony Lembach, who will vote as state executive committee woman. Alternates will be Mrs McKihzie, Miss NeWa Baxter and Mrs. Delores Schepp. Committee chairmen for this past year was urged to com- Jele the required forms which are due on May 1. To assist hem in this task the unit will meet to [ill oul the forms allowing the social scheduled 'or Tuesday, April 18. Mrs. Lembach was named chairman of the nominating commillce, elccled along with Mrs. Pryor, Mrs. Schepp, Mrs Castile and Mrs. Ray Hicks. The auxiliary also elected a !inance commillce, to consist o Mrs. Pascavis, Mrs. Wiedeman and the unit treasurer, Mrs Brinkmaii. A visit to Die VA Hospita in Cheyenne was scheduled fo Wednesday, April 19, and hos sewing will be done on Apri HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actor Charles Boyer will end a five year absence from movies costar as a 210-year-old man ii a musical remake of "Los Horizon," producer Ross Hunt er announced Wednesday. Boyer will fly from his home in Paris for the · role this sum mer. His last film was "Bare foot in the Park," in 1067. 9, at the Home Federal Savings Building located' at College and Drake in Fort Collins. Dr. DuPonl received her BS egree from Florida Slate Urii- versily at Tallahassee, her nias- ers at Iowa Slate University in Ames and her Ph.D froni Florida Slate University. ' ; · The fall meeting of the Colorado Dietetics Association. .will )e held in Greeley Nov. 8-9. The Northern Colorado District is in charge of the state meeting. atnan David Ortega, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Ortega, 304 13th Ave. The wedding will take place n Scpulveda, Calif., on April 22; The couple will laler come .0 Colorado where a reception has been planned in their honor. T h e bride-elect attended school in Juarez, Mexico, and was graduated from Canyon High School in Saugus. She is now employed as a legal secretary. Ortega was educated in years ago. He is no« in Long Beach, Calif. SAN ANTONIO, Te Former President 1 Johnson has improv from a heart rhylhr to allow his heart s return home to Geor Dr. J. Willis Hurst flew here Monday t son had a brief bur heart action while re from a heart attack. hj\^ ·ton Give hi only \ Kimrtsu 18. "Ch a court »tr Mother's Day E? Mayl4 v Iipauttful fashions designed a. a enllclon knoics how. . Classit ·car -- elegant, casual. Sires 8 tc arge" her gifts, the wrappings 'an esy. t The Jack Jill Shot £· Downstairs at Hibbs, ITU 814-816 NinthSlreet Ginny Lee Anderson To Be Wed In Wyoming Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson,! Route 1, Ealon, announce the engagement and forthcoming summer marriage of thejr daughter, Ginny Lee of Rock Springs, Wyo., to James Douglas Taylor, son of Mr. and.Mrs. Gordon Taylor, also o.C' Rock Springs. Miss Anderson, a graduate of Eaton High School, was employed us a secretary at the University of Northern Colorado from 1965"-1971. She is currently employed by the Rock Springs Urban Renewal Board. Taylor was graduated from Rock Springs High School and Brigh'am Young University where he was active in varsity football. He received a BES degree is chemical engineering and is now employed by the FMC Corp., at Green River, Wyo., as a senior process engineer at their soda ash plant. The couple is planning a July 15 wedding in Rock Springs.. WASHINGTON ( A P ) - Agriculture Secretary Earl L. 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