Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 14, 1957 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, June 14, 1957
Page 19
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P»f« 10 Friday, June 14 McKcnxie Home Opened io Gipson Social Club Mrs. Walter Ward entcrtilned the Gipson Social club Wednesday at the home of her sister-in-law, Mri. Robert McKentie, 2130 Four teenth avttrce court. Sixteen members were present and four gueiti, Mri. Edith Me- Keniie, Mri. WiUard Darling. Mri Kenneth Shawhan of Rellevue, \Vaih., and Mrs. Robert MeKeniie The Kenneth Shawhans are visit ing hU parents, Mr. and Mri. Robert Shawhan. Mrs. R. .J. Heckirt conducted the business meeting and Mrs I'earl Cunningham had charge of the program. She arranged a rjuii on the flower and birthstone of each month. Winning prizes were Mrs. Charles I,eadbetlfr and Mri. Bertha LaVelle. The final meeting of the year will be a picnic June K at 12:30 o'clock at Luther park. Th« En.rg.tic Eiaht 4-H c l u b Itudied sewing and played Chinese tag at its meeting Monday a f l e r noon at the home cif Sandra Johnson, J73J Seventeenth avenue. The meeting also included reading of reporti and serving refreshments. OOPS! DID YOU DROP IT? YOUR WATCH Has it net with an accident? Is It not keeping good lime? Lei ui tesl it C B C C on our F M C L II prinli a record showing the exact rale and condition ol your watch. WATCH REPAIRS IT EXFERIS noun ECONOMICAL suvict Jewelry w oman J Jostphlno Millir, Editor To Attend Northwest Air College Judith 0. Allto Judith I. Ord Mm Judith I). Alles and Miss Judith I. Ord will be enrolled in the June 24 clan at Northwest Air College, Spokane, Wash. They will leave June 21 from Denver by United Air Lines. Both are 1357 graduates of Creeley High school. Miss Alles is the daughter of Mrs. Lucille Alles of 1(19 Seventeenth street. Miss Ord'l parent! are Mr. and Mri. James Ord of 1911 Fifteenth itreet. Upon completion of the 12 weeks' training course, they will be qualified to work for any airline ai rcscrvationisls, ticket agents, in communications or ai stewardesses. IJolinslein-Tl.icl Riles Solemnized Miss Jcannette Thiel became the ride of Itobert Hohnstein, son of «r. and Mrs. J. C. Hohnstein of J06 Sixteenth street, in a Sunday ifternoon wedding at the Trinity Lutheran church of Fort Morgan. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thicl Sr. of I'ort Morgan. TJic Kcv. 71. I 1 . Schult officiated at the 4 o'clock ceremony, witnessed tiy 125 guests. The double ring service was used. C a r o l Scheideman. organist, played the traditional wedding music and accompanied the sclo- iit, Mrs. Don llrhmarher. Her se lections were The Lord's I'raycr and Today, O Ixird. A candelabra adorned each side of the altar. Large baskets of yellow and white gladiolus were used n decorating. Candle* were lighted \y Gloria Thic], the bride'i lister. The bride wai given away by her Brother, Henry Thifl. She wore a floor length guwn, with the basque and long pointed sleeves of Chantil iy lace. The scooped neckline was rinishrd w i t h a scalloped edge. The bouffant tkirt had a wide front panel nf tare ami the bick fra- ured alternate ruffles of lace and ulle. A headpiece of fine Chantilly ace, trimmed with sequins and "the pick of the pops" Give a Winthrop Gift Box JUNE 19 Remember Papa with a Father I Diy Gift Box by Winthtop! Complete with a miniitute shoe and ihoe cinon, the \Vinthrop Gift Cettincite lets Did itltct his » u » li)Ic anJ cottcct siie from our complete line of Mtionilly advcniscJ Winthtop Shoes. · 814 8th St. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS seed pearls, held the cascading fingertip veil which was edged with a band of matching lace. The bride carried a cascade of red baby roses, with a white shower of stcphanotis. Her only jewelry was three stands of silvtr pearls, a gift of the groom. Mrs. Chct Chiara, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and M i r i a m Thicl, another sister, was maid of honor. They wore ballerina length gowns of yellow satin covered with net and matching itoles. Bridesmaids were Prisrilla Thiel, the bride's lister, and Mri. Curtis Kenfro, the groom's sister, who wore blue ballerina formats, and Joyce Wood and Mrs. Albert White, sister of the groom, who were at tired In yellow. All the attendants wore matching headbands and while tlhow length gloves. They earred colonial bouquets matching their gowns. Chft Chiara, brother-in-law cf the bride, was best man. Groomsmen were Jake Thiel. J a k e Ileckcr, Don L'hrmacher, Curtis Itcnfro and Albert White. I'aul Thicl and Kenneth Decker unhered. lltue petals were n c a t t m d on the bridal pith by the bride'i niece, Ilarbie Ilccker. The ring bearer, Steve Fenfro, nephew of the groom, was dressed like a groom. He escorted Carrie I.vnn Uhrmachcr. who was dressed like the bride, to the altar. ' Mrs. Thifl chose a royal blue dress and white accessories for ier daughler'i w e d d i n g . The groom's mother wore a n a v y blue town with white accessories. Both had red rose corsages. Deception was held in the IOOF lall following the ceremony. The iall was decorated with baskets of flowers. Guest book was kept hy Mrs. Albert Melcher. Mrs. Carl lungerich and Mrs. Garold Muth were at the gift table. Mrs. Jake Becker, the bride's sistrr, Mrs. Jake Thiel, Mrs. Henry Thiel Jr. and Mrs. Sherir Rhiner assisted in the serving. The four tiered cake was decorated in pink and green and topped with a mina- turc bride and troom. The rake wn wreathed at thj base with smilax. For their wedding trip, the bride chanced to a blue and w h i t e full skirted riress. with a large bow in the back, and white accessories. She wore the rose corsage from her bridal bnuquet. The couple spent several davi at Colorado Springs. Denver and Estes Park. The bride was graduated from Fort Morgan High school in 19.VV Until her m a r r i i c r *hp was em- ploird bv the First National bank of Fort Morgan. HohnMcLn is a 1950 g r a d u a t e of Kersey Hi;h school. He scried in the navy five years. He his enlisted in the air force as an a i r m a n ferond class. Hohntein and his bride will leave at the erd of the week for Clovis, N. M., where he is to be stationed. Carol Munday Becomes Bride Hill Carol Ann Mundiy, daughter of Mr. nd Mri. Albert Munday of m Eighth avenue, became the hride of David Kvin Mayo, ion of Mr. and Mri. W. K. Mayo of Edje- water, Sunday afternoon it 4 o'clock «t the Firs} Christian church. Two hundred juesti wit- I nested the double ring ceremony, 1 performed by the Her. JicV Reeve. , The church wn beiutifully dee- orited. Three piin of till leven bnnched eindelibri were- uied. Two were it the back ind one on each ilde of the rostrum. The floril arrangements were two large bis- keti of pink, while and aqua cir- nitloni, tied with pink ribbon. Mill Miry Margaret Haute and Mri. Donald Suiti lighted the tip- eri. Mill Ilene niei of Dei Moinei, Iowa placed the bride'i lighted candle on the chancel at the beginning of the ceremony and later carried it to the reception where It wa eitingulshed by the bride. Mr«. Vernon Spender had charge of the guest book. The wedding organist wai Mill Winnna Drown. Claude Schmitz ling Walk Hand In Hand with Me after the bridal pirtr reached the altar. Just before the ceremony wai started, tlii other teleclioni were I I/ve Thee by Grieg and The I-ord'i Prayer. The bride wn escorted and given i marriage by her father. Her loor length gown of heavy bridal tatin wai covered with two tulle overskirts. The outside ikirt wai ovely with two vide panels of rose Mint lacr, which extended from :he waistline to the floor. The lace covered bodice wai made with a scoop neckline. The dress was closed from the neckline 13 below the waist with tiny latin and lace covered buttons. The same buttons were on the sleevei, which were tapered ever the wrists. The veil fell from a tiara of iridescent sequins and pearls. The scalloped edges were trimmed in lace, with a pearl midway between each scallop. Her bouquet wa« centered with pink, aqua and white carnations, edged with pink Sweetheart roses and lilies of the valley. Extending from the center of the bouquet were little hearts made ol seed pearls It was carried on a white Bible and in the white satin streamers were tied pink Sweetheart roses and seed pearl hearts. A corsage duplicating the wedding bouquet was worn with her going away costume. Her only jewelry was matching earrings and a pearl necklace, approximately SO years old, which was given her on her first birth day by a family friend who asked thit it be kept and presented to her upon her graduation from high school. She wore a I fur satin and lace garter given her by her sister. The handkerchief she carried belonged to her maternal great grandmother and was carried by ber mother at her wedding. A lucky coin was worn in the toe of her shoe. Mrs. Howard Thompson, close friend of the bride lince they en- ered hish school, wis matron of honor. Her gown wn of aqua crystal taffeta, princes! ityle, and trimmed with velvet ribbon in matching rolor. The bridesmaid*, Miss M a r y Alice Munday, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Rex Cooper of Edgewater, sister of the groom, were attired in identical dresses of pink crystal taffeta, made like the dresi of the matron of honor. All three wore headpieces of pleited crystal taffeta and velvet, designed and made by the bride's mother. The matron of honor carried a colonial bouquet of aqua carnations, surrounding a pink center of Sweetheart roses. The bridesmaids Ask for it by name.. I Edgeircter high and ipent four !ean la the navy. H« will be a 'junior It C3C tint f«n. An Industrial arti mtjor. be Is a member of the Indutlrial Arts club and Religious council. Both the bride l a n d groom have been tery artive 'r. Disciples Student Fellowihip »t !lhe Kirit Chriitlsn church. After the rehearsal Wednesday, t!.c groom's parents were hosts it a party.-Punch and cookies were iierved. At tie close oJ Uie evening, the bride and groom presented gifts to all those who would be helping with the wedding. A coffee u honor of the bride wsi given Thursday morning by her mother. Some 50 friendi called between the hours of 9 and 11 o'clock. A special guest was the groom's mother. Mri. EsHitr Johnson »(San Francisco li here on vacation visiting relatives. She li the houtegueit ,( her brother and sister-in law, Mr. and Mri. Herman Widlund, 1913 Thirteenth street. Jin. Johnson arrived by plane Sunday to stay two wreki. She came to Denver fro.n Dallai, Tex., where she ipent ri:ht days with her ton, Robert Johnson, who Ls a buyer {or the W. A. Green department store. Mrs. Johnson is employed by the McCoy Label company in San Francisco, having worked there for the past 12 years. MIIIBun R»und-Up Will Bt HtU Jwm M · MUliken Round-up, suecesior to the MUliken'Pioneer society picnic, will be held June a at 12:30 o'clock at the Muliken park. Everyone li Invited to attend and bring a well filled bai- ket. The drink will be furnished. The program will be given it X o'clock in the school building. Chirhne Mann li . Cradualtd from CWC Miss Charlene Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Mina of Henderion, formerly of Creeley, wsi among the 114 paduates who received their associate In arti degree it the forty-eighth annual commencement eierelses held re cently at Colorado Woman's College in Denver. During her two years on the CWC campus, Miss Mann wai active in the Student Christian association and in her senior year she served s vice president of the Home Economics club' and was In the House of Representatives. She lived'In Porter hall dormitory and majored in home economics. Nobraikt picnic at Lon«m»n». Juno Ifth, 11:M noon at St. Vraln Building. Bring table sarvlco an*" picnic lunch. Drinks furnished,-Adv. David Evan Mayo and his brWt, tho formtr Mis: Carol Ann Munday. Photo by Dalo Jarnbarg of Edgtwatir, o friend of tho groom llnco childhood. 7 had similar bouquets, only of puik carnations with aqua centers. Their identical necklaces and earring! were gifts from the bride and matched their gowns. Nathan Jernberg of Edgewater, long time friend o! the groom, was best man. The ushers were Steve Hummel, D o n a l d Suits, Bruce Smith and Louis Staplekemper, all of Greeley. The flower girl was Joann Miller and Gregory Mayo, nephew of the groom, carried the rings. Mri. Munday wai attired in rose lace over taffeta, a blue hat and gloves. Her corsage wai of white roes and agapanthus. The groom's mother chose a navy lace gown, matching hat and gloves. White roses and pink carnations formej her corsage. The reception was held in Balcom hall immediately after the ceremony. The bride's table was covered with a white linen cloth. White tapen glowed in t w o branched tilver candelabra. The four tie cake was decorated with white roses and wedding bells. Aqua music notes adorned each tier. At the bise was a circle of pink and aqua carnations. Miss Grace Isenberger, aunt of the bride, completed the cutting of the cake after the bride and groo~. had shared the first slice. Mrs. Guy Dudney of Des Moines poured punch. Mrs. Gerald F. Gardner had charge of the reception. She was assisted by Mrs. John Kay, Mrs. Mike Germack, Mrs. Harry Kiser, Mrs. A. B. Fine and itri. Vernon Card. Also helping were Joyce Larson, Jo Ann Paulson of Fort Morgan and Mrs. Donald Lnnden of Boulder. At the gift table were Mrs. Lawrence Brchm and Mrs. Neil Hagerman. Among the out of state guests were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dudney and Ilenc of Des Moines. Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kirby, James, Cynthia and Gregory of Marietta, Ga. Mrs. Kirby is a sitter of the groom. For going away, the bride changed to an aqua and white plaid tissue gingham, trimmed with lace. She wore a white stole and shoei and aqua knitted gloves, sent to her by Mrs. C. I. Cecil of Spokane, Wash. The Mayos will spend the summer in Denver where he is -employed by the Manor Ice Cream company. After Sept. IS, the couple will be at home in an apartment at 1610 Cranford. The bride was graduated from College high in 1935 and has completed her sophomore year at Colorado State College. During the spring quarter, (he was employed in the secretarial office at the college. Very active in musical affairs In Greclcy, the bride is director of the junior choir at the First Christian church. The groom is a 1949 graduate of Plant 'Em Growing Evergreens Spreading and Tailor. Trees Shad*, Ornamealal Shrubs FoHag* and Flowering Roses Evorbloomlng. 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