Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 14, 1957 · Page 21
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 21

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, June 14, 1957
Page 21
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Katluyn Rfticlierl Is June Bride Min Ktthrjrn ADO - Heiehert. rliuihter of Mr. ind tin. Simuf! Relehert of west of Greeley, and Chitlit Anlon Mirtinioo, ion of Mr. ind MM. George Martinson of »outh of Ij Sallr, vert mirried In a double ring eeremonjr at Trinity Kvanjelical Ijjthcran church Sunday afternoon before «i pieiti. The Rer. Leo E. Rubel officiated at the 1:30 o'clock lemce, in which the bride'i father gave her awa. Yellow carnationi in the altar tneijarce buketi of jellow daisy mumi, tied with aqua bowi, and two leven-branched candrlabra formed the letting for the eichanje nf vowi. Taoers were lighted by Judy Reichert, cousin of the bride, »nd aaudia Dtubert, tccond cousin. Jack (Sid) Noel was wedding or- e.aniit. Roy Stout of Fort Collini *ai vocalist, lie sang The Wedding Prajer and The lord's Prayer. The two are fraltrmty brothers of the croom. The, lovely brunette bride wore a formal ROWJ of imported embroidered French lull* over satin. It Mil ityled with tij-ht fitting torso and bfflowy skirt, which citended Into a chapel train In the back. A little headpiece of tulle held her fingertip veil of Imported silk illusion. Mitts, which came just above the elbow, complemented her i-o«!i;T.e. Her s:n°l; s'r.-cd of T'£~i Teie ir.i;d a i centered u.ih e rf» rc-ri removable cor- tare. The bride'i traditional articles Included a sixpence belonging to Mrs. Vernon Daubert. Miss Arlene Reichert w a s her sister's maid of honor. Her ballerina Irn;th gown of white embroidered nylon over white UfieU XiU fashioned with a scoop neckline. tiny puff sleeves and aqua cummerbund ending in a butter- lly bow. Her headdress and matching mitts were of aqua net. Miss Marian Schildknecht of Windsor was bridesmaid. Her cown was Identical to Miss Reichcrt's. Her cummerbund, headdress and mitts were yellow. Both attendants More single strands of pearls and Matching earrings, which were Kilts from the bride. They carried (olonlit bouquets cf yellow carnations tied with cua libboa. IVaoiae Daubert, second cousin pf.the bride, w»« flowr rirl. K'ith Reichert, the' bride's brother, was ring bearer. Myron Martinson of I-a Salle was his brother's best man. Ivan I,o- Hopkini, Clarence Sooter. John Taylor, Coy Ball, Rei Garner, Elton Willlarni, Don r*1arup and Bill Ewalt. Invited but unablr lo attend were Mesdanes William Adam. Robert Porter, Ralph Noffiinger, Jamti Sumner, Charles Carlson, A. E. Andrews, Vera Allen, Donn Rarrxr, Sherman Blach and Don Blach, both of Yuma, F. A. Arter- Mirn of Adams City and 0. S. Fulenwider Sr. of Denver, both aunts c\f Miss Fulenwider, and 0. S. Fulenwider Jr. of Kittredge, her coui- i. MUi Gay Caldwell and Mill Mell Young entertained at a surprise birthday party and bridal shower for Miis Fulenwider at the Delta Delta Delta sorority house on the Colorado State University campus. Guests were sorority sisters. A kitchen shower was given by Miss Elirabeth Straight and Miss Marjore Smith at the home of Mrs. W. J. Gladstone, aunt of Miss Straight. The centerpiece on the bride's table- was of wedding bells and American beauty roses. Punch was served by the honored guest's mother. Chtrlii Antm Mirtinun of Li Stilt and hi bride, tlit Urm»r Mils Kitliryn Ann Kticlurr. Weddinj undid by Jtriy Windir, Gaid- n«r' Studio. for six vrefks as a part of noTC traininj. Au». 2 the Martinsons will be at home at 313 West Mulberry In Fort Collinr. The bride'f £oin; a w a y p;ittil was a beige summer suit with beige and brown accessories and the rose corsage from her bouquet. Mhe former Xirs Kcithcit has been employed as a receptionist- ofcrftary for Dr. Roy A. I. Swanson-for the pk. ! t t h T t e a n d a ha'f years. She is a 1933 frid'Jile oi Windsor High school and received her business training at Greeley Commercial college. The groom was graduated from College High school in 1952 and Miss Fulenwider Inspires Parlies Mis? Joanne Fulenwider, bride- elect of Leonard Blarb, has been fckd at a number el prc-nuptial parti?!. She Is th« daughter cf Mr. and Hrr. G. I.. Kul'nT-ider c( 1522 Mcr.iut.* ru«d. She itceivtd h'r renz., also of I.a Salle and fratern- pwas the recipient of the Barbara ity brother of the groom, was i Hcint Memorial scholarship. He groomsman. wa* graduated last Friday, June 7. Ushers were Samuel Reichert, from Colorado State University at trom SUte Lai- rerrlty last wteJc. Her fiance Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blach of Yuma and is a student in the School of Veterinary Medicine at CSU. The BUch Fulfnwidf r wedding will be an event of June 23 at 4 o'clock at St. Peter's church. The trousseau tea is planned for Juno Appointments were in pink and white, the wedding cobrs. Cakes were centered with pick rosebuds ·nd served with nuts and pink and white mints. The guests included Uesdames John Allnutt, Lewis Kitts, Richard Suriano, Roland Seebass, William Rice, Harvey Bender, Mary Deer, Lloyd Kindsfater, Lucille Allee, Alb;it Millrr, David llill:r, Prjslon iirubsl, Krin'c Li'.-ia. G. L. Fi len- Tfiotr, Tircid Htilon, TV.liiim i'tir, C. M. Azd:rson, W. 3. Gladstone, B. L. Gladstone, Carl Smith, Any EtraljM end Frank Lakln of Kuna, Idaho, the Misses Phyllis Peterson, Lydia Miller, Carole Olson, Jean Hays, Mabel Welsh, Kay Ann Gladstone and Marjorie Smith. Invited but unable ID attend were Mesdames Le;lie Daulh, Ray Davidson, Esmlel D u r a n . Arthur Peterson, J. S. Doubenmler, William McCormlck, Richard Townlng, Marvin Anderson, Philip Strong, Clarence Sooter, Bert Phillips. Dr. Loss Dhority and Herman Blach. The Uisses Ann Seebass, Marlene Allen. Pat Arthur, Colleen Blach, Bea Barum, Margaret Bradford, Mell Young, Gay Caldtrjll, Sherry Rsn;cicll. Carolyn Cilbrcslli icd Glenda Joscjh:on. To "roach" food ro-o: in LOOI. it In hot liquid u»in£ low Lcat ai a Nine Initiated bv · Eastern Star Nine candidilci were initiated Tuesday evening when Garden City chapter No. 3, Order of Eastern Star, met at the Masonic temple. Appropriate m u t i e was provided by the choir with Mn. Lu Flack at the piano. Opening selection, Thanks Jle to God, was sung by James Collini. Mn.. Jackie Arthur and ROM Adamson, worthy matron and patron, conducted the meeting. The visiting members of the Gleanerette club were introduced. This club, organised a year ago, is composed cf the conductresses and associate rondurlrcises of the Golden Gleaners club of northern Colorado. Outgoing president of the Gleanerettes, Mrs. Dorothea Kliewer, was giien the club gavel and a gift from her fellow members. Mrs, Marlys Moore is their new president. Announcements included grand assembly of Rainbow at Colorado Springs June 13-16 and the I'tst Matrons club picnic June 21 at the J. L. Carpenter home at La Salle. Scrapbooks were presented to the worthy matron and worthy patron In a clever skit. Officers were Gutst Day Observed bu Progressive Club Progreiiive 1ID rlub held tueit day Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mri. Dense) Phelps, 1401 Twentieth itreet. Ten memberi were present and leten guests, Miss Grnllda Guthrie and Ues- dames Gus I'ranle. R. F. Ballard, I. A. Spencer,. Mabel Schultr, Alice Cieloha and Clark Page. Mrs. Howard Kilter presided. The memberi contributed to Pennies for Friendship. They voted not to have the annual picnic. Mri. Lawrence MfDaniel reported on by Mri. Unora Lake and her committee, Mri. Tresia Raini, Mri. Lois Curtii and Mrs. Gladys Dun can. Kleclion of officers will bt held at the next meeting June 2i. It ni'i be preceded by I covered dish lup- per at 6:15 p. m. Meat will be pro vided by the officers and the committee. rule shape. the food will retain ments served in the lower temple Only $3.00 Per Mcnth Up to 1 months rent may apply en purchiie price. Friday. Junf 11. 19S7 (IREEJ.EY THIBITNK P»« 11 the turvey on food and nutrition. Uri. Urrin Smith told of thr outdoor cookery dcmonitration at.Ii- land Grove, park M a y 72. Un. Doyle Boleabaufn will report oo flower arrangement at a special a l l d i y meeting it the country home (f Mn. Vernon Lauridien, northwest of Greeley. Date will be announced. Refreshments were served from .a table centered with bouquet of blue and white flowers, tin. M. W. long presided at the punch bowl. Mri. rhelpi wai assisted with arrangement! by Mn. Kilter. Two special meetings were held lait wrrk. One wai a coffee and the other, a planning senion for Achievement Day. Ten members and sit guests attended Achievement Diy. Mri. Clark Pise reviewed t«n booki. No llirh Adobe and Adobe Doorwi)!, both by Dorothy I'illtbury. The club will vacation during tit summer. N«l m»tuig ia Sept. U at the home of Un. J. I.. Beagle, tOS Kleventh itreet. make it a very special Father's Day . . . \1UHI U/'UUS." accuracy All watch repair work don* hen it chtcktd «d»ntifically by lh« vrhich printa on accu- tott rtccrd el tfat lot* el your walch^ctturincj you thai alt victk ha* b«en properly dor.t. ind il usually cost 1 , 1;.2 at ... Rogers Jewelers 24-Hour Emergency Servlct ·Alw»y» Fresh' \w ASSORTED CHOCOLATES . . . Cream-.. «uf,, liuit:, ciiinieli, nousatr, cnimlies. HOME FASHIONED FAVORITES ... pecan rolls, butter bon:, fudge?, jtllin. No chocolat--covered p : «cts- either assortment only $1.35 lib. box J2.6O 2 Ib. box Adams' Pharmacy 900 9th Av«. i*iiona 1377 brother of the bride, and Marvin I Fort Collins. He received a re-J20 at the Fulenwider home. The Harrah. of Fort Collins and Jack search fellowship in plant pathology j rehearsal dinner June 22 also will j Cameron of Estes Park, fraternity brothers of the groom. to do graduate study at CSU leading be at the bride-elect's home. Mi«s Fulenwider ' lo a master's degree. Kb college The bride's mother wore a rose affiliations included Acacia fratern- a breakfast and pottery lace dress and the groom's mother, I'y »"d Sci'ohard ard Bl«de, mili-1 the Country club. The ·as honored at shower t hostesses a navy blue nylon. Both hid white | Ur honorary. accessories and corsages of white One hundred and seventy-five Theta Rho Girlt were Mesdames Harold Haymond. L. J. West. Harold Helton, Carl Hill and William G. Hiyden. The bride-to-be's pottery pattern it Peach Blossom. The shower guests also gave her a brown guesti attended the reception which .VflArC Recommendation was held in loither hall of t h e j .. church following the ceremony. The ijamma Theta Rho club recom-1 tlble cioth ' nl) P ink napkins. The bride's table was covered with a'.niended Mrs. Ruby Coburn as its' thr « lon * '» blf « w " e adorned crocheted lice cloth loaned by Mrs.; advisory officer for'1957M at a *" h h.wthorn blossoms and the August Johnson of Morril!, Neb..! rK . ent meeting at the 100F hall.! centerpiece on the honored guest's aunt of the groom. The five tiered i The appointment will be made by'" 1 ' w a s cf P" k "mationi ind wedding cake was encircled w i t h , the joint youth committee at the , hawthorn yellow roses and greenery. Cum-;-n, e [ , Rh 0 j s s f rnhly in Durangol H'i'dei Misi Milenwider and Depleting the table setting was and Wednesday. Mr«. j molhtr - * u " t! »' re *'"· w - A pair of silver candlesticks f r o m ; Coburn" is the present advisory of- GTM"°- her grandmother, Mrs. J. Sweden, also loaned by Mrs. John-; f)c( . r |- Hursch and Mrs. W . J. Pjke. son. who assisted Mrs. M a r y Dan- . ' . . . . ,,, t _ l h . ,, ' , i ho'h 'aunt!, all of Boulder. Mrs. bert. godmother of the bride, in . V» d ' S ^ h , '' ,^ A ' r a M · l""" 1 '" B '" h ' nd Mi " C °'"'' n cutttag the cake. Mrs. Mvron Ma,-'?''"'.% ^ ':",',,*'"" H .V oThen ' B " ch - m °' her n d 5iS " r "" ht tinson presided at the r» bo.l: IIfr .'"""" " , , " " * ' ; ,, , " ^onm-elect. both of Y u m , , and Mrs. Hannah K . u f f m a n poured ! mal " 1K ' he D " r ," cLl,7 ni, n ' Also p "' mi ""' Mfsi1 ' m " K l r l coffee. Taking car, of t h e g i f t , : R«wen, Shi'ley W a n - , Fr.ser. John Ruck.r, J. H. Bar- were Mrs. Harold Daubert. Mr,. d l n ' ni1 «" lyn .. ^ and Mr'' ton ' H l r l n Ho«tchens, Joseph Vernon Daubert. Mrs. John M a r g - ! TM' nib f": M "' ^TrM »ni' T! "" n " t M l r v i n Fu " k ' L TM' rd heim and Mr,. Willard HiherT Vldl "TM' W -f. lo "' ' rou P w l l l jMitchell. J-. F. Starbuck, C..H. An- eousins of the bride exemplify an altar crremonj. \ Aetim _ Carroll Gilbert. Willi.m H. Mrs. Richard Swan.on of Ix)ve-! G m m Theta ^ho will hold ; Dror g f mueller. William W e s t , land il«o a cousi-. of the bride, i"' 1 ' 211 TM ttitmuain this month. j v i r p i l McMillen. Harry Gibion, C. was in charge of the guest book. A l»r t r delegation from the ( M H , mon . E . j. LfT . JlB1M M . which wai signed by relatives and j G'«''y d"b will go to Denver ( I e l j r ( j, ck W e l l s _ noy A . L Swln . friends from Windsor. Fort Co!-! this weekend to see the Un.ted Na-|, o n i R ,, ph MfrriII j ,, Clpp lins Eaton Gill l a Salle F v a n s I " ons Youth Pilsrims leave o n i x m n f t h Monfort, Charles Young. Denver. Gi'lcrest. Cheyenne Woljs! their trip. A dinner will be served j m f s Ro5| Dorothy Dirst. Price and Estes Park; al«o Mr. «nd Mrs. S a t u r d a y evening at the lOOr hall August Johnson of Morrill. Neb »"d a tireakfa't Sunday morning and Mr. and Mrs. M a r v i n Martin- before the rielcsates depart, ·on and family .f Caspar. Wvo. 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