Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 2, 1961 · Page 13
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Thurs., Nov. 2, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE P»ge 13 SoropHmist To Have ~ ; ," " ':'.·"·" ~~~7" ·-·-"· 40th Anniverscry Year' .-Chester Larseiis Honored at - 25tli Anniversary Celebration . Mr. and Mrs. Chester Larsen were honored on (heir ath w«d : ding anniversary, Sunday, evening by a Urge group ol friends who gathered at the Eaton Evangelical Free Church to extend con- : grotulallons. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion . with a large arrangement of white daisy chrysanthemums end deep pink roses on the altar table. The bouquet on the piano was fashioned with large white mums. · ·-·'» .-·',: · : The lace : covered si",table, on which was displayed the· five piece silver coffee service given by members of the church and : friends, as well as other gifts, was pretty with a silver bowl of blue Ions further carried out- the color At the. Qclober, business «nd, social meeting ot'SoVdptimisl Club^ of ' Greeley, a special message from Ihp regional governor, Lucy ! , Higgins'of Boise, Idaho, noted that! special eVnphasis (or the 40th an · I niversary year of SoroplimUm J would be-placed on Latin Amcri-| can education and service: .. 1 Interest in international; clvic.l and public'iff airs will be empha-j] sited as. well as local-. and,'na-|j llonal projects of care for the i derprivlleged and handicapped.' linted ponpoms and white roses: Appropriate prelude organ tic was .played by Mrs. Detlov Lindquist while the guests were being sealed, the ushers were Bill and Larry Leafgren. Mrs. Kred Bloom was in charge ol the guest book.' . Reuben Nelson* chairman the church, acted as master ol ceremonies in extending words of welcome in behalf of the church. Atler congratulatory re marks by Nelson, the church clioir sang "Tenderly He Watches Over You." Devotiorts were giv en by Mrs. John Hendrkksori "I Love You Truly," the song - lised .at Ihe marriage ceremony .· of the Larsens, was sung.by Mrs Leland Carlson. The'Larsens' daughter, Shary played two piano selections "Whither Thou Goest" and "Got - Gave Me You." Roland Johnson toasied^ie hon - ored couple after which'-he aix '· his wife sang a . .vocal duct . "Through All These Years." Mrs. Bessie Carlson presented two poems of dedication from the husband and wife to each other. A girlhood friend of Mrs. Larsen,-Mrs. Merle Vilrhur from Gering, Neb., was to have given a short talk, but was unable to attend due to inclement weather The Rev. Dellqv Lindquist, pastor of Ihe church, sang "How "Great Thou Art" and then gave · brief message. John Carlson,, vice . chairman of Ihe church, presented the glfl of silver to Ihe honored couple - and responses were made by both Mr. and Mrs. Larsen; The clos ing prayer was given by Fasloi Lindquisl. Following Ihe program, a reception was held in the church par lor. Receiving the guests, togethe with Mr. and Mrs. Larson, wer their twin children, Sharyl ant Daryl, and Larsen's uncle, Carl Larsen : of" North Platte, Neb Hosts'for the reception were Mr and Mrs. Roland Johnson and Mr and Mrs. Arthur Leafgren. The refreshment table, covere with a lace cloth belonging 1 Mrs. Larscn, was centered wit an arrangement of white chry santhemums and while roses a cented with blue and silver. Bli bacndles in silver candelabra blu« napkins with silver inscrip chern* in. the appointments. FJre- Wing at, trie coffee' service wa« The meeting was held 'at t h e ! home · of Ihe president, · Grace ) MsTcwYUrsin with''Mrs" Floya Green;'IIM 6th SI:, with.Dorisannl held at La Salle in the banquet j room of the Roadway Inn. Mem-j bers will bring "White Eeicphanl''j| gifts. I Tyson serving the punch. Piano Davis and Ellen Stephens assist- rrmsic during the reception wasJing '" s ? rvin § refreshments in jrovided by Miss Marilyn 'Carl- the Halloween th^me. '- . son Mrs. Lennart Carlson and Next meeting of Ihe club will be. Mrs. Wendell Otloson, ll * November dinner.' This will b Mrs. Larscn wore a dress of sheer wool crepe in bachelor but ton blue. Her corsage, a while orchid, was a gift from her chil dren, Sharyl and Daryl. ·Friends of the church were in charge of all arrangements for the anniversary parly. Chester and Pearl Larsen were married on Oct. 24, 1936 at the First Christian Church in Kearney, Neb. Following their mar ringe they, made their home "in Kim-ball, Neb., where Mrs. Larsen served as county superintendent of schools for_ If'.years. Mr! and Mrs. Larsen.moved to Eaton in June, 1941, having purchased the Eaton Bank three monlhs prior to their moving. ley-now reside, at 232 CoUen- ood Ave., 'Ea'toii. ' -·· Coopers,. Murrays Go . ~o Loveldnd Dinner District No. 3 Commander Jcr y Cooper and wife; Jane,' and )istrict No. 3 President, Mrs. lossom Murray; and -busbars Foreign Wars Love,land Post'No 1 membersKip dinner last week Also present were the past na ional commander, Ray Branna nan and Jiis wife. Olive, .who now ivo at Loveland but are mem-i XTS of the local post auxiliary. Plans were discussed for the Saturday's Calendar, Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aidj Bazaar, Luther .Hall,' 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Turkey dinner 5-7:00, reservations required. - Double Trouble Supper, First Congregational Church lounge, 7:00; . '".'''· ·.-'· ! Women of the Moose, chapter, night program, Mrs.- Cecil Pet-l erson, in charge. · , "Make It'Yourself With Wool Contest," Camficld Hotel, Mrs. Carmen ' Johnson . chairman, 3:30-4:00. First Covenant Church Hi-Leaguers and Young People, fireside fellowship, Ihe Rev. C. Cecil Osterberg, 1B57 llth Ave.. the -.Rev.: A.- Cabot .Johnson, speaker, 7:30. Weld County Arlhritic Club,:! Lounge of First-Congregational Church, 1:30. :en, attended'' the Veterans' of Lavoisier and his colleagues In 1772 French chemist Antoinej pooled* their funds .to buy a diamond and proceeded to burn it up, proving : thaf -a diamond is nothing but 1 - crystallized carbon. The gas that resulted from the burning was carbon dioxide. In 1799, another Frenchman, Guyton de -Mqrveau, furthered the -re- leld Dec. l,.at Brannaman Hall. S'ext District No. 3 business nwet- ng will be held al.8 p.m., Nov. 20, at Fort Lupton. I ^alional Officers 'dinner .'.to be search by converting a diamond|l inlo graphite,. Ihe form .of carbon usedin lead pencils. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS I I FULL CARAT TOTAL DIAMOND WEIGHT GRAYoZAL'S lfiM tl 'ami Mtf«. Open Friday and Monday 'Til 8:30 p.m. B U D G E T S T O R E EIGHTH and EIGHTH QUALITY COATS at BUDGET PRICES FUR TRIMMED GOATS res. 59.99-69.99 ' 49.00 Magnificent trims of mink, fox, dyed fitch or squirrel on top quality fabrics. Solids, plaids; blue, black, beige, grey. PILE-LINED VINYL COATS 19.99 Long, leather-like vinyl coats with pile linings for added warmth. Colors. MAN-MADE FUR GOATS 19.99 Long coats with mink-like stripes; clutch styling. The look of (uxury! Sizes 8-18. MAN-MADE FUR SHORTIES 19.99 Cuddly, silken-pile short fake-fur coots in lustrous black or grey. Sizes 8-18. ALL-WEATHER GOATS 6.99 Beige, willow or black water-repellent poplins; oil reversible; some with hoods. SUBURBAN GOATS; iO.99 to 18.99 Poplins, woo! meltons, Dutch suedes, Eskimo styles! A l l a r e quilt or pile- lined. Some have hoods; some with knit collar trims. WARM WOOL COATS Untrimmed wool coats, dressy or cusUol, in -the ' top fashion stylings. Every coot is wool interlined for warmth. Junior, petite or-d misses sizes. n 75c BAYER ASPIRIN 100 TABLETS 49c SO cc. TRI-VI-SOL LIQUID Vitamin Drops $2.23 Value $1.39 14-oz. 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