Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 4, 1976 · Page 27
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Joyce Rose Kielian recites vows with Hugh Dean Burns Faculty wives set Mothers Mutual to hear Frey meeting on March 9 Mill Joyce Row KieU«n, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Louis Kielian, 2002 E. 20th St., became the bride at Hugh Dean Burnt of Gredey, nn of Mr. and MM. Noble Burns of Holyoke, Saturday afternoon, Feb. 2«. The Rev. Thaddeus Kos- Ikowiki officiated at the double ring ceremony in the pretence of ZOO guests assembled at St. Peter's Catholic Church. Linda Baldwin sang "Sunrise, Sunset," "One Hand, One Heart," "We've Only Just Begun," and "The Lord's Prayer." Phyllis Sholwell was the organist.' The church was decorated with candelabra and arrangements of green and pink carnations at the altar, and white bows to mark the family p«ws. The candles were lighted by the ushers. The bride, given in marriage by both parents, wore a floor- length gown of chiffon over taffeta with an empire bodice with high neckline. Wide lace Mrs. Hugk D«an Burnt BELLY DANCING CLASSES Sessions l 2 Beginning MARCH 7th · MARY FUNK SCHOOL OF DANCE GYMNASTICS 711 3Vfh St., Ev»ns Ph. 352-5272 or 352-4612 threaded with satin ribbon formed panels extending from shoulder to hem, and also marked the bishop sleeves. Her chapel veil was edged with matching lace, and she carried a cascade of pink sweetheart roses and light green carnations. The maid of honor, Miss Janelle Burns, sister of the bridegroom, wore a gown of dark green velvet and light green crepe, and a white wide- brimmed hat with a green bow. She carried a colonial bouquet of green and pink carnations. Miss Jeanne Kielian, sister of the bride, was similarly gowned in burgundy velvet and pink crepe for her role as bridesmaid. Kathy Henry, cousin of the bride, was the flower girl dressed in pink and burgundy. Charles Kielian, cousin of the bride, carried the rings. Joe Kielian, brother of the bride, served as best man, and the bridegroom's brother, Kevin Burns, as groomsman. The ushers were Dean Brawner and Steve Shultz, a cousin of the bridegroom. A dinner-dance reception was held at the Lions Club in Gill. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Markham of Johnstown, grandparents of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Julia Myers of Greeley, grandmother of the bride. Following a honeymoon to an undisclosed destination, the newlyweds will be at home in Grecley. For traveling the bride wore a white knit pantsuit, pink blouse complemented by the corsage from her bridal bouquet. The bride is a 1973 graduate of Greeley Central High School, employed by State Farm Insurance Co. Burns was graduated from Liberty High School at Joes in 1970. He is employed by Ixiuie Kielian Trucking. Bride-elect honored In honor of the bride^lect, a miscellaneous shower was given at the home of Kathy Crisp, who was assisted by Cindy Libsack and Elaine Erickson. A linen shower, hosted by Marjorie Cook and Frances Patten, aunls of the bride, and a cousin, Kathy Genz, was given at the Genz A program on organic gardening will be presented for the March 9 meeting of District Six Faculty Wives at the home of Alice Erickson, 819 nth Ave. At the regular meeting in February, husbands of members were treated to an evening on the town including dinner and conversation at Ye Village (nn. A style show has been planned for April 13 at the home of Sally Moorhead, 2710 17th Ave. Parents and friends of handicapped persons are invited to attend a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 8, in the Blue Flame Room, 1200 11th Ave., sponsored by Mothers Mutual and the ARC Program. The speaker will be Henry Frey, staff attorney for Colorado Rural Legal Services. The topic will be legal aspects and new laws concerning the handicapped. Those attending are asked to bring a friend as well as a supply of questions. Thurs.. March 4,1978 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 27 The long-handled gripper" excellent extended arm tor spatuia (hat is so great for out- reaching distant boxes and door barbecues also makes an mixes from high shelves. An upcoming event to note is · ; · a program to be presented by School District Six Special Education Department. For more information an this and |g PRIVATE other meetings, call Gene _ . _ _ _ _ ,, . ' Schelly, 353-3694, during the THE FASHION ISPUCCI, THE WATCH IS ROLEX. SHE MUST BELONG. Never use a scorched pressing cloth. If you do, the scorch can come off onlo the garment underneath. A pressing cloth should always be immaculately clean. Centennial-Bicentennial program slated Tuesday with Kay McElroy Cook delicious, nutritious family meals in minutes instead of hours! MODEL RR-4DW the most efficient energy-saving way to cook ! U: Sivi50%-75%oftheal»ctriclty ; ·".;:. · you ust in cookingl DEMONSTRATED AT Consumers Oil Co. 717 6th Street, Greeley from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m, Friday, March 5 An AMANA representative will be in our store to cooklwo full four course meals on the Radarange, to explain the operation of microwave cooking and to answer questions. Demonstration is continuous. CONSUMER'S OIL CO. 717 6th Street, Greeley Miss Kay McElroy, granddaughter of Union Colonist William Story McElroy, will present the next program of the Centennial-Bicentennial series sponsored by the Friends of the University of Northern Colorado Libraries in cooperation with the University of Northern Colorado library. The event will take place in the Undou Auditorium, Room L110 of the James A. Michener Library on the UNC campus at 3 p.m., Tuesday, March 9. Miss McElroy's program will focus on the fossil life of Weld County, which has made the county one of the most paleontologically significant in the world. Miss McElroy was born in the Greeley area in a home which still stands and dates from the beginning of Union Colony in 1670. She was reared in Colorado and California and attended schools in California until her family returned to Greeley. She holds an A.A. degree from Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., an A.B. degree from the University of Colorado, and an M.A. degree from UNC. Her major was English literature with a minor in history. Continuing graduate studies have included business law, political science, professional writing, geology, paleontology, and stratigraphy. She has published in the field of short story, poetry, and parliamentary law. tn recent years, she has managed family business and farm properties. She is a registered professional parliamentarian, a harpist, and has shown and raises American Saddlebred horses as a hobby. She is currently chairman of the Greeley Art Association's Centennial-Bicentennial art contest for all Greeley and Weld .County grade and high school students, and co-chairs the Heritage Division of the Greeley-Weld Division of the Greeley-Weld C e n t e n n i a l Bicentennial Committee. Sleeve Interest of Kay McElroy Miss McElroy has been member of the Society Vertebrate Paleontologists for many years, and counts as her friend and mentor, in the field of paleontology, Dr. G. Edward Lewis, former curator of Peabody museum University and one world's foremost paleontologists. Future programs sponsored by the Friends of the University of Northern Colorado Libraries include: "History of Eaton," a book review by the author, Mrs. J. E. Smillie, on April 8, and "Value of Genealogical Research" by Richard Mock on June 21. Dr. Sheldon Reed, director and founder of the Dight Institute of Human Genetics at the University of Minnesota, will discuss the "Ethical Issues nf the New Genetic*" a[ a banquet in the Panorama Room on Monday, May 3. "An Exhibition of Art" by the faculty of the University of Northern Colorado Art Department will be on display during the months of March and April, on the first floor of the James A. Michener Library. The public is cordially invited to attend all of these free t Yale programs and to visit all of the of the pxhihils You've seen that look. Subtle and strong. She's a woman who never has time on her hands, except for the Rolex on her wrist. Hers is the Rolex Lady-Datejust, elegant and impregnable in 1Bkt. gold. For the modern woman, aware of perfection, it is precisely right. FINE JeWCLRY ·««·»«« »«i-st \ formerly Duke Rauh's Breezy or balmy -- this jacket is ideal for all days. Openwork pineapples add see-thru charm to a jacket Uiat teams with brief or no-sleeve fashions. 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