Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 17, 1957 · Page 19
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Ault Couple Is Wed Here Miss Demi J c · n Hcbcrldn, diushter of Mr. ind Mrs. Gcorte J. Heberlcin of Ault, »nrt Ilobcrt Chirln Burroughs, ion of Mr. and Mrs. John Burroughs, alsn of Aull, were mirricd Thursday afternoon in the parsonage of St. Paul's Congregational church. The Ilcv. II. J. Stroh officiated at the double ring ceremony, prr- CERAMIC TILE Silci and Service Custnm-.Madr Draperies and Window Shades FREE ESTIMATES Large Selection of Materials Complete Drapery and Window Shade Service RUCKERS KI2S Eishlh An-., Ph. 100 formed at 12:M o'clock In the presence of 14 cuests. The b r i d e was attired in a sheath of light blue lace over darker Lluc satin. The frock featured a nylon blow in the back and loft folds of nylon at the neckline. She wore a uhite lace hat, {loves and shoes ami carried an arranre- nient of pink roses and stephanotis on a uhite Bible. Attending the couple were their parents. Mrs. Heberlein wore a blue lace dress and white hat and the croom'i mother chose a black and uhite summer dress. Their cor- saces were of roses. · The wedding dinner was served ' a t the (!arden Kitchen. Appropriate weddinc appointments were uscl. Tlie newlyweds are kpendmj their honeymoon at Yellowstone National Park. This summer, they w i l l m a k e their home in an apartment at the (Jeorse Heberlein home. In the fall, the Ilurroughxs will reside at Boulder where both will attend Ihe University ef Coln- 1 radu. i Tlie hriilc is a 19.V g r a d u a t e of | A u l t h u h and attended CU last year. She u a member of the Eaton Order nf Rainlxjw fnr Girls and act i v e in music circles. Iltirrought wai graduated from Ault high in 1951. He will be a ' s e n i o r at ('IJ this fall. He is active in music and sport*. i Wtsl Ward 4 H club mil this | week w i t h Douglas G^IIini in charge. A ujte. was taken to see bow m a n y parents could help with ! th( 4 II float. The group decided j to meet the first Monday in each I month. Following the business meeting, games were played. I'ue 10 C.REELEY TRIBUNE Monday, June 17, 1957 7 oman J Jgttphint Miller. Ediltr A ae (r Women Convene CHOP-O-MATIC New All Purpose FOOD CHOPPER f", V:«l and Fastest Household Food Chopper Available! DEMONSTRATED ThU Week Only »l WOOLWORTH'S Will chop oDloni, parsley, crltry, frulli. nuts, rooked meati -- *v*n rn»h»« !··. Wonderful for rolt iUir or aalads. DURING THIS DEMONSTRATION ONLY 98 F. W. Woolworth Co. ROl Rth Street Circle 3 wai hostesi when the Women's Association of the First I Presbyterian church met Thurs-, '! day afternoon at the church. ! Eighty-two members and friends ; were present. I Luncheon tables were decorated with spring flowers. Following the 1 singing of the Doxology, Mrs. | Grace Darnell asked the blessing. ! ! Mrs. Walter Boyd, vice presi- ' , dent, conducted the business meet! ing. Mrs. Dametz and Mri. Henry Griffin were selected delegates to , the ) nodical meeting to be held , 1 m Fort Collins July 9, 10 and 11. . T h e date of the silver coffee was i changed from July IS to Aug. 1. ' Special music was piano solo, . i Moonlight Sonata, played by Pat I 1 Nichol. Mrs. George Tucker had ' I the devotlou, using Psalm 121. I Her theme was Praying on the ('Mountain. Mrs. TueVtr read the I names of some of the missionaries sen-ing in Manilla: and in the synod of Oklahoma, closing with a . prayer for them. j Mrs. William Gladstone was in j charge of the program. The film, I 1 Prisoner Triumphant, was shown. It depicted the true story of Sara Perkins, an American missionary serving in China. Mrs. Perkins : was imprisoned for four and a ' h a l f years. She said that she en' dured all her sufferings and kept her faith alive during all the time " o f trial and mistreatment by con! stantly calling to mind the ic'rip- 11 lure, I can do all things through 11 Christ. Tbe story hinged for the most part on the gospel of St. John which Mrs. Parltr h»d memorized in its entirety. The group adjouned for the summer. N«t meeting will be a covered dish luncheon Sept. 12 with circle dinner chairmen ia charge. Olln 4H Club Makit M a r Plans meethn U Wedne»d«r evealni ill of the cooklnf projeeti which they 7 p. ra. Girls will hrinniupliciUi | will eater la the fair. Olin 411 club met last week it the Buell school. Twenty live memberi »nd five guests were present. The guests were Mrs. Reuben Stencel, Margaret Harris, Mri. Roy Johnson, Karen Brown and Becky llickling. . The girls' Achievement Day Is July 24. Sewing projects are to be completed by that date. The baseball team was discussed and the 4 II float. The theme of the float is History of Colorado Pioneers. A food sale Is scheduled for after the Weld County Junior Fair. Neil June Special ELLIOTTS . SATIN LATEX Rubber-bastd flat wall paint. Quick dry. Roll or brush on. Whltl and col- era. Quart Regular $1.69 _ Callon Regular J5.80 _ 1.50 (:,,,,,,, 3 9 5 MOFFAT'S 11158th Avt. Phone 311 Closed Saturday Afternoons Qualify SiccreB U i grwt lerekr. AD. tin world b nfcted »beo Ulneat come*. Prince and panper ha« tin ton* dcM*-- to get well. Thia cannot be acooospEabed by eb«f medV cine*, daigned to cure everything from ma OB iut brain to howanaid'i knee. When iH, JDU mart bvre I remedy to meet your own exact reqmirrnxoL Coomlt four physician. Then brinj bit pnxoTption to a* (of compounding. CAMPUS PHARMACY Charles R. Peterson 931 16th Street Phone Robtrt CharUi Burroughs and his bridt, thi fermir Miss Dona Joan H«berl«in. Photo by Bill Skipptr and Krash Kawakainl. Heller llnmcmnkcr* Enjoy Garden Picnic Cireeley D e f t e r Homemakrrs I were guests Friday of Mrs. John Giltillan of IMS Fourteenth avenue. A picnic was enjoyed in the back garden. Seven members and two new members, Mrs. Harold Baum ing and Mrs. Alei Werner, were present. The afternoon *as spent playing quit games. Next meeting U Aug. 9 uith Mrs. Krank Brugmann, 1409 Tenth street. F.ach one Is to bring a flower arrangement. I Caltton Girls ! 4 H Club Mitts | Galeton Girls 4 H club met re- j cently at the school. Sharon Bie I gel and Pernice Geisick were hostesses. They served a chocolate drink and cupcakes. A demonstration was given on how to operate a White sciring machine. The girls drew names for secret pals. Gilts for those who have had birthdays since Jan. 1 are to be brought to Ihe next meeting. Members meet Wednesday from 1:30 to 4 p. m., at the achool. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Courtesy Polking 913 11th St. Dark Cupioni Sheath Dress Special for Summer TO 98 Dork Cupioni sheath dress with print bow trim at sunback neckline. White ground broken print bolero, solid collar end c u f f detail. Die Your Jotlin Charge Account Cool and Youthfully Styled In Halt Sixet Both of thcie town and travel dresses have the crisp look that ii so important to summer freshness. Expertly styled fcr the half sire figure. · Block with White t Nary with White · Brown with White Siiei: HVi-ZZVi S T R E E T FLOOR . . . D R E S S E S O P E N F R I D A Y N I G H T S Dorcas Society Holds Meeting Mrs. Vernon Krickson, vice president, conducted the June meeting nf the Dorcas society of the First Covenant church Thur»day after noon in the Memorial chapel. The opening hymns were We Are Gathered for Thy Blessing and I Hue a Friend Who I/\eth Me. Mrs. Fred Coziens Sr. led in prayer. The social committee reported that the Mother-Daughter banquet in May was a success, with S3 in attendance. A social hour of fellowship Was held May 19 after the organ and vocal recital presented by Clarence Hoclund and Paul Sanders of Denver. An offertory prayer remembering the shut ins was offered by Mrs. Kriekson. Each member is asked to bring tea towels to the July meeting as a special project for Covenant Heichts Bible camp. The Harry Wcstbcrg family, Covenant missionaries to Japan, supported by the local church, will arrive in Grcelcy June 30 for a few days. A fellowship supper will be given in their honor. The West- Seres have been home on furlough md will leave soon for the mission field. Mrs. Don I.ind^lrom. acting secretary, read a letter of -appreciation from Florence Lundblad. Covenant missionary to Belgian Congo supported by national CWA. Mrs. KrieVson explained about a national Covenant organization called I'ioneer Girls for junior age girls, which will he started in the local church soon. Mrs. Ray Duell will assist in this new project. The program leader was Mrs. F.rickson. She led the group in singing the chorus. Fill Me Now, followed hy prayer. Mrs. Carl Undstrom was the accompanist. Devotions taken from Huth 1:618 were given by Mrs. Ray Puell. A vocal s"lo. The liveliness of Christ, was sung by Mrs. John Nel- snn, accompanied by Gunhild Gustafson. The theme was Ruth, the Faithful Daughter-ln-I.aw. Mrs. Charles Coizcns. as speaVer. beautifully portrayed the lovable character of Ruth and told this dramatic love story, one of the greatest of all aces. Challenges brought out were the influence of love. God's providence in our lives and the power of chnice and decision. The speaker closed w i t h prayer. Mrs. John Nelson s a n g I Have Peen Alone with Jesus. The group ·"ineil in singing O M a s t e r Let Me Walk with Thee, after which Mrs Paul Sanders g a v e the prayer. Mrs. Harold Swanson and Mrs. Clarence Svansoi were hostesses. Refreshments were served from a lace covered tea table. An unusual garden bouquet rf mock orance blossoms and large red Oriental poppies in a large crystal howl centered the table. i Next meeting is July 11. Theme is M i r i a m , the first patriotic woman. 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