Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 17, 1957 · Page 20
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 20

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 17, 1957
Page 20
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Ault Couple Is Wed Here Miss Dontt J o a n Ih'bfrMn, daughter of Mr. and "Asa. (icortic J. llcbcrlcin u[ Aull, ami Uoberl Charles Burroughs, son o( Mr. and Mrs. John Burroughs, also of Aull, were married Thursday uflermjon in the parsonage of Si. Paul's, CUM- grcKaliunal diurdi. The Itov. II. J. Stroh officiated id the double riu i-cri'muny, per- Sales and Service Ciisliini-Made ;md Window Shades K R K K UST1MATICS Large Selection of Materials Complclc Dnipury nnd W i n d o w Sh.-ulo Service RUCKERS 1028 E i f f h l h Avc., Ph. Iflll formed at 12:30 o'clock in the presence of 14 £ Lie sis. The r j r i d c was attired ia a sheath of light blue late over darker blue satin. The frock featured a nylon blow ID the back ami soft folds or nylon at ihe neckline. She wore a while laro hat, gloves and ihuiii and carried an arrange- inent of pink roses aiid slepha- nulis on a while Bible. Atlcndinii the couple were their |i;imils. Mrs. HebL-rlein wore a !j];u' tarti il.-fjS mn\ '.vJiiic ha! and the grcom's mother clioso i black ami tt'Htc summer dress. Their cor- swat's were of roses. Tlie wedding dinner was .served at lhj (lardon Kite-lien. Appropriate wedding appuinlinenls were used. The newly wrils arc spending I h f i r honeymoon at Yellowstone National Park. This summer, they will i n n k e their liume in m\ a p a r t * ninit ;d Uic George HebcrJrin home. In the f a l l , the IliirroiiKhsc.s will reside at Moulder where both w i l l attend the University of (loin- radii. The hride is a ly.lij Kradmilc of A u l l high and attended Cll last year. She is a member of the K.'ilon Onk-r of R a j i i h o w for Girls and active in music circles. Burrmifjhs was graduated from A u l l h k l i in 19.1-1. Me will be n senior ;it (!U this f;tll. He is adive in m u s i c and sports. West Ward 4-H club met this week witli Douglas Collins in I rhartfe. A v u l n was hiken lo see I how m a n y p a r e n t s could help with ! the -i-il f l o u t . The Kruup decided I lo meet t h e f i r s t Monday in each i month. Following the business meeting, games were played. I Page 10 GREELEY TRIBUNE Monday, June 17, 1957 ! l/U oman J Jotaphm* Millir. Editor aqe a Women Convene CHOP 0 IV1ATIC N«w All Purpose FOOD CHOPPER Largest and Fnslcst Household Food Chopper Available! DEMONSTRATED This Week Only Hi WOOLWORTH'S ·^'iv" 1; J "^'^ C * 10 P ouloiiB, puraley, colery, fruItB, nula, cooked mo a ta -- even crusheu Ice. \VonderIul Tor cole ilaw or DURING THIS DEMONSTRATION ONLY 2 F. W. Woolworth Co. 804 8th Street Circle 3 was husk-si when the J Women's Association of the First ! I'rcsbytcrian church met Thurs · day afternoon at the church. · Kighty-lwo members and friends were present. Luncheon tables were decorated with spring flowers. Kolluwlng ihe singing of the Doxology, Mrs. i Grace fiamelz asked Ihe blessing. ! Mrs. Walter Boyd, vice presi- dcnl, conducted Ihe business mcel- !! ing. Mrs. Dametz and Mrs. Henry . · G r i f f i n were sclccled delegates to i t h e synodical meeting to be held ! in r'orl Collins July 9, 10 and 11. j ! The dale of the silver coffee was | changed from July 15 to Aug. 1. '·; Special music was a piano solo, , i Moonlight Sonata, played by Pat : I N i c h o l . Mrs. George Tucker had ' : l h e devotions, using Psalm 121. i l l e r theme was Praying on the j Mountain. Mrs. Tucker read the 1 names of some of the missionaries ! serving in Manilla and in the syn- '\ od of Oklahoma, cJoajng wilh z j prayer for them. i Mrs. William Gladstone was in I charge of the program. The film, i Prisoner Triumphant, was shown. ' It depicted the true slory of Sara Perkins, -an American missionary serving in China. Mrs. Perkins was imprisoned for four and a 1 hall yc.irs. She said (hat she cn- |,durcd all her sufferings and kept : her faith alive during all the lime i of trial and mistreatment by con- I slantly calling to mind the scYip- 1 lure, I can do all things through Christ. The slory hinged for Ihe most part on the gospel of St. John which Mrs. Farter had, meeting Is Wednesday eveoing at I of the cookie projects which the* memorized in its entirety. 7 p. m. Cirli will bring duplicates | wul enter in the fa a. The group adjourned for the I ' -summer. Next meeting will be a covered dish luncheon Sept. 12 with circle dinner chairmen in i eiiarge. i , ' Olln 4 H Club ; Mikei Mtny PUni ! Olin 4-II dub met last week at the Bucll school. Twenty-live i mcmbrrs »^ five giiesis vne j present. The guests were Mrs. Reuben Stencel, Margaret Harris. Mrs. Roy Johnson, Karen Brown and Becky Bickling. The girls' Achievement Day is July 24. Sewing projects are 10 be j completed by that dale. The base- j ball team was discussed and t h e ; 4-H Iloal. The Ihemc ol the float is History of Colorado Pioneers. A food sale Is scheduled for after the Weld County Junior Fair. Next June Special ELLIOTT'S SATIN LATEX Rubber-baaed flat wall paint.' Quick dry. Roll or brush on. White and col- 1.50 3.95 ors. Quart Rcguliir $l.(iO ._ Gallon Regular S3.SO _ MOFFAT'S 1115 Bth Ave. Phone 319 Closed Saturday A f t e r n o o n s SICKNESS \» a great lereler. An the world is related vh{a illness come*. Prince and pauper have the raroe deair*-- to get well. This cannot be accompEsbed by cheap mecfl. cinca, designed to tore everything from water oo tb* brain to houeemaid'e knee. When ill, jou mast bam · remedy to meet your own nTnrt requirement. Commit your physician. Then bring his prescription to o» fat compounding. CAMPUS PHARMACY Charles R. Peterson 931 16th Street Phone 953 Robert Charles Burroughs and his brida, the former Mln Dona Jtan Heberlein. Photo by Bill Skipper and Krash Kawakami. Better Hoiiieiwtkcm Enjoy Garden Picnic Grcclcy U c l t c r Ilomcmnkcrs were eucsls l'riday o[ Mrs. John Gilfillnn of 153G Fourlccntli avenue. A picnic wns enjoyed in 'ihc hack garden. Seven mcmhcrs and two new members, Mrs. Harold Bauming and Mrs. Alex Werner, were present. The afternoon Was spent playing quiz games. Next meeting is Aug. 9 with Mrs. Frank · Brugmann, H09 Tcnlh street. Each one is lo bring a flower arrangement. Galeton Girls 4-H Club Meet! Galclon Girl? 4-H club mcl recently at the school. Sharon Bnn- gcl and Hcniicc Geisick were hostesses. They served a chocolate drink and cupcakes. A demonstration was given on how (o operate n While scM-ing machine. The girls drew names for secret pals. Gifts for those who have had h i r l h d a y s since .Tan. 1 arc lo be brought lo the next meeting. Members meet Wednesday trom 1:30 to 4 p. m., at the school. USE THE TRTTlJNE WANT ADS | Dark Cupioni Sheath Dress Special for Summer 98 9th Avenue Courtesy Parking 913 llrh St. Dark Cupioni sheath dress with print bow trim ol sunback neckline. White ground broken print bolero, solid collar and cuff detail. ,,...-, Use Your Joslin Charge Account Coal and Youthfully Styled In Half Siioi Bolh of these town and travel dresses have the crisp look lhat is so important to summer freshness. Expertly styled for the half size figure. · Black with White · N a v y with White · Brown with W h i t e Siics: HVi-22Vi STREET FLOOR . . . DRESSES O P E N F R I D A Y N I G H T S Dorcas Society Holds Meeting Mrs. Vcrnon Erickson, vice president, conducted the June meeting ol the Dorcas society of the First Covenant church Thursday afternoon in the Memorial chapel. The opening hymns were We Are Gathered for Thy Blessing and I Have a Friend Who Loveth Me. Mrs. Fred Cozzens Sr. led prayer. The social committee reported lhat the Mother-Daughter banquet in May was a success, with 83 in attendance. A social hour of fel- lowship'was held May 19 after the orfian and vocal recital presented by Clarence Hoglund and Paul Sanders of Denver. An offertory prayer remembering the shut-ins was offered by Mrs. Erickson. Each member is asked to bring tea towels to the July meeting as a special project for Covenant Heights Bible camp. The Harry Weslberg family, Covenant missionaries lo Japan, supported by the local church, will arrive in Grcelcy June 30 for a few days. A fellowship supper will be given in llicir honor. The West- bergs h a v e been home on furlough nntl will leave soon for the mission field. Mrs. Don Linclstrom, acting secretary, read a letter of -appreciation from Florence Lundblad, Covenant missionary to Belgian Congo supported by nations] CWA. Mrs. Erickson explained about a naUoriiil Covenant organization called Pioneer Girls for junior ago girls, which will be started in the local church soon. Mrs. Ray Duell will assist in this new project. The program leader was Mrs. Erickson. She led Ihe group singing the chorus, Fill Me Now, followed by prayer. Mrs. Carl Lindstrom was the accompanisl. Devotions taken from lluth 1:618 were given by Mrs. Hay Ducll. A vocal solo, The Loveliness of Christ, was sung by Mrs. John Nelson, accompanied by Gunhild Guslafson. The Ihcme was Kulh, Ihe Failh- ful Daughlcr-ln-Law. Mrs, Charles Cozzens, ns speaker, beautifully portrayed the lovable character of R u t h and told Ihis dramatic love story, one of the greatest of all aRcs. Challenges brought out wcfc the influence of love, God's provi dencc in our lives and the power of choice and decision. The speaker closed with prayer. Mrs. John Nelson sans I H a v e l : Hecn Alone with Jesus. The group ioined in singing 0 Master Let Me I Walk with Thee, a f t e r which Mrs. ; Paul Sanders gave Ihe prayer. Mrs. Harold Swanson and Mrs. Clarence Swmisor were hostesses. R e f r e s h m e n t s were served from a lace covered lea table. An unusual garden bouquet of mock orange blossoms and large red Oriental i poppies in n large crystal bowl 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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