Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 18, 1957 · Page 9
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m oman 6 I aqi V O Sigma Upillon Alums Close Year with Picnic A picnic, held Indoors due to the weather, was the end of the year event for Sigma Upsilon alumnae Monday evening at the country home of Mrs. II. T. Ise, a mile north of Lucerne. Welcomed back by the group wai Miss Margaret Porter, former laboratory school librarian and assistant professor of library science at CSCE, who has taught the past year at Fall River Mills high school in Shasta county in northern California. She will return there next fall. This summer the will do graduate study again at Columbia University in New York City. Miss Porter's mother, Mrs. Ada Porter of 1411 Twelfth avenue, joined her for a week before school closed and the two drove back together going up the coast through Oregon to Seattle before darting east. Mrs. Porter was on vacation from the business office ef the telephone company. After the picnic supper, bridge was played with Mrs. Norman Anderson winning the prize for high ·core. Mri. Anderson will have the first meeting in September when the almnae reconvene. NOTICE I will not be responsible, for debts contracted by anjrent other than myself. Hi Phllamalee Tommy Jenkins Hiads 4-H Club At a reorganiiational meeting of the Willow Creek 4-H club last week at the home of Dave Hill, Tommy Jenkins was elected president; Sandy Tern', vice president; Kathy Hill, secretary; Sonny Hall, treasurer; and Cheryl Huckabay, news reporter. The members voted to meet each Friday at 7:50 p.m. They will attend the 4-H auction together. The auction is being held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. The club will not enter a float in the July 4 parade. Members will buy a set of flags for club use. Sandy Terry, Kathy Hill and Ruthie Doney will give demonstrations and reports on their projects at this week's meeting at the Doney home. Mrs. Carl Lihl Has Plalnvitw Social Club Plainview social club was entertained last week at the home of Mrs. Carl Lehl, west of Greeley. Favorite new recipes were given in answer to roll call. Games were played pertaining to romance, in keeping with the June season. The prize went to Mrs. Ed Borescn. Guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Gertrude Fil- lin;er, Mrs. A D. Ragan and Miss Marjorie Lehl, daughter of the hostess. Surprise package went to Mrs. Ragan. Next meeting is July 9. with Mrs. Sam Reichcrt of west of Greeley. ttfirttnf tntirr ni l/vrr eaxt irith iwir rn/umn-/ree ' - STRAN-STEEL BUILDINGS Stnn-Steel's clear-span construction it »n important featm te rtraemtxr when you're building m warehoose. Thn «tv- obstractol interior design gives you more room -- wmll t» will, floor to wiling. That mean* snort efficient iMteria.li , greater storage spate. ft * BUM b iralaMt W tenet HIM taMnp tnofl IN Sfrat-IM hnhm Phi. At at* as Ji% MM km*** m Is ! run k fiy- »* jm Mm-SM «tttr to to nn«M skn. MCA PIAME BUIIDINCS Western Metal Products Lew Dorse-y (res.) 4770 1015 3rd St. Don Gallup (res.) 4419 Greeley, Colo. Weld County Cotcbellet Have Board Meeting Board of director* of Weld Coun- i ty Cflwbelles held a luncheon meet- ling here last week at the Garden Kitchen. Hugo Stuckenschenider of the irculation department of the lecord Stockman was a guest. He was formerly associated with the lumni office at Colorado State University at Fort Collins. Plans were made by the board or the annual dinner party enter- ainlng husbands. It will be held n September at the Pepper Pod t Hudson. Mrs. E. D. Seldin and ilrs. Ivan Andrews are co-chair- ncn of the committee. Serving with hem will be Mrs. Robert McNey, .Irs. Robert Seyfried and Mrs. Pristine Painter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank- R. Johnson Jr. Th» bridt Is the former Miss B«ttr Mario Thomson. Wedding candid br Warron Cross. Jolinson-Tliomsen Wedding June 14 Miss Betty Mane Thomsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Thomsen of 1931 Thirteenth street, and Franklin R. Johnson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin R. Johnson, of northwest of Greeley, recited marriage vows Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The double ring ceremony was performed at the First Evangelical Free church with 400 guests attending. The bride was gradauted from Grcelcjr High school in 1951 and attended Colorado State College of Education for two years. She was a member of Spur, sophomore hon- jorary. She had a year's internship j at Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital School of Medical Technology at Omaha, Neb, where she was graduated in 1934. She is a regis tered .medical technologist under the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and has been employed for the past year and a half at the Greeley clinic. Prior to that time she worked for a year at Weld County General hospital. The groom, who Is farming with his father, is a 19:1 graduate from Eaton High school. He was graduated June 7 from Colorado State University receiving his degree in vocational agricultural education. On campus he was affiliated with Alpha Tau Alpha, national honorary agriculture fraternity. He served in the army for two years, having 18 months' duty in Germany. The church was beautifully decorated for the Johnson-Thomsen nuptials. The altar was arranged with beauty baskets of blue and silver flowers, palms and 42 white tapers in six candelabra. Pews were marked by rosettes of blue and silver ribbon. White candles glowed in the windows. Mrs. Joe Bardwell was wedding organist. Miss Beulah Anderson and Miss Marian Peterson sang I Heet'a the moot durabl* wettern straw ew! 4.|neh U-RoIlit brim stays put... the way you want it Tbugh. imported fiber woven in the new Wagon Wheel deiiar- Durable "rawhide brim cowtrudion. Waterproof. Soil resistant Wt'r» got your rite in choice of real wettem colora. Dot five bucks youlleverspendl Promise You before the ceremony and Show Them the Way as the couple knelt. Mrs. Leland Carlson sang The Christian Wedding Song by Wayne Webb. The Rev. LaReau N. Thorwall, issisted by the Rev. John Hedlund of Eaton, officiated at the marriage. The bride was escorted to he altar by her father, who gave ler away. The bride's gown was of Chan tilly lace and tulle over bridal satin. The bodice, featuring a V neckline and long tapering ileeves with tiny buttons at the wrist, closed in the back with lace covered buttons. The bouffant skirt swept into a chapel train of tulle and lace. Her fingertip teil, edged with lace, wa caught to a crown of lace and pearls. It was loaned by Mrs. Harry Weideman. · Her pearls were a wedding gift from the groom. The bride's bouquet was of yellow-throated orchids and a cas cade of strphanotis. In her slippe 1 she had a Danish and a Swedish coin. These were brought from abroad by the groom's grandmoth er, Mrs. Gust Johnson. Her blue wedding garter had been worn b Mrs. Robert Meek and Mrs. Gordon Goudy when they were brides. Maid of honor was Miss Natalie Johnson, sister of the groom Bridesmaids were Miss Delores Peterson and Mrs. William Groves the former Beverly Carl. Their gown wer? in three shades, Olympic Blue. Blue Hare and Blue. Sky. They were of nylon chiffon over taffeta with an embroidered bodice and chiffon cumberbund. Their headbands were of matching blue chiffon. They carried colonial bouquets of silvered blue and w h i t e flowers with silver streamers. The candlelighters. Miss Mildred Burley and Miss Irma Weinmeister. wore gowns identical to those of :he attendants, as was the gnwn of the flower girl, Barbara Gratzl. All of the gowns, except the bride's were made by the bride's mother. The ringbcarer was Teddy Mellin. Leland Carlson was best m a n . Harold Anderson and George A. Nelson were groomsmen. They are cousins of the groom. Ushers were Ted Johnson, cousin of the groom. George R. Nelson. THE , STOCKMAN "Bexl Brands in the West" · 912 9lh Are. Greeley Typewriters For Rent Portable and Standard Only 15.00 Per Menlh Up to S months rtnt may apply en purchase price. iere Mrs. Enoch Larson and the ilisses Koral Molander. Carol Jean luwa and Jacqueline Phillips. Gifts were displayed by the Misses Vera Linde. Phyllis Borg, I-aVonne Betz nd Carolyn Jarobsen. Guest book was in charge of Mrs. Donald Melm. Among the out-of-state guests were the following relatives of the iride from Nebraska: Mr. and .Irs. E. T. Steil, Jim and Jayne of .incoln. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pierce. )onald and Dennis of Hastings. Mr. nd Mrs. Dan Olsen of Kearney, Mrs. A. I. Sorenson of Minden, Mr. nd Mrs. Wesley Jorgensen and lr. and Mrs. Clark Sorensen of \imball. For going away the bride hanged to a beige linen sheath Iress with bolero jacket. Her hat and gloves were lilac and her shoes and matching bag were beige. She wore the orchid corsage lifted from icr bouquet. For their honeymoon trip, the lohnsons left for an undisclosed destination. After their return they will take an apartment in Grcrlcy. Following the rehearsal Thursday evening, a coffee was given in .he church parlors by the bride's parents. They were assisted by Mesdames Joe Gratzl. Harry Nelson, Hilda Anderson, A. I. Soren son, Clark Sorenson and Ray Meager and Miss Beulah Anderson. Peru may abolish its alcoho monopoly. nd Donald Mellin The bride's mother wore a dusty rose shadow lace dress w i t h white ace picture hat and accessories of Wedgewood blue. Her corsage was of white cymbidium orchids. The groom's mother chose a cloud blue ace dress. Her small flower hat was white as were her other acces sories. Her corsace w a s of white cymbidium orchids. The wedding reception followed mmediately in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson losts. There were twn sen ing :ables, each covered w-ith a white cloth. One was centered with the our tirred wedding cake, wreathed with blue earaaticn«. The beautiful icake was baked and decorated by 'the brides' aunt. Mrs. A. I. Sorenson of Minden. Neb. M r « flay Meager assisted Mrs. Sorersnn in | serving the cake a»»r (h» bride j a n d groom had cut the traditional first piece. Oa the other table, which had a blue and silver floral centerpiece, were the punch bowl and silver coffee service. Coffee was poured by Mrs. E. T. Steil and Mrs. Ray Pierce, aunts of the bride. Presiding at the punch bowl were Miss Carol Nelmn and Mm Marilyn Carlson, cousins of the groom. Olh- rrs a s s i s t i n g with reception d r t a i l s This coupon entitles YOU to 1 0 ° / o D I S C O U N T on all Marine Equipment during the Home Show (June 19-23) at the show or our shop George's Frame and Axle Service 518 8th Avenue-Gr*eley Mrt. Don McWilllams Given Haby Shoicer A itork shower wai given Monday it the Blue riarae room In honor of Mrs. Don McYVUliami. the former Betty Martin, daughter of Mn. Anna Martin of 1717 Fifteenth street. The baby, the McWii- liamset' first, Is to be born the last of this month. Hostesses were listen of the honored guest, Mri. R. W. (Ullian) Bir! and MUi Dorothy Martin. The tfternoon was spent playing gamei. Mr$. Ret Erbes won the prize for correctly naming baby itemi and their advertisements. Mrs. Alei: Kobohel was low. Another came consisted of guessing the weight and length of the baby and the approximate date and time of its birth. The winner will he determined after the baby Is bom. The color scheme was cirried nut in pink and blue, with the cake having pink and blue booties. Ice cream was centered with a stork and baby carriage In the colors and mints were baby carriages in pink and blue. The nutcups were made of x-ray film in bootie style. The refreshment table was covered by a white linen cloth and adorned with a stork train of raisies and roses. The s i f t table wa^also while linen covered. Gifts were presented to Mrs. McWilliams in a basket with a blue liner. Present were Mesdams P. J. Stoll. Verner Olson, John Flnth. Adam Martin, Walter Martin. Wiliam Ikenouye, Douglas Kern, Maude Allen. Frank Miller, Anna 'eit, Alex Kobobel. Rex Erbes. John Sitzman. Ervin Bray, John Clark. Elmer Ulrich. Mesdames Charles Peterson. Ruth Schmick, Dan Kraft, John lomyak. Earl Miller, D. Dobbs, Anna Martin, Harold McWilliams and Miss Alice Hopkins, all of Gree- ey. Mrs. F. fc. Hanks and Mrs. Douglas Hall, both cf Denver. Those sending gifts but unable to attend were Mesdames Frank Schulke, Raymond Martin, Henry K a u f f m a n , Ruben Bauer, Mary Ann Feuerstein. George Kobobel, all of Greelcy. Clifford Johnson, Sam EcVhardt and Charles Frieden- bauch, all of Denver. America has tent its second Trade Mission to Thailand, Bans kok reports. Tuesday, June 18, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pitt S Art. Harry Schnorr I HD Club Htitm Elton Twilight HI) club met Ask for it by name.. liursday evening at the home of p ar k p| lce building. Hicks worked Irs. Harry Schnorr. northwest of j (or th( . Woodcock Constructioa Greeley. Six members were pres 1 company while in Spain. He will nt and three guests, Mrs. Ronald!visit in California and Oregon after laum of Casper, Wyo., Mrs. [leaving here. Heanor Meitiner and Mrs. Roland | ----- :r^T^^^T~ ichnorr. Mrs. Harlan Ward presented the pecial interest topic on h a i r : Tessing. She explained «nd d e m - j nstrated the various types o f ' ·urls and hair styles. Business meeting was conducted | by Mrs. Leonard Johnson, prcsi ; dent. Mrs. Al Wicdcman reported )n the foods and nutrition meeting he attended in Greeley. I Next meeting will le July 11 at | o'clock at the home nf Mrs. Bill Marklcy of Eaton. Mrs. Kenneth Schott has charge of the pro;ram. 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