Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 22, 1969 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, October 22, 1969
Page 17
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Pagt IS GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed., Oct. 22, 19G Kathleen Sue Reeves Wed In Double Ring Ceremony Two large while candles sol.lwilh Alcncon lace sprinkled wilh in wreaths of gold mums amljseed pearls, and garlands of ;i bride's memory candle grao eil I he a l t a r of (he First Baptist Church for the wedding of Miss Kathleen Sue Reeves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .lames I t . Dceves of Route 1, and Wayne ,'harlcs Hubble, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hubble of J G I O 8th Ave. Alcncon lace and seed pearls trimming (he skirt of the dress and the Walteau train. Her cathedral veil of silk illusion flowed from a forward crown of peau de sole petals edged in Alcncon lace and pearls. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace and matching earrings The a l t a r selling was com-! wn ' cl1 wcl ' c a gift from the plemenled by two baskels of bridegroom. She carried a cascade arrangement of white pompons and gold roses mingled with garlands of ivy and tied bronze Chrysanthemums and yellow poms tied with green satin bows at either side of the iltar and while satin bows to with while satin ribbon. The six- nark the pews along the bridalil'encc in her slipper was also eiislc. I worn hy her mother when she The l!cv. Malcolm McGuire was a bride - fficialed at the nuptial riles and Mrs. Wayne Grant nccnin- KHiied Robert Tolar who sang One Hand, One Heart" and The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given In niar- lagc by her parents. She wore princess gown of white peati e sole with bridal point sleeves ind a scoop neckline trimmed Mrs. Allan R. Severns -- (Dennis Nauman photo) Beverly M. Block Is Wed In Double Ring Ceremony Miss Beverly M. Bloch, daughter of .Mrs. Fred Raslf of Wittenberg, Wis., and Ihe lale Emi W. Bloch, was married to Allan K. Severns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Severns, 2501 W. Bill SI., in a double ring ceremony on Friday evening, Ocl. 17, at Trinity Lutheran Church. The Rev. I,yle R. Mueller officiated at Ihe nuptial rites in the presence of approximately 140. guests. Dorothy. Johnson from a cascade cfuslcr arrangement of salin curls. Her bouquet was of bronze and orange mums. The bridesmaids, dressed like Hie maid of honor, except in 'avocado green, carried similar bouquets. Norman Walso. of Denver, served as · best man for his 'icphew, and groomsmen were Larry Jack and Charles Dodge Jr. A reception was held in Lu- Mrs. Kddie Ketll, the matron of honor, and Miss Donna Hendrickson, the bridesmaid, were dressed alike in fern green bonder] crepe empire dresses. ceremony. -Among Ihe guests from afar in addition lo the bride's parents and other members of the wedding party were Mrs. Garth Elmore of Car- michacl, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. The Lords Prayer accom- panifed by Louis Eberbarri, organist: . . ,: ,. A;. ,-·, , , v The-, church -wa^' .(JecbratrMj bra holding avocado 'color candles, · which .wei-fri*lighted, before. ,lhe cereiriony" by -the' ushers,'.'Lupe C a r b a j a f ' a n d .Harlan 'Mekelburg. iWis., and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Alf of Laramie, Wyo. For a weekend honeymoon in Mona Lynn Hill Announced Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Hill of Route .1 announce the engage- m e n t ' o f their daughter, Mona L y n n , ' t o . Danny Dean Jelinek, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jelinek of La Salle. Miss Hill, a 1369 graduate of Grcelcy West High School, is now attending Colorado Col- Jcge of Medical and Denial Assistants in Denver. At GWHS with scoop necklines and belt shaped sleeves. The dresses were trimmed with while lace at Ibe hemlines and Ihe lower edge of the elbow sleeves. Back interest, for the growns was provided by a bow which matched '.he Dior bows worn in their hair. They also wore birth- lone pendant, necklaces which were gifts from the bride. Each a t t e n d a n t , carried a French bouquet of gold and bronze pompons tied wilh while ribbon streamers. Clifford Land stood as best j m a n for his brother-in-law, am Charles Arvis was Ihe grooms man. Ushers were Tim Gibson and Don Gibson of Boulder. Guests at the wedding and reception from out-of-slate included Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Beeves and Amy from Cheyenne, Wyo. Following the reception in the Garden Room, liic couple left for a short honeymoon to an 'undisclosed destination. For traveling Ihe bride selected a two-piece bonded knit 'dress wilh a gold and black' plaid lunic, black ac- the mountains, the bride select- she was active in several or- cd long sleeved dress of^ani/.alions including Pep Club The bride escorted and givenl8'' e - v k n i l l °l'P cfl w i l h " ""itch- *md Gerinmi Club, in marriage by her uncle, Ollo! l n S bcllcd C!1 1 )C ' and comple- Her fiance is a 10K) grad- B l o c h o f Green Lake, Wis., wore! mcjnlotl ,v . oran fi c accessories ualc of Valley High School. He a floor-length gown of white""" 1 sada per.'ii. designed on empire pin, her gift from the bride- lines w!tii"bisho'p sleeves"and'aie 1 TM 1 " 1 - After Ocl. 20, Ihe couple boat neckline/The bodice was'!" 1 . 1 b ° '?' hnnl ° il1 242r ' l?nbin trimmed w i t h ' I a c e appliques|"rive, Apt. No. 2, in Colo- sparkled with seed pearls, and rartn s l' rl »RS- and a white gold and pcarl;was active in baseball, basket- matching appliques trimmod the sleeves and the attached Wat- tcau . train which was gathered under two chiffon roses on ball and "V" Club, anrl is now employed by Freeman Truck Body of La Salle. Wedding plans at this lime are indefinite. cessories .and a white pompon and a gold - rose corsage. The couple will live in'Greeley. The bride, a graduate of College High School and Aims' Junor College in the. spring of. 1969, las her majority degree from lob's Daughters Bethel 10 ^and s now · employed at · Dura Machines. Hubble is a graduate of Gree- Icy Central. High School where he was active in Future Farmers of America. He has served with the U. S'. Army and was stationed in · Vietnam · for two years, in Ihe First Cavalry Division and the .71Glh · Military Police Battalion in Saigon. He is presently employed as a patrolman for Ihe city of Greeley. Bridal Parties The bride was honored at a Stuttgart's First Tour NEW YORK (AP) - The Stuttgart Ballet has started its first American tour. Cities on the tour an Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston, Detroit, East Lansing, Mich., Champaign, 111., St. Louis, Bloomington, Tnd., Lafayette, Ind,, Minneapolis, Chicago, San Diego, Los An-- geles, Berkeley and Sacramento. No house is available in New York. Irresistibly beautiful! DRESSES look lovelier than ever AFTER DRYCLEANING by our CRAFTSMAN . We would like you to entrust one of your favorite dresses to us for a beauty treatment. We're sure you'll like its like-new appearance. We're proud of our dry- cleaning. Try us and · see why. 812 1tth St. 352-5062 Trick or Treat By Permit Only SOUTH VIENNA, Ohio (AP) -- Kids who go Irick or treating here Oct. 30, will have more .han Halloween witches and ;oblins to worry about. Police will check their permits. The village Council has decided thai, local 'children who go rick or treating must obtain 'roe permits at ilie village hall. The action was taken to meet complaints from residents who said that in the past kids have locked into this small community froin other areas. Nonresidents caught begging vill be ushered out of town. (ilcben shower in the Garden loom of the Baptist Church on Oct. 10. Hostesses for the event vere Mrs. Eddie Keltl, Mrs. 'ohn Thompson, Mrs. 0. A. Bird, Wrs. E. C. Pirnie and Miss )onna Hendrickson. SHAG ACRILAN Very Heavy Only 399 per sq. yd J CARPET MART 1621 9th St. 353-0880 The bride was graduated from Grcelcy Central High School i n l i n e couple was the inspiration IflGfi and was employed by Ihe " Grecley National Bank Com- for several parlies, including a - . miscellaneous shower at "the! the low I)L-=|; neckline. Her fin- P'llcr Center prior lo her mar- Blue Flame Room given by Mrs.! gertip veil of illusion, loaned!'''SRC. Severns, a 1!)li4 graduate Grelchcn Brass, Miss Beverly ; by her sislcr-inlaw, .Mrs. Rob- of GCHS. served 18 months in Brass, Mrs. Harlnn MekelburK ! - - ··- » ,, ., . . . . i ert Bloch, was gathered to a cluster of roses and leaves. She carried a cascade of white roses, variegated leaves and two Irop- icana roses which she presented singly, one to her mother as she came down the aisle, and the other to her mother-in-law aflcr the ceremony. Other members of the wedding party were Miss Sharon Lischewski as maid of honor and Miss Beverly Brass and Missj Annette Severns, sister of the bridegroom as bridesmaids. Mips Lischewski wore orange chiffon over peau s a t i n , design-j ed on soft A-lines lo floor-' length, anrl wi'.h chiffon bishop sleeves. Her slippers matched her dress, and her headdress was a circular veil which hung Ilzehoc, Germany, during his military service from 1%G-1%8. Miss Annclle Severns and Miss! Sharon Lischewski, and the relic also has been employed by hearsal dinner held on Saturday the GNB Computer Center. lOct. 11, at the Farm Fare Rcs- Prc-nuptial Parties l l a u r a n l , with Ihe bridegroom's! The approaching marriage of'purenls as hosts. I Get Trim M Stay Trim WITH "World's Easiest Method ol Active Exercise" FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION CATHY OLSON 352-0800 EYE CARE · Wo recommend a thorough Rye . e x a m i n a t i o n at least once a year, tt Re .sure t h a t your glasses are QUALITY GLASSES. Lenses should be ground w i t h precision. Frames should flatter your features. For export optical service bring your n r x f prohcripiion to lit--. GREELEY ft 121/ 2 8lli Ave. Phone 3. r )2-.fi72 remembered in 14 Karat Gold and Diamonds Elgin Vi Carol Tolol Weight $299 Enjoy Personalized Credit We're nothing without your love. 806 8fh St. We Cut the Bes Grown in the We AfA Grade A ' Plump vlS and meaty. Ib. Cube Steaks Boneless U.S.D.A. Choice . SALAD ESSING Kraft's Salad Bowl Kuner's Brand 8 oz. can . Tomato Sauce Peanut Butter Jif creamy " crunchy IS oz. jar Farm Fresh Produce Use Your BankAmcricard Open Friday till 8:30 352-6957 Prices effective through Saturday, October 25, 3069. We reserve tlie right to limit quantifies:.

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