Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 19, 1957 · Page 23
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 23

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
Page 23
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Raymond Ltt Taylor and hit brida, tha farmar Mill Gwendolyn Miy Tannar. Photo by Liberty studio. Taylor-Tanner Vows Exchanged Mis« Gwendolyn May Tanner, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Tanner of east of Eaton, became the bride of R a y m o n d Taylor, ·on of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Talor of Nunn, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Eaton Baptist church. One hundred and f i f t y guests were invited to the double ring ceremony, performed by the Rev. Glen Stewart. The bride w«« e«- rorted and given in marriage by her father. · The altar was decorated w i t h two floral a r r a n g e m e n t s and a pair of teien branched candelabra. The tapers were lighted by Gail Tanner, litter of the bride, and Judy Hen- fro. the groom's niece. The bride's sister carried the memory candle In the altar. Mrs. M. M. G r a h a m , p i a n i s t , played the traditional marches and accompanied Gerald Tanner, brother of the bride, who sang pecause and Thr Wrddiig Prajrr. The bride w a s attired in a gown e.f njlon lace over t a f f e t a , ballerina length. The bodice featured a Peter Pan collar and long, tapering sieves. The bouffant skirt was in six tiers Her fingertip veil, edged in lace, was borrowed from Mrs. Bill Donation. The hriile carried a w h i t e Bible, tnppul by a colonial bouquet of w h i t e shattered carnations, centered by three cymbidium orchids. The arrangement was tied with bridil nhbon streamers. The bride wore a three strand pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. as was her Bible. Something old w a s a handkerchief and blue, a garter, a gift of her maid of honor. Miss Roberta Carlson, the maid e-1 honor, wore a gown of pastel green embroidered nylon organdy. Her hat, gloves and shoes were while and she carried a colonial bouquet of pale yellow carnations. The bridesmaid was Mrs. J u n e Renfro, sister of the groom, llrr gown was pastel yellow embroidered nylon organdy. She wore a white hat, dotes and slippers and carried a colonial Imuqurt of pale green carnations. Dressei of the attendants were styled similar to the bride's gown. James Taylor, brother of the groom, served as Ix-st m a n . Ushering w e r e Dean Tajlor, the groom'i brother, and Al Renfro, his brother-in law. The flower girl was Connie Renfro and the ring bearer, Allan Renfro. the groom's niece and nephew. Mrs. Tanner was allircd in w h i t e lace over yellow t a f f r t a and the groom'a mother eho«c a n a v y blue dotted afternoon dress. Kach wore w h i t e accessories and a gardenia corsage. The reception was held in the church parlor. Assisting w i t h tie- tails were Mrs. M a r y Rodrrirk, Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Frances Kirk. Presiding at the gift lible were Violet 1/efflcr and FJea- nor Kggers. Guests were present from Cheyenne. Monte Vuta, Denier. Greeley. Eaton. Nunn and Galeton. For going away, the bride changed to a blue linen suit. She wore a pink blouse and hat and matching accessories. The Taylors are on their wedding trip, to an undisclosed destination. A f t e r July 5. they will be at home in California. The bride is a g r a d u a t e of Galeton high. She Is a member of the F.aton Baptist church. For the past two years, she has boen employed by the Potato Growers Co-op at Katon. The croom was graduated from Nunn high and is serving in the Navy. He has been home on leave Tanner-Knight Wedding June J5 Mill Nancy Jirqurlin? Kni;ht, d a u g h t e r ot Colonel Klmrr Ixjuell Knicht ot St. I'etmburj, KU.. ind niece of Jlr. and Mn. Frank L. Dfllke of 1003 E U t t n t h auour, became the bride cjf Albert William Tanner, grsiuatc of Loiurado Stale I'ullege of Education May M. at high noon Saturday at Trinity Ktibropal cliurch. I Two hundred fitly cuesti (lathered lor the douUe rinj rilei at which the llev. Charlei V. Young ofliciateJ and the ceremony of the bridc'i candle wai im-d. Mr. Octfkc g a e hi« niece in marriage. Among prrludes played by the orcanitt a the gurslj ancmbled « a Berctme from Jocelyn by (Irxiard w h i c h wai a favorite of the bride's mother, the late Ula Clechorn Knight. The groom li the »on o( Mrs. Eunice Tanner of Fort Morgan and Krralrl II. Tanner of Anaheim, Calif. The yellow and w h i l e theme of the wedding was beautifully carried out and accented by the glow f r n m the m a n y taperi in the chandeliers, on the altar and in the seven branched candelabra on ei ther tide and in the three-branched bracket* on the pews. The altar vasei held white stock, peonies and gladiolus and baskets on either lidc of the chancel steps were filled with the same flowers. Com plementing the setting was the white dossal, showered with sprays of huckleberry. Pews were marked w i t h huckebcrry, w h i t e flowers and satin bows. Mrs. Ilolx-rt Chiton of Denver, classmate of the hriite in nurse's training, was wedding vocalist. She sang the I-ord's I'rayer. Leslie Dae Lindou was organist. (downed in gossamer w h i t e lace over satin, the former Miss Knight was a lovely bride. Her fingertip veil of double tulle billowed from a Juliet cap of lace and her mitts of net, m a t c h i n g the skirt of her gown, r a m e above the elbow. Her jewelry w a i a single strand of pearls, a gift from the groom. On her white prayer took she carried two large while orchids with shower of ilephanotis. The bride's gown wai stled with lace bodice and floor length bouffant skirt of double net with short sweep train. The skirt had i lace, panel front and hack and the bodice w a s fashioned w i t h sweetheart neckline and short, shirred sleeves. Something old worn by the bride was a sixpence belonging to Mrs. Ann Johnson, which has been carried by m a n y Greeley brides. New was her dress; borrowed, her veil from her sisterinlaw, Mn. F.. Ixiwell Knight Jr.; and fllue, a garter, w h i c h was a gift of one of her bridesmaids, Miss Hoslyn I'e- charich. Attendants to the bride weir: Mrs. E. I-owcll Knight Jr., matron of honor; Mrs. Robert Kriz of Albuquerque, N. M , classmate of the bride in nurse's training, and Miss Pecharich. bridesmaids. All were dressed alike in white nylon, embossed with a floral pattern, worn over yellow t a f f r t a matching their cummerbunds. These ended in a bow in the back with the ties reaching to the hemline. The dresses Were styled with fitted Ixxlice, round portrait neckline ending in cap sleeves and full circular skirt. Thry carried w h i t e styro- with boat neckline outlined with lace edftd pique, larie white lef- hora bit trimmed with Mf red rosei, white flovei and black patent tboet and purse. The former Ml» Knight came la live with the Frank DefAei when the wai 10 years old, following the death o( her mother. She wai graduated from G r e e l e y I Ugh ! school in 1951 and from SL Luke'i Hospital School of Nursing In December of 1»M. She bai been era- 1 ployed at a surgical nurie at Weld County General hospital and will ! continue her work until they leave for Alaska. The groom It alio employed at the hospital at an order- Pi t« 12 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wednesday, Jmn ». Ijr, hiving worked there during hit college yean. I!e li a 1931 graduate of Fort Marian lUfh ichooL He received hit AB degree In elementary education. Tiie Tanneri are residing In an apartment st l«Wi Eleventh avenue where he lived prior to their marriage. Dublin will host the 1MT conference of the British Association for the Advancement of Science --some 3,000 delegate!--ia Septem ber. Breakfast Enjoyed by X-Elle Members X-Ettei enjoyed an 1:30 o'clock breakfast Tuetdar at the home of Uri. Austin Stoaeman, 1S24 Fourteenth Hreet. Coven were laid tor 10 memberi. Bride wai played, with honori going to Mri. V. F. Thompjon, Mn. Henry F. Markus and Mri. C. 0. Jackson. The group will motor to Ettei Park July a for a brunch at the Amihimi lodge. See your and will report to Trrasurf Island for hi* nfw assignment. Sew It With.... PURE SILK CHAMBRA1 7 In the following shades · TOAST · BEIGE · RED . · SKY BLUE Lovely for suits, sissy blouses or the smart slurl- waist dresses . . . "The Shop For Womtn Who Like To Sew" SHORE'S Fabric Shop Mrs. Albirt William Tanntr, th« ftrmir'Mln Nancy Knight. Bridal portrait by Thi Martini. 'aim baskets with satin wrapped | handles adorned with cascade! of jcllow daisies. Their ensemblei were completed with double ban- dcaui of yellow centered daisies, rimed with forehead veils, and pearl earrings, giftt from the bride. Irobert J. Tanner of Dei Moinei, Iowa was his brother's best man. Ushers were -Lowell Knight Jr., Clen Tanner, cousin of the groom, and Charlei Bartholomew of Pueblo, a classmate. For the wedding Mrs. Deffke wore a beige lire and taffeta sheath dress, Dior blue itraw hat covered with lelf colored net, long w h i t e kid glotes and corsage ol yellow carnations. The groom'i mother was smartly attired in a brown silk faille with pink silk organia hat, three-quarter length pink gloves and corsage of pink carnations. After the nuptials a reception was held in Parish hall of the church with three tables attractively arranged to serve the guests. The cloth on the tride't table of hand embroidered linen, which was bought in Panama by Mrs. Bernice George relay yeir» igo while she was living there. It ha !een used at many wedding receptions including her only daughter's. The other cloths were of embroidered grass linen, Chinese import!, also belonging to Mri. George The four tiered wedding cike was surrounded by imilat and yel low daisies and flanked by three- branched silver candelabra in which pearl decorated white taperi burned. The cake was cut by Mrs. Martin A. Dlake of Fiu Claire, Wij.. and Mrs. J. D. Tanner, aunts of the bridal pair. At the other two tables where Mrs. Wallij Kolben of Cheyenne and Mrs. Agnes Wyis of Yuma j poured punch and coffee, floral dec orations were yellow dailies in crystal bowls. Assisting in serving were Mejdamei George, Reese (Wilkinson, Floyd Wilson, Spencer Trent, Harley Bjoralt, Clyde Clarkson and Robert Welsh. Taking eare of the gifts was Misi Gertrude Stewart. The guest book, kept by Mri. George Russell of Denver, the former Joann Wallace of Grc-eler, was signed by the following out-of-state guests, besides those already mentinned: Martin A. Blake of Eau Claire, Wii., uncle of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dick of Webster City, Iowa, uncle and aunt of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. George Culver of Kansas City, Mo.; Robert Kriz of Albuquerque, N. M.; and Wallis Holhen of Cheyenne, Wyo.; also hr out-of-town friends from Fort Morgan, Denver, Wiggins, Pu ehlo. Brighton ind Meeker. A f t e r i brief honeymoon it the Hroailmoor hotel a t C o l o r a d o Springs, the Tanneri will rrturn hrre. 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