Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 19, 1957 · Page 26
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 26

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
Page 26
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Wednesday. June 19. 1957 GREELEY TR1DUNE P a » 13 AT , · l c , · T 11 1 T · · ~T~T^ ·---- ilvationaJ Secretaries Install and Initiate Woman j j-^c Josephine Miller. Editor BPW Has State (The si.t attended all the convention Meeting at Estes I meetings. \ Jennie Reid and Winnie McCrory jwcre other Grcelcy munbers pres- t o'lt for the liftmuet i:2tnrdiiy r ' f M i at which new officers were Members of Business and Pro- soiled. fessional Women's clubs of Colo- The Greeley club was hostess at radc.gathered at Ihe Cr als ' s hotel the S u n d a y morning breakfast at Estes Park last weekend for when Miss Lotz presided and in- Ineir slate convenl.on.. . troduccd , hc followlng mcml)crs of Eva Demmy ol Pueblo was elect-! her club: Mrs. Peery" Nell S we all td the new state president. i. c t i l Myers, Dorothy Schell, Mrs! Greeley dclegalcs to the con-1 Armagosl. Mrs. Adrian, Hallie clave were Eula Kmsey. Gcncvicvc! Wright, Fern Arh. Salome Smith Armagost, Cliiir. Louise Plait and Esther Lolz, president. Their al, lernatcs were Edith A d r i a n , Mrs. Kinscy, Gladys Boger and Wilma Meeker. Saluie to the flag was led by Neva Craig of Golden - - ., .iaj itu uj jiuva i^raig w uoioen. Esther Peery and Lorra-jie Weber. I Inspiration was given by Mrs. GILBERT-BISHOP 820 8th SI. DRUG COMPANY Your Rexall Slore Ph. 700 USSY SUMMER BATH SPECIALS! (and such good gift ideas, too) NOW'1.25 REGULAR. «2 SIZES These are this summer's best buys. You just can't afford lo .miss 'emI And they're jost the gift for the special -women in your life--your mother or June graduate. In fonr inviting fragrances--Contraband, Ovilion, Safari, and the new and exciting Muguet Royale! A. BUBBLE BAffl-Regularly $2. Now *IJ5. «. COlOGNE-RegnlarlT $2. Now $I-M. C DUSTING POWDER-'WithTclYerjpBff. Regularly $2. Now Price* pta bx Officers were installed and a new member initiated when the Greeley chaplcr, National Secretaries Association, International, enjoyed a formal dinner Monday evening at the Faculty hall dining room. Piclured here, standing, left to right, arc Shirley Brown, the new member; Marilyn Wallers, chapter treasurer; and Dorothea Hayes, president. Seated, left lo righl, Marian Flaglc, vice president; Marilyn Terry, recording secretary; and Wilma Winter, corresponding secrelary. The candlelight installation ceremony was conducted by Jenny Trucsdell, retiring president, assisted by Marjorie Donald. The new member, Mrs. Brown, is secrelary lo Jorin II. Clayton, allorney. GuesU at the dinner were Wilma Wcibert and Lou Ann Slewart, secretaries at the Weld County Savings bank, Dr. Kenneth Hansen, chairman of the department of business education at Colorado State College, and Mrs. Ilanscn, and the.guest speaker. Dr. Allan C. Lloyd, editor of all lyping publications and materials of the Gregg division of Ihe McGraw-Hill Book company of New York City. Dr. Lloyd has conducted a two day typing clinic at the college, lie is the founde'r and first editor of two magazines, Today's Secretary and Business Teacher. A brief business meeting preceded the program. Dr. Lloyd was introduced by Dr. Hansen. His lopic was Emily--Super Secretary. He outlined the many dulics of Ihc secrclary: saving time for her boss, helping in both inter-office relations and outside public relations. Dr. Lloyd also gave some of the national statistics on the age, marital and family status, and salaries of the average secretary in America loday. Photo by Jim Moore. Gay Phillips Is June Bride Miss Gay Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Phillips o.' 1231 Filth street, became tie bride of James H. Moncricf, SOD of Mr. and Mrs. J. fi. Moncricf of Katun. Sunday afternoon al the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. llesser, 1501 Glenmcre boulevard. Arrangements of pink and white snapdragons and begonias and pink roses decorated the living room. The Rev. Clcn C. Stewart ol Eaton performed the single ring ceremony after (he bride was given in marriage by her father. The wedding music was by recording. The bride was atlired in a white ballerina length dress and white accessories. Her corsage was of white carnations and red rosebuds. Attending the couple were Glee and Grant Phillips, sister and rothcr of the bride, and June and am Moncrief, sister and brother f the groom. Mrs. Phillips wore an afternoon ress of ecni lace and white ac- essorres. The groom's mother hose a navy blue frock and white cccssorics. Their corsages were f pink carnations. The reception was held in the ecrcalion room of the Hosscrs' ome. Party sandwiches and punch vere served with the wedding cake. Among the wedding guests were Irs. Charles Peters, grandmother f ihc bride. Mr. and Mrs. Mosc lacVler of Eaton, uncle and aunt I the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Hex aughn and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mulrhead and Patty, Mr. and ITS. J. P. Goddard, Willard Snyd- r, John Hay, Monte Kvittem, Pnul \llen, Carol McNeil, Dob Dorsey nd David Moncrief, brother ol the room. The Moncriefs leave Thursday lorning for Tacoma, Wash., where he groom Is stationed with the avy. He is a machinist mate third lass. Moncrief has served three years and has had overseas duly. Peery and devotions by M. Olivia Sorenson o[ Denver. Covers were laid for 180 BPWs. All flower arrangements and corsages for the convention were de signed by Mrs. Plait ol Greeley. A board meeting of the Greelej BPW was held Monday night at Miss Lotz' apartment with all of fleers and the eight chairmen of committees present. .The followin; dales for the summer months were set: June 24, dinner meeting at Ihe Tea House a^ 6:30 p.m. to hear convention 'reports; July 22 and Aug. 12, picnic supper meetings at home of Mrs. Plait at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Meeker is chairman of the July meeting and Mrs. Wright, of August. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS PC set ol lovely imported STAINIE5? TABIEWARE "»an i WEi !jm«iiiiij|ii»iiii i iii i ^ ,, , J -·' /7r V^'^/^Wvr Largest, most beautiful setwe've ever offered at the price! EDWARDS Modern Living, Inc. 827 Tenth St. Phone 427 T Once again the Girl Scouts are making plans to attend West Creek camp, which is located in Hie Roosevelt National Forest, just one and a "half miles from Glen Queen Finalists To Get Formals tlaven on Ihe Devil's Gulch road. The camp is operated by (he Mountain-Prairie Girl Scout council and Fly-lips through I 7 years old can be accommodated. This year the camp is divided into eight sessions phis the senior outpost session. Each session has'54 Birls rom Grecley and surrounding owns. The objective of Ihc camp is to help girls learn lo live comfortably and happily in the out-of-doors with a small group of girls their own ape. Betty Alalloncc is camp director and will have a staff of 15 members. Janet anr) Grace Briscoe of Grecley will assist her and the other stalf members will be from Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. The first session of camp starts June 23. Girls from Grcelcy who will attend the, (wo weeks' session are.Sally Pomcroy and Bonnie Wob- er. Those leaving for session 1A (June 23-29) are Sonjcanne Carl- The campers are reminded t h a t ! the balance of Iheir fee should be ! in the Girl Scout Office at least a week prior lo their going lo camp. ] This year's enrollment is I h c ; largest West Creek has ever had. | Even after adding an extra o n e - ) week session (here is a waiting lisl j !of 100 sir's. Three Grecley dress shops wil give summer formats to the three Weld county girls chosen queen finalists of the Weld County Har vest Fair July 1. The three girls, n gucen and two attendants, will present the trophies at the Harvest Fair, Aug. 8 and 9, at Island Grove park. They will be selected at a luncheon July 1 at the comunity building by the Greeley Lions club. Each girl is to wear a summer formal lo Ihc luncheon. The girls will be featured on a Lions club fJoat in the July 4 parade in Greeley and with Ihree escorts of Ihoir own choice will be guesls al the July 4 rodeo. .Toslin's, Dodd's and Ihe Fashion Bar will each provide one of Ihe s u m m e r formals for Ihe girls to wear on the float. Weiss Jewelry slore will give each girl a slrand of pearls. Portraits ol all three will he made by the Jim Kadlecck sludio on July 1. All Lions clubs in Ihe counly have acen inviled lo coopcrale in the county conies!. The deadline for notifying Ihc Grecley club on their cooperation has been extended to Juno 24. Girls, or friends of girls, 'fiterestcd in trying (o be queen of the Harvcsl fair, should conlacl Ihcir local Lions club. Every contestant entered by fl Weld county Lions club will receive a 'silver bracelet engraved with the name of her local sponsor and wilh the fact thai she was its queen in 1957. The girls will also receive free; passes to the Grecley !thcalers. FORMALS FOR RENT OR SALE Matching Headpieces, Dridal Veils, etc. Call mornlngf or after 4. 1415 10th Avenul N O W OPEN . . . . HUSKEY'S Radiator . . Welding and General Repairing REYNOLDS FARM EQUIPMENT JOl I S I h SI. Now On Display At The Home Show This beaulifuf 2-pc. living room lectlonal . . . IL't nylon covered-Ten decorator colors to choose from. Each piece li 46 inchei long. They can be arranged in many different room combinations. Rugged spring tteel construction, rubberized hair padding (foam rubber at · light additional cost). Add new beauty lo your living room at thli low price--1100. Greeley Couch and Chair Mfg. Co., 1300 7th St. tn Evana. Open evenings. -- Adv, Mn. Jimai R. Moncriaf, tha former Mlsi Gay Phillips. He is a graduate of Eaton high. His bride attended Grcelcy high and has been employed by Harry Cameron. DUV Convention Is Well Attended Barbara Friclchic lent of Grcelcy was well represented at the convention of the Department of Colorado and Wyoming, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War. The Ihrcc day conclave opened Sunday at Fort Collins and continued through Tuesday. Headquarters were at the Northern hotel, with convention meetings at the IOOF hall. Grecley had 15 voting delegates. A local member, Mrs. Bl/inche Heckart was elected department guide. The new officers are Orpha Ro- mandcr of Denver, Department president; Wilda Berry of Casper, Wyo., senior vice president; Gladys Afflcrhach of Cheyenne, junior vice .presidcnl; Kalherinc Harlman of .Colorado Sprints, chaplain; and.; Helen Harden of Casper, treasurer. '-· · More than -100 attended the con-, i fcrcnce, which opened Sunday aft: ernoon with a reception lor department officers. Students of the Fort Cnllins School of Dancing gave the program after which punch and wafers were served. The business sessions began Moo- day morning. Becky Young tent of Fort Collins had charge of the opening ceremonies. The retiring depart- mem president is Hulga Schlagle 'f Fort Collins. Mary Oliver of Crcclcy. patriotic instructor, pre- scnted a flag lo Scout troop No. » of Fort Collins. A memorial for members who died during the past year was conducted by Mrs. Afflerbach. The convenlion banquet wns held Monday evening. A large group attended. The rtev. E. W. Harrison, retired minister, gave the address. The new officers were elected Tuesday morning, with 80 voting delegates taking part. The conven-: tion closed at 3:30 p.m., that after-: noon following the installation of 1 ' offiers. Grace Whitney of Greeley' had charge. \ The 1958 convention will be at: Casper. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS CARD OF THANKS 1 would like to thunk Dr. Artist n n d Dr. Kuykendnll, the nurses nnd nurses Rides, Rev. Wcgenat and nelchbora and friends for cards and n'.anU and kindness flliown mo while I was In tha Weld County Hospital. Mrs. Eva Sdiaefer R. Gary Zick Optometrist CONTACT LENSES Ph. 674 1008 9th Ave. Attend . . . 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