Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 9, 1961 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, November 9, 1961
Page 14
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(JUEKUJY TUHniNE Thurs., Nov. !),' 15)611 Duplicate Party At Fort Collins Appear on TV 'Sunday Foil Collins Unit u( Ihc Alnci can' Cpnlraci Bridge' League is having a membership pally lor al it its members, including the ol fill.ilcd Grf.clcy Duplicate Bridge Club, Sunday at Harisen's Cole, 131 N. Coilrgc Avi'., ni 6 p.m. Dinner and bridge is free lo nil ACISL members who renew (heir 1963 memberships at this tinwv This has been one of the mosl poinilar'events o( the Foil Collins Unit each year. Sinco this is Greol.y's first yoar of affiliation, the director, Mrs. H. W.'Dcvinc, is anlicipaling thai ninny will attend. They arc Ic register will her at El 2-5552 by touighl (Thur.- day): Another, event of I he Foil Col lins Unit is an election party and bridge' lournamcnl on Dec. 12 Mrs. James Mathews of Grcclcy lias been nominated lo represcn Ihe local club on the board of di rector's ot the Fort Collins Uni for the .coming .year. Winners in this'week's inontli \y Master Poiril P!ay si'Hie Coun try Club were the following: North-South, Larry Eaton on John Slephenson, first; Mrs. Ho Sears'and Mrs. Lee Visa, seconc Mrs. William Loss and Mrs. Joh Wood, third. East-West: Mr. and Mrs. Pai Nielsen, first; Edilh "Tarbox Miss Jackie .Ilunlcr, . 15, cr of Mr. and Mrs; 'Max Ilunlcr ; Brighton, formerly, ot Grcclcy, ·ill .appear Sunday on Ihe T«l| lack Amateur Hour. · She was chosen' 'as one ot Ihe I finalisls from : the 1500 who udilioned. Two shows were taped bm llic show presented last cck at'ibc Denver Coliseum be- ore an audience of. 11,000. Miss Hunter, a violinist, has ccn studying with Dr. Henry T Ginsburg, well-known violinist and ircclor ot Ihe Greelcy Philhar iwnic Orchestra. She is a sopho iwre at Brighton High School. 2 From Greeley Among 11,301 on OSU Campus Judilh Ann Capp and Jon Mil on Pla,ehy, both from Greeley arc among 11,.Ml on-campus stu denls enrolled at Oklahoma State jniversity this fall. Miss Cnpp is a s e n i o r . i n ails and sciences and Plachy' Is a ;vaduale ; student.' · · · : - - Mrs. Ronald Ker.l,'se.'ond; Mrs Frank Ay'deloiie and Mrs':'G. Nil Noble, lliird. ' : Next Monday evening, ihc Grce ley club will play the- finals the six weeks' series · contest Irophy will be 'awarded to Ih f i r s t place winner. TOTAL DUMONB WEIGHT Mr, ami Mr j.-. J«tph l»Rut B«rt. Photo by Kadkcek. Best-Capper Rites at Platteville Delia Jana Capper, daugWer of|oessed Hie rites in which the bi Mr. and Mrs.' Warren Cupper of .006 31st Ave., b e c a m e the bride of Joseph LaRue Best, son of Mr- 'and Mrs. Joseph Bcsl of Topeka, Fla., Sunday -al the Platteville Methodist Church. The Rev. Donald Wagccck offi- cialed at the double ring ceremony. Two-hundred guests wit- d the corsage Irom her wedding vquel. · - '· - , The b.-ide^ls. a graduale ol alteville-High School and Cen il 'Business College at Denver . is employed by the . First alibnal Bank at Denver as a -retary. ,·': . .'. . Tlie'bridegroom is:.a graduale Topeka high-School a( Topeka. a. He is now, serving with .'the r Force 1 and is'stationed at Den- Vfrs. Nyal Adams Pells'of ·Hawaii. "Hawaii Then., and,,Now" was e topic-of Mrs. Nyal Adams aper for Social Science Circle hen it met at the home of ; Mr mi Mrs.-Warren .-Terry of 2530 lighland Rd. , ',. , Drawing .upon,personal cxperi nccs, 'as well as written sources Irs. Adams brought out some o ie~ changes which the last few ecades have brought to .that ter itory was drawing closer t lateliood. She called aUentipn I he details of. the lite'and race f Its peoples, the educational ac antagcs offered them, natural re sources of'the islands and effort o improve thcrn as well as th Dolilical and business ore and" after statehood. During Mbc evening, Pr. .Jph A. Weaver Jr. presented a tribu o the late Judge George H. Erai ield wlw had been a member , Social Science Circle since 101 The next meeting will he he Nov. 21 at the 'home of Mr. an Mrs. W.'D. Farr." Photos Mothers Children Up lo. 16 Years!: 1 Per Pound This Ad Entitles Holder Tn Receive ONE 8 x 10 PHOTOGRAPH Don't Miss This Opportunity Our Photographer Will Be In Greeley 2 DAYS ONLY 12 Noon lo 6 p.m. Camfield Hotel Saturday »nd Sunday November II and 12 GREEl.EY, COLO. TELL YOUR FRIENDS Brine your child to Ihe Maurice- Studio and receive a lovely 8x10 portrait for only Ic a pound. Example: If your child weighs -16 pourtcls, you pay 16r., 20 pounds, 20c. Any Child Up to 16 Years Groups Up to 5 Children Welcome Generous Selection of Proofs Limit One to » Family Satisfaction or your money refunded , · Adults $1 per person Minors Must Be Accompanied by a Parent MAURICE STUDIO CA5IFIELD HOTEL war given in marriage ly her :her. ' r. Mrs. Francis Diirall,-'a schoo friend of the bride, was organist. She accompankd the bride's sis- lerj ,Mrs. .Bernard McCormick, wire sang "I Love You Tally" and 1 "The Lord's PrayeV." A large arcli covered with bine nnd while carnations, interwoven ilh blue and white.bows arid sil- er and green backing.'graced the :ont of the pulpil, with a wedding malh i n ' the Jcenter.. Candles ianked (lie urcTi. Tliey'wer'e lighted by tlie bridesmaids. .Miss Pau- Gentlc and Miss TiVia'Leonard. For Hie af^ljjojtce'remony, the mcfe.was allired in'a floor-length ;own of CliaBtllly/JaCc and illu- ;ion.' The skirt featured insets of -iiffle'd' net and lace .down the jack. The molded lodice had longj apered sleeves fastened wilh l i n y i mtlons .at the 1 ,wrists, and the| iccklineWas trimmed in traceries || if lace-,wilh .opalescent sequins md pearl trim.' Her fingertip veil if imported illusion was held in place by a Queen Victoria tiara |l jnd she carried a white colonia' wiHiuct backed by lacy insets and ,| nterwoven with blue" ribbon and 1 silver streamers. Mrs. McCormick was matron of honor. She and the bridesmaids, Miss Gentle and Miss Leonard, were attired alike in mist blue chiffon, dresses' with .matching shoes and head bauds. They carried w h i t e carnations with blue, white and silver streamers. Bruce L. Lewis was best man. Ushers Were' Bernard · McCormick, brother-in-law of the bride, and Don Kales and George Clark, all of Denver. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the church. Out-of-statc guests attending were Miss Juanita Penning, Miss Gladys Ray, Mrs. Leslie Wells nnd Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. i Pat Martindale, all of Gering, iNeb., and Mr. and Mrs. Kcilh Stewart of Harrisburg, Neb. After a week's honeymoon at JEstes Park, the couple will be ;at home at 1399 Vine St.. Denver. For going away, the bride changed to a shell pink brushed jwool suit wilh black accessories Beautiful holiday dtcordrarx the WSCS Bazaar, First Method Church, Friday, Nov. 17.--Adv. Kithy M«cfc«y ^arties Honor Kathy Mackey .Miss Kathleen Kay Mackey. aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kennethj| lackey ot Gil), .was honored with vo bridal showers last week..Slie will become I be bride of James Craig Miller, son of'Mr. and Mrs A. H.. Miller of 1518 14lh St., at p. m:', Nov. 22,, at the FksL United Presbyterian Church. ·At the first party, given by Mrhcs. John Hcnney, Ray Mackey and Clark Mackey, aunts of Miss Mackey, and Mrs. Cliff Schneider, cousin, al tlie Blue F l a m e Doom, the bride-elect received gifts of linens. Appropriate games were played. A miniature bride and bridegroom with wedding bells -adorned the table. Miss Mackey was assisted . . i in opening, gifls by. her. mother,, Mrs. Mickey, ud tire prospective irWegroom's mother, Mrs,.Miller The refreshment table was iighltghted with gold candles. Cofee «nd t*» were poured by Mrs. Henoey* and Mrs. -Ray Mackey Guests were Mmes. Ch'uck Hugh', Ed Miller, Reed Mackey,' Don Mackey, Ted Swanson and Me- lank, Gene Schanwblf, Keith Mac key, Nettie Fitzgerald, ' Gordon Mackey and Clarence Townly AUo present were Tinimy Schneid er; Linda Boshinski, Mrs..Gladys Strale, Miss Mackey's grandmother, and Mrs. Gus'Miller, Miller's grandmother. Sending gifls but .unable to attend were Mmes. Bob Snidow,- Joe Boshinski, Morris Dickhart, IJoy Mackey, Max Mackey, Clark Mackey, Howard Boyer, Dale Boy er, Melvin Mackey 'and Mollie Meisner. . . . . - .Miss Barbara Faris was host ess «L a surprise Utchen shower for Miss Mackev at her home 2245 lllh St.' Guests were high school friends. - · A fall. centerpiece of Indian orh and gourds wilh candles was ised. Favors were cookie cullers ied with gold ribbon. Prizes were (Itchen utensils. . ' , Miss Carolyn Schafluelzel, as- iisted Miss Mackey with.her giflj. ' Others allending we're the Misses Catole Bowles, Nada Fell, ^leanor Efken, Barriella Thoult,.Sally.Orr and Mrs, D. j.1. Farfs and Mrs. Bob Snidow. ' ,.'. Sending .tlfls'out unable lo,.»t- lend were (he Misses' 'Bai-bara Sieving, Jiidy Buche'r, Barbara Orlhman,. Gloria Torgersori and Peggy Skinner. . . .. . ' ' · Divergent Tastes NEW ULM, Minn. (API--Man- toy Sweet has Ihe room adjoining Misses Olga and-Laura Sauer *t a rest home here. USE THE TRIBUNE WikNT ADS My Most SINCERE THANKS For Your Vote, of:Confidence in the City Election STAN SUTHERLAND Councilman Ward 3 FRIDAY - SATURDAY OPEN FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 8:30 P.M. B U D G E T S T O R E EIGHTH AND EIGHTH (150) Reg. 5.99 to 14.99 BETTER DRESS CLEARANCE Drastic reductions of Fall styles, including wools, jerseys, cottons, etc. Junior, Misses,: Half sizes. 3.99 to 8.99 Rc 3 . 5.98 to 6.98 COTTON KNIT DRESSES One and two piece styles Reg. 16.93 ' ITALIAN WOOL KNITS 3,99 TRAVEL JERSEY Misses and half DRESSES izes, 3.59 ..2 for Reg. 10.99 WOOL COSTUME SUITS . Two Piece Reg. 10.99 SHIRTWAIST D R E S S E S . Reg. 2.99 .-. ' DAYTIME COTTON DRESSES, 2.77 2 for ^ AA «3«UU Any Way You Figure It... Your Savings "add up fast" at First Industrial Bank. Come in today and open a Savings Account. Deposits made by the KHh earn boous interest from the 1st, 4% interest paid sami-apnually on yoar monthly balance. The First INDUSTRIAL BANK 8th Ave. at 9th St. Of Greeley Open Daily 5:30 (36) Reg. 2.99 COTTON HOUSE DRESSES 99c COATS Check theic outitanding values and select your coat today. , REi. 59.99 TO 69.99. ^ ' LUXURY FUR TRIMMED COATS Selected mink, fox, fitch, muskrat furs, all beautifully styled in fine wool fabrics: Sizes 8 to 18. *Fur labeled country of origin. 49.00 Reg: 39.99 ' FUR LIKE MAN-MADES WOOL WINTER warm interlinings · sizes 5 to I 8 ·.,,·.'.... MAN-MADE FUR STRIPED LONG COAJS,'Grey, sizes 8 to I 8 MAN-MADE FUR SHORT COATS ..... Hi LI LINED ' - · · LONG : VINYL 35.00 COATS--Fashion styled 17,88 19.99 19.99 1199 Special! Reversible POPLIN ALL WEATHER COATS Durable water repellent- shell. C QQ Print taffeta reverse. Sixes 8 to 18 Vi«f V SPORTSWEAR Reg. 10.99 to 12.99 QUILT LINED CAR COATS Durable outer shells, choice of orlon pile, knit and regular hooded styles. Colors -- red, beige, willow, black. Sizes 8 to 18. Only _ .. WARM CORDUROY CAR COATS . Quilt Lined VINYL CAR COATS . 10,99 8.88 R-0. 5.99 BETTER SWEATER CLEARANCE Includes fur blends, orlon cardigans and novelty styles. Sizes 34-40. * M While they last __ . __ Oi99 Keg. 5.99 to 7.99 MISSES' WOOL SKIRTS Many »a[ lined _______ _ to 4 Ml J A A AUU to HiWI Reg. 3:99 CORDUROY C A P R I SETS Reg. 1.99 ROLL S L E E V E SHIRT BLOUSES ____ : A M fctOO 4 PA 1 99 Z for J.OO COTJON SHIRT BLOUSES ____ f-i SPORTSWEAR - (continued) Reg. 1.99 CORDUROY CAPRI PANTS Belted or high rice style, choice of colors. · . } Sizes ·« to 1* MENSWEAR FLANNEL CAPRI* LINED WOOL 1.66 2,99 3.99 LINGERIE Reg. 1.50 Slightly IrreguUr "PARK AVENUE" SEAMLESS NYLONS 3 pr, Bex 0 Ml kllW Reg. 1.00 Pr., 1st Quality FULL FASHIONED NYLON* Durable sheer «O-15, ntw tfiides. Sizei §1/2 to 11. (Me 3 pr. Box wtW FANCY TRIMMED HALF «LIP» - TRICOT KNIT SLEEPWEAR .. Reg. 2.H FLANNEL SLtEPWeAR . QUILT TOP . LOUNGE 1ET - 77C .2J9 . 2 . 6 9 2 for SJJO _^2J9 GIRLSWEAR 8) Reg. 2.99 ' GIRLS' DRESSES __ IRLS' BETTER DRESSES ,,: ___ · QQ £iOO to 99e 3.88 Reg. 1.99 to 2.99 CIRLS' NOVELTY SWEATERS Sizet - , * « » 1 4 ' ' , '. ', ' 2 for 3.00 GIRLS' CORDUROY SLACKS Reg. 12.99 lo 16.99 G I R L S ' WOOL COATS Hood and xcarf a QA itylei Included Oi99 Children'* Hooded WARM LINED CAR COATS 10.99 Reg. 2.79 ' GIRLS' FLANNEL PAJAMAS Siiei 4 to 14 _____________ 1.77 Reg. 1.69 CHILDREN'S COTTON KNIT SLEEPERS 1 M »iits 1 to.4 ; · · .. I,U|| .Reg. 1.00,, Pkg. · 6(RL9*COTTON ' PANTIES ; ._ R»g. i.'OO Pkg. GIRLI' COTTON ANKLETS ___ GIRLS' FANCY COTTON SLIPS P, 79e P, 79c Jt

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