Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1970 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, May 25, 1970
Page 17
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AAUW Group Hears Review By Mrs. Gebbie The AAUW Book Reviewers held (heir May meeting at the home of Mrs Arno Luker with Mrs. Geneva Elliott as co- hostess. The reviewer for this final meeting of the spring season was Mrs. Virgil Gebbie who chose "Mary, Queen of Scots" by Antonia Fraser. Warmth, sympathy and compassion blend magnificently in t h i s remarkably human biography of one of history's controversial figures. In this monumental work, the author depicts all the romance, color and tragedy of the life «nd times of Mary Stuart, the v/oman who survived religious revolt and political opposition in her native land, only to be denied her freedom and eventually her life by her rival kinswoman, Elizabeth of England. Her golden years as » French princess present a vivid contrast to the hatred and bitterness she faced when she reentered protestant Scotland as its ruler. Antonia Fraser's Impressive scholarship brings new historic insight into Mary's life and is destined to be the biography of the year. The Book Reviewers will vacation during the summer and resume meetings in October. 9:30 'til 5:30 MOM. THRU SAT. FRIDAY 'til 8:30 MITH'S known for quality 02 tth St. 353-1760 Now On Sale All Spreads 20 % Off SONATA Linda Smith To Be Bride The engagement of Miss Linda Lou Smith to J. Bruce Backer was announced during open house festivities for family members and close friends May 17 at the home of the bride- elect's mother, Mrs. Bonnie Lou Smith of 618 24th St. Miss Smith's father is Richard D. Smith of Loveland. A 1968 graduate of Greeley Central High School, where she was active in many school organizations, Miss Smith is now a sophomore psychology major at the University of Northern Colorado, and is ac- ,ive in other campus groups. Backer, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Backer of Monrovia, Calif., was graduated 'rom Monrovia High School in 1968, where he was a member of Key Club and Monarchs, a senior men's honorary. He is now a sophomore social science major at UNC, and is also NOW AT HOME--Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Duanne Heaton are now at home following their honeymoon trip to New Mexico and Mexico. They were married April 26 in the Presbyterian Church in Loveland, with the Rev. Richard Stewart officiating at the double ring ceremony. Attendants for the couple were Miss Linda Martin and Ray Floyd of Boulder. The bride is the former Miss Mary Ellen Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin B. Martin of Milliken. Heaton is the son of Mrs. Dorothy Heaton of Colorado Springs and Jim Heaton of Littleton. CHS Grad Gets Canadian Post G. David Zink, a graduate ofiwill assume the duties of hi; the University of Northernlnew.appointment_by Aug_ 1 Colorado, who has been director of a comprehensive hearing conservation program in Sppo- kane, Wash., for three years, has been appointed assistant professor of audiology at the University of Alberta School of Rehabilitative Medicine, and director of the University Hospital Pre-School Clinic at Edmonton, Alberta. Zink, the son of Mrs. Olive Cortese, 1309 23rd Ave., is a graduate of College High School and earned his bachelor of arts degree at UNC in 1960 and master of arts in 1964. He and his wife, Joyce, are he parents of two sons, Dirk, ige 9, and Dean, age 5. He G. David Zink 5 days only! Smith's and Bates combine to make the incomparable Bates quality the fpread value of ihe year. All Bates original designs go on sale. Twin, full, king, (special order) sizes included. Some of the Bates fav- orites on sale are: Reg. Sale Milano 35.00 28.00 George Washington 40.00 32.00 Queen -Elizabeth 42.50 34.00 Mirabelle 47.50 38.00 Sonata 60.00 48.00 5 days only! QUAKER LACE TABLECLOTHS LEACOCK TABLE LINENS The final week of Smith's May home sale fea- tu'res all Quaker Lace tablecloths in 5 pat- terns, 5 sizes, and Lcacock woven table linens including the ultimate in imported Irish linen that is completely wash 'n wear. 20%OFF The Look of the 70's is the J. V. Smith Woman i Mon., May 25, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 17 active in several campus organizations The couple has made no definite wedding plans. \Ilomemakers To Meet For Business Session Rich and Lush Look Offered By Bill Blass NEW YORK (AP) - The fall collection by Bill Blass for Mau-l rice Rentner has a rich, lush look--sable hats, beautifully tailored wools, gold bools, evening velvets and extravagant jewelry- | Prices range from about $325; to $2,500. Raincoats are less. Soi far, there's no hope of a bou-i tique collection from Blass. | "To me, it isn't valid. Toj achieve that look, you have to use the most expensive fabrics. You can't translate it," he said. Biass, who sat on a railing to narrate the show at the Plaza Hotel, said he most enjoyed doing the tailored day clothes. One dashing look was a country plaid cape over belted tunic and pants, tucked into over-the-knec boots by David Kvins. Hats by Adolfo included bandage turbans and broad-brimmed fells. Evening clothes ran the gamut from kimonos complete with Japanese wigs by Lupe to split level mini-midi chiffons. A Persian print panne velvet was worn with red snakeskin boots and wild gold necklace by William de Lillo. One particularly good series was in dark green: cape, midi- dress trimmed in sable, coat, green satin blouse over green velvet skirt-over green boots. Linda Lou Smith After completing their current project of making quilted lap- robes for residents of Birch Avenue Manor, members of the Q.E.D. Homemakers Extension Club have planned a dessert luncheon and business meeting for Tuesday, May 26, at the home of Mrs. Paul Willis. The program will feature a paper titled "Passport to Mexico" by Mrs. Willis, the club president, which will include recipes and menu tips. At all meetings, contributions game prizes are accepted for the birthday parties which members help give at Birch Avenue Manor. Pillow Talk Perky rayon tassels sewn on each corner will dress up a pTain-Jane pillow. B.B.P. Club Members Have Luncheon Meet Seven members of the B.B.P. Club met at the Post 'n Pike Wednesday for luncheon and cards. Mrs. Laura Pumphrcy was the hostess. Prizes were won by Mrs. Pearl Winslow and Mrs. Roy Gay, high and low at 500, and Mrs. Eva Winslow and Mrs. Irene Stevens, high and low at canasta. 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