Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 4, 1977 · Page 12
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12 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Sat..June 4.1977 Women's pages Cynthia Llyn Quick wed to Gary L. Witte May 28 Mrs. Dorsey enjoys life at age 90 Blanche Dempsey. editor Rose Mary Koob. assistant Paula Tokunaga, Kenneth Paxton married in double ring ceremony The altar of the First United Methodist Church was decorated with an arrangement of peach gladiolus, white carnations and blue daisies, and gold vases at either side of the altar held matching gladiolus and greenery, to form the setting for the marriage vows by Miss Paula Rae Tokunaga of Greeley and Kenneth Lee Paxton of Eaton on Saturday. May 28. Additional decor for the wedding included seven-branch candelabra with white candles, and baby blue ribbon bows on the pews. Gordon Sameshima, cousin of the bride, and Wayne Sameshima, both of Ault, were the candlelighters. The Rev. Marvin H. Adams officiated at the late afternoon ceremony in the presence of 200 guests. The organist was Mrs. John Stoody. Duane Marsh sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Follow Me." Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in an elegant gown of white organza trimmed in Venise lace and pearls. She wore a gold heart necklace set with a pearl to complement the square stephanotis and greenery, neckline with wide lace trim Mrs. Kenneth Lee Paiton at 7 p.m. a Dutch Hop at Miss Juli Hollar, the maid of Brannaman Hall with music by which also formed a mock honor, wore baby blue polyester Jim Dart. Among the guests at apron on the skirt front, and crepe with a simulated jacket the wedding and reception were edged the flowing full train. The formed by Venise lace and a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weber Jr. straight sleeves had bell cuffs matching picture hat. Similarly and Mrs. Hazel Potter, grand- edged with lace. To complete attired were the bridesmaids, parents of the bridegroom, her ensemble she wore a floor- Mrs. Don Koch of Milliken, length mantilla with matching Miss Peggy Abbot and Mrs. Venise edging, and carried a Jack Moreno of Evans. All and the University of Northern bouquet of peach roses, white" attendants carried peach Colorado and is now employed carnations and blue daisies as a training director and with white baby's-breath. coordinator 'for McDonald's The flower girls, Sara Ulrich, Hamburgers. Paxton, a niece of the bridegroom, and graduate of Eaton High School, Jennifer Miller, wore baby-blue is employed by Central Homes, polyester floor-length gowns The couple is now at home on complemented by blue eyelet Route 2, Eaton. For traveling aprons. Brad Sameshima of on a honeymoon to an un- Ault, cousin of the bride, disclosed destination, the bride carried the rings. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH United Church of Christ 16th Street and 21st Avenue Worship Service 7:30 and 10:00a.m. "Holding On To Our Faith In A Difficult Time" by Dr. Slighter Dr. Alfred R. Slighter Rev. Don R. Laue Nursery Care Church School Classes 10:00 The bride, a graduate of Greeley Central High School Cynthia Llyn Quick of Fort Morgan and Gary Lynn Witte of Greeley were married Saturday afternoon. May 28, at Gloria Christi Lutheran Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Quick of Lincolnshire, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Witte of V'emon are parents of the bridegroom. The Rev. Lambert Gabbert officiated at the double ring candlelight ceremony in the presence of 125 guests. The church was decorated with white gladiolus and blue carnations on the altar to complement the bride's candle which was decorated with blue and white fabric flowers and gold leaves. Scott Witte of Houston, Tex., nephew of the bridegroom, was the cart- dlelighter. Lorie Purtill accompanied the violinist, Pauline Bradshaw of Boulder and Joy Ferrasini of Brush who played French horn solos for "Trumpet Voluntary" the processional, and "Trumpet Tune in D Major," both by Purcell. as the recessional. Miss Ferrasini also sang "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," "Ave Maria" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a long gown of white cotton patterned with white flowers, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, cuffed sleeves and wide sash, all trimmed with lace. Her bouquet of blue, pink, yellow and white carnations and miniature mums intermingled with lily of the valley was carried on a small lace-covered Bible. Miss Susan Stillinger of Fort Morgan was the maid of honor, and Miss Susan Caldwell, also of Fort Morgan, served as bridesmaid. The attendants were gowned in copies of the bridal gown in light blue, and carried nosegays of blue carnations, white mums and lily of the valley. The bridegroom's niece and nephew, Darli and Eric Wtte of Houston, Tex., filled the roles of flower girl and ring bearer. Lance Witte of Vernon served as best man for his brother. The groomsman was Danny Adams of Greeley. The ushers were Doug Gain of Greeley and Larry Myers of Yuma. Following the wedding, the guests, including Mrs. R. H. Brooks of Lincolnshire, 111., maternal grandmother of the bride, and W. G. Renielman of Wray, maternal grandfather of the bridegroom, reassembled in the parish ha'l for a reception. The newlyweds are now at home at 1302 27th Ave. For traveling on' a weekend honeymoon to Colorado Springs, the bride wore a light blue three-piece pantsuit. The bride, a graduate of Colorado State University with a B.S. degree in health and physical education, also attended Texas Women's University in Denton, Tex. She has been employed by the Fort Morgan School District. Witte, a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado where he earned a B.A. degree in elementary education, is a teacher in School District Six. Pre-nuptial events The bridegroom's mother and his aunt, Mrs. Wayne Wiley of Laird, prepared the rehearsal dinner which was served at the church with Mrs. Robert Enthofen of Littleton and Mrs~. Roger Witte of Houston, Tex., sister and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, assisting. RICH IN VITAMINS An excellent source of vitamin C (that's why it kept Cook's sailors safe from scurvy), sauerkraut contains vitamin B-l and B-2, calcium and phosphorus. Yet one cup of undrained sauerkraut has only 42 calories. Dieters also like sauerkraut because it can make an otherwise monotonous menu more zesty tasting. · wore a three-piece pantsuit in Jim Margheim served as best off-white with peach and blue man| and Don Kpch of Milliken, blouse, and a corsage of peach Allen Herman and Tom Dalton roses and stephanotis. as groomsmen. The guests Special events ' were seated by the can- The bridegroom's parents, dlelighters assisted by Bill Mr. and Mrs. William Paxton, Garrett and Ron Lacen of Loveland. Claude and Mary Funk invite you to a (^) GRAND OPENING of the were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at the Winterset Inn in The wedding was followed by Evans. . a reception at the church, and Friends and relatives honored the bride-elect at two showers before the wedding, including a miscellaneous shower at the Blue Flame Room by the bridegroom's aunts, Mrs. Dick Cantrell, Mrs. Wayne Weber, Mrs. Larry l.ayton and Mrs. Richard Weber, and a personal shower STORYBOOK PLAYHOUSE PRE-SCHOOL 71139th St., Evans SUN., JUNES -- 2 t o 6 p.m. One block south of Jimmie KelHe's on Hwy. 85, three blocks east. 0 on May 17 given by Mrs. Dave Ackerson, Mrs. Don Koch and Miss Peggy Abbott. LAMB GO-ALONG Stuff seeded zucchini halves with a combination of chopped slivered almonds, bread crumbs, egg and raisins. Bake and'serve warm or cold, topped 'with yogurt. Now you can have long beautiful h a i r . . . with the "Angelina Wig." Try being delightfully wild and provocative with today's hottest ' hairstyle, at this lo 1 discount price of only $21.88. Available in natural shades, in easy to care for blend of EluraS and Kanekalon® modacrylic fiber. 2829 t, iflth St,, Gfeeley, Cote By Abigail Van Buren ; 1977 by.TTie Chicago TtiDune-N.Y.NertsSynd.lnc. DEAR ABBY: I am a 24-year-old woman who has had enough.bad experiences with men to fill a book. I've always had a good figure and a pretty face, and! never had any trouble getting dates. The trouble is I want to get married, but none of the guys I've gone with has wanted to marry me. They all want affairs, but not marriage. I have had two abortions and have promised myself that I will not go to bed with another man unless he marries me first. Sex never gave me much pleasure. I just gave in to please the guy. I'm going with a man now who keeps trying to get me into bed, but I'm holding out. He promised that if he gets me pregnant he will marry me. Now I'm wondering if maybe that isn't the way to get him to marry me. I'd really like to marry him. I'm so mixed up I don't know what to do. Can you help me? WANTS MARRIAGE. DEAR WANTS: With regard to the man in your life: His promise to marry you if he gets you pregnant is about as worthless as he is. Stick to your decision. You're beginning to get it together. Don't permit yourself to be used. DEAR ABBY: My husband has been having an affair right in front of my face for more than two years. His "mistress" is a bit out. of the ordinary. It's a set of golf clubs. I married a golf nut. When he's not working or eating, he has an imaginary golf club in his hands, which he continually swings back and forth. His practice area ranges from my parents' home to our bedroom. He has left the house in a rainstorm to go to the driving range to practice! Other than his all-counsuming obsession with golf, he is probably the most perfect husband a woman could imagine. JEALOUS DEAR JEALOUS: I wonder if you know how lucky you are. If you aren't already a golfer, I urge you to develop an interest in the sport. Take lessons from a pro, keep your head down and keep your eye on your husband. DEAR ABBY: Did you know that some people actually can hardly wait to get the newspaper to read the divorce column. I think I will gag if I hear once more, "Oh, did you see in the newspaper that so and so is divorcing her husband?" A piece of news like that seems to make some busybody's day. Abby, is there any good reason for publishing the names of those who have received divorce decrees? Personally, I think it's an invasion of one's privacy. GAGGING DEAR GAGGING: Laws in every slate require the registration of births, deaths, divorces and marriages. This is for both the public's information and protection. In areas where this "public record" is not too extensive, newspapers publish it as a service to their readers. A public record, mandated by law, can hardly be considered an "invasion of privacy." But if you think it is, why not challenge the law? Hate to write letters? Send $1 to Abigail Van Ruren, 132 Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212, for Abby's booklet "How to Write Letters for All Occasions." Please enclose a long, self-addressed, stamped |24{) envelope. By ROSE MARY KOOB Tribune St»ff Writer A native of Norway, where she spent her young life, Mrs. Biaine (Belle) Dorse) 1 is now SO. much younger looking than her age. She lives in Evans and friends and neighbors had three birthday parties for her when she reached the 50-year milestone in March. Born March 21, 1887, at Sturdahltn, Norway, she went through the eighth grade there and was confirmed in the Lutheran failh at age 16. As a young lady she went to the city to work for "real high society people," to use her terminology. She was a sort of lady-in-waiting, and attended the theater, concerts with the "lady of the house." She remained six years and learned much. In 1913, she and her widowed mother decided to come to the United States. They first settled in Dovray, Minn., about 200 miles from the twin cities. Later, they moved to Minneapolis to live with her bachelor brother. While there she attended a party with her brother and met her future husband, Marshall Pengra of Buffalo Gap, S.D. Several months later, they were married and farmed at Buffalo Gap for a number of years. They had two daughters, Lillian and Marian, who rode to school on a pony. After the death of her husband in 1933, Mrs. Pengra and daughters came to. Greeley. Mrs. Pengra "took in" college girls to help defray expenses, and later, became a salad cook for the University of Northern Colorado, a job she held for eight years. The older girl, now Mrs. Lillian Goff, attended business college and is working in a bank in Denver where she has been employed for 18 years. The younger daughter,'now Mrs. Donald Belleaudeau, resides in Eunice, La., but for many years lived in Florida when he was an efficial in the . Armed Services. The couple lived in Brazil three years while he was in the service. She is an official with the telephone company in Eunice. Mrs. Pengra remarried in 1944. She and her husband, Elaine Dorsey, traveled to Florida many times while her daughter lived there, seeing attractions all over the x state. This was not the extent of their travels, for they visited relatives from California to Ohio, spending many weeks en tour. In Ohio, they saw a little town named Eaton. Dorsey claimed the people in Eaton, Colo., came from this town in Ohio originally, thus named the town in Colorado Eaton. However, the town actually was named after the pioneer family bearing the name, Eaton. Dorsey, too, was a farmer and he and Belle farmed west of Eaton for 10 years, retiring to Evans in 1955. But he did not enjoy being idle; so he worked part-time on the Anderson farm, one of the first to be extensively irrigated. There he died April 16,1966. Mrs. Dorsey remains in their home in Evans, is agile and active even to the point of watering her own lawn. Her memory is amazing! She recalls living near the sea in Norway. Many times, she and her friends would pile into a Mrs. Blalne Dorsey--active at 90 (Tribune photo by Rose Mary Koob) boat and row on the sea. One came to America, and used particular time is outstanding them, too. The ponds of Minin her memory. She and five nesota, land of 10,000 lakes, others climbed into a boat and offered somewhat the same she rowed. The weather was atmosphere as the cold Nordic rough and she could not Norway, manage the oars well enough to Mrs. Dorsey, the grand- return to their landing. She mother of four arid great- finally managed to get to shore grandmother of four, flies down about 14 miles from where they to Eunice, La., every year to started. This was in the sum- visit her family. She is planning mertime, in the land of the to board a plane in Denver soon midnight sun, so it was light all for another trip to the south, night long. After resting and Also, her summer will be eating, the six walked the entire occupied with guests coming 14 miles home. from California and from the Hiking, too. was a way of life, east coast, to-spend several The young folks would walk weeks with her. miles" to the summit of a Mrs. Dorsey has a wonderful mountain, then toboggan all the mind and memory, and her way down to the city. Skiing and health is exceptional. She gets skating on the many ponds of around beautifully, enjoys Norway afforded many watching television and pleasant hours of outdoor chatting with her friends and sports. The young lady brought neighbors. People like her have her iceskates along, when she fun at age 90. · . Mrs. Ernie (Mary) Garcia, 37 years old, mother of 2 lost 27 Ibs. in just 6 weeks. You can do it too! Mavron.noivrri.ltoS. Kri. t la 10; II b 5 HwlH ENtp BinUo»r:ti:d For information or appointment Call Lola Matheny New Owner and / . Diet Counselor 351-0491 or 353-4546 1020 28th Ave., Greeley Plaza ' By West Albertson's Also Ft. Collins and Loveland Hear Billy Graham's Associate JUNE 3 thru 12,1977 7:30 Nightly Butier Hancock Field House UNC New Campus -- Parking off 17th Ave., and llth Ave. and 23rd St., Greeley

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