Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1962 · Page 17
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McCrory Home Scene [At Hospital Or Employes Party ' r ,\Ved.. DM. 19, 1962 GREELEY TRIBIAE Page 17 I Dismissed from Weld County: Bounty AH Parrot* Annual Christmas party of the| Ge aeral Hospital Tuesday. Dec! ^ ° ° °" First Industrial Bank for its em- ig : Bruce Hall. Eckley; Eunice! Wellington -- New I Nonwhites in CitMt WASHINGTON - Mow ttai M pjoyes was given at the home Fierson. La Salle; Mrs. Eugene,sheep farmers'pav a bount} wiper cent of the nonwhite popula- oi Mr. and Mrs. Fred ..IcCrory. Brauer. 1024 22nd Ave. C;.: Mrs. [killers of the mountain pa-Tut.lticn in the United States lives in IN A DOUBLE WEDDING Sunday at the First Congregational Church Miss Phyllis Stuti became the bride of Richard Podt- burg, left, and his sister, Miss Ruth Podtburg, wai married to 300 Attend Double Wedding at First Congregational Church Myron Horst. The two couples are pictured following the ring nuptials. Photo by Photo Arts. The first double wedding in Greeley in many seasons took place Sunday at the First Congregational Church with 300 guests attending. Principals were Miss Phyllis Slutz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Stulz o! 2121 7th St. Road, who was married to Hichard Podtburg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pudtburg of 423 35th Ave., and his sister, Miss Hulh Podt- burR. who became the bride of Myron Hurst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hor.it of southeast of Loveland. The Itev. Frederick W. llyslop officiated at the 3 o'clock nuptials, wuffant skirts. The molded bod- ces had scoop necklines and ong tapered sleeves. Their finger ip veils of silk illusion were c«ught by caps of roses and pearl- zed leaves. They carried match mi bouquets of white chrysan themums. Graduates of Greeley High School in 1902, the brides became close friends during their senior ear. Th* matrons of honor and the ridesmaids in both bridal parties were dressed alike and carriec identical bouquets. Miss Slutz's attendants were icr sisters: Mrs. Ronald Ncff. ma in marriage. Single ring vows were exchanged before the candle- lighted altar, decorated with arrangements of white chrysanthemums. Cheryl Brown was organist. Ju dy Foy sang "Wedding Prayer." Candlelightws were Susan Brown and Kathy Podtburg, nieces of Miss Podlburg. both couples were Patty Brown of Casper. Wyo., niece of Miss Podtburp, and Tommy Bach nephew of Miss Siutz. The brides were altircd alike in floor length princess style gowns of peau de taffeta with parents of the brides giving them Iron of honor, and Mrs. Tom Bach and Mrs. Robert Brown, brides maids. Miss Podtburg's attendants were. Mrs. Robert Brown of Cas- |er, Wyo.. her sister, matron o honor, and Miss Paulette Baker and Miss Pat Podlburg o' Adams Neb., her cousin, bridesmaids. The attendants wore dark green satin dresses with bell skirts matching pillboxes and shoes am Flower gir! and ring bearer for | ong whitc g | om . T(, eu - bouquets were of white mums. Podtburg's best man was hi: brother, Virgil, and his grooms men were Gary Schnorr and Rob crt Schultz. Horst's best man was Robert McCarthy of Johnstown and hi roonumen were Bill Hood and im Schultz. Ushers were Russell Schmidt, sieve Ackerson, cousin of Podt- wrg, and Harlan and Dennis lorst, brother and cousin, respec- ively of the other bridegroom. After the double wedding a reception was held in Fellowship ^," lall of the church honoring the wo couples. There were many [uesls among the 300 from Wyoming and Nebraska. For going away Podtburg's ride wore a navy suit, white gloves and black shoes and bag. rlorst's bride donned a powder lue sheath with white and navy Dlue accessories. Both had white orchid corsages. After short honeymoon trips the two couples are at home here The Podtburgs are residing at 1M« 17th Ave. and the Horsts » 223S 10th Ave. Court. The former Miss SluU is em ployed as 0 sales clerk at Fashion Bar. Her husband, a 1959 gradu ate of Greeley High School, i. now testing for the Dairy Hen Improvement Association. The former Miss Podtburg is employed by the Greeley Tribune in the mail circulation depart men). Her husband Is 8 1961 grad uate of Johnstown High Schoo and is employed by the Seven-U; Bottling Company. Choltra Shot Needed CANBERRA -- Tourists enter ing Australia from West New Guinea, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and Indonesia now mus have proof of cholera shots. s. Vaughn Hostess To Carnation Club Mrs. Tony Vaughn opened he mme to (lie Carnation Garde Club last week. The group ex changed gifts around the decora Christmas tree. Mrs. Gael Spoelstra presidei loll call was answered by show ng a Christmas decoration mat or the holiday season. Eac member explained how the orn; ment was made, Bird chairman asked for su [estions to control starlings, save food for other birds. A lelt Tom the Federation was read regard to the state garden sho to be held in April at Denver. Next meeting will be at t! wme of Mrs. J B. Sales of 1421 10th St. The program will be o birds with each member showii how to make bird feeders. 1S31 14tb St. Road, Friday eve-;Ueonesio Compos. 1214 10th Stjwhich attacks sheep mng. lowiitg a turkey uuii«r!,.i«i^ mi n»c.; i^aviu omuii, ivu ^ its. which had been placed un- 31si Ave.: David Lfe Klein, E:tes'S ~r the Christmas tree, were dis- Park; William Jones. Graver: Ar-'jj ibuted by Mary Wynn Watson.jlhur Dimmitt. 415 10th St.: Mrs.-Jj and her brother, Mike Watson, Paul Widman. Rt. 2; Mrs. \Vil- ;« They are the great granduhil- en of the McCrorys and the andchildren of Mr. and Mrs. nenry uaies, uenoa; .Mrs. K.\ n artin G. Field, who were also Carl Bucklen. 214 21st Ave.; Mrs.''* :or near cities of 50.UOO or more. ham Jennings. so5 loth Ave ; | Children's Shop-Hillside C«nt«r Mrs. Agnes Bashor. La Salle:!* g Henry Bates, Genoa; Mrs. R.jS Headquarters (or the nicest Christmas gifts for ft boys and girls. We carry a complete size range ---.TM v. * «.iu, n i i u n v » i _ ui^u ·*-*-·! ^u-,n.«_ti. ..i-. »,jji f i « t . , .ma. |u i/vj* 9 atiu ^11 u. »? c v a i l * a VUllIJHclc oli esent. Mrs. McCrory is execu- Gerald Hoff. 623 19th Ave.: Judy S f r o m infants to age 14. Free gift wraps, ve vice president of the bank Markley. 1219 13th Ave.; Mrs. M- .J j. and Field is vice president. [Anna Anderson, Weld Co. Nursing Highlight of the party was the ' presentation of the annual bonus hecks by Field. Employes present were: Helen Jndeen, Luella Close, Beverly rown, Alice Moody, Lorraine IcHatton. Velma Beauchamp, 3etty Wertz. Edith Garbsr, Doro- iy Wilcox, Kenneth Carlson, Don tewart, Harold Morehead and ay Phelps. Husbands and wives of the em- loyes present were: Ralph Lineen. Paul Close, Bob Brown, Larry Moody, Dick McHatton, on Beauchamp, Marvin Wertz. ". 0. Garber, Mmes. Carlson, tewart and Morehead. Mrs. Wilcox's guest was Folke Johnson LEOPOLDVILLE - American soap is much in demand in the Congo. RAM1RKZ In memory of Mrs. Cleophae Ramirez who passed away ten years ago, December 20. God must have started a beautiful Rarden For he chose only the best. He picked a rare beautiful flower when he called our Mother to rest. I often look at her picture. She is smiling and seems to bay. "Don't grieve, dear family, I am only Bleeping: 'We will meet again someday." Sadly missed by her family, Emma. Margaret Trujillo," Hose, John, and Joe Vigil MAGIC (M?TENTl Gleaming patent provides a dramatic accent to your holiday ensemble. Choose the color that will complement your nicest costumes! High or mid-heel. 9°°J5 00 Open Every Night Til Chriitmai ^**\ Fashion Corner Eighth end Eighth You've never Stork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hideman of 2114 10th Ave., a daughter on Tuesday. Dec. 18. at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry E Anderson of 2315 24th St. Rd.. son on Tuesday, Dec. 18, at Wei County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Adler of Windsor a son on Tues day. Dec. 18. at Weld County Gen eral Hospital. Indonesia plans credit controls Give the gift that gives a choice . . . SHORE'S FABRIC SHOP "The Shop For Women Who Like To Sew" Take your pick of America's Most Wanted Appliances We'll keep your secret and deliver the day you say. Budget-priced FRIGIDAIRE Dryer even "thinks" tor itself! · Automatic Dry control measures moisture-shuts off when clothes are just-right dry. (Or set drying time yourself!) · Only Frigidaire has Flowing Heat- dries breeze-fresh! · No-stoop lint screen on the door! · 5-position Fabrics selector automatically provides right heat for every fabric. Insist on Frigidaire Dependability! Model DD 63, electric, 4 colors or white. easy terms FRIGIDAIRE FLOWING HEAT DRYER OPEN EACH EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS Weld County Garage APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT 810 10th Street 352-1313

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