Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 27, 1970 · Page 17
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 27, 1970
Page 17
Start Free Trial

Page 18 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed., May 27, 1970 Mrs. Daniel Mark Winograd Jennifer Ann Singer Wed To Daniel M. Winograd Baskets of mums, roses and : - daisies in shades of green and! yellow set the scene for the ·marriage of Miss Jennifer Ann; Singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Singer of Denver, and.Daniel Mark Winograd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Winograd, 2020 21st St., Sunday noon, May 24, at the Hebrew Educational Alliance in Denver. Approximately 60 guests attended the double ring rites at which Rabbi Manuel Laderman and Cantor Jeno Freidman offi- wore a short dress of mint green silk linen with long flared sleeves of white galloon lace. The square neckline was accented with white daisy ap- pliques. She wore flowers hi her hair in addition to carrying a bouquet of yellow flowers. Ed Winograd, brother of the bridegroom, was the best man. and Steve Winograd and Brenf Singer were the ushers. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony. Special guests were Mr. anc Mrs. Abe Winograd of Denver ciated. John Whiteside at the grandparents of the bridegroom, piano provided appropriate Reports Given During Meeting Of Church Women United Forum A number of reports were given during the Church Women United Forum Friday, May 22, at the First United Presbyterian Ihurch. Mrs. Le Triplett, centennial representative for the group, announced the combined baccalaureate service for all area ligh school seniors, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 31, in the Garden Theater of the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Lambert Dolphin will give the address. Interested persons are asked to sing In the choir for the vesper services in the theater during June, July and August. Rehearsal will be held in room 256 of Frasier Hall at 6 p.m., just prior to the services. Bill Howe of John Evans Junior High School will direct the choir in June, John Taylor of UNO will serve as director in July, and Dr. Richard Simon of Greeley West High School is scheduled to direct the choir during August. The Centennial Committee would like a woman from each church to assist with the centennial celebrations, and those interested in doing so are asked to telephone Mrs. Triplett at 352-7426. Mrs. Triplett may also be contacted for information concerning the Living Room Dialogue groups which will resume in September. These groups share their own religious beliefs and teachings in an atmosphere of fellowship and understanding. Mrs. Leland Lang reported that offerings from the May Fellowship celebration would be used for a Salvation Army and 4-II campership, and for the purchase of blue jeans for the Teenage Fashion Fair, Aug. 2428 at the First United Methodist Church. All sizes of clothing are leeded for the fair and may taken to the Greeley In- ormation and Referral Agency ffice at 810 18th Ave., mornings, or to Mrs. Winford ·rlasscox at 1804 22nd Ave. The air is designed to aid disad- /antaged teenage girls. Devotional services which lave been held at the Weld County Nursing Home by CWU will be incorporated into the egular nursing home schedules f the Greeley Ministerial Association. Transportation to dentists and loctors for children attending School will be needed during the nonth of July. Those able to lelp should contact Mrs. llasscox at 353-2283. CWU was informed of the y Weld County citizens to irovide help for adolescents; and just prior to the closing keep the if the meeting, it was announced that "How the Wordi Gets Around" is the theme for world mission conference at Estes Park, June 29-July 3. and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Winograd of Cambridge, Mass. The bride will be graduated selections of classical works. The bride was given marriage by her father. For herlfrom the University of Colorado wedding she selected a gown'on May 27, and later will attend of silk organza with an empire g r a d u a t e school at the bodice of embroidered lace, designed with a high neckline and puffed sleeves with wide lace bands. Her veil of layered silk illusion net was held in place by a flat organza bow combined with lace. The maid of honor, Miss Judy University of Chicago. Winograd will be graduated from Colorado College on June 1, 1970, and will attend University of Chicago Law School. On the CC campus he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. The couple will be at home Judd, cousin of the bridegroom,!in Chicago after June 15.^ STOLL'S MARKET North llth Ave., Greeley WIENERS S 9 m a n i Payday 2 Fireside, MARSHMALLOWS 1 ,,,. Pk , POTATO CHIPS ^-r, PORK'N'BEANS Van Camp's 2l/ 2 can Kuners, Whole Kernel and Cream Style, 303 can .... TOMATOES PEAS GREEN BEANS 303 can Kuners, Tender Garden 303 can , bs $1.19 19c 39c 4 tor $1 5 for $1 5 for $1 5 for $1 6 for $1 PRODUCE WATERMELONS ^ _ _ , b . 8c ORANGES sunkut, 4 ib 59c POTATOES 20 C '11,19 ONIONS yeTJw 5, ba 25c ALL BEDDING PLANTS AND LARGE GERANIUMS 59c POTTED ROSES IN BLOOM $1.98 OPEN FOR PLANTS 9 TO 6 SATURDAY Virginia Boy Is Soroptimist Award Winner An 18-year-old boy from Alexandria, Va., who believes that "Youth will be the ones to improve world affairs," wa: named top winner in the 1970 Youth Citizenship Program sponcered by the Soroptimist Federation of the Americas. Richard Oliver, who won the finalist award of $2,500, was one of 16 regional winners chosen from more than 18,000 competing, high school seniors in ihe United States, Canada, Mexico and Central America. The annual program is sponsored by almost 900 Soroptimist Clubs in the Americas lo encourage and recognize early responsibility towards family, school and community. The Rocky Mountain Region, which includes Colorado, was represented by Jim McDowell, Greeley Central High School senior, as regional winner. Jim was sponsored by the Sorop- timist. Club of Greeley. and received an award of $1,000. The Soroplimist Federation is the world's largest service organization of executive anc professional women and each year awards $18,500 in its young people program. The program has been awarded the Freedoms Foundation George Washington Medal seven times. Judges in the national com petition were The Hon. Margaret Chase Smith, U.S. Senator from Maine; Miss Adela Rogers St. John, well-known author anc lecturer: Miss Barbara Walters television personality: The Hon Thornton G. Berry, Jr.; chie justice of the supreme court o West Vergina; and Arnold Edinborough, publisher, writer and television commentator Toronto, Ontario. Keep the skirt of a slipcovei from showing soil by covering it with decorative braid or wide fringe in a dark color. The "sandbox time" is just around the corner so thought your readers might be interested in this bit of advice: If you are concerned about the sandbox lulling the grass to your yard, making those ugly yellow spots, or if you have the problem of the children getting too much stin, then this is for Crossroads Home being planned tached. fr ront By HiLOISI CRUSl All correspondence pertaining t* Id* H»Ws» column should b* maiW dlrtctly t« tMoiw, King Features Syndicate, 235 E. 4Sth Jfr«tt, New York, New York 10017. Dear Heloise: you Have you ever thought of putting your sandbox up on wheels? Most sandboxes are set up off the ground on feet. Drill one large hole in each of these four "feet" in order that metal he East Memorial Migrant dowel rods can be run through the holes. These rods should extend enough on each side so t h a t small rubber tires (discarded children's wagon tires are ideal) may be at- Put two thick nuts between each tire and the sandbox to tires from rubbing against the box. Then drop pins through holes in the ends of the rods to keep the tires from working off. Now attach a plastic rope ( (C) 1967 by Chicago Trlbune-N.Y. Newi Synd.) By Abigail Van Burtn DEAR ABBY: Recently a friend of mine had an operation, and shortly before she was taken to the operating room I called her on the telephone and read a little prayer to her. She thanked me for calling and hung up. The next thing I knew, I got a call from her husband, telling me in no uncertain terms that I shouldn't have done that as I had upset his wife, but plenty. Abby, I had an operaion a few years ago myself, and before my surgery, my doctor came in and asked me to say a little prayer with him, and it made me feel better. Please tell me if 1 made a mistake. MEANT WELL DEAR MEANT: Even tho you "meant well," if it upset your friend, you made a mistake. (P. S. 1 believe in prayer, but if my surgeon came in an asked me to "pray" with him, I don't know whether I'd pray doubly hard or find another surgeon.) DEAR ABBY: You told Long Beach Wife to quit nagging her husband about not wearing his wedding band, and my husband pointed out your answer victoriously. However, our problem is slightly different. My husband wears his wedding band only when it suits him. For instance, he takes it off and leaves it home when he lias class (he's still in college), or if he's going to have a "night out" with the boys. I'm not saying he is up to anything, but it sure looks suspicious. I would rather he didn't wear his ring at all than lo have him pick it up and put it down like a yo yo. To me, a wedding band is not just a piece of jewelry, it's a symbol of a commitment. This part-lime wedding band business is driving us apart. How do you feel about it? FULL-TIME WIFE DEAR FULL: Either your husband is intentionally trying to make you jealous, or he needs to take a course in elementary psychology. DEAR ABBY: My son will he married soon and he and his bride-to-be have decided that an evening sit-down dinner reception for 200 guests should not include small children. I want very much to have my three grandchildren present at the wedding and reception. They are 6, 4, and 3 years old. 1 am sure it would be a wonderful memory for them. Doesn't a parent of the bride or groom have a say In this matter? Who is the final authority? GRANDFATHER DEAR GRANDFATHER: The final "authority" is the bridal couple. Don't press it. To attempt to make "exceptions" of your grandchildren would be unfair. And unwise. DEAR ABBY: My husband wears a hearing aid, and when we're at a cocktail party he turns off his hearing aid and goes to sit in a corner. Many people Ihink he's anti-social or snobbish, but it's not true. He says that when some folks (especially women) get a few drinks in them, they tend to laugh and shriek extra loud, and the sound, when amplified thru his hearing aid. feels like a "knife" in his ear. Abhy, you would be doing people who wear hearing aids a big favor if you asked your readers to be a little more considerate. SAN DIEGO What's your problem? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. Write to ABBY, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90069. For a personal reply enclose stamped addressed envelope. Bless Bess! Everyone's got their own wheels today -- even the sandbox set! Heloise Dear Heloise: I am a young mother who loves to take snapshots for sentimental reasons. Here is how I keep my camera and photos organized: I keep a small camera, a supply of films, bulbs and instructions in a lunch kit (the spensive plastic type with a zipper opening and a shoulder strap). This is easy to carry and I never have to hunt for film, flashcubes, etc. when want to take a picture. I also keep a scratch pad and pen in the "camera case" so that each time I take a picture I can note the date and subject next to the number of the picture. Then when my pictures are developed all I have to do is arrange the photos according to the consecutively numbered negatives. This is so easy and quick and I never have to guess when a picture was taken and who the subject was when I write the back of the picture. Annette Zuernemann one end and even the "little ones" will be able to push and pull a hundred pounds of sand all over the yard. Bette Greeley Woman's Club Chorus Ends Season With Luncheon The Greeley Woman's Club Chorus which has given performances for nursing homes, various church groups throughout the past several months, concluded their current season with a covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. Marion Ruyle, 140815th Ave., on May 19. At the luncheon they enjoyed a playback of a stereo tape recording of a concert presented on April 26 when they were joined by the Greeley Elks Club Chorus in "A Musical Tribute to Greeley's Centennial.'" No more performances or rehearsals are scheduled by the chorus until September. Activities of the chorus this season included short programs at the five Greeley nursing homes, as well as the spring luncheon of the American Bap- Mother-Daughter banquet; Fellowship Day for Church Women United; Greeley Women's Club, Junior Woman's Club, Excelsis club of CFWC, and the Colorado State Convention of Federated Herman Carlson, ruxvoort, John C. George Fox, Bessie C. Horton, Frank W. Peterson, C. H. Rugger, Marion Ruyle and A. C. Stoneman, first sopranos; Mmes. Reuben Ehrlich, Ralph Green; T. L. Harrison, Norval Hinds, Andrew J. Hop, R. W. Lawrence and A. L. Williamson; second sopranos; And Mmes. E. L. Brown, Glenn Chick, Carroll Forbes, Marvin George, H. H. Harris, William M. Heilman, W. D. Patterson, Paul Stuart and Delbert Wertz, altos. Selections included on programs given by the group include s patriot medley of "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" "America the Beautiful," "Pledge to the Flag" by Malotte, and "This Is My Country." A medley of songs of long ago, included "Long Long Ago," "Love's Old Sweet Song," and "In the Gloaming." Mariners Slate Guest Speaker Dr. Lyman B. Graybeal, professor emeritus of the Univer- Ust"Women's"sodety,"and their sity of Northern Colorado, will Kr n ii,_» r\ n .._ui..._ i 4.. TS-» priori/- nn "Vnnlh fin r^nnrmiQ" speak on "Youth On Campus" during the 6:30 p.m. meeting June 1 of the Mariners Club of the First Presbyterian Church. Dr. Graybeal has visited many university campuses where dem- Women's Clubs; and First onstrations have occurred, and United Presbyterian Women's has followed the campus scene Association luncheon. Members of the chorus include Mmes. Clifford A. Baker, closely for the past several years. He has talked with many of the youth leaders of these demonstrations. Coxswains for Galley Crew No. 4 are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Berett. Their crew will include the Clint Jurgensons, Coid Taylors, Gene Fredericks, Mike Rogers, Chet Sorensens, Mervil Millers and the William Harrisons. The program will be held in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Dear Heloise: When I need more skirt; langers I use those plastic tabs found on some luaves of bread and other bakery products. Take any ordinary hanger andi .wo of those little plastic tabs -- twist the tabs on the skirt and hanger at the waistline, thus securing the skirt to the langer. It will hang real nice and neat and will not fall off. Mrs. Jack Dowler Dear Heloise: We live in an apartment and lave a rather small balcony. It will hold two lawn chairs and a patio table nineteen inches in diameter. 1 was never able to keep a tablecloth on the table until I discovered this little trick. I took a regular-sized balh :owel (they make so many pretty ones) and cut it in half, ·ounded the corners, and sewed elastic all around the two nieces. Now I have two of the cutest tableclothes for my patio table and it took me all of ten minutes :o make them. They are very absorbent. I just throw them in the wash with the other towels and don't even have to iron them. Carol Cleary Dear Heloise: My husband likes mustard on his sandwiches. I like catsup he likes onions and relish -- I like pickles and olives -and so the story goes. So on fishing trips or picnics, I wrap all the sandwiches in aluminum foil. Mine with the shiny side out. His with the dull side out. Tliis eliminates opening and peeking to see who gets what! Laura Roof CO. Ladles Sportswear NEW HANDBAGS ARRIVING DAILY From: Wide Selection Of Sixes Cr Colors .Copyright, 1970, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Trim Fiber Glass When trimming fiber glass curtains, use washable trim and always pre-shrink the trim before applying it to fabric. Holiday Special Group of Summer Sportswear -- in -1 colors. Proportioned Pants, Shorts, Skirls. ;iml Tops. Large Selection. Off 824 9th St. Open Friday Nights [Retiring Teacher jls Honored Ly Jackson Board Mrs. Gladys M. Ball, retiring! fifth grade teacher at Jacksonji School, was honored hy theJ!; iboard of managers of the Jack-jj I son Parent-Teacher Council at',! a coffee Wednesday morning, May 20. Mrs. Ball has (aught art at the school since 19,i8. She was presented a plaque by Mrs. Ross De Bey, and also received a gold charm. The plaque will be placed on a show case located al Ihe school's entree. The morning coffee marked, Ihe close of Ihe school year, and I William Ericson, principal.! thanked officers and parents for| i h a v i n g made the year a success- !ful nne. | New officers for the 1970-71 jSchool year are Mr. and Mrs. I Mark Hinze, president: Mr. and ·Mrs. Hubert Rusch. first .president; William Ericson, sec-,;. :ond vice president; Mr. ar.dllj :Mrs. Dale Rowe, secretary; MrJjj 'and Mrs. Gene Heftinger. trcas- ',· : urcr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ernestj!, hislorian. ]i. IN SPORT CLOTHES THAT ARE PROFESSIONALLY DRY CLEANED 812 11th St. 352-5062 j VACATION SALE SANDALS Reg. to $10 $190 3 2 Pairs 7.00 Sneakers Reds, Navys, Light Blues, and Whites Pair 2 · Fashion Corner Eighth and Eighth

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free