Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 23, 1973 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, April 23, 1973
Page 14
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14 GREEI.EY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon., April 23,1973 Women's pages Blanche Dempsey, editor; Rose Mary Koob, assistant Deborah Baker, Lauren Felte wed Baskets of white gladiolus and pink carnations and I wo seven-branch c a n d e l a b r a decorated (he First Melhodisl. Church in Eaton for the wedding of Miss Deborah Kay Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orien Baker of Hereford, Tex., and Lauren Felte, son of Henry Felte of Greeley and Mrs. Ruth Felte of Severance, Saturday evening, April 21. The Rev. Henry Hartberg performed the ceremony after Ihe bride was given away by her father. Ed Smillie sang "Oh Promise Me" and "Whither Thou Goest," with Robert D. Asmus, cousin of Ihe bridegroom, as organist. Candlelighters were Nancy Baker, sister of Ihe bride, and her cousin, Joyce Hause. The bride was gowned in nylon organza with empire waist, high collar, sheer leg-o-rnutlon sleeves and full skirl with chapel train trimmed in re-embroidered lace. Her bouffant nylon tulle veil was attached lo a Camelot style cap with pearl crown. In her bouquet she carried while roses with a regal orchid. She wore a sixpence in her slipper. Mrs. Donald De Graff served her sister as maid of honor and bridesmaids included Debra Schlollhauer, Mrs. Ronald Adams and Mardelle Johnson. The bride's attendants were similarly allired in empire gowns of lavender floral prinl with lavender picture hats. They carried nosegays of daisy pom mums, baby's breath and slephanotis lied with matching streamers. Amy Felte, niece of the briddegroom, was Ihe flower girl arid Galen liaker, nephew of'Ihe bride, was the ring bearer. Kenneth Felte was chdsen lo serve his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Derrel Baker, Ronald Felle, Jerry Lahnert and ushers were James Cleek and Jack Ruiz. A reception was held in Ihe fellowship hall immediately following the ceremony. Among the guests were grandmothers of the couple, Mrs. L. Greenwall of Forl Collins, Mrs. Mae Cleek of Eaton and Mrs. Mollie Felte of Windsor. Guests also attended from Rosemounl, Minn., and Hereford, Tex. For traveling on a honeymoon to an undisclosed desti-. nation, the bride chose a white pantsuit with Ihe corsage lifted from her bridal bouquel. The bride was graduated from Windsor High School and has been employed by Slagel Bros. Branding Firm al Hereford, Tex. Felte also was graduated from Windsor High School, is a member of Ihe Greeley Elks Club and is farming at Severance, where the couple will reside. COOKING is FUN Mrs. Lauren Felte gnooming Jto men beauty fox he* GROOMING TALK by Joyce Reyez SPRING IS HERE (Every now and then anyway!) Perhaps you'd like to give your hair a "new look" for summer. How about having it FROSTED. Not only will your hair have a sunny new look but frosting also adds body. Call for an appointment soon and be sure you look your best this summer. "We care for both of you" Corner of 9th Ave. 11th St. above Farm Fare For appointment call 353-5071 By CECILY BROWNSTONE AlMCtited Pros Food Editor JAPANESE SUPPER · Fried Shrimp Rice Cucumber Salad Mandarin Or angeCompoteTea CUCUMBER SALAD 1 large cucumber Mi teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons white wine vinegar 2 tablespoons sugar Pimiento slrips Wilh a swivel-blade vegetable peeler partially pare cucumber so there is a lengthwise striped effect; cut in half lengthwise; with a spoon scoop out and discard seeds. Cut cucumber into Ihin slices; place in a bowl and toss with V'j teaspoon of the salt. Let stand for 30 minules. Meanwhile, mix together the remaining '4 teaspoon sail, vinegar and sugar. Drain cucumber in a strainer, pressing out liquid with a spoon. Mix with vinegar mixture; cover and chill. Drain before serving and garnish with pimiento. Makes 4 servings. Rumor Carpet's OF THE WEEK East Hampton Micro-Mini Shag For The Kitchen, Family Room or Den $044 fj^M Square Yard Reg. $ 12' s Square Yard CARPETING--DRAPES--PAINTS RUMAR CARPETS INC. Your COMPLETE Decorating Center 1221 ath Ave. 353-5031 Mrs. Wiedeman entertains Past Commanders Mr , Juhn Wie^an was and five hostess for ihe April 14 meeling roll call. Several were reported of the Past Commanders Cluh 111, with one member of I h e Disabled American hospitalized. , , h s , Veterans Auxiliary, Chapter 8. Mrs. Wiedeman announced 2430 7th bt. ' M · ii Hnnnpr nrpsided that the state convention would _ Married 50 years Pictured are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hopkins, who were married at Morrison, HI., April 23,1323. They came to.Greeley in 1951 and he was employed by the Greeley Tribune until his retirement in 1970. In celebration of their golden wedding anniversary they will travel to De Kalb, Dl., to visit a daughter, Mrs. Howard Horton. They have three daughters and two sons. (Tribune photo by Rose Mary Koob) DAR hears 2-section program Mrs. Carl Tarns and Mrs. J. H. Kinkade presented" a two- segment program for Ihe April luncheon meeting of Centennial Slate Chapter of Daughters of .the American Revolution al the First United Melhodisl Church in Ealon. Mrs. Ralph Waldo presided as regent, and also gave the invocalion. Mrs. Harlan Strong read the president general's message. Mrs. Tarns, DAR schools chairman, reported on schools supported by Ihe DAR, including a school for boarding students and day studenls al Tamassee, S.C., which has 30 buildings, and Ihe Kate Duncan Smith School at Grant, Ala., a school with an enrollment of 878 sludenls in grades 1-12, which occupies 33 buildings. Every state DAR Society participates in the support of these inslilu- tions. Also included in the report was the school at Cross- riore, N.C., which is partially supported by the DAR, where contributions of "eehts-off"" coupons and trading stamps provided a great amount of| support, and Bacone, an Indian school near Muskogee, Okla., lo which the DAR contributes par- lial support. Mrs. Kinkade's portion of the program centered on Indian youth and Ihe DAR, including pictures and commentary of St. Mary's School for Girls in South Dakota. Officers will be elected al Ihe nexl luncheon, May 15, al Ye Village Inn. A special guesl will be Mrs. Si J. Williams of Denver who will bring a report of the 82nd Continental Congress of DAR which mel lasl week in Washington, D.C. Hostesses for April included Mrs. Arthur L. Andersen Jr., Mrs. Andrew Rylant and Mrs. Murray Giffin. Pin the children's socks together with rustproof safety pins before putting them in Ihe wash. None will get lost. 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