Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1977 · Page 14
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14 GREELEVtColo.) TRIBUNE Mon..June 6.1977 Janelle Lee Grinds wed to John Trafford Blake Women's pages St. Malo's Chape! on the gladiolus, carnations. Mar- 2403 Reservoir Road, N'o. Ml. entertained at a surprise 1 C? St. Malo's Chapel on the Rock, norlh of Allenspark on Colorado 7, was the setting for the e.u l ha.'!g(Hif nuptial vows by Miss Janelle Lee Grinds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grinds of South Shore. S.D.. and John Trafford Blake, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. H. Blake of Rockford. III., early Saturday afternoon. June 4. The Rev. Don I,aue performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of approximately 100 guests after the bride was given away by her father. Guitarist Wes Lewis of Loveland sang his original wedding procession "Hand in Hand" as the bridal party entered the chapel, and later sang "For Baby." Mrs. Barbara Crawford sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "0 Perfect Love." Organ music prior to the service was played by Scott Crawford, also "Prelude In C Major" by Bach as the recessional. The chapel's stone altar was graced with twin wrought iron candelabra each holding five yellow tapers, and centered with the bridal candle, a gift of Mrs. Crawford. On either side were arrangements of Debby Musgrave To be wed ·in August The engagement of Debby Musgrave and Ron Smith is being announced by the bride- elect's parents, Barbara Robertson of Portland, Ore., and Charles Musgrave of Chesterton, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of Evans are parents of the bridegroom- elect. Miss Musgrave was graduated from University High School and attended the School of Nursing at Deaconess Hospital in St. Louis, Mo., for three years. She is now employed at Weld County General Hospital. Smith, a graduate of West High School, is employed by Allen Plumbing Co. The wedding is being planned for Aug. 27. gladiolus, carnations. Marguerite daisies, gypsophela and greenery. The candles were lighted by the ushers, Wayne Cade of Denver and Joseph Ferguson of Fresno, Calif. The bride's gown, an original creation by Jean Andre, was a flared princess dress of can- delight silk organza featuring a scalloped vee-neck bordered in candlelight lace with matching applique of lace on the bodice and wide, buttoned cuffs of the full sleeves. The matching hat of silk organza was accented with cut-out appliques of lace and a small bouquet of silk fabric roses that held the bridal veil which fell to elbow length. The bride's jewelry was a diamond lavaliere necklace, a family heirloom belonging to her maternal grandmother, and her bouquet was a colonial arrangement of white Marguerite daisies, stephanotis and gypsophela accented with yellow sweetheart roses and pale yellow miniature carnations. Mrs. James Fosseen of Bloomington. Minn., as matron of honor, wore a long princess gown of flocked Swiss with an underskirt of green satin, and elbow-length cape of flocked Swiss complementing her outfit. The bridesmaids, Susan Behlings of Sioux Falls, S.D., and Mrs. Steve Foote of Eaton, wore matching princess gowns of flocked swiss with yellow satin underskirts. Each carried a fireside basket filled with yellow and white Marguerite daisies and gypsophela. Scott Gunter of Laramie, Wyo., was selected as best man. Groomsmen were Gregory Martin of Rockford, 111., and William Papp of DeKalb, DI. The guests reassembled at the Longs Peak Inn, Estes Park, for the reception at 2:4E p.m. A dance followed with music by the Clay Taylor Orchestra.- For the two-week honeymoon to Las Vegas and California the bride changed to a pink and lavender flowered voile sun-, dress styled by Jean Andre, "and a nosegay corsage of white Marguerite daisies and yellow sweetheart roses, a gift of the bridegroom. ' The bride, a graduate of South Shore High School, and of Nettletoh College, Sioux Falls, S.D., is a member of International Toastmistress Clubs and Soroptimist Club, and is a service representative ~at the Social Security Administration in Greeley. Blake, a graduate of West High School, Rockford, Dl., and Bradley University, Peoria, Dl., and a drummer in the Clay Taylor Orchestra and a freelance photographer, is employed in the advertising department of the Greeley Tribune. The newlyweds. will reside at 2403 Reservoir Road. N'o. Ml. Rehearsal dinner Mr. and Mrs. John G. H. Blake, parents of the bridegroom, hosted a rehearsal dinner at the Holiday Inn, Estes Park. Pre-nuptial events Members of the Evening Belles Toastmistress Club WALDORF SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM Pre-School through Fifth Grade HANDIWORK ARTISTIC ACTIVITIES FIELDTRIPS STORYTELLING GARDENING WOODWORKING MUSIC NATURE CRAFTS WORKSHOPS DAY CARE Available June 13-August 26 Call or slop by for detailed brochure and application form. 2418 19th Avenue 353-6933 After hours phone: entertained at a surprise shower for the bride^lect at the home of Mrs. Bud Bliss. A linen shouer was given by Mrs. Andi Leopoldus and Mrs. Dana Garel. A miscellaneous shower for couples was hosted by Mrs. Barbara Crawford at the Farm Fare Cafeteria. Blanche Dempsey, editor Rose Mary Koob, assistant Rev.and Mrs. Ekblad mark 50th anniversary Mrs. John Trafford Blake The Rev. and Mrs. Folke D. Ekblad of Seattle, Wash., celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at the First Covenant Church in Seattle, June 4. They were married at the First Baptist Church in Greeley on June 8, 1927. Mrs. Ekblad, the former Bemice Larson, was graduated from what is now the University of Northern Colorado. Kev. Ekblad immigrated from Sweden in 1917, and was graduated from Bethel College Seminary in St. Paul, Minn., Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, and the Evangelical Free Church of Chicago. He was a district minister throughout Nebraska, and the couple resided in the midwest until 1943, then went to Seattle. The Rev. Ekblad also was the west coast manager for Di.xon Publishing Co. of Chicago, and has been active in the Gideon Society for 25 years. The Ekblads, have six children, Eugene R. Ekblad of Mercer island, Mrs. Neil E. (Betty Ann! Beasley of Seattle, Mrs. L. Clayton (Marilyn) Tissell of Bellevue,.Mrs. John H. (Dolores) Nordquist of Edmonds, and Mrs. Donald E. (Carolyn) Waldquist of Kirkland and Mrs. George D. (Priscilla) Sherotsky of Redmond, all in Washington. Dr. Don A. Brown speaks to Mariners Dr. Don A. Brown spoke to the Mariners Club on "Christian ·Counseling for Marriage Problems," following the potluck supper at the First United Presbyterian Church. Dr. Brown, an experienced marriage counselor, is a professor of education at the University of Northern Colorado. During the evening two new sailors were welcomed aboard, Gary and Kathy Kloberdanz, who joined the club. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beti To celebrate 25th anniversary at open house in new home Mr. and Mrs. Donald Betz. 3409 W. 7th St., will celebrate their 25th anniversary by holding an open.house at their new home at 2835 16th Ave., Sunday, June 12. Relatives and friends are invited to call from 2-4 p.m. Betty Kindsfather and Donald Betz were married May 24, 1952, the Rev. H. J. Stroh performing the ceremony in St. Paul's Congregational Church in Greeley. He is employed by Garnsey and Wheeler, and she, at Eventide Nursing Home of Greeley. . 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