Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 30, 1955 · Page 3
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 3

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, December 30, 1955
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oman s Sidney Deiington, Stiirof-tiftle" : Tlfeatre, Is Engaged to Teacher · Of-wide Interest in' college .circles is'the announcement of the engagemonV'of Mis: .S'lricy Dcr- inslon, ' i.lllc Theatre, the Rock- ies favorjle,.. to Walter (·'.-Munhall Jr., son : o( .Mr. .a'ncl-Mrs. .W. P. lltinhall of Pittsburgh, Pa. The'ro- mance began jn car_pi.s ksl year when Munball was a graduate student and was culminated \v!.^n he came.hc-e.for the Christma., h^.i- days. The couolc has sil June 4 as the wedding date. -' . · . Miss' DcringUm is the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy S. Dtrington, o! J806 Nineteenth avenue, formerly ol Scollshhiff, Neb. She is a senior at Colorado St te'College of Muca- lion, majoring-in dramatics. She will receive .her, degree next-June, just prior to-'tier marriage. Miss Doringtoiuhas hcen in the cast of 18 producti ns\f the-Little Theatre, slarri in tile majority. Her firsl appearance was in the summer theater in 195' -She was gra"'j- ated from Scollsbluff High · schrcl in 1551. Her affiliations on campus include Alpha Psi -Omega, dramatics honorary.'·*She was :chosen for Spur in her st-' re year. Manhall received the bachelor of science degree from Stale Teachers college at California. Pa., and his master's from CSCE last August. He was an industrial arts major.' He now leaches, t h a t subject al Klainalh Falls, Ore., junior high school. J rior to .studying here, .-he served two years in the army.-with overseas duly in Austria. ·'· . , ' . ' . . 'Rebiekafis Enjoy Program'anil Parly - a December 7 , birthdays 'were cele- braledl when--lhe : "0a5is -Rebekah lodge-^met Wednesday evening al the IOOF hall. The occasion also marked the Christmas program Carol Aim Munday played* two Instrumental numbers, Winter.Song and Christmas Candles. Frank'Hoss played the Rhapsody BandjMarrh. Evelyn Moore's solos we're Silent Nighl'and Away in a Manger. Joint installation of Odd'.Fellow and Rebekah officers will be ar. · event.of Jan. 1 10-'at the'lOOF hall. Mrs. -Huby Coburri, nob]? grand, appointed Mrs; Sadie Ifall. Sirs Thelma Kelly and Mrs. Minnie Jloore members of the kilchcn ' committee. The service will begin at $ o'clock and be followed by a social'hour. . M n - a n d Mrs. O. J. Fisher hac .» dejightful'Christmas vacation in Twin!Falls, Idaho with their-son end his wife and their grandchil- dren.and geat grandchildren. The; returned home Tuesday by train TheyVvisited at the homi- of their son,'Howard Fisher, who is be.-t chemisl for the .western 'division of Colorado Milling and Elevator company. Their granddaughter Jean,- and her husband, Joe Fix also five in Twin Falls. They have a daughter, Terry, 4, and a hab. son, rRandy,' 6 weeks old. Bot] families had just moved into bean tiful new homes prior to the Fish ,«rs' .arrival. The Fishers' olhc granddaughter, Joan,, and her hus band,- Hi Jeppson, have resided a Miinich, Germany for the past yea arxl,will..he-.lherc. for another year 'Jepps'pn is serving there with Hi army. The Fishers left Greeiey fo Twin'.Falls Dec. 21. W« giv« "5 H" Crtn Stamp: · i your friendly Rexall Storci-- Gilbtrt-Bishop i n d W e l d o r i d o Drufl»l--Adv. · FOR HEALTH Dr, Schumacher '. Chiropractor 1205 10th Avt. , ' Ph. 38S5 I The Answers To · Your Gardening ; ' Questions By Al Foster Qu,es(itn of (he week: When should grape vines be pruned? Answer Grap^vipes. s h o.u 1 d be pruned: after .the sap stops flowing-in the' autumh 'and before^ it starts' in ' early spring. Many experts recommend late winter as the best pruning time. The' '.'Green Thumb" program on KLZ eabh Saturday at 9:00 a.m. \s sponsored by Colorado Nurierymen Association to Help you .with gardening problems.- HAPPY NEW YEAR W«;Are Closfng Sundayl · Until ;·; In Marchl KROH BROS. NURSERIES fiiVn HWY. £87 v : Ph. «74J ; ' ''· LoVeland/ Colorado Miss Sidney Dering ^ l*et. Photo by Jerry Tim brJdi- many. s Bride-Elect Announcement : was made re- :enlly of the " engagement " of Miss Doris , Burbach, ";above, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete lurtach -ol New Raymer, to George KindvalJ; soii of Mr," and Irs: Oiis Kinds-all of Nrw Rayner.. ./Miss Biirbaeh is a member of. he junior class of^Ncw^Raymer igh'school. Her fiance attendee cw Raymer high and now works p ith his father on their farm. Weddjng plans' are'indefinlte. \Yrapped". bakers' bread may be iH -in -your / in their .orig nal wrappers, but use them afte: wo weeks: Six prescription chemists to serv ou at , our friendly REXAL1 :ores. VSJi"' stamps at-Gilbert ·ishop and .Weldorado ' Drugs.-- ·· · · · :(ites Solemnized Miss r'urgci;' Ai'a Feltc, ('aiig'i- er of Mr." and'Mrs. "r^tf * He, if Jatpn, ai^d Drex;1 A. Brumley, sjn f Mr. and Mrs. James O.'Rrumlcy f Pasco, Wash., formerly of.Greet ey, . wer--- urrlcd . in mat " 'gc Wednesday afternoon at the \Firsl letliodist church"'' GT ' ··/\' f; .^Tho double ring service' was read t3:3Q'*clo- by the R . T..-".:·" T I c D i v i 11. .Complementing /the hristmas .decoration . i n t i e hurch were two bouq'iels of white hrysanl hem urns ar red- carna- "6ns, .Candelabra · were" adorned fith white ribbon, holly- anC '"ber- ies.' · _ - ·' . ·' .- · Miss Shirley Hergcrt and Miss Carla Mae Felle, cou. r! - of chc ride, lighted the candles. ThC:r apers wet- encircled w : th -holly. The bride was given'in marriage y her father. Her ^own was .f ure white antique silk t "da Deigned "Mi a V-portrait '--.lir-c rimmed in Alencon lace and--..3- mbroidcrcd \vilh opal.sccnv se- .uins and pearls. The long, pointed ines from, the lips of the r" -ves o .the peaks of 'the wiJe empire r-aistline "accented the . / ' cnglh skirt. The bride's veil was ingerlip in length. Her blue r - ectheart garter war a ;ift o f " Mrs, : E r i c ' : ehoenhaar,- i ousin. Borrowed and old was a landkerchief ' bclongi-ig lp her nother. H' t ecklace from F. h- cEicni was cut with an intricate deign in mother'of pearl. The bride carried a bouquet of ·ed Sweet' ;art roses, cluster 1 around ,a removable white rose corsage which -asc; *e * ire. ' the center. Mrs. "Melvin Duncan ~o' Cheyenne, cousin of the bride, was iria- ron ' of onor. Bride:- .''-, · were Jiss Joyce : Fiil'" 'siste~ 'of t';i iride, a junk · t V/ind" r ".'3!., and Miss Clara Kri i- a sororolty" s" er'of the bride · l h e * U ' : - 2 r i of Color? !o~ J -'-·-, : - - - - They - wore" ballerina- gowns ol -jstallcUe f -hiored with dceriy cut V .necklines, . .hrec quarter ength" tucked · slee-es and · 'e empire waistlines breakinr into full pleated 's^Xsi Each wore _silver oroca'deislippers and carried aldeep red satin r wedding "ing, covcret with "red · carnations. Their 'hats were-of "gathered tulle ami opales cent sequins!. The . flower gir' was Pamela orbes^hir 1 * "of the groom. Pich ard .Gilpatrick Riverton, Wyb carried the rings. v Al Fike'of Boulder' bcs nian., ; Ushers, were -William Yale of-": Boulder,/ Lieutenant J-ro1i Felte, brolher. o f . the .bride, cur rentiy stationed - i n ; Georgia,- an Owen Thomas of De-yer. - - /the reception vas held in th Wesley, Foundation Fellowship hall Guests were greeted by Mrs..Fellt who wore a mauve rose dress, wit black accessories, and ;he groom.' mother; attired in a turquoise bro "cade- dress and matching acccs- where she spent Chrislmas.wlth her" father, who Is 94 years old.^and her sjster, whti whom .He Uves..^Mrs;' Wilson went by bus, ieaving:here Dec. 21.' She rcturrietl ^ by pline! Mrs. 1 Wilson is^on two .weeks"" ca|ion · from .the':. Social' Security Administration'office. 'She returns ;o-work next-Tuesday. ·-· . " . · . » Mr. And Mrs.*'Fr*d C*rptnt«r, 1128 Eigh'th sired,-' have received ^ cablegram, .stating,".that - t h e i r daughter, Mrs.. Paul Callahai, 'and 'lirec children, arfivnd safely- In Tokyo,' Japan,on'Dec. 20.' Callahan, an inl'erprelcr for ilie'U.S. 1 govern- meht,'has been In Japan for a' year arid a half. .' ·' · ', Mrs. Drexal A. Brumley/ the former Miss Margery M«e Feltt, ories. Their corsages were laven- er orchids. - For going away, the bride hanged to an orange knit s: and lac! accessories. Sh* also wore he white rose corsage from her xmquet. :After a honeymoon, the Brum- eys will make their home in Den- : er where the bri--' 7 -is-working-at 'feusteter's and he is c~ ployed by a, r ^way, as doing extension vork in engineering at the University of Colorado. The bride, a graduate of Greeiey ligh, has a diploma in education ntl a BA'degree in\speech'.t;rapy rom the University of Colorado. She was on the dean's list for recog- nized'scholastic' achievemc ' iler activities included'. Beta Xi chapter of Kappa Delta, Calico and Boots, square dance group, Players club, dnr:alies honor; y, 1 student radio broadcast; CU Days c"omr_iL- lecs, inlramurals, active membership in-the Congo club, Congregational student group,'and usher"for the artists 1 series. Rrumloy was active i n 1 the.stu- dent association and intr'auiurnls while 'on the CU campus. He is a veteran of -the' Korean "war -and a member of the S'ludcn. Veterans' association al Boutdor/ Mrs. Edith Wilson returnee* to her 1-516 Tcnlh'avenue Wednesday night from Albuquerque,-N.:M., watch ' repair -^-CLOCKS REPAIRED ALSO-- .'· ., - ·.' Authorized Railroad r -Watch-.Inspectors ; ., : , /. ; ?b ^:'cL4^^o"V;S*rvice-lYSp Desired K*' /;jr..' "v* ^ GRAYBEAL Jewelry .C^'"'.-; '' Next 1 s t National Bank ' ' · - - · Phone .872 Aiy tf QiirU md Pmls-Or Half Galkn Oirtoa This Price Applies To SHERBETS and All Flavors In The Ice Cream Cas Closed New Year's Day j (Sunciay,T January 1st) All Day OpenMondayfrom9a.rn.tol p.m. At Your Favorite Food Store and at the 0 THOUGHT for tODAY! ' ;. '.. .'··-,'.'.-.-..'. . ·'. Trifles .make..perfection, and perfection'Vs' no trifle. , : -^-Michael .Angelo Best wishes for a HAPPY a n d . PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. ': Greeiey Laundry Dry Gleaning 718 7th St. Friday,; Dec,; 30,: 1^55^ XcREELEY TRIBUNE ^FagV-3? 00 Reward FOR INFORMATION LE^DINO TO J f Hr ; OF^OTEiELEYf^^i-H'iE'S^ HOMES; IF YOU OR ANY OF YOUR FRIENDS KNOW OF SOMEONE fmNKING OF BUYING OR BUILDING A HOME YOU CAN EARN THIS REWARD BY BRINGING THEM OUT TO SEE IT. REWARD! WILL BE PAID ON PURCHASE. SHOWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. C A L L^ 3477^W FOR SHOWING/ . " · " . ; ;-KpU8E ; ; ; .' ^.^l-'.-^ ?,4-ft. LIvlng-DfnIng Roomj.ffrtpl'ace 36-ft. Recreation ind 1 LIVTng 'Rooitij Fireplace.' " ·" - \ '··.'·kS''- ·'· ".'. Large'W«atern;,Cedir''Ceit«r"HJlj " *nd WaretrobeJ'Corkiipn'ei'floor; '' large'' bedroomi, 1 -built-in"!;-.ward- 2 Sundeciti^off dn'g. rm. and'M*»ter 'Bedroom . · ' · . - " ,- · . ' : ' 9 Thermopane Picture',WlnVows '. Birch Kitchen, Kitchen Aid; D!«h- waiher, 2 Slnki, Calclhator, Rop^ · er Ranye.'11 ft.:Kelv1nator, Hamilton Gai Dryer;.Whirlpool .Waih- er, Bfndlx 1roner,'6pHonali t "" ·· Photo Laboratory . V- - :- \\\·' : '- ·· Root Cellar,.garden tool/gartfge, 2 car attached garage - · Beautjfully-latid4cjt'ped.-1/) acre.on. '·" Tldge, with , unobitructlble- view, ' of E«te« i Parkj -'Longs Peak,' : Platte Valfey/ ··:':';.·' "V'-V.'··:-..[{.'' 4 Terraces-- Flagstone, brick, srau' .''.with stone-walls and large, rock; ;'and flower'garden. '.*?·*·'·'_' ·,,'· -'." ," 27 ^Evergreen; trees, 7; ; .Pfitiers,. ! . -,-other.'sKniibs.- - '^ : ','.' ' r -.' ;;' 7 Fruit trees; apple, plum/ apricot," . peach. - . " - '. · - , - . " , - . . ' . ' · 23 shade trees: Walnut, 'Hackber-J -ry, Maple,- Oak,.Hawthorne, torn- " - bar'dy, etci , . ,.- m . /· . -.; . i ! 3 CurrantSj 2 Gooseberry buihea; · · Stra'wberrlei, raspberrTes^'aipar*-'(\ gus, l|lacs._. r ' ._; . : · - · " · _ - _ ' , Irrigation water. . ' r ' \ ' ' "' ' ' . ' - . - , Beautiful. lawn:-.surroundi housed*Half-acre In alfalfa and paiturs; ] p e n 'for Llvestcck. . . ' · · · - . . i Compare'the feature* of. thi* home with any in Greeiey priced at $i6,OOO or more than,thi* house can be purchaced for. Additional savihg* possible if purchase arrangements begin before January.' ' .:·. v ' v V " " . ; - . '- '· ' · · ' · · · · PRICE-SMASHING SKOI Thousands of Pa5rs of ;Brand-Name Footwear' Slashed to the Bonel ; .V Values 1 to ; 16.95 , , .vya\ues : to;i9'.95 : : Latemt FaW and ' Winter Style* 345 Pairs ' ··^:--.iv'-'; ; V :; 'Tallies : lo 10.95 ^;:V;aruea (6:12.95 Thli "proa*uct"ha« no 'connection whaUver-wlth .-,.':--'·/ .-· The. American 1 National Red.Crbn . ' f . ' ' · · _ '.:,',:.; · · " " ' ' v '^f w AA^A-b · 4-10; Women's Sports and Flats -values;$#^$3.88, C1 ·:· ' : i l / r* 14 ·"· Suede . .·'Galf -AAA lo'.C, :; /;. - J .i-^CK Qfl , Superb, Craft values to ».?5 f -^-^^-- r ^-^-fy-^U Entire Stock Vl^:^ :1yO Slashed-Save 74 t /2 DRESSY i^LATS Values to.5.95 : ----^-- i - 2.90 MEN'S AND BOYS' PEPARTMENT: 150 Pairs Men's F L O R S H E I M Values to- $21.95 80 Sizes A (o E, 6-12. 125 Pairs of · SHOES BROWN,?BLACK, MAHOCANY . , ; '.. Values'to'512.95' 90 Sizes 6U2 A-D Boys' Parker and Peters School Oxfords Children's Engineer Boots Reg. to $7.05 Sizes *J QA zy, to e. **t.yU · Sizes S'/i to 3. $4.90 CHILDREN'S DEPT.= --= Save . ' : ISO.Pairs Values to $5.95 Weather-Bird ! 4 ·to Vz SHOES TO* BOYS AND OI«LS '·Children Expertly ·Fitted TiiHi« Troilers; O School OxfoNt : No Exchanges Yoiir" ' · .Charge- .-.;- Account ' · ' - ; · ' ;· - .,- Invited" ·''(· ' .fJie' Family"'. No Refiuls Greeiey;

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