Page 16 GREBLEY TRIBUNE Thurs., May 28, 1970 Cowbelles Show Antiques Here Members of the Weld County Cowbelles Association will have many of their antiques on display ta the window of the Home .: Fringt Bermfiti Sew several strips of ball fringe together before applying to curtains. Gives them a lush look! Light and Power Co., 810 9th St., next month. The antiques, which will be displayed with a Centennial theme in mind, may be viewed by the public from June 12-19. Choose young tender leaves when you are adding spinach to a tossed green salad. WIG SALE WAY 26 -- JUNE 6 HIGHLAND HILLS BEAUTY ACADEMY 531G W. 20th St. 353-4045 Elaine Dillard Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Herschel W. Dillard of Galelon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine Elizabeth to Ted Jon Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Carter of Eaton. Miss Dillard, a 1969 graduate of Eaton High School, is presently enrolled in a two-year vocational secretarial training course at Colorado State University. C a r t e r , who was also graduated from EHS in 1969, is majoring in architectural engineering at the University of Colorado. | The couple has made noj definite wedding plans. Mrs. Johnson To Be Installed Senior Regent Mrs. Jake Johnson will be installed senior regent of Women of the Moose in ceremonies June 27. Chosen to serve with Mrs. Johnson during the election May 20 were Mrs. John Hamilton, junior graduate regent; Mrs. Wayne Norman, junior regent; Mrs. Jake Dietz, chaplain, Mrs. Emanuel Grosskopf, recorder , and Mrs. Fritz Niebuhr, treasurer. Balloting was held for one candidate during the business meeting which followed the election. Charter members will receive special honors at an annual payers dinner to be held at the Moose Lodge at 1 p.m. June 6. Reservations should be made by telephoning Mrs. Grosskopf at 353-4293. Mrs. Guy Foster will preside at the piano for dancing following the dinner. The Mmes. Stan Naffziger, Bill Russell, Lydia Stroh, Rinnie Rommel and Guy Foster, new Academy of Friendship members, will receive the golden ring award during the chapter night meeting June 3 at the lodge. When there's a frankfurter leftover, slice and add to hot! canned pea soup. Pay-Le$$ SHOES SANDALS fur Men ant Big Boys CHILDREN'S CANVAS CANVAS CASUALS OXFORDS Karen Koehler Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Wayne W Mrs. Ronald G. Wambolt Carla Jean Winder Wed To Ronald G. Wambolt Three bouquets of yellow | Miss Janet Sitzman wore a carnations placed white lighted around two c a n d l e s decorated the chancel of Bethel Lutheran Church in Windsor for floor-length empire gown o: green rose lace with white core trim at the waistline, and cap sleeves. Her short white net vel the Saturday May 23 double!was held by a bow of green ring ceremony which united in'love lace and white cord trim marriage Miss Carla Jean' lo match her gown. Her corsage Winder, daughter of Mr. and!was of yellow carnations anc Mrs. Carl Winder Jr. of north-;roses and white slippers anc east of Windsor, and Ronald G. short white gloves completec Wambolt, son of Mr. and Mrs.!her outfit. Dave Wambolt of Windsor. Robert Waves of Greeley The Rev. Craig R. Nydahl served as best man and Conrad p e r f o r m e d the evening Winder, brother of the bride ceremony in the presence of the seated the guests, who attendee immediate families and a few a reception for the couple at close friends. Traditional wed- the home of Mr. and Mrs cling music was played by Mrs.'Harold Weinmeister of Windsor, Ted Lind, organist. 1 immediately following the cere- Given in marriage by her," 10 "}'- Tlle Weinmeisters are Koehler of 1438 16th Ave. Courl. parents, the bride was attired un = le an Â° aunt to tne brlde - .. announce the engagement of 'in a French empire floor-length! , For , a honeymoon to an undis- Ihoir daughter, K a r e n to gown of white chiffon with a| c nscd , '"calion, the bndi William B. Barr. son of Mrs.|diamond mist lop. The full;changed to a two-piece blue sun Gladys Barr and the late Robert I sleeves were fitted at the wristi"' 1 " 1 a wnlte b!ouse and iBruce Barr of Den with cuffs, and her shoulder-:P hi "R accessories. After mat- their I U L U Urtl I 111 L ^ U I H U I . ) Â» i n i v u i i o , unvi u\.i oiluuiut.1 '. ,. . ... Miss Koehler was graduated length veil of illusion was held' hon , e y nloon ' '. he0 c Â° u P le wl " from Greeley Central High by flowers which matched her m a f e a home m Greeley School in 1!)67. Barr is a 1966 gown. She carried a Bible and Tl ! e " c . w . Mrs - . W . ambolt .! vs ? Iqraduale of Denver's South a crescent bouquet of roses and iff du f ud JL om ^ md . sor , H 'S h High School. Both are .juniors; carnations complemented with School m 1968 and pnor to her at the University of Northern Colorado. The couple has planned ajnecklace, a gifl of the bride- greenery. Her jewelry was a gold cross j marriage, had been ! by Lieser's Corner Windsor. Sept. 11 wedding at the First employee Drug In Wambolt has served with the United Methodist Greelev. Church in groom and gold cross earrings Uni(ed Sla , es Army as a cnap . 11 Weld Teachers Have Luncheon employed by Wright and McGil! Rod Co. in Greeley. Pr e-nuptial Shower Mrs. George Lindblad and her Forty-four members of the!(ember, and the second Friday!daughter, Ruth Ann, were Weld County Chapter of Nation-!in December. The noon lunch-1hostesses at a kitchen shower al Retired Teachers Association Icon at each meeling is followed) for the bride on May 3. Twenty- REG.$2.97 CHILDREN'S SANDALS Mahogany in sizs* 10 to 3. REG. $2.97 LADIES' PATENT SANDALS Pay-Le$$ *O25K^^ SHOES SANDALS 1020 l U h Street Across from ETovnt^v;!! SM-v? 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.. Won. thru Sat, Sundays 1 Â· 6 p.m. Open Memorial Day 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. met at the American Legion for by_a program, a spring luncheon. Miss Elhcl Mitchell, program | chairman, introduced Miss Elizabeth Lelir, professor emeritus of Ihe University of Northern j| Colorado Laboratory School, who reviewed the book, "Gen-! crous Years," by Chet Huntley.i Miss Helen Board led the' group singing, and, before each, song was sung, she gave a brief introduction, slating the author and telling of the background experience which led to its composilion. Mrs. George Anderson provided piano accompaniment for "America the Beautiful," "0, Susanna," "Home on Ihe Range," and "Bailie Hymn of the Republic." Retired teachers of the area are invited to visit and''or join the association, which meets the third Friday in May and Sep- Jive friends of the bride were Persons desiring further de-i present for the affair at the tails may contact any member. Lindbiad home I Heard At The Shop By Irvin Martin Dnp tpen-aÂ£pr t o a n o l h p r over s m i r k : "Klllo is n rpiil f r i p n i l -slip's w o r t h hor weight in in- I n t o chips!" 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