Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 15, 1961 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 15, 1961
Page 15
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Woman Attorney Dies ner home Tuesday. Mrs. Bates LOS ANGKLES (AP) - Mrs *"?* "' " Ulh ° r ErMSl '***" ' land Bales, served as prcsiden Rosalind Goodricli Bates, 67, of the Federation of Internationa ·LUI »uu lcuviulll/ll Ul Iflll'lnallOUa prominent Soullicrn California at- Women Lawyers in 1947. She wa m-ney, was found fatally sliui inborn in Ei Salvador. 5 Days Only Nov. 15,16,17,18, 20 Save $30 on Washer 95 199 Deluxe Automatic . . Big 10-lb. Size NOW 2-speed Action Only 10 Cycles * Save $15 on Matching Dryers Electric Model . . . Only 154.95 Ga* Model . . , Only 194.95 Save 530 on Fringe-area TV ,95 VHP Only 199.95 Only 209.95 23-In. Console 2 5-in. Speakers Slim Mahog. Cab. Was 219.95 189; Blonde Model . Walnut or Maple Save $51 on Freezer-Refrig. Frosdcss Model 13.5 cu. ft. incl. 151-lb. Freezer Now Only 288 00 Save $37 on Vacuum Sweeper With Cnddy Cart |*-f ||P and Attachments O/ »«JD was 104.95 NO MONEY DOWN NO PAYMENTS 'TIL FEBRUARY SEARS Ph. EL 2-2241 · S25 8lh St. Greeley Mr, and Mrs. Chwlit Erfwin Gritu. Photo by Martin. Griess-Altergott Wedding Sunday Xathy Wiedeman, cousin of the bride. They wore two-toned pumpkin satin. slreet-lengtii dresses, with'white gloves,, pill box hats and matching white shoes. Lynn Shaw was flower girl. James Griess, cousin 01 the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Robert Waag served as best man, Wilbert Wiedeman and Ede Heinrc were groomsmen, Ushers .were Melvin Kuss, coiis- of the bridegroom and Ken lies. : Immediately following tho wed ing,-a reoipllon was held in the elhel Prt-ish hall. For going away, lire bride wore gold vool two-piece jacket suit nd cocoa' accessories with an rchid 'corsage. The newlyweds are on a honeymoon trip to California, and be- ore returning to Colorado, they ·ill visit the bride's .brother, -arry'Altergolt iii Pasadena, ami n uncle of the.bridegroom, Henry "uss, in Van Nuys, Calif. They are both graduates of Windsor High School, (lie bride ilh ih« class of 1961 and. the ridegroom with the class of'1954 he brid« was a member of the '-Teens two 'years and was letter irl in her senior year in the ep club. Until recently she was mployed by Shaw Realtors. Griess served four years in the !avy t . and since his . discharge rom military 'duty he has bcci (tending the school of the Na lonal 'Cash Register 'Company al ayton, Ohio: He was transferee ecently to Fort Collins and was ssigned to the company's Denver ffice. They will be at home in Deliver radbury. The latter Is an hoti- Wed., Nov. 15, l!)fil G K E E L E Y TRIBUNE Page 15 en jt. Douthit of Denver and Mr». Edith Wilson of Canon'City, vie* presidents, and Dotothy Cordiny Boulder, secretary. r ." ' " . Directors are .Mrs. Ingbord Tim day re-elected If. Virgil Davis of of Grand Junction. Donald King of Miss Barbara Ann Altergott and Charles Edwin Griess exchanged marriage vows Sunday afternoon at a ceremony in the Bethel Amerlean Lutheran church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Altergott Jr. of. Southeast of Windsor. The parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Griess of 404 Oak St., Windsor. The Rev. Hugo Becker read the marriage rites for the .double ring ceremony, which was witnessed by 300 guests. .Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer, aunt of the bridegroom, was vocalist. She SHOE SALE! All new Fall Patterns in high heels, medium heels and flats. Choose green, mulberry, block, brown . . . all the mos,t popular colors for Fall. Including Del Festino and Grace Walker Shoes. sang. "Because," "The Wedding Piayer" and "The Lord's Prayer. 1 Her accompanist was'Mrs. Rober: Asmus, who also played the wed ding marches. The church edifice was decouat ed with Iwo seve'n-braneh can dclabra ,and two large baskets o Iwo-toned pumpkin colored mums Candles were lighted by Ronny Wiedeman, cousin of the bride and Danny Shaffer, cousin of tb bridegroom. The bride's candle was carried by Dick Griess, broth er of the brldegioom. The bride, who was escorted I the altar by her father, where he a've her in marriage, was'allirec n a gown of brocade fashioned i rincess style; the bateau'neck UK and the long tapered sleeve rere edged in pearls. The bou ant skirt had a chapel trail vhich was caught up into a bustl* converting the gown to floo englh for the reception. The bou ant fingertip veil of silk illusio vas caught to a pill box of lac studded with seed pearls with satin bow in-ihe back. She Carrie a bridal bouquet of while orchk on a. white Bible. Miss Janice Altergolt, sister lie bride, was maid of hono kidesmaids were Dorothy Jo A ergott, sister of the bride, an 179 Pairs High Heels and Mid Heels Values to 9.95 NOW 5i99 77 Pairs Stacked Heels Otter, Black, Red NOW 6i99 11B Pairs Dress Fiats Sport Shoes NOW 3.99 JOHN'C. ROBERTS · CBACE WALKEH QUEEH QUALITY EXTRA SPECIAL 80 PAIRS Men's Dress Shoes Values to 14.95, brown, black, black on brown. Oxfords^ or slipons. John C. Roberts and Kingsway. Now 6.99 Your Family Shoe Store g06 9th St. C Club Will Have Annual Bazaar Friday GTC Club will have its annua lazaar and family dinner Friday at the Blue Flame Room at 8:3 '.m. Each member will bring a covered dish and table scivici or her family and guests. The next meeting of the clul will be at the EHon Bradbury lome at 1220 )2th St., on Nov 29. Mrs. Mike Klinger will be as sistant hostess. Mrs. Clifford Schneider · wa lost ess at the last meeting o GTC, entertaining at her bom at 24M 7lh St., assisted by he mother and grandmother, Mrs Clarke Mackey -and^Mrs. M See 1 «ur complete 'selection o{ famous . , . CAMPUS PHARMACY 931 16th St. For Den or Living Room! Budget Priced at ary -member. Mrs. Mike Kling- r wus taken into the. c l u b , as a lew member, . Nursing Home Assn. DENVER (AP -- Delegates lo Iho Colorado Nursing lomc socialion's IlKil convonlion 'J'ues- friltmt Shopping? Our $«!ie lont art gwd. Jack t Jill Shop, Bouldci, Corner O'Dcll .of.Lamw Denver as president. SPECIAL PURCHASE/1 From Oneida, fashion's newest star-dotted patter* 1 ·--- "S.taido.m." Complete service for-wgW'm.dufV, \ oble stainless steel. Gleamuig flatware tKat needs-polishing; A 1 set you'll be proud-fa own . .· proud to give. Owif E«lro Open Friday Evenings 80C 8th. St., Greelej ELgin 2-6957 $OQ95 Planned For Extra Comfort and Service 5OQ95 Easy core supported plastic covers on lounge sleeper and adjustobte-back choir. Cocktail table and 2 step tables hove no-mor plastic tops. Pair of china lamps 99 Open Evenings Til 8:30 Greeley Furniture Co. 260O Eighth Ave. Telephone EL 2-5441

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