m oman J Jtstphim Milltf. Editor Pag e Donald Hcbirline Weds Rose . Mr. anil Mrs. Donald Lcc Hibcr- line arc now at home in an apart- nirnt at 918'a KlcuTith avrnui- a f ter a honeynioon in the Coluradj Sprmo area where they stayed at tlic liroadraoor hotel. The former Mi-.-. Lillian Kc.^e Flrpp. d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Urn. Ilriiihardt llcpp "' 2I1Â» M n c n t h ' Avenue court, and Mr. Ik berime. ion of Mr. and Mrs. (i(orKe Ildx-r- line of L'aton, were wed Sunday afternoon, June 16. The bride was graduated in 16 from Henry lliÂ£h school. The past c a r she attended Colorado Stale College of t'.ducation where she was alÂ«o employed in the registrar's office. Mrs. Ikbcrlinc Is now a secretary in M. K. II. Smith's office. llrberline attended Ault schools prior lo hit enlistment in the navy I in 1912. He is employed by the Weld County Carage. Wedding \ows were exchanged I at 4 o'clock at St. John's Kvan- !g?lical Lutheran church. Two hunÂ» BEHRMAN'S here'll be some changes made . . . figure-wise and fashion-wise with CONTOUR.WITCHERY switch-strap bra cvrvt-opptal... It on/ nÂ«cVlinÂ«t -- glamour plus comfort, both youn with Contour iyi Kibbon Wired Uauty-lift. tibbon Wir. h flat 01 a ribbon; con'l dig In to your skin, t*tr. And tath cup It Jndit Ribbon Wirtd; no contacting wirt to pkt you. Sl,l. 44}}, V a Mi podded embtoidertd cotton, . WSitt. A cvp }J J4; lcup3Â»l;CcupÂ»-Â«a Don.Id Lit Htbtrlln* and hii brldt, the formir Mill Lllllin Rott RÂ»pp.--Wedding candid by Nish itudio. :lred guests witnessed the doulile r i n g ceremony, performed by the llev. M. Schoenhaar. Thr church was decorated w i t h i Heauty baskets of pink gladiolus, earnatiuni and peonies, tiÂ«l with aqua satin ribbon. These were enhanced by the glow of m a n y candles in three pair of candelabra. I ' e w j wTre marked by pink carna- irms tied with aqua satin ribbon. Sincle candles were placed in each window. Miss Barnetla Thoutt. coinin of he bride, and Miss D e l i l a h Schneider of Eaton, the groom's cousin, were eandlelichtcrs. The Brides candle was carried by Donald \\iesel. cousin of the bride. Mm Marcia Plane of llillro-c. a college friend of the bride. plaed incidental organ music, the traditional wedding m a r c h e s and accompanied the \ocalist, Robert L a u h h a n . Laubhan's selections were I Promise You. Wedding Prayer and The Lord's Prayer, lung at the couple knelt at the altar. Â· The bride was given In marriage by her father. She wore f o r m a l gown of Imported Chantilly lace and French tulle o\er gleaming slipper latin. The molded lace bodice was designed with long tapering sleeves and a Queen Anne collar. Iced with sequins and seed pearls. The billowing sequin sparkled lace skirt featured tiers of lace welcome CSCE Summer Students for Kxlra Coolness (s You Study and Plan Choose a Crisp Collon! We Feature the Lines of Â· CARLYE Â· ELLEN KAYE .' Â· A M E R I C A N GOLFER Â· GAY GIBSON 1 , Â· Â· LYNBROOK ) Â· PAUL SACHS Originals and Many Other f Nome Brands Our New Fall Models Will Start A r r i v i n g In Mid-July 908 Eighth Avenu* I, Phone 475 and pleated tulle foaming down the front and was scalloped over a ruffle of the pleating which bordered the circular court Train. Her finger- lip veil of imported silk illuiÂ«) cascaded in a double circular sweep from a lequln and pearl encrusted lace plateau. Her cascade bouquet was of white roses and stephanotis centered with Â· lavender cattelaya orchid. Maid of honor was Miss Dixie Howard of Katon. formerly of .Ireeley. her floor length gown of aqua chiffon w a s designed with brief sleeves and a softly draped cowl neckline. Her matching hat was of a double band of aqua nylon lorschair etched with seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink carnations tied with aqua satin ribbon. Mrs. Walter H. Harris of Castle rock, the f o r m e r Miss Lillian Ruth r.eisick, and Miss Annette Repp of Denver, both cousins of the bride, were bridesmaids. Miss Kllamae Repp, only sister of the bride, was junior hridesmad. They wore pink | costumes fashioned like the maid of honor's. Their cascade bouquets were of aqua carnations tied with pink satin ribbon. Harold Andrews of Eaton served his cousin as best man. Robert Fcit, the bride's cousin, and Charles Hcbcrline of Eaton, the groom'i brother, were groomsmen. Ushering were Wilbert Thoutt of Denver. the bride's cousin, and Lcland Stcinbrecker of Craig. Terri Rrclhauer of Kersey was flower girl. She carried i white lace basket trimmed with pink satin ribbon. She scattered pink and white peony petals in the path of the bride. Randy Thoutt of Greeley. cousin of the bride, carried the rings. Mri. Repp ehoie in Â»qui lice afternoon djeii and white accessories lot her dauihters' weddial- Her comic was of white roses with pink satin tubetle and Parisian lace trim. The groom's mother wore a summer print, with i white background and red and black figurtf ,and while accessories. Her corsage wai like the bride's moth- el except with white satin tubette. The reception, held In the Community building Immediately following the cermonjr, was attended by 175. The bride's table wai cor- ered by a white cloth and centered with a five-tiered cake decorated with pink rotes, white bells and a miniature bride and groom. The cake, which was wreathed with smilax and pink Garnette roses, was later moved to the serving table. Aqua candles completed the decorations on the bride'i table. The serving table was covered by a white cloth. White ice cream with pink belli, pink and aqua napkins and mints and pink punch further added to the color scheme. The room w a s decorated with a txjuquct of pink roses on the piano and the altar bouquets. Pink snapdragons and daisies tied with aqu; lxiws were used on the gilt table. Marcia Plane played 'incidental music throughout the reception. The candlelighters served those at the bride's table, after which the ucsts were served. The cake was ut by two of the bride's aunts, Mrs. Rcinhold Spccht and Mrs. MCJ Wicgcl. Mrs. Jacob Andrews Jr. of Eaton, aunt of the groom, served punch and Mrs. George L 'eit, the bride's godmother, poured coffee. Ice cream was served by Mrs. Albert Sthneider of Eaton, ihe groom*s Â»U5!. Assisting with the details were Mrs. Elizabeth Hay, Mrs. Dave Schlfdewlli and Mrs. John Miclal of Eaton, and lira. Reinholdt Thoutt, the bildc't aunt. Presiding at the gift table were Ralphina Schledevitf of Eaton. Barbara Green of Ault and Delorei Walker of Greeley. Arlene Schlagel of Pierce was la charge of the guest book. Out-of-state guests were the bride'i uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Reuben.Bernhardt, and family of Cheyenne. The bride'i traveling outfit wai a charcoal coat dress with a theath style dresi featurisr an empire waistline and a icoop necklne. The matching coal was three-quarter length with a shawl collar and balloon pushup sleeves and accented with lelf-trim in the back. The fabric was a blend of silk and cotton. Her accessories were chalk white and she wore the orchid from her bouquet. A dinner was served Saturday evening in 'the basement of the church preceding the rehearsal. The 35 guests were seated at a table decorated with pink and aqua napkins and pink snapdragons and daisies. Friends of the bride'i family, Mrs. Lester Underwood and Mrs. Lillian Cunningham, prepared the meal. Ralphina Schledewitz, Norma Mahan and Sonya Maag served. Forgetful Merchant STERLING, Colo. If! -- Police Chief Hugh O'Neal has a nomin ation for the absent minded merchant of the year. Police found Ihe door open to a Sterling business establishment. They notified the owner. The owner turned up promptly to lock the door , . /but forgot his key. P.ge 16 GREELEY TRIBUNE Monday, June 21, 1957 Welcome Summer Students I Coma In ond Browie J School Supplies -- Tufide Ring Books Eaton Stationery and Typing Paper Bocks, Fiction ond Non-Fiction Esterbrook, Waterman, and Shepffer Pen ond Pencil Sets Distinctive Gifts -- Western Note Paper Hallmark and Norcross Greeting Cards Schriver Book Store "M Vein In Business In Gritlty" 815 8th Street Phone TM Welcome Summer Students _ Nationally Advertised Brands Â· Corteti Â· Bra. o Foundation Garments Â· Regular and Half Sixe Dresiei THE CORSET SHOP Bea J/usscr 918'/z 9rh Ave. Phone 3602 =.S Waist Sizes to 16 PRINTED PATTERN WELCOME STUDENTS To GREELEY and COOK'S BIG NEW DRUG STORE Completely Redesigned and Air Conditioned si.oo mi WOODBURY SHAMPOO BUFFEUIN TABLETS, liottle of 100 Colgate Dental Cream 65c rizc t*bÂ« T.W.D. REDUCING AID, Reeular $3.50 Siie --_ MILK OF MAGNESIA, Phillips, 55c siie _ ALKA SELTZER, fi.lc siie Bottle ... LÂ»sre Crane , Sfcampoo S2.M Siie J.r JERGEN'S LOTION MILD TOILET SOAP 3 ,,,, 15C CASCO "Marie Br Electric **Â«am Iron jftcrti /L" New Way to Wave! ANSCO MEMAR 35mm CAMERA SET With Film Camera Case Fla.oh A t t a c h m e n t and Carrying Case 56.23 Value SALE PRICE CAMERA GADGET BAG I-irge Size SPfdAl INTRODUCTORY OfTCT 3.00 vslue COOK'S nonu.E SLICED SNEI.I.ED OVERDOOR GARMENTHANGERS lie Value FISHING HOOKS Card nf 6 HOOKS . SAL IIEPAT1CA, TOo Siie P r i n t e d I'allcrn--in i skirt that's t o o f U t t r n n s to the lirctr dÂ£- urc! A lo\cly \ariation nf our f i - i j v o n l e S-core tule; simple lo sew,' I l i h detail optional. Idol (or Isille,' linen, woo!! Â· j Printed Pattern 4*73: Women's ! Waist Sim 30. Â·a. 34. M. M. 41. O. 46 inches. Sixe 30 requires 3't 'yinls U inch fabric. 1 Printed directions on each pattern part. Hauler. faÂ«ter, aeeuratf. 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