Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 24, 1957 · Page 34
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 34

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oman 6 Scoll-Mosier I lined with (oon« of 1?rf. H'£h- | lijililinj the full gadiertd skirl'ol TJ · O 1 ' 1 !ll " t 'W's a front insen of lace oul- lillCS ^o ("Miiniypfi !inHl "" ' W P £ c! lace - Th « 5k * n iiilL.0 iJUlLimii/iUl gracetulj , flowed j,,,,, a chapf , -- train. The First. Congregational church j The bride's fingertip veil of brl-, of Greeley was Ihe scene of a j dal illusion was 1 loaned by Mrs. | oi-*]y gaaltti ihemc wedding bun- Irvin Itcichen, tbe lormcr Udarcs j day, uniting in marriage -Miss Sullivan. It was held n place by I Margaret Sue Mosier, daughter of a tiara of seed pearls. | Mr. and Mrs. George Mosier of I Her bouquet of pink and while west of Grcelc-y, and Wendell .M- Sweetheart roses, styled especial- len Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. j ly for the gown, adorned the white D. Scott ot 31)11 10th street. I past wortliy advisor Rainbow Bible The double ring ceremony, per- Given by .Mrs. Alice E. Couture, formed ai 4 o'clock by the Hcv. \ A sixpence borrowed from Miss Elizabeth McC.uffie of the Ply- i Elliylenc Rhincr and a blue gar- moulh Congregational church,' lcr . 6 i f l of Sliss Helha Kohler, Seattle, Wash., formerly of Grec- were among the traditional ar- ley, was witnessed by 250 guests. Blush pink candles backed by arrangements of woodwardia ferns were placed to focus attention on the edifice cross at the base of which was nestled a large arrangement of white peonies and pink snapdragons. A similar arrangement adorned the altar. The church pews were marked with pink tulle and satin streamers, accenting the white aisle cloth leading to the satin kneeling pillows ticles. The bride's lace embroidered handkerchief was carried by her mother and grandmother, Mrs. W. J. Mosier, at their weddings. Miss Mary Jeannette Mosier was her sister's maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Joyce Milliken of Denver, Miss Audrey Hokenson of Lakewood, sorority sisters of the bride, and Miss Mary Margaret Miller of Grcelcy. Their gowns were styled in the - . empire line with lace bodice and at the altar. | flared skirt featuring a double in- The candlelight ceremony was j verted pleat at the center back. opened by the lichtiiic of Ihe tap-1 Miss Mosier's was of cameo pink taffeta and the others of shell pink. Accenting their gowns were large picture hats of matching lace and net. They carried arm bouquets of Happiness roses. Harvey Scott was his brother's best man. Ushers were Clinton Scott, Irvin Scott, Harold Scotl and Russell Wilcox, all of Cheyenne, Reese Fischer of Boulder and Frank Wilcox of White Sands Trov- ers by the Misses Sharon Terry and Alice Taylor. Vocal selections, 0 Perfect Love and Wedding Prayer, were sung by Henry Salzman Jr. and his daughter, Mary Anne. Mrs. Carroll Flack was wedding organist. The wedding candle, which was lighted by the couple during the ceremony, was placed on the altar by Mrs. Harvey Scott. The candle was a gift of Mrs. Ann Spomcr. The'bride was escorted and -given in marriage by her father. Her gown was of diaphanous lace and tulle over satin. The molded bodice with long sleeves coming to a point below the wrist was of lace, with a decollctte scalloped neckline out- CARD OF THANKS CUMMINS Words caimot adequately express our deep appreciation for Ihe jimny kind find sympathetic acts that cume (.0 us :IL Lhe time of our recent bereavement. Mrs. L-. E. Cummins Mr and Mrs. Irving Walker and Ron and Gary ing Grounds, N.M. Dorothy Scott and Ricky Scott, niece and nephew of the groom, were flower'girl and ring bearer. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Mosier chose a heather pink lace over-satin empire dress w i t h matching hat and shell pink accessories. Her corsage of imported pink orchids was worn on a satin clutch. The groom's mother was attired in a powder blue sheer gown styled with a lace-tucked bodice and flared skirt. Her hat was of white lace and she wore a white orchid. The reception was held immediately after the ceremony in the Fellowship hall. Wedding colors of pink and white were carried out WELCOME Summer Students Enjoy the cool^ comfort of our shop during your stay in Greeley EXPERT OPERATORS Sterling Beauty Shop 907 10th St. Phone 980 C«nter fer Hindicipped Children Oixns TueicUy Greeley Center for Handicapped children will open for the f.'.mmcp quarter at 1 p m. Has- M'S are held in the Youth Center. Director for Ihc summer is Arlui Maucr, a CSCE student. Surprise Breakfast Is Sunday Morning Event Monday, June 21, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 17 Painful Proof A surprise breakfast was given j N K W p o R T i K y ,»_ A c ( r a n , e r i found. ;at this missile center arc not insidi j civilian heads, a recent survey hai Low Blow STERLING. Colo. H"-Lloyd Jen sen, band director at Sterling High School, announced the ne\t number j during a practice session. Trumpet 1 pbycr Bob Pasi wiiirifu armimi toward the instructor and cx- ; claimed "Holy Cow! That's what 1 was playing the last time." {by Thcta chapter uL Beta Sigma Flu sorority Sunday morning at the home of Mrs. Hoy Leinweber, 2430 | The hostesses, Mrs. l.einweber, J M r s . Robert Ilhoadcs, Mr». Clclis j Corlis and Mrs. Donald Keit, called i for ihoir guests who were re- 1 quired to "come as you are." Scv- ;cmcon members were present for 'the most enjoyable affair. , East Pakistan is moving, in Da'c- · ca, to put land reforms into ef- 1 fret. approached James L. Snow a n d ' Some 496 military personnel as- asked if he -A-antcd to buy a .22, signed to the research base havt caliber pistol. i either bachelor or graduate de- "Poei it worJ--?" askwj Snow, as'Rrees from colleges or are com- tlie stranger hauded over ihc gun. i plciing work toward advanced dell did. :grecs. The pistol, discharged, sending j A total of 282 enlisted men have Snow to the Hospital with a bullet i bachelor degrees, and 270 of thes« wound in the Irs^ ] a r c below Ihe rank of corporal. A plant to tnnkc press board] from bagasse (sugar cane waste) to be started in Ciudad Trujillo. Dominican Republic. lii'atitv Truups WHITE SANDS P R O V I N G |GROUND, N. M. j-.-All the- brains Welcome Summer Students Mri. Wendell Allen Scnll. In* former Mils Margaret Sue Mosier. Bridal portrait by Nash studio. in appoinlments. A four tiered white \vedding cake, topped with an original arrangement of wedding bells and pink roses, was placed on a mirror encircled with sweetheart roses. Completing the cutting of the cake were Mrs. John C. Taylor and Mrs. Warren Terry. ' Floating garden roses adorned the punch -bowl which was presided over by Mrs. Conrad Koehler of Greeley and Mrs. Frank Wilcox of White Sands Proving Grounds, N.M. ( i Junior hostesses were the Misses Carolyn Scott and Laura Sue Scott of Cheyenne, Barbara Jones, Susanne Hauk, Pat Flood and Judy Capp, all of Greeley. Music for the reception was provided by Miss Sarah Hartman of Fort Collins. Miss ' Janet Lewis, also of Fort Collins, was in charge of the gift table. Both are sorority sisters of the bride. The ' guest book was presided over by Miss Beverly Miller of Greeley. For going away, the bride donned a pink linen brocaded sheath with matching duster. Accenting her outfit was a'white picture hat with chiffon streamers and white elbow length gloves. She wore matching bag and shoes. The couple's honeymoon trip will include Colorado Springs- and Mesa Verde. After July 1 they will be at home in Alamogordo, N.M. Following graduation from Greeley High in 1955, the bride attended Colorado State University for two years where her social sorority was Kappa Alpha Theta. She was active in Spur, Alpha Lambda Delta and Business-Economics honorary. Scott was graduated from Greeley high in 1955 and is presently employed by Land-Air at Holloman Air Development center, New Mexico. He will enroll at New Mexico AtM this fall, majoring in electronic engineering. A pinch of savory or iage is a good seasoning for pork chops. Altar and Rosary Society Closes Year Altar and Rosary society ended a successful year with a covered dish supper Thursday evening at Newman hall. A short business meeting was presided over by the vice president, Mrs. W. S. Miller. Mrs. Michael Carey sang two songs, When Irish Eyes Are Smiling and I'll Be Seeing You. Mrs. Miller introduced the Rev. Robert Hoffman who gave a short talk on the Grceley Deanery The meeting was then turned over to Mrs. Harry Rosling, president of the Western Deanery. Mrs Bosling urged the members ot Altar and Rosary to lake a more aclive interest in the organization of the deanery and in carrying ou ils objectives. She stressed the need lor more, activity in function, including youlh organizations, char liable work and spiritual work. Sh explained that the deanery is th basic organization of the women o the Catholic church throughout th nation and the world.. This or ganizalion is a member of th Archdiocese which together wit other diocese forms the Naliona Council of Catholic Women Washington, D. C. · Mrs. Rosling called on a pane of members of the Altar Hosary society to discuss dtfferen phases of the deanery. Mrs. Wil liam Romey spoke on youth am youth organization, Mrs. Ear Steele', social aspects, and Mrs Albert Helnr, the spiritual. The tables were decorated with beautiful garden flowers, pastel tapers and napkins. The hostesses were St. Agnes. St. Bernadelle and St. Francis' Cabrini circles. New officers of Ihe Altar and Rosary society' are Mrs. - Pal Mathews, treasurer, and Mrs, Charles Smoot, secretary. 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