Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 27, 1969 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, October 27, 1969
Page 17
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Beverly Ann Hall Is Wed To Bruce N. MacDonald Mrs. Bruce Norman MacDonald HIS SHIRTS deserve the best of care ( . LIKE OURS) Let UK ' i n u h i t a i n the long- . lasting freshness of his pcrinnnnnl. press shirts. We know how to keep today's miradc fabrics :)L peak perfection. Try our modern l a u n d r y service soon . . , you'll like It. 812 11th St. 352-5062 Miss Beverly Ann Hall and Bruce Norman MacDonald, of 'Alexandra, Va., were mar. ried early Saturday afternoon, Oct. 25, at St. Thomas Moore Catholic Church in Arlington, Va. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Smith Hall of Fredericksburg, Va., and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Opal MacDonald, 1630 9th Ave. The Rev. Patrick Twohig officiated at the double ring candlelight nuptial mass. The organist was Robert L. Wyant. Wedding selections included "Ave Maria," "0 Perfect Love" and "0 Promise Me." "Trumpet Voluntary" was used as the pro cessional. The lovely bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of colonial candlelight satin designed with an empire bodice banded with scalloped galloon lace which was repeated at the wrists of the fitted sleeves, around the hemline and the edges of the detachable cathedral train. Her shoulder ·· length veil of colonial silk .illusion fell from a satin crown trimmed with lace daisies complementing.the crown neckline of her dress. She carried a cascade of baby carnations and ivy centered by a removable corsage of pink cymbidium orchids. ·Mrs. Joseph Kelminski was the matron of honor, and Miss Maragret Rose Plait served as maid of honor for her sister. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Gary Payne, a cousin of the bride, and Miss Patricia Marie Hall, sister of the bride. All four attendants were dressed alike n A-line dresses of silk brocade with empire sashes, in shades of colonial rose, yelfow, jreen and blue respectively. Their veiled - bow headdresses and their slippers matched their ;owns, and each carried a colonial nosegay of baby mums .ied with streamers to match :heir dresses. The flower girl, petite Kath- :een Kelminski, was dressed in colonial rose with a matching lair ribbon, and Master Neal Payne carried the rings. Robert Blaicher of Canon City college classmate of the Bridegroom was the best man, and groomsmen, Joseph Kelminski, Richard Meyers, and Adrian S. Hall Jr., brother of the bride, also served as ushers. Approximately 155 guests attended the wedding at the church and the reception afterward al Our Lady Queen ol Peace Parish Hall. Among the guests were-Mr. and Mrs. William Hall Sr.. grandparents o the bride; Senator and Mrs Daniel K. Inouye of Hawaii Mr. nd Mrs. Robert S. Hall Cmdr. and Mrs. Richard Geer and Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Brown. j As a traveling ensemble for a 3-week honeymoon to the both Bahama Islands, the bride chose red and white dress topped with a navy blue coat, comple- mented'by red accessories. The couple will live at 4S21 Seminary Road, No. 411, Alexandria, Va. The new Mrs. MacDonald was graduated from Montfort Acad- my and Stafford High School, Mary Washington and Madison olleges, and is now employ- d as a staff secretary for Senator Daniel K. Inouye in Washington, D. C. MacDonald was graduated rom Greeley High School and Colorado State University, and s now doing graduate work in he extension school of the University of Southern California at the Pentagon. He also is em- iloyed as an engineer with the )epartment of the Navy in Vashington, D. C. He is a mem- er of the Insitute of Efectronic [ngineers and the Association of *Iaval Weapons Engineers and Scientists. Merest Ladies Aid las Regular Meeting The Gilcrest Ladies Aid met Oct. 22 at the home of Mrs. 'acob Fritzler, assisted by Mrs. J. M. Grigor. For' devotions. M r s . · · Carl ianden read "Loneliness: How t Can Be Cured" by the Rev. Jilly Graham, quoting- Joshua :9.arid Isaiah 43:2 from Scrip- ures, and "23rd Psalm for Busy 'eople". by Toki Miyashima. The roll call, "A Place of In- erest in Colorado," was answer, d by 19 members. Plans for the December meeting were dis- ussed and 40 cancer pads were ompleted. Mrs. Phil Hunter, president, ppointed a nominating commit- ee composed .of Mrs. Cprinne Vebber, Mrs. Earle' ; C6bn and Mrs. Jacob'Fritzlfer;;. ; '.: .' Mrs. Hunter' also-lia'd charge f i n e entertainment-and gariie prizes were won by Mrs. Geneieve Keller and Mrs. J. M. McNeill. The next meeting will be held at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 19, at the lome of.Mrs. Carl Sanden, as- isted by ' Mrs. Royal McLeod. · - - · · How to this TV Buy The Dream Machine from Singer now- get a portableTV for just $ 19 95 more! / l^ere'sagreatideaforChristmasgivingand getting. The TV set normally sells for$68. You save over 548. And this portable black-and-white TV by Singer is lightweight, has a 9" diagonal screen, clear"lnstant On" picture. TheDreamMachineisthenewestGoldenTpucJiSew* sewing machine by Singer...the zig-zag with all the dream features. Like the exclusive Push-Bulton Bobbin, Built-in Buttonholer, Speed Basting. Offers this good ».·* don't come oftent / SewupyourTV- for-$19.95dealata Singer Center now! Trhis offer is good through Nov. 15, :969 at all Singer Centers in U.S.A. (except in Wisconsin). Offer applies only to Model 640 sewing machine as a portable with case or in cabinet of your choice. And Singer has a credit plan to fit your budget. C I M/TC O 827 10th St. Ph. 352-4939 ·ATrjiJomarkofTHESINSERCOMPAW. . Memorial Hospital Guild Has Program of Slides ·help furnish Ihe now eonfei ·ence room at the hospital. Kefreshmcnls were served b; Mrs. John Feuerstcin and. Mrs Max Mabie. Several guest wen; also present. The next meeting will be lielc at the Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, Nov. 19, at 7:3 p.m. Mrs. E. J. Lee was the lea- ured speaker of the meeting if the Memorial Hospital Guild leld Wednesday evening, Oct. 22. She uhowed beautiful colored slides from a trip she and )r. Lee had taken in April and May with a company of doctors and their wives from various arls of the country. Their trip took them to Aus- ralia, New Zealand, Japan, long-Kong, Taiwan, Philippine slands, Hawaii, Tahiti and the f iji Islands. Her slides were if Tahiti, the Fiji Islands and Vew Zealand. Mrs. Lee gave a delightful, normative talk of their ravels, relating the interesting rado Springs and Steven Layn Newcomers Club Plans For Halloween The Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club has made . plans for Halloween Dance, 1 "The real Pumpkin Stomp," and jreakfast for members and quests at the Ramada Inn on ?riday, Oct. 31, from 9 p.m.-l will be provided by th'e'GebVgia Mac Trio; · - '"'· · For tickets, which will be available/ until' \Vednesday eve ning, members are asked to con tact Mrs. Harry Ahrenhotz, 353 8869. Cotton can be made flame-re tardant. customs of the Polynesian peo- )Ie and their friendly altitude. Ihe also displayed unique wood carvings and other souvenirs rom the Islands. One unusual carving was of a Tiki lady from he Fiji Islands. Mrs. Carrol Nickle, chairman, resided at a short business session during which Dr. Ruth Keena gave a report of the hos- Hlal's participation in the Mock disaster Plan staged at the hospital on Wednesday. The victims vcre students enrolled in the nursing program at Colorado State College. Mrs. Henry Delterer, project chairman, announced that a ? ood Sale wifl be held at the Downtown Safeway on Dec. 5. The proceeds will be used to Marriage Announced Announcement of the marriag of Miss Carolyn Menke of Colo Eaton Sundowners Elect New Officers The Eaton Sundowners Exten- ion Club elected the following ifficers at their meeting Monday evening, Oct. 20: Airs. Gene Smalfwood, president; Mrs. lonald D. Orr, vice president; Mrs. Dale Shull, secretary; Mrs. iyle 'Wall, treasurer; and Mrs. Helvin Cook, historian. The Sundowners welcomed Mrs. Russell Strole, Mrs. Brent larter, Mrs. Bob Viertel, Mrs. lonald Preston, Mrs. Gene Inoes, Mrs. Vernie H. Parker, Mrs/William A. Carlson, Mrs. lim Knight and Mrs. Thomas jammers as guests at the meet- ng hosted by Mrs. Melvin look. · .Mrs. David Bagley presented ,he lesson, "Raising Monsters or Junior People." She divided :he lesson into three parts: I. Eliminating Guill That Parents Feel; II. Discipline (Various Philosophies); and III. Sex Education. . There will be a meeting lor the current officers at the homi of Mrs. Kush Tucker, Oct. 30 at 1 p.m. The next meeting will be hell at the home of Mrs. Gene Small wood at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 17 Each member is 'asked to bring 1.V4 dozen cookies and the re cipe. of St. Louis, Mo., has been mad here. The bride is Ihe daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Louis Menkt 2502 8lh St., and the bridegroon is the son of Mrs. Evelyn Lip. sitz of St. Louis. The couple was married in double ring ceremony in Coli rado Springs the afternoon Friday, Aug. 8. Lillian Whale was the bride's honor altendan and Kent Moline was the bes man. A small reception wa given for them at the Fitzsin 1 ons Officers Club on Aug. 17 with members of the family attendance. The couple honeymooned Ohio and St. Louis, Mo., an is now at home in Aurora. The new Mrs. Layne is graduate of Greeley High Schoo id prior to her marriage wa secretary for (he Colorado In srstate Corp. of Colorad jrings. Layne, a graduate i issouri Military Academ; 'ashington University in S ouis and the University hio, recently completed a toil f duty with the U. S. Arm ith a rank of first lieutenan e had served as provost ma lall of Denver and is now em loyed by the University o enver. Order Your Christinas Cards Early From Our Stock 1 or Albums Phone 353-0246 807 8th St. Mon., Oct. 27, 19M GREEl.EV TRIBUNE Pane 17 attend County Day on Nnv. 11, and several members plan to attend. Mrs. Bruce Freemyer gave a report on the District 2 meeting. Mrs. Vernie Parker gave the 'lesson, "Are We Raising Monsters or Junior People?" The guests at Ihe Tuesday meeting who decided to join were Mrs. Bill Cass, Mrs. Waldo Olson and Mrs. Larry Taylor. The oilier guests were Mrs. Dan Davis and Mrs.-Jack Lawrence. Francis Davis was also present. 'rairie Queens Expanding Membership The BriggsdalePrairie Queens /xlcnsion Homemakers Club is aying an extensive member- hip drive. The club had greed unanimously to change ic meeting time to afternoons o more persons could al- end. In the future, Ihe meetings vilf be held the third Tuesday .11:30 p.m. in members' homes, anyone interested in visiting or soup oining may contact Mrs. "corge Speaker Jr., G56-2237. Mrs. Speaker was the hostess n Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 21, t the Briggsdale Congregational Church. Plans were made to Strange the things sugar get's inlo. Look at almost any canned label, including cream of chicken, and there's sugar listed with other ingredients. Not enough to sweeten; it takes only a little sugar to make a big difference in the blending of oilier food flavors. ORDER NOW for THANKSGIVING and CHRISTMAS Beautifully Bound BIBLE The most cherished Christmas gift! Coll Tore A. 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The difference in your hair makes (he decision as to what type oC wave you need. Only let a professional hairdresser decide as she will take into consideration If your hair is the type that needs body, If it is damaged in any way. Ask your hairdresser and bs happy with the results. Sl'BCIAL: Did you see our ad in Friday or Saturday's papers? We are running a special permanent wav» offer . . . our regular f 10.00 Helene Curtis "First Time" w a v e . . . for two weeks only --57.60! Make your appointment soon. NEWS ITEM: We have three more winners of "QUEEN FOR A DAY AT HOBBS HlfiHLAND HILLS". They are Mrs. Robert Ley, 822 E. 16th. St.;. Mrs. .Leirtle York, HI. 5; ..ima'Mrs;. Gertrude Brlscoe, 1717 14Ur Avenue. Congratulations! 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