Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 1, 1972 · Page 25
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Oasis Rchokah Lodge No. 1.3 Plans Many Spring Iwenls Mon., May 1, 1072 fiKKUI.HYJColn.) TKIHUNE 215 ATI,ANTIC (MTY, N..J."(AP)jnicii chosen Ijy Ilic association's -- I'iil Nixon iius iicfcn chosen'cxccutivo com llolioliiili No. 13 lor I'lma-wcro mode by Oasis N, Mrd Avc. Court, will. Mm.i.35 tluMs In,,,, Colorado and nolhors will bo especially ^ "taTli.^"TM^^ wired. Tlic oriiw-s arc Ui;!!,,. iij.li,,,," by Iho Nwv J e r s e y 1 . , , " " ' ·"""»« l Hlbllt s'.MysliT Hairdressers and Cos(i «" IL '- s ' ll W!1S lllc flrsl ' uar umniitk'e will IJR Mrs. l,ucll;i inulnloKisl.s Association, men wui'c III Hie running due to Kvcra, Mrs. Orlruilc Hriseuc; Mrs. Nixun liipiwd I viirlcly of spring events, Al Ilic reifuhr meeting Wcdiicsilny, Mrs. llulcii ' Harding, rwtitc niwl, opened Ilic inciitlnj; wllh' poem, "A Friendly Smile." Members were rcnilndoii of ,'hurcii Diiy at Ilic First United Vcsbylci'iiin Cliurdi, i:i21 all) ive., SniKliiy, May 7. The group assemble by 10:15 a.m., to Mrs. Hugh Thomas McGruw (Kadlecck pliolo by Slan Kerns) \ Shelley Ann Steele Wed To Hugh Thomas McGrau St. Peter's Catholic Church' was the selling tor the wedding of Miss Shelley Ann Sleele, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Alvin J. Sleele, 1508 27th St., and Hugh Thomas McGraw, son of Mr. and Mrs: Mac McGraw of Fort Morgan, Saturday, 29. bouquets of lime green carna lions and pleled Iheii baby brealh ensembles. Mark Ilrian McGraw, brottic of the bridegroom, carried th rings. Albert Pease of Korl Morgan nitlfjc member lo replace Mrs. 1 Mamie Snpplnjjlon, who resigned. A check fen 1 $2") was presented Alia Cm Us us.slMllii|i. Mrs. Harding will fill out the 1 year as Youth Service Coin- | New Mexico. Also, a check will ;jc presented In Miss Kiuen Cowan, winner of Hie Irlp from ilils district, at Ilic next Thcla lie lixl(fQ with which she will |)iirchiJ»e a camera lo lake on nter ns « group.' Ccrnld Dcmnrcs!, chief rulei ( lhe Junior Odd Follows, lulled, members lo come to [he pancake supper 5-8 p.m., Miiy , to bo followed wilh ;m cvcn- n{! of (jiinics. There will lc ·hargc for Ihu meal. A niGCllng will he held In Ihe ireeley Ilnll May 23 when Past. Sovereign firaixl Muster P. V. hbetson of Canada makes his irsl visit to (Jreeley. 'lliis meeting will include all lodges n the northern and northwcst- ini .scclion nf Colorado. Hcfore ic leaves Colorado he will iilsol Isil lodges in Salidn, Lamar, Brush and Arvada. In charge f the evening arr:ingcmcnl! we Mrs. Ira Moore, Mrs. Fern Reich, Mrs. Myrtle liila Christian and Mrs. Rurrcl Coburn. Past Noble Grands will meel nt 7:30 p.m., May 2, at Ihe ionic nf Mrs. Alice Moore, 124 her Irlp to Ihe Unilcd Nations in June a.s ;i cha|Kronc for (he lilio meeting on May 6. Spring flowers were used lo decorate Hie lables. The relresh- .1) Mrs. Moore as a glfl from muni committee included Mrs. Kdylhc Giniff, llcckarl ami Carolhers. Mrs. Mrs. 111,'inchc Myrllc At (he next meellng, May 10, served as best man, and Mac The Rev. Thomas Stone offid-|M C (.; r;!w served as groomsman ated al the double ring ceremony. Lil Huesener was Ihc organist and Karen Roth sang "More" and "Wedding Prayer" in addition Prayer." to "The Lord's NEW YORK (AP) - Knter- tainor Arthur Godfrey lias given up a daily broadcasting career that ill its peak brought in $1,500 for every minute he was on Ihe air. Godfrey, 60, left his daily spot with the Columbia Broadcasting System Sunday, hut he said he would continue to do commercials and television specials. Godfrey broke into radio as an amateur entertainer on Bal limore's WFBR in 1929. A yeai laler he joined Ihe Nationa Broadcasting Co. as a staff an-i nouncer in Washinglon, remaining there four years before Ire- coming a lancer. for his brolher. Jack Steele, brother of the bride, was assisted by Ihe groomsman in sealing Ihe guests. A reception was held in (he lhe extreme cold by healers Scientific inslruments placed on lhe moon by Hie Apollo II astronauts were protected from parish hall. Among the guests The bride was escorled to lhe|p rP sonf were the bridegroom's altar by her father. She was attired in a gown of nylon organza "designed with an empire bixlicc with a high neckline. Bands of lace threaded with blue ribbon' marked the fluted ruffled ' collar and matching cuffs of the long sleeves, and the waistline, and extended in vertical rows down Ihe front of the bodice. Her veil of embroidered nylon was attached lo a headdress of organza petals accented wilh suspended blossoms. She carried a crescent of orange gladiolus, miniature carnations and slcphanolis wilh fueled wilh a plulonium radioisotope. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Iliggins of Fort Morgan; lhe bride's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Steele of Clearficld, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haag of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ayers of Valentine, Neb., and Jim Iliggins of York, j Neb. | The newlywoils will be al JOIN FABRIQUE'S SEWING CLASSES STARTING SOON! LINGERIE AND SWIM WEAR CLASS Thursday, May 4 - 7 to 9 p.m. 4 sessions-2 hours each-$10 MEN'S SPORT COAT AND VEST CLASS Wed., May 10-9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 2 sessions-2 hours - $5 CALL 353-7102 NOW Greelcy's Only Authorized Bernina Sewing Machine Dealer Sewing Center accents of baby breath. The matron of honor, Mrs. Kenneth Giffin, sister of the bride, and Ihe bridesmaid, Mrs. Vlarry Jacohy, were dressed alike in floor-lenglh gowns, of orange rtoltcd swiss trimmed wilh while lace. Hand-crocheted, wide brimmed hals and home al 3211 lOlh St., after May The bride is a !%!) graduate of West High School. She at- iended the University of Nor- Ihcrn Colorado for two years, and is now employed at the Grcclev Medical McGraw, a 1368 Laboratory, graduate of Fort Morgan High School, al tended Aims College for two years, and is now employed as a carpenter by Jake Schneider. The national parks system is 100 years old. THE CO. Try thinking of Bennett's as an extra closet. Samtone We'll keep your winter clollies safo in our vault--and relurn them to you In the (nil, drycleanad Ihe Sanitono way. Call today for an exlra closet. 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