UREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE sÂ»t.,MÂ«reh a, lÂ»7t Mr. and Mrs. Clyle GÂ«lÂ»e Mr. and Mrs. Clyle Golze celebrate golden anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clyle W. Golze, 8329 Zayante Road, Felton, 'Calif., were guests of honor ata reception hosted by their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Swedlund, and grandsons, Jeffrey and Jon, on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. Nora Straight and Clyle W. Golze were married in Greeley, March 6, 1926. He was born in Illinois and she was born in Nebraska, but both came to Greeley as small children. They lived here until 1967, then moved to Ukiah, Calif., to be near their daughter, and both families moved to Felton in 1970. Golze was engaged in the clothing and mercantile business in Greeley and later in Leadville, and Mrs. Golze was a secretary for law firms, The Federal Land Bank, and the Weld County Clerk, the late Ann Spomer. Golze, a veteran of World War I, and a member of Occidental Lodge No. 20, AFAM, received his 50-year pin in Ukiah, Calif., and Mrs. Golze is a member of Garden City Chapter No. 3, Order of Eastern Star. Both are now members of the United Presbyterian Church of Felton and the Senior Citizens of San Lorenzo Valley. Relatives attending the dinner and reception at the River House in Ben Lomond, included Mrs. Eulela Straight Keelon of Auburn, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Straight of Millbrac, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. William Moon, all of San Jose, Calif. Mahi Shrine elects officers Following a covered dish dinner at the Masonic Temple (he Mahi White Shrine elected officers for 1976-77. Florence Clark was named worthy high priestess; James Collins became watchman of the shepherds; Mary Ellen Dressier, noble prophetess; Clarence Dressier, associate watchman of the shepherds; Lura Hager, worthy scribe; Evelyn Page, worthy treasurer; Nancy Pollard, worthy chaplain; Tena Helmig, worthy shepherdess; Dorothy Karbs, worthy guide. Annual reports were given by officers and the material objective report was presented by William Lundy. Medical expenses for a young man in dire circumstances will be paid by Mahi Shrine and Supreme Shrine Material Objective committee. Past worthy high priestesses and past watchmen of the shepherds were escorted to the east, honored, and each presented a pen with a patriotic motif and the names of W.H.P. Ida Graham and W.O.S. H. M. Graham engraved on them. Visitors came from Sterling, Galilee Shrine of Fort Collins and Damascus Shrine of Denver. Refreshments were served in the dining room after the meeting by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Emry, Eva Hinds, and Mr. and Mrs. William Lundy. Women's pages Blanche Dempsey, editor Rose Mary Koob, assistant Eileen Kay Blehm exchanges vows with Gerald E. Johnson Mrs. Copes receives life membership Mrs. Id* Copes received a life book at the national convention membership card In Greeley of Navy Mothers Clubs of Navy Mothers Club No. IS, America, when the imp met at the Blue ^ ^ ^ ^ wil| Flame Room Wednesday. Mrs. Nell Lott was named Chairman of the nominating The next meeting of the committee, and serving with Greeley club will be a covered her are Mmes. Ruth Briltain. dish luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Gladys Buxman. Lois Hall, Wednesday, March 24, in the Myrtle Buck, Velma Harsh and Blue Flame Room. Hostesses Madge Rush. will be Mmes. Odclia Miller. Greeley Navy Mothers will Elizabeth Wiedel, Laura Bird, have a page in the program Verna Young and Edna Dills. Social Calendar Monday, Mirch 15 9 a.m. TOPS Club No. 158, 6:30 a.m. Early Risers convenience room, Greeley Toastmasters, Paul's Pancake Mall. House. 9:30 a.m. Ladies Auxiliary of 9:30 a.m. County Extension All Nations Pentecostal Homemakers Council, meeting Cnurcn , at me cnurchi 215 141h and workshop, 4-H Building, Sl For more information call Island Grove Park. 353-0843 or 353-3240. 9:30 a.m. District Board of Campfire at the home of JoAnn Mitchell, 1816 25lh Ave. 10 a.m. Pleasant Valley Extension Homemakers, 11 a.m. Monday Morning Duplicate Bridge Club, with Mrs. Albert Holmes, 147 16th Ave. Court. 12:10 p.m. Auxiliary to Vi'cld County General Hospital, general meeting and luncheon. brunch aw) bus " less nleel '"8 * Dr Patrick Sullivan to speak on "? c home of Mrs ' Arcnle hospiufrnd'the hosplu/to the' allend Ule RÂ«lruiiner District doctors," in the Union Colony salad luncheo " al lhc 4 " H room at the hospital. Call the Bulldin 8- auxiliary office at the hospital 10:( 0 a.m. Grand opening of for reservations. Bonell Mini-Mart, Tower 1:15 p.m. Spring fashion Lounge of Bonell Community, feature sponsored by the county Also, pie social, in the morning Extension Office, 4-H Building, ""til ":30 a.m. Island Grove Park. To be Noon. Roadrunner District, repeated at 7:15 p.m., Mrs. J. Extension Homemakers Clubs salad luncheon, 4-H Building, Island Grove Park. Noon. Uilcrest Ladies Aid "carry in" dinner at the Blue Kyle, speaker. 1:30 p.m. Grandmothers Club, with jMri. Lutlla Crisae!!, 1624 9th Ave. 2 p.m. La Salle Republican Flame Room. women's Club with Mrs. Maud , 2 . 30 WeW Counly Jane m . ,,, . , ,, 1:3 Â° P' m ' T TM r ' sl f, ub al "' home of Mrs ' J ' M ' A " lson wllh Reid. Mrs. Mary Ewing, , e [ferson Club, annual covered ;o-hos(css. iish Iuni .|, eon ],o s ied by 2 p.m. American Association Pla|levine JaneS| ,,, lne nome of Retired Persons (AARP) lf Mrs . Rey Morgan, two miles Chapter 1168, in the fellowship mt of P | atleville on Highwav hall of the First Chnstian x A11 in(erested women are Church. Mrs. Irma Princic will ^^ moderate a panel discussion on the proposed increase of one per cent sales tax 7p.m. Colorado TOPS Club P ro f ram *Â» Mrs ' Shcrman No. 50, in the convenience Nellson room, Greeley Mall. 6:30 p.m. Sons of Veterans at 7:15 p.m. Monday Night Brannaman Hall. Greeley Duplicate Bridge Club, 6:30 p.m. Odd Fellows lodge Greeley Country Club. covered dish dinner at Odd 7:15 p.m. Repeat of the Fellows Temple, 2532 9th Ave. program on spring fashions 6:30 p.m. Disabled American sponsored by the Counly veterans Auxiliary Unit 8, Extension Office, 4-H Building, potluck dinner, DAV Hall, 2407 Island Grove Park. 5th Ave. 7:30 p.m. Sunshine Group in 7 p m Order of R a j n p OW f or the Garden Room of the First Gir | S| Masonic Temple Baptist Church. 7:15 p. m . Quaintance UuD 7:30 p.m. Our Savior's ALCW w n n Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Naomi Circle with Mrs. Mike Montoya, 306 S. 6th St., La Salle. Bible Study leader, Mrs. Dennis Fischer. 7:30 p.m. Chapter EC, P.E.O. Sisterhood, at the home of Mrs. Anderson, 1050 48th Ave. 7:30 p.m. Parents Without Partners, Winterset I n n . Program by Greeley Fire Department. 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Mrs. Harold Winograd Mrs. Winograd to be speaker at AAUW meet "Changing Life Styles: The Importance of the Family" will be the subject of a talk by Mrs. Harold Winograd to members of Greeley Branch of American Association of University Women, al 7:45 p.m., Thursday, at the First Christian Church. Mrs. Winograd, a member of the National Organization for Women (NOW), is well known for her .work with the Mental Health Association, Jane Jefferson Democratic Club, and W.T.K. Club. She has also worked actively with the School of Nursing at the University of Northern Colorado, and visually handicapped children, and is currently one of two women members of the board of trustees at UNC. She is the mother of four sons, all Boettchcr Scholarship recipients. Terry is in the artificial intelligence program at Stanford: Dan is in private law practice in Chicago, Steve is employed at the computer center at Boulder and Ed is a doctoral student in literature at Berkeley, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Winograd have established a money grant scholarship at Greeley Central High School, renewable for four years, for use in any Colorado college of university. Approximately 225 guests assembled at the First Covenant Church at Greeley to witness the exchange of wedding vows by Miss Eileen Kay Blehm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blehm of Kersey and Gerald E. Johnson,307 13th Ave., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson, Sunday afternoon, March 7. The Rev. Thomas smith officiated at the double ring ceremony after the bride was given away by her father and mother. Mrs. Gene Swanson, organist, and Mrs. Rodney Johnson and Mrs. Korwin Johnson, vocalists, all are cousins of the bridegroom. Selections included "Wedding Song" and "Love." Large arrangements of yellow gladiolus, yellow roses, blue carnations and white daibiub, and lighlud candltb adorned the altar, with spiral candelabra on either side of the altar. The bride wore a softly feminine gown of shecrganza with a slightly raised waistline, bodice of Cluny lace with Venise lace edging which continued in a panel down the front of the skirt, the center of the panel fepinnng ribbon and Venise lace the length of the gown, full bishop sleeves and sheer neckline, a Cluny lace flounce at the hemline and attached chapel train. A matching bandeau held in place a flowing, lace-edged veil. She carried a spiral bouquet of white orchids, yellow sweetheart roses and white stcphanotis. She wore the gold necklace her maternal grandmother wore at her wedding 52 years ago. Mrs. Randall J. Bulilcr of Farminglon, N.M., filled the role of her sister's matron of honor in an ice blue gown of soft flowing organza over taffeta trimmed with white lace around the empire waistline and short puffed sleeves. Similarly attired were the bridesmaids, Mary Jane Duarte and Terrie Schmidt, a cousin of the bride. They also wore a light blue netting head pieces held in place by satin Mrs. Gerald Â£. Johnson rosettes surrounded by tiny half years. Johnson is owner of white teardrop pearl beads, and Johnson Heating and Sheet carried colonial bouquets of Metal. yellow carnations, white daisies The couple will reside in and long yellow ribbon Greeley. streamers. Gene Swanson of Evergreen served his cousin as best man. Ted Myers of Chesterton, Ind., and Rueben Johnson, brother- in-law and son of the bridegroom, respectively, were the groomsmen. Leon Cozzens and Mike Hungenberg served as ushers and candlelight ers. Al the reception in the church hall, special guests were Mr. and Mrs.Jolm Schmidt Sr. of Greeley, maternal grandparents of the bride. For traveling on the honeymoon to an undisclosed destination the bride chose a two-piece yellow panl-suil with blue accessories complemented by the white orchid corsage lifted from her bridal bouquet. The bride, a graduate of Plaltc Valley High School at Kersey, was employed by the Greeley Journal for three and a A Tradition In Modern Lighting This decorative concept In polished chrome can funclion as: Â· a reading light over a chair, sota or table Â· an accent over a favorite grouping in your home The lamp spans approximately 66". A push button floor switch controls the 100 watt bulb. "GREELEY'S COMPLETE LIGHTING SHOWROOM" 821 8th St. Greeley National Bank Plaza Downtown Greeley ' Mon.-Sat. 6:30-5:30 356 1951 Eastern Star Chapter celebrates birthday Garden Cily Chapter No. 3, Order of the Eastern Star, celebrated its 90th birthday Tuesday. The local chapter was instituted March i, teas. A fitting tribute was given by Worthy Matron Ruth Dvorak who also read short history of the chapter. Presiding at the meeting were Ule worthy matron Â· and worthy patron. Otto Dvorak, at which initiation was given for a new member, Kenneth Hewlett. He was accompanied by his wife, Becky, who had been initiated into membership in February. The flag was presented by Larry Moody and the tribute to the flag read by Rosemary Robinson. Grand representatives present and introduced were Betty Lowry, Sylvia Mitchell and Alice Moody of the Greeley Chapter and Audreen Fraker of Windsor. Grand chapter committee members present were Larry Moody and Mary Scoggins. During the initiation ceremony the chorus under the direction of Eva Hinds furnished appropriate music. Signing the bylaws and becoming members by affiliation were Elmer and Hazel Burkhart who came to Greeley from Alamo Chapter No. 33, Las Anlmas. Myron and Lucile Brown were hosts for the evening. Refreshments were served by Lura and Ernest Hagcr, Leila and Don Soderstrom and Evelyn Page. Tables were decorated in the birthday theme by Karen Means and Linda Rutz. Friendship Night will be observed at the next meeting at B p.m. March 24. Pbstfval of Ahies Our fresh Spring fashions are big values now! Super valuel Spring handbags in butter-soft leather by a famous maker 1599.20" Regular $22-$30 Come, see this collection of contemporary and country casuals . . . pouches, vagabonds, swaggers and short shoulders. All new for Spring . . . all in smooth, supple, tanned cowhide. Saddle, bone, navy, black. But, hurry in for best selection! Lewis Kilts, 2667 Mountair Retreat, sponsored by Ijfe for Lane. Laymen, parish hall of Our 7:30 p.m. Weld County Dental savior's Lutheran Church, 1800' | Assistants. Farm Fare 2lst Ave. Marilyn Hickey of Cafeteria. Denver to teach "How to have a 7:30 p.m. AAUW Travel miracle in your home." For Group with Gertrude Lyons, additional information call 2334 I5th St., Apt. 203. Bonnie Duell, 352-0484. 8 p.m. Greeley Canton No. 6 7:30-9:30p.m. Recovery, Inc.. and L.A.P.M. Odd Fellows a self-help program for nervous Temple, 2532 9th Ave. or former mental patients at 8 p.m. Chapter FZ, P.E.O. our Savior's Lutheran Church, Sisterhood, with Mrs. James 1800 2lst Ave. Dalbey, I313 32nd Ave. 7:30 p.m. Memorial Hospital 8:30 p.m. AI-Anon, for friends Guild at the hospital, and families nf problem s p.m. Fraternal Order of drinkers, 103 N. 23rd Ave. For Eagles. 39th and Boulder, more information call 356-7359 Evans. or356-087l. 8 p.m. Harold (Huckl Hen- Tuesday, .March IS sley VFW Post No. 4334, Ault. 7 a.m. Salesmen With A 8 p.m. Social Science Circle Purpose (SWAP) in the with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ramada Inn. Biddle, 705 27th Ave. WE'VE MOVED! T-. The New Home For The y Bernina Sewing Center Is 822 llth Avenue. 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