Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 26, 1957 · Page 26
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CSU Grad Weds Deannc Goetsch Before 2m eu-5ls «f Trinily Episcopal church Sunday evening. Miss Deanne Goelsch, daughter of Jlr, and Mrs. Walter J. Guet=ch »[ 1458 Tenlh street. becaW the bride of Robert Allen Sarcnet. 1957 grad uate of Colorado State University at Forl Collins. The groom is the ;rn of Mr. 2nd Mrs. Raymond V. Sarchet of Fort Lupton In A beautiful candlelight selling, double ring nuptial vows were exchanged with the Rev. Charles V. Young officiating. The bride's father and mother gave her in marriage. The 8 o'clock ceremony included (he lightinj of the bride's randle. Besides six altar candles, tapers glowed in seven-branched candelabra on either side o( the altar, in Ihe chandeliers and in the three- branched candelabra on the pew ends. Altar flowers were white carnations and ivy. Pews were marked by while satin bows. A | Wednesday, June 26, 1957 GREELEY green and while color scheme was I · used for the wedding. Jim Rucker 1 and John Tanner were acolytes. Miss Mary K. Swan was organist, playing the traditional wedding j marohp"; aM arrnrnpunvinz Vr« ' I Jerry Slunkel who sang Tr-c Lord's I [Prayer. j j As Ihe bride came doivn (he I I church aisle escorted by lior fa- j jlher, she made a lovely picture in. | her gown of hand-clipped i m ! j ported Ilosepoint lace and nylon | :iuiie mrr sat'n. It was floor length; with sweeping chapel train. The | gown was fashioned wilh-JonR torso,' cut to points front and back and ' voluminous skirt of cascade of deep j ruffles of alternating lace and I tulle in bark which followed the V outline of the bodice. The decol- lete, scalloped portrait neckline was outlined with seed pearls and opalescent sequins. The lonfi sleeves | ended in bridal points over Ihe wrists. Adding the final bouftant touch was a ruffled taffeta hoop underskirt. Matching the gown was j t h c bride's veil of .scalloped French i ! illusion, held in place by a cap of m I?!!^L2!!Li 3 L. E. Wyatts Have 50th Anni\ p crsarv oman 6 SAVE to 1 / 2 and More All this season's h i g h . and mid heel hits . . . wedges, flats . . .. calfs, straws, meshes, textures . . . white, beige, pastels, red, navy, black. All sizes included. reg. 12.95 Jacquelines reg. to 9.95 Connies Hurry! Most p o p u l a r styles, materials a n d colors! All sizes included! Special Group reg. to 12.95 3 SHOE DEPT. 818 Ninth St. Robert Allen Sarchet of Fort Lupton and his bride, tha former Miss Deanne Goetsch. Wedding candid by The Martins. lace, trimmed with seed pearls and opalescent sequins. Her traditional bride.'s articles included an opal ring, which she inherited from her maternal grandmother, and her Bible. Her bou- quel, a white orchid centering a cluster of feathered white carnations and velvet leaves with white satin streamers, adorned the cover of the satin and lace covered Bible. It was given to her by her aunt, Mrs. Chester Blood of Colorado Springs, on her seventh birthday. Attendants to the bride were: Miss Mary Miller, maid of honor; Mrs. Michael S. Gotlschalk of Colby, Kan!, cousin o£ the bride, ma Iron of honor; Mrs. Leo Goetsch ol Turner of Colby, Kan., John Guise and Mrs. Leola Molcsworth of Brewsler, Kan., and Robert Scriven and Janice Achziger ut Scotisbluff, Neb. The long, white linen covered Boulder and Mrs. Marno Goetsch ni Sterling, sisters-in-law of the bride and Mrs. David Wait of Fort Collins and Miss Carol. Sarchet, sisters of the groom, bridesmaids. Mrs Marno Goelsch and Miss Sarchet are also sorority sisters of the bride. Costumes of the six attendants were identical. The dresses were white pique fashioned "with long, sleeveless torso, full gathered skirt, scoop neck, and green piping accenting the hipline. They wore green halos with circular net veils, [ white leather and lucile slippers, white string gloves and single, strand pearl chokers- gifts of the bride. Completing (heir ensembles were round bouquets of marguerites and ivy, tied wihl green ribbon. James Sarchet of Fort Collins was his brother's best man. Ushers were Jon Ogden of Granby, fraternity brolher of the groom, David Wait of Fort Collins, and Marno, Leo and Jo Goetsch, brothers of the bride. The bride's mother was smartly attired in a dress of Wedgcwood blue over taffeta wilh celestial blue accessories. Mrs. Sarchet wore a pink brocade trumpet sheath and matching accessories. Both mothers' corsages were of pink roses. The green and white wedding theme was repealed in details of the reception which was held in Trinity's new parish hall following the ceremony with Shelton in charge. One hundred and Mrs. James seventy-five signed the guest book, kept by Mrs John Bullerweck, the former Jerre Frederiksen, who was married June 7. Out of state guests includ- ; ed Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schlichcr of iHoxie, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. B. A. I FORMALS FOR RENT OR SALE Matching Hcadplecel, Brldil VellB, etc. Call mornings or after 4. 1415 10!h Avenue. iride's table was centered wilh the ive-tiered while wedding cake. It was topped by white carjialions and net and encircled at the base wilh vhite carnations and ivy. Double! silver candelabra holding while apers were on either side. There I were two punch bowls. Floating in each were an iced fruit ring and carnations. Green mints and while napkins farthered the color molif. White net bags filled with rice, made by an aunt of Ihe groom, Mrs. Mel Sarchet of Keenesburg, were given to the guests by the groom's sister, Linda Sarchel. Mrs. Sarchet also cut the cake assisted by Mrs. Duane Flack'of Fort Collins, the former Colleen Barnett of Greeley.. Mrs. James Sarchet of Fort Collins and Miss Calhy Connell of Denver, college roommate of the bride, presided at the punch bowJs. The bride's going away outfit was black silk and cotton scoop necked sheath, worn with a gray! and plaid jacket trimmed in white. Her accessories were while and her corsage was the while orchid from her bouquet. The Sarchcts spent a brief honeymoon in Denver and the mountains and then returned lo Greeley. They: are al home in aparlmenl 14 o f ' Campus court at 1726 Eighth avenue. · The bride, a 1955 graduate o f j Greeley High school, is a senior x- j ray technology student at Weld County General hospital. She al- lendcd Colorado Stale University for a year and was a member ofj Kappa Alpha Thela sorority and Spur, national sophomore women's honorary. The groom was graduated from riatieville High school in 1953. When he received his degree al the June 7 commencement at CSU he was also commissioned a second lieulenanl in Ihe air force. While in college he was a member of Acacia fralcrnily, Sludenl Icgisla- lure, Inler-Fralernily council and Arnold Air society and wasian of- j ficer in the Sludenl Polilical party. He is now employed at Monfort's feed lots, north of Greeley. Prenuplial parlies for the bridal j pair included '.he rehearsal d i n n e r ' Saturday evening al the Goelsch family home. Covers were laid for 21 guests. First mechanized troops in the | U. S.' Army were in 1899 when ', several units were niounled on ! bicycles. Then came automobiles, '· tanks and, today, paralroop planes. | USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS L.C-L: E. M':-i::, EC- , J Greeley family, and Ihe formci ; · Dlr.nchp Andrews, who were m a r - ' ! ricd here June 26. 1907 at the home l o t her parents at 718 -Fifteenth ! street, celebrated their colden wed i j i l i n g anniversary al Salinas, Calif. ' :today (Wednesday). · j \Vyalt, WIIL bc;an nts UJntini] | career nl Ihe Rreel'-y National I i when he was IS. rc'irrd a year ,igo as president of the Salinas bank but continued on the board of directors. He lefl (Ireelcv al the s t a l l of World W.nr I to join hi? wile in California where sl'e had gonr In improve iier health. They lived ?t I Oakland, Berkeley, Stockton, Man[ tcca and Sim Francisco hcforc lo- fc.ilinfj at Salinas whon (he h:mk j w a s opened in 1929. Wyalt served as vice president until 194G when | he became president of the hank. j M r s . Wyal! was a little girl when I she i-itiiic lo GrCL'k'y willi. her fain- I ily. She went Ihrouph jrnde and high school here and was a mil- Miner al Ihe time of her marriage. She inherited her talcnl with the needle from her mother who was famous as a drcssniLkcr. A few scars after she was married she slarled working for Hie Grpeley Tribnne as a reporter, llor sister, Edna, was employed by Ihe Tribune for many years as was her 'brother. Ray. WyMI is one o! the [stockholders ol the Tribune. It was one of the holiest days of the yenr when a large crowd gathered at the Andrews home for the wedding. Anna Carlcr Moodic, sislcr-in-law of Mrs. Agnes Nusbaum, was Mrs. Wyatt's a t t e n d a n t . Mrs. Nusbaum, Grcclcy pioneer, died a year ago al the age of 93. Best man to the groom was Harry Youngs, who had a haberdashery next to the Greeley National bank. Aflcr Mrs. Wyall regained her hcallh in California she was active in the Red Cross and was a Gray Lady at the Salinas hospital. She has long been ii prominent DAR and served for some years as nation:;! secretary. Mrs. Wyall is a past matron of Garden City ciiaptcr of Order of Eastern Star and still retains her mcmbchship here. Mr. and Mrs. \Vyatl owned a , large borne in Salinas anr"- A sues! j house adjoining it. They 'disposed | ot this property snd arc now l i v i n s : in a duplex at 1 San Itamon circle j in Salinas. Later they will m a k e j iheir home most of the year a t ' Ben Lomond in Santa Cruz county. ] Neither Wyall nor his wife w o r f j well enough to have a celebration on their fiftieth wedding anniversary. They had hoped lo invite around 200 (ncnds to their home but their physician cancelled their i plass. Wyatt's only living relative is a · ister. Mrs. George (Hilda) Cox o f , Greeley. The house where she and | her husband reside at 1206 Tenth! street is the old Wyatt family home ! and I,oui5 Wyatt was born there. Mrs. Cora Goodwin His Thimblt Club Mrs. Cora Gocdn-in of 1018 Eighteenth avenue entertained member of the- Thimble club of Ihe Neighbors of Wooderatl Tuesday Mrs. Ruby Coburn a.^isied io serving Ihe ile.iserl. Monio Carlo u h i s t was Junior Old Timers To Instill Fridiy Union Pacific Junior Old Timers club of I.n Salle will hold, an installation dinner danc.e Friday evening at Judy's Supper club at Platteville. Dinner is planned al 7:30 o'clock and will be followed l)y the installation ceremony and dancing. Lloyd Higgins of l.a Salle is chairman of the affair. Hich score «vnl to Mrs. J'.ella ; Seaglp; second. Mrs. E t t a brand; and low, Mrs Bertha Lutes, playi-d ; Tnc club wU | vacation until Sep- i USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Get the deal of the year...see your Ideal time to save on a big new Plymouth is now. Your Plymouth dealer's sizzling sales enable him to be even more generous than usual. If you want to enjoy the miracle comfort of Torsion-Aire Ride ... and other 3-years- ahead features ... and get the year's best deal besides... See you r PLYMOUTH DEALER- HE WENT TO SEE THE Why Ml BiloT tea motion ta eomlort? 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