Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 2, 1970 · Page 8
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P««« 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Tues., June 2, 1970 Ann Tiemann Betrothal Revealed Mr. and Mrs. A. E. (Tony; Tiemann of 1918 19th Ave., an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Ann, to Richard M Pellett, son of Capt. and.Mrs W. H. Pellett of Virginia Beach Va. ..Miss Tiemann was graduated from Greeiey Central -High School in 1967. She is now a senior at the University of Colorado, where she is majoring in journalism and is a member of Chi Omega Sorority. Pellett is - a . senior business major at CU. and presently serves as president of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. The couple has made no definite wedding plans. Ml Festival Vomen's Day )esignated Monday, Oct 5, has been des- gnated as Women's Day in con- unction with the Fall Festi- al of the Greeley Centennial, n that day, a Tournament of ables will be held with a heme of "Yesterday, Today nd Tomorrow." All women's clubs of Weld ounty are invited to partici- ale in the event, and, in doing o, will be required to set up a ormal or informal table. Mone- ary prizes will be awarded for le table judged most popular y.the viewing public. Clubs who have not receive: jrevious information about the ay may contact Mrs. James V. Schell, 353-1455, or Mrs. Daid Bagley, 353-6777, for further information. Katharine Li Grange Betrothal Announced Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamor La Grange of Meeker announce Social Calendar Wednesday, June 3 1:30 p.m. Address on acci dental poisonings by Dr Daniel T. Tietelbaum, 4-H Building, Island Grove Park Everyone encouraged to at tend. Thursday, June 4 1 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid, Luther Hall. 1 p.m. Senior Citizens Club Recreation Center. 1 p.m. Busy Homemakers s p e c i a l craft workshop Kersey Town Hall. Pay fee before meeting. Bring scissor; and pliers. 1 p.m. Merry Matrons, luncheon,-Garden Kitchen. 1:30 p.m. First Christian Women's Fellowship, Group 7 hosting, at the church. Sue Ann Banner Married At St. Mary's Church Saturday, May 30, was the date chosen by Miss Sue Ann Banner and Don Hirschfield for their marriage at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Danner of Elgin, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. George J. Hirschfield of Eaton. The Rev. Charles Jones officiated at the double ring ceremony for which Miss Phyllis Sholwell was the organist and Vlickey Mizner was the vocal- st. Wedding selections included 'One Hand, One Heart" and 'Because" in addition to "The ,ord's Prayer" and the theme from "Romeo and Juliet." . The church was decorated with pink, rose and green candles in seven-branch candelabra Mrs. William Haskell Foard- (Photo Art photo) Catherine Belle Knight Wed to William H. Foard Miss Catherine Belle KnighUMo., maternal grandmother ofl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.!the bridegroom, and_ Mrs. F Children Cost WASHINGTON - A child who ·eached age 18 in 1969 probably :ost his parents $16,000 to 520,000 for his first 18 years if ·aised at a low-cost but a d e q u a t e level, U. S. A g r i c u l t u r e Department economists say. BONN -- Over $5 billion worth of goods was exchanged ictween West Germany and the United States last year, a lost-war record. U. S. imports .olaled $2.7 billion, exports $2.0 billion. at either side of the altar, and an arrangement of daisies, roses and gladioluses in pink, rose and lighter pink shades on the altar. The bride- wore a gown of white dotted swiss, with empire bodice trimmed with Venise lace at the neckline, on.j the long puffed sleeves and cuffs, and the hem of the gown. She also wore a full-length veil of illusion held in place by « single cabbage rose of white dotted swiss. Her bouquet was arranged with orchids and ivy. The maid of honor was Pat Danner, of Washington, D.C., a sister of the bride, and Sue Noll of Elgin, 111., was the bridesmaid. They were dressed alike in pink floral print on green dotted swiss background, fashioned with long puffed sleeves, empire bodices marked with pink ribbon, and pink dotted swiss headpieces, similar io the one worn by the bride, but without a veil. A cluster of pink daisies completed the attendants' ensemble. Craig Dewars was the groomsman and Don Beier and Larry Mackey of Scottsbluff, Neb., were Ihe ushers. Following a receplion in Ryan Hall, the bride and groom left for a honeymoon trip to Yellowstone Park, and later will go to St. Paul, Minn., to make a home by July 13. For traveling the bride selected a Mn. Don HirKhfield-(Mark«y photo) beige and red polk-a-dot A-line dress with matching vest. The new Mrs. Hirschfield was graduated from University ot Northern Colorado last Saturday morning with a degree in elementary education. She was a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority. Hirschfield also was graduated from UNC Saturday morning with a degree in business. He is affiliated with Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity. Club. 7:30 Dan Knight, 2416 13th St., and William Haskell Foard, son of Mrs. A. R. Ormand of Colorado Springs, and the late C. E. Foard, were married Friday evening, May 29, at the Latter Day Saints Institute. Garth Eldridge officiated at the double 2 p.m. La Grange Country rit]g cerernony which was at- p.m. Gloria Christ! Lutheran Ladies Guild, at the church. 7:30 p.m. Barbara Frietchie Tent No. 11, Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, regular meeting. ivere used as the floral accents 'or the wedding. Miss Claudia Sitzman at the organ accompanied Miss Joyce Langham as she sang "Hawaiian Wedding Song." Fiesta Days Queen Now Being Sought Applicants are now being sought for the Fiesta Days Queen compelilion, in conjunc- the engagement. . of Iheirition with the Colorado Slate daughter, Katharine Rose, to'Fair. John Allen Achziger, son of Mr.i Any girl between the ages of and Mrs. John Achziger of 1804 ]g through 22 and complying Fairacres Road. | w ith other qualifications, is M i s s La Grange wasj e ijgpji e . graduated May 27 from the Applications and other in- F5r her wedding Ihe bride ^ t^J^m! SSS ^g^Sed wilh°a f Afield HW/Uo. at f iewel neckline and long, full - - - ...rr- - - _ engineering, in May, 1970. He University of Colorado, with a major in sociology. Achziger Will be graduated from CU's School of Business in August. The couple plans to be married Aug. 16 in Colorado Springs. A small magnifying glass in the glove compartment of your car can be a great vacation help. It's handy for reading maps. formation may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Hermelinda Vigil, 1129 Spruce Street Pueblo, 81004. 544-9662. All applications must be in by June 17. .ended by 30 guests. Blue and white carnations be at nomc af | er Jutle 10. IA. Flint of Auburn, Calif., maternal grandmother of the bride. After the wedding supper, the bride changed to a brown linenj suit complemented by an o r , ange blouse and scarf, white, accessories and white rose cor-j sage, for a honeymoon in the| Colorado mountains before going to Chicago where they will The new Mrs. Foard attended Greeley West High School and I will g'raduate from Colorado j School of Mines in June, 1971. She is a member of the So-i sleeves with three-bulton cuffs, slightly gathered skirt trimmed with appliqued lace al Ihe temline, as well as on the cuffs and neckline. She wore a pearl-studded crescent pin which had belonged to her grandmother and also had been worn by her mother at her wedding. Her bouquet was a colonial arrangement of white roses with blue carnations. A is a chemical engineer for| Universal Oil Products. Rock Cornish game hens can be cooked like broiler or fryer c h i c k e n s , says the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Meat cooked at low to I moderate temperatures is more! . . ' roses \viin uwt: cauidiiuiib. t\ , . . . , n ,, rt _f M i small arrangement of roses and tcnder JU '? yllandtna S ^ 1 Wonder where the color went? Try dying faded curtains, then trim with matching cotton hall fringe or a colorful daisy border. New Homes and Apartments Feature Laundry Upstairs Home laundry is moving from|construction. It is estimated sixpence in her shoe to complete her ensemble. The maid of honor, Bccki Ann Knight, a sister of the bride, was dressed in powder blue dacron voil flocked with daisies and made like the bride's go\^n. Her colonial bouquet was blue and white carnations and ribbon and the garland for her hair was of blue carnations. J. Phillip Foard served as best, man for his brother, and Daniel Knight, brother of Ihe bride, escorted the guests to their places. After the ceremony, a wedding supper was served al Ihe LDS Ward. Special guests.were Mrs. Mary Short of Concordia, Co n s u m e r and Marketing Service. There is more meat to serve because there is less shrinkage at low temperatures. GIFTS · · FOR EVERY OCCASION T,nrc:o s e l P c t i on of cards, on miles, Westmoreland and Pilgrim plans. P o s t e r s a n d plaques. ACCENTS, Ltd. Hillside Shopping Center the basement to its own room 7,000,000 aparlmenl unils will be 10 upstairs constructed during the decadeI,J; The "In" thing with new of the 70's. A high proportion'" home builders is a special room;of these will be the "garden" designed lo accomodate a! apartment variety with built-in washer, dryer, sewing cabinet, i wr.-sher-dryer facilities, a desk and a work table. This utility area, often ^ Builders also are making referred to as a Moms Room,;^ provisions for a utility oriis expected to make the : j laundry room in new apartment' homemaker's washing chore., -- - I m u c h easier. Certainly, it willj'a I reduce a lot of running from ; J one room to another. it( Best Loser! According to some room % ilplanners a laundry centerjV ;! situated near the bedroom and % is always convenient 'S Audition up and coming Sportives- Elsie Kolacny "' ' ' bath are; isince most soiled clothes ac-:((, ! cumulate there. :jj i j j r r. I Consider, too, a laundry? AQQ ITeSn I combined with a recreation j» 'room. Mother may watch small\j) children while doing the laun-;^ dry, or teenagers can play ping'J pong, darts or a favorite game ·' of the moment while the p-|^ plianccs are taking care of their-S clothes. I(L The homemaker who loves lojj be surrounded by flowers and\:r plants may want lo combine the % laundry area with a greenhouse\S i»v inonos background. A garden themeilt, lon'th by be-; tan be easily achieved with a j j talents to your Wardrobe Plotting! ,, the i i l m - n d j lattice w , rk divider between the Swim Club. She joined the Club Appliances and a greenhouse,^ February 2.'ith of this yeiir| arca j n f r o nt of a large window.!^ Culotte -- $12 Dac/on tops -- $7 .and since 'that time she mis lost a i'otal of I9',i ' "*_» Greenery and foliage provider^ ^ ii , )un ',"J Ihe colorful atmosphere. · \j 'the'cinii! A "Mudroom" with an outside-^ imTpnspil I entrance, according lo home:jj iiinly rn-j] a u n d r y specialists, is con-|j? \v-pii:hi ^-jsjdered an advanlgcous spot,^ i iiii^s'in'i'KHi'iK''' 01 ' " 10 washer and dryeri^) risht llr ^. "TM|'| V".! .n.Jiis fur in -i especially when (here are formation. Most pnnpln p;iy $1" children, prr month fur iin imiivirtiiai Th c washers and dryers a r c / p l n n n n d '12.:.» pfr m o n t h f°r a vailablc in colors to fit inlofe '" ''any decorating scheme. 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