Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1962 · Page 3
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.1 «ei--Mr. and Mrs. Jake Krieger of 2124 7th St. Road announce the engagement of their daughter. Mary Lou, to Norman Everett Jakei, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jakel of Johnstown. Miss Krieger is a 1962 graduate of Greeley High School where the was active in Pep Club, Safety Pins and Red Cross. Jakel is a 1(69 graduate of Roosevelt High School at Johnstown and is now employed at the Johnstown Sugar Factory. . Wedding plans are indefinite. Kadlecek Photo. 'Social Briefs : Mr». Edward Van Bebrr. Dis- \\TUt No S W»ii«lt oC VFW A'JI- ary and Mri. Tom Squibb, dis- ict secretary, and their hus- wnds attended a Christmas tur- ey dinner given by the VFW at -afayette. Mrs. Van Brier and Urs. Squibb, MUs Judy Van Be- xr and Kay Finnigsmeir attend- I a Founders Day luncheon at )enver recently. Twenty-three members of the b'V enjoyed a dinner and iristmas party at the DAV Hall, ta Mae Malcolm conducted the usiness meeting. Maude Fine as in charge of the program, 'rs. Ruby Cole accompanied by rs. Dan Wallace sang several iristmas songs. Mrs. J. B. Grif- :h gave several short readings nd Alice Harris read in artiale Christmas. Annette Morris eceived the club gift. Members xchanged gifu. King's Daughters Class of the irst Methodist Church had hristmas party at the home of Irs. R. G. McEwen with Mrs a Boris assisting. Mrs. Blanche sattley. presided. P. A. Kirton ave devotions for his wife who ·as unable to attend. He reat rom Scripture and the group anR Christmas carols. Mrs. J. B Iritfith. Mrs. Bernice Sirity and Kirton read stories. Kersey Grange Hall was the scene of the Grange's annual Christmas dinner. Hie Home Economics group revealed lecret xls with Christmas cards and landkerchiefs. GilU were ex- hanged. Bunco was played with igh going to Orval Hoff; low.to Sd Cox: high to Mrs. Reuben Herbst: and low to Mrs. Ed Cox. 'ext meeting will be covered lish supper Jan. 3, at the Hall it 7 p.m. The regular card party will be Saturday at 8 p.m. Host- sscs will be Mrs. Zarbock and Irs. Herbert Schotl. CNCACED - Mr. ana Mrs. Carl F. Pearsen Jr. of 17« 35th Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Gail, to Larry Morehead. son of Mr. and Mrs Harland Morehead of 2128 6th Ave. Miss Pearsvn is a senior at Groeley High School. Morehead is a 1959 graduate of Grw- ley High School and has been employed at the Johnstown Sugar facton- since that lime Wedding plans are indefinite. Kadlecek photo. At Hospital DlrmUwd from Weld Count Genera! Hospital Friday, Dec. 28 Susjn Tarrant. 2332 24th St.; Bal «tta Caranci. 1207 27th St ; Joe John Bechlel, 2455 22nd Ave Janls Williamson. 2615 2IM Ave Mrs. Henry Schmidt. 3011 Suns Dr.; Edwin Potter, 3003 llig Drive; Robert S. Latham, St. A bany, Oregon. Clxdc Wright, R J; Mrs. Lelloy Ewcrli and dauij ter, Wifgms; Mrs. Eugene Milk 1 (Evening Belles Install (Officers for New Year Evening Belles Toastmistreis' Club held installation of the newi officers at the Lakeshore Supper! Club on Wednesday evening. | Members and guests were greet-j ed by the out-going president. 1 Mrs. Earl Hurt. Mrs. William] Osborn was mistress of ceremon-' ies for the evening and introduc-j i tions were made by divulging the nicknames of those present. Table-topics consisted of "Resolutions you would like someone 'else to make." Those participating jwere Mrs. Ted McPherson, Mr. ]and Mrs. Les Ward. Mrs. John ;Lee and Mrs. Lois Lynn. | Installing officer was Mrs. Ear! Wells, who used the theme of candles to light the way to opportunity. Mrs. Lynn, the new president has chosen "Opportunity" as her theme for the ensuing term. Other officers installed were Mrs. Merlin Grice, vice-president; Mrs. Stanley Balcomb, secretary; and ] LMrs. Ted McPherson, treasurer, i I Those attending were Mr. and { J.Mrs. Earl Hurt and son. Bill; Sat- D«f. 29. T962 GREELEY TRIBUNE P«* 5 jChristian Women's Fellowship , ; To Have Luncheon Thursday Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church will have a luncheon meeting at 12:30 p.m.. Ttiurwlay in the Fellowship Hall with members of Group 1. Mrs. Stanley Balcumb. chair-, man, as hostesses. Reservations may be made with group leader's '"' or the church office. Program will feature reports from CWF delis' : ;ates to the 1962 International Convention of Disciples of Chris! in JDS Angeles with special music by Mrs. Wayne Grant. Nursery will be provided. BRIOE-ELECT-Mr. and Mrs. Roy Elliston of Eaton announce the engagement of their daughter, Jo Ann Kay, to Thomas John Seela. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Seela of 1303 33rd St. Miss Elliston is a 1962 graduate of Eaton High School and attended I Greeley Commercial College during the summer. Seela is a 1959 graduate of Evans High An early May wedding is planned. Winder photo. MM. Rrimi V. SchMMw. K*«*«k pM.. 300 Attend Candlelight Wedding 01 Ann IMTY Worthy Advisor Reigns As Queen Di Ann Seery, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joe Seery of west oi and ilcughlor. Gill; Mri deraid! Ealon ' was crowne) f"«i of U Hall a.m daughter, Fort Morgan; Mrs. Thomas L. Smith and son 2221 10th Are.: Mrs. Kenneth Krq.s. Eaton; Mrs. Miguol Ben. ivides, Ault: l-arry Chell, 2429 24th St. Hd.: Dr. William BviM-y. Fort Collins; Ricky Urhring. 192! Cherry Ave.: Michael Degek. Grove"; Thcrc.va Soliz, 912 D St Eaton Rainbow Girls at the forma Christmas dance lut week at the Eaton IOOF Hall. Miss Seery is worthy adviso of the Eaton Assembly and was **· "* elected queen by the girls. She'" 1 * soic formal wedding gown wit Ever use the individu dented sponge cakes, widely available and inexpensive, for fiaked Alaska? A scoop nf ice cream goes into the indention, tiled cake and ice- o'e.-im arc covered with a M i f f meringue 12 tnblcspoiins Mig.'ir to 1 ccc. white* and the combination is hakrd in a very lint nven '50(1 drum's' for i to 5 mimilcs. A shrub uith [Minimi: ml hrarls was bronchi lo Ihc 1'tilled States in IB!? by Or. .lni-1 Uobrrls I'ninsrtl. I ' . S. minister lo Mes- ico. anil fiivrii his name. j tia. HmVENT AWNINGS ELCAR FENCE CLIFTOI^Sl HOME SERVICE 3S2-600S is a senior at Eaton High School. A red and white cro*n, sparkling with sequins, was placed on Ihc queen's head by the Eaton Itainbow Dad. Paul McClure, in Ihe presence of 50 couples. Other candidates who served as attendants were Carol Ann ^Imeidcr. a senior at Eaton; Judy Simpson and Uena Neihausc.Hhe bride carried a white orchi »th juniors at Ault; and Barbara nestled in red baby rases. IMessr. and Mmes. William Os- s,, hool and is nm . , ovw , by »rn; Earl Wells; Stanley Bal- Co | orado pi lines a , G ' , : omb; Ted Ross; Ray Hicks: Mer- · . . . · in Grice: Henry Buss; John Lee: Irs. Ted McPherson; Mrs. Lois 5hella; Mr. and Mrs. Les Ward; lomer Proctor; and Mrs. Lois -ynn. Next regular meeting will be Jan. 9. at the home of Mrs. Grice, 2532 141 h Ave. Court at I p.m. a candlelight ceremony at Savior's Lutheran Church, liss Carol Ann Morey, daughter ·A Mr. and Mrs. Herberi L. Morey f 2912 W. 12th St. Road, became he bride of Robert V. Schneider f Chicago. 111., son of Mr. and Irs. Victor Schneider of west of ireeley, Saturday evening. Three hundred attended the » 'clock wedding signing the guest wok before entering the sanctu- ry. Presiding at the book was liss Janice Wegenast of Wavery, Iowa, daughter of a former jastor of Our Savior's. Double ring nuptial vows were exchanged in a Christinas setting which included two decorated and ighted Christmas trees at the ront of the church. Altar vases wld red poinsettias. Pews in the center aisle were marked with wws and sprigs of holly atlachec o two branched candle holders in which white tapers burned. On each side of the sanctuary was a ·even-branched candelabra with lighted taperi. 1t» *Mar w» nlUy lighted ky the glow of its two candles, tha of » tapers in four candelabra two on either side, and the bride' candle which was placed on separate *tand. CandleliglXer were Mis* Janice Wasinger in Mi« Marshal Morey. cousins the bride, both of Denver. Before the ceremony, at whic the Rev. Richard Bunge offic ated, Robert Laubhan sang "Be- caus*," and at the close "Th Lord's Prayer." Mrs. James A] bert was organist. Given in marriage by her fath white pea long sleeved molded bodice whic had a Sabrina neckline and clos ed down the back with tiny sc covered buttons. Front of the vo uminous skirt, with chapel train and the bodice wure trimmec with sequins and pearls. A crow of pearls held her fingertip ve of silk illusion. On a white Bibl Dill, n senior at Ault. The throne was white with a background winter scene and a Christmas tree on either side. Perorations for Ilir dance were in white and blue wilh two huge snmvmpn to follow the theme "White Christmas." Connie Manweilcr was genera chnii man for the dance. The Four Notes Trio of For Collins furnished the music. The bride's cousin. Mrs. Rid ard Cannon of Ault. was matro of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs Dave Dorland. Mrs. Bill Schmic of La Salle. Mrs. Kxi Chapman o ort Collins, Mrs Roland Newton Pueblo and Miss Margarel Volfe of Lompac. Calif. They ere atlired alike in red velveteen dresses, knee length, rec eiled hats and red shoes anc arried bouquets of a red poin- «ttia centered in white carna- ons. The dresses were stylec ·ith scoop neckline, long sleeves nd bouffant skirt. Vicky Schneider, sister of the jridegroom, and Shelly Cannon f Ault, cousin of the bride, we Tower girls. The rings w e r e carried by cousins of the bride, Mike Adkisson and Jeffrey Gurney. Best man was Alvin Schneider rf Boston, Mass., brother of the tridegroom. Groomsmen were James Morey irother of the bride. Patrick xmg of Chicago and L e r o - . 1 ames and Jack Schneider, broti ers of the bridegroom. Walter Hert Jr.. cousin of the wide, and V e r n o n Reichert, cousin of die bridegroom, were ushers. A mMIng rtceptloo was heH In Parish Hall of the church follow ing the ceremony. Afterwards the couple went to Denver, returning Christmas Evi U) be »ith their families. The left Thursday for Chicago wher they will be at home after Jan 1 at 6250 W. Mth Place. The bride's going »way outfi was a navy blue Italian knit suit white knit blouse, navy accessor ies and the white orchid from her bouquet. The bride was graduated from Greeley High School in 1959 and attended Colorado Stale CollegL one year, she has been employed for the past year at the Denver office ol the FBI and has been transferred to the Chicago office The bridegroom is employed in Chicago at Western Felt Works having worked there for the pas two years. He is a 1958 graduate of Windsor High School and at tended University of Colorado for one year. V\rs. Mary Alumbaugh . Elected President ! Sirs. Man- Alumbaugh was elected president of the GTC Club at a meeting at the Colony Room. n _.-_, D ..,,, _, _ ,,.. ,,. ., T DENVER APi -- The Denver : Other new officers are Mrs.;^ Kio Grdllde w ( ,, u , rn Railroad ,,, Denver was mida!tcrnoon Frid - , y Colorado News Briefs Myrtle Moore vice president: Buildin Mrs. Karo Bartholomew treasur- ic]eare1 a : and Mrs. Ralph Sjoberg. of ! Police evacuated about 500 per- Mrs. Ed Keever was a guest ol sons after they received an anony- the 21 members present. · · · After the banquet a gift exchange revealed secret pals. -Next meeting will be Jan. 2 3. at mous telephone call that a bonih hidden on the third floor wouM · explode about 2 p.m. : :· There was no explosion and po- the home of Mr«. I. W. Ferrell.'lice said a search" failed to "turn 818 3rd Ave., with Mrs. Irvinjup any trace of an explosive. Ferrell Jr.. assisting. A baked I " . ' food sale will be held and new officers installed. BITROTHED-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stull of Ault announce the engagement of then- daughter, Kathy. to Richard Sidwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sidwell of Carr. Miss Stull is a 1962 graduate of Ault High School where she was active in Pep Club, FHA, annual staff and worked in the office. Sidwell is n the registered Hereford and -·aching buiinws with hi« t«- ther and brothers, Harold and Walter. The wedding is beini planned for May. When you are preparing pumpkin pie. make sure that the pie dough shell that is to hold the pumpkin custard mixture has a high-standing rim. When ynu an baking a p p 1 dumplings, you'll find Dial pi dmiuh that is rolled iilxiut ' inch thick and nil into 6-incl squares will enfold apples th.i arc about 3 inrhos in 'Hr.mctcr The fruit fir the dumplinps shoiil of course he pared and rared. Cook and Boyes 880 No. llth Ava. Remodeling Special Winter Offering · Add it rnnm · Halhiomns · A w n i n g s · Violations B Hleclrical · 1'lumhinit · Sitlini; · Storm Windows 35' · IHscoiinl liy art ina; within ·" days. Special Consideration For Cath! Also, fitutncinR avnilahlc. No Down I' »s low RS $5 por month. Call Now 353-3877 A f l t r hours and Sunday* 1*2-B,V*1 Happy New Year Friends and Customers We Will Be CLOSED For Inventory Monday, Dec. 31 and Tuesday, Jan. 1 Curtis Shoe 926 Hh Ave. Jack and Jill Shop 930 9th Ave. The Art Shop 932 3th Ave. Stockman Western Wear 921 9th Ave. The Corset Shop Across from the Court Hotis* Kensington Club Has Christmas Party, Lunch Kensington Club members enjoyed their annual Chii party and turkey luncheon Camfield Hotel. A gift exchange and program v/as held in the Rainbow Room following the luncheon. Mrs. Q. T. Radnor was in large with the following mem- »rs participating: Mrs. Harvey enderson. "Lighting of the iristmas Tree;" Mrs. D. J. hull, "Eyes of a Child:" Mrs. )tm McKay. "The Night the An- ils Sang:" Mrs. Gertrude Camon. "Christmas of the Olden mes;" Mrs. Bernice Shirley. The Star Is Coming With Me;"" rs. Marion Bryan, "The Most *autiful Christmas" and "Early lopper." Mrs. Henry Koerner, "What iristmas Means"; Mrs. William flit. ''A Shepherd's Christmas on-;" Mrs. Car! T. Carlson. The Christmas Star;" Mrs. John emplin, "The Shepherd Who 'ould Not Go;" and Mrs, Radnor, The Gift of the Magi." Next meeting will be Jan. 1! t the home of Mrs. Shull of 1125 E. 20th St.. at 1:30 p.m. Ever serve bread-and-butter pudding with a fruit sauce? Ever add minced parsley la ' potato pancakes? This addition is . good for the pancakes made from- grated raw potatoes or the mash- cooked spuds. 'ast Presidents 'arley Has Party Past President's Parley had Siristmas party at the home Irs. Herman Corsberg with Rut Munz, Tom Squibb and Walte Loustalet assisting. Mrs. Munz read the prayer he month. A report on the V Vorkshnn at IVnypr u-ac t iv Mrs. Clarence Murch of Ea on. Mrs. Spencer Trent imroducec Irs. Corsberg who read. "GUI "rom the Desert" by Fred B Fisher, and sang several Chris mas carols. The group also san 'arols. Next meeting will be Jan. 16 it the home of Mrs. Georg Jrimsley of 215 2nd St., Eatoi Mrs. Murch and Mrs. Harol Basev will assist. Dutch-process cocoa f manu actured in a special way) ha more intense flavor than tfe reg ular-process cocoa. INCLUDES * cUoning, *itiitf, poiitfcing * ·djvitiflf, tfoctricol t * Fully guorcntttd by Af»w ico't k»rgMt jtwiknl * ONE LOW FIICE f*r «n r ttef«iofd watch PK rwr Mtck h lii btMt «f «prtt! Ith'l OflftMM «1( Ikl lll.ll Ktvttftt ^ti|M«, HflMWf «H HMllJ pirlt i Mntpi^ «4 Mwi ** Mil umiSKIM EI1U 1Z ALE'S 106 Ith Street Open Monday ind Friday NlQhtl T i l l 8:30 p.m. Reed P. Adamton THE YEAR THAT YOU ALLOWED A year agn. O God. we asked . . . Thf chance to start anew . . . And try to live a better life . . . To please and honor You , . , We wanted twelve more months in, which . . . To show iiow much we meant . Our g r a t i t u d e for all the grace . . . .1 no benefits You SPDI ... To htrld a berter world ai last , . . 'A'ith tolerance and peace . . . W h e r e understanding would prevail . . . And kindness would increase . . . And now the door is dosing on ... The year that You allowed . . . And lookinp at the record. God . . . We do not feel so proud . . . Rut we are still courageous and . . . Determined to advance . . . And in this hour we would like . To have another chanve. Member of tht Order of tht Golden Rule 9th H. Ross Adamson Adamson Mortuary ti« AWA A i. CA.L c*. i j ii i i . _ _ _ * Are. at 5th St. 24 Hour Ambulance Sem'ce Phone 353-1217 PENNEY'S 60:' F? A N N I V E R S A R Y OPEN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2ND 'TIL 8:30 P.M. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31st TIL 3:30 WAIT!!! PENNEY'S GIANT WHITE GOODS EVENT STARTS JANUARY 2nd! Don't make a move till you ste Pennty'i terrific values! ·7

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