Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 29, 1962 · Page 5
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 5

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, December 29, 1962
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[Coming Events MON'DAY- Hki. annual New Year's Eve dance, 10-1:00; Gary Browning's orchestra; breakfast a f t e r da ace. Country Club, annual New Year's Eve dinner dance. American Legion, dance. 9:301:30; music by Silvertoaes. favors. VFW. dance. 9:00-1:30; music by Glen Wolfe and the Chesterfield Kings. Moose Lodge, dance, 9:30-1:30; music by Emmet Korst. favors. MM. Urry Brl«i CWwin Barbara Lea Barnura Is Bride Mr. and Mrs. Bert F. Barnum of 2470 25th Ave., announce the marriage of their daughter, Barbara Lea, to Larry Brian Godwin, son of .Mrs. Helen Godwin of Amarillo, Texas and Lester Barry Godwin of Hereford. Texas. The double ring ceremony look place Saturday at the First'Meth- odist Church of Boulder with the Hev. William 0 Bvrd officiating. Mrs. Martha Edwards, organist, played traditional wedding music and accompanied Mrs. R. C. Godwin, sister-in-law of HIP bridegroom, who sang "AI Dawning" and "The Lord'? Prayer". Tin) third stanza of "At Dawning" was especially written by the bridegroom to honor his bride. A large arrangement of while carnations and stock flanked b; white Upcrs decorated Ihe altar Red |»inscttias decorated Die altar rail. White salin bows centered with gold and fuchsia carnations marked the family pews The bride, given in marriage bj her father, wu gowned In Chan Ully lace over bridal satin styled on princess lines with Ihc sleeves ending in prints over her hands The lace sc.illops formed the neck line. Her chapel train was o bridal »atin and the elbow length veil of tulle fell from a pear trimmed Chantilly Ince cap. Her jewelry was a strand of matched pearls, a gift of th? groom. The bride also wore a gold and cameo : : bracelet loaned to her by her ; maternal grandmother. The bracelet had been a gilt from Ihc bride's grandfather In her grandmother and was over 50 years The bride's bouquet was of carnations and old white feathered stephanotis. Miss Joyce Chinn, the bride's] roommate, served ai maid of honor. She wore fuchsia brocaded satin fashioned wilh boat neckline and bell-shaped skirl. Her flwrt veil was of fuchsia net trimmed with tiny fuchsia hows. HIM- cascade bouquet was ol gold carnations. Miss Kalhy Kemper of Pomona, Calif., nnd Miss Mary Richardson of Pnln Alto, Calif., served as iridcsmaids. They wore identical dresses of antique gold brocadei satin fashioned with boat neck ines and bell shaped skirts. They wore short veils of gold net Irim mod with tiny gold bows. The) carried cascade bouquets of fuch sia carnations. Phil Scott ol Amarillo, Texas acled as best man and Jeff Stew art of Amarillo, Texas and Byron Barnum of Greeley. brother of the bride, served as ushers. Aller tin- ceremony a reception ras held in the church parlor. The brido traveled in a turquoise and black suit. Her accessories were black and she wore a white feathered carnation corsage from her bridal bouquet. After a t\vo week Iwneymoon in Hawaii the bridal couple will :x at home al 440 Laguna PI. Apt. JOG in Boulder. The b r i d e is a graduate of Claremont High School in Clare- monl, Calif., nnd is at present a junior at Uio University of Colorado. Godwin It · graduate of Amarillo High School of Amarillo. Texas and is also a junior at C.U. Mrs. Helen Godwin entertained the wedding party lor dinner at the I Jimp Post in Boulder after, the wedding rehearsal. Mr. and I Mrs. Barnum were hosts lo the! families and attendants at lunch-! eon prior lo the ceremony. God win's bachelor dinner was held at Ihe Gold Hill Inn and Miss Barnum entertained her attendants for branch at the Terrace. Miss Barnum was honored by her friends in Boulder wilh a lingerie shower. The Play's The Thing WINNIPEG IAP) - Rosemary Graff, when she isn't churning out advertising copy for a de- lartment store, writes, acts in and directs her own plays. She became her own director recently when the new venture theater here staged her one act comedy "Birthday Blues." Miss De Gr.'ifJ. who says she las been doing creative things since she was 10. tried to earn ler living by writing during one year, but found the going rather rough. She now confines her writing to two or three evenings a i week. She currently is working on a novel and a three-act play, neither of which she is prepared to di-scuss because "talking about them lakes the bloom off when I sit down to write." Among her efforts have been radio plays for the CBC's Prairie Playhouse and Halifax Theater, as we! as a number of poems and short stories. Wardrobe Magic PRINTED PATTERN Social Briefs Pamper Husband/ Forget- Dishes ST. LOUIS AP) - A French fashion designer says women i should not "spend the evening i hours doing dishes when their 'husbands are at home." I Mrs. Claude Riviere says "the idishes can be done the next morn- ling. ! If the dishes must be done in 1 be evening the least a woman can 1 do is be careful of her clothes. And if a husband won't help with tht dishes, Mrs. RJviere says, he should help his wife pick her clothes. "Husbands usually have good ideas about what looks attractive on their wives, and can help with acH-ice." The designer and her husband, jlove manufacturer Lionel Le Grand, were in St. Louis during a tour of the United States. "I design clothes lor the woman who wants to keep her figure. Very often she is a matron who realizes how important this a. Anyway, no woman is ever old. She may change, yes, but she always has something lovely about her. There is beauty in every age," Mrs. Riviere says. Speaking of women and the way they dress, Mrs. Riviere says: "The women I do not criticize are those who cannot help themselves. Russian women, for instance, do not have fine shops. They must choose from poor stock in which certain articles are al! the same size, and so on. "But in countries like the Unitec States and France, where there is an abundance of fashionable clothes, 1 do riot see why some women dress in a careless man ome of Diann and Linda French.| ner - 1 "'ink it's a matter of let )iann French, as part of herl' lin S yourself think you are too iflh year foods project, made ' irei to do this or that. Young nd served refreshments and also marr ied women, especially, ge into this habit, and soon they just don't care. "In France, women are fortunate enough to have more serv- ENGAGEMENT of Rita Jo Schaeffer to Richard Rigg, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rigg of 1612 llth St.. has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schaeffer Jr. of La Salle. Miss Schaeffer is a senior at Valley High School. Rigg is a 1962 graduate of College High School ami is now attending Electronics School in Denver. Wedding plans are indefinite. Photo by Woods of La Salle. ome of Mr. and Mrs. Stow Wit- i-er. Guests at the supper were .lr. and Mrs. Robert Wardlaw and heir sons. John and Bobby. After he supper Wardlaw showed iin,, "The American Cowbov. Happy Hearts 4-H Club enjoy Christmas party recently at the iSat., Dee. 29 Page 5 lanned the games and decorated le table. Gifts were exchanged. Crow Creek 4-H Club held its mnual Christmas supper al the anls ant ' niore tenure tune than Mr. and Mrt. Btrrurd Martinez. Photo Arti Photo. Martinez-Bedan Vows Solemnized Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Martinez:ice and an overlay of lace. 1 pearl tiara held her waist-lengtl veil and she carried a bouquet o are now at home at 167 L'nion^ Ave., La Salle. following their Saturday at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church. The bride, the former Jo Ann tedan, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abel Bedan of La Salle. She attended school at San Luis and ir a 1960 graduate of Valley many American women. Yet some are too tired to change into a pretty dress when their husbands are at home. I also have heard American women say they can't wear pretty at-home clothes because they will ruin them when washing dishes." High School at La Salle. She isi guests at the Gilcrest School. Commerce now employed at La Salle Hard-1 .Linda and Sue Hicklin were lostcsst* to the Merry Maids 4-H ?lub at a Christmas oartv re-ij* u n * · cenlly. Mrs. Ross D. K^der/; 60 '*'*" Horle Award and the girls exchanged gifts and TAIPEI-A Golden Horse--Na- went Carolina. Elaine Anderson and Donna Chinese film, "The Stars, the Weld County Retired Teachers' Count them -- FOUR versions enjuyed their annual Christmns^of Ihe shenlh you love! Note dinner recently. Dr. Floy Barn-jpeplum belt-clever fashion ac- ard gave a reading. "A Candle in Ihe Forest." Mrs. Betty Carney. who was to give Ihc program, was dress-up silk. cessory that can be worn with any dress. Choose casual cotton, unable to attend. Mrs. Bessie Carlson gave a memorial for Gus- sic Whitcomb who died Nov. 30. Printed Pattern 4795: Misses' Sizes 10. 12. 14, 16. 18. 20. Yardages in pattern. Mrs. Carlson n-ad. "The IJfc Be-! Senri fifty cents in coins for vond " jthis pallern -- add 10 cents for ^^^^^^^^^--I each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send lu Anne Adams. iGreeley Tribune 3M) Pattern Dcpt.. West 17th St.. New York 11. N.Y. Print plainly name, address with sire nnd style number. Over 100 answers lo "what-to- wcar"--in our "e\v full color Fall- Winter Pattern Catalog. Casual, dressy, school -- all! Send now. Dorsey. junior leaders, showed 1 members of the Starduslers 4-H Club how to make mistletoe balls »l » recent party. Games were played and the Twilight Extension Club furnished refreshments. Hazelton 4-H Club entertained at Kenton Nursing Home recently On the program was group singing accompanied by Janet Rothe: an accordian solo by Joyce Sitzman; a piano solo by Donna Bowerman; a poem read by Bill Slreeb: a song by Vicki and Debbie Sinks. Linda and Sherry Hertzke and Janet Parsons accompanied by Lynette Rothe: piano solo by Elizabeth Henneck; tnim- pel solo by Kenny Rothe: and proup singing accompanied by Patty Salbcrg. The 4-H members then had their Christmas party and gift exchange at Franklin" School. At a recent family night. Glen Wilson presented achievement awards and installed the following! officers. Larry Rotlic. president"; Janet Rothe. vice president: Dorothy Hergenreder. secretary; Jerry McCloskcy, treasurer: Carol Rotlic. reporter, and Kathy Hergenreder, scraplwok. Moon and the Sun," produced in long Kong, as the best Chinese dramatic film of the year. AVOID F TRAGEDY! let us remount your diamond before you lose it You cnn rrplnoi n dinmc-nd (»t cotwidrrnlile cost) hilt yon ran never recover tho ncntim?nt nt- tnrhrd lo your onKinn! nlotie. Hove it ri'ftfl now in n Ixvuitiful new )nmgp Hlowom Kind. Hvid- srt Trrms AvnilaHp. l-'rco Hlng Imppclion nnd Cleaning. DIAMONDS SET WHILE YOU WAIT. Greeley Public Schools Lunch Menus for We«k Menus for Ihe week beginning Dec. 31 through Jan. 4: Secondary Schwh Monday: No School. Tuesday: No School Wednesday: Baked spiced luncheon meat- cranberry sauce; can- idled sweet potatoes; dill siaw with oil and vinegar dressing; glazed raisin batter bread and butter; applesauce; 4 pint whole milk. Thursday: American pizza; buttered whole kernel corn; spring alad with French dressing; bread and butter: bing cherries; "-i rat whole milk. Friday: Boston baked beans; jven grilled cheese sandwich; muttered chopped spin?ch; whole seach; strawberry ice cream; Vi lint whole milk Monday: No School. Tuesday: No School. Wednesday: Baked I fleet uncheon meat; candied sweet wtatoes; dill slaw with oil and vinegar dressing; buttered slice of raisin batter bread; applesauce; "i pint whole milk. Thursday: American pizza; but- .ered whole kernel corn; spring salad with French dressing; bread and butter sandwich available; bing cherries; Vj pint whole milk. Friday: Boston baked beans; buttered chopped spinach; whole peach; peanut butter sandwich; strawberry ice cream; - pint whole milk. Secondary schools s e r r e a choice of whole milk, either plain or chocolate, daily. Elementary schools serve plain whole milk daily with chocolate milk availabel one day each week. white roses. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mares, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, were honor attendants. Following the ceremony, a but- New College BELFAST-Selectiou of Derry as the site for Northern Ireland's second university was advocated by Mr. H. M. D. McWiiliam, dir- fet dinner was served to 150 ector of Londonderry Chamber of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Martinez of Gilcrest are parents of thcj jridegroom. He is a graduate of Gilcrest High School and is now a unior at Colorado State College majoring in foreign languages. He also employed part time at Western Wood Products at La Salie. The Rev. Mario Veska officiated at the single ring service. tionalist China's version of Oscar--has been awarded to the There were 75 guests present to see the bride given in marriage by her father. The bride wore a street-length gown fashioned with a fitted bod- Do you make New Year's resolutions, perhaps the same ones year after year, only to give up by Feb. 1? Here is our list of "good resolutions 1 probably won't be able to keep this year, either." Not to buy any more fabric, no mailer how much I like it, until that dravverful is made up. To answer all letters promptly --within a month of receiving Jiem. does more-faster, easier than any other portable typewriter only P" week To find the 56.09 error in m\ checkbook. You can add your list of reso-l So complete.sitPconvenienf. »· can only be compared to modern office typewriters Mat are tar more expensive! lutions to these few, but remember it is better to make one or Not to join one more club, grotip.itwo resolutions that you really class, circle or association. Imight keep than a long list tha't To clean out the glove compart-I' ou can-t remember anyway. ! ment of my car. j In the passing of the old year.! To learn'how to parallel park. h ve fecl a de *P senst of grat'itude! To entertain more -- juM nc 1CVI a utrvp fidUit O f o r l f or the loyalty of the people of fun. not to repay "obligations." To learn to like eggplant. To clip ail the items 1 want .. B ,. p from back issues of favorite mag- families, our homes If you want to use packaged custard-flavored dessert mix in making Trifle, (he English dfs- scrt. make up the mix according to package directions. Thrn after Ihe dessert has set. it with a rotary bonier 'hand or electric* to make it soft custard sauce consistency. Greeley and Weld County. As the New Year dawns, we offer the resolution, that we make it one of great importance to our and our com- Imunitv. To sort that bushel o( vacation; slides and not to show Ihem to a Grated lemon rind soul unless he begs for them, flavor to plain sponge cake. PENNEfS gives fine! "Everything for the Office" 1303 Eighth Avenue 60» A N N I V E R S A R Y OPEN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2ND 'TIL 8:30 P.M. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31st TIL 5:30 COMPLETE LUNCHEONS Sundays -- Storting at Noon Served Daily, Starting at 11 a. m. Both Table and Counter Service Wonderful Snacks fo? Your Coffee Break! COFFEE SHOP Merre NlcM,n 2454 8»h A»enu« PENNEY'S GIANT WHITE GOODS EVENT STARTS JANUARY 2nd! Don't make a move till you see Penney's terrific values I

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