Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 28, 1957 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, June 28, 1957
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m oman A E. E. Robbinses Have Anniversary * AULT-Mr. and Mri. E. E. Rob- hini celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at an open house at their home Sunday afternoon from 2 until 5:30 o'clock. Guesti were, received in the lovely yard aud nnmeroui bouqueti and bai- kill of flowen added beauty to the attractive letting. Mn. Bobbins received guesti In an afternoon dresi of rose beige. Her lovely orchid cornge wai a gift from her husband The guest hook wai signed by 130, 40 of the guest! fiom out of town. Mri. De- Im Boiworth presided at the guest I book. Pen Robbins, ion of the honored eouple, and his loni. Jimmy and George, of Colorado Springs, Mri. Robbins' cousins. Earl C. Craig of Denver and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Craig of Brewster, Kan., were close relatives who attended. During the afternoon Mri. Rus- ·ell Nelson tang Because and True Love, accompanied by Mri. Carl Malmstrom. A beautiful lace cloth loaned by Mrs. Ralph Larson covered the refreshment table which wai centered by a bouquet of roses arranged by Mrs. Otho Wykert. Gold taperi flanked the centerpiece. The gold rings and molded heart! floating in the punch were made by Mn. Leslie Clary. Rosebuds decorated the cake. Also served were mint! and nuts. A color motif of gold and white was used in · all details. Napkins with the couple'! names, lettered in gold, and wedding belli furthered the color theme. Silver and crystal service! were used. Pouring coffee and serv Ing punch during the afternoon were Mesdames Dean Overstake of Fort Lupton, Davie Powell of Bur lington. Harry Clark, E. W. Nelson and Harry Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins were pre- tented many gifts and congratulatory greetings, which were dii- played on a large lace revered table centered with a beautiful arrangement of roses and snap dragon! in golden ihadei. The large three tiered wedding cake was beautifully decorated with wedding bells, heart! and roses and wai placed on an antique table over inn yean old which wai loaned by Mn. E. W. Nelson, who also Ininec the lace cloth on the giff table. Assisting Mn. Bobbins as host esses, other than those mentioned were Mesdames William Andrews and Owen Oslund of Cheyenne. Ray Emry, Tempa Rouse, Joe Cuffell Elton Doughty, Vernon Baiamonte J. H. Burroughs, C. O. Dillon am Misi Manha Rautenitraurh. Host VFW Atulllaru Gives Parly at Fitzsimons Five members of the auxiliary to Pioneer Post 2121 of Veteran! of Foreijn Wan entertained pa tienti on Ward 3W at Fitisimons hospital Tueiday evening. Garaei were played and prize! given to the winners. Since there were no birthdays to be celebrated, the beautiful cake donated by Mri. Robert Maricli was given to one of the outgoing patienti ai a ipeeial gift. Sherbet and cake were icrved. Mri. Tom Squibb, local auxiliary preiident, furnished four dot en rosei for the ward and many magazine! were aUo taken to the patienti by the Greeley group. Auxiliary member! making the rip beiide! Mr!. Squibb were: Irs. Seth Maricle. hospital chairman, Mrs. IJojd Fenno and the [issei Leota and Georgia Koenig The next hospital party will be uly 30 at Fitzsimons. JO at Part)' of Graduate Dames Irs. Clark Swisher of Aberdeen, D.. vice president; and Mrs. {enneth Moll o! Bronson, Iowa, ecretary-treasurer. Mri. Kenneth Fish of LaCrosse, 'is., and Mrs. William Walton of 'alders, Wis., made the high corei in canasta. Mrs. Kenneth loll of Bronson, Iowa, and Mrs. Floyd Hall of Grande, Ore., were the winners at bridge. Mri. Sam Gatci, sponsor of the :roup, and Mrs. Les Foreman of (rooking!, S. D., president of the )amei lait lummer, were ho«t- rssei were presented with ribbon conagei. golf Robbins and hii wife, the forme: Miss Grace Archer, were married In Otterbourne, Kan.. June it, 1907 They have resided in Ault the pas 11 years where Rcbbini operate! a grocery itore and cold storage lock er plant. Out of town gueit! were from Brewster, Kan., Burlington. Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Lupton Longmont, Fort Collins and Eaton To Honor Wesley NEW YORK tfi -- The Nationa Council of Churches and the Na tinnal Methodist Student Move ment are going to sponsor jointl; the composing of a new oratofi eelebrating the 250th anniversary of the birth of Charles Wesley. It will be written by compose Cecil EUinger, professor of musi at the University of Colorado Boulder. Charlei Wesley wai preacher and great hymn writer and brother of the founder c, Methodism. Steam raisins, in a colander ove boiling water, In plump; then ad to cooked rice with nutmeati an butter. Delicioui with chicken! INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Corporation beinjr formed to manufacture and »cll two metal product* havinc nationwide .«ales demand. $100,000 capitalization. Plant tn be in Greeley. Investments of $500 "upward accepted. This is an opportunity to h« in on jrround floor for larjre profits from the manufacture of diversified products. Write_ for information. Box N-1I. c o Tribune. CSCE Coed Weds At Golden Sunday Mi»t C«rle«i Averjr, who wai a junior it Colorado Stale rollese thu patt yrar, and Ronald E. Ditderich, aon of Mr. and Mri. Frank Diederieh of 2012 Waihinc ton etrcle, Golden, were married Sunday. The Rev. M. Uwii Marih of the Minion of the Tranifi(uration a! Evergreen officiated at the dou ble rinj ceremony at the Avery Acres at Golden, home of the bride'i parents, Mr. and Mri. Bert Avery. Matron of honor wai Mri. O. L. Kirkpatriek, lister of the bride. Edward Coe of Chicago wai best man. Following the wedding reception, the couple left for a honeymoon Toattmlttretset Breakfast at Hotel Mri. Art Stanley wai topicmiit- ren when the Greeley Toaitmiit- real club had breakfait it the Camfield hotel Tueiday morning. Topic for the morning wai Let George Do It. Mri. George Moiier the parenti'a vie* Edgar Belcher o ·poke from point, Mrs. voter reaction and Mri. Andy Barnett on community lervice. Mn. Roy Capron presided at the meeting. The council 4 meeting held in Wiggini June 15 w a i reported on by Mri. Jake Ulrich and Mri. Andy Barnett. They, with Mri. G. M. Adamson, attended the meeting and took part in th» program. Mrs. Georte Mosier wai toait mistress. Mri. Canrnn reviewed Bon Voyage by Marrijane and Joseph Hayes. UIC luuiJir int lut · t.u.n j ...uui. . . \i'i at Colorado Springs. The Dieder-l General evaluator wai Wilma ichi will live at Tulsa, Okla., Meeker. where he is employed by Carter Oil company. The bride wai graduated from A panel on iperch presentatior wai tiven at the Evening Belles meeting Wednesday at the elee- IRC Dfiae »·» n u m . « · · - - Evercreen Hish ichnol and attend- trie lounge by Mrs. Stanley, Mr« ed University of Arizona before I Mosier, Mrs. Capron and Mri enrolling in the college here. She I Barnett. will transfer to Tulsa university Mrs. Tom Redman, · member thi» ,.,,_ ] 0| ,he Evening Belle. Toastmist BPW Convention Reports Given The ilate convention at the Crags lodge at Eitei Park June 1416 uai reported at the dinner meeting of Business and Profei iiunal Women Monday evening at the Tea Ilouie. Twenty member! aniwered roll rail. Mri. Oakle C. Ballinger of Cheyenne. Wyo., and Mri Ella C. Duncombe of Erie, Pa , were guests. Eula Kinsey reported on the banquet Saturday nicht when an Ha waiian theme wa» carried out. Neva Crais of Golden wai given the Buiinenwoman of the Year award. Misj. Grare Daniel, the na- ticma! representative from King!Ion. Pa., wa! the main speaker. Genevieve Armafo«t reported on the business meeting Saturday. Esther I-otr told of the session on Brain Storminc and Esther Peery, Clair Ixiuise Platt and Edith Adrian pave their impressions of the conclave. It was announced that reservation! for the regional comcntion, la be held in Den\er Aug. J5 lo The groom wai graduated from Colorado School of Minei earlier this month. He wai a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, social fraternity, and Tau Beta Pi, Thela Tai- and Pi Beta Kappa. honor- Eighty members of the iiimmer raduate Damei club participated in their first weekly meeting in te Student Union on the college amput Wednesday. Mri. Russell Monteith of Sioux ,,.,,_,. ,,_.,,...,, », it), Iowa, wai elected president; ling of the Greeley Energetic Ma Taylor Home Opened lo Energetic Matrons Group singing opened the meet- troni HD club Wednesday w h e n ] Mrs. Gay Taylor entertained at her nome. 1402 Tenth itreet. Mrs. ! Robert Wallin had devotioni on ] Faith. Mr». Charles G. Dressor wai named chairman of the committee On*/* Rebekahs Adjourn for Summer ress club, installed the following newly elected officer! of the club Mn. Stanley, president; Mri. Ed tar Melcher, vice president; Mn Ulrich, treasurer; Mrs. Adamson secretary; Mrs. Meeker, associ ate representative; and Mrs Barnett, representative. Frances Hill and Elizabeth Wis ner were guests. Mri. Capron wai chosen toastmistresi of the morn inc. July 11 meeting will be at the Camfield hotel at 7 a.m. Mrs. J. /. Pranle Is \ Eligible for Honor Mri. John J. Prante, eanctr sewing chairman of the friendly Neighborhood club of Evani, hai completed her 3M houn of preparation work required to make her eligible for the award of a lilve* pin. Thii ii fiven by the Cancer lociety when a worker hai completed 300 houri of work. When ion houri are completed the silver pin ii exchanged for a cold one. The last meeting of Mn. Prante'i cancer sewing group for the sum mer wai held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Muirhead. Eicht member! were present lo make 54 assorted lizci of dressings, and pads. The hostess served coffee and pastries. Mrs. Prante reported that Mfi dressings and pads had been turned in lo the WeW County Cancer lewins headquarters by the Friendly Nefhborhond cluh since January of this year. A« chairman Mrs. PMnte prepared the dresiings for sewing in advance of the meetinss. July and A'icust sewing meetings have been eancelled and the Croup will reconvene Sept. 4 at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Law. Fridtr, June 28, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pjtgg-11 to attend. The nent meeting will be July 22 at the home of Mn. Platt. 2020 Twenty-third avenue. .Members »re lo call their reservations Wilma Meeker by July 19. to Handicap Tournament Played by Golfer* which prepares the annual report. Pennies for Friendship were collected. The money is to be sent to Religious Construction CHICAGO. 111. (ti -- New religious construction may exceed 900 million dollars in 1957. According lo information from the American Association of Fund-Raising Counsel, religious construction in the chiirman. by July 15. ion.,!""' j abovi Mrs. Taylor described achievement day and the club's demon- tration booth. Members showed i _,., j»,,j. how to make bunny and chicken thc P a5t dfc "' cakes. Mn. W. H. Roceri told of a food and nutrition meeting she attended. The program was a book review by the hostess. She cho«e Faith Final meeting of the season of ! Baldwin's The Whole Armor. Oasis Rebekah lodce wai an event I *«« meeting is July_Z4 at the of Wednesday evening at the 1OOF , mountain c aba of Mrs. Floori Bow. h,U. The charter w,, draped for I", _MTMber. m t«.meet at the I More than 4'i billion dollars has jbecn spent in new religious construction in the United States in USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Women golferi played a handicap tournament Tuesday on the Country' club greens. Winners in the first flight, in order. »ere Velma Wilson. Bev Davis, Harriet Burgess and Edna Wells. Miipah class of the First Ban-i In the second flight, top golfers list church enjoyed a picnic Thurs-1 w f r t Virginia Florio and Jewell Service I'icnic Served to Mizpah C7(i«8 Member* Smart Ensemble PRINTED PATTERN Mrs. Katie Root. Mri. Gertrude Fuert of Platte- Tille, district deputy president, made her official visit to the lodge. The annual homecoming day at the 100F home at Canon City ii Sunday. All members were urged to fill a picnic basket and attend. · Mn. Alia Malcom and Mrs. Maude Fine were named to the aubscription committee of the Colorado Odd Fellow, the official paper. Plans were made for a covered dilh lupper Sept. 11 when the Taylor home at 10;30 a. m. HGL Members Spend Thursday in Denver HGL club members were entertained Thursday at an all-day meeting and covered dish luncheon at the home of ,Mr». Lida Parmelee in Denver. Mri. Parmelee still maintains her membership in the club. She has made her home in Denver for several years. Mrs. William Carroll of Greeley was a guest. Mri. George Streck lodge reconvenes. Rolls, coffee. l r f c e j v f ( i i nr mystery package and lugar and cream will be furnish- j MrJ (-.totft Maul, a birthday gift ed. ifrom her secret pal. Members whose birthdays occur -j-j^ ,ft frn(xl n was ipent playing in April, May and June were hon- f i m f , ln d touring the rose and · Curing the locial hour. Tables : nowtr j lrt |cns at the Parmelee were decorated in keeping with i home. these months. The committee con-1 j,,t meeting of the cluh is July silled of Mrs. Helen Heil, Mrs. 125 ,t | : jo o'clock at the home of Oakle Ballinger and Misa Dorothy j|rs. J. A. Parker, east of Greeley. Ingstrom. i * Games were played and refreshment! enjoyed. Happy Hour Club Is Entertained British Wife Divorces MacAlpine from Denver LONDON MacAlpine -- Ian Denver Fer;u«on j was di- Happy Hour club hostess T h u n - , his iti . h wi ,,,,,,. ·"TT^'T ,h"', ^ ^day-eight year, after he obtained m I cher of 1499 Tenth itreet. Four-, ' fn)m h f r jn w ing . teen memberi were present and , Dorothy Frances MacAlpine, won the divorce on of aduJtery. She testified MacAl- 'pine never told her of his divorce] j- s . hjon "must" for the Half Miller or mlrri!:t to TM OIn " »° m " m Sue figure! This Printed Pattern I*' 1 - goes e \ f r v » h r r e in mart, slim- Until IWt. she said, he wrote .', to her as his wife. She l e a r n e d ' m l n c "" two guests. Miss Mary Schumaelv ^^ ^^^ Bfth ,i, charsed and er and Mill Suian Frazier o f ! W (hf djvorce on , hp ,,,,,,,,,,, Wichita. Kan. Roll call wa! a favorite flower. The auditing committee, George Foos. Mrs. Clara ar.l Mri. H. C. Filkins. cave its report. Mri. T. J. Sughroue received a , hf lrat ( , c ,, [ rom MacAlpine'i birthday gift from her secret pal m n iher, she told the court here, and Mn. Ethel Mashburn was Tllf j u( ]. r n \f\ thai MarAl- presented a wedding anniversary' p.;,,,-, , f c ond marriage is void gift. lur.der British liw b-jl sppv-ntly The flower prize, furnished by j s ) rSJ i j n the United Siatti. He Mrs. Sughroue, was won by Mr-. Richard Bird. Bunco wai al«o played for the hostess' priTes. These were won by Mn. Such- roue, hish. and Mrt. Jessie Mitch- MacAlpiae a drcrte and rr"... ,11 \n v The Ocn\er man wei! !" A m r r The annual club picnic will he ica with a military mission in i»«« held Sunday at the Michael Carey and imce has paid or.Iy an or- home. casional vuit to England, I The cluh vacations during July court was told. ^ I and Augu-t. Sept. 12 hostess will | -- _ ^~~ -- -T~L i b* Mri. Ellwood Smith of 1011 1 Seventh avenue. i Good luncheon landwich: Tuna, ! hard-cocked egg. pickle relish and mayonnaise. Point up flavor with 1 a little lemon juice if you lie. day in the yard of the Ixuis Noirot home, 1722 Nineteenth avenue. Mrs. Noirot is president of the class. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Robert Gravatt and Mrs. Wick- Strom. Thirty were present Guests included Mrs. M L. Kemp and daughter. Karen. Mrs. Robert Larson and daughter. Mrs. Robert Currier, and Miss Helen McCandless. Mrs. Noirot opened the business meeting with a prayer. The devotions were ghen by Mrs. Merle Oliver. In keeping with Flig Day. Mn. Grace Harris talked about he various flags and read the x»m of the month, Your Flag and My Flag. She also read an ar- jcle by Samuel Chester Reed, who helped design the flae. »nd told of Francis Bellamy, who ga\e. the pledge of allegiance national cir culation. The group repeated the pledge of allegiance and Miss Grace Tin ker gave the closing prayer. Mrs. Larson announced t h quarterly business meeting of th church will be held July 19. begin ning with a covered di.«h supper The circle will meet July 25 a 1:30 o'clock in the lower temple Hostesses will be Mesdames Floyi Parmelee. Eunice Zuiderweg and U E. Kelly. Stitch and Chatttr club worked »n cancer sewing when eight mem bers met recently at the home of Mrs. Alfred Dewey at Galeton. Next meeting is July 11. Mrs. GUI Hoecher will be hotess at her home at Evans. Patterson. Cecelia Meyer was first in third night, Agne« Fuerst. second, and Elsie Williams, third. In fourth night, Muriel Chapman was first and Mary Frank and Polly Bedinger tied for second. The golfers also qualified for their monthly handicap lourna- ient, with the first matches to s played next Tuesday. A points i the green tournament is ah: rheduled. If your griddle isn't hot enough, our pancakes are likely lo be! ravy and tough. Wear the dress for W H I L E THEY I-AST!' 4 and S Week Old STARTED CHICKS « White Reeki · Auttri W h i t f l · Eurekjs « Himp. Rtdft Stfjiflht Run 24c Each G«t yeurt now before Itl too lite. ROCKY MOUNTAIN HATCHERY »0? Uth St. Phone S82 sunning; add the icalloped jacket for chic tw^piece effect! Printed Pattern 4W: Half Siies H'l, 16'i. I! 1 !, 20^.. Z2H, 24'-. Sire 16'i dress requires 4'. yards 35-inch fabric; jacket l'« yards. ., ., _;,,.^ , - , , , ^ 1 Printed directions on each pat- iXEvsZ -M-^«tTC ,fe. and awarded the British V r i . T « f - - n - »« 5 cc,,,. for each pane-., .-or Ist-class maihrs. Scr-1 :' Anrc Adams, (Greeley Trih- ne), 563, I-jMern rvpt., 213 We't of. 17th St.. New York. 11. N. Y. the Prir.t plainly name, address, siie ; and stjle number. ATTENTION Dog Owners DOR licenses become delinquent if not paid on «r hefor. Jnly 1M. Summon.. *in h. thrwt fiilinn In comply with this perred on ordinance, GREELEY POLICE DEPT. WE W I L L BE CLOSED July 1st to 15th while the entire personnel goes on vacation. Bake-Rite BAKERY ·25 10th Strut if needed-on · Watch Repairing fomptele material gystemi fnr all makes of walches. · Diamond Setting - · Jewelry Repairing · Clock Repairing All Work GUARANTEED Wa UK only: The Flnut Workmen Thi Flntlt Equipment Thj Flntlt Matlrlala Te Product Th« Flnut Rtpalr Job, Polllbl, All Repair Work Is Safe In Our Shop . . . nlored in our walk-in vault. EIGHTH at EIGHTH proucn accuracy All wolch rtpair work ior.» h«rt ii checktd ·cienliScally by the which F" n " an o:cu " ral* record cl the rat* e! your watch, enuring you that all work hai b««n prcptrly dont . R t M E M I E R T O OEM1IIO HIS MOOF OF ACCURACY and II usually e»t* lev* Hi ... Rogers Jewelers f4-Hiur Itrvlci ALYPSO GOES VACATIONING Pick your pleasure spot ond . . . go Colypso! Wear stunning CALYPSO V/HITE separctfs . . . spiked with a bnlHont tourist print tie-shirt end belt Crisp poplin bottoms. Brood- cloth shirt. White with beach ccral cr white with deep sea turquoise. 10 to 16. «,,, 3,98 · llrt 3t9B (·net lit ihlrt . 3,98 2,98 ...surprise special* Friday night! r -~., ,?--_?«r?rmenr Come lo FASHION BAR renigtit ««d diicortr Important fathlon invingi! Unodrertiied turprii* ipeeioli on rejulor itock ittmi ont night only! tnjojr mort faihion »i»h · FASHION 1AR chargi ·ueunt

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