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December 26, 1968

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 8

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Provo, Utah
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Thursday, December 26, 1968
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Springville Matron Is Reception Planned Yule Party Enjoyed by Given Award p or Couple ^lind Group SPRINGVILLE - Mrs. Geniel Wimmer Crandall, recently received her Golden Gleaner Award in Sunday evening services of the Springville Seventh Ward. Mrs. Crandall is the mother of four children. She is active in ward activities and is president of the Seventh Ward YW- MIA. She is the wife of Leland Crandall. The award was presented by Lenore Livingston, Springville Stake YWMIA president. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Olson announce the approaching marriage of a daughter, Deanne Marie, to Bill Van Ausdal, a on of Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Van Ausdal, all of Santaquin.j The young couple will ex-! change vows in a church ceremony at the Santaquin Stake j Center on Saturday evening, Dec, 28, at 6 p.m. A reception will follow, hosted by tha bride's parents from 7 to 10 p.m. The bride-elect is a senior at Payson High School and will be graduated in May. The groom is a graduate of Payson High School and is presently serving with the U.S. Navy at Long Beach, Calif. Over 100 persons enjoyed the annual Christmas party of Chapter 3, Utah Association of the Blind, held last week at the Utilities Building. A delightful program was presented by the Nora Keele family of Spanish Fork, consisting of trombone solos by Guy \Vy-S more; vocal solo, Robin Atwood; readings, Marilyn Keele; vocal solo, Ronald Zeeman; vocal solo, Melanie Atwood; solo, Mrs. Richard Atwood; trombone duets, Ronald Zeeman and Guy Wymore. The evening was concluded with community singing to accordian music by Harold Kendall. * * * Coniferous means cone-bearing, another word for softwood. Chi Chapter Is Host at Party For Youngsters Chi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, entertained at the annual Children's Christmas party at the Wilkinson Center. Mrs. Russell Larson was chairman with Mrs. Bill Bagley and Mrs. Steve Carter assisting. Mrs. Larson assisted by Mrs. Richard Carter presented an entertaining original puppet show. Songs were sung by the children and Santa Glaus came to visit. He danced and sang with the youngsters and presented each with a present. A gaily decorated tree and other decorations added to the festivities which were concluded with the serving of cutout cookies and punch. * * * Three archangels are recognized by the Christian Church — Michael, Gabriel and Raphael. Other Semetic archangels are Uriel, Chamuel, Jo- phiel and Zadkiel. Inauguration Ball Planned An Inaugural Ball honoring Governor and Mrs. Calvin L. Rampton has been set for Saturday. Jan. 11, at the Terrace Ballroom in Salt Lake City The ball will climax inaugural week activities in Utah which includes swearing in ceremonies and the Inaugural Address by the Governor on Monday, Jan. 6. The Inaugural Ball is formal dress and will begin at 8:30 p.m.. Saturday night. The ball will include music by the Utah Symphony and other entertainment groups to honor Utah's Governor and first lady. Reservations for the ball can be obtained by contacting Miss Phyllis Scott at 328-8619 in Salt Lake City or any county officer of the Democratic Party. * * * Deciduous means leaf-dropping, another word for hardwood. PROVO STORE Phone 373-4500 SOFT, SILKY DEPTHS of animal pelts have been captured in new fabrics {hat utilize mohair to achieve the furry texture. At left, a cuddly otter-like finish is softly shaped into a double-breasted coat with leather piping. 0celot spots are realistically provided for in a demi-fitted coat with leather trim and cardigan collar. Polly's Pointers rTogetherness ilntheTub I By POLLY CRAMER •DEAR POLLY - My Pointer might be a help for other mothers when mother and tot neec a 1 : bath and time is short. Put t$e toddler's tub inside the big bjithtub and fill each with the proper amount of water. Con- skier where the water will come to) on the youngster. Mother and toddler both get into their separate tubs at the same time. While mother takes her bath, the youngster is in front of her, where she can keep an eye on him as he plays, hi his own cljsan water. She can then bathe him, step out, dry herself and partially dress and still keep a watchful eye on baby as the water runs out. Mother saves her back by not having to lean over the tub to bathe the child, who really eeems to enjoy having her company.—J.W. DEAR POLLY — The homemaking ideas are so helpful. Now I have a problem. What can I use or do myself to clean a A yellow velvet chair with a button-tufted back? It is so pretty but so soiled?.—MRS. WJ.K. PEAR POLLY — My answer to the Polly's Problem concerning a landlord who does not allow nails put in the walls for picture hanging is to use a hinged, three-panel screen to decorate the walls. The screen could be painted to match the ropm's color scheme. Small varicolored thumb tacks or map pins could be used to hold pictures in groups on both sides of-the screen. Such a versatile screen is attractive as a room divider or used against a wall. —VIRGINIA pEAR POLLY — This is for Jeresa, whose landlord docs not allow nails in the walls for hanging pictures. She could do asj I do—use sewing machine needles. They are strong enpugh to hold most anything. Dq not pull the needle out after you are through using it but drive it on into the wall, where it "will be barely noticeable and can be painted over without arty trace left.-ELAlNE Von will receive a dollar if PqMy uses your favorite home- raiding idea, Polly's Problem or'solution to a problem. Write Polly in care of this newspaper. » * * * * CAP YQVB OUTFIT Colorful knit caps help keep heads warm through the winter months. For fashion diversion, try 8 cap of a different color to'brighten up last year's out- fitlor to add extra spark to this year's ensemble. PROVO STORE Phone 373-4500 eimeu* IAIAVR EIQRT ni IAI ITV " .ALWAYS FIRBT QUALITY Entire Stock Of Women's Coats REDUCED! 39" 27" Fur Trim Orig. $45 Now Self Trim Orig. $32 Now Luxurious fabrics, beautifully feminine colors and newest styles combine to give you the most fabulous coat buys of the yegrl . .. and all are greatly reduced! Just be sure to come early — you'll be glad you did. Styles and sizes to please most everyonel Fur product* labeled to ihow country of origin. Shop Thursday and Friday Nites Till 9 SPECIAL BUY! 3-pc. double knits in glorious Spring cblofs Penney* sets the mood for spring wtth this colorful collection of 3-pc wool double knits. Our Hong Kong imports or* designed ond fashioned with cm unerring eye for quality, meticulous detail. Capped sleeve sheds/ sfim step-in skirts and luxurious full-fashioned }ocketa create the elegant ensemble for daytime or after dark. Choose the trio for all seasons/ all reasons... in luscious lights/ misses' sizes. And the price * Penney-rightl ond 34.88 Ust Your Convenient Penney Charge Card ! SHOP THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NITES TIL 9