10 June 1962 Nolan Dell Ferre and Sherlyn Lavern Maxwell

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Most women who wear white jloves daily during hot weather are far too busy to labor over land washing every night in a wave effort to keep white gloves clean and lint-free. WeU, we don't lave to worry about it anymore! Machine-washable gloves can be machine washed, without collecting collecting washer lint and residual dirt. Just add a water conditioner to the first or deep rinse. Then lint, well as discoloring soap film, will wash down the drain. Neither lint nor film can cling because both are suspended in the conditioned conditioned water. Results: No lint, and really clean white gloves! And since lint cannot attach itself to gloves, neither can it cling to other fabrics—dark cotton cotton dresses, for example. So, in one operation, you can eliminate lint-picking—and keep color and fabric new-looking, too. Open House Today Honors Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Ferre An open house will be held today today from 2 to 6 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ferre, 958 S. 800 W., in Orem, honoring .-their son, Nolan Dell Ferre and his bride of June 2, the former Sherilyn Leverne Maxwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Maxwell, of Upland, Calif. The couple was married in the First Church of the Nazarene of Upland, Calif., and received guests at a reception which followed followed the rites in the church fellowship fellowship hall. For her wedding the bride chose a gown of white satin with Alen- con lace motifs embroidered with . NOLAN DELL FERRE {Sherilyn Leverne Maxwell) pearls which was designed and made by the bride's mother. She also wore a pearl crown and bal r lerina length veil. Her only jewelry jewelry was a single pearl on a gold chain given to the bride by her grandfather, the late A. J. Talbott Talbott of Claremont, Calif. She carried carried a white Bible marked with white orchids, a gift of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Talbott. Serving as honored attendant was Mrs. D. C. Groom, Montclair, Montclair, in orchid satin. She carried carried a colonial bouquet of orchid orchid carnations and a white rose. Her headdress was a chemise bow matching bows on the shoulders shoulders of the dress. The bridesmaids, Carol Burge, Upland, and Sandy Eason, Mont- lair, were gowned similar to the matron of honor. The small flow- r girl, Janny Talbott, LaCres- enta, a cousin, was 4n white .otted swiss and she carried a white basket with orchid carna ions. Jonny Ferre, the bride [room's brother of Orem, was the ring bearer. Richard Maxwell, a brother o the bride, Upland, was the bes man. Ushers were Shirl Ferre he bridegroom's brother; James Alger, Upland; Ed Talbott and Ron Talbott, Ontario, the bride's cousins. White bells and orchid ribbons were used as decorations at th reception. Mrs. Charges Munson aunt of the bride cut the cake and serving were Connie Helm, Ver onica Flahaut and Mrs. James Alger. Candlelighters were cousins o the bride, Lynn Talbott, LaCres- centa, wearing dotted swiss, and Lee Munson, of Fullerton. After their wedding trip to Utah the newlyweds will return to Up and, where they will be at home after June 17. * * « If you are. using carnations gardenias, camellias or tuberous- rooted begonias in a flower arrangement, arrangement, spray the flowers or dip the arrangement under water occasionally. The Society of American Florists says these flowers absorb water through their petals.

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 10 Jun 1962, Sun,
  3. Page 20

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