16 September 1962
MRS. NELDON L. FOX (LaRene Ferre) Open House Will Honor Mr. and Mrs. N. L Fox An open house Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 465 E. 16th S., Orem, wiD honor Mr and Mrs. Nelden Lee Fox (Ruth LaRene Ferre), who were married Friday at the home of the bride's parents in Crem, Mr. and Mrs. Alma Ferre. The groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Kenney of Gunnison. For her wedding the bride wore Knits Are Natty "If it's a knit, it's a fashion hit" seems to be the slogan for fall '62. Sweaters and blouses, dresses and costumes, suits and separates, jackets and coats all join in the ever-growing trend to knits as the basis of the smart wardrobe. Not least of the advantages, of new knits is their all-season versatility. versatility. Increasingly, knits are planned to go around the calendar, calendar, as well as around the clock and around the world. a gown of lace over satin with round neckline, pointed sleeves and floor-length skirt. A crown of seed pearls released her veil of bridal illusion, and she carried carried a bouquet of white gardenia surrounded by pink rosebuds. Mrs. Pat Ferre, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor in a satin brocade green gown. Her flowers were white gardenias. gardenias. Charles Ferre was best man. The bride is a graduate ol Orem High School. The groom i; serving with the U. S. Navy aboard the USS Yorktown Long Beach, Calif. He will leave next month for a Western Pacific cruise. * * * Surprise your children wit] honey-spiced milk to pour ove the morning's ready-to-eat cereal A cup of milk heated with thr& tablespoons honey, one teaspooi cinnamon, and one-half teaspoon ginger will make about two serv ings of spiced milk for cereal.