The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on September 21, 1960 · Page 27
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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · Page 27

Salt Lake City, Utah
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Wednesday, September 21, 1960
Page 27
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10 Joyce Gebhart Repeats Marriage Promises The Salt Lake Tribune, Wednesday, September 21, I960 Mrs. William K. Patterson , t YOU MAY HAVE PIN-WORMS AND NOT KNOW IT Fidgeting, nose-picking, a tormenting rectal itch are often telltale signs ol Pin-Worm3...uglyparasitcsthatmed- ical experts say infest 1 out of every 3 persons examined. Entire families may be victims and not know it. Toptndof Pin-Worms, theymual be killed m the large intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jayne's P-W tablets do... and heres how they do it: f^rlTf 8 ?'« ntifi c cpatine carriea the tablets into the bowela before they.dissolve. Then-Jayne'a modern, medically-approved ingredient goes right to work-kills Pin-Worms quickly and easily. Don't take chances with dangerous, hishly contagious Pin-Worms which infect entire families. Get Benin ne Jayne's P-W Vermifuge . . small, easy-to-take tablets... special •izes for children and Miss Joyce Gebhart and Wiiliam K. Patterson exchanged marriage vows Tuesday in a ceremony at the Lion House Social Center. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Doris Gebhart, 814 1st Ave. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. William J. Patterson, 1224 4th Ave. Performing the ceremony was Zenith D. Harrison, LDS bishop. The couple was unattended. Following the wedding an open house was held for the newiyweds in the Lion House. For the occasion the hride chose a lace over satin ballerina-length gown, short- sleeved with Sabrina neckline. After a honeymoon at Lake Tahoe, the couple will make a home in Salt Lake City. Entertaining for the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Elden A. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown, Mrs. George W. Sturm and Miss Bonnie Barrett. Riching-Reyjiolcla •Monday rnorni'ng m the Salt Lake LDS Temple Miss Alene Richins became the bride of Robert Newel Reynolds. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Orson M. Richins, 125 K St., and Mr. and Mrs. Owen F. Reynolds. 4778 Bon Air St. Fullmer-Johnson Rites Friday in the Bountiful Sixth LDS Ward united in marriage Miss Colleen Louise Fullmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LaMar A. Fullmer, 146 E. 2nd North, Bountiful, and Oral S. Johnson. Mr. Johnson, a University of Utah student, Is a son of Mrs. Lyman Johnson, Woods Cross, and the late Mr; Johnson. THERE WHEN YOU NEED CARE f be Salt £ak* f tibune omen Mrs. James J. Archuleta Claudia Diehl Speaks Vows James J. Archuleta and Miss Claudia Diehl became husband and wife in solemnized Salt Lake LDS Temple rites Tuesday, and that evening were honored at Crestwood Villa. Parents of the bridal pair are Mr and Mrs, W. Claude Diehl, 3471 Ceres Dr. (4180 South), and James J. Archuleta, 143 N 1st West. Mr. and Mrs. N. Elaine Winters, godparents of the bridegroom, were hosts after the ceremony at a wedding breakfast. Panel Of Lace For her reception that evening the bride wore a triple-tiered peau de soie gown, opening at the front to reveal a panel of lace that ascended to form a delicate split collar on the bodice. In attendance were Mrs. Monico Trujillo, matron of honor, and Miss Nancy Diehl, maid of honor. Miss Vicki Smith and Miss Marilyn Debenham were bridesmaids, and Miss Janet Diehl, junior bridesmaid. Julie Bauer was flower girl. Serve As Ushers. Richard Archuleta was best man, while Homer Ashton, Nathan Winters, J. Earl Hurst, Ben Lloyd and Dennis McFall ushered. Roger Diehl was junior groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Archuleta will live in Redondo Beach, Calif., where the bridegroom has been employed since his graduation from the University of Utah in the spring. Entertaining before the marriage were Mrs. Justin Hurst, Mrs. Alice Ashton, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. George Lloyd, Miss Vicki Smith, Miss Pat Davies, Mrs. Robert Gee, Miss Marilyn Debenham and Mrs. Bud Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond •Keate, 5231 Eastmoor Rd. are welcoming home their fifth child, a girl born Sept. BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD 2455 Parley's Way P. O. Box 270 Salt lake City 10, Utah Phone HUntcr 7-7441 HATS AMERICA'S NEWIST HOBBY SEND TODAY FOR FREE 16-Page Catalogue You will thrill at lh» Turn of Every Page DAN FOX MilJfnary Supply 4 E. Lott* St., Chicago 7n« fri.ndly Moil Ordtr House orner 14. The child, who weighed 7 Ibs. 7 oz. has been named Catherine Joan. The Keates' other children are Cecelia, 5; Christopher, 4; Margaret Mary, 3, and Michael 2. Grandparents are Mrs. C. A. Keate, 34 K St., and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McCai], Provo. COMPLETE FACILITIES FOK HEINNQ POOR READERS AND NON-READERS FAIL REGISTRATION Boston Bid^. Reading Center EL 3-«*» 17 EXCHANGE PLACE Victor Lodge Dates Lunch Victor Lodge 89, Ladies Society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen will meet for a fall luncheon Friday at 1 p.m. at the IOOF Hall, 41 Post Office PI. (340 South). A business session and practice will be held afterward. Sig Ep Mothers, Wives The opening faU luncheon for Sigma Phi Epsilon Wives and Mothers Club will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at the chapter house, 153 •13th East •- • ~"~ w ™"^^^^ -*^"^w*"'>"'MM x«v;» J. ry this delightful low-calorie lunch - easy to fix and most delicious! CLOVERLEAF makes it best... IXClUSIVf NEW PLASTIC DOS No opener needed - no broken finger nails. Lid fits back on snug, protects creaminess. To make this attractive dish, arrange slices of cling peaches in Cloverleaf Cottage Cheese, and top with shimmerv cubes of rosy gelatin. Aren't you glad your salads are perfect every t,me -with the perfect cottage cheese Cloverleaf makes fresh every day! It s the finest you can buy. Small Curd • Urge Curd - of your sfore or door OLOVERLEAF-PET DAIRY - Horns of Fine Dairy Foods for 55 Years Etiquette Parents of New Bride Won't Disclose News Joan Weldon . . . She prefers the "natural look." Hollywood Beauty My son eloped with a young girl whose parents refuse to announce the marriage. Would it be permissible for my husband and me to do it? Louise Davis answers: Not in the conventional way of mailing marriage announcements. It wouldn't be correct that "Mr. andMrs.James William Smith announce the mar riage o f 1 their "son" I and of course j you wouldn't have the right to say that the girl's parents r, r e announcing it. Louise Davis Your best solution would Joan Weldon Learns to Travel Light By Lydia Lane HOLLYWOOD — "Since I've been on the road with a show for years." Joan Weldon told me backstage after a performance of "The Music Man," "I've learned to live out of suitcases." "You must have Darned Jt wel1 ' for . when you Lydia Lane were in Chicago, your name appeared on a best-dressed list, and that's quite an accomplishment," I remarked. Joan smiled. "There are two fundamental rules for traveling. First I, anticipate what I will need and then I have to know where everything is to be packed so I can find them when needed. Limit Basic Colors "I plan very carefully and limit my basic colors to black for winter and white for summer. I try to include as many fast-drying fabrics as possible. "I use those plastic bags In - x which sweaters return from the cleaners. I use these for stockings,' gloves. lingerie and so forth. So I can see where everything is and everything is neat and in place. When I am traveling, I often arrive late and have to dress quickly for dinner or lunch and I don't have time to search for something to wear." Cures a Blemish Joan told me that the only make-up she uses off stage is eyeliner and lipstick. "I have an oily skin and I try to be in the sun as much as I can," sh e revealed. "Once I had acne which I cleared by washing with soap and water, sunning and keeping fats and sweets out of my diet. I don't have trouble with my skin any more, but I always keep a bottle of calomine lotion with me just in case, "And another thing. which is very important is keeping your hands away from your face when you have pimples. This can't be emphasized enough. If you have a blemish, picking it may spread infection and leave a scar." ^raA By Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Southern California womanhood seems wrapped up at the moment in a funny looking, flower - splashed garment from Hawaii that han^s from the neck like a tent somebody forgot to tie down. The muumuu is big indeed—big in size and big in sales. The muumuu isn't new. Visitors to Hawaii have been bringing them home for years. But it was only last spring that the muumuu began picking up mainland converts in large numbers. Is it a seasonal thing? A matter of warm weather comfort? "IVot necessarily," say the experts. the ftew DOUBLE TREATED be to entertain with an At Home at which time your friends would make the discovery because you or the young ' couple would tell them at the party. Wilf DtHflan Says: ft! lofj« «- ttnor iurfacct •99ih»U hogs« paint l» mor« attractive then a high (toil. See O'Brien's IITCII EXTERIOR /3 EGGSHFLl D. H. COLOR CENTER 1201 Wilmington Avenu. HU 4-W1S mothers-to-be love our soft-tailored wool two-piecer Fine wool flannel in a flattering little suit to make your waiting months truly chic. Charming school-girl styling, the facket completely lined in rayon. Black, sizes 8 to 16^ Third Floor Maternity Shop—parking level 8 & 9 mail orders, add 35c postage outside our large delivery area, pfui 4Sc sales tax in Urah. \ jaunty shaggy cardigan to set a busy campus pace OrfonS acrylic, soft and rich os ony luxury fiber but washable, too. 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