The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on April 2, 1959 · Page 44
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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · Page 44

Salt Lake City, Utah
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
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The Salt Lake Tribune, Thursday, April I, 1959 A13 Annette Johnson Tells Troth Miss Annette Norlyene Johnson Catholics to Pick '59 Mother For the fifth year, the Salt Lake City Diocesan/ Council of Catholic Women will select a Catholic Mother of the Year, .according .to Mrs. Lee J. Diamanti, Helper, president The nominees will be selected by affiliated organizations in the diocese. The candidates will be chosen on the basis of outstanding devotion to her family, church and parish. Mrs. Diamanti is accepting nominations. Deadline is April 18. The Most Rev. Joseph L. Federal is in charge of the judging. The winning candidate will be presented to the diocesan convention in Salt Lake City May 15, 16. Previous winners are Mrs. Thomac Vaughan, 1955; Mrs. William H. McDougall, 1956,. both Salt Lakers; Mrs. Patrick Buller, 1957, Ogden, and Mrs. J. P. Brennan, 1958, Kearns. . Spinach Types Fresh packaged spinach that is marked "Washed" saves a lot of time and effort in preparation, and usually has less waste than bulk spinach. Two well-known University of Utah students, Miss Annette Norlyene Johnson and Gerald Clyde (Garv) Johnson h;i\'e circled June 13 as the date for.their marriage in ihe Los Angeles LDS Temp.le. T h u r s d a y afternoon a luncheon at the Olympic- Club, San Francisco, will formally announce the betrothal to Miss Johnson's friends. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Cyril Johnson, Palo Alto. Parpnls of Jtriitagroom Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Johnson, 2424 Beacon Dr. (1430 South), are parents of the prospective bridegroom. After Ihe couple's marriage a reception in the gardens of the Johnson home in Palo Alto will honor the couple. A member of Chi Omega at the U. of U., Miss Johnson was Star of Kappa Sigma last year. She will continue her studies after her marriage. Mr. Johnson will continue his studies in the College of Business. He is a member of Kappa Sigma. To Attend Bride The bride-elect has asked Miss Kathleen Johnson, a sister, to be maid of honor. Other attendants will be'Mrs. LeRoi Barnurn Gardner Jr., Miss Ann Davis and Miss Belinda Rose, Palo Alto. Before Miss Johnson's departure for her home in California she was entertained by Miss Davis at a. luncheon at the Ambassador^ Club; Mrs. S. Morgan Sorsn- sen and Mrs. Gardner at a Sail. Lake Country Club luncheon and by Miss Pat Christensen and Mrs. Reid Shepard at a luncheon at the Ambassador Club. By United Press International Color is the keynote in spring and summer shoes. The perennial patent and smooth kid vie .for honors with a brighter navy, balen- ciaga brown, bone beige, bright clear red, and s. greyed yellow green. Persian pink, white, fur- quoise, yellow, mauve, orange, bright blue and red violet strike other bright notes in the post-Easter parade. "The smart girl Today won't have to take a bark seat, to anyone if she has a pan IP wardrobe, with a length and style lor any occasion." says Lawson W. Turner Jr.. maker of high-fash- 1"" pants for women. Bermuda shorts, he adds, are formal enough for anything this side of the opera. f-'a.ttern the look of spring McKiTTRlCK'S drip-dry "ribbonette" sheath Cool and packable. Navy, turquoise, beige. Sizes 10-20. Also 12'/a-22'/2 at Sugar House ARTEMIS no-iron sotton batiste slip, sizes 32 to 40, half slip, sizes S-M-L. trimmed in eyelet embroidery and nylon Val lace with front and back shadow /1 00 panels. White, black, GARAY strow bags 198 STAR necklace and earring sets with bracelet, 3.00 1! ! 2°° At All Four Stores 4821 12-20 Quirk-change artisis; slock, rhir playsuit lor sports — skirt, for "dross" orrs.-qnns. Choosy rla7.7.1inj: white piqu<? or pay Min colors for tiii? easy • sew set. Tomorrow's pattern: Wrap dross. Printed Pattern 4F21: Misses' Sixps 12. 14. IP. 18. 20. Si/.f! 16 playsuit- requires 2 yards 35-inch fabric; skirt takes 3U yards. Printed directions on each pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Salt Lake Tribune Pattern Dept. 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly name, address with 7.0110, sixe and slylr> numlirr. SUGAR HOUSE MURRAY 2115 Highland Dr, 4S77 So. Stol« ROSE PARK MIDVALE 11AO W. ilh N. 34 Norlh Moin Wt N*v«r Twist Your Arm Com* look, Will Do No Hrrml f be Salt fak* pibtm* an J a omen 6 •? Mrs. Donald A. Holm Wednesday Riles Miss BehiTnin Speaks Vows Miss Klaine Behunin exchanged wedding vows and rings with Donald A. Holm Wednesday in rites solemnized by Ernest Peterson, LDS elder, in the Reception Center. . The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Behunin, 14S4 Burbank Ave. (1190 South), and her husband is a son of Mrs. Mildred Holm, Sandy. Selected Lace Gown For her wedding, the former Miss Behunin selected a gown of Chantilly lace over satin and carried a-bouquet of pink rosebuds with a white orchid. Her illusion veil fell from a coronet of lace and seed pearls. Mrs. LaRell Behunin attendefl her sister- in-law as matron of honor, with Miss Evelyn Holm, Miss Martha Mareno and Miss LuJean Hanson. Sharon. Parsons was flower girl and Stanley Peterson was ring bearer. Served A.= Ushers Best man was Don Naisbett, assisted by ushers Wallace J. Talbott, Milford Alsop and Merlin Smith. A reception honored the couple in the ^Reception Center immediately after the double-ring ceremony. When they return from a honeymoon to Las Vegas and Los Angeles, the newlyweds will make their home in Murray. Gloria Amirllc Davis Miss Gloria Annette Davis and F. Charles Graves have cirrlpd May S to be married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Miss Davis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James' C. 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