The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on October 21, 1952 · Page 26
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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · Page 26

Salt Lake City, Utah
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Tuesday, October 21, 1952
Page 26
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10 ROMANTIC TIDINGS THK SALTJ^AKE TRmUNE, Tuesday, October 21, 1952 Miss Carlisle's Troth Told at Luncheon " " C '° Se friends Jearned of the engagement and ap- Miss AHce Marilyn Carlisle over othe Jiote-tah ° n SatUrday in the P residei Bcrgei% is th < son ° r Mr - and bridegrooms carried the romantic tid- nounced later." """" l ° be married -" Uate « to be an- i she Slows t^nJLVl"!^ ff. th « Un '™** «' U^h, where Betrothal of Virginia Girl Announced in Salt Lake Mrs. Willis Manning Thomas of Arlington, Va., is announcing the engagement of her daughter, Miss Nancy Alice Thomas, io 2nd Lt. Charles Cochran Fenno, U S A R, son of Capt. and Mrs. Frank W.' Fenno, U S N, of Bethesda, Md. -Miss Thomas, daughter of the late Commander Willis M. Thomas, USN. is a graduate of St. Agnes Episcopal School of Alexandria, Va., and made her debut in Rio de Janiero Brazil. Second Lieutenant F enno is a graduate of Staunton Military Academy and the University of Maine. He is presently stationed at Fort Bcnnlng, Ga. The wedding will take place in the late winter Miss Thomas is the grandniece of Miss — Lincoln Club Fete nM, Of n Club wtll honor Mrs. F Henri .Hennod at a luncheon Wednes- SStei 1 £ m , at the N ««*°wse Hotel. Mrs. John Celle, actinx secretary, announces. | fiO-8ih Ki,st of this city and the , niece of Mr. and Mrs. Jess S Recder, formerly of this city" residing in California. November Date Miss Donna Empey, who resides at 2724 McClelland St., has chosen Nov. 3 at the day she will become the bride of Ralph Whitaker. The bride-to- be is a daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. Arthur Empey of Burley, Ida. Her husband-to-be is a son of Mr. and- Mrs. Eugene T. Whitaker, 2315 Windsor St. They will speak their wedding promises in the Salt Lake LDS Temple with a reception to be held in their honor in the Forest Dale LDS Ward and another reception to honor them in Burley. A former student of the LDS Business College, the future bride has completed an LDS mission to the northwestern states. • The benedict-elect has attended the University of Utah and has completed a mission in the northwestern states. •"•'".. ', the most ^ ^ * -remarkable X girdle you ever wore! '^defines outlines, ^diminishes waistlines, does away with bulges and breaks like no other girdle in ike world! PROMISE goes to new heights to take inches off your waistline, define your outline, do away with bulges and rolls without pinch or poke-like you never before dreamed possible. And the revolutionary Biaband-amazing finger-like bands of elastic-instantly controls hips ,thigns, seot, abdomen. Here's the most ingenious pirdle ever created—that's our PROMISE! »hort, average *r full figures, with $ J jpQQ r 4-inch-abovc'the-wimt top ID , Op«it • Convvmcnf Mafcoff Charge Accou nt :<^ Young Matrons Club Sets Card Play Members of the Young Matrons' Club will hold their first card party Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the YMCA clubhouse, 322 K. 3rd South. A semiluncheon and a musical program are planned. Chairman for the afternoon is Mrs. B. R. Bailey. Hostesses are Mrs. C. B. Baldry, Mrs. E. , Clark Bird and Mrs. L. M.. Gary. Newcomers are Invited to attend. Newcomers Newcomers Club will meet Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the Bonneville Room of the Newhouse Hotel. Luncheon will be followed by bridge and canasta. Call Miss Jane Hughes for reservations. n PERENNIAL FAVORITE Miss Beth Keller, whos* forthcominr marriape is being told She will be wedded In early November rites in San Francisco, i Beth Keller's Marriage Set | For Early in November Miss Bennett To Be Wed In November At a beautifully appointed luncheon Saturday afternoon at the Country Club, close friends learned of the approach Ing marriage Nov. 5 of Miss Frances Bennett and Lawrence S. Jeppson. - The bride • elect's grandmother, Mrs. John F. Bennett, and her aunts, Mrs. Harold H. Bennett, Mrs. Elward G. Win ters, Mrs. Kenneth E. Smith and Mrs. Richard S. Bennett were hostesses at the luncheon. Sen. and Mrs. Wallace F. Bennett, 1224 E. Wasatch Dr. are parents of the bride-to-be, who is also a granddaughter of the late President Heber J. Grant.,. The future bridegroom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Jeppson of Reno, Nev. Marriage vows will be exchanged in the later afternoon in the Salt Lake LDS Temple to be followed with a wedding supper. Miss Marilyn Crandall will honor the bride-elect at a supper party at her home, 1140- 17th East, Thursday evening, and Miss Bennett's aunt, Mrs. Ashly D. Boyle, and Mrs. Boyle's daughters, Mrs. Clayton H. Kimball, Mrs. Raymond W. Bradford, Mrs. Wiliam H. Clawson and Mrs. Jack Adamson, will be hostesses at a family buffet supper Nov. 1 at the Boyle residence, 61 University St. Miss Bennett was affiliated with Chi Omega, Alpha Lambda Delta honorary society and Lambda Delta Sigma when she attended the University of Utah. She was graduated with an A. B. degree from Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass., in June, and was also named .a Weleslcy scholar. The benedict-elect was graduated in 1948 from the University of Utah and pursued postgraduate studies at Boston Uni- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gardner of Magna are announcing the forthcoming marriage of Miss Mrs. Floyd J. Gillespie, formerly Miss Kather- _rne McPhic, who was wedded recently in Tooele. Nuptials Revealed Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. McPhie of Tooele are announcing the recent marriage of their daughter, the former Miss Katherine McPhie, to Floyd J. Gillespie, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gillespie of Tooele. Following the couple's marriage in the Salt Lake L D S Temple, they were honored in the evening at a reception in the Tooele Fourth LD S Ward. She was attended by her sister, Margie Patton, as matron of honor. Miss Billie Rae Callister was maid of honor, and Miss Beverly -Hitesman, Miss Gloria Nix and Miss Sandra Shields were the bridesmaids. Blain Whitehouse served as best man to the bridegroom. versity last year. He is a veteran of World War II and has fulfilled an LDS mission to France. | A new Speedwriring rourse will begin at Henager on Monday, Oc-. tober 27, Air. Stevens said. He ex-; plained that Speedtvriting is the! jeasy ABC shorthand chat can be. learned in six weeks. "There is still a big demand for [secretaries and stenographers in the, ;Salt Lake area," Mr. Stevens said. 1 :' Our Specdwrircrs arc obtaining po-' ;sitions with starting pay at as much! :as $275 a month. Henager provides! (free employment service for its! iSpcedwriters. We arc accepting en- jrollmcnts now for our new Speed! writing course." ,-~?, I'XTV C4ST SOUTH T£VFU Another Speedwriter Accepts Post in Government Office Recently completing a course in Specdwriring and typing at Hen- |ager School of Business, Eleanor! jSchoepf Tayior has recently accept-! cd a position as stenographer in a I government office in Salt Lake City.' Mrs. Tayior resides at 1331 Roberta Street. Salt Lake City. This announcement is rmcie by> I. W. Stevens. Henagcr preiidcnu j M -W Softness cues a versatile casual—via rounded collar, via shoulder pleats -which bring easy blouse to its bodice. Choice of short or three-quarter sleeve versions in a wide range of sizes! No. 2462 is cut in sizes 16,18, 20, 36, 38. 40, 42, 44, 46, 48 and 50. Size 18, four yards, 39-inch or three yards 54-inch. Send 30 cents for Pattern with name, address, style number and size. Address Pattern Bureau, The Salt Lake Tribune, 652 Mission St., San Francisco, Cal. ADVERTIilMENT PQPS BEST! TASflK BCSTi Beth Keller, formerly of Logan and now of San Francisco, who is a daughter of Mrs. Gardner and the late Leroy F. Keller. The charming bride-elect will become the bride of Frank Dashiell of San Francisco in a ceremony to be solemnized the early part of November. Following their marriage, the newlyweds will make a home in Leggett Valley, Cal. Miss Keller attended Utah State Agricultural College in Logan, where she was a member of Chi Omega and served on the student council. Several prenuptial parties are planned to honor the future bride. Wedding Set Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Gunderson, formerly of Tooele, but now residing in Phoenix, Ariz., are announcing the engagement of their charming daughter, Miss Myrna Gunderson, who will repeat wedding vows with Merl Green in the near future. The future benedict is a son of Parley H. Green of Grantsville. The Salt Lake LDS Tempi* will provide the setting for tht nuptial exchange. Following their marriage, the newlyweds will make a home in Grantsville. Classics Citib Classics Club will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Lion House. Mrs. Marba C. Josephson will be guest speaker. Her subject will be "Japan, Gateway to Beauty." Mrs. Matthew Cowley will preside. If you've never worn a cashmere coat, row's the time to wrap yourself in this sheer luxuryl Our cashmeres ore loft as a kitten, light as o cloud and warm as toast! The/r« ot home in «very jetting-and right now they're at their lowest price in y«arsl Treaf yourself to an* today! 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