The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on October 15, 1954 · Page 10
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 10

Provo, Utah
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Friday, October 15, 1954
Page 10
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10 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1954 . x Utah County. Utah DAILY HERALD WANDA JEAN SHUMWAY Robin, Idaho Home For Newly Married Couple Los Vegas and Southern California were chosen as honeymoon destinations for Wanda Jean Shumway and Jack Bishard following their Oct. 4 wedding ceremony in Robin, Ida. Wanda Jean is the daughter o Mr. and Mrs. William Shumway Orem, while Jack is the son o Mr. »and Mrs. Fred Yoast, o Robin. TON I MADSON One of the Finest Tap Dancers Now Teaching at the Utah Conservatoire of Dance Provo—474 West Center and SprinrvlUe Memorial Hall Phone Springville 633-J The bride is a graduate of Lincoln High School and LDS Seminary. She has been employed in Pocatello, Ida., for the last two years. Jack graduated from the Idaho High School. The newly married Mr. and Mrs. Bishard will make their home in Idaho, according to the parents of the bride who are announcing her marriage. * * * Ashen Ahmed Speaks To P. G. Fireside PLEASANT GROVE—Fireside meeting was held this week following sacrament meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alroy Gill man where members of the Mia Maids, Explorers, Junior Gleaners and Junior M Men of the Pleasant Grove Farst Ward met :o hear a talk by Ashen Ahmed, Farm Exchange student from Pakistan, who is at present living at the home of Mr. and Mrs. •illman. Twenty-eight young people were n attendance to hear the talk. Refreshments were prepared and served by Junior Gleaner com- nittee members Colleen Blackhurst, chairman; Ha Jean Walker and Colleen Fenton assisted jy their teacher Mrs. Dora Chrisiansen. Other teachers of groups attending were, Jack Lee for Junior M Men, Duane McCandless, Mia Maids and Leon Smith and Jay Ovard Explorers. • • * Club Notes CARPENTERS' AUXILIARY Tonight, 8 p.m. in labor temple. * * * Hawaii produces 70 per cent of the world's processed pineapple. Poetry Week Prize Winning Poem HE WALKED BEFORE ME High on a blue-white mountain I wandered, In a fawn-like breeze near the topmost crest. The resilient grass was tall and green Where I had walked; Straight blades seemed not to mind my passing there. Surely He had walked before me In the dawn-splendor, and His robe, As it gently brushed them, Left its color on fringed gentains, Rare as purple mist. Clusters of blue mertensia Nodded a place for me to sit, It seemed intrusion. Lush, untouched was this beauty Amid limpid moss and evergreens, Amid trailing mountain vines Hugging damp and dripping rocks; Through every crevice peeked tiny primrose, yellow and pink. Spectrum asters bloomed everywhere on this sloping hill. Virgin - white columbine rose above the scent ol trillium. The radiant sheen of these unsullied blooms • Must have caught the pearl and silver gleam Of His face. High on a blue-white mountain I walked with Him. There, serenity unequaled By any place to which I must return. Accepting mertensia's invitation to remain, I sat down, still and silent, Lest the crystal air of heaven shatter. By Lillian Johnson Groneman * * * 'TIL SEVEN TIMES SEVEN? Can I forgive? Forgiveness requires debt and I deny that any man owes me. I try to give, to sacrifice, but get from every effort more than equity. What I hoard doth spoil but powers divine multiply my debt till debt is mine. Unearned I now have life, have friends and love; truths yield richly where I sow the seed. The Earth, my fellow-men and powers above unite in my behalf—fill every need if I but ask. My prayer—the life I live, am in debt and debtors can't WOULD BE LIGHT WEIGHTS WITH BIG APPETITES LAMB Lamb is so delicious you'll always want more . . . but don't worry — you can eat all the lamb you want and never have to worry about gaining weight. In fact, you can cat your fill of delicious Lamb, take it easy on starches and sweets, and actually lose from 6 to 10 pounds a month. When You Hove A Meal To Plan . . . PRODUCERS LIVESTOCK MARKETING ASSOCIATION forgive. Geo. W. Tucker HERITAGE ' Oh give him back his proud estate uid let him sow and reap again, DispeU the seeds of greed and hate Vnd share a fellowship with men 3h let him taste upon his lips fhe salty tang of honest sweat, -«t pride flow to his fingertips d break the chains of fear and debt. \ God, where harvest is deplete, Vnd war's black rcourage lays waste the land, ./et love of heritage so sweet juide true the plowman's steady hand. Dh let no doubting moments loan ^ cloud to dim his eager skies, ie is the sinew and the bone, i. him the strength of nations lies! Camilla Woodbury Judd 158 W. 4th South Springville, Utah * * • JTAH STAKE IELIEF SOCIETY Sunday 2:30 p. m. in Fourth Yard Chapel. All officers and lass leaders urged to attend. Dentists Meet With Wives For Dinner The Provo District Dental Society and Auxiliary met in Nephi Wednesday evening for an informal turkey dinner-business meeting given by the Nephi Fourth Ward Relief Society. Following the dinner auxiliary ladies and the Men's Dental Society separated for individual meetings. Mrs. Herald Glen Clark showed colored slides and gave a travelog of her recent tour of Europe to the ladies' auxiliary while no formal program was heard by the men's group. Attending were Doctors Theodore Bennion, C. O. Jensen, Roy W. Humpherys and Doctors and their wives D. C. Je.nsen, D. H. Johnson, Sanford M. Bingham, Delbert C. Brimhall, Thomas G. Bullock, DaCosta Clark, Paul D. Clark, Miland L. Coburn, Jesse H. Ellsworth, Woodrow E. Evans, LaNell Hayward, Reed A. Holdaway, Preston L. Jones, Wlllard V. Loveridge, Wendall H. Mc- arry, Madison W. Merrill, Norman Oborn, Alfred Ridge Jr., Homer F. Royle, Nelson A. Snow, Walter D. Tueller, W. L. Tueller, Frank B. Wheelwright, Clinton B. Wiest, George Whitby, Rex A. AVhiting, W. L. Worlton, Noel Taylor, Jack Marshall and Mrs. Flora S. McKell. * * * Fifty Class Members Make Salt Lake Trip PAYSON — Over 50 girls and boys of the Nebo Stake Guide and Seagull classes participated ji a temple excursion last Saturday in Salt Lake City. The 25 iris and 27 boys made the trip by chartered bus and auto. They were baptized for over 500 names. In addition to going to the temple, the group visited the Primary Children's Hospital, the LDS Church Office Building, KSL radio and TV stations and other places of interest. Supervising the trip were Mrs. Beatrice Larson, stake Seagull leader, Mrs. Miles Hurst v and Mr, Hurst, who is head of- stake genealogy baptismal work. * * * Payson Woman To Take Trip PAYSON—Mrs. Zina Erlandson plans to leave Saturday for Sum mit, New Jersey, where she will visit during the coming six weeks with her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Erwin W. (Thelma Holman. Prior to her departure she is spending a few days in Salt Lake City with, a younger daughter, Mrs. Stephen (Ad/ Lynch, and family. She has been honored at two social gatherings here, in anticipation of her trio East. Her daughter, Mrs. Clark Elmer, asked a few ladies to join for luncheon and bridge a da> last week, with covers arranged Lillian Groneman Named Poetry Contest Winner LILLIAN GRONEMAN Traffic Dance Scores Hit At Lincoln OREM—A unique traffic dance s being planned for Lincoln High School students Friday evening at the gym, 8 p. m. It is under he sponsorship of the student council: with Beverly* Booth and 3reg Farley in charge of special arrangements. Three faculty members will act as special deputy "police" and will fine participants for viola:ion of rules and exact penalties. Floor signs will point out "No Parking" areas, "one-way streets" with plenty of stop sign and go slow signs to be included. A gala time is being planned. Donald Marumoto is in charge of arrangements for the intermission floor show. Lillian Groneman 'will receive' Eirst place award in the State Poetry Contest during a program scheduled for the Salt Lake City Art Barn, Oct. 17 at 8:30 p.m. for her poem, He Walked Before Me. Mrs. Groneman,' the wj*e of L;:Var Groneman and a lifetime Provo resident, was the former Lillian -Johnson and has written many poems throughout her life including children's verses. She L currently working on a book and also a play. The artbarn program will feature the reading of-Mrs. Groneman's prize winning poem and selected poems from "Utah Sings" a collection of poetry by Utah authors read by Mrs. Jeanene Peterson in counterpoint to colored slide photographs illustrating the poetry. Mrs. Groneman has sold many of her poems. This is the secor«3 time she has won a first prize in a state contest. In 1952 her contribution "The Mist Has Blown In" won first place in the Federated Womens* Club contest. She is currently affiliated with the Women's Council and League of Utah Writers and the Provo Poetry week chairman. Poetry Week has . been celebrated throughout the state during Oct. 10 to 16. The prize winning poem, "He Walked Before Me" was written by the author when she climbed to the summits of Mt. Timpan- ogos early in June "when the flowers were first blooming—the quiet, the majesty, the all-inspiring quiet with no others to race me to the top inspired me to put the words on paper. It was wonderful to see Timpanogos and be able to take the time to see it as I did," says Mrs,. Groneman. The prize winning poem appears on this page. Spanish Fork News Men Leave On Business Trip SPANISH FORK—Reuben D. Gardner arid his son-in-law, Clyde Gessell, of Salt Lake City, left recently by train for a combined business and vacation jaunt to New York City and points in the eastern U. S. They plan to be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Schwendiman and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bellows left this city recently for a vacation .in the St. Louis, Mo. area. While there they plan to visit friends and relatives and do some sightseeing. Current guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonne in Falls Church, Virginia, are Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jex of Spanish Fork. Mrs. Bohne the former Esther Mae Jex. for Mrs. Mable Robinson, Mrs. Kathryn Betts, Mrs. Ella Amos, Mrs. Erlandson and Mrs. Elmer. On Thursday Mrs. Rebecca Johnson entertained in her honor, with the following enjoying the affair in addition to Mrs. Erlandson: Mrs. Ella Amos, Mrs. A. E. Wall, Mrs. Mable Robinson, Mrs. Emma Cluff, Mrs. Bert Stevens, Mrs. Kathryn Betts. Around the Town Utah County Beauticians Have Dinner Meet in Provo SPANISH FORK—Utah County Beauticians held their first dinner meeting Tuesday evening in Provo. Mrs. Faye Rose of Provo was installed as the new president. Mrs. Edith Maxfield is the immediate past president who installed the following new officers: Mrs. Elaine Robbins, Salem, first vice president; Mrs. Norma Hales, second vice president; Mrs. Avis Hiatt, Provo, secretary; Mrs. Blanche Tadd, Spanish Fork and Mrs. Zelva Merrill, Provo, reporters. The Hair Fashion Show will be held in Springville Nov. 17. Each model will represent a county in Utah. There were 24 present. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin O. Richies have received word that hey have a new granddaughter. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Roland Richies, El Paso, Tex. The baby girl weighed four pounds, eight ounces on Oct. 7. She will be named Paula Marie. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Nathan of Chicago. Mrs. Clara Henline and her four children of Tooele will make their home at 230 North Main Street in the Fuller basement apartment. Mrs. Merrill T. Crandall and Mrs. Devetta Stewart of Orem were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jex. Mrs. Rose Warthen of Grantsville was recently honored on her 83rd birthday. Mrs. Lois Stewart and Mrs. Clarence Sheen, the latter of Salem at whose home the party was held, were co- hostesses. A MILWAUKEE FAVORITE is this dish of round steak, dill pickles and vegetables. La Nesta Chorus Reorganizes, Practices Begin PAYSON — Nebo stake ladies' chorus, La Nesta, has organized and commenced weekly practices for the season. Mrs. Josephine Christensen is new president, with Mrs. Lila Carlisle as secretary; Mrs. Ardella Burdick, reporter, and Mrs. Verda Davis, librarian. Committees accepting duties j are as follows: membership, Mrs. Elva Taylor, Mrs. Joyce Ashworth, Mrs. Martha Tanner, Mrs. Joyce Provstgaard; secular program and music committee, Mrs. Phyllis Rodgers, Mrs. Dorothy Christensen, Mrs. June Fullmer and Mrs. May Dixon; sacred program- committee, Mrs. Emma Broadbent, Mrs. Verda Davis, Mrs. Nelda Worthington and Mrs. Vera Parkinson. 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