The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 34
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 34

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
Page 34
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Standard-Examiner, Sunday, Oct. 3,1971 MRS. CRAIG .L. VEARDEN Attractive Miss Becomes •* " ,. • • . ' Bride in Temple Rites •Miss Sheryl Ann Green of 369 p'olk, -became the bride of Craig Lewis Dearden on Thursday in a- ceremony performed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple with. President Selvoy J. Boyer of- fjciating. ;The bride is a daughter -of Mr. Bobbi Reed, Miss.'Jbaii Hall, Miss Janice, Miya v . and 1 ..Miss D o n e 11 Christensen- , as bridesmaids. • • -...-" LAVENDER LACE DRESS .The matron of honor wore an gown of lavender lace ^ MH-* .- - — o— -~-._. -. „. ... _ . and Mrs. Clifton B. Green of over crystalline with .floor wooded area, near a stream or VHere, Better Move Plants Now By EARL ARONSON - AP Newjfeature* means- it's tune o take in plants that summered 11 outdoors. Take them in, possible, before the .-heat is turned on so that they may get acclimated properly. Dig out plants' carefully, if •ou plunged them into the soil, and cut off roots straying hrough the bottom of the pot. 4. stiff vegetable brush, soap and water will clean the pots.' Long straggly shoots should be lopped off, broken or diseased parts trimmed, and the plant shaped if necessary. Spray plants thoroughly with an. insecticide suited for indoors. Keep the propellant can 18 inches from the plant to avoid injury. It is- a good idea to give plants a stop-off in a sheltered porch"-.for a week or two en- route indoors. They'll be better preparedxfor inside living. Repot your, plant if it has outgrown its current home. TOP TEN BULBS . Visitors to-the famed Keuken-, hof bulb gardens in Holland last spring at the peak of the bloom had ah- opportunity to vote'-for the flowers they liked most. . They selected eight tulips, one hyacinth and a daffodil. These top 10 are available for planting in the United States this fall. PEKSQM JO PERSON By FRANCES B. SMITH ..When a son ' comes safely home,. from . Vietnam, there's proper cause to rejoice. Lt. and Mrs. Bart Strong of Lexington Park, Md., brought-their baby daughter, Laurielo, to Utah to greet her uncle, Lt.- Scott L. Strong, who. has completed his duty .in the 'Far East. The visitors spent last week enjoying the beauty of Sun Valley, Idaho, with Lt.. Strong's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Strong of Ogden. 'On. , Friday afternoon Mrs. 'Carl Thompson and Mrs. J.P. O'Neill, asked a Jew friends to .luncheon ,at the Ogden Golf and County Club to meet Mrs. Bart Strong. Scott Strong has returned 'to .Utah State University to continue his studies. ' - . Mrs. Paul H. Lambert her family gathered Wednesday eyeningiat'the Country Club' for dinner, itrhonor .of her son, Fred FroerenJr,..who was 1 celebrating ' a J CALIFORNIA TRIP The. James L. Lavenders have just -returned from an interesting 1 trip which included stops, .at Lake Tahoe, the Sacramento and San Jo'aquiri River confluence and Reno on the {way home., They were house guests of Mr. Lavender's niece arid her -husband, the William Reeds, ; at their home on Bethel Island ; where they enjoyed boating • and traveling around the rich delta farmland. Word 'from Oregon - State LJmversi-ty at Corvallis, tells us that Elizabeth Catlin. daughter are the Larry J. Ronald Dee family Duane Dee family of also were guests. ; Mrs. Winifred Hauser a busy time showing . in-law Mrs. P.C. HauseJ;: of Wichita, Kan:, the many sights The bulbs, announced by the Netherlands Flower-bulb Institute, were chosen for color and appearance. "Explorer" was the outstanding daffodil. It is a trumpet daffodil with a finely- 'ormed, large golden yellow head. Picture it in clusters' in a >-:f' MRS.-'MICHAEL ^CHRISTENSEN .V'.- Gero/c/ene Sanders Wed To Michael Christensen returned Sunday from a visit to sunny California with a Stop 'in Loma Linda to spend a -few- days with her daughter and -son- in-law, the Crayton Walkers. Southern California was the destination of Mr.- and Mrs. Alan L. Nye. They saw their son, Bret, enrolled at Claremont ' Men's College . in Claremont, and spent a few days iri Los Angeles. In San Diego, where they were the house guests of their son and daughter-in-law, the Greg Nyes, they played a little golf before returning to Ogden. , • . ' - Local students attending the Utah State University who of-: Dr. and Mrs. James Catlin, has pledged Gamma Phi Beta and that Julie Daz, daughter of Mrs. Line Daz, has pledged Chi Omega. ;.. A family dinner Sunday at the Country Club given by Mr. and Mrs. Corey Dee followed the blessing of their granddaughter, Mantua. Parents of the j length skirt.. bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.| Bridesmaids wore dresses ' Farrell A. Dearden.. of 604 45th. tyled ^ same in pink _ : For her marriage and 1 ne | B e s t man duties were reception following at the Hams assumed by Jeff Burchell with House, the bride wore a -model Val G MeMn Hackw0rth of Chantilly lace over heavy ^ Paul Dearden as ushers . imported taffeta. j The newiy^s will live in Ogden. -The snug ..fitting bodice had a high neckline with' ruffle lace trim: and also-had leg o mutton sleeves.. • 'The/fwo tiered full skirt was .. ... accented by a tiered back panel | The Ogden Navy Mothers- tapering into a chapel length Club No. 34' will meet Friday •4-».:.* ' 3+- 9 n m of TTckll* around a garden tree. "Delft Blue" was the hyacinth selection. It has a big, well-filled flowerspike in porcelain blue, delicate and fragrant, just right for planting beneath you window. The winning tulips: Kees Nelis, Triumph class, big, blood-red flowers with or- M A A *L Navy Mothers I ange-hello border, I height; Pink medium LIBERTY—Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. 'Gene L. Sanders of the marriage of their daughter Geraldene to Michael Christensen of Logan. . ..Mr. Christensen is a son of Mr. • and Mrs. Keith' E. Christensen of Preston, Idaho. Marriage vows were .exchanged Friday in ceremonies performed at the Nordic Valley Golf Club, with President Keith Jensen,:-officiating. A'reception followed.. ..;... bossed . with white forget-me- nots, with-red chiffon 'sleeves. FLOWER GIRLS . Jackie Christensen -and Kimberlee Sanders, flower girls, v/ore white dresses embossed in of Utah during her first VSif. to the state. -~~? Mr. and Mrs. Starr-2Hfest Jones of New York Citj££nd their son, David, a senior^ at Utah State University,CJ2ere honored guests at a luncheon last Friday given by MrCl^and Mrs. James L. Russell of-Roy. Mrs. Jones, the Far East-editor of Guidepost Magazine, h"gd3u s t returned from London wher* he attended " " '*" Orient discussions at the parliament. Sjtish Miss Leslie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralpu-C. Smith, has left for WashHgfrn, D.C. and then on to Berne, Switzerland, where she w3t;be with the U.S. Embassy Her mother and her aunt--Mrs. Omal Barnett, both IgjSted family parties for Miss-Smith Lisa Marie Dee. Proud parents before she left Ogden. recently. pledged to the Chi Omega sorority are Jane Triscik, Kris McKee, 'Kathy Eckenbrecht, Patty Campbell and Paula'Sowers. • It was a real, surprise for Mrs, J. Russell Hoffman .when her four daughters gave a birthday party for her last -Tuesday. A few close friends-drove down to Salt Lake City to the home of Mrs. Ala Trehorn for the luncheon celebration. . Capt. Richard M. Goddard, who is flight examiner in the 3646 pilot training wing' at NEW BOOKS Books featured at the Weber County Library this week include the following titles: "A Rose For Virtue," by Norah Lofts. The private of one of history's most fascinating women, Hortense de Beauharnais, step-daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte. "Just Wait Till You Have Children of Your Own!" by i Erma Bombeck and Bill Keane. v/uic wmic uicasco cuuuuaacu oil T . ,*. . . ^_, °^- t? — red, with floor length skirts. ^ g ^™, ^L? 0 ™.? 3 ^. "L?.^ Larry Sanders perfor duties of best man,_ with. Senders, Richard Brent Chris'tensen Christensen serving as ushers. The couple will : W-. 725 N. ; Logan. On. Saturday evening, the I couple-was further a reception in Preston. . . For the nuptial events, the bride was attractively attired in a white taffeta gown with fitted bodice and long sleeves with strong erect "stem, blooms 'in Flying Dutchman,. Dar- train. bride's matron sister attended of honor with Mss | are invited. at 2 p.m. at Fellowship Manor, L 2334 Monroe. All members andi y as!women with-sons in the service .'Mrs. Michael E. Shupe. the 2334 Monroe. All members and V^* KeAnedv Darwin hvbid „.;,]„>„ oiot^ .,««m^ -»* iwnmen ™ifh.enn.r m tho'»7tri™. tien ? _ Aefflieoy, ojarwin nyaia, Two Will Wed November 4th ;The engagement of Miss Judy Hagen to Larry'F.'Thome is announced today. -The bride-elect is a daughter of Mrs. Ray D. Hagen, 625 Patterson, and the late Mr. Hagen. "Mr. Thorne is a "son of Mr. and Mrs. DeWay'ne C Thorpe. 1§5 N. 2nd '-E., Kaysville. -The couple will repeat vows tfov. 4 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. • Miss Hagen was graduated from Ogden High School and LDS Seminary. She was a mem- b£r of the National Honor Society. '.Miss Hagen is reigning Orchid Ball Queen of Weber State. 'Mr. Thorpe was graduated from Davis High School and! Seminary.\He attended- Utah State University and was a rnember of Sigma Chi Fraternity. g o 1 d e n-yelTow flower with bronze-green base, excellent for background. .Queen of Sheba, Lily-flowered (class, brownish red with orange I edging, ideal in clumps; Comet, I Parrot class, orange red with yellow edging, feathery petals; JUDY. HAGEN He" f s 'attending Weber State. He played on the Weber State baseball' team for two years. He also served an LDS mission in the Northern Mexican Mission. . lace apphque. Attendants were -Miss Lynette Hadley as maid of honor, 'arid Miss Judy Painter and Miss Sheila Willard, bridesmaids. They wore red frocks em- Semprs Musical Society to M®et , Sempre Musical. Society will Princeps, Fosteriana class, one (meet Thursday at the home of of largest blooms of all tulips, sturdy stem, 'tall, scarlet with green leaves; Red Riding Hood, Greigii class, oriental scarlet flower turning to black at base, purple-mottled leaves, short stem, good for rock garden. ' If you plant all 10 r you can have a continuous "'display of flow'ers~throttgn' next spring. Peonies do very well from fall planting. So do Oriental Poppies, which are available now" in new color shades. Both like deeply spaded soil and rich loam. Mrs. Grant Wood. Mrs. F. D. Maughan is.chair-j man of the program which'will 1 include a panel discussion on "The Obligations of the Private' Music Teacher." Panel members are: Mrs. Robert T. Benson, Mrs. Loren B. Crawford and Mrs. Carl E, Andra. Musical numbers will b e performed by Mrs. Victor D. Castlemain Mrs. Ray E. Child, Mrs. 0. S. Daines, Mrs.- Edward-Noble, Mrs. Ralph .Collins and Mrs. G. Aaron Gibbs. The couple will reside at 411 Tex., has spent the week _ his parents, Mr. and Paul Goddard. A family dinner at the County Club on Wednesday included Capt. Goddard's brother and sister-in- law, the Paul Fox Goddards of Salt Lake City, and Ms aunt and uncle,. Mr.. and Mrs. Calvin A. Behle. • On snowy Thursday morning the members of the Weber Medical Auxiliary gave a warm decorated with themes from" the great fairy tales, filled with miniature treasures. 1C "The C a li f o rn ian,* by Todhunter Ballard. A colatful novel of the gold rush efajand the dynamic growth o£ the great express companies. The Jerusalem Bible," Alexander Jones, General Editor. A new edition of. THE JERUSALEM BIBLE to serve the needs of the general reader seeking a fresh, modern rendition, of the Gospel message'— A truly light-hearted account of| - Code Five/ /' by . what actually goes on between Slaughter. Real people, serious the generations. contemporary problems, and "Colleen Moore's Doll medical technology are combined in this fast-paced tale of.a House," by Colleen Moore, Photographed by Will Rousseau. A tour-through the world's most famous doll house—designed and lighted by Hollywood set designers and lighting experts, Ladies Literary Meets Wednesday decaying metropolitan hospital and the surgeon who sets 'out' to save it-—and himself. "The Unfashionable Human Body," by Bernard Rudofsk'y. An examination of the maze of prejudices and inhibitions.,that entrap the human body. "The Face in the Shadows^" by Velda Johnston, An : .enthralling novel of romanct'an'd The Ladies Literary Club will suspense about a girl whose meet Wednesday for a 12:3D friendship with a frightened p.m. luncheon at the home of! ^brings her into the _ world TUT T^ ic-,!,«„, ^- 9iMil°f the rich; a world that r is Mrs. Ted Kirkmeyer. 2bO| surrounded by dark - shadows welcome at the County Club tolRoundtoft Drive in Salt Lake| w here.a killer waits. the wives of six new doctors who have moved to 6gden. Honored were Mrs. Richard M. Allen, Mrs. Kenneth G. Johnson, Mrs. J. Richard' Rees, Mrs. City. Mrs. Kirkmeyer is in charge of the program. Club officers for' 1571-72 sre Perry T, Roberts. Mrs. Warren Mrs- Pa ' jl H. Lambert, presi- R. Rupper and Mrs. Harvey I dent; Mrs. Paul T. Kunz. vice Ruskin. Mrs. Richard Nillson, |president; Mrs. P. A. Ballin- president, and Mrs. John Newton and Mrs. Louis Snider, chairmen, hosted the event. .Mrs. Fred Froerer Sr. and ger, secretary; Mrs. 0. Marvin Lewis, treasurer; Mrs; Blaine V. Glasmann, reporter and Mrs. Royal Eccles, historian. "Forty Acres," by Mark-Day. An in-depth Chavez, his study of Cesar accomplishments, '' and the lot of the workers ''he led. -• "'•"• "A Fall of Angels," by Elizabeth Savage. Set ffn-t&e lush island of Jamaica, this bittersweet novel concerns ".a. husband and wife—and the unspoken and subtle rhythms 'which define their relationship: SEEN IN PARIS — The show -i.0/ - legs slacks . . . the left bank -fashion boutiques are featuring slacks slit o p, e n and hemmed back with spaced stripes of leather • (knotted , on the ends) the width of ;the opening. They .look great with blue-jeans and bright red kne.e socks. Very new, now and easy. StfPP-HOSE FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER! REG. $4.95 SUPP-HOSE STOCKINGS PAIRS $ FOR 7 90 Stock up on Schiaparelli's famous Supp-Hose at these'gteat savings. Regular stockings'and pantyhose wjth.-fhe marvelous long wearing support and comfort that Supp-Hdse.gfiy'e. REG. $5.95 SUPP-HOSE PANtYHOSr2::iir,..$^ r v BENEFIT PERFORMANCE.... FOR YOU :ALLEV!A NJGHT CREAM ONE-HALF PRICE FOR OCTOBER ONLY An all time beauty classic. This airy fluff of a cream smooths and softens, helps firm and tone all at once. ;'This is Allevi^'s secret. It fends off time and climate gently-and swiftly:-.. .simultaneously.. ." recharging the appearance of your skin with a fresh, vital look. - October only: $17.5:0 REG: $35 S27.50 ^ ** «ED-MNYECO w I I I i .Kimberly knits the coatdress of the year in pure wool. An . absolutely flowing feeling freely stated in the softest terms. Polished brass buttons gleanVall the way down the front, and are echoed in discs on the saddle leather belt. , $110 '1 RED M NYC CO '4.

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