The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 36
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Standard-Examiner, Sunday, Oct. 3,1971 PATTERN OGDEN BPW CLUB TO MEET The." Ogden Business and Professional Women's Club will meet; Saturday at 7:30 • p.m. at .the -Mansion ' 'House. Students'.from Roy High- School will furnish the entertainment. Speakers Scott Muirand-,Ronda Fletcher of the Interact. Club will discuss the young adult outlook on present day world affairs. • The Royal Chamber- Choir will sing. Mrs. Robert D. Garner is chairman" with".', Mrs. " Lee Chamberlin, Mrs. Thomas Stewart, Mrs. E. -H. Slade and Miss -.,Vida Hendricks assisting, • " • : For reservations c ail 1 Mrs. Garner- at 399-3070. Women • Voters' Ca// Sessions. In City, County The.League of Women Voters I of Ogden and Weber County will hold unit meetings -• this week as follows: ' Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs.-'J. Kenneth Doty, 717 E. 4700 S.' Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the! Your choice of print will turn home of Mrs. Gerald Goddard, j this darling dress into'the peas- KAYSVILLE SOCIAL NEWS MRS. STEVEN R. R1LIJ ~ A4/SS CAROL LYNN MILLER WED TO STEVEN R. HILL f , In a ceremony solemnized Friday at the '-Srd-lOth LDS Ward Chapel, the former Miss Carol .Lynn Miller became the bride of Steven Ray Hill.. : " Parents of .the newly-wed couple'are.JMr.'and •-Mrs. Peter Poole of 1550 Childs and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hill of 1720 Lincoln. ..' The ceremony, performed by Bishop Gilbert : Thompson was followed by. a reception. - The bride received guests in a white floor length dress styled with scooped neckline, short ; j sleeves and A-line skirt. . . Wearing pink floor length models with lace "trimming the front were attendants, Miss Bonnie .Hill, maid of honor; Miss Kathy Miller and Miss • Vickie HilL ' ' - / Edward Hathaway was best man and Stanley Ward and Stephen Hines ushered. The couple will reside at 2393 Quincy. Many Ouf-oi-Staters Pay Davis Call KAYSVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. to moving to Luke Air Force, ed with Mrs. Simmons sister DavidsTrijillo and : :children, : -Mi- Base; Phoenix, Ariz.,' for, his chaei'.and Christopher have re-turned: to their' home at Roswell, N.M. after spending the summer months with her mother, Mrs. Helen Barnes. Mrs. Trijillo is the former New- and ' brother-in-law, Mr. and ;Hext assignment. •: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Neville land her sister Mrs. Gay Taylor Mrs., Robert. Anderson in Paris. Mrs.-'"Anderson was the former Kate-Ellison of.Layton. L. E. Simmons returned to of Salt/Lake. City,, recently vis-1 attend Harvard Business School ited at Cardston, • Alberta, Canada, Glacier National Park and eleen Barnes and has accepted | Idah( > FaUs ' Idaho TO HONOLULU Brad Weaver .has returned a jqb ; mirsing at the Eastern Medical-Center there; Mr.: and Mrs. Harvey Gallc-ifroro a trip to Honolulu, Hgwaii way of Downey, Idaho have where he was. a guest of his been visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Galloway and with other relatives in the area. ' • Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reeyes'and family of Cleveland, Ohio-were breakfast guests of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Adams, last week. brother and' family, Mr. and Mrs.' Val Weaver. En .route home he visited in Hayward,. -Calif." with his sister and : family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McEwen. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Simmons have' returned from a month- long ''tour of Europe. They were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nielson! met in London by their son, and daughter Tanya of Denver, [ L. E. Simmons who had spent Colo, visited with his parents, Mr; and Mrs. Merritt Nielson -and family for three weeks prior the summer months there. He showed them '.around Scotland, Wales and England. They visit- at Cambridge, Mass. They also visited with their other son and daughter-in-law, 'Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Simmons at Boston, with,another sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith of Kaysville, and with relatives in Layton. Mrs. Stephens entertained- at an open house Sunday in th'eir honor. FROM IDAHO Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F£ee- man of Rockland, Idaho have Mass., en route-home. been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons vis-!^. M. Maxfield. ited France, Holland, Italy,' Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Ehlen of Austria, Switzerland, England. ; Anoka, Minn, were house guests Scotland and Wales during their if or 10 days of her brother x and tour. . j sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Les- Monday overnight guests of He Orr. Dr. and Mrs. George F. Snell Miss Sue Andrus and '.Miss and family were her parents!Judy Culler, both students at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olpin of Brigham Young Universitv, Heber City. Another house guest ' - -' --' -""—•--'-" was their brother-in-law Hardy Anderson of Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Roberts) Mr. Buster Webb of Hawaii ofcD'es Moines, Iowa are house',has been visting recently.with guests of his sister Mrs. Lois his parents, Mr. and Mrs. v Par- Stephens and are also visiting ley Webb. spent a weekend at Farmington. N.M. visiting with. Judy's-,' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Culler. 443 Robins. Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Lee Carter, S91 E. 3150 N. Discussion subject will be "Do You Really Know Your City and County?" Women who. are citizens of voting age interested in league study may contact Mrs. Calvin ould, membership chairman, 393-4748. Veterans Groups To Hear Reports Veterans of World War I, Barracks 1011, and Auxiliary will meet Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the Golden'Hours Center, 650 25th. Mrs. Edwin G. Putnam, auxiliary president, and ^William Winchester, commander,- request all members attend, as ant or'gypsy look that is so; popular today. It features the new puffed sleeve with a contrasting bodice inset that continues around the back circling the gathered waist. The sleeves are full with contrasting cuffs. Fabric suggestions cotton, velveteen, jersey, knits, synthetic blends, light-1 weight wool. 71501 is cut in ready-to-wear Misses Sizes S-18. Size 12 requires 1% yards of 54" fabric for the dress and IVa yards' of any width fabric for the contrasting bodice. To order 71501; give .size, name, address and zip. Send $1.50. ' Address SPADEA, Box N, Dept. OX-1, Milford, N.J. 08848, Pattern Books by Classification: Afternoon and Cocktail Dresses —1.00.. .^sfctffei^ -' CCfB 'W¥*£3» l: PERMANENT WAVE ©a. several important reports will, be given by delegates who at-jio tended the recent national con- 12 version in Houston, Tex. Mrs. Lcis Blood of Cedar City, Utah State Auxiliary president, also will be present. Misses Bust Waist Hips "Length "32 23 34 IS'/i 33 24 35 16% 34 25 36 16% 36 26Vz 37% 17 38 28 39 17% 40 30 41 17 3 /a ''From Nape of Neck to Waist SPECIAL Helene Curtis Empress Reg. 15:00 10.00 Mon., Tues., Wed. only Use your Bon Charge Account °LEE ANN PARSONS iDARLENE DeRYKE Engaged Couples Circle October, November Dotes time ever event (their marriage. Darlene DeRyke Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. De" of 1130 27th, announce the Lee Ann Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Parsons of 1675 llth, announce the' approaching marriage of their daughter Lee- Ann -to Roger .L. Hunt, son of Mr, and-Mrs..An-|g 1 g a g ement of *eir daughter thony N. Hunt of 2734 S. "450 W., jD a r 1 e n e to -Martin A. Over- 1 Taylor. ' ' - Jr. Miss Parsons was. graduated from Ben Lomond High 1 School and. Seminary. She was a member of the a cappella and rnod- The future bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Overdiek Sr., 2168 Tyler. The marriage will be solemnized Oct. 15 in the Salt Lake ern choirs and : the National - — _. __ _ Honor Society. -She has been LDS Temple, and the couple attending Weber State College will be honored at a reception) and is employed in Ogden. - - in- the LDS 52nd Ward Cultural Mr. Hunt also was" graduated I Hall. from Ben Lomond, lligh .and;!'^e bnde,elect,was .graduat- Scminarv where he was a mem- ?! C roi P Ogden High-School and Seminary where he was a member of the Honor Society. He is- serving in the Army Re-. LDS Seminary, and attended Weber State College. serves.and is employed : in Og-L,She is a graduate of an air- den He has attended Weberf^es school in Kansas City, Mo. Her fiance was. graduated State. -The couple has set ;Nov. .18, as- a wedding date -with /the ceremony to be performed in the Salt Lake 'LDS Temple. -The couple will resume their studies at Weber State /after from Ogden High School and attended LDS Seminary. He attended Weber State College and served an LDS mission in the Netherlands. He is em-1 ployed in Salt Lake City. (RN TO DRIVE NOW! CUSSES HELD DAILY. '< 10 a.m. to noon—6 p.m. to * p.m. Complete course—2. to 3 weeks , Register and begin classes anytime , Dual control cars; auto, and standard WE SPECIALIZE IN'.TRAINiNG'THE HANDICAPPED WEBER ; DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOL •2954 Wash. Blvd. Beatrice Bids., Room '301 /Office: 394-9071 Hornet 782-5344 :, "This school is licensed by the state of Utah SUPP-HOSE SALE October 4th through The greatest opportunity ever -to purchase : Supp-hose Panty Hose and Stockings. Now, •while they are ON SALE. Stock up on your favorite styles and colors at terrific savings. .Or try another great look from Supp-hose. -. Supreme Plus Panty Hose. Control panty. Sheer support legs. The combined ultra-sheer flat knit support gives you the plus of gentle control and -elegant sheerness. And of course, 'Supreme Panty Hose wiith the sheer, longwearing support you love. Take advantage of these terrific savings! Register for free hosiery. 9th 5.95 Supp-Hose Panty Hose 2 PAIR 9.00 YOU SAVE 2.90 (Single pair 4,95) 4.95 Supp-Hose Stockings 2 PAIR 7.90 YOU SAVE 2.00 (Single pair 4.25) 5.95 Supp-Hose Sheerest Stockings 2 PAIR 9.00 YOU SAVE 2.90 (Single pair 4.95) shapes the Fall '71 shirtdress in a tapestry stripe print of Arnel jersey Easy on ... easy go, that's the Stroller story and yours, in this non-stop, fluid motion shirtdress. It's designed to please you with long sleeve button cuffs, two side pockets in the .shirt, and step-in button front: The Stroller puts it all together with flawless 'tailoring in an Arnel triacetate jersey 'that washes easily, seldom shows a wrinkle, needs little or no ironing. In navy,: or plum. Misses and Half sizes. Miss Ogden Dresses, second floor. ' -THE

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