The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 49
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 49

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
Page 49
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MRS. ROBERT J. JAMES Two Exchange Promises In Chapel at Hill AFB • , 1 . • HILL AIR 'FORCE BASE— \ waistline, and floor length-skirt Col. and Mrs. James Robert Ho well of 3229 Hamilton, announce -the marriage of their .daughter Jill to Robert Jerome James, v The bridegroom's parents are -Mr. and Mrs. Jerome B. James of 905 Iowa, Ogden. HAFB Chapel rites, per- •fonned Friday by Chaplain William Fulton united the couple in marriage. ' A reception followed at the Hill Air Force Base Officers' Club. ,_ tapering into a chapel length train. Wearing a brown silk organza gown with ivory embroidered flower trim was the matron of honor, Mrs. Wayne Doman. BEST MAN DUTIES Sheldon Hailing was best man and, James Robert HowelT III, brother .of the bride, and Gary B. Cope were ushers. The .couple will make their home in Oklahoma City, Okla. The bride attended the TT«:,,rt».c.;^r «F Mi phi era r> and Chilly Days Puf. Cover On Hofpanfs By JOAN O'SULLIVAN Hotpants, the hottest fashion news -this .past summer are, with cooler weather, logically retreating to more of an undercover role. • . . . ' You .will find;'them'peeping out 'from under slit, 'wrap, adding peek-a-boo interest ' to the fall fashion .scene.' : This" latest undercover trend means that, more women will be able to wear abbreviated pants, for skirts, even thought slit or open, provide a good measure of camouflage for the woman who has less-than-perfect legs. Pants are made for freedom and action—hence their popularity. This is also why lively all-American wool, m pliant jersey, double-knit or sweater-knit, is a popular pants fabric. MORE FLEXIBLE Wool flexes and moves with the body; it never constricts. Whether sitting or striding, the wearer never feels harnessed, as she does in. rigid, nogive fabrics that strain at the seams when a woman bends over or i springs into action. Double layers of skirts over pants,, while' generally flattering to more figures, could pose problems for the. woman who doesn't need any extra dimension around her hips, but knitted wool fabrics are so soft land so supple that they -flow smoothly and naturally without adding bulk. A fine wool jersey, tor example, is so airy-light that there is no thickness even inj triple-layering. 22 ^cSsr-i ,--'= in a delightful three-level costume of shirred skirt worn over a shorter-shirted tunic that offers just an enticing glimpse | of shorts below its -hemline. ' CHILDCULTURE PLANS EVENT The Child Culture Club will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Bertha Eccles Community Art Center. "Art Out of the.Attic" will theme, the day's program which will feature an old- fashioned style show. Artifacts, both old'and new will be displayed. Ogden musicians, Mr. and Mrs. Alden G. Pettigrew and Mrs. Gail Guyon Brown will render violin selections. Hostesses for the day are, . Mrs. George: W: .Vogel/ chairman, assisted-by. Mrs. George V..S.impson and Mrs. Vernal Jensen. Standard-Examiner, Sunday, Oct. 3, 1971 17C MRS. CHRISTOPHER THOMPSON Two Joined in Wed/pck In Ogden Nuptial Event The attracve re we moK wedding dress of ivory Weber State, Mr. James was French satin styled with a drop_ffla_d^^Jrom_Weber_State. DUP Camp Granny Smith Camp, North Company; Daughters of Utah Pioneers, will meet Thursday at 7-30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. iDorothy Bryne, 7900 E. 1440 N" Huntsville. with •• Barta Knight assisting hostess. ' HUNTSVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. LaMar H. George of 6846 E. 1st, announce the marriage of their daughter Honda Kae to Christopher F. Thompson. The bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs. Harold F. Thompson of 1506 24th, Ogden. The young couple repeated nuptial promises Saturday evening in.* ceremonies performed, at the.Edgewood in Ogden, with Judge E. F. Ziegler officiating. | For her wedding and the re- ! ception following, the.bride was lovely in a 'full length gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta, with empire waist, mandarin collar anolong bouffant s'eeves. | Attendants were Mrs. James; Emerson as matron of honor. Miss LaRut- Linderman, maidj of honor, and Mrs. Randy Rhodes and Mrs. Rod George, attending matrons. They were .attired in frosty pink full length hostess gowns accenting velveteen burgundy hot pants. Dave Bass served as best man, with Leo • Meyers, John Thompson and Rod George serving as ushers. The couple will reside in South Ogden. ". Friendly Club j The Friendly Club will meet] at the Bamboo Noodle. 2426 j Grant on Thursday at 7 p.m. Mary Pottkotter is hostess. beauty salon HUNT'S featuring ... DARLENE LINDSAY Hunl's'welcomes Dorlene 1o their'staff of spcciolists.-Thoy would like to encourage all of her friends and patrons to visit her at her new location! 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