The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 6, 1975 · Page 37
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 37

Provo, Utah
Issue Date:
Sunday, April 6, 1975
Page 37
Start Free Trial

Page 37 article text (OCR)

Francine Foote to Marry William Weeks April 16 Francine N. Foote will become the bride of William "Bill" Weekes in rites to be performed April 16 in the Lehi Reception Center. A reception will be held to honor the couple that evening at the same location from 7 to 10 p.m. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy P. Nelson of Lehi and the late Reginald R. Nelson. Mr. Weekes is the son of Mrs. I.E. McGill of Heybum, Ida. and Mr. C.H. Weekes of Union, Ore. The bride-elect graduated from Lehi High School and has attended Brigham Young University. She is currently a secretary at Lehi Junior High School. Mr. Weekes is attending BYU with a major in agricultural business. Best men at the ceremony will be Richard Reed and Joel Croft. Following the wedding the couple will make their home in Orem. Sunday. April fi. 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah-Paee 37 In Provo Temp/e Virginia Adams to Marry Jerry Covington in Rites KIM RASMUSSEN Kim Rasmussen Plans To Wed Richard Condie FRANCINE N. FOOTE World Fashions Evening Wear Steals Show By BETTE KNIGHT NASSAU, BAHAMAS George Stavropoulos has this terrible problem. It's almost an obsession. After he knocks himself out making clothes for women to wear during the day, invariably the evening things set people oohing and aahing. It's been going on since he made his first collection in New York a dozen years ago, and it happened again the other afternoon when he showed his spring and summer styles. It seems that neither store buyers nor private customers can resist the drift of chiffon or the flutter Stitchin' Time of silk. The day clothes were respectable enough, shifting between loose coats and narrow, wrapped styles that sheltered soft shirts or sweaters. But, as usual, their memory faded as the evening dresses floated out. Even the unassuming ones in voile, with only a subdued number of ruffles and capelets. They set out the pace for the more elaborate dresses to come, the ones with sleeves that floated like angel wings or billowed out to be caught poetically at the wrists. Many styles were voluminously full, but thin enough to be wrapped tautly at the waist with a sash; a few followed the figure. It all built up to a crescendo of ribbons detailed chiffons, with the ribbons coursing down the bodice into the skirt or blazing across the shoulders into the sleeves. Heady stuff, those ribbons, emblazoned with tiny flowers or lace, matching the apricot, aqua or pale yellow shades of the chiffon. Heady prices too, but carrying with them all the glories of magnificent dressmaking. Stavropoulos will have to live with his handicap a little longer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Rasmussen of Provo announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Kim to Richard D. Condie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dolan B. Condie of Provo. The couple will be married May 16 in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will be held the same evening in the Skyroom at Brigham Young University, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Rasmussen is a graduate of Provo High School and LDS Seminary. She is presently a senior at BYU with a major in sociology. In high school she was president of the girls organization, a Sterling Scholar in homeliving, a state finalist in the Junior Miss Contest, and listed in Outstanding Teenagers of America. While in college she was in the honors program, officer in Cougarettes, on the ballroom dance team and scholastic honorary in Phi Kappa Phi. Mr. Condie graduated from Provo High School and will graduate from BYU in April. In High school he participated in athletics and student government. Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Adams of Provo announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Virginia to Jerry D. Covington,. son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther W. Covington, Pleasant Grove. The couple will be married April , 18 in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will honor them that evening in the Provo 17th Ward Cultural Hall. Miss Adams is a graduate of Provo High School and LDS Seminary. She is also a graduate of Snow College with an associate degree in applied science, where she was active in Lambda Delta Sigma and LDS Institute. Mr. Covington is a graduate of Pleasant Grove High School and LDS Seminary. He attended the University of Utah, and also served an LDS Mission in the Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana Michigan Missions. He is now employed in American Fork. Following their marriage the couple will make thier home in Pleasant Grove. VIRGINIA ADAMS Chiefs Teach Princesses to Sew By Joanne Schreiber It's a lot of fun to be an Indian princess, especially when your Dad takes on a chief's name and role. The Indian Princess program is one of the most effective ones offered by the YMCA and is designed to bring fathers and daughters together for mutual understanding and corn- Chief Big Zipper (William Sweeney) watches as Grey Fox (daughter Terry) traces a reindeer patch for her Indian costume. Talon Zippers sponsored the father/daughter learn-to-sew program at a Y in Fairfield, Conn. At left is Little Bird (Colleen Keegan). panionship. At the Y in Fairfield, Conn., an Indian princess pilot program has just been developed which will have fathers teaching their daughters to sew their own Indian costumes. < This all began when Kerry Sweeney, 6, became part of the Y activity. Her Dad, William Sweeney, a vice-president of Donahue Sales, distributors of Talon Zippers agreed to be Chief of the Passamaquody Tribe. He took the name Chief Big Zipper, and Kerry became Grey Fox. Discovering that the tribe of 8 princesses wanted to sew, Chief Big Zipper called on his firm's educational department to come up with a basic 6 week sewing course which the dads could use to teach sewing to their daughters. If you'd like to teach your little girl to sew, even if you've never sewed yourself, here are the tips given to the nonsewing Passamaquody Dads: Be enthusiastic about your child's interest. Get a basic sewing book, written for children. Start simple:as basic as how to thread a needle. Take a field trip to a fabric shop and let the child choose the fabric for an easy project. Don't be afraid to let the child use a sewing machine. They learn very quickly. Get started right away on making something. Keep it up: create new projects and keep your enthusiasm high. The Indian costume is a fine beginning project.You will need 1.5 yards of fabric. KEEPS YOUR EEET HAPPY Tiny ventilating holes add pattern interest, while ensuring you keep your cool when those hot muggy days set in. And because they're Ramblers, Florsheim has tucked a tiny cushioning pillow under the arch, to keep your feet happy as well as cool. Genuine leather, of course. $9 90° Blue, Red and White Plenty of free parking in rear of store RanJaHs 154 West Center, Provo INTRODUCING THE TRADE IN SPECIAL SAVE'$10.00 WITH TRADE OF OLD WIG OR HAIR PIECE • 100% hand-tied cap allows the fiber to move like hair. • Two ounces tight, it's coot as a resort breeze. • Create the new popular "Gatiby" bang with a (lick of your wrist • Made of carefree Kanekalon modgcrylic fiber. INCLUDES STYLING & CUTTING 1116 So. State, Orem 225*6874 HURRY! OFFER ENDS APRIL 12th WIG SHOPPE New life Health Spa 1640 South State Street Orem, Utah (NEXT TO SUNSET SPORT CENTER) NOW OFFERING PRE-OPENING CHARTER MEMBERSHIPS Memberships will be offered in four (4) phases. LIMITED number of Pre-Opening Charter Memberships NOW being offered. Next phase will have a 25% increase. CALL TODAY 224-0430 OR COME IN 10 A.M. TO 8 P,M, 1640 South State Street Orem, Utah Look For The New We Heq/fh Spa Sign In Front The SPA will have the Facilities for the Results You Want. * Grecian indoor swimming pool. * Finish rock sauna room. * Oil of Ecuclytus inhalation room. * Private thermostacically controlled shower. * Danish cold mist. * Completey climatized. * Private dressing booths. •*• Mild progressive resistance exercising ap- patus. if Vanity and grooming area. ir Turkish steam room. * Ultra modern health club for men. * Luxurious figure contouring salon for women. * Individual programming with complete professional supervions. * Patented electric reducing machine. •k Mechanical body reproportioning machines. * Swiss facial machines. * Prone hip removing rollers. •*• Hydro-swirl mineral pool. FACILITIES FOR MEN AND WOMEN

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page