The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 6, 1975 · Page 38
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 38

Provo, Utah
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Sunday, April 6, 1975
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Page 38- THE HERALD. Provo. Utah. Stindav. April 6, 1975 Anita Ochs to Exchange Vows With Gary Pulham ANITA OCHS Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Ochs of Louisville, Ky. announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Anita to Gary P. Pulham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arland Pulham of Lehi. The couple will be married on April 25 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. A reception will be held that same evening at the Lehi Eighth Ward Cultural Hall. Friends and relatives are invited. Miss Ochs is a graduate of the University of Kentucky. While attending there she was a member of various organizations including Kappa Alpha Theta National Fraternity, Orchesis and Delta Psi Kappa Honorary. She is presently teaching physical education and dance at Orem High School. She also advises the drill team. Mr. Pulham attended Utah State University prior to fulfilling a Kentucky and Tennessee LDS mission. He is presently attending Brigham Young University where he is majoring in psychology and family relations. Following their marriage the miple plan to reside in Orem. LINDA JENSEN Linda Jensen to Become Bride of Roger Ketcheson For Women and Teens New Smoking Cautions Given NEW YORK (UPI) - The warning signs that smoking endangers health are all around. But the puffers puff on. New signals go up especially concerning women and teenagers. Medical sources say that women more than ever before are dying suddenly from heart attacks, contracting lung cancer, and developing respiratory disease. Authorities tic the increases directly to the fact that more women are smoking. Among the teens, about one million start smoking each year and the rate among teen-age girls is faster than that of teen boys, says the American Lung Association. Even pre-teens are taking to the habit and the association's Oklahoma branch has an educational program aimed at preventing the early age habit. Helen Jones, association spokesman, says that the increase among women is in part due tc the new "climate of acceptability. It's changed dramatically. Until recently, this group had to resist cultural pressures." "The rates among women of heart disease, emphysema, lung cancer, bronchitis and hypertension all are increasing," she said. "One of the worst things is that it may take years for the thing to become the disease." The American Heart Association says that although no one has yet proved conclusively that cigarette smoking causes heart disease, the evidence is that the heart attack rate of heavy smokers is two or three times as high as that of nonsmokers. Cigarette smoking accelerates and accentuates the course of atherosclerosis (thickening of artery walls). As for teens, Miss Jones cited a study of the U. S. National Clearing House for Smoking and Health. It involved 2,500 persons between ages 12 and 18. In 1968, the proportion of girl smokers was 8.4 per cent to the boys' 14.7. By 1974, the girls had about caught up —15.3 per cent of them smoking, compared with 15.8 per cent of the boys. The sharpest increase was among girls 13-15 years. Another viewj of the woman smoker comes from the staff of Good Housekeeping magazine. In its current issue, the publication says that women run the risk of harming their children if they smoke during pregnancy. The children are likely to weigh less at birth than babies of nonsmokers and that lower birth-weight babies have been associated with below-normal intelligence and slower physical development in later years. It cites one physician's comment that "evidence incontrovertibly supports the belief that smoking is the major cause of lung cancer among women." And another says, "Twenty years ago, men under the age of 51 were about 12 times more vulnerable (to sudden heart attack death) than women in the same age bracket." Mr. and Mrs. Denmark C. Jensen of Orem announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Linda to Roger D. Ketcheson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie R. Ketcheson of Cheyenne, Wyo. The couple will be married April 17 in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will honor them that evening in the Orem 38th Ward Cultural Hall from 7 to 9p.m. Miss Jer.sen is an LDS Seminary graduate and also graduated from Orem High and from Brigham Youhe University with a major in secretarial technology. She filled an LDS mission in the Brazil North Mission and is currently employed as a secretary at BYU. Mr. Ketcheson graduated from East High School in Cheyenne where he was active in track, football and basketball. He served an LDS mission in the Brazil South Mission. Previous to his mission he was a sprinter on the BYU track team. He is presently studying pre-law at BYU. Following their marriage the newlyweds will make their home in Orem. THE ALUMNAE "Remember when they used to say 'reduced'?" 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By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL RAP: Every time I go to a party or concert, my parents' final words as I leave the house are, "Now don't smoke pot or drink!" Hrey know I don't do either, but if they don't stop mentioning these things, I just might try them, to see what I'm missing. They sound so SUSPICIOUS! I gel so tired of the reminders, and embarrassed too, when I'm with a date. How do I stop them, when asking doesn't do much good?CONFUSED DEARCON: Parents are funny. They latch on to a stock phrase (Now, don't drive too fast. . .Don't get your feet wet. . .Bundle up so you won't catch cold. . .Lock the car door.. .Don't get in any accident. . .) which they repeat, almost automatically, each time a child leaves the bouse. It isn't suspicion, but concern, that prompts these little reminders. So grin and bear 'em. (My favorite was "Be careful," until our kids started mimicking me before I got the words out of my mouth. Then I switched to "Have fun!" which is the one command that doesn't get "old" with repetition.) HELEN who went to the concert with me and knew what I did. All she said was, "I warned you <gnd you wouldn't listen." Then she just walked away. What am I ever going to do? — SCARED AND SORRY, AGE 16 DEARSANDS: Contact the Planned Parenthood Center in your city. You not only need a pregnancy test, but a VD examination — and some intensive counseling on what to do next, whether or not vou're PG. - HELEN AND SUE HELEN AND SUE: I recently broke my engagement to a girl who once told me it is not proper for a man to ask for his ring back. She still has my very expensive diamond. Should I ask for it, or is it hers for keeps? — WONDERING WON: Traditionally, a girl return the engagement ring if the couple breaks up. Ask for It! — SUE CONFUSED: Why don't you try a switch? Every time your parents leave the house, say to them, "Now don't do anything I wouldn't do," or even, "Now don't go smoking pot or drinking booze!" I think they'll get the message. After all, Mom did!—SUE DEAR RAP: I went to a concert two months ago. After the show, the drummer picked me up for the night. Now I think I'm pregnant. It wasn't a local group, and I don't even know the guy's name, or where he's from. If I tell my parents, they'll kick me out as they did my sister last year. I told my best girl friend FOR THOSE MEMORIES YOU WOULD LIKE TO KEEP ZCMI IS FAMOUS FOR SHARP, CLEAR COPIES Your old photographs can also b<e restored. Then they will sparkle again — as a highlight in your home or as a treasured gift. COPY SALE! 1 -5x7 Copy This week only Reg. 8.50 zcim portrait studios AT ALL ZCMI STORES D. A. 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