The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 6, 1975 · Page 39
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 39

Provo, Utah
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Sunday, April 6, 1975
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Janet Allred to Exchange Vows With Brigg Steele JANETALLRED Dr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Allred, Orem, a n - rounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Janet to Brigg R. Steele, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Que Steele also of Orem. Ite couple will exchange marriage vows May 22 in the Provo LDS Temple, with a reception to follow that evening in the Orem South Stake Center. Miss Allred graduated from LDS Seminary and Orem High School where she was a junior varisty cheerleader, varsity cheerleader, member of the a cappella choir, delegate to Girls' State, and was the Sterling Scholar in Business. She is currently attending BYU where she is majoring in business education. Mr. Steele graduated from LDS Seminary and Orem High School where he participated in football and wrestling and was a member of the a cappella choir and symphonic band. He filled an LDS mission to Oklahoma and is currently attending BYU where he is majoring in elementary education. The couple will make their home in Orem while they continue their studies at BYU. Today's Treasures Political Items Are Rare Visiting with Barry Paris is like receiving a short cram course in American History. He is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable "teacher" who has collected political buttons for more than 10 years. His collection started inadvertently. "My family was active in the 1960 Kennedy campaign in Pennsylvania and I acquired a lot of things from that election." By 1964, Barry had relocated in Kansas and his interest was captured by "good old Alf Landon." He had met Landon on several occasions and has many specimens from the 1936 Landon campaign. On trips between Kansas and the East Coast, Barry made it a standard practice to stop at junk shops and antique stores to look for political memorabilia. He usually Was successful and his collection grew. That was in the days when people didn't collect it and it was easy to find. He explained that he belongs to the American Political! Items Collectors. "When I joined I was member No. 800. Now there are 9,000 and it is difficult to get anything from ORGANS campaigns earlier than the forties.' Paris, a young bachelor, is publisher of the Prairie Journal, a weekly newspaper in Wichita, Kan's. For our visit he had brought a third of his collection to his office. His buttons are mounted on boards, packed in small boxes or encased in plastic sleeves. He expressed regret at not being able to display his full collection of more than 1,500 items. 20% Political memorabilia is an education and a challenging collecting hobby. Buttons here are 1936 Landon-Knox (top) and Trurnan for President, 1948. OFF EASTER SPECIAL March 24 to April 24 DUNKLEY MUSIC 378 W. 12th H., Provo 377-8409 ^ *^» V v Wedding In- 1^ v vilalions, Naplkint, •*{$ thank You Nolei, Everything for that Brlde-To-Be. • Big selection It our speciality. • Six top printers from which to choose. • Economy style to fancy color photos, • Quick service — 10 days to two weeks. FREE GIFT WITH EACH ORDER IN THE UNIVERSITY MALL Fat tjoait Whether you need Wedding Flowers or help in choosing your photographer and catering service, call for free appointment with our Bridal Consultant. We create both fresh and dried bouquets that, like you, will be young, natural, affectionate. Bring this ad in and get 10% off your wedding flowers. The Wedding Experts 409 N. UNIVERSITY t PROVO t UTAH 84601 On June 14 Sunday. April 6. 1975. THE HERALD. Provo, Utah-Page 39 Deborah Virginia Belda To Wed Gilbert Neilson LYNNECORONER Lynne Cordner to Marry Kent Christopher April 18 Lt. Col and Mrs. Floyd Bcrnell Cordner, of Abilene, Tex. announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Lynne to Lt. Kent Christopher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilman O'Dean Christopher of Mesa, Ariz. The Cordners are formerly of Orem. Miss Cordner will exchange marriage vows with Lt. Christopher on April 18 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They will be feted at an open house in Orem and at a reception in Mesa, Ariz. Miss Cordner attended Brigham Young University. Her fiance is stationed with the U.S. Air Force in Germany. In mid-June the couple will move to Luke Air Force Base in Arizona where the bridegroom will be stationed. Deborah Virginia Belda and Gilbert LaGrand Neilson will exchange wedding vows on June 14 in the Los Angeles LDS Temple. A reception will be held the same evening at the home of the bride, 15873 Falconrim Dr. Canyon Country, Calif. Miss Belda is the daughter of Mr. Wayne Belda and Mrs. Virginia Belda of Canyon Country Calif. Mr. Neilson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. LaGrand Neilson of Las Vegas, Nev. The bride-to-be is a senior at Brigham Young University. Mr. Neilson is also a senior at BYU majoring in accounting. He is affiliated with the Colligate Athletic Society at the university. The couple plan on living in California after graduation. DEBORAH VIRGINIA BELDA CARPET FREE LABOR ON KITCHEN PRINTED CARPET Over 150 Colors and Patterns to choose from. Small Additional Labor Charge on Cove and Steps CARPETS PRICED FROM Sq. Yd. SALEM Winstar Sq.Yd, TREND SYMPATICO Sq, Yd. SALEM FOUR SEASONS Sq.Yd, COMMANDER HILAND PRINCESS Sq. Yd, TREND CAMINO REAL Sq.Yd. COMMANDER MEDIATERRANIAN Sq.Yd, TREND BAY Sq, Yd, OUT DOOR Imitation Clan Color Greentone Yd, liutgllgtlcn Celebrating ZZ years of carpeting More American Homes AT ABBEY YOU ALWAiS GET- NEXT TO ALBIRTSON'S CURRENT STYLES 11st QUALITY 50 WEST CENTER STRUT, GRIM, UTAH — 224*3094 FAMQUS MIUS t EVERY COU ) R

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