The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 7, 1975 · Page 11
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April 7, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 11

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yyf&ssssiiffSiR^^ Jn 3k, WoM o ;.;• StfSWtttfftttW:^^ Gloria Gardner to Wed Michael Nance April 19 GLORIA GARDNER SPRINGVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Gardner of Springville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Gloria to Michael Scott Nance, son of Dr. and Mrs. James M. Nance, also of Springville. The marriage will be solemnized April 19 in the Provo LDS Temple. A wedding breakfast, hosted by the parents of the bridegroom, will follow the ceremony. A reception will be held that evening to honor the couple in the Springville lst-12th Ward Cultural Hall. Relatives and friends are invited. Miss Gardner is a 1971 graduate of Springville High School where she was active in student government and debate. Mr. Nance is a 1970 graduate of Springville High School where he too was active in student government and athletics. Following liigh school he served a mission for the LDS Church in Taiwan. Both are graduates of LDS Seminary and both are now attending Brigham Young University. They will pake their home in Springville. Monday, April 7, 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah-Page 11 tie/en He/p Us Dogs: Yes; Kids: No! Provo High Sterling Scholars Speak at Local AAUW Meeting Provo High School's ten Sterling Scholars spoke at the American Association of University Women (AAUW) meeting Thursday, giving some of their thoughts on being selected to the honor. Loren Sucher, Sterling Scholar in social sciences encouraged parents to help their children strive for excellence in their studies. Rick Walton, foreign language scholar, described his activities in various musical organizations as well as studies in Spanish, German and French. Rosemary Reynolds, scholar in home economics, said her emphasis is on tailoring and sewing. She made a wool coat which was a winner in the state Make - It - With - Wool Contest. In business, Jo Lynn Stocks told how satisfying it is to her to be in the business field, because she competes with herself to improve her skills. The Sterling Scholar in the general area, Riley Speckart, told of his activities in creative writing, forensics, German, math, science and Boy's State. Allen Christensen, science scholar, has worked as a laboratory assistant in high school, and at the BYU Entomology Department. Robert Gardner, scholar in math, is also active in concert choir, plays the violin, and has traveled in Germany and Convention Set for Home Economics Week Utah Home Economics Week begins today, with activities to be climaxed at a convention to be held at Southern Utah State College, Cedar City. Governor Calvin Rampton has signed a proclamation designating the special week, and the theme for the convention will be "Home Economics Is for Everybody." Keynote speaker will be Dr. Eleanor Luckey, now at the University of Utah, and a well-known national figure. The field of home economics includes many areas such as food and nutrition, child development,' interior design, clothing and textiles, parenthood education, vocational and consumer education and other subjects. Many of the state's home economists will participate in the week's activities. THE ALUMNAE Hawaii. Dale Cox is the Sterling Scholar in English and literature and his emphasis is on journalism. He told of his activities in Singapore where he helped to start the first Boy Scout Program in that country. Other scholars who spoke to the group were Tom Rowley, music; and Jon Swindle, speech and drama. Tom expressed the philosophy that people should be well-rounded and get a taste of many fields. Jon emphasized his faith in people and how they can improve themselves. He called for an optomistic outlook regarding the future. Students were introduced by Polly's Pointers Joyce Nielsen, chairman of the English Department at Provo High School. Mrs. Josephine Bird gave a resume of women who have contributed to the arts in Utah. Some of those she recognized were Carol Lynn Pearson, Olive Burt, Christie Lund Coles, Ora Pate Stewart, Ann Hafen, Flora Fisher, Arta Ballif, Eliza Fillmore, Florence Jepperson Madsen, Eliza R. Snow and Lucy Young Gates. —, President, Raman Mortensen, C O H 16 StQ fl TS announced that the state AAUW convention will be held April 25 -» , r and 26 in Ogden. In May the OOUClht TOT group will meet at the home of " Dr. Lucille Stoddard. PROPHETIC PARISIAN interpretation of soft, shirtstyling in a dress slated for day thru' dinner. In Trevira polyester knit it is adept at effortless care and changing seasons and a perfect foil for your own "personal" accessorizing. Polly Groneman To Marry Kenny Stoddard Polly Groneman will marry Kenny Stoddard in a marriage ceremony to be performed Friday in the Vineyard Ward. A reception will honor the couple that evening from 8 to 10 p.m. at the Red Slipper Room of the Holiday Inn. They invite friends and relatives to attend. Parents of the couple are Dr. and Mrs. Paul S. Groneman, Orem, and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Stoddard, Vineyard. The Herald regrets an inadvertent headline error listing the bridegroom as Kelly Stoddard. Polyester Stumps Many With Spots DEAR POLLY — My daughter-in-law and I both have spots on cream-colored polyester blouses and on a light pink and white plaid jacket and cannot remove them. They seem to be ordinary spots like light grease or perhaps from cola drinks or coffee. I would like to know how others remove such spots from polyester fabrics. These were expensive garments and neither spot spraying nor soap helped. - MRS. E.B. DEAR MRS. E.B. — Synthetic fabrics have a tendency to retain oily stains so must be pretreated before being laundered. Try putting liquid detergent right on the spots and let it stand for a few minutes. Often a grease solvent is required. One maker of laundry products suggests putting the stain face down, apply dry cleaning fluid to the back, brush from the center out with a clean white cloth. Dampen with water and rub in a light duty liquid detergent. If the garments have already been laundered it might be necessary to take them to a dry cleaner for removal of the stains. — POLLY. Teen Pageant The Miss Utah Teen Queen Pageant will be held June 14. It is 'the state preliminary to the Miss Teen Queen U.S.A. Pageant held in Kansas City, Mo. Aug. 23. Each contestant participates in the theme "Why I Am Proud To Be An American," and also receives a trophy, along with the four runners-up, Miss Congeniality and essay contest winners. Cash scholarships are also given. The Utah winner will receive a tuition scholarship to the McConnell School and an all-expense paid trip to Kansas City, Mo. to compete for the title of Miss Teen Queen USA. Contestants will be judged on scholastic achievement, poise, personality, leadership and appearance. There is no swimsuit competition. Teenagers ages 13 through 17 years of age as of Sept. 1 who are, interested in being a contestant may secure an application from the Pageant Certification Office, Box 11721, Nashville, Term. DEAR POLLY — My Pet Peeve is with all the talk of ecology and we do not make use of all available materials. Our poor trees . . . are dying from beetles and other infestation and we read of a GrOOm/DO GU/C/6 paper shortage. Why cannot the paper companies harvest these trees to make paper? This also would help the landowners who have no way to destroy them. — E.Z. DEAR READERS — It has never been the practice of this column to publish recipes but we received one from Mrs. T.J.N. that we could not resist due to the high price of making or buying cookies. This makes a cake-like cookie that I am sure will be welcomed by those who have been letting their cookie jars stand empty. — POLLY. DEAR POLLY — To make cookies without eggs, butter or sugar mix one cup of biscuit mix, one small box of pudding mix (the four serving size, any flavor but NOT INSTANT pudding) and half a cup of water. Drop by the teaspoonfull on a greased cookie sheet and bake in a 350-degree oven for 10 minutes. With this mix I make four dozen cookies for 25 cents. — MRS. T.J.N. You will receive a dollar if Polly uses your favorite homemaking idea, Pet Peeve, Polly's Problem or solution to a problem. Write Polly in care of this newspaper. By United Press International It's the year of the stripe, when new season fashions burst into the stores. Almost every New York manufacturer features the stripe in some version, running horizontally, vertically or on the diagonal. 'You're reglly not to blame. You're the victim of lenient judges and liberal institutions of a permissive K>ci«ty." MILK PRICES TOO HIGH ? We have milk available fat 25' per Vi gallon. Milk is packaged in 5 and SO pound bags. IF you haven't tried our spray process non instant dry milk you ore missing the taste of milk at its best. There ii g leis e»peniive way of drinking good quality. good lasting milk. (Juy direct low moilture foodi. grinder!, mixer*, bulk, parly and hard to find items. PIRMA-PACK FOODS FREE DEI!VERY ON LARGE ORDERS, CASE LOTS & BULK FOODS Visit ut loon. Call 377-6500 BOOTH DISTRIBUTORS 2050 NORTH CANYON ROAD i>iM«nl.«il Fe»4 it i» If* ft* i lion STEAM GLEAN your own carpets RENT OUR RINSE N VAC-UIIMW i compact cerpit clianing machine j that lifts dirt, grime and residues i out of carpets... j ind dots thi job I professional cleaners • charge up to a hundred dollars for, Wi'll supply YOU with all th| quality &.T& * cleaning products you Xak4 will need. We'll help with itiy Qporating instruction*. ClUMMWill CUAIH... HIM THHI SIWKI loieu JONES PAINT & GLASS 170 North IQQWeit, Prove Phone 373-3131 DEAR HELEN: We were invited to a baby shower. One of my friends (who didn't know the hostess but was a friend of the honoree) arrived with her two children, five and nine, because at the last minute she was unable to find a sitter. She was greeted at the door by the lady of the house with word that she was not prepared for children, so please take them elsewhere. She wasn't allowed in, but had to leave her gift at the door. Granted, the woman should have called and related her sitter problems, but the verdict would have been the same. And these are GOOD kids. This is hospitality 7-T.J. DEART.: It's more like hostility. But, face it, there are people who cant stand children, just as others cringe at "performing" dogs. Since the rejected guest and the uppity hostess need never see each other again, let's just say "to each her own"—and hope the dog didn't slobber! - H. DEAR HELEN: My husband was in a business that required much traveling by car. So he knew all the best motels. After he retired, we went on a. trip, making our reservations in advance. One confirmation came back from a motel which listed a new name, but we thought .nothing of it. When we got there, we were ushered to a room with a water bed, mirrors on the ceiling, and closed circuit television. I only realized it was closed circuit after I turned it on— and then my husband wouldn't let me turn it off! We should have known by the name ("The Experience') that this was one of the newly converted X-rated motels where swingers Ret their kicks. But I was shocked at my husband. He wouldn't leave. Said he wasn't about to lose that money and search for another motel late at night. What's more, he's been telling all our friends about "the night we lived in sin." Thinks its hilarious. I'm wondering if there's a side to him I never knew. How can I quiet him down? — MRS. O.W. DEAR MRS. W.: . .Why try? It IS a hilarious story - I'll bet it livens up a get-together like an evening of travel slides never could. — H. i 111 Fashion Fabrics for Creative People! SPRING FABRICS i The more you sew the more you save, Shop DFs and save even more. '-Save Sun. thru Sat., April 12 /VN/^vA/V^XVVVV^/V^/S entires stock! single knits Prints, florals, geometries, pointelles and solids in a variety of inspring colors including pastels. Select several to mix with your spring play outfits. 100% Cottons, Polyester-Cotton and Polyester-Rayon blends. Machine^washable and dryable. 60" wide. DFs' reg LOW prices. Values to 4.00 1 98 _ 949 yd. • A yd. prints charming A great variety of colors and patterns for sewing little tops and big tops — also blouses and dresses. Machine-washable Cottons and blends; 45" wide. DFs' reg LOW prices 1.491.69. Values to 2.00 yd- K-cloth solids Famous mill — a great sport fabric for spring dresses and pant outfits. Machine-washable 50% Polyester and 50% Cotton blend. 45" wide DFs' reg LOW price 1.98. Values to 2.50 yd. Jersey Prints Soft fluid jersey knits. Blouses, dresses, caftans. 65% Acetate, 35% Nylon, machine washable. 45" wide D.F's reg. Low Price. 1.49. Valu«ito2.49 yd. nylon coil tippers Assorted sizes and colors. DFs' reg prices 19<-49< ea. Values to 1,00 f Inch V white piques This one is all spring! Sew tennis dresses, in-town dresses, patio skirts and pant outfits. Machine- washable Polyester-Cotton blends. 45" wide. DFs' reg LOW price. Values to 9.98 Yd. polyester double knits You can sew a lovely new spring pant suit for less than 110.00. It's machine washable with no ironing. Both solids and fancies. 60" wide. DFs' reg LOW prices 2.98. Values to 3.49-3.98 yd. sportswear mix Woven plaids, prints and solids for in-torn or at- home spring fashions. 55% Polyester 45% Rayon. Machine washable. •»." '"'"^i. DFs' reg LOW price 2.29. Values to 2.99 yd. non-roll elastic 3/4" elastic, DFs' reg LOW price 39 Values to 50 ;< yd. 11,'Ml custom made draperies save /m% up to Yes, you save up to 40% when you order from pur gigantic EJi/^jV/ warehouse inventory of beautiful drapery fabrics. Just bring your window measurements, we do the restl CONVENIENT M PARKINS OPEN. Mon,-Fri. 9;30 Q,m,.9 p.m.; Sat, 9,30 a.m..<> p.m./ Sun. U,* p.m. FRii PARKIHC OPtN; Mon^Fri. 9»30 . 9 P.M. Set, 9i304 p.m., $gn, 114 P,h OPEN. State Street e§||j f |JQff

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