The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 8, 1975 · Page 11
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 11

Provo, Utah
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Tuesday, April 8, 1975
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Jn 3L Wor/J o/ Women mtfttX^^ California Girl to Exchange April Vows With Brent Montague SHAUNASTRUTHERS Win at Bridge Key Plays - Slam NORTH 8 A 10 8 3 V 72 »874 *AQ962 WEST EAST A5 AK742 V J 1098 V A 6543 • Q932 »J65 * 108 7 3 44 SOUTH ID) AAQJ96 VKQ • A K 10 *K J5 North-South vulnerable West North East South Pass 3 A Pass 5 • Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass 2A 4N.T. 6A Opening lead — J vention to get to the spade slam. Hearts were opened and continued and at trick three Joe made the first key play to let him make the slam. He led the jack, not the five of clubs to dummy's queen. Next came the 10 of spades from dummy. East played low and Joe was careful to play his nine. This made it possible for dummy's eight to hold the next spade trick so he could finesse for the third time. Joe pulled the last trump and led his king of clubs. When East showed out Joe was able to lead that five spot he had preserved, finesse dummy's nine and make his optimistic slam. Ui A The bidding has been: 8 West North East South By Oswald & James Jacoby There is no way to know just how good a bridge player the late Joseph E. Cain of Indianapolis would have been, if he had been able to devote more than a very small part of his time to the game. Here is a hand he played, when the team of Welch, Buck, Wood and Cain won the open team championship in 1935. Larry Welch was a trifle out of place on that team — his name was too long. Joe didn't have much of a two bid and Edson Wood had to scrape the bottom of the barrel to find a positive response. Joe used the new Blackwood con- 1 A 3* 9 Pass 2 * Pass Pass 3 A Pass You, South, hold: AKQ965 V A2 *K43*Q87 What do you do now? A — Bid four spades. Your partner's last bid was a force. TODAY'S QUESTION You do bid four spades and your partner continues to five diamonds. What do you do now? Answer "'omorrow Send $1 tor JACOBY MODERN book to: "Win at Bridge," (c/o this newspaper), P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) Scrambler Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Military ditch 40 Mineral spring 7 Kind ot canme43 Plunder 13 Challenge 44 Grams (abj anew 47 Ohio city 14 Decree 50 Borrower 15 Victim ot Ares 53 Obliterated (myth ) 54 Embellished 16 Inclined 55 Renovates 17 Lap dog (coll )56 Baby watcher 16 Capuchin DOWN monkey 20 Hall-ems 1 Snare 21 Deadly potions 2 Do over 25 Small spaces 3 Esau mother 39 Goads 21 Placard 40 One 22 Oleic acid salt who (suffix) 28 Musteline mammal 32 US volcano. Mount 33 Exchange 34 Boat of Columbus 35 Pared 36 Frozen ram 37 Blasphemers 36 Quell 23 Certain observers 24 Emphasis 25 European mountains 4 Feminine nickname 5 Dernier — 6 Native of Hesse26 Sora 7 Dread malady 27 Hireling 8 Native metal 29 Story 9 Harem room 30 European 10 Copenhagener stream 11 Mortgage 12 Terminates 19 Peer Gynt's 31 Radicals 35 Indians 41 Minute skin opening 42 Boy's name 44 Stinging insect 45 Anatomical network 46 Soothsayer 48 Compass point 49 Morning moisture 51 Boundary (comb, form) 37 Blood rnoney52 Emmet An April 18 wedding ceremony in the Provo LDS Temple will unite a former California girl and a Payson man. Shauna Struthers, daughter of Mrs. Blanche Swope of Orland, Calif., will marry Brent Montague, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Montague of Payson. On the eve of the marriage the couple will be honored at a reception in Payson. Serving as maid of honor will be Becky Struthers, with Colleen Riding and Tami Martin as bridesmaids. Best man will be Brent Bishop. Miss Struthers graduated from Orland High School in Orland, Calif, and from Butte Junior College in Durham, Calif. She also attended Brigham Young University, and is currently employed at BYU. Mr. Montague graduated from Payson High School and is now a senior at BYU where he is majoring in chemical engineering and is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. He served an LDS mission to the England Southwest Mission and is currently employed part-time by Megadiamond. The couple will reside in Provo following their marriage. Tuesday, April 8, 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah-Page 11 Thorns Celebrate Anniversary; Married 50 Years Ago Today MRS. MICHAEL W. NEWSON (Virginia Wernz) Virginia Wernz Marries Michael Newson in Temple Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wernz of Provo announce the marriage of their daughter Virginia to Michael W. Newson, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Wayne Newson of Fairview, Sanpete County. Alice Parker to Celebrate 80th Birthday on Sunday Alice Parker will celebrate her 80th birthday at an open house to be held Sunday from 2 to 8 p.m. at her home, 306 W. 500 N., American Fork. Friends and relatives are invited. She was born Apr. 12,1895 and raised in American Fork, a daughter of Martha Mitchell and Franklin Maximiliam Parker. Following her graduation from high school in American Fork, ALICE PARKER she attended Brigham Young University where she studied methods in piano instruction and for several years taught private piano lessons and group instruction. In the fall of 1923 she registered at BYU for a one-year normal course and began teaching the following year. She taught at Harrington School in American Fork for 22 years. She continued her education, taking extension classes and summer school at BYU and Utah State and USAC until she had the equivalent of a four year college education. In 1943 she received her Bachelor of Science degree and her master's in 1949. In 1946 she was appointed supervisor of elementary school Alpine School District supervising all grade levels for two years then primary grades for 12 years. In 1960 she retired although she still works as a a substitute teacher. Currently she is a member of local, state and national education associations and Delta Kappa Gamma, a professional society for women teachers. After her retirement she was appointed to serve on the international music committee of the teaching society. Astrograph For Wednesday April 9, 1975 ARIES (March 21- April19)0thers will be very considerate of your material needs now, they'll give assistance without your having to ask. TAURUS (April 20-May 20)Diplomacy and tact are your most useful tools today. Be pleasant, not pushy. You'll get the results you seek. GEMINI (May 21-June 20)A goal you want to accomplish will be made possible by an unobtrusive supporter. He'll be working fof you behind the scenes. CANCER (June 21-July 22)A sensitive friend of yours does many kind deeds that go unnoticed. Talk her up in front of mutual friends today. She needs a boost. LEO (July 23-Aug 22)You're going to profit from a commer- cal deal today, not so much through your shrewdness, but because of a pal's Intercession. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)Knowledge gained from ex- perince can put you in good stead today. Be philosophical about problems. They can be easily overcome. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)You will work harder now if you just set material goals. Think not of the difficulty of the task, but the reward. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Novm 22)You will dominate the social scene today. The compliments you receive will be sincere. Accept them graciously. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)You're at your best today in your own backstop. Arrange something at home so others can share your warmth and hospitality. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19)lt's a good day to repay obligations and get your social calendar in order. Those you want to entertain should be easy to reach. AQUARIUS (Jan 20- Feb.19)You're much more effective at handling business matters today than tomorrow. Don't shelve important transactions needing attention. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)Be sure to check the mailbox and return all calls. Someone has pleasant news for you. They're eager to get in touch. Your Birthday April 9, 1975 An additional avenue of gain will open from an unexpected source this year. If you're smart, you'll salt away the Income to fatten your bank account. 'QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS ADMIRAL ESNITH & RCA • T,V, AND Stereo, IAGIC CHEF, O'KEEFE & MERRItT, GIBSON, KITCHENAID, FRICIDAIRE AND AMANA APPLIANCES IOHN PARAS FURNITURE 560 H. Stall, Ortm • 224-1 Ml The couple were married Friday in the Manti LDS Temple. Following the ceremony the bridegroom's parents hosted a wedding breakfast at the Oak Crest Inn in Spanish Fork. A reception honored them that evening in the Women's Cultural Center in Provo. The bridal dress was designed and created by the bride. It featured an empire waistline with a high mandarin collar, long puff sleeves and wide cuffs, with a white satin train attached in the back with a bow. The overskirt, which flowed into a slight train had appliqued flowers along the bottom with hand-sewn pearls adorning each flower. She wore a mantilla veil attached to a beaded lace headpiece. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade featuring a white orchid enclosed in pink roses and baby's-breath. Attending the bride as maid of honor was her sister Joyce Ann Wernz. Bridesmaids were Anne Belliston, a friend, and Cheryl, DeAnn and Barbara Newson, sisters of the bridegroom. They wore gowns in alternating colors of lavendar and pink gingham featuring high collars, long Duff sleeves and wide cuffs. A ruffle edged the lower part of the bodice and also around the skirt. They carried nosegays of pink and lavendar daisies. Best man duties were performed by Scott Poulson. Special guests at the reception were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wernz, Provo, and Mrs. Leona Pope, Provo, grandparents of the bride; Mrs. Emma Jacobson, Provo, great - grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Arvilla Newson,' Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Grayson, Salt Lake City, grandmothers of the bridegroom. Pre-nuptial parties were hosted by Mrs. LuAnn Pope and Mrs. Reva Pope; and by Wendy Erickson. Following a short honeymoon the couple will make their home in Sanpete County where the bridegroom is employed. The children of Paul and Madge Thorn honored them at a dinner party at the Oak Crest Inn during the Easter weekend in celebration of their golden wedding. The couple were married April 8 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. A program, emceed by son, Jim Thorn, was given by family members. Guests included immediate family members; Mrs. Henrietta J. Harmer, Madge's 94 year old mother, their children; Mr. and Mrs. James A. Thorn and family; Richard, Ryan, Emily, Kyle, Karalee, and their married daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis DeRose; Mr. and Mrs. Robert (June) Arbon and family; Linn, Jill, Wendy, Holly, and Paul from Camarillo, California; Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Thorn of Springville, Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Michelle) Dudley represented their absent son, Robert P. Thorn, who with his family is in South Africa as LDS Mission President. The Thorns were married April 8, 1925 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Two and one-half months later, he left on a three year mission for the LDS Church in South Africa. A belated honeymoon in Hawaii compensated for the long separation. Paul A. Thorn was born March 7, 1905 to Ashel 0. and Nettie Sanford Thorn in Springville. He has two brothers, Grant S. and Bryce Thorn who with their wives attended the golden wedding party. Paul attended school in Springville and graduated from Brigham Young University. Madge Johnson Thorn was born April 9, 1906 to Henrietta Hales and John Wiliam Johnson in Mapleton. She attended grade school and high school in Springville, where she met Paul. They have always lived in Utah County, where Paul recently MR. AND MRS. PAUL THORN retired as county commissioner —a position he held for six years. Prior to the county commission, he was in business with his brother, Grant, and is father for 35 years. Madge's family who attended the party were Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. .Joe (May) Miller all of Springville, and John W. Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colo. Club Notes BONHEURCLUB Will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Steven Murdock, 1005 N. 100 E., American Fork. FINE ARTS CLUB Will meet Thursday at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sterling Callahan, 1245 E. 700 N., Provo. Program will be given by Mrs. Woodrow Thompson on the history of Provo. LAMBDA TAU Will meet for lunch at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Wilkinson Center Sky room. Executives' Secretaries To Hold Meet The Executives' Secretaries Seminar will be held April 19 at the Holiday Inn. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and a continental breakfast will be served Speaking at the event will be B.Z. Kastler, president and chief executive officer at Mountain Fuel Supply; Vee Carlisle, assistant vice president of Tracy Collins Bank and Trust; and Maurice L. Watts, adjutant general of the Utah National Guard. Duane Bunnell of Deseret .Travel is in charge of the program and entertainment for the seminary. Deadline for registration is Thursday, April 10. All members of Executives' Secretaries are invited to attend. For Wednesday Jones Anniversary Announced Mr. and Mrs. Lorin F. Jones will celebrate their 62nd wedding anniversay Wednesday. The couple were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, April 9,1913. They were both born in Payson and their families were among the colonists who were sent down by the LDS Church to settle Northern Mexico. They learned to speak Spanish fluently. Mr. Jones was president of the Spanish American Mission for 11 years and during that time worked with over 700 missionaries. Prior to this time they worked with Spanish speaking people in New Mexico as government employees. Mr. Jones was the County Agent and Mrs. Jones was the Home Demonstration Agent. They later did similar work with the Indians. After their release as mission president they came to Provo where Mr. Jones served as a patriarch in the East Provo Stake with a special calling to give patriarchal blessings to the Lamanite people, in their language. Ivy and Lorin Jones had four children: Mrs. Smoot (Maurine) Brimhall, Salt Lake City; and Dr. Ray L. Jones, Northridge, Calif. One child died in infancy and a daughter Mrs. Clinton W. (LaVieve) Sudweeks died last year. They have 19 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. MR. AND MRS. LORIN F.JONES Utah County's Mobile Home Dealer's Association 2nd Annual Mobile & RECREAMONAl VEHICLES La Leche League to Meet April 11, 12, 13 Al| new for 1975 ... Over $500,000.00 display of homes in Utah's largest mobile home show. LaLeche League of Provo will meet today at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. (Nancy) Charles Hugo, 370 S. 300 W., Provo. The discussion topic for the meeting will be "Nutrition and Weaning." For further information contact Mrs. Leonard (Ann) Hadden. All women interested in breastfeeding are invited to attend. There is no charge. THE GOLD STRIKE STAMP CO. OF PROVO 1$ Going Out of Business As of April 26th, 1975 ALL DISPLAY AND DISCONTINUED MERCHANDISE FROM PREVIOUS CATALOG WILL Hi SOLD FAR BELOW COST. PEOPLE STILL HOLDING GOLD STRIKE STAMPS CAN REDEEM THEM UNTIL APRIL 3*TH, AFTER THAT DATE STAMPS MAY IE REDEEMED FROM OUR MAIL ORDER DEPT,,.ADDRESS TO IE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE, ALL ITEMS OTHERWISE WILL BE SOLD ON A CASH ONLY BASIS! 130 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVf, - PROVO * The latest in ultra modern accessories & conveniences "JT Daily show specials W 21 major manufacturers lines represented ^ Single wides, expendables, double wides. Everything that's new for 1975 W Utah county dealers offer free set up & delivery anywhere. w Professionally decorated homes, by some of USA's leading decorators K Financing information, construction data all your questions answered ^ Show coincides with Moonlight Madness Sale Why travel from city to city & dealer to dealer See all the 1975's in one place Manufacturers will be on hand to answer questions. It's a fact . . . Utah County Mobile home dealers sell their homes for less. DON'T MISS OUT Friday, Saturday, Sunday- 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. (Sunday 6 P.M.) Sears Roebuck concorse, Provo SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

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