The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 9, 1975 · Page 27
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 27

Provo, Utah
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Wednesday, April 9, 1975
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e 10-THE HERALD. Provo. Utah. Wednesday. April 9 1975 y^^ Outstanding World of Women PAULA CARLYLE SMITH Paula Smith Sets Date With Chris G. Brooks Paula Carlyle Smith will wed Chris Gregory Brooks on May 15 in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will honor them that evening in the Provo Oak Hills Ward. Another reception will be held for the newlyweds two days later in Idaho Falls, Ida. Miss Smith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Smith of Idaho Falls, and Mr. Brooks is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland G. Brooks, Provo. The bride-to-be is a junior majoring in interior design at Brigham Young University, and is employed in Provo. Her fiance graduated from BYU in business and is currently working at U.S. Steel in Orem. The couple plan to make their home in Arizona following a honeymoon in Canada. Secretary Is Announced SPRINGVILLE - Lori Martindale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted. J. Martindale, 695 Canyon Drive, was named outstanding secretarial student for 1974-75 at Brigham Young University. Announcement of Lori's achievement was made by Mrs. Janet Howard of the BYU Business Department., who said the selection was made by the faculty of the department. Lori, along with other students similarly designated from schools throughout this area, was honored at a recent banquet by the Timp Valley Chapter of the National Secretaries Association, an international organization. Lori will receive an associate degree in secretarial technology from BYU at graduation exercises next week. She will then be working full time in the graduate school as the dissertation secretary. While attending BYU Lori served on the staff of Angel Flight and was a member of the "Footprints" singing group. Susan Cami/le Hess Weds Michael J. Miller In Temple JOKTTKHATFIELI) In Provo Temple Joette Hatfield to Marry Duane Menlove April 18 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sonny Hatfield, Springville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Joette to Duane J. Menlove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Menlove of Payson. The couple will be married April 18 in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will honor them that evening in the Springville 12th Ward Cultural Hall from 8 to 10 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Hatfield is a graduate of THE ALUMNAE Springville High School and LDS Seminary and is currently employed in Provo. Mr. Menlove graduated from Payson High School and LDS Seminary. He served an LDS mission in the Brazil - South Central Mission. He is now attending Brigham Young University and is employed in Provo. Following their marriage the couple will make their home in Provo while Mr. Menlove continues his studies at BYU. LORI MARTINDALE D. A. Taylor & Company Center "Before you people started dropping back in, Magda, we had no unemployment problem." Susan Camille Hess became the bride of Michael J. Miller in a wedding ceremony performed Friday in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception honored the newlyweds that evening at the American Fork Training School Branch of the LDS Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bruce Miller, American Fork, and Mrs. and Mrs. Blaine W. Hess, Orem. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Miller, American Fork. The wedding gown was created by the bride's mother in Italian silk faced satin. A double ruffle of satin and an overlay of silk organza was trimmed with hand appliqued roses and flowers which flowed into a demi-train. The full-length sleeves were made of sheer magic organza with the wide cuffs appliqued with rose design The high round neckline of Guipre lace was shaped down the front of the bodice, and the empire waistline was accented with a sheer cummerbun caught with a rose applique. The shoulder-length veil was bridal illusion and fell from a tiara of daisies and seed pearls. Her bouquet was in pale blue baby's-breath, white daisies and yellow rosebuds. Attending the bride was her sister, Mrs. Alfred Mickelsen as matron of honor, with Jan Kilpack as maid of honor. Another sister of the bride, Joni Bemice Hess, was a bridesmaid along with Bari Cormoni and Shelly Griffin. Best man was the bridegroom's brother, Bryon Miller. Ushers were Robert Hess, brother of the bride, and Doug and Mark Miller, brother of the bridegroom. Bridal attendants wore long azure blue crepe gowns with matching chiffon capelets and parasols of white with blue ruffles and ribbons. The reception hall was decorated in Southern Colonial style in blue and white. Large double columns were entwined with garlands, cherub fountains and greenery, and a gazebo of the bride's trousseau completed the setting. A pre-nuptial shower was given by Jan Kilpack. The newlyweds are residing in American Fork. Carpet And Furniture Warehouse Sales CASH OR BANK CARDS ACCEPTED OPEN DAILY 10 to 5pm SATURDAY 10 to I pm 455 South 900 West Provo, Utah ON CLEARANCE ITEMS SAVE UP TO Carpet Padding 9/16" thick WITH YOUR CARPET PURCHASE Now Only 9 7* fi<\. yd SPECIAL Mattress And Box Spring me DOUBLE SIZE RfG 149.95 QUEEN SIZE BEG. I99.9S 168 KING SIZE 8SC 299 95 $ 268 MRS. MICHAEL J. MILLER (Susan Camille Hess I Beverly Burke Selected As Coed of Month Beverly Burke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A. Burke, Provo, was chosen Coed of the Month at Dixie College in St. George. She is a 1973 graduate of Provo High School. Miss Burke has served as sophomore class vice president, was in charge of Sophomore Da/e held April 2 and is dress manager for the concert choir. She is also a member of the program bureau, sings in a trio, and is secretary of Tau Chapter of Lambda Delta Sigma. BEVERLY BURKE Mother Of Year To Be Announced The selection of Utah Mother of the Year will take place at the final meeting held Saturday in Salt Lake City at the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. Following the meeting a tea will be held at the art exhibit on Sixth East and South Temple, with art entries to be awarded prizes The tea will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Entries and art articles may be picked up at that time. Libby Cook Hayward is representing the Provo - Orem District in the Mother of the Year contest. Betty Crocker Winners Named Nancy Stratford, 18 - year - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stratford, Ogden, is Utah's Betty Crocker Family Leader of Tomorrow. Runner- up was Marva Lou Homer, 17, of Kaysville. Among the 13 honorable mentions was lo Katharine Nielsen of Provo Hifh School The winner won a $1500 scholar-ship and competed with 3,456 seniors in 75 Utah high schools. The runner-up won a $500 scholarship. ERA Coalition Announces New Purposes and Goals A new name and new by-laws were proposed at the monthly meeting of the Equal Rights Amendment Coalition and will be voted on next month, according to Lee Anne Walker, Provo representative. The new by-laws are based on the original by-laws but define the purpose of the organization more broadly than working for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. The purpose of the proposed Equal Rights Coalition will be to "promote euqlity of rights for females and males." A four-part program is proposed, to include (1) ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, (2) encouraging area coalitions to operate under their own by-laws and officers in concert with the goals of the state coalition, (3) conducting an educational program for individuals, organizations, and government bodies in order to eradicate sex discrimination in the law and other effects of sexism, and (4) carrying on affirmative programs to influence legislation and initiate legal actions to obtain effective equality of opportunity for men and women. Unlike the old coalition which Imd hoped to see the Equal Rights Amendment pass in Utah in the recent legislature and then dissolve, the new coalition is envisioned as a permanent part of Utah politics. A nominating committee of Sandra Linn, Heidi Doidge, Polly Sdunidt, Pat Jarvis, and Lee Anne Walker, was assigned to offer names for election of a slate of officers for the coming year. Task forces on legislative study, litigation, finance and membership, political action, and public information will begin to take shape with next month's meeting. Among announcements made at the meeting was the information that Beverly Dalley of the League of Women Voters and the Coalition has been chosen chairperson of the Affirmative Action Committee of the Utah Democratic Party. The Salt Lake County Democratic Central Committee required those Democrats from that county who ignored the party platform and voted against the Equal Rights Amendment to appear and explain themselves last week. There will be a women's rights conference in Caspar, Wyoming, April 25, 26, and 27, which will be attended by some Utah women. The Women's Political Caucus will be sponsoring the annual Susa Young Gates Birthday Party at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 12, in the Hotel Utah Skyroom. Susa Young Gates was a daughter of Brigham Young and a suffragette and advocate of women's rights. Outstanding Utah women are honored at this event. For more information, Ginger Head of the Utah Women's Political Caucus or Lee Anne Walker of the Utah County Women's Political Caucus may be contacted.

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