The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 10, 1975 · Page 33
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 33

Provo, Utah
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Thursday, April 10, 1975
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V *« BETTEJANECORSON Bette Corson to Wed Skylar Weeks Saturday Bette Jane Corson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Corson of Muncy, Pa., will become the bride of Skylar Desmond Weeks on Saturday. Miss Corson is a graduate of Muncy High School and Pennsylvania .State University. She was employed as a home economist for the Penn State Cooperative Extension Service in Gettysburg, Pa. She is currently pursuing graduate studies in communications at Brigham "ioung University. Mr. Weeks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Weeks, Jr. of Orem, is a graduate of Orem High School where he was a member of the a cappella choir. He recently returned from the Pennsylvania LDS Mission. Previous to his mission he was a student at Brigham Young University. The wedding ceremony will be performed at the home of the bridegroom's parents, 383 E. 100 N., Orem. A reception will follow Generation Rap that evening, Saturday, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Bungalow Reception Center in Pleasant Grove, hosted by the bride's parent. A special program will be presented in the couple's honor at 9:30 p.m and a string quartet will perform throughout the evening's festivities. Attending the bride as matron of honor will be Mrs. David Keeser, sister of the bride, with Betty Gibbons as maid of honor and Janet Corson and Rosanna Weeks as bridesmaids. Best man will be Ed Robinson. "Musical Memories," focusing on highlights of Bette's life will be featured at a program today at the home of the bridegroom's mother. Following their marriage the newlyweds will travel to Jackson, Wyo., where Mr. Weeks will be employed for the summer as assistant manager of the Silver Spur Restaurant. They will return to Orem in the fall to resume their studies. Husband Doesn't Want His Baby By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL RAP: We've been married a year, and I think I'm pregnant. I told my husband before I confirmed it, and we just had our first big fight. He wants me to have an abortion! Says we can't afford a baby. That's true, but... My real problem is that I had an abortion when I was 16 and the psychiatrist said if I ever went through another one it would break me. I know I couldn't stand it again. More to the point, I love my husband and want our baby. What should I do? - CAN'T FACE IT AGAIN CFIA: You didn't say whether or not your husband knows about the first abortion. If he does, he surely must understand your feelings, and a calm discussion (not a fight) will bring him around. If he doesn't it's time you told him, provided he still needs a reason for keeping the baby. (Somehow I don't think he will, once fatherly pride cushions the financial shock.) - HELEN CFIA: Perhaps a counselor could make your husband understand. Then, work on finances together: you may discover things aren't as rough as he thinks. I believe abortion is becoming a too-easy way out for those who daim they "aren't ready." When you are mature enough to marry, you should be ready for responsibility, and if that includes a baby — well, you made him (or her), so have the baby and love it. I'm sure you will.-SUE DEAR SUE: In Home EC. class we were discussing wedding etiquette. I asked, why not have a female usher escort the men to their seats, since male ushers only escort women guests — leaving men to follow behind, alone? Any reasonable argument against it — except that it isn't "done" in etiquette books? — DEBBIE DEAR DEBBIE: None at all — if the bride and bridegroom don't mind including several more females in their wedding party. These days, etiquette is "whatever you wish, so long as it's in good taste." Often the "different" touches at a ceremony start a new trend. My husband, Cliff, and I changed tradition several ways at our January wedding: Cliff, rather than an usher, escorted his mother, then my mother down the aisle to their seats. When our pastor asked, "Who gives this woman?", he continued, "Who gives this man?" and both sets of parents answered, "We do." After which they promised to love, cherish and stand by us in our new life together. These "different" touches made us all feel very close. — SUE. Ray Elfors To Claim May Bride Norma Jean Davie will become the bride of Raymond D. Elfors in a marriage ceremony to be performed May 23 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Miss Davie is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davie, Vancouver, British Columbia. Mr. Elfors is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Elfors, Grantsville, Tooele County. A reception will honor the couple from 8 to 10 p.m. on the eve of their marriage in the Grantsville Stake Center. Friends and relatives are invited. Miss Davie is employed by the British Columbia Telephone Company as head interviewer for the employment department and has also worked with the company for several years in the public relations department. Mr. Elfors is a general contractor working in the Utah County area — both on commercial and residential projects. Originally from Grantsville, he has lived in Provo for eight years and attended Brigham Young University for three years where he studied electrical engineering and radio and television broadcasting. The couple met last July when Miss Davie was visiting a Provo aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. GayleYorgason. The couple will reside in Provo following their marriage. Eagle's Auxiliary Plans Events The Pleasant Grove Eagle's auxiliary will hold a family breakfast Sunday from 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. at the Aerie home. A nominal charge is being made for the event, and the public is invited. The breakfast is one of the main events planned by the auxiliary to raise funds for a special Eagle's donation. Chairman is Tess Peterson. Proceeds from the breakfast will go to the Pleasant Grove Aeire which will present all funds from this and several other projects to Pleasant Grove City to help finance the cost of a new rest room complex to be built for the Pleasant Grove recreation park. Another Eagles social event is also planned for the week. On Sturday, a Mexican festival will entertain memebers and guests at the lodge. Don and Ireta Gumey have been appointed cochairmen for this festivity which has been planned to raise moneys for the Cancer Fund. Included will be a menu of authentic Mexican food and the live entertainment of a Mexican band. Words on Marriage NEW YORK (UPI) - Michel de Montaigne, a writer who departed in the year 1592, wrote in his essays: "Marriage is like a cage: one sees the birds outside desperate to get in, and those inside equally desperate to get out," FOR THE GRADUATE ATTACHE CASES UTAH 373-2430 225-9529 489*7469 20 U OFF OFFICE SUPPLY 69 East Center, Provo 748 South State St., Ore 191 South Main, Sprlngville Thursday. April 10, 1975. THE HERALD, Provo, Utah-Page 33 Dianne Mayer to Exchange Vows With Harold Dean Hawker NORMAJEANDAVIE Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Mayer, Payson, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Dianne to Harold Dean Hawker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Harold Hawker and the late Maxine N. Hawker. The couple will marry April 25 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. A reception will honor them that evening in the Payson Utah Stake Center. The bride-to-be graduated from Payson High School and LDS Seminary. She was a member of Pacesetters and attended Ricks College for two years. Mr. Hawker is a graduate of Payson High and LDS Seminary and served an LDS mission to the Northern Indian Mission. He has also attended Ricks College. Attending the bride will be Carol Brook, Kim Jensen, Debbie Bateman, Susan and JayneStettler. DIANNE MAYER New Lite Health Spa 1640 South State Street Orem, Utah (NEXT TO SUNSET SPORT CENTER) NOW OFFERING PRE-OPENING CHARTER MEMBERSHIPS Memberships will be offered in four (4) phases. LIMITED number of Pre-Opening Charter Memberships NOW being offered. Next phase will have a 25% increase. CALL TODAY 224-0430 OR COME IN 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M. 1640 South State Street Orem, Utah Look For The New Lite Health Spa Sign In Front The SPA will have the Facilities for the Results You Want. * Grecian indoor swlm- ming pool. •k Finish rock tauna room. * Oil of Ecuelytus inhalation room. * Private thermostacically controlled shower. •*• Danish cold mist. * Completey climatixed. ~k Private dressing booths. •*• Mild progressive resistance exercising ap- patus. •k Vanity and grooming area. * Turkish steam room. *• Ultra modern health club for men. * Luxurious figure contouring salon for women. * Individual programming with complete professional supervions. * Patented electric reducing machine. * Mechanical body reproportioning machines. if Swiss facial machines. •k Prone hip removing rollers. * Hydro-swirl mineral pool. * Free babysitting service for mother's with children. 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