The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 11, 1975 · Page 15
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 15

Provo, Utah
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Friday, April 11, 1975
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Goyle Regina Pawlowski Weds Dennis Max Giles N MRS. DENNIS MAX GILES (Gayle Regina Pawlowski) Dreams for Our Children Today, Tomorrow, Always Editor's Note: In honor of the Week of the Young Child it seems appropriate that thoughts on relating to our children be made available. The following ideas from Family Ideals Magazine point the way to better child and parent relationships. OUR DREAMS FOR OUR CHILDREN TODAY. . .TOMORROW. . .ALWAYS And for our children on this day, We dream great dreams of their tomorrow. Let this be our dream for our children: That they may always know, In the brief and fleeting years of childhood, The warmth of our unfailing love — For only thus shall they learn to love. Let this be our dream for our children: That they may always, even in their youngest years, Receive our full respect as persons — For only thus shall they gain self-respect, And learn respect for others. Let this be our dream for our children: That they may ever find us, their elders, Open and receptive to new truths, And eager in the quest for knowledge — For only thus shall they become lovers of And seekers after truth. Let this be our dream for our children: That, day by day, they may find themselves, With our help, more and more free To make their own mistakes, and profit by them; To discover their own values, and grow by them; To reject our ways and adopt their own, And mature by so doing — For only thus shall they become better persons Than we have been. Let this be our dream for our children: That in their later years — and ours — They may honor their fathers and mothers, And other elders, Not through some onerous sense of duty, But with a sincere affection Born of the fact that no act of ours Placed fetters on their truest freedom Of mind and spirit and person. Humbly, hopefully, devotedly, We dream these dreams for our children: And may ours be the sobering knowledge That only through our deeds Can all these dreams come true. — William D. Hammond Helen Help Us Trying Again? Gayle Regina Pawlowski and Dennis Max Giles exchanged wedding vows today in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.K. Pawlowski of Orem. Mr. and Mrs. Max Biggs Giles of Springville are the parents of the bridegroom. The couple will be honored at a reception this evening at the Orem 32nd Ward from 7:30 to 9:30p.m. The bridal gown was designed of silganza chiffon with lace panels edged with rufflings of lace. Mrs. Don Pyne, Mary Ann and Heidi Pawlowski, sisters of the bride, and Sherrie and Maxine Giles, sisters of the bridegroom will serve as attendants. Flower girls will be Angie Taylor and Teresa Tuttle. Duties of best man will be served by Russll Giles with Jeff Smith as usher. The couple were honored at a wedding breakfast at the chuck - a-rama following the ceremony. Pre-nuptial parties were given by Mrs. Don Pyne; Mrs. Kelly Penrod, Mrs. Clark Hansen and Mrs. Alan Johnson. The couple will make their future home in Springville. Open House Will Honor Mrs. Harmer An open house in honor of Esther B. Selck Harmer who is celebrating her 80th birthday will be held Sunday at the old Harmer home, 258 S. 300 W., Springville from 2 to 8 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The family requests no gifts. Mrs. Harmer is the mother of four children, Walt Selck, Springville; Burton Harmer, Clearfield; Mrs. Norman (Nadine) Smith,Springville; Lee Harmer, Idaho Falls, Idaho. She also has four stepchildren, Mrs. George (Ida) Mattinson, Spanish Fork; Elizabeth Harmer, Provo; Reynolds Harmer, Springville; and Wallace Harmer, Springville. By HELEN BOTTEL DEAR HELEN: I divorced my husband two years ago. Now we want to remarry each other, but we ate afraid. Could you ask other re-married couples to write and tell us how it is working out? Here were our problems: 1. My folks never approved of Gary. When we fought, I always ran home to Mama and Daddy, who sympathized. 2. We both drank too much, and when we got drunk, we battled. 3. We didn't know how to budget our money. We spent like fools. 4. Gary wouldn't keep a job. We couldn't pay our bills. 5.1 always said he was wrong, he always said I was wrong. Now we admit we were both wrong. 6. His friends didn't like me. My friends didn't like him. If we go back together, we're afraid of what they'll say. 7. He couldn't support our child, so I had three abortions during our six years together. But I didn't tell him. My folks paid for them. 8. Whatever happened between us, we always told our friends (or parents) about, so the whole town knew how badly we got along. But still, we've found that we love each other. Do we have a chance?-N.H.H. DEARN: That,depends on how much each of you has changed! Outside of now admitting "your were both wrong," you haven't mentioned any drastic revision in your lives — and if the same old problems still exist, the same old battles will occur. Don't jump into a re-marriage until you're sure you're both mature enough to handle it. — H. The rope necklace remains popular, worn full length in the style of the 20s, or doubled to matinee length, or tied like a lariat. ESTHER B. SELCK HARMER Christiansen, Bushman Wedding Set Janet Christiansen will become the bride of Jerry Bushman in a wedding ceremony to be performed Saturday in the Orem West Stake Center. A reception will honor the couple that evening from 8 to 10 p.m. at the same location. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Christiansen, Orem, and Mr. and Mrs. Preston W. Bushman, Provo. Short, soft hairstyles for spring focus attention on earrings. Any shape or style goes, from simple buttons to wedding rings, contoured and knotted designs and fancy drops. THE ALUMNAE Friday, April H, 1975, THE HERALD, Provo, Utah-Pag S::*®:*:^^ l/l/oria ot (A/omen Kristene Whipple Marries James M. Shaw Today MRS. VINCE NELSON (MarleneKeetch) Keetch - Nelson Nuptials Spoken Mr. and Mrs. Morley B. Keetch of Lindon announce the marriage of their daughter Marlene to Vince Nelson son of Mr. and Mrs. Kwenden Nelson of Rexburg, Ida. The couple were married this morning in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will be held this evening to honor the couple in the Lindon Ward Cultural Hall, 55 N. Center Str., Lindon, from 8 to 10p.m. The bridal gown was designed of organza over peau do soi with lace and pearls trimming the sleeves, neck and long train. The bridal bouquet was made of yellow rose with baby's-breath. Attending the bride will be Mrs. Cal Jones as matron of honor with Jody Beck, Carolyn Wall, Myrana Jarvis, Nadine Keetch and Zanriah Nelson as bridesmaids. They wore full length green knit gowns with lace trim. They carried small umbrellas highlighted with yellow flowers. Duties of best men will be performed by Henry Goodliffe and Zanrell Nelson. Special guests at the wedding will be Mrs. Fern Gray Berlin of American Fork and Mrs. Jenny Keetch Jeppson of Lindon, both grandmothers of the bride. Pre-nuptial parties were given by Carolyn Wall; Nadine Keetch and Mary Keetch. The couple will make their home in Las Vegas, Nev. Kristene Whipple became the bride of James Michael Shaw in rites performed today in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. A reception will be held this evening to honor the couple at the Bungalow in Pleasant Grove. The bride if the daughter of Mrs. Joyce Whipple of Orem and the late Jack Davis. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Shaw of Kamloops, B.C., Canada are the parents of the bridegroom. The bridal gown was designed of lutesong and French lace with a high neck, pointed sleeves and train. The bridal veil is highlighted with French lace over chiffon and is fingertip length. The bride will carry a bouquet of white roses, stephantis and baby's-breath. Attending the bride will be Kathy Whipple a sister of the bride as maid of honor with Debbie Bilson, Mrs. Larry Attridge, Sue Lucas, Debi Burnett and Diane Zaugg as bridesmaids. The maid of honor will wear a gown of yellow sparkle organza and carry a long stemmed pink rose. The bridesmaids gowns are designed of pink sparkle organza and they will carry long stemmed yellow roses. Duties of best man will be served by David L. Shaw, a brother of the bridegroom. Briam J. Whipple will usher. He is a brother of the bride. Special guest for the occasion will be Mrs. Selma Potter. A pre-nuptial party was given by Mrs. Richard Wooton. The couple will make their home in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Geneva Larsen To Be Honored Geneva Day Larsen is being honored by her family to celebrate her 90th birthday. An open house will be held on Sunday at the Women's Cultural Center, 300 W. 500 N., Provo. Friends and relatives are invited to join with her and her family from 2:30 to5:30 p.m. The family requests no presents. Mrs. Larsen was born in Mt. Pleasant, on April 14, 1885. She was raised in Fairview, San Pete County. She met B. F. Larsen while they were teachers in Greenriver, Emery County. They were married in 1907. He was a well-known Utah artist. He was head of the Brigham Young University for many years until he retired. The B. F. Larsen Art Gallery is named after him. He died in 1970. Geneva Day Larsen has many hobbies. In the summer she spends a lot of time in her garden, still doing a lot of the work despite her age. She takes flowers to church every Sunday. In the winter she brings bouquets of dried flowers. She gives away hundreds of bouquets of fresh and dried flowers each year. In the winter she also paints pictures, many of flowers, and gives many of those away. She is still active and independent, riding her three-wheeled bicycle when GENEVA DAY LARSEN weather permits. Mrs. Larsen is an active member of the Relief Society, the artist's Section of the Women's Council, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, and BYU Women. She is a past president of the Emeritus Club of BYU. She has five children. Her two oldest sons and their wives are on missions. Rex and Mary Larsen are serving in Wauchula, Fla., and Eugene and LaPreal Larsen are serving in Corsicana, Tex. He Her daughter, Mrs. Willard (Celia) Luce lives in Provo. Ronald Larsen lives in Willard, Box Elder County, and Grant Larsen lives in San Francisco, Calif. She has 18 grandchildren, and 43 great grandchildren. Her brothers and sisters are : Ellis D. Coombs and Arthur Day of Provo, Eli Day of Salt Lake City, Joseph Day of Bountiful, George Day of Fairview, San Pete County and Roena Anderson of Greenriver, Wyo., and Nola Dearden of Chico, Calif. 'I'm not against marriage — as long as it's between consenting adults." HEAVY-DUTY DISHWASHER SALE SAVE $40 ON 10-cycle Dishwasher $24988 ONE STOP ONE CALL DOES IT ALL SHOP WARDS CATALOG Was 289.95 This portable convertible dishwasher has 10 automatic pushbutton cycles: Regular Wash, Short Wash, 1'ots & Pans, Kinse & Dry, Hinse & Hold, Light Rinse plus 4 more Sani-Cycles at super-hot 160° water temperature! Powerful 4-levul wash action soaks every dish while wetting agent in final rinse eliminates spotting! Forced Air Dry gives you fast, efficient drying, and dual detergent dispensers give you additional cleaning power! YOUR CHOICE *6988* UPRIGHT or CANISTER VACUUMS The 'L speed upright vacuum with attachments has 6 position nap adjustment for liny carpet height—even shags! The all-steel 2.3 HP canister has Audio-Visual bag fill indicator and big wheels to move easily- plus attachment))! 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Blessed is the parent who engages not in the comparison of his child with others; for precious unto each is the rhythm of his own growth. Blessed are the fathers and mothers who have learned laughter; for it is the music of the child's world. Blessed and wise are those parents who understand the goodness of time; for they make it not a sword that kills growth, but a shield to protect. Blessed and mature are they who without anger can say no; for comforting to the child is the security of firm decisions. Blessed is the gift of consistency; for it is heart's-ease in childhood. Blessed are they who accept the awkwardness of growth; for they are aware of the constant perilous choice between marred furnishings and damaged personalities, Blessed are the parents who are teachable; for knowledge brings understanding and understanding brings love. 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