The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 13, 1975 · Page 40
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April 13, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 40

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Fisher • Jensen Rites Planned The engagement of Terri Fisher to »Lawrence Jeremy Jensen was revealed yesterday at an announcement - trousseau tea for close friends and relatives at the home of Mrs. Fred D. Kartchner. The couple are planning a May 15 wedding in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Parents of the future bride are Mr. and Mrs. Grant A. Fisher of Provo. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. L. Marcus Jensen of Salt Lake City. Miss Fisher is a 1968 graduate of BY High School where she was active in student government. In 1972 she graduated from Brigham Young University in education and language arts. While attending the university, she served as a student body vice-president, freshman class secretary, member of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education task force, and as a member of the National Executive Board of the Intercollegiate Association of Women Students. She toured Europe, Israel, and Yugoslavia with the International Folk Dancers, and the Orient and South Pacific as a vocalist - entertainer for the Department of Defense. A member of Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, she is listed in the 1974 edition of Outstanding Young Women in America. She is now teaching school in Provo School District. Mr. Jensen graduated from Olympus High School in 1967 where he was active in football and basketball and served as studentbody president. He attended Yale University for two years as a National Merit Scholar, served a North German Mission for the LDS Church, and returned to the University of Utah where he served as a sludentbody officer and graduated with honors*in history. He was affiliated with Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society. He will complete his second year of law school this spring at BYU where he has been president of Law Review. Last summer he was employed in Washington D.C. by Congressman Wayne Owens. The young couple will return to Washington D.C. for the summer where the bridegroom will be employed by a law firm. On Wednesday Sum THE HERALD, Provo, Utah -Page 4i< Rossow - Gurney Open House Set TERRI FISHER Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Rossow of Austin, Minn, announce' the marriage of their daughter Karen to Ronald Gumey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gurney of Pleasant Grove. The wedding took place in Las Vegas, Nev. Mar. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Gurney are honoring the couple with an open house at the home of the bridegroom's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Phelps, 244 S. 200 E., American Fork, Wednesday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited. The bride graduated from Blooming Prairie High School, Blooming Prairie, Minn, and received her B.S. degree from Mankato State University, Mankato, Minn. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority, and did her student teaching in London, England. The bridegoom graduated from Pleasant Grove High School and served two years with the U.S. Army, including time in Vietnam. He worked at Hill Air Force Base for five years as an ICBM technician, and now has his own auto repair business in Pleasant Grove. More curls and greater width will be featured in spring and summer hairstyles this year, says the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association. S77TCH//Y Time Couple Plans Wedding Rites Janice Dutson will marry Ronald K. King in a ceremoney to be performed Saturday in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will honor them that evening from 7:30 to 10 p.m. in the Edgemont Second Ward Cultural Hall, 555 E. 3230 N., Provo. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Parents of the couple are Mr. arid Mrs. Jay Dutson, Provo, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. King, Spanish Fork. MRS. RONALD GURNEY (Karen Rossow) Making a Toddlers Bikini By Judy Love A girl's best friend is her grandmother — especially if grandma can crochet a nifty little bikini outfit. This is an easy project to crochet for the little girl in your life. She'll wear it as a sun suit, a swim suit and as an all-round summer cooler. The halter top gathers at the neckline and ties in back. A drawstring-waisted skirt fits over a crotch strap, which could be lined with lacy underwear. You'll need a size G crochet hook and a soft yarn like Creslan's acrylic for the suit. We like it in red, white and blue and it requires two ounces for each color. Probably, there's more than one little girl on your list who'd love a suit like this: you could do several in matching or harmonizing colors for a team of sisters. So go to it, Grandma — in less than a week you'll have suited everyone. Instructions for toddler's sizes 3 and 4 can be ordered by sending 50 cents to Stitchin' Time, c/o this newspaper, Radio City Station, Box 503, New York, N.Y. 10019. Ask for leaflet No.S419 and be sure to enclose your name, address and zip code. KNIT KNACKS Dear Judy Love: I love to needlepoint but I have a problem. I find it very difficult to determine which shade of yarn to use when working with colors that are very close in tone. Do you know any way of separating these shades to find them more readily and not make the mistake of working Crocheted bikini turns any tot into a flirt. Swim suit is any easy project for mother or grandmother. with the wrong one? — D.C., Missouri. Dear D.C.: I know your problem. I found a solution several years ago which I'm pleased to share with you. For every color grouping — reds, yellows, blues — cut a piece of cardboard about one inch wide by six inches long. Punch enough holes in each piece of cardboard to accommodate each shade of the particular color. Each shade of your needlepoin^ yarn has a number. Mark each hole with a number and pull one strand of the corresponding shade through the proper hole. Now you're ready to begin work without confusion. Whenever you need a blue shade, reach for your cardboard guide to blues, and so on. No-bind Secret Hug" stretch lace top No roll here No-show back zipper Tricot Taffeta No fabric bulge here Over-the hip smoothness Non-ding, static-free Antron III* Nylon Shapely under knits and close fits Romantic lace trim THE HALFSLIP FOR KNITS WITH THE OLGA TOUCH Olga's Secret Hug'" Zippered Halfslip gives you the smoothest fit you've ever slipped into. Never creeps or crawls, so you wear your knits in shapely comfort. Style #953 Short arid Average, white, S-M-L-XL, $8. ZCMI Fashion Lingerie, all stores. 25OJVII iff!" FOR THOSE LAZY, HAZY ROMANTIC DAYS OF SUMMER Spring and summer days and nights mean parties, casual get-togethers, or just being out in the warm, wonderful weather again. Perfect for any occasion are our romantic long dresses. At left is our 100% cotton seersucker check with lace trim and tie-back, in red or navy. Sizes 5 to 13; $32. At right is our polyester/cotton tiered skirt with shirred bodice, in blue or terra cotta print. Si?es 5 to 13; $34. See them all in The Loft Dresses, all stores.

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