The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 13, 1975 · Page 41
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 41

Provo, Utah
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Sunday, April 13, 1975
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Page 42-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Sunday, April 13, 1975 Leslee Bird Sets May 16 Nuptials With David Henson LESLEE BIRD Altrusa Celebrates Two April Anniversaries The Altrusa Club of Provo celebrated two special birthdays at a dinner meeting held at the Holiday Inn Burgundy Room Wednesday evening. It marked the 17th anniversary of the Provo Club and 58th anniversary of the international organization. Two new members were installed into the club by Eliza Bjerragaard, Altrusa Information Chairman. They are Carol Kingslover and Ardith Norton. A "This is Your Life" skit was presented by Lana Brown and Edith Whitney, in order to honor four charter members of the organization. Those honored were Eliza Bjerragaard, Nanieve Callahan, Maragaret Davis and Fawn Whitney. Appreciation was extended to these members for the service they have given to the community for the past 17 years. Each of them also received a trophy. Ruth B. Booth, president of the club, conducted the meeting and called attention to the fact that April was a special time for Altrusans. One of the achievements of the organization's 58 years is the fact that the foundation has provided nearly a million and a half dollars to 4200 women and girls to assist them in continuing their education, and in training them to better qualify for employment. The group also gives Grants in - Aids and Founder's Fund Vocational Aid projects. SPRINGVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. J. Don Bird of Springville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Leslee to David Henson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henson of Provo. The couple will recite nuptial vows in a Manti LDS Temple ceremony on May 16. They will be honored at a wedding reception in the Springville First - Twelfth Ward Cultural Hall that evening. ... . Bridal attendants will be sisters of the bride-elect. Denise Simmons and Cindy Bird, and also Karen Bird, Lori Henson, Cheryl Child and Marva Cox. Miss Bird won the title of Miss Springville 1973-74. She was a graduate of Springville High School, a junior varsity and varsity cheerleader and a member of Girls' Athletic Association and Novelty Circle dub. She is also an LDS Seminary graduate. Mr. Henson graduated from Provo High Schoool and LDS Seminary. He was active in football, baseball and track and was affiliated with Lettermen's Club and Topha-Beta. The younE couple will make a home in Provo where both are employed. Sweet Thought NEW YORK (UPD-To keep brown sugar soft after opening a package, transfer the contents to an airtight screwtop jar with a piece of wet cardboard inside the cover. Store at room temperature. Or, if desired, transfer the moist sugar, lightly packed, to a freezer container, seal and freeze. Plan on removing it from the freezer at least 30 minutes before you want to use it. I ! Riverside Ladies Set Meet The Riverside Ladies Luncheon will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m at the club. The musical program will be presented by Jerry Elison and troupe. Theme for the event will be "Blue Eyed April — Make Believe and Romance." Mrs. C.J. Harmon is chairman of the event and will be assisted by Mrs. Jerry Thorn, Mrs. John C., Swenson. Mrs. Harold Boyack and Mrs. Charles Barebo. WfSWSSRWSWJRWKW:*: JANICE BUNNELL In Provo Temple Janice Bunnel to Recite Vows With Bob Becker Janice Bunnell will marry Bob Becker in a wedding ceremony to be performed April 24 in the Provo LDS Temple. A reception will honor the couple that evening from 8 to 10 p.m. at the Vineyard Ward Cultural Hall. Parents, of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Bunnell and Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Becker all ofOrem. Miss Bunnell graduated from Orem High School in 1971 , and from LDS Seminary. In high school she was active in Tigerettes. She is now a senior at Brigham Young University where she is majoring in food science and nutrition. Mr. Becker is also a 1971 graduate of Orem High and LDS Seminary. He was active in sports in high school. Now enrolled at BYU where he is majoring in business management, he previously filled an LDS mission to the Dakota Mannitoba Mission. The couple will reside in Provo following their marriage, and will continue their schooling. Club Notes LADIES LITERARY CLUB Will meet at the home of Mrs. J. Rulon Morgan, 1102 Birch Lane, Provo on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Outdoor cookery will be discussed by Ann Cox, a student of Diane Thomas. LJTERATAE Will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ray Ivie, Three Fountains. A book review will be given by Mrs. John Manning. HOME ARTS MUNICIPAL SECTION Will Meet Monday at 2 p.m. at the Women's Cultural Center. Mrs. Dean Rasmussen is arranging the program. All members are invited to bring, guests. JULIA JAN OLSEN Julia Olsen to Wed Reed Smoot May 21 Julia Jan Olsen and Reed P. Smoot are planning a May 21 wedding in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn L. Olsen, Pleasant Grove, and her fiance is the son of Dr. Seth E. Smoot, Provo, and the late Lillian H. Smoot. Miss Olsen is presently attending Brigham Young University, and will graduate next April. She has been an active member of the Ballroom Dance Team. Mr. Smoot is a graduate of BYU and is now employed at the BYU Motion Picture Studio. Provo Credit Women Attend District Meeting Five members of Credit Women International (CWI) Timpanogos Chapter, Provo, Also in attendance from Provo was William J. Welsh Jr., owner of the Credit Bureau of Provo; attended the District Nine and William F. Shriver, first Convention held in Phoenix, Ariz. They were Dallyne Crowton, BYU Credit Union, president; Marilyn Gull, Mountain Fuel Supply, first vice president; Gay Majors, Zion's Bank, treasurer; Donna Beck, Provo Health Department, parliamentarian; and Bonnie Roach, Zions Bank, bulletin. vice-president of Shriver's Incorporated. While there the club received several awards for achievement during the year 1974-75. They won a first place for perfect attendance, second place for education and a third place rating for increase of membership. FAMILY JEWELRY BEAUTIFUL FAMILY BIRTH- STONK JKWELRY FOR MOTHERS AND GRANDMOTHERS IN 10KT. OH 14 KT T.OLD A dreal qlft 9.) for Motlfp Win her heart with an exquisite gold family ring that embraces beautiful sparkling colorful brithstones. Each stone represents a loved one to Mother or Grandmother. 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