The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 13, 1975 · Page 43
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April 13, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 43

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44-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Sunday, April 13. 1975 World Fashions Using Sex Appeal In Latest Fashion B.Z. KASTLER VEE CARLISLE MAURICE L. WATTS Executives' Secretaries Schedule Annual Seminar Executives' Secretaries will hold their annual seminar Saturday at the Holiday Inn. Registration and a continental breakfast will be held at 9 a.m. followed bv the seminar. Trudy Beckstrom, chairman, will conduct the meeting. Special guests for the event will be B.Z. Kastler, president and chief executive officer of Mountain Fuel Supply; Vee Carlisle, assistant vice president Tracy Collins Bank and Trust; and Maurice L. Watts, adjutant eeneral. Utah National Guard. B.Z. Kastler Mr. Kastler was promoted to president and chief executive officer of Mountain Fuel Supply in May of 1974 after having served as president and chief administrative officer since August 1972. He has been employed with the company since 1952. A native of Billings, Mont., he received his higher education at the University of Colorado and the University of Utah where he graduated in 1949 with a degree in law. Following graduation he was in private practice for a time after which he joined Mountain Fuel as an attorney. Active in civic and business affairs, he was campaign chairman of the Salt Lake United Fund in 1959 and president in 1964. He served as president of Salt Lake Kiwanis Club in 1967, a member of the Utah House of Representatives in 1963-64, vice chairman of the Utah Legislative Conference, member of the Utah State Board of Bonding Commissioners, member of the Utah State Executive Compensation Commission, chairman of the Traffic Citizenship Committee, and a member of the Salt Lake Area Chamber of Commerce, Vee Carlisle Vee Carlisle heads the Women's Division of Consumer Services at Tracy-Collins Bank and Trust and is also a member of the House of Representatives, District 4. In 1969, soon after new management took over, she was employed as an executive secretary with the holding company, Tracy Bancorp. In 1971 she was named to head the bank's support of the Salt Lake County Welcome Wagon, and these duties led to officer status and direction of the Women's Division the following December. Ms. Carlisle first joined the U. S. Foreign Service in 1950 serving for two years as the Ambassador's secretary in Manila. She was then transferred to Rome where she served under Ambassadors Ellsworth and Clare Booth Luce. After several other appointments with the State "Department she returned to Salt Lake City permanently to begin a series of tasks with state and county governments. She was first secretary to the appropriations committee of the State Senate then worked for a Salt Lake County Commissioner, followed by a stint with the Utah State Department of Develpment Service. In 1971 she was appointed by the governor to fill a vacancy in the Utah House of Representatives. After completing the unexpired term, she ran and was narrowly defeated in her bid for election to the house seat. She is now finishing her fifth year as vice chairman of the County Democratic Party. General Watts Major General Maurice Lynn Watts received promotion to his present rank in September 1964 and has been adjutant general of the State of Utah from that time until the present. General Watts was born in Murray, attended the University of Utah and graduated with a B.S. degree in accounting and economics. He did post graduate work and at this time was elected to Beehive Honorary Society, president of Associated Men Students, Captain Scabbard and Blade, Phi Kappa Phi, and was on the all-conference basketball team of 1939 to 1940. He attended Law School at the "U" from 1946-1947. He worked in the accounting department of U.S. Rubber Company until going on active duty with the Utah National Guard in 1941, and from 1946 to 1948 was a partner in a floral and nursery company. General Watts received his commission in May 1940 and from then to 1945 he spent most of his service in the Pacific Theatre. From 1948 to 1953 he was staff assistant with the Utah National Guard and was assistant adjutant general from 1953 to 1964, during which time he was promoted to the rank of brigadier general. General Watts has served as president of the University of Utah Alumni Association director of the Utah Society for Crippled Children and Adults, president of the Adjutant General Association of the U.S. and is currently a member of the Salt Lake Kiwanis Club. The experience of the three speakers in diverse areas of the employer - employee relationship qualifies them as experts in the field of public relations. The Executives' Secretaries Association is dedicated to inform and stimulate women executives and also to provide a scholarship to an outstanding secretarial student through proceeds derived from the seminar. By BETTE KNIGHT NASSAU, BAHAMAS Estevez says this is his first snowing under his own label, and marks a further extension of his affiliaton with the Beneficial Corporation, the splendid and powerful organization which owns the already successful Eva Gabor - Estevez division. "I think of my clothes as Americana, because American women think and live unlike any other women, and because I feel deeply that American fashion has real meaning today. American designers, when they stop to think, have got it made. I for one don't give a care what Europe is doing in fashion. The unstructured clothes of today reflect the active life and good body of the American woman, plus her natural desire to show that body. My training has been to give hidden support to soft, revealing clothes. I can now apply it to ready to wear on a broad scale. Even when they are totally covered up, I believe in sex appeal in clothes-in making the presence of the woman count. Every lady wants to look racy once in awhile, just as every racy lady wants to look like a lady once in awhile. I use deliberate personal signatures of arresting allure, such as diagonal draping, bias cuts and daring necklines, at least a touch on even the simplest day dress. I can't stand shirtdresses any more. The idea that America should be known as shirtdress country really gives me a pain. This collection aims to arrest that boring syndrome by developing ease and simplicity through shapes other than a straight tube buttoned down the front." Tric-Trac's version of the t- shirt, the Ford of the women's sportswear world, is a European cut that isn't boyish. The spring collection in 100 per cent cotton knit features laced closings, lace trims, braiding, wrap cardigans, even a one- shoulder t-shirt. Thrift - Benson Vows Set April 23 Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Thrift Sr. of Orange, Tex. announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Debra Anne to Michael Paul Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ammon Benson, Orem. The marriage will take place April 23 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. An open house is planned for that evening at the home of the bridegoom's parents, and a reception will further honor the couple May 3 in Orange, Tex. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Stark High School in Orange, and has attended Ricks College. She is now enrolled at Brigham Young University. The prospective bridegroom graduated from Bonneville High School in Idaho Falls and has served an LDS mission in Scotland. He is currently a sophomore at BYU majoring in anthropology and archaeology. The couple will reside in Orange during the summer and return to BYU in the fall. Andrew Wayne Holloman To Wed Elizabeth Bingley The parents of Elizabeth Ann Bingley and Andrew Wayne Holloman announce that the couple have chosen April 18 as the date for their wedding in the Los Angeles LDS Temple. A reception will be held that evening in Costa Mesa. Miss Bingley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blain Conk and the late Richard Bingley. She was graduated from Corona del Mar High School in Costa Mesa, where she was active in the choral group and the American Foreign Exchange Student Program. Mr. Holloman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holloman of Orem. He graduated from Orem High School and enlisted for four years in the U.S. Marine Corps. After basic training in San Diego, he was sent to the Avionics School at the Naval Air Station at Memphis, Tenn. for one year. On his graduation he was assigned to El Toro Marine Air Base near Santa Ana. The couple will make their first home in Tustin. An open house will be hosted by the bridegroom's parents on April 21 in the Orem Thirteenth Ward Chapel. Benjamin Couple Say Vows Mi', and Mrs. Paul J. Johnson of Benjamin announce the marriage of their daughter Jolene to Kevin Scott Lundell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick S. Lundell also of Benjamin. The couple were married March 30 and will be honored April 25 at an open house in the Benjamin Ward Cultural Hall from 8 to 10 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lundell of Twenty-Nine Palms, Calif. Bishop Kenneth Berkey of the Twenty-Nine Palms Ward solemnizied the ceremony. The couple are both graduates of Spanish Fork High School and LDS Seminary. In high school she was active in the pep club and FHA. She attended Utah Technical College. Mr. Lundell recently attended Snow College in Ephraim and participated on the Snow College Football Team. In high school he was active in sports, was a member of the Letterman's Club and weightlifter's club. He was All-State, All-Region in football, track and field. Mr. Lundell also participated in the All-Star football game. The couple are presently staying in Benjamin. Fashion, Beauty Tips Handy palette A palette of four new shades of nail lacquer is available — all of which will look sensational on sun tanned hands. The colors are bisque, peach, misty pink and mauve. Practical pinafores Both pretty and practical, can be worn over long gowns or evening pants while you are whipping up one of your famed little dinners. You can take it off and join your guests looking bandbox fresh. Loosely wrapped Simple easy wrap dresses and other loose dresses for summer lend importance to the belt. Belts are wider, but comfortable, cinching you in but still letting you breathe. Bold bikini One of the most exciting and provocative of this season's bikinis is strips of black, magenta and yellow held together with shiny rings and crisscross straps. But to wear it you have to have a great figure. MRS. KEVIN SCOTT LUNDELL (Jolene Johnson) NEW KITCHEN BEAUTY NOW CABINET FRONTS n\ \\ a !l ' r <- %4'Jt. 0^ ? ^Textolite ,«jPer ti '~50%-75%off the cost of a new kitchen! • Install new doors & drawer fronts • Existing cabinets covered with matching formica laminate • 2 or 3 days completes installation • Complete kitchen remodeling service available at low, low cost See the beautiful STYLE ART displays...Choose from WALNUT HONEY TEAK OAK COLONIAL MAPLE PECAN DRIFTWOOD OR NEW MAPLE BUTCHER BLOCK Mel Ellingson General M.ruger Over 25 Yenrsf vi List (),ikl,nul Avi'iHH' Sill [ .iki' On. 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TO 8 P.M. 1640 South State Street Orem, Utah Look For The New Life Health Spa Sign In Front The SPA will have the Facilities for the Results You Want. * Grecian indoor swimming pool. * Finish rock sauna room. * Oil of Ecuclytus inhalation room. * Private thermostacically controlled shower. * Danish cold mist. * Complete/ climatized. * Private dressing booths. * Mild progressive resistance exercising ap- patus. * Vanity and grooming arua. * 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 reproportloning machines. * Swiss facial machines. "to Prone hip removing rollers. * Hydro-swirl mineral pool. Free babysitting service tor mother's with children. FACILITIES FOR MEN AND WOMiM HURRY!" Offer Ends April 16

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