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. 2A r:ro voan wea in juuuvlv ifi& Ceremony to Connie McCourt f SUNDAY HERALD New Fabrics Promise Real Chanaes SUNDAY, OCTOBER! 1, 1961 ' Utah County, Utah By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) Carpets which collect and store energy from the sun to heat homes. Clothing made from hair-thi- n steel threads.. Clothes with per fume built in. Clothes with a coating to keep out the heat in summer. Paper clothes which can be ceremony performed at the A reception K " honored the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan D. McCourt of Columbia are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. .Joseph Price and the i - 4 lt line with lace, lightly Alecon beaded with seed pearls and iridescent sequins. It featured a fitted bodice and long sleeves. The skirt was appliqued with garland effects of the Alencon lace and a self bow in the back cascaded into a chapel ' train. . A crown of aurora crystal and seed pearls released the elbow length veil of imported pure silk Mrs. Richard PRESIDENT brem who has been Hawkins of elected president of the Auxiliary of the Southern Chapter of CPA. lily-poi- nt -- illusion. She carried a bouquet' of roses ai--J lilies of the valley surrounding a white orchid. Attending the bride" Were Mrs. William Price, matron of honor; Clara Lynn Varner, maid of hon or; Franki Morrell, Helen Rasmus sen and Florence Olsen. They wore coral embossed taffeta sheaths with matching headdress of or. ganza leaves with circular veils of illusion. Each carried a cascad ing bouquet of roses and carna tions. Wee Becky Price was the r MRS. JOHN THOMAS PRICE (CONNIE MARIE McCOURT) flower, girl. f - William Price, brother of the groom, was best man, while ush ering the iguests were I Craig Seeg miller and Donald McCourt, broth Borrrier Prov Bnkaked to Be Married er of the bride. parties were given Mrs. by: Joseph Price Mrs. Ralph H. Jones, Mrs. D. A. Evans, and 4Dr. ndjMrs. Jesse W. Grimes Provo, and attended Brigham Mrs. Leland D. Jones. of Sagamoref Mass., announce the Young University. The brid is a graduate of Carin Cam She is now a engagement" of their daughter. bridge, Mass. secretary bon an College and the Institute of Her ifiance, Jeanndtte, to James E. Franklin, alumnus of Powers institute in Religions, .where she was affiliated son of thd Ellis N. Franklins; of Bernardston, is attending Went- - with the Lambda Delta Sigma. Bernardston, Mass.. worth Institute,! Boston The bridegroom attended Carbon Nov. 22 is the date set for then- College, The College of Oakland, The prospective bride was graduated from BY High School! in wedding.' Calif., and BYU. After the hdneymoon, the couple will make a home- in Phoenix, Ariz." Pre-nupti- al CPA Auxiliary Has Election The auxiliary of the Southern Chapter of Certified Public Ac meet- countants he home ing Wednesday noon at of Mrs. Richard Hawkins of Orem. Mrs. Hawkins was named presi- dent, and other officers; are Mrs. veraun waits ot jrrovo, Ivice Reed stacking of president; Mrs. L v TT. 3 npwara J. Smith of Orem, reporter urem, secretary; ivirs Correspondents committee will include Mrs. Keith Bonip of Provo, Mrs. Wpliard G. jSmipi of Provo and Mrs. Sydney bilbert of Orem. State board mernbei1 will be Mrs. Frank Gardner of Provo. The members enjoyed a potluck luncheon before the business session. A gift was presented to the outgoing president, Mrs. Glen Gardner. i" j ; - . 4 lh ill Li. I i VS2S? frA T,nliw lf card. inexpensive enough "Paper fabrics, e, 18th-centu- S. C. envelope). to Two Eureka Clubs Meet for Socials The 500 Club met EUREKA of Mrs. Ada at the home recently Soreftson. The ladies; blaved cards and Mrs, Gladys Dean, Mrs.. Al-- j uene x arren and ssirs. xvimnie Gillespie won prizes. At the close of the evening Mrs. Sorensen served refreshments to her guests. E UREKA The Modern Mrs. Club spent a pleasant evening recently attending a movie at, Spanish Fork. After the show the ladies enjoyed refreshments at a - Biscuit Taste Treat .".will be so ver- satile they will be used for disgarposable hats, ments, raincoats, slacks, , shirts, upholstery, as backing fpr carpets, bed linens, sail boats, parachutes and blanke'ts," he continhigh-fashion- ed j Surely, you have baked upside-dovj- n cakes, but have you precheese bispared upside-dow- n 1 cuits? Melt talespon butter in an square baking pan; stir in 2 tablespoons flopped parsley and 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese. Cut biscuits from 1 package of refrigerated biscuits into quarters; place quarters in pan 2 verclose together. Bake 450 in degree preheated mirjutes ovejn. Invert biscuits onto serving plate and serve immediately. ch - Latin America is like a volcano always capable of erupting," Dr. Keith Melville, pro fessor of political science a.t(Bri4 ham.YoUng University, told members of the Fine Arts Club at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Pugh Thursday. Dr. Melville reviewed the political history of South America generally and then told of the Cuban He stated that the revolution. great amount of stark poverty and sharp social distinctions are the main causeSjOf, the unrest in these countries and, wherever Jhis unrest becomes active, the Communists move in to create more agitation, lie said that Castro came into power because he seemed to be offering the people what they heeded but he became more' of a dictator than the former leader and initiated a reign of terror o which has given rise to forces. 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Your Beauty by Cailling served refreshments to bers; v 1 . ki iv 10-1- - This clever panty j "i" Thp . t l. Country Club. and' chrysanthemums Roses were used in the decorations in the rooms and the hostesses. Mrs..,-Pugand Mrs. Frank J. Mullctt - Never bulky, it has her duty to watch over me,j Ibut thing" I onlyvto an extent. One ' like is she don't listens on that Manicure - - HITI i r Strate, introduced, the guests. Mrs. S. E. Jacbbsen announced that the club birthday party will be held Oct. 12 at the Riverside anti-Castr- 1! flattering as your figure . to-3:- 30 TIanspn T.iI I LYCRA epandex. It ho 10 A. M. 11 knows that -- Under Expert Supervision Daily, Monday thru Saturday 1 I '. j- low your own tastes.j too. You'll gradually find others who like what you like, share your interests and tastes . , . tljien you can spend more time with them. Be a young lady yourseljf, but don't scorn others who like to climb trees, if they don't harm anybody doing it. In other words, have your own personality, whether it's like the majority of others or not, and let others jhave theirs. You are right to be an individual. Q; "Dear Elinor: I am a girl of 14 and recently got into some trouble at school. Nowj my mother doesn't trust me at all, I know it's Complete Beauty Care hvtf -Mrs Hflrnlri 1. r i . ' i t t i i i - nra it are older, they seem younger. like their pastimes) and also J ' - : Q "Dear Elinor: I am a girl,, rock 'n rollers (or at least not tell 12 years old. Although my friends' them all the time that you don't They say that climbing "trees and being a tomboy Is a good thing, but what (about a girl who wants to be a young lady (Irrie)? I do not enjoy irock 'n roll very much, , but I do like classical music and ; literature I do not date yet, but I believe! , some , boys like this more feminine outlook,, although I don't do it for that reason. Your views, please?" .i Ans. "I You're right that per--' sonalities and tastes can differ, and you have a right to your own love of "nice ' 'or "finer" things, just as your friends have a right ; to. enjoy rock 'n roll at this stage in their lives. But for your own sake and happiness, try to be a sort of person and United States"; roll in South Ameri ca. ;. to In addition Mr: Melville's the talk, program "Included; two solos by Mrs Melville, .accom. panied by Mrs. Maurice Ilard'ing. The thought for the day was given "AM Girl Doesn't Like Rock 'N' Roll Musi. ' ? On South, America and Xluba Old j r fine Arts Club Hears Talk -- " f . Cheese, Parsley Make dis l l By ELINOR WILLIAMS - a .V( . ..... Tips "for Teens 12-Year-- i "T '; i! party. ry ry self-address- it These fashionably dressed .young matrons will BONHEUR GOES BEATNIK turn' "beatehick" and invite their "beatnik" partners to accompany them;, when they meet Oct. 4 at the home of IMr. and Mrs. Elvin Andferson in Provo for a, beat nik party being given by. tne uonheur Club .as the first social activity of the new club season.) jShbwn making plans are, from left, Mrs. Grant Richards, MrsSteyen Mrdoek, Mrs. Bnant Jacobs, club officers, who are committee members for the ments," the chemist predicted local restaurant! Paper diapers would be sterile ued. Millson believes that carpets of the future will double as heating units. These would be woven to include fine wires which will lead to a panel of energy cells located on a window sill or roof cand be activated by sun and light rays. the extension to jay telephone The Socialite Club ORE M conversations. How can I have met at the home of Rfrs. Shirl privacy and get her to trust me?" Finch Wednesday evening for a It will tdke time to win Ans. you mother's trust by proving you business me eting which; was fol are honest and dependable. Until lowed with a surprise baby show- thefn, you'll just have to remem- er given for Mrs. LeRoy Hold- ber that your lack of personal pri- away. vacy is caused by your own Games we e played and prizes wrong-doin-g and keep your feet ,were won py Mrs. Donald Et on the "straight and narrow Stevens, Mrs Ray Edwards, above and in gift form were Keep Small favors suspicion path." your mother will gradually realize presented tor each club member that you can be trusted to have on the refreshment trays, f and not abuse personal priBusiness included changing the if about it now, club's name to the Socialite But talk you vacy. Club she'll wonder if you want privacy rather than the Orem Social Club. because you're doing or "planning Mrs. Donald Stevens was elected to do something wrong. the new reporter (For free printed tips on "How to Get Along With Your Parents" The gardenia honors Alexander for a happy home-lifwrite to! Elinor Williams at this paper, en Garden, an physi- Charleston in Lcian who a lived, fs-- : closing stamped, - 9 Orem Group Is Renamed oei ites Millson outlined fabric poten tials in a paper prepared tfor his employers. He said that! youth and old ?.ge would help influence l. a trend to " the The increase in the birth rate and the fact that people, live long er will mean larger proportions of youth and the aged in the world ' population. The elderly will be interested more in comfort than in style, he believes. For instance, an over coat weighing several pounds, as it now does", would be too heavy for the shoulders of an older per son "But with our presentf knowl edge," said Millson, "a coat to one-haas weighing one-thir- d much could be just as 'effective' winter protection. "The young sophisticated mothers of the future no longer will fill clothes , lines with laundered diapers, suits and other gar and H ! super-functiona- Of Officers irj! T ( V Co. .(if t 1 i 4 e L discarded1 once soiled. These are some of the develop ments of the future in thei textile world, says Dr. Henry E. Mill son, an award-winnin- g scientist. Fabrics of the future will be changed in many ways from those of today to achieve style durability, performance and especially comfort," said Millson, iwho is with the organic chemicals divi- sioa of the American Cyanamid late Joseph Price of Provo. The bride chose a gown of peau de soi appliqued at the jcirclet neck' 1 :' ... LDS Ward in Columbia, Utah. offici Bishop -- A.' Dean Wengrecn ' :, afterward ' v- Connie Marie McCourt became the bride, of John Thomas Price, Saturday, Sept. 30, in a double-rin- g' ated. '1 Ave. P ro vo FR 3-12- 63 'Urn. .' .