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i 4 0 x ' i ' . ' I ' 'I- - - Sets Mood jL . - I ,U ' By HELEN WORDEN, DEAR D6ROTHY DIX: We are twins, age 17. While at the beach 4 -social The' opening this summer, two boys from our ORBM a boat the OJCiea uuo class aske4 us to go for for .member-othree ride, We had known them, : ' war held in a Hawaiian eUliig years. We accepted. at the love y home of Dr. and They gave us a pretty rough i. We had trouble getting Write out these questions and of Provo time. Fred Jackman Mr. to take us back to the your answers. them enStudy the deflnl- Friday even; ng..The evening's We jwere back in 30 minbeach. Haa tion of loyalty In the- - dictionary, tertalnment in the form of utes, but that was the longest 30 then make your decision. If you waiian luau was enjoyed by a minutes of 'our lives. . are guided by your heart and not There ar three nice boys who Dixon Club pres dent Mrs. it will be the right decision. self, to otr house all the time. committee Mrs. come live in the neighborhood. They DEAR DOROTHY .DIX: I am a Hank Clement, Mrs. Pabl Wash- - Since they, are a year younger, we ' of 13. My problem starts way But them. Childress with girl don't Jack they go burn and Mrs. back. i)f Mother raV away and got we had have us a and dressed in Colorful Haw aiian at- think lot when she was 15. She married told their We times together. good tire greeted guests on their air-- gang about our unhappy exper- had me and a f?w days later my rival and each were presented ience. They have now decided it is father started drinking, Three their responsibility to teach those years later she divorcedhim and lei with lovely flowers. iu wiwvc uigiuatms. in the same year, married my In the beautifully, decorated omer isooys we want stepfather and had my sister. the last This Hawaiian setting a liiau was since we would thing the like ry Two years latere she had my other served with ihe cuests entertained to our talkedsister. kept quiet. We by Hawaiiari music presented by boys but can't changeRTtheir - was , sent to My Vpmon Honda and Kay Ina. The minds. PJease advise us. ine Korea. stepfather Shen she began running f Hawaiian guests taught the group Twins. ' : 'v around with jother men. My stepa Hawaiian dance. the Huki-laDEAR TWINS: You've got a father, knew about this but made Following the prograrri the in real talking point in the. fact that no effort to stop it. For the past boys, years she was a good mother and coming officers for the yar were the nice neighborhood: to Wife, then when we moved to this than long you, introduced. though younger older. That's why they're Army Post she began receiving Special guests included Mrs, appear Sir Gftiahads, phone calls from strange men. If Lynn Bell, Mrs, Joyce Pyne, being how them Begin by. telling my stepfather answered, they Mrs. Jerry Wood, Mrs. Fern then would hang up. She left the state are, think they brave you Shirtluff, Mrs. Beverly Contantk, over ihe idea that gang fights two months ago. Now she is comMrs,' Joy IlWers, Mrs, Deanne put are kid stuff, A fellow ii really ing back to us, 1 don't want to Daittrup, MrM, Marjorle Larcn, grown up vhen he gets beyond go. Although 1 love my mother, Mrs, George J'yne ana Mrs. jvinue thi jiivenlknnppoacb, ik'g them, I love my Mepfather jut a It a vs tine. for your sake because you enjoy much. What would you do? My their company to grow up! friend tell me to consult the ' ' h-;- r jl .. ' - ul ITS NEWS At right, A special fashion collection for bowling skirtj of wool jersey, .with I double-box-pleat- ed matching sleeveless, belted overblpuse. In bright tones-o- f pink, yellow, turquoise,1 lilac, orange, emerald. In the center, is. a culotte dress of washable, ribbed cotton knit, with sash of striped cotton jersey. Colors, tenpin pink, citron yellow, autumn orange. knee length. Bowling shoes and Equipment by Brunswick. For the scorekeeper, a softl pleated wool jersey skirt and overblouse, in brilliant colors with matching Capezio shoes. Dresses from Jeanne Campbell's "Look If for the Lanes" collection for Sportvvhlrh Just-above-t- he -- Mrs.: Bylund is Named Seen starv For Group Mm, Jennl By DmcjlJa Spainhower SANTAQUIN Jund wif elected secretary of the from the secretarial wa DUP Notes (- - :. . discussion for a project and .the arrangements for a political candidate to talk dur- October meeting. ing; the " A ' ta ; i Mature! tforent ? , Blame Fear to Assert Yourself Don released possltlofl, MUM. It, MI'll ha i,awri:n(.ic .. r . . , . LIU.... am ine gnmnmwn'T im Mri, Harriet. lIudofl, Deaf Mrk, Lawrence! n s Mu Ahuu i.f him f.r ed evervMiinH to ,we ir7 vice president, sKilited an hottei. at nap time A iunc rteon wai served. behave but Nothing worku, , lntpad of going jo ,lecp from'thelf-bedroom- ; wall, or bedtime, ihey'U remove the pictures another one excuse after find and faucets bathroom Mrs, IDoylfi Crook entertained for play with tM Is worn out with them. Mrs, Eldon Carter, Mrs, Ralph to come back downstairs, My daughter Answeri! Then she must resent, them, JWhy, .does ; lilllmafl, Mrs, Sam Pcery, Mrs, not? If not, why resentment? Does she respect her Keith ilolman, Mrs. Charles Nelwants them to rest when the truth is she. wants she pretend that son and Mrs. Donald Daley. some rest for herself fa do you both 'think In terms of Improving these children Why Mrs. Nels Butler and Mrs. Eliza when the simple facMa you Just want them! out of beth Hepworth were guests this moral conduct !, last week at the homes of Mry and yourI way occasionally? of ycur real wishes shocks you. bet interpretation my Lentz Mrs. Duane Butler and Mrs. If a It it does this sense of shock is your daughter's problem. himGreenlialgh in Salt Lake City. for wants he something parent is shocked by the idea tiat a of his chilmoraldeal makes he life, big of out self always . Mr. and Mrs. James Bott and dren's refusal to give it to him. Like you, he secretly resents or Uncontrollable. And will ask people family have returned from a trip the children is to Glen Canyon and Page, Ariz. like me how to make them "behave," when his true question is: At Page they were guests at the children srivri me what I'm afraw to WKe ior Hnn't whv r - (hf t home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton myself? Smith. Were vour daughter not afraid to taKe, uie rest she wants in vnifip; she would lone since navetwohad it. the afternoon little With cheerfu truthfulness she, wbuld have said to these boys of hers; "Now listen I've just had enough of both of you. uet into those cribs and stay there so I can do what I want to do for a YOUNG ASTRONAUTS-Their- s if you don't change. Here are your coloring books and crayons are but. toddling want to go to sleep f Attempts But to honestly announce thd end of our patience with them, To seize the bauble sweetwe can't be Hall mixed up with notions or our unuaggmg Of the f universe, ness" and devotion. We Can't insist on our wish to rest when the To clasp the shining endurance, wish conflicts with moral! pride in Chandelier of gems arouna oy our at oemg resentment pusnea r We can't respect And put them all - j we a can't is resentment permit ourselves. feeling these babies t L Within our- little purse. as babies of the misbehaving: and is just complain can do All we r . ii 2 . Reaching naughty. It a our way of glamorizing our own fear of taking what With' excited arms and eyes, we want. ' Reckless, stumbling,! As you so truthfully say, it doesn't work. Youig wonder cries: O let us own this universe, This prize, Before we are too old I 1 -- j "self-wille- j d" - - Poetry Corner ." I ' . , long-sufferi- ng - at 3:30 , and the guest speaker will be Mrs.; Flora B. Fisher.- Always TURI (EYS Available Cherry McKay Editor's Note This poem, by Cherry McKay, one of Provo's noted j poets in an advance com memoratlon of Poetry Days, Oct. Guaranteed Ranch Fresh ; TURKEY RANCH MORRILL Weat 4th South 1290 15. iOreni At Opening Fete The La Passerelle Club OREM enjoyed an evening of bridge at the home of Mrs. Neal Scott recently. Pink fall flowers and candles in attractive1 arrangements decorated the rooms,, Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Clyde Davis, Mrs. Ken Balser and Mrs. Paul Johnson. Refreshments were served by the hostess to the club members and special guests Mrs. Dick Casper and Mrs. Dick Schanz. ; ..... ' b - ' i 4 - X o d, i) Ohio. . a native of The Victor, N.Y., will make her metropolitan New York debut at the Yonkers Raceway Oct. 5, when the track inaugurates an experi- -' She will mental "ladies' night be the first woman driver to race ' j, at the track. Miss Dillman, called June by her friends, has driven successfully at upstate New York trabks, throughout Ohio, Michigan and Illinois.- - The stable plans to race three horses at Ybnkers Red Dominion 11, Red Argoti 4, both pacers, and Miss RasejiMist,i 7, i a trotter. "A lot of people won't bet pn Red Dominion because he's 11," 'But they said Miss Dillman. don't know how carefully that horse is trained." Riding the sulky behind Red Dominion, she has sft a couple of world records for women drivers one, over a one-mi- le track, the other over ;a half-milIn her last, appearand at Monti-cellN.Y., hhc finished in the money 24 out. of 23 starts, fbc said, June Diliman, born on a' farm near Jlorheter, i one .of Hghf trainer-drive- r, 0 " : j FIRST WOMAN RACEK dld . . i Three brothers ,are ever we win In purses;" she said. v racers too regular, participants She never bets, 'What is it like, competing in a in weekend motocyclc driving. where She .inherited her love of horse- race you're the only flesh, and got her training as a woman driver? Said June Dillman, "The men driver, from her grandfather, Allie Dillman, are awfully sweet off the track, She said he raced for ."35 to lint on the track, well, we all go 40 years" at tracks in New York out there to race horses." children. .! and the Midwest, and quit began to only "whi'n his ' fail." Now tM, Grandpa j Dillman he li!l can give lirr advice, fclafe e. o, Higher Education Conference Reviewed At Meet eye-slgh- t ;iid, divides her Mwrr-her family in Victor year lind- - at the MabJe In Republic, whcie h and WHlcr do all the and training chorfi of The Alice Louise Reynolds; Chapter met at the horn. of Mrs. I, K. Ilrockbank for'thHr1 opening meeting Sunday eveniiig. The Monroe J, Paxfwm family trainer-drive- r n racor. work that et to know nhe said. "Wlx-- you Hone to horcrK, you tlTflr I No. Juniata (June) Dillman, trainerdriver from Victor N.Y. who has been in harness racing since she was 15, is shown here with her fast pacer,' Red Dominion. She'll be the first woman to ever ;drive in a race at Yonkers Raceway on Wednesday. (Herald-UP- I Telephdto). 38-year-- idio-yncrji'iri,- "JIorM's are ftmirt.,.Rmarler than a Jot of people.'" lior ronjract wilh WeJler Is an informal one "we divide what Timpqnogos Dining Room and Alpmo Dining Rooms - WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5 .. b'Ai a. m. Downtown Coachea 12 noon" Chevrolet Motor 1)1 vision 8:00 p.m. Jr. Chamber of Commerca 1 1 i v4 V - sang two musical i.'nUwrs. it I)r, Wayne H, jlaiej (hen "iave a report of IJie Uiah lale Conference on Higher VMt'HU)n, He reviewed f)r, Hlpfi aid's talks on rjuaniJly arid fjualllv of education, The th 'mt of iho conference w "InfejiHfy on llih cr Klucallon," he mm "There ar plenfy of M'holar ah) pa for students and the eco nomlc rewards' of goinig to college are very great. "Their goals have bronder bases with higher pcaki and'' an in creased quality of teachers and curriculum." Refreshments were served to 20 members present. Family Reunions CHARLES CLARK BURR DESCENDANTS Will meet for & family reunion Friday at the South Second Ward corner of 5th E. and 7th S., Salt Lake City at 7 p. mJ All family members are invited to come and report on various phases of research, business anid program numbers. ! 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Mrs. J. , will present and outline the year's program and Mrs. Owen Rowe will give the program. UP OLD TIMERS AUXILIARY ' Will hold their regular meeting . and luncheon f Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at tthe Grand rView Cafe. LAI GAI MATRONS Will meet Wednesday at 7 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Elma Haws, im. 3ra jc. are Mrs. ..Emily Nielsen and Mrs. Maurine Bullock. KALON CLUB Will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. 'at the home of Mrs. Wilford A.Hall. The program will be on . mr i : ; j . ' UTAH SOROSIS Will meet . Wednesday . ounqste rs For "I" . Club Notes parents are separated., I liveto with, live my mother but would like Miserable. DEAR MISERABLE: Your mother rates ydur comjaslon but, from what you say, she certainly "doesn't qualify as a mother.. Your stepfather evidently supplies the security she falls to pro-to vide. This is rvery important children, especially girls. By all means see the chaplain. I think he will agree with me that you and your sisters, are. better off with your stepfather provided he in able and willing to take on the Job of being both mother and father to three girls,. At iai you might even qualify a Little .Mother, pat Nixon, wife of the Republican-- Presidential candidate, wax orjly 13 when her mother' death gave her the role. She cooked, washed and ironed and kept hoiixe for her father and two young brother, See what you can do! chaplain, j demonstration. ' Hostesses for the evening were Mrs .Carter, Mrs. Tom Gagon and Mrs. Richard Neilsen. Guests for the evening were Mrs. ' Leland Jackson and Mrs. Curtis Phipps of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Joan Green an Mrs. Pat Dorius of Provo. Business for the meeting includ-e- d i My , en-Joy- ed sub-.for-San- DIXJ with my father, I know Mother would be ashamed of me for She Will meet Thursday at 5:30 p. rrj. wanting to live with him, me to at the home of Mrs: Myra King probably wouldn't speak this was. If she knew I writing 341 N, 3rd! dlicud. A demonstration of ORBM hair styles and cosmetics was .by members of the Junior Orem Women's Club recently at the home of Mrs. Dale Carter. Naomi Peterson, local beautician demonstrated hair styles on Mrs. Carter and a model Mrs. Barbara Jenkins was used in the cosmetics -- DOROTHY- NO CAMP Ladie. Literary Club at iti open' Mri, George Dackman gave ' a ing aocial at tht home of Mr, discuss on on the American In Angua Holladay, president. Mri, dian and a munlcal program was preientjed, The year's event were HairStyles. Theme Meet Of OremClub DEAR r1' i " y T DAILY HERALD 7 ( By GAV PAULEY UPI Women's Editor UPI)4 YONKEItS, N. Y. Horses, says Juniata Dillman, fcsj know more than a lolj of people, . This., latest word on horse sense comes from, a woman who has f4Ps been in harness ever since letter. I know if I leave she won't she was 15, andracing is raied today even want to see me again. Please by the experts as one the top advise me what to do, L. L. drivers in the country iss Dillman, 33, blueeyed and DEAE L. L.j There are cer dark-hairefor the la Hi 12 yean tain ouestions you must put to has trained and raced the trot ten ! yourself: Whom do you love more and pacers for Jay Waller, fifl, your mother or father? who owns a stable at Itcpublic, -- v-- i Twin Girls Fear They May Have Begun Gang War Hawaiian ' ft Dorothy Dix Olesca Club Social . - ft Horses Kriow More Than r Many People TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1960 Utah County, Utah fromi every angle, remember this: There are only about 46 calories in' an 18 gram slice of! Hollywood Bread. Hollywood tastes heavenly, too. There1 are 16 vegetables and! grains in ite special formula. It's, rich in natural vitamins and minerals. Your whole family will just love it! es J "Get-up-cmcf-gro- w" w i .y jjm .r m SI l MIL Undf llctn by Notional f oUr Sirvltti Int., Ch)ce HEAVENLY HOLLYWOOD BREAD IS BAKED BAKERS OF PETER PAN BREAD . . . 4 . A.