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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1943, Salt Lake City, Utah Sajt Ftp Ibeme sunday morning May 30 1943 bag Spring is Romance time by staff sergeant Frank Rhoades department Public relations in washing ton e c we were chagrined to learn last week Las not been realing this column otherwise it have sent Kearns Public relations a bulletin urging More stories about enlisted men particularly men who were famous or prominent in civilian life Washington says such stories show that the army takes the Rich and the poor alike thereby building morale of course it was Only a mimeographed bulletin a Rou Tine communication we keep telling ourself which was sent Serjeant Bill Kemper who was m Man sided civilian to every office on the Washington mailing list but that is our Only Ray of Hope anyway that brings us around quite gracefully we feel to an old Friend of ours from Kansas City sergeant Bill Kemper in the army eight months now and Here All the time Kemper the civilian was president of Kemper state Bank at Booneville to president of first National Bank Independence to chairman of the Board of directors City Bond and Mort Gage company Kansas City custodian of Kaunas cites impounded insurance fund a Hereford cattle Baron in Missouri a Rice and Barley tycoon in Colorado one of the Middle wests most eligible Young bachelors and a Leader in Kansas cites Ultra Swank Mission Valley set even if he was Ostrich legged and sergeant Kemper is a Tea coloured Pearl toothed athlete who frequently has teen mistaken for cartoonist Peter Arno first thing he did in the army was flunk his mechanical aptitude test leaving the air forces once again holding the sack Bat the array bears no bag for Long it soon Learned that banker Kemper had spent most of his life listening to the problems and learning the ways of people he had discussed Cord Wood and Ter maters with Missouri Mountain men he knew what made the Kansas City Market Click he knew real estate trends the Price of Crochet thread and How Many Gallons to a barrel of vinegar army classification had just the place for Kemper it made him a troubleshooter today Hes lending Sage ears to troubled trainees he has a cure Well at least a remedy for everything from homesickness and wife worries to Job maladjustment and toes infected with ringworm for homesickness doctor Kemper prescribes Hunt up the Man in your Barrack whom you think youd like the least and find out Why you be land of him when night comes run of round the Squadron area a half dozen times then go to bed Basic principles of the Kemper Coni Lunod on Pikr twelve of interest is the marriage of miss Lois Ivory 358 Kast first South Street daughter of or and mrs l Royal Ivory of Fountain Green and cd arcs n Hansen of Tooele son of or and mrs h l Hansen of fair View the ceremony was per formed saturday noon at the Manti l d s Temple the Bride is a former student of Utah state agricultural col lege at Logan where she was Active in music circles and was affiliated with the Alpha Chi Omega sorority the bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Utah where he was a Mem Ber of Sigma Gamma Epsilon professional mining fraternity a reception honouring the Cou ple was Given by the brides parents following the which friends and relatives called to congratulate the couple Elma motto or and mrs Steve motto South Cottonwood announce the marriage of their daughter miss Elma motto to Nicholas l to Zelac son of mrs Joseph Uzelak of Murray he is a for Mer student of the Utah state agricultural College at Logan where he was affiliated with the Sigma Chi fraternity for the ceremony solemnized by the Rev Patrick Maguire the Bride wore a Navy Blue dress with Rose accessories mrs Stan Joy St sure attended the Bride and Louis Uzelac acted As Best Man Wanda Engebretsen the marriage of miss Wanda Engebretsen to Henry Mccormick son of or and mrs Mel Vin e Mccormick of Midvale is announced by the brides Mother mrs Curtis w Brady 7146 thirteenth East Street the couple were married May 20 in the Salt Lake lds Temple the Bride a student at the University of Utah was at tended by mrs Demar Carol miss Frankie Engebretsen miss Elaine Mccormick and mrs Redd Boggess or Boggess acted As Best Man 67 Lemon place of the marriage of their daughter miss Carol Steward to Jesse n Miller or son of or and mrs Jesse n Miller of Panguitch the couple were married on May 15 at the Home of the brides parents Helen a churches news is revealed in Salt Lake City of the marriage of miss Helen Veryne churches Daugh Ter of or and mrs Grant u churches of Denver and lieu tenant r Willis Anderson son of or and mrs Ross a Ander son 1155 seventh East Street the couple were married on May 15 in a ceremony per formed by chaplain w e Gara Bedian at fort George g Meade in Maryland the Bride who was Given in marriage by colonel a r s Barden chose a Gray sheer Wool suit with Brown and White accessories and a Corsage of Gardenias and Pink Rose buds she was attended by mrs Walter e Johnson of Denver lieutenant l d throne was Best Man and Ushers were lieu tenant James Downies and lieu tenant Frank r Tillman following the ceremony the couple were honoured at a wed Ding reception at the officers club later they left for a Honey Mon in Baltimore my they Are now at Home in Greenbelt my the Bride is a graduate of University of Denver the Bride Groom was a student at the University of Utah and at Bury College in los Angeles he is now stationed at fort Meade Margaret f Hill news has been received Here of the marriage of miss mar Garet Florence Hill daughter of or and mrs John w Hill for Merly of Salt Lake City to Mel Ford b Gullickson a sergeant in the fifty second ferrying Squadron u s army air forces the Youn couple were mar ried May 5 and will make their Home in Long Beach Cal mrs Jessie n Miller or a May Bride whose marriage is just announced Carol Steward mrs Clifford d Gibson the former Dorothy Ruth Gabbott simple maytime ceremonies United couples in marriage announcement is made by or and mrs Samuel Steward mrs Charles n Hansen who before her recent marriage was miss Lois Ivory recent Bride mrs Henry Mccormick formerly miss Wanda Engebretsen a Bride of late May is mrs Clifford d Gibson the former miss Dorothy Ruth Gabbott she was married saturday in los Angeles at the wedding Cere Mony the couple were attended by the brides brother inlaw and sister or and mrs j a Van Duren the Bride is a daughter of or and mrs John t Gabbott 1517 South West Temple Street the bridegroom who is stationed at Camp Pendleton with the United states Marine corps is a son of or and mrs Clif Ford Gibson 1633 Indiana ave nue Deon Richards a Bride of May 1 was miss Deon Richards 2020 eleventh East Street when she became the Bride of Robert Lee of 416 third Avenue the Bride is a daughter of Karl Richards of Kamas and the bridegroom is the son of or and mrs Eyrie Lee of Berkley Cal the Cou ple were married at the Hyrum Jensen Home by Horace Rich Ards the Bride wore White Satin and lace and carried Cala lillies she was attended by mrs Clif Ford Lewis miss Ina Cole miss Irene Taylor miss Alta Rich Ards and miss Norma Bardsley or Lewis acted As Best Man immediately following the reception the couple left for a two week honeymoon in san Francisco Althusa club illustrating her talk on Chi Nese customs and crafts with Perns from her own collection of Oriental Art miss Florence Pierce Genera Secretary of the y w c a will speak to members of the Althusa club tuesday at p m the dinner meeting will take place in the presidents suite at the hotel Utah new officers and directors for the up coming year will be elected mrs r Willis Anderson formerly miss Helen Veryne Cli or Dies must the married woman live in doubt mrs Nicholas l to Zelac who was a Bride of wednesday the so called Modem wife often Dis trusts the Hal knowledge gathered Dur ing her adolescence but instead of entering fully equipped with the intimate facts she needs she resorts to solutions of acids for the douche which can actually Burn scar and even desensitize delicate tissue today such risks Are needless science has Given womankind a Amaz incl powerful liquid for the douche Ponitk so powerful is Zonile it kills in stantly All Ger Sand bacteria with which it comes in Contact actually destroying doors leaving no Tell tale odor of its own protects personal Miami Iooss yet Zonitch is no caustic no poisonous Safe for delicate tissues Over 20000000 Kotucs already bought for Modem hygienic Protection you May Oever have known before get onite at your druggist today fim Booklet tells intimate fads every Young wife should know frankly written Hygiene mailed free postpaid in Plain envelope Send in up to diet s43b onite products corporation sfi9 Folsom St Sao Francl co Calif it a group installs officers installed for the upcoming season Are the following new officers of the Highland Park school it a mrs Rollow c Kimball president mrs Dan Capener vice president mrs Kenneth h Williams Secretary treasurer the year was closed with a final meeting held last monday in the school auditorium luncheon the officers meeting and luncheon of auxiliary 58 of the painters and decorators of America will meet june 2 at p m at the Home of mrs Dale Kiehl of 677 South third East Street mrs Robert Lee formerly miss Deon Richards Varro your Fortune As told by the stars if you Are a woman and May 30 is your birthday an enthusiastic nature probably is reflected in the manner in which you do things put your heart and soul into your work and your result invariably should be far above the average possess ing discriminating taste and an artistic touch you May win pub Lic favor if you engage in some commercial Enterprise catering to the Public needs As a Modiste restaurateur Interior decorator purchasing age n t professional shopper artist musician writer teacher actress broker lecturer or As a result of your activity in some Public office or factory your Advance ment May be rapid and your earnings most satisfactory released by Bell Syndicate inc Dup honors Bri Hamyoung the names of the Utah Pio neers go Down in history with that of their Leader Brigham Young whose birthday Falls on june 1 the descendants of those Hardy pioneers who Fol Lowed every step of the Tortu Ous Way Brigham Young conquered before his band could set foot in this Valley Many of whom now belong to the Daugh ters of Utah pioneers have arranged a monthlong Celebration of that birthday the numerous Salt Lake county Camps of the daughters of Utah pioneers in various ways will pay trib Ute to their Leader two of the Camps which have announced special affairs during the week Are Camp no 2 meeting thursday at 2 p m in the second lds Ward Relief society room at seventh South and fifth East streets the Book our hearts were Young and Gay will be reviewed by mrs Verneil Wilcox the pub Lic is Welcome Camp no 25 will hold a Brit Ham Young Patty tuesday at p m at the Chapman Library sixth South and eighth West streets Emerson Camp will preside at n Silver Tea tuesday from 2 to 5 p m at the Home of mrs Mary Milner 1472 eleventh East Street wanted Good Samaritans War has emphasized the need for Courtesy to strangers every town has its quota these Days even though your Mother May have taught you not to speak to strangers you can extend them the kind of Courtesy you would like to re c e 1 v e without embarrassing yourself if a woman faltering by asks you a direction you take 60 seconds out of your own life to Tell her yourself if you really know instead of steering her brusquely toward a police Man or if you see a woman in a train or station struggling with a peevish baby or a Bulky pack age you lend a hand your Arm wont both you and she probably will feel much happier ill never forget the woman who Lent a hand to the heavy travelling bag that i was struggling to carry in a Porte less station when i thanked smiled and said Why not or if you see a stranger standing awkward and alone in a gathering you pause a minute to talk to her about something which will interest her and you season All of it with a smile everybody needs a few these Days Ivy forr Forf in Shii Vic of oui contrast Rich kid with co Rikin Fanya Clou cod Comfort with of flip fitting Whito Colff Kin by Tail perforations Jevne flirt Tiou Wyndol in Long Wear ing Whit Calfskin worker in smooth Whit kid Ilcin Fittl Toul with Rich Whit Hir latious Bow smart sizes 4 to 11 widths a aaa to b the Paris women shoes floor

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