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March 14, 1976

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PAGE 2 SECTION C IDAHO STATE JOURNAL POCATELLO, IDAHO, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1976 £¥a::K«SfiasS:»Sft^ $ » / ^! City Engagements :$ | Cerva-Kemp Announcement is being made by Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Cerva, 934 Wayne, of (he engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Syndee Ann, to Larry J. Kemp son of Kenneth S. Kemp, 231 E. Griffith, and the late Donnetta Kemp. A May 21 wedding is being planned at the LDS Temple in Losan. Utah. me bride-to-be is a 1974 graduate of Pocatello High School, where she was active in Flag Team, Drill Team and Pep Club. She is also a four-year IDS Seminary graduate. After graduation, she attended school in Marburg, Germany. She is employed by Provo Plumbing and Heating Supplies in Provo, Utah. The future bridegroom is a 1974 graduate of Highland High School where he was active in track, basketball and football. He received the coveted Wally N. Kelly Award and was selected for All-State in football for two years. He also made the Football-American and Cum Laude Team. A chemistry major, he is attending Brigham Young University on a scholarship. Ijphristafferson-Peterson Announcement is being made by Mr. and Mrs, John E. Christofferson, 484 Fairway Drive, of the engagement and summer wedding plans of their daughter, Jo Ann (Joni), to Steven Dean Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John "Pat" Peterson, Castleford. Plans are being made for a June 13 wedding at the Methodist Church. The bride-elect is a 1972 graduate of Highland High School, where she was active in the extra-curricular program. She was a Girls State Citizen, Soroptimist "Girl of Ihe Month" and attended the Presidential Classroom. She belonged to Girls' Council and National Forensic League and was listed in "Who's Who among America's High School Students." She is a past honored queen of Bethel 32, International Order of Job's Daughters. Now attending Idaho State University, she is majoring in pre-law. She participates in Ciruna, international relations organization. The future bridegroom was graduated with high honors from Castleford High School in 1972. He lettered in football, basketball and track, was named outstanding mathematics student and was a Boys State delegate. An accounting major . at Idaho State University, he will be graduated magna cum laude. He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, honorary fraternity. Upon graduation, he will be working with the Arthur Andersen Accounting Firm in Boise. Wedding Reception Honors Glenda Nash, David Evans Mr. and Mrs. David W. Evans were honored at a wedding reception in a blue and lavender color scheme March 3 at the Precious Memories Reception Center. The couple was married earlier in the day in a double ring ceremony" solemnized by President Calvin McOmber at the LDS Temple in Idaho Falls. The bride is the former Glenda Nash, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virl Nash, Aberdeen. The bridegroom is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Evans. To greet the reception guests, the bride was attired in a floo- rlength gown of white crepe. The attendants, whose gowns were in a blue and lavender floral pattern, were Gale Cook, Provo, Utah, who served as maid of honor; Susan and Pegay Nash, Aberdeen, who were bridesmaids for their sister. E. Leroy Chandler performed the best man duties for the bridegroom, and Kenneth L r Estep. Arbon, was the usher.; The newly weds are residing; at 308 S. Ninth. The bride is employed at Associated Foods,: and the bridegroom works as a manager at First Security Bank. '. Kari Vandeberg Becomes Bride of Gary Glenisky Mrs. Richard Lee Siegenthaler (Kathleen Hatch) Mrs. David W. Evans (Glenda Nash) Kathleen Hatch Marries w w w ;£ Hackworth-Steely J Richard Lee Siegenthaler Announcement is being made by Mr. and Mrs. R.G. jjij Hackworth, 247 N. Twelfth, of the engagement and for- ·!·: thcoming marriage of their daughter, Debra Kaye, to Ronald |:|: Charles Steely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steely, Cedars % Condominiums No. 7. $: May 21 is the date chosen by the couple for the wedding to Abe performed at the Central Christian Church. g The bride-elect, a 1975 graduate of Pocatello High School, '$_ attended Idaho State University. She is a past honored queen -g of Bethel No. 32, International Order of Job's Daughters. She jjjj is employed by Aetna Finance. $ The future bridegroom, a 1971 graduate of Highland High H School, attended ISU. He is employed by the Union Pacific 8 Railroad as a switchman-brakeman. S Chandler-Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Wilson C. Chandler, 455 Hyde, are announcing the engagement and spring wedding plans of their daughter, Pamela Kay, to Steven Hunter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hunter, 727 Hemlock. May 7 is the date chosen by the couple for the nuptials to be solemnized at the LDS Temple in Idaho Falls. Miss Chandler, a 1975 graduate of Highland High School, belonged to Pep Club, Trouveres and Choir and took part in track. She is a four-year LDS Seminary graduate. She is employed now by Transport and Terminal Services. Hunter, a 1972 graduate of Pocatello High School, was active in Key Club and LDS Seminary. He served a mission for the LDS Church in France and Switzerland. He is working now at Hudson's Shoe Store. Wood-Kunkel Planning a June 30 wedding at the Idaho Falls LDS Temple are Sheri Lee Wood and Dan Dale Kunkei, whose engagement is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George D. Wood, Mink Creek Road. The future bridegroom is a son of John R. Kunkei, 531 W. Eldredge Road, and the late Mrs. Naomi Kunkei. Miss Wood, a graduate of Pocatello High School, took part in Pep Club and LDS Seminary. She is attending Idaho State University and is employed at Farmers Insurance. Kunkei, a graduate of Pocatello High School, was active in drama and declamation. Now a student at Idaho State University, he is majoring in accounting. He served in the Germany North Mission of the LDS Church. He is employed at Williamson's Truck Equipment Corp. * * * Holmes-Hawkins Summer wedding plans are being made by Barbara Ann Holmes and Michael Roy Hawkins, who will exchange nuptial vows at the Methodist Church. Announcement of the engagement and approaching mar'.-iagf 1 is being made by Acel L. Holmes and Mrs. Frances Gillard, parents of the bride-elect. The future bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hawkins, 4719 Yellowstone. The bride-to-be is a member of the 1976 Pocatello High School graduating class. The future bridegroom, a graduate of Highland High School, served two years in the Army. He is employed as a security guard at Bucyrus-Erie. In a white, pink and lavender setting at the Seventh-day Adventist Church Kathleen Hatch became the bride of Richard lee Siegenthaler. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hatch, Rt. 2, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Siegenthaler, Mead, Wash. - Elder Roger Bierwagen officiated at the afternoon nuptials, and vocal music was furnished by Keith Canwell, Lee Canwell and Mike Ahlborn with Mrs. Rhea Paige as accompanist. The bride asked her sister, Lee Ann Hatch, to be maid of honor, and a friend, Mrs. Kathleen Evans, American Falls, to be matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Wendy Freckleton and Chelane Scherbel, cousins of the bride, and Diane LeMaster, Caldwell, college friend. Sharing the flower girl duties were Kenya Montgomery cousin of the bride, and Connie Krouse, Dayton, Wash., niece of the bridegroom. Keith Canwell, Spokane, Wash., stood as best man for the bridegroom. Ushers were Roy Evans, American Falls; Lee Canwell and William Smith, both of College Place, Wash.; and Randy Scherbel, cousin of the bride. A reception for the newlyweds followed the wedding in the church Fellowship Hall. The couple took a wedding trip to Idaho Falls before going to College Place, Wash., to reside. He's Bellman LOS ANGELES (AP) - A man who works in the "rude city" of New York, Donald Karabaich, 45, was named "Bellman-Bellwoman of the Year" here, competing against almost 1,000 hotel employes from all over the world. The bride is a student at Walla Walla College and is employed part-time at Harris Pine Mills. The bridegroom works as a machine operator at Harris Pine Mills. A winter wedding in Port Orchard, Wash., united Kari A. Vandeberg of that city in marriage with former Poeateilan, Gary R. Glenisky, now of Seattle, Wash. The couple met while both were working for the Federal A v i a t i o n A d m i n i s t r a t i o n . Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Vandeberg, Port Orchard, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Glenisky, Pocatello. The double ring ceremony was performed Feb. 7 by Rev. McCullough at the Bethel Lutheran Church. Music was furnished by the pastor's wife. Teri Holman, Port Orchard, served as maid of honor. Baby Has Been Named DOMINGUEZ-Scott Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dominguez, 416 W. Fremont, Feb. 27. H A L L - C h a n t e l l Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hall, 356 Moreland, Feb. 24. EXETER--Dawn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Exeter, 241 N. Grant, March 9. Historical Society Sets Speaker On Irrigation in Magic Valley On Tuesday at 8 p.m., Prof. Bert W. Marley, Idaho State University professor of history, will show a film entitled "From Sagebrush to Empire" for the Bannock County Historical Society in the Bannock County. Museum. The 20-minute film illustrates the development of the Twin Falls Irrigation Tract. The speaker will give a commentary concerning the significance of irrigation in the development of "Magic Valley." The accuracy of that name will be appreciated by the viewers as they behold the rapid transformation of the sagebrush plain to croplands. The film is made up of authentic pictures taken at the time. After the presentation,' Dr.' Marley will invite audience participation in discussion concerning Idaho's economic and social development and the present problems and future prospects. The public is invited. University Stake Will Give : 'Melt Down My Pewter' Soon e J A show in a Bicentennial theme, first presented last October at the LDS Tabernacle in Salt Lake City, Utah, will be given here March 26-27. The University Stake will produce "Melt Down My Pewter" under the direction of Gladys Powell. It will be given at 7:30 p.m. at the LDS Institute Building on Red Hill. The cast includes Lynn Watson, Kelly Dick, Marcelia Allen, Cindy Norris, Shannon Fielding, Pandora Wheat, Judy Anderson, Cindy Lucas, Penny Simonson, Fred Pack, Jeff Norris and Wendy Warr. The public is invited to this free show, described as among the LDS cultural activities devoted to the nation's Bicentennial. PHS '71 Class Plans :|5 Reunion Meeting j Pocatello High School class of 1971 is seeking assistance :·: with planning for a summer reunion. jij Interested class members are asked to be at 1240 Jensen '£ Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Those having questions should call 237- ' 5933 or 232-1265. HAVE BUCKLES SHEEP SHOP 103 Sa MAIN POCATELLO One Who aUarei J ifferenl Wall lilt you iee our Hew JrrivalofWniteSeticalt China JUove*. -A /Jeauttf it £nliance -Anyone 6 Mome. Come -~ee W- cji p. C (Tl 2Jhe \-firh of ~Jne llnaeryrouna flFTSMPK ·y (;«*,.· cilisw 80S N. MAIN ok. y' ' U\ - ' ihiL, ORPHAN; Bridesmaids were sisters of the bride, Paula and Jan Van- dsberg, and Laurie Wyman, Seattle, Wash. Dennis Glenisky, former Poeateilan now of McMinnville, Ore., stood as best man for his brother. Guests were ushered by Matt Cavanaugh, Larry Jacobsen and George Baty, all of Seattle. Flower girl duties were shared by Trina and Christine Ellingboe. Immediately following the. wedding, a reception was given- to honor the couple. They! departed on a wedding trip to Hawaii and are residing in: Seattle, Wash. ' -_; The bride, a 1973 graduate of South Kitsap High School, plans to work in Seattle. The bridegroom, a 1967 graduate of; the University of Idaho 1 , is employed as a civil engineer by the Federal Aviation Administration. People in the News WORD HAS BEEN RECEIVED from Mount Prospect, hi., of the birth of a son to Dr. and Mrs. Jack Bradford. The 7 pound 13 ounce boy, who has been named Michael James, is the first child for the couple. The father is co-director of Roosevelt University in Mount Prospect. The new arrival is the second grandchild for the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Bradford, Pocatello. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell, Moberly, No. Now Is The Time . . . SPECIAL CLOCK SALE! ANNIE'S $ NOW 475 00 San Dollar* an Ihit 74 3/4 Inch Tall HOWARD MIUER Matter. pt*(«. It it a Vain* at Itt Regular Price. Full W«tminiittr Chimti Brass Weights Pendulum Bob, and Rich Walnut Cos*. The store with the big street clock m North Main. M2-0972 Pork Free At Our Rear Entrance