William J Bowcutt golden wedding

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William J Bowcutt golden wedding - Couple lo Mark Golden Dale ai Riverdale Home...
Couple lo Mark Golden Dale ai Riverdale Home Mr. and Mrs, William J. Bow- cult will cclcbrnte their golden wedding anniversary, March 25 and 26, at their home in Riverside. Saturday, March 25, a family gathering will be held, at which time dinner will bo served to members o£ the family and to a few close relatives and friends. On Sunday. March ^6, open house will be held to honor Mr. and Mrs, Bowcutt from the hours of one to five p. m., during which time their friends and relatives arc invited Mr. Bowcutt was born in Slnter- vlllc, Utah. Dec. 7, 1874, a son o£ John and Eliza CraddocK Bowcutt. He was their fourth child, but the first to be born in America, after his parents had emigrated from England to Utah to join the L D. S church. Shortly after his birth, his parents moved to Honey vlUe, Utah, whore he spent his childhood and early manhood. ' Mrs. Bowcutt was born Sept. ^2, 1879 in St. Charles, Idaho, a daughter of Nels and Christir.a Mortenson, who were also converts to the L, D. S. church. She spent her childhood in St. Charles. Idaho. When a young womm she went to Cokevllle. Wyoming where she met Mr. Bowcutt. They were married March 25. 1900. av Diamond- vllle, Wyo.. and 35 years later were re-married In the L. D S. temple at Logan. The first 14 years oC their 'married life was spent" In Oakley, Wy- ominff. where Mr. Bowcutt served as clerk ot the board and education and wns the weiglimaster at the coal mine. In 1914. they, moved to ,St. Charles, Idaho, where he operated a farm and a small del-. icatcssen shop. In 1920 they mcvcd to Riverside. Utah, where they have since resided and where Mr. Bowcutt wns employed by the iJtah- Idaho Sugar company for about J., cfir*t After coming to Utah, they were both active In church work until ill health made active participation impossible, They are the parents of one son and four daughters: Stanley Bowcutt, Ogdcn: Mrs. Dclbortlna Booth, Jal, New Mexico: Mrs, M. J. San- lord. Tungsten, Nevada' Mrs. William Berqulst. KclloKJ,', Idaho, and Mrs M. C. Marsh, Wlliard. Utah. They have 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, Mrs. "William J. Bowcutt will celebrate their Boldenweddinff s and ft invited. Library Lists New Books New books now ready for circulation at the Carnegie- Free library are as follows: "A Long Day's Dying," by Frederick Buechncr. The many-faceted story of a group of Americans living in and near present-day New York, and of their influence and effect on one another. "Mothering Sunday," by Noel StreatEclld. A novel encompassing one day In the life ot a modern English family and pointing up the drama which marks each member s life. "The Complete Book of Home Pet Care," by Leon F. Whitney, D. V. M. A practical, one-volume library on the care, feeding, first aid and treatment of disease for all household pets by one of the nation's leading doctors of veterinary medicine. "Case of Seven Bells" . "The Case of tho Seven Bells," bv Christopher Bush. A new English murdor mystery involving a bar maid, an actress, baffling clues, and the draftsmanship ot Detective Ludovic Travcrs, "Teaching the Child to Read," by Bond and Bond, A practical and understanding volume which modern research and biblical criticism. "Children of Today and Tomor.- row," by Ethel Dukes and Margaret Hay. A study of the- psychological problems of the young, describing the procedure in children's psychiatric clinics used in the attempt to solve them, · · "The World Next Door,"- by Peters, A novel giving a direct report on a mental hospital for veterans: of its staff--some good, some bad; its patients, pitiful often hopeless: ot its brutality and occasional kindness. "Minga Dabney," by James Street. A novel set in the 1890's, of swashbuckling men .who lived nnd loved for the' hour, knowing that the next might bring disaster ~ "Rough Justice," by Ernest Haycox A collection of short stories of sheriffs, gun fighters, rond agents, marshals, gamblers, and highway o£ the old west. ·' "Each Bright River," by Mildred Masterson McNeilly. A historical novel set in the author's own northwest--a new testament to faith and hope that led men and women to seek fulfillment at the end of the Oregon Trail. "Tear and a Smile" "A Tear and a Smile," by Gibran. A collection of fifty-six parables, stories, and poems, illustrated with the authors own paintings and drawings, "Christ's Victory and-Ours," by Frederick C. Grant. A study of

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 19 Mar 1950, Sun,
  3. Page 23

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