1962 Utah Visit
Z, 1962 Late Summer Visitors Stop Over With Logan Kinfoik By Allie Burgoyne LOGAN — Mrs; Effie E. Merrill returned Monday from a week's vacation in Rexburg, Idaho. She went with her daughter, Mrs. Edna Van Frank and Miss Nancy; Fish, both of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Eva Peterson, Prove, spent last week in Logan as the guest of her son and family, Dr. and Mrs. Howard B. Peterson, Rlvor Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Anderson, Smithfield, had as guests last weekend, his sister and family, Mr, and Mrs. Rex Terry and three children, Las Vegas, Nev. Home after a week's vacation in southern California are Burke and Miss Nanette Theurer. They are the son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Ray Theurer, Providence. In California they were the guests of two uncles and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Hyer, Shafton, and Mr. and Mrs. WE- liam Hyer, Garden Grove. Last week Mrs. Eileen Blackburn had as her guests the parents of her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blackbum, Great Falls, Mont. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Peterson returned home after a tour of 11 European countries. In Birmingham, England, they were the guests, for a week, of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bowcutt Mrs. Frank Birch, Salt Lake City, is spending the week in Logan as the guest of her sisters, Mrs. E. B. Spencer, Logan, Mrs. R. A. Stewart and Mrs. Dora Chipman, River Heights. Dr. and Mrs. Wilford G. Hale are spending a week fishing at SJlmon, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Lieberman and daughter, Carol, formerly of Logan, now of Tucson, Aria., were in Logan last week visiting f riends. Friday evening the staff members and their families of the Experiment Station, College of Agriculture and the Extension .Service of the Utah State University gathered at Maliba Park for their annual canyon party. Dinner and games formed the entertainment for the evening. About 350 were present.