1957 Helen Bray
•Ladies Of Elks Have Installation Banquet In an atmosphere of spring birds on the' wing, Mrs. Fred Liddiard was installed-president of tfce Provo Ladies of Elks Wednesday evening at the E-lks Home. ' Birthday Party Honors Three Provoans Mrs. William D. Brown and her twin daughters, Mrs. Tony Medved and Mrs. Vernon Damico were honored at a birthday party recently at the home of Mrs. Medved. The guests of honor received many gifts and corsages from Kenneth Gray, a' grandson of Mrs. Brown. Pot luck supper was served to Mr. and Mrs. Riohaixi Gray and Kenneth, Lehi; Mrs. Jay ~Bernard! and daughters, Mary, Jean, Judy and Ann; and Mrs. William Ward; Mr. . Medved and the guests of honor. * * * Special Interest Class Holds Smorgasbord'Party SPRINGVTLLE.—Under the direction of Alberta Hoover, Special Interest director, -the Ninth LDS Ward Special Interest class held a smorgasbord Tuesday evening. In the center of the room was a May pole surrounded by six tables. Streamers of pastel colors were strung from the May pole to tile tables where a place card marked the place for each guest. For an icebreaker, each person was given a card, and by questioning others, was to find his double. First prize went-to Lamar Weight and second to Don Gubler. A later prize was won by Ruth Weight. Then each one served himself to the smorgasbord. The remainder of the evening was spent with games and an unrehearsed play, directed by Eli Tibbits. Others helping with arrangements were class officers: Fred Hoffman, president; Harriet Gubler, vice president; and Delia Hutton, secretary. * » * The Detroit Red Wings is the only hockey club to win the Stanley Cup series in 'eight straight games. Chairman of the affair was Mrs. Gordon Billings. Other officers taking over new duties were Mrs. Max Bray, vice president; Mrs. Melvin- Jenkins, treasurer; Mrs. Leo Kavachevich, secretary t and Mrs. Archie Jones, historian. • The installation banquet featured a long table with miniature bird houses and pink candles in green nests with spring streamers. Nut cup favors were smaller birdfaouses on stilts. - Mrs. Nile Thurston, president; wrote original tributes to her outgoing officers and committee members. The mistress of ceremonies, Mrs. Fred Bown, read tiie tributes. The Downbeats, -Jane Ann Bown, Lola Van Wagenen, Lynn Fechser, Kay Lynn Busterud, Connie Jones and Deloris Nelson, sang. Two accordion solos were played by Gerald Pinarelli. Committees included Mrs. Slug Tfaomas, reservations; Mrs. Jess Johnson, flower arrangements; Mrs. Richard Smith, chairman, and Mrs. Leo Kavachevich, Mrs. Max Bray, Mrs. Nevin Williams, Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs. Kenneth, Clausse, banquet table decorations; Mrs. Charles Thomas, hostess; Mrs. Ralph Thomas, installing officer; Mrs. James Harran, installing chaplain; Mrs. Harold Ward, installing . usher; and Mrs. Mark Berkhimer, acting parliamentarian. After Mrs. Liddiard's installation; she announced her committee members for the coming year. On the executive board are Mrs. Bill Wbittaker, Mrs. W. A. Marshall, Mrs. Roy Elliot Jr. and Mrs. Nile Thurston, Mrs. Lou WiUmore is Utah State board member, and Mrs. Bown and Mrs. Clausse are on <fce Legislative Council. Other committees include Mrs. Ralph Thomas, chaplain an< sickness; Mrs. James Liddiard and Mrs. Dean Harding, program; Mrs. E. D. Wilde, mem bership chairman assisted bj Mrs. Don Duke and Mrs. Ward Mrs. Fred Hafen, Utah State Hospital project with Mrs. An dersbn co-chairman; Mrs. Slug Thomas, nurses scholarship Mrs. Hairrari, music project; am Mrs. Orlan Gagon, refreshment committee. • Mrs. Duke led tiie allegiance to Hie flag. Honored as special guests were Mrs. WiEmore, wife of the exalted ruler, and Mrs Ralph Thomas, past Utah State president. ,Mrs. Ralph Thomas gave a special toast to Mrs. Thurston, and Mrs. Berkhimer gave a toast to the incoming officers. Mrs. Elite gave Mrs. Thurston a. pin after the installation.