1971 Alic Bray & Family
About People By MILDRED B. HALL 373.8563.3734546 Mrs. Alice Bray has as visitors her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bray of San Francisco, and her granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brindlinger and her three great- grandchildren, Dena, Kurt and Eric of Aspen, Colo. Dr. and Mrs. Creig MacArthur and three sons left Friday for their home in Rochester, Minn., after enjoying a week of visiting in Provo with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MacArthur, and a brother, Trevan MacArthur. They also attended the Lincoln High School class of 1956 reunion. At the time of his high school graduation, Dr. MacArthur had served as chairman of the graduation committee. In Rochester, Dr. MacArthur is a fellow at the Mayo Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Dean W. Payne, Provo, entertained at dinner for Dr. and Mrs. James Tisdale, both of whom are California elementary school principals, and who have been in Provo during the summer school completing work for a doctors Four Lehi degree which each received at Brigham Young University Commencement exercises held Friday. The Tisdales were at school here last summer, and were happy to renew acquaintance acquaintance with the dinner guests. A group of relatives met at the Carlsbad State Park in California for a week of camping and reunion, according to a report by Mr. and Mrs. G. Loyd Hobbs of Provo, who have just returned from the outing. The area is located near the ocean and between San Diego and Los Angeles. Family members enjoying the ocean included also the Hobbs 1 son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hobbs and family of Norwalk, who arranged the event, and the J. D. Major family of Pleasant Grove. Guests during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Andersen Andersen were a daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dansie and Mr. Andersen's sister, Mrs. Lavern Albrechtsen, all of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Loreen Caldwell of Midvale. Accompanying the group also were the Andersen's granddaughters, granddaughters, Colleen Silotti and Delaina Judd, both of Salt Lake, who remained to visit with a cousin, Lisa Whitaker and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scot Whitaker and the Andersens.