Gene Gammon mission farewell

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Gene Gammon mission farewell - WILLIS E. WOOD STANLEY C. SUMSION BUD D. LOSEE...
WILLIS E. WOOD STANLEY C. SUMSION BUD D. LOSEE Farewell Testimonials Tonight Will Honor IDS Missionaries Throughout Centra! Utah Willis E. Wood SPANISH FORK —A farewell testimonial honoring Elder Willis E. Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Wood, who is entering the mission field will be held Sunday Sunday evening, January 17, 1954, in the Spanish Fork First Ward Chapel, starting at 7 p. m. Elder Wood will enter the church mission home on Jan. 20, prior to his departure for the North Western St-tes Mission. Elder Wood -as born Jan. 26, 1931. He gradated from the Spanish . ork High School and the Seminary- He was discharged discharged from the Army, Oct. 14, 1953, at Fort Richardson, near Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska. The following program has been arranged. Opening song "The Lord Is My Light," by the congregation; congregation; prayer, Lester Bradford; Bradford; sacrament song, choir; sacrament sacrament song, "Friendship," by male quarter; remarks, Ray Banks; piano solo, Nan Hawkins; remarks, parents of missionary; organ solo, Elmo Braithwaite; response. Elder Wood; song, "Jesue, Lover f My Soul," male quartet; remarks, Bishop Robert A. Nelson; closing song, "O, Ye Messengers of Glory," choir; benediction. Fern Wood. Eugene Gommon VINEYARD—Eugene Gammon, son of Bishop and Mrs. Ray Gammon, will be honored at a farewell testimonial tonight in the Vineyard LDS chapel prior tc his departure for the West German Mission. He will enter the mission home in Salt Lake City Jan. 20. Speakers on the program, arranged arranged by the ward missionary committee headed by Ed Spaulding, Spaulding, will include Walter R. Holdaway, Holdaway, president of Orem Stake, Bishop, Gammon, and the missionary. missionary. Howard Anderson will sing a vocal solo and Marie Stanley C. Sumsion SPRINGVILLE— Honoring Stanley C. Sumsion, who will leave soon to serve an LDS mission mission to the East Central States, a farewell testimonial is planned this evening in the Springville Second-Eighth ward .Lapel beginning beginning at 5:45 p. m. Stanley is the soh of Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Sumsion. He will enter the mission home in Salt Lake City Jan. 20. The prospective missionary is enrolled at the BYU having recently recently returned from a two-year service in the Navy in Japanese and Korean waters. The testimonial p.ogram has been outlined as follows: Prelude music, Mrs. Arthur Boyer; congregational congregational singing followed by the invocation by Ronald Schou- tcn; piano solo, Mrs. Norma S. Hartley, sister of the missionary; speakers, Bishop Leo A. Crandall Crandall and George A. Horton Jr.; string trio, David Dalton, Stephen Stephen Clark, Jane Harrison; remarks, remarks, Bishop Edward Boyer and the parents of the misisonary; response, missionary; congregational congregational song followed by benediction benediction by David O. Sumsion. Postlude Postlude music will be by Mrs. Boyer. Eldon K. Lloyd Eldon K. Lloyd, son of Mrs. Orilla Orilla Lloyd, 745 N. 8th E., will be honored at a missionary farewell testimonial tonight at 5 o'clock in Provo LDS Twelfth Ward chapel, 9:45 E. 7th N. Mr. Lloyd, a junior at Brigham Young University, will leave Salt Lake City Jan. 24 for the Norwegian Norwegian Mission. He is a member of the Bricker social unit. Speakers on the program include include Lewis H. Lloyd, Ross Lloyd, Bishop Gordon Miner and Mr. Lloyd. Gammon will play a piano selection. selection. Bud D. Losee A farewell testimonial honoring honoring Bud "D. Losee, son of Mr and Mrs. W. E. Losee, will be held tonight at 7 o'clock in the Provo LDS First Ward chapel. Mr. Losee will leave Salt Lake City Jan. 23 for the Netherlands Mission. Speakers on the program will include Rulon Morgan, Mayor Aura Hatch, Bishop Dean Terry, Mr. and . Mrs. Losee and the missionary. Prelude and postlude postlude organ music will be provided provided by'Byron Jensen. An open house at the Losee home, 160 E. Center, will be held immediately following the program. program. • Fred Chipman Dixon A farewell testimonial for Fred Chipman Dixon who has been called to serve in the French LDS Mission is scheduled for tonight in the Provo Fourth- University Ward at 7 p.m. Speakers on the program will be Richard Wilkins, parents of the missionary, Bishop R. D. Law of the University Ward, and the missionary. Spencer Papworth Papworth and Lorna Erickson will sing vocal solos, and a girls' trio composed of Joana Hobbs, Arlene Kerby, and Nena Flo Law will sing the closing number. number. Robert Mills Liddiard A farewell testimonial honoring honoring Robert Mills Liddiard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Liddiard, Liddiard, will be held tonight in the Provo Sixth LDS Ward chapel. Mr. Mills has been called to serve in the East German Mission. Mission. Douglas Thayer, Dr. D. Elden Beck, Vesse Johnson, Bishop Clyde D. Sandgren, and the missionary EUGENE GAMMON ROBERT MILLS LIDDIARD FRED CHIPMAN DIXON Achievement Test Administered at Lehi High School LEHI—California Achievement Tests are now being administer- id to all seventh, ninth and llth

Clipped from The Sunday Herald17 Jan 1954, SunPage 19

The Sunday Herald (Provo, Utah)17 Jan 1954, SunPage 19
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