Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
Eljjey depict a scene from the first pre- which is scheduled for Nov. 16, 17, 18 and 19, 12 -Barbara 3, as honorary have 2.5 leadership. at initiation. Beth Skeen Wed To R. L. Bitton A double-ring ceremony performed performed in the Salt Lake L, D. S. temple. Nov. 2, united in marriage Miss Beth Skeen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Blaine Skeen and Raymond Raymond L. Bitton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben H, Bitton of West Weber. Weber. demonstration of Dean, in Mrs. will session. Mrs. of at Each a for in Bros. "Family home spring A reception was held the following following evening in the Plain City- ward hall with 650 gusets attending. attending. The bride was lovely in a white slipper satin gown with an inserted inserted yoke, tight fitted bodice and a full skirt en train. Her fingertip length veil of bride's illusion edged with French lace fell from a tiara of seed pearls, She carried a bouquet of red roses centered with a large white orchid orchid tied with satin ribbon and streamers. Attending the bride was Miss Beverly Skeen, sister of the bride, as maid of honor, with Mrs. Robert Robert Folkman and Mrs. Lee Ficklin, as attending matrons. Miss Grace Lund and Miss Vera Bitton. sister of the bridegroom, acted as bridesmaids. bridesmaids. All wore pastel gowns and carried nosegays of white carnations carnations and pink roses tied with pink ribbon streamers. The mother of the bride chose a dress of black crepe with bead trim and the bridegroom's mother wore a grey crepe. Both had corsages corsages of baby orchids. Grandmothers Grandmothers of the bride and bridegroom; bridegroom; Mrs. Annie Maw and Mrs. Hannah Toone worse corsages of Talisman roses. Lynn McLean acted as best man. The bridal party stood before a lattice of pink and white adorned with large ferns and flanked with seven branch candelabra tied with white satin ribbons. The refreshment table was centered centered with a three-tiered wedding cake decorated in pink and white and topped with Â· miniature bride and bridegroom. On each end Tomple ceremonies united in marrlacc Miss Beth Skccn and Raymond L. Biiton. The bride is a daughter of air. and Mrs. J. Blaine Skeen of Flaiu City. (Porter-Wheat studio.) vere white carnations and pink oses jn crystal holders. Those assisting at the reception .vere Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alvord. ir. andi Mrs. Willavd Wayment, Ir. and Mrs. Lyman Ekeen, Mr. nd Mrs. Ronald Skeen, Mrs. Dorthea Dorthea Alvord, Mrs. George Maw, ilrs. Horace Bowen. Mrs. Monte Steas. Miss Hermcse Maw, Miss Luanne Alvord, Miss Karen Alvord. Alvord. and Miss Linda Wayment. Following the reception the couple left for a honeymoon trip to California. Arizona and Mexico Mexico after which they will make their home in Ogden. The bride chose as her going away ensemble a grey sharkskin suit with black accessories, Prior to her marriage the bride was entertained at parties given by Mrs. Hank De Boer, Mrs. Lee Ficklin, Mrs. Robert Folkman, and Mrs. Don Singleton at the homo of Mrs, De Boer, also by Miss Grace Lund, and Mrs. Lyle Thompson Thompson at the home oÂ£ Mrs. Thompson. Blue Quill The Blue Quill Writers club will meet at the home of Mrs. Dave Wangsgaard, 318 Twenty- hlh. Thursday, Nov. 17, at seven-thirty p. m. Original stories stories will be read by Elizabeth Bates Ellis and Donald Miller. Cdr, Richard F. Armknecht will read original poems. The spinet that really stays in tune! PANTONE cM o osie 2917 Woih. Blvd. Ph. 3-1604 "Your StiinwoY Dealer"