Karelyn Penrod Marriage Notice
16 SUNDAY, MAY i 1958 SUNDAY HERALD 19 - Utab.Cbunty. Utah , ' : ';,'",.'. ' MRS. LAVERE ADAMS (Earelyn Penrod) Dinner, Reception Arranged For Mr. and Mrs. L Adams A reception in the East Sharon Ashton, Patty Mercer and Mar- LDS Stake House, Thursday, May garet Sagers, with Mrs. Grant - ^ A ** *_ .. —. __ 1 -i_~— /~*iC4- l%nni«A**c< 1 honored nawlyweds Mr. .and Mrs. LaVere Adams. They were married earlier that day in the Salt Lake LDS Temple with President ElRay Christiansen officiating. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was given for the bridal party. The bride, the former Karelyn Penrod, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Penrod of Provo, and the groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Adams. The bride was radiant in a gown of heavy white taffeta, szyled with a full train and a double bustle back. The sweetheart neckline was outlined with seed pearls and sequins, and a tapering veil of illusion fell from a matching crown. She carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotis, centered by a white orchid. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Carol Allred. Bridesmaids were Carol Adams, sister of the groom; Carol Hullinger, Joyce Stillman, Alene Miller and Shirley Thompson. They were dressed alike in gowns of blue crystallete. They carried basket bouquets of white and gold mums. The mother of the bride donned a blue lace dress and wore a corsage of yello-" and white roses. Attending the groom as best man was Ron Mortensen. Performing the duties of usher was Gary bride. Penrod, brother of the Assisting in the gift room were Mrs. Frank Cole, Mrs. Lowell Woodward, Betty Clark and Catherine Jones. Serving girls were Gayle Lind strom, Bonnie White, LaDean Boyack, Janice Ashton, Geriiel Greer as hostess. Gift bearers were Verla Dee Penrod and Randy Clawson. For her going away outfit the new bride chose a white sheath and black coat, .with black patent and pink accessories. Following a short honeymoon, the couple will be at home in Orem, while thetride continues her teaching, and the groom completes his studies at the Brigham Young University, from where they will both be graduated in June. * * * Eastern Star Sets Tuesday As Cancer Day On Tuesday all members of the Order of Eastern Star will work an day for the Cancer Society. Each member- should bring needle, thread and toimble and her own lunch at 10 a. m. Tuesday to the Masonic Temple. * * * LesPasserelleHas Bridge, Luncheon Mrs. Niel Scott entertained members and guests of Les Pas- serelle dub Thursday evening. The tables were decorated with spring flowers and candles. Bridge was played with prizes going to guests Mrs. McKay Christensen and Mrs. Kenneth Brereton and a member, Mrs. Mark Hirst Mrs. Lee Davis was also a guest. Refreshments were served to nine persons.