Mabel (Peggy) (Allred) Underwood

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a an new plas- upside and an the the the of me a this so find the interested is damp of MR. AND MRS. ORSON P. ALLRED Couple Will Celebrate 50th Anniversary Date if at The family of Mr. and- Mrs. Orson P. Allred will honor their parents on their golden wedding anniversary Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Mound Fort Ward Hall, 256 10th. Friends and relatives are invited invited to attend the open house. The couple requests no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Allred w e r e married July 30, 1915. They received received their endowments in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on Sept. 14, 1916. Mrs. Allred was born and raised in Ogden, a daughter of Annie Marie Tracy and Jonathan Jonathan Harvey Butler. She has been an active worker in the LDS Church, serving as a teacher teacher in Primary and Sunday School and as organist. She has served on the Sunday School and Primary Stake boards as secretary and is a registered member of the DUP and served as secretary and organist of Camp Mound Fort No. 54. Mr. Allred was born in Pacheco Pacheco Chih, Mex., a son of Byron Harvey Allred Sr. and Alta Matilda Matilda Rolph. He had been a resident of Ogden since 1914. He has been an active church worker serving in all capacities in ward and stake levels and for the past two years has been an officiator in the Logan Temple. Temple. The couple moved to Cache Valley in 1962 where they built a. new home. They are the parents of. eight sons and daughters: Mrs. Stanley Stanley (Melba) Dabb, Thurman H., Mrs. Loyd (Mabel) Underwood, Claire J., Mrs. John (Ruth) Wise and Delwyn B., all of Ogden; Ogden; Dean H. of Lompoc, Calif., and Mrs. Raymond (Carma J.) Gentry, St. George. They have 31 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. IRON NOT NEEDED ON SOME FABRICS The nicest thing about the new pretty summer clothes is that every feminine ruffle, ruffle, flounce or pleat can be had in carefree, drip-dry fabrics. COOL, CONVENIENT IN REAR

Clipped from The Ogden Standard-Examiner27 Jul 1965, TuePage 7

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)27 Jul 1965, TuePage 7
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