Penner - Shirley

Married to Dallas George

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tell A the i be the who I a eye the on. ham The Logan LDS Temple provided provided an impressive setting for he exchange of wedding vows by he former Miss Shirley Ann Penner Penner and Dallas K. George. President President A. George Raymond officiated. officiated. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Menno R. Penner, 346 N. Wall. Parents of the bridegroom bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas George, 332 E. 85(5 N., North Ogden. In the evening following the rites, the young couple was honored honored at a reception in the Farr West Stake House, where the hall was beautifully decorated in lavender lavender and white. ' The new Mrs. George was lovely n a full-length gown of lace and net, fashioned with trim bodice, ong sleeves and scalloped lace overskirt. Her veil was shoulder ength. She carried a bouquet made of a single lavender orchid encircled by baby white roses. A sister of the bride, Mrs. LeRoy LeRoy Rackham, was matron of lonor. Bridesmaids were Miss Glenda Draney, Miss Judy Freenan Freenan and Miss Irene Ravenburg. They wore identical lavender taf- MR. AND MRS. DALLAS K. GEORGE Logon Temple Is Scene Of Nuptial Ceremony feta sheath gowns, and carried baskets of lavender and white flowers. Little Mark Rackham, nephew of the bride, was flower boy. Robert George, brother of the bridegroom, assumed duties oi best man, with LeRoy Rackham, Gary Penner and Allen Georga ushering. The newlyweds are planning to make then* home in New Jersey, where Mr. George is serving at McGuire Air Force Base. Prior to her marriage, the bride was honored by events given by Miss Glenda and Jo Ann Draney and Miss Mary Lou Christensen; Mrs. George, mother of the bridegroom., bridegroom., and Mrs. Rackham. Lady lions To See Cancer Fi/m A meeting of the Washington Terrace Lady x Lions will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Fire Station. A film on cancer will be shown by Mrs. David Petersen. Wives of members of the Fire Department will be special guests. How engaging can a diamond be? Beautiful enough^to be a joy for a lifetime! But not every ,^ mond j^ *«»**« you. There's a lot to le known r, about dariiy, about cutting befo logically, we are recognized by the American Gem

Clipped from The Ogden Standard-Examiner24 Mar 1963, SunPage 40

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)24 Mar 1963, SunPage 40
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