Verda Feveryear, The Salt Lake Tribune, Sunday, October 31, 1943

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Verda Feveryear, 
The Salt Lake Tribune, Sunday, October 31, 1943 - ffhe jfalt £akc BMbtme f r Sunday Morning, °...
ffhe jfalt £akc BMbtme f r Sunday Morning, ° October 33, 19-13 Girls Make Bridal Dates / They stand hand in hand before before the tray of small solitaire diamonds in the street window ... or perhaps they sit in the jeweler's private office selecting selecting three-carat squarecut stones . . . but both couples share the same thrill at being engaged and publishing it to the world . • . third finger, left hand! Verda Feveryear Friday will be the wedding day for Miss Verda Feveryear, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Feveryear, Feveryear, 464 Harvard avenue. .She'll be married to Marcus L. Eddy, son of A. L. Eddy of Phoenix, Ariz., ir. a ceremony at the Lion House social social center. A reception will follow. follow. They will make their home In Salt Lake Citv. Jean Van Sickle Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Van Sickle, 155 Fourth East street, have announced Misi Verda Feveryear (above) and Miss Effie Flowers (right) third South street, parents of the bride-elect. Ensign Taylor, son of Mr, and Mrs. George T. Taylor of Provo, is now stationed with the navy air corps at Lakehurst, N. J. Prior to entering the service he attended the Brigham Young university at Provo. Miss Thompson is also a

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 31 Oct 1943, Sun,
  3. Page 42

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