The Daily Herald (Provo, Utah) February 17 1972 page 5 (Military phone call from JR Peay)

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The Daily Herald (Provo, Utah) February 17 1972 page 5 (Military phone call from JR Peay) - News of People You Know By MILDRED B. HALL...
News of People You Know By MILDRED B. HALL 373-8563-373-0546 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wllktas of Springville hosted a dinner on Sunday for their son, U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant. J. R. Peay who left Wednesday for an expected year of duty in Thailand. Family members attending included his wife, Laura and their sons, Denton and Jimmy; Mr. and Mrs. Jon Sadler with Eric and Christy of Burley, Ida.; Mr. and Mrs. Neal Peay and daughter, Jana of Pleasant Grove; Mrs. Regene Peay of Benjamin; Mrs. Maxine Roland, Bountiful; Mrs. Miona Ivie, Springville; Mrs. Donna Knudsen and son Jay Grant of Provo and Mr. and Mrs. George F. Clark. During the evening a telephone call was received from Navy Warrant Officer and Mrs. Larry Peay from Virginia Beach, Va. They also said that Larry is being transferred to South Carolina, and the couple will be making the move soon. Mrs. Douglas A. Doxey of Provo was happy to be able to accompany her husband on a recent business trip to San Diego and Los Angeles, Calif., where they also visited with former Provo friends, John and Crol Fisher Harper and family. Mr. Doxey is full-time director of the Aspen Grove Family Camp sponsored by BYU, and was engaged in promotional work for the camp while away. Mrs. Ralph L. Draper, Mrs. Joyce Ivie and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Kinsey, all of Orem with Mrs. Don Young, Springville and Mrs. Eliza Lake of Heber, were among relatives attending the marriage in Lehi-on Monday evening of Mrs. Draper's granddaughter, Marian Roberta Thomas and Robert Paul Staley, both of Lehi. Parents of the newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Edward (Buzz) Thomas, Lehi; Skip Staley of Maryland and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen of Lehi. The event was held at the Riding Clubhouse. and Melanie from Ogden. The family will visit while Melvyn is attending a workshop at BYU in connection with his work with the Department of Continuing Education at BYU's Ogden center. Mrs. Jack (Teresa) Fisher returned to her home in Provo Monday where she is reported to be recovering well following surgery at Utah Valley Hospital. Providing loving care for her are her husband and their daughters, Monica and LaDonna is Mrs. Fisher's mother, Mrs. Thomas H. Frink from Springfield, Mo. R. E. Lee Kenner has returned from a two week business trip to California where he vjsited with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kenner and family in Sacramento and with Dr. and Mrs. Peter G. Kenner in Davis. For several years Lee Kenner has been superintendent of the Sacramento Boys School, and Peter is a dentist. He serves

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