Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
C a' t h e t e s t h e Weber He Concrete for Mr. Dr., MISSIONARY HEWS !H. Car/ene Dye Edgar Holmes Erma Holmes LIBERTY - Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Erma B.) Holmes have been :alled to serve a two-year mission o the Eastern States with headquarters headquarters in New York City. They will be honored at a fare- veil testimonial in the Liberty kVard Chapel Sunday at 7:30 p.m. The couple will enter the LDS Mis- iionary Home in Salt Lake City on Vov. 15 and a week later leave for :heir mission field. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes have been active in church work all their ives. Mr. Holmes has served three take missions, in the presidency f the Seventy's Quorum and as uperintendent of the ward Sunday School. He is presently clerk of he Liberty Ward. Mrs. Holmes has been president f the Relief Society, a Sunday school teacher and has served in ther appointments. She is a re- ired school teacher. Parents of eight children, Mr. and VIrs. Holmes have sent two sons n missions and will serve in the ame mission field as their young- st son who returned just one year ?o. Mr. Holmes operates a farm in Liberty which he will lease out 'bile they are gone. Miss Dye H. Carlene Dye, daughter of and Mrs. Henry Carl Dye of will be honored at a missionary testimonial tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., in the Uintah Ward. Miss Dye has been called to i n t h e Northern California Mission. S h e entered t h e Mission Home last Sunday a n d will leave for California California Monday. She is a graduate graduate of Weber High School and Seminary Seminary and of Weber College and the Institute Institute of Religion. She recently was _,. a member of the BYU-Church History Tour which was made by through the eastern states. She has been a Sunday School teacher and librarian of the Uintah Ward, and has held teacher and director positions in the Mutual Association. She was employed at Hill Air Force Base. Speakers will include include Harry Peek, member of Weber Heights Stake high council, Bishop Alma M. Anderson, Uintah ward and Mrs. Dee Ward, Uintah. Ross Dredge ROY--Elder Ross Dredge, son Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dredge, will report the experiences of his mission mission at the Sacrament Service tomorrow tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the Lakeview Lakeview Ward. He spent 2% years serving in the Finnish Mission. Eight "Duty to God" .awards be handed out during the meeting, Bishop Charles F. Hull'reports, to Gary Runchel, Ivan Dean Anderson, Anderson, James Meldrum, Lewis Brown, Allen Knight, James Prout, Glen Ray Willie, and Howard Klein.