Gaynol Peay Wedding June 10, 1963
MRS. JON SADLER (Gaynol Peay) Spring ville Rites Un lie Gaynol Peay, Jon Sadler SPR'MGVTLLE —' Miss G aynol Peay was married to Jon .Sadler June 7 in a.ceremony performed toy President Ernest A. Strong at the First-Twelfth Ward Chapel. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Mary Bird and close friends and .relatives were in attendance. attendance. Mrs. Sadler is a daughter of Mrs. June Peay and the late Clyde W. Peay. Mr. Sadler's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Reinhold Sadler of Eureka, Nevada. The bride was lovely in her floor-length gown of peau de soie with appliqued lace roses gracing gracing the lower skirt. Her short veil of illusion was caught with a white rose. The bridal bouquet was talisman roses. Apricot and Beige were the colors chosen for the occasion. Joan Jensen was matron of honor with Gail Sadler, Dian Ercanbrack, Ercanbrack, Millie Denton, and Sharlene Peay acting as bridesmaids. bridesmaids. They were gowned in taffeta taffeta afternoon dresses of apricot color and wore bronze colored mums. Karen and Kathy Moulton were flower girls. Best man was Douglas Kammerath. Kammerath. Ushers were Neil W. Peay and LaMar Hansen. The serving was done buffet style with Mrs. Otto Ivie, Janet Sue Hansen, Melony Crandall and AnneLee Watts assisting. Mrs. Burnis Watts, Mrs. R. L. Watts, Mrs. Leo Watts, and Jan and Diane Watts were in the gift room. Kathy Rowland and Judy Helm took charge of the guest book. Directing and greeting guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Watts. Greeting at the door were Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moulton, Mr. and Mrs. Platte Watts, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peay. A background of organ music throughout the evening was played by Donald Watts. Among the lovely pre-nuptial affairs honoring the bride-elect, was a trousseau tea given by the bride's mother and a shower given given by her sorority sisters of Alpha Omicron Pi. Following a short honeymoon, the young couple will be at home in Logan where Mrs. Sadler will continue her schooling. She is a junior, majoring in elementary education, at Utah State University. University. Mr. Sadler, a graduate of Utah State with a bachelor's degree in agricultural economics, is employed employed in Franklin Idaho.