Dinner Hosted by Ivie Daily Herald, March 222, 1960

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Daily Herald, March 222, 1960 - Around and About | j (R- UTAH COUNTY By ROSALIE...
Around and About | j (R- UTAH COUNTY By ROSALIE HALL WILDE FR 4-1447 Mr. and Mrs. Weldo Watts and family of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs Irving Nielsen of Lynndyl and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Knudsen and family of Provo were recent dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ivie in Springville. Mr. and Mrs. David Jones of Huntington Park, Calif., were overnight overnight guests at the home ofjheir aunt, Mrs. Estella Burch in Provo. The Jones' daughter, Pat, who has been a student at BYU, accompanied accompanied them back to California. _ Mrs. Rowena Hutchings of Los Angeles, Calif., recently spent a few days in Provo. She came here to bring the body of her grandmother grandmother for burial. While here Mrs. Hutchings was a houseguest of h'er sister, Mrs. W. L. Bethers. She 'also visited with her sister-in- law, Mrs. Forrest Ferguson, and with other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hancock and Mrs. Charlotte Clemens. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Harding have returned from San Francisco, Calif, where Mr. Harding has spent the past three months as a graduate accounting internist with the. Anderson Co. there. Mrs. Harding went to San Francisco Saturday by plane and returned with her husband. Mrs.' D. 0. Larson and her five children of Richfield visited over the weekend in Utah County. They also attended a family dinner dinner honoring her fattier, George F. Wells of Vineyard on the occasion occasion of his 70th birdhday. Others at the dinner were Mrs. George F Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland J. Wells and family" all of vineyard vineyard and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bailey and family of Provo. The dinner dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Wells in Holladay. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Sessions have received word of the birth of a son to their daughter and son-in-law, Don and Oharlene Sessions Jenson of Berkeley, Calif. The new arrival has a brother, Kenneth. Oscar W. Mann returned recently from a two-week trip from Anderson, Calif., where he was the houseguest of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs Ed Nicoll, and two daughters. She was formerly In a Mann. Mrs. Terry Smith and children, Leslie Ann and Julie, of Omaha, Neb. are spending two months in Utah with her husbands' parents,' parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Smith, Payson; and her own parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Johnson, Ephraim. During her stay in Utah Mr. Smith is in Chicago, 111., where he is enrolled in a special course of study concerning dial telephones for Western Electric. Mrs. Myrtle Whitelock of Payson has spent several days in Salt Lake City where she was called to be with her youngest son, Bob, 37, who underwent back surgery at LDS Hospital last Tuesday morning. Bob is; reported to be in an improved condition earfj/lfcis week. Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Peck, Payson, entertained a group of relatives Saturday evening on the occasion of Mr. Peck's birthday anniversary'. anniversary'. Guests included Mrs. Elda Overman of Anchorage, Alaska; Mr. andfMrs. Myron Davis, Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sorensen, Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Peck, Orem. Mr. and Mrs. Verdell Lunt of^San Bernardino, Calif., formerly of Payson, visited Thursday to Saturday with their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Lavell (Pat) Gasser, Payson; and Mr. and Mrs. Victor (Jerry) Thurgood, Spanish Fork. Stauffer Slenderizing Salon Announces their new location, 275 East Center. Effective Monday, Mart* 21st. FR 3-7211—(adv.). "Let's fly," says Merrill Christopherson. "It's safer, and cheaper!" cheaper!" Las Vegas 2 hours, Idaho Falls 1%, El Paso 4%. Provo Flying Service. FR 3-1508.—(adv.). j I

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