Paula Lindberg and Jack Paradise Wedding Announcement
If W The Statt I*k« TritaM, Bnfey, Jw» 7, 1M4 Mrs. Phillip J. Terrell Mr*. James A. Burns Mrs. Jack L. Paradise Mrs. Louifl S. Nordbnfl WEDDINGS Case-Terrell Grant LDS Ward was setting setting for the Friday marriage of Miss Christine Marie Case and Phillip James Terrell. Lyndon L. Dudley, LDS bishop, bishop, officiated. The newlyweds greeted guests at the church, after vows were spoken. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Case, 424 W. 6th South. Mr. and Mrs. ADVBRTIIEMI NT A Woman's Dreams A home surrounded by beautiful landscaping... a husband who has time to devote to his wife and family . . . freedom from financial care and worry ... a secure and wholesome wholesome family environment. environment. These are the dreams Young Amehca Family Townhouses were designed to help make come true. Won't you find out more today about this new family-oriented way of life? For information about The Three Fountains, Fountains, now under construction construction at Ninth East and 50th South just off the Cottonwood Diagonal, Diagonal, Phone 278-8226. Or visit Village Green at 42nd South and 40th West, phone CY 8-0363. YOUNG AMERICA i fAMllY TOWNHOUSES James D. Terrell Jr. are parents parents of the bridegroom. Attending the bride were Kiss Stephanie Case and Miss Pat DeLarro. Richard Vizina was best man. The newlyweds will reside in Salt Lake City. Austin-Burns Miss Marsha Lyrnie Austin became the bride of James Anthony Burns Thursday in a ceremony at The Carillon, Bountiful. Sharon T. Tanner, LDS bishop, officiated. The couple greeted guests afterwards, at a reception. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Eva A. Conlon, 553 Cleveland Cleveland Ave. Mr. Burns is the son of Mrs. Mamie Ney, 875 Emerson Ave. Mrs. Donald L. Corbridge was matron of honor with Mrs. Richard P. Hartman, Miss Mary Ann Linnell and Mrs. John R. Osborn as attendants. Lorrie Weeks was flower girl. William D. Burns was best \ amn. Prenuptial parties were given by Mrs. Richard P. Hartman and Miss Mary Ann Linell. Lindberg-Paradise Miss Paula Gay Lindberg became Mrs. Jack Leslie Paradise in Friday rites in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. A reception after at the Mountain Mountain View LDS Ward honored the newlyweds. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Lindberg, Lindberg, 1821 Wilson Ave. Parents Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. John T. Paradise, 1229 E. 3745 South. Mrs. Norman R. Robinson was matron of honor. Other attendants were Miss Karen Talbot, Miss Kristine Lindberg, Lindberg, Miss Lisa Lindberg and Miss Karen Lindberg. Best man was Robert B. Paradise. Ushering were Douglas Douglas K. Winn and Lamar J. Hansen. After a wedding trip to the Oregon coast the couple will live in Prove where the bridegroom bridegroom will continue his studies at Brigham Young University. He has fulfilled a LDS Southern Southern Brazil mission. The bride is a BYU graduate. Foust-Nordhoff Trading nuptial vows Friday In Salt Lake LDS Temple ceremonies ceremonies were Miss Zanette Foust and Louis S. Nordhoff. A wedding breakfast after at Harman Cafe was given for the pair by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nordhoff, 5158-lOth East. The bride, who has been residing residing at 254-3rd East, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore E. Foust, Missoula, Mont. The Fousts were hosts at a reception that evening at Memorial House, Memory Park. Attending the bride were Mrs. Tom Shaughnessy, Missoula, Missoula, matron of honor; Miss Marilyn Manning, maid of honor; Miss Zee Foust and Mrs. Bob Peart. Peter A. Nordhoff was best man for his brother. Ushering were Paul Nordhoff, Rainer Neumann, Dean Gillam and Ross Western. After a wedding trip to Yellowstone Yellowstone Park the couple will make a home in Salt Lake City. The bridegroom has attended attended the University of Utah, and has fulfilled a LDS Netherlands Netherlands mission. Schofield-McCauley Miss Sharren Schofield became became Mrs. Steve Von McCauley McCauley in Friday rites in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. Schofield, 18 Olympus St., Midvale. A reception reception thereafter honored the newlyweds. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCauley, McCauley, 3730 W. 3500 South, Granger. LDS Temple was setting for the Saturday marriage of Miss Patricia Deon Frame and Morris Claude Quarnberg. Rudger C. Atkin, temple presidency, presidency, officated. The couple was honored at a buffet, after vows were spoken, spoken, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernee C. Frame, Cedar City. That evening the newlyweds greeted guests at a reception at the Cedar West Stake House. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Quarnberg, Quarnberg, Scipio, are parents of the bridegroom. Mr?. Shelia Shrum was matron matron of honor with Mrs. Michael Michael M. Frame as attending matron and Miss Bobby Jo Weir, maid of honor. Sherry Lyn Thatcher and Gayle Thatcher were flower girls. Merrill Wilding was best man. Ushering were Eugene Yergensen, Chad Halverson, Michael M. Frame, Jerry M. Frame and Kirk Brent Foulger. Foulger. The bride was graduated from the College of Southern Utah and is a senior at Brigham Brigham Young University, wher* she is a member of Bronch- ettes, student executive council, council, Pi Rho Omega, Sigma Tau Sigma and Sigma Delta Omricon. Mr. Quarnberg was graduated graduated from CSU and is also a senior at BYU, where he is a member of student executive executive council and is president of Gamma Psi and is a member member of Oak Hall. After a honeymoon trip to Utah Parks, the newlyweds will reside in Prove. Peterson-Fletcher Salt Lake LDS Temple was setting for the marriage Friday Friday of Miss Peggy Peterson and Robert Lynn Fletcher. The ceremony was performed by LeGrand Richards, member member of the Council of Twelve Apostles.