E. at 2 o rovo Friends Invited to Open House Included In hridnl plans of Bar- >ara Clapham and Bill S. Henrie s an open house which will he icld at the home of the bridegroom's bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Leona J. Henrie. 430 S. 4th W. All friends and relatives of the young couple are invited to attend Sunday from Club Notes TIMPANOGOS GARDEN CLUB A rose tour to Salt Lake City will be conducted for the club on Saturday. All members are asked to meet at the Salt Lake Municipal Rose Garden 1050 East South Temple Street at 2:30 p.m. Anyone desiring transportation should cal' Mrs. A. J. Harmon or Mrs. Alex Hedquisl. ? to 6 p. m. Their marriage is to be solem« nized in a Salt Lake LDS Temple •eremony Friday with President George S. Richards officiating. They will be accompanied by both heir parents and other relatives ind friends. Memorial House in Memory Grove, Salt Lake City will be th« scene of a reception that evening. The bride will be attended by Mrs. Bill Spetsas, Betty Jane Johnson, Maxine Holt and Mrs. William McDonald. McDonald. Grant Webster will be best man, and the ushers will be Bill Spetsas, Ken Swahles, and Bob Divett. Flower girls are to be Kay Lee Simpson and Lynda Simpson. The bride was a graduate of BYU and while in school, was a member of Lambda Delta Sigma. She has been employed in Salt Lake City. Mr. Henrie, a member of Delta Phi fraternity, has filled a Northern Northern California LDS mission and li a teacher in Moreland, Ida. schools They plan to spend the summef In Salt Lake City and willbe at home in Moreland after August 15.