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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peterson (Kaye Harding) Harding-Peterson Reception Follows Payson Wedding PAYSCN — Lovely in an exquisite exquisite gown of white embroidered tulle with Venise appliques, Kay Harding Thursday evening, April 18, became the bride of Richard L. Peterson. Nuptials were performed in the Park-Second LDS ward Relief Society Society room by Bishop Leland Montague Montague in the presence of ultimate friends and family members. Immediately Immediately following the marriage ceremony a reception paid honor to the couple. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Carol G. Harding and the late Frank E. Harding. Mr. Peterson Peterson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jarvis of Santaquin. The bridal pair stood under a trellis marked with a shower of orchid stock and ribbons combined combined with green leaves. Floral arrangements in the rooms included bouquets of yellow yellow and salmon colored snapdragons; snapdragons; blue and yellow Dutch iris; Easter lilies and lavender hydrangeas. hydrangeas. The bride's dress, a Bridal Original, Original, was fashioned with short sleeves, scoop neckline and full- length bouffant skirt. Her match- Ing veil of illusion fell in graceful graceful folds from a small, pillbox.hat embroidered with sequins and seed pearls. She wore a single strand of simulated pearls and carried a large lavender orchid surrounded with Talisman roses and yellow feathered carnations. Jilean Harding, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore a lovely lavender dress. Also attending the bride were Helen Oakley, Nedra Hanks, Danna Hansen, Hansen, Shirlene Taylor and Jean Cowan. They were gowned in like dresses of yellow and carried white Easter baskets containing blue and yellow Dutch iris, yellow carnations and ornamental butterflies. butterflies. Jay Peterson served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Wayne LeBaron and Mark Williams. Williams. The bride's mother wore an attractive attractive green frock, and the bridegroom's mother chose navy and white. Each added a corsage of Cymbidium orchids. Also receiving guests were Richard Richard Harding, brother of the bride; and Laban Harding, the bride's grandfather. Welcoming guests at the foyer door were Mr. and Mrs. V. Frank Jorgensen of Salt Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Peterson of Santaquin. Kathleen Williams and Beverly Peery were at the bridal register. Music during the receiving was by Mrs. Lois G. Cowan and Eugene Eugene Braithwaite. G. O. Dunford was master of ceremonies .to a program which included .vocal duets b y Mrs. James Dixori and Mrs. Bob .Bur- drick; reading, Mrs. Clarence Hill; trombone solo, Richard Harding; toast to the bride, Jilean Harding; advice to the bride- SALE MVI AM UACC Ladies'. All first quality, rc I mn nu jc New shades- SALE . New shades- SALE ..... .pah- GIRLS DRESSES Close-outs of values to S3.00. SALE .... 1.38 One group of va to $2.00. SALE 88c PEDAL PUSHERS 2L0a t AS LE Sizes . 12 . to . 1.99 POLO SHIRTS SI; sALE Stock an 79c & 98c CORDUROY JACKETS r^/S 4 ^ 3.00 DAklTC Boys'. One group of values to $4.00. SALE 1.99 FLETCHER'S 368 WEST CENTER PROVO, UTAH Joann Goodwin, . Bernard Engel Marry In LA. . LAKE SHORE—Mr. and .Mrs. George AtWood and Mr 1 , ahd Mrs. Daven Engel drove to Los Angeles! Angeles! to attend the 'Wedding of their foster 1 son and 'brother, Bernard Bernard Engel, and Joann Goodwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goodwin. , The couple Was married in the Los Angeles LDS Temple. The young "couple was accompanied by both sets of parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Daven Engel, and Joantt's grandparents of St. George. A reception honoring the young couple Was given by the bride's parents in the Manchester LDS Ward Hall. The bride wore a beautiful lace and satin gown and carried a bouquet of vanda orchids and carnations. Mrs. Daven Engel was __ matron-of- honor. She and the four brides maids wore blue chiffon ballerina-length ballerina-length dresses and carried matching nosegays. Davin was best man lor his brother. The two mothers wore identical nink lace dresses. v * * * Sophomores Set Confetti Ball PAYSON —The Sophomore Confetti Ball will be held at Payson High School gym Friday Friday at 8:30 p. m. Decorations will feature a Calypso theme. Sports-wear will be worn by those attending. Judy Bachman is chairman of the event, with Lynne Harmer as cpchair'man. There will be an admission charge. * * * Mrs. Tregeagle Chosen President Of P. G. Teachers PLEASANT GROVE—Mrs. Delbert Delbert Tregeagle was elected president president of the Pleasant Grove High School and Junior High School women's faculty Tuesday afternoon afternoon at a Pleasant Grove cafe. Chosen to assist her next year were Mrs. Earl Giles, vice president; president; and Mrs. Clyde Christensen, Christensen, secretary. Elections were under the direction of President Vera Conder. The group was served' a delicious delicious dinner. Program numbers included a reading by Mary Jean Waddell and a song by a trio Carol Gay Rees, Jt>Ann Haycock and Carol Pulley accompanied by Beverly Farr. Estelle Fenton was chairman of the party. She was assisted by the officers, Miss Conder Mrs. Don Crump, Mrs. Leslie Rees and Mrs. A. J. Rogers. Mrs Lyean Johnson was in charge of lovely spring decorations. groom, Mr. Dunford; vocal duets Bo'' and Vernon Finch. Guests were served in the amusement hall on tables center ed with rose bowls containing daf ,fodils and violets arranged on round mirrors. The wedding cak was displayed on a pastel green tablecover decorated with ar rangements of daffodils and Dutch iris and highlighted with pale yellow tapers in double can delabra. In charge of the gift display and serving were Mr. and Mrs Karl D. Greenhalgh, assisted by Maurine Hiatt and Jean Hancock Debra Jarvis, Jolene Jarvis, Bon Trie Jarvis, Sherrie Jarvis, Linda Peterson, Diane Greenhalgfa and Lucdle Jorgensen were flower girls and carried gifts. They were dressed in fluffy yellow dresses. Serving was by members of the Bee Hive class, Plyson Second ward, which the bride has taugh for the past two years. The couple enjoyed a short honeymoon in Las Vegas and Nevada Nevada and plan to make their hom« in Payson for the present. * * * SOUTHERNMOST TO11VN World's southernmost town ic Usfauaia, the capital of the Ar gentine part of Tierra del Fuego an island at the southern tip o South America.