Frank L R Hare
MRS. ROBERT S. HARE Cheryl Jeanne Kuzmick, Robert Scott Hare Wed LAYTON -- Our S a v i o r's j Following Lutheran Church in Roy was|L as Vegas, the scene Saturday for the^ ^ wedding ceremony uniting in | ^ ciovis marriage the former Miss ' Cheryl Jeanne Kuzmick and Robert Scott Hare. Announcing the marriage arej the parents of the bride, Mr. i and Mrs. Walter J. Kuzmick of 2052 W. Clyde. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. R. Hare of 253 Gordon. The Rev. Dale B. Johnson performed the double ring ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Hill Air Force Base NCO Club. SATIN GOWN The bride wore a gown of white satin styled with high | neckline, empire waist and long full sleeves ending in pointed cuffs. Alencon lace appliques and tiny pearls trimmed the gown, which tapered into a train. Miss Pamela A. Kuzmick, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a pink satin gown styled with sweetheart neckline, long full sleeves, full skirt and empire waist accented with cranberry velvet ribbon. Miss Susan D. Holt and Miss Lynn K e n n i n g t o n were bridesmaids. They wore gowns styled like that of the maid of honor in cranberry satin trimmed with pink velvet ribbon. ribbon. BEST MAN Richard A. Strong was best man, with David Hare and Sherm Macfarlane, ushers. a w ! ! Â· ,, + Â· t Â·eddmg trip i*,- Nev., and Califor- will reside OPiN TODAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M.