Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on September 14, 1975 · Page 20
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 20

Pocatello, Idaho
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Sunday, September 14, 1975
Page 20
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PAGE 4 SECTION C -IDAHO STATE JOURNAL pQCATELLO. IDAHO, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1 Jta J 3 " Glenda Lee Buffi Marries John Rutger STERLING-The chapel of the United Methodist Church in Aberdeen was decorated with baskets of orange gladioli and large white spider mums for the Aug. 29 wedding of Glenda Lee Buffi and John C. Rutger. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Buffi, Sterling, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Rutger, all of Sterling. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's wedding gown. The attendants wore floor-length sheer gowns with long sleeves and lace trim in yellow and white with ruffled-brimmed hats. Geri Lynel Buffi served as mnid of homor for her sister- Bridesmaid was Robin Pierpoint, Anaheim, Claif., cousin of the bride, and flower girl was Misti Feld, another cousin. Traig Howells, Manhattan, Mont., cousin of the bride, and Kevin Beach, Blackfoot, nephew of the bridegroom, were the groomsmen. Todd and Johnny Ruff, Boseman, Mont., . cousins of the bride, were 1 ushers, and Adam Ralphs, Boise, nephew of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Candles were lighted by Kolen Buffi, brother of the bride, and Tracesor. Howells, cousin of the bride. Rev. Grace M. Weaver performed the wedding, and Bishop Ralph Kendell, American Falls, uncle of the bridegroom, gave the open prayer. Vocal music was by Don Adams and Judy Maisch, soloists, Edith Prestidge and Marge Westfall, duo, with Gayle Ralphs as accompanist. De'loris Simonson, Ritzville, Wash., played the traditional wedding music. Bishop Rowayne Andersen gave the closing prayer. Thj bride's color scheme of yellow, orange and white was carried out at the reception following (ho ceremony. Shirley Barlow made special corsages for the reception assistants. Special guests were the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis, Aberdeen; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buffi, Pocatello. The newlyweds missed the presence of the bride's great-grandmother, Lillian Davis, an American Falls Rest Home Resident who Following a wedding trip the *^ e a h TM rplphratpd her 93rd birthday through Yellowstone Park, «ie sterling dr.a wnere celebrated her SMra o.rma j ^^ ^ ^ .^ ^^ bndegroom ls farrmng . Janet Harvey, Leslie Ball Wed in l.F. Temple Rites Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Albert LDS Stake House. Ball were complimented at a The couple was married Aug. wedding reception in a yellow. 21 in a morning wedding per- green and orange color scheme formed by Leigh Fullmer at the held on the patio of the Alameda LDS Temple in Idaho Falls. Mrs. Glenn Hunter (Kathleen Fries) Mrs. John C. Rutger (Glenda Lee Buffi) Provo Temple Rites Join Miss Fries, Glenn Hunter Making their home in Fresno, Calif., are newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hunter, who were united in marriage Aug. 8 at the LDS Temple in Provo, Utah. The bride is the former Kathleen Fries, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Stone Pocatello, and the late Mr. Don R. Fries. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.A. Royal Hunter, Orern, Utah. Immediately following the Temple ceremony, a brunch for the wedding party was hosted by the bridegroom's sisters, Beverly, Eiline and Linda. That evening a garden reception was given for the newlyweds at the Hunter home, and the following evening an open house was held here at the Twenty-second LDS Ward cultural hall. Both post-nuptial events used a color scheme of purple, white and lavender. Daisies and carnations were featured flowers. Tanya Fries served as maid of honor for her sister, and bridesmaids were Rosemary Fries, Darla Fries, sisters-in- law, Claudia Sakota, cousin of the bride; and Beverley Llewelyn, sister of the bridegroom. Jim Young acted as best man, and Calvin Fries was groomsman for the bridegroom. Both the bride and bridegroom served missions for the LDS Church, the bride in California North and the bridegroom in Washington. Hunter is working now in Fresno on a carpenter's apprenticeship. Three pre-nuptial parties were given for the bride. A personal shower was hosted by her mother and sisters. Betty Hargraves entertained at a kitchen shower. In Provo a general party was arranged by former missionary companions. Social Calendar SUNDAY Social Order of Beauceant, Pocatello Assembly 120, Sunday, 1 p.m., Blue Room, Masonic Temple. Stake Special Interest, Sunday, 7 p.m., visit to Russia with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nielsen and music by Julie Judd, Relief Society Room of East Pocatello Siake chapel. Seventh and Center. MONDAY AARP community service work meeting, Monday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., AARP Center, Bannock County Historical Museum. This group makes articles for hospitals, nursing homes, children's homes plus rolling bandages for medical auxiliary and performing other services. Old sheets, nylons and all types of materials are needed. TUESDAY Bannock County Historical Society, Tuesday, 8 p.m.. Historical Museum Building. Al Anon. Tuesday, 8 p.m., downstairs, 324 E. Center. If you have an alcoholic problem in your family, call 233-W8. (Continued on C-8) T O P P I N G O F YESTERYEAR-When Kathleen Fries was married to Glenn Hunter, the cake for their reception was topped with the ornament used by the bride's great-grandmother in 1889 and by the bride's mother in 1948. The small ornament between the cake layers was on her grandmother's cake in 1917. I Engagements Schell-Hayes AMERICAN FALLS--Nov. 22 is the date chosen by Gayleene Schell and Robert A. Hayes for their wedding. Announcement of the engagement and winter wedding plans is being made by Mrs. Velma Scheil, mother of the bride-elect. The future bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hayes. Miss Schell, a 1970 graduate of American Falls High School, attended the Idaho State University School of Vocational-Technical Education. She has worked at Hillcrest-Haven Nursing Home and is employed now at Lamb-Weston. Hayes, a 1971 graduate of American Falls High School, attended the University of Wyoming in Laramie. He now is majoring in sociology at Montana State University in Bozeman. Doman-Melton MONTPELIER--Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Doman are announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sharon, to Gary Melton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Poulsen. Miss Doman is a 1974 graduate of Bear Lake High School and is employed by Safeway in Montpelier. Melton is a 1975 graduate of Bear Lake High School and is serving in the U.S. Navy. An October wedding is being planned. Dunford-Roghaar MONTPELIER--The engagement and winter wedding plans of Teresa Dunford and Bradley N. Roghaar are being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dunford, Georgetown. The future bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roghaar, Montpelier. The wedding will be solemnized Dec. 12 a! the LDS Temple in Idaho Falls. The bride-elect is a 1974 graduate of Bear Lake High School and is employed at the State Farm Bureau Insurance office in Montpelier. The future bridegroom, a 1971 graduate of Bear Lake High School, has attended Idaho State University and Weber State College. He has served a two-year mission for the LDS Church in Alabama and Florida. After the wedding, the couple will reside in Provo, Utah, where .he will continue his education. Pocatello Senior Citizens Center, 1356 N. Main, Monday noon luncheon. For transportation. Call 232-Oill (Tello Bus). TOPS Idaho Chapter 53, Monday, 1 p.m., Chubbuck Fire Station. New members are welcome. Call Helen Johnson at 237-2650 or Sherry Hook at 237 3457. TOPS Idaho Chapter 9, Monday. 6:30 fo 7:30 p.m., weigh-in Bannock Memorial Hospital. These desiring to ioir. should contact Rosalie Hottel 237-332J. TOPS Idaho Chapter 22, .Monday, 7 p.m. St. Anthony Hospital- Anyone desiring to ioin should contact Ida Hathaway 2373514. _ Social Order of Beauceant, Pocatello Assembly 120, Monday, 6-30 prn., dinner for members and Sir Knights, 8 p.m., regular meeting. Blue Room, Masonic Temple. Bannock County Chapter, American War Mothers, Monday, 12:30, ice cream and cake will be served, Memorial Building. Bring dues. fagles Auxiliary officers, Monday, 8 p.m., meeting followed by ritual and drill team practice, Eagles hail. P E G Sisterhood, R W, Bennett, Sage Drive, with Mrs D. H. Kidd and Mrs. W E . B"J as co-hostesses The program will be given by Mrs. A.S. Murry. Chapter BA, PEO, Monday, 8 p m., home of Mrs. Bob Rowland with Mrs. M. T. Sargent as co- hostess. The prognm is In charge of Mrs. Nicholas Ifft III. BRA SALE! · A smooth lace plunge bra style 6801. Cups are 100% nylon, Elastic nylon Lycra .«. spandex, sizes 32B-38C. «For the soft look feel of 100% nylon, style 6805 cross over is just right. Sizes 32B- 38C. CJ) »0ouble knits look perfect under 0 -^ today's clothes. This 100% nylon bra comes in white, 32A- 38C. #6806. ·Style 6809 features the seamless look in cups of 100% polyester with elastic of nylon Lycra spandex. Sizes 32A-38C reg. 2.59 ea. YOUR CHOICE FOR USE YOUR SANKCARD Prices effective Sun. thru Wed. Available at all Grand Central Stores STORE HOURS: Q,00..«..IOlJCp,»l. HB914 FRmiLV SWINGS STORE Mrs. Leslie Albert Ball (Janet Harvey) The bride, who chose her mother's wedding gown for Uie nuptial events, is the Jormer Harvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marian D. Harvey, 1413 Monte Vista. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fred Ball, 526 Randolph. Attending the bride in the roles of bridesmaids were her sister, Kathryn Barnard; the bridegroom's two sisters, Marsha Bali and Lynn Armstrong; Karen Helmandollar and Janet Riley. David Jorgensen performed the best man duties for the bridegroom. Ushers were Dave Powell, Grant Dahlstrom and Bruce Armstrong, brother-in- law of the bridegroom. The newlyweds took a wedding trip to Sun Valley and are residing in Pocatello. The bride is employed as a dental assistant for Porter Sutton, D.M.D. The bridegroom, who works for Bannock Paving, is returning to college this fall to major in law. Out-of-town guests at the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Armstrong, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mrs. Kathryn Barnard, Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. Zula Nielson, Richfield, Utah, grandmother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nielson and family, Mrs. Noreen Astin, Provo, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nielson and family, Burley. A pre-nuptial shower for the bride was given by Nancy Hill and Janet Riley. 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