Orem-Geneva Times from Orem, Utah on September 2, 1976 · 7
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Thursday, September 2, 1976
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September 2, 1976 Open House To Note LDS Temple Sealing Orem-Ceneva Times Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A.Bar nett will host an open house for their daughter, Kim Barrett Tinney, and her husband, Thomas Milton Tinney on Sent. 10, 197G, between the hours of 6:30 and 9:00 p.m. It will be held at their home, 757 N. 800 W. Orem. All friends and relatives are invited to attend to commemorate the ocassion of the recent temple sealing ofKim and Tom. MM. r" l! Orem .ton Homed System Designer Donald R. Cowan has been named systems designer for U.S. Steel's Geneva Works and Western Mines, it was announced today by S.G. Doxey, staff supervisor of regional systems. Mr. Cowan holds a BJ3. degree in industrial engineering from the University of Utah where he is presently completing requirements for an M.B.A, through their evening study program. Following graduation in 1965, he started his U.S. Steel career at Geneva Works as an industrial engineering management trainee. In 1966 he was promoted to a systems analyst, the position he held until his present appointment. ft i 'V "y . ! J- - THAT'S A LOT OF TURKEY! The Utah Crop and Livestock Reporting Service says growers in Utah expect to raise 3,463,000 turkeys in 197G, about the same as last year. A record 137.9 million turkeys are expected to be raised throughout the U.S. this year. J MR. AND MUS. THOMAS TINNEY MRS. VAN R. TUCKER (Patricia Rohrbach) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Van Tucker Marries Long Island Miss X X DIANE CATE AND GLADE LEO CARTER Diane Cate Names Date With Mr. Carter X X X X X x x x x x x x x x y ! i X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Accidents Cost Booklet Helps Smokers To Quit There are about 100 traffic accidents in Utah each day and they cost almost $100 million during 1975, according to State Public Safety Commissioner Raymond Jackson. Mr. Jackson said there were 25,980 accidents involving more than $200 damage each on the state's roads during the year. He stated traffic fatalities during 1975 were up froln the year before from 29 to 274, but were still well below the annual totals of the early 1970s. If you compare last year's deaths with the 383 killed in 1972 or the 361 killed in 1973, then it reflects a substantial decrease," he said, while speaking at the Utah Safety Conference. He said that enforcement of the 55 mph speed limit and the wider seat belt usage were two programs that would reduce our fatalities and serious injury rate by more than 50 percent in the future. &x& m& ma &m v& VVj Wi ZYV K" YjC" Glenmoor Village 90th South and 40th West Take 90th South Freeway Exit and Drive to 40th West Patricia Rohrbach became the bride of Van R. Tucker on August 21 in a ceremony performed in the LDS chapel in garden City, Long Island, New York. The young couple have been honeymooning at points of interest across the United States. They were honored at a reception at the home of the bride's parents in New York and are looking forward to greeting their friends and relatives at an open house here in Orem at the 12th Ward Chapel, 1400 S. 800 E. on Friday, Sept. 10 from 7:30 until 9:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rohrbach of New York are the parents of the bride. Mr. Tucker is the son of Thaola H. Tucker of Orem, and the late George T. Tucker. The bride attended New York University and has been teaching pre-school children in Frankfurt, Germany. Thegroom' attended OremHighSchool where he was involved in athletics. He has been active in the Boy Scout program and the LDS Church. He has just returned from serving xxx 1 X x with the army for two years in Frankfurt, Germany where he was also active in International Ski Patrol duty. The couple will make their home in Utah and the groom will attend the University of Utah. Hairdressers Elect Officers The Hairdressers of North Utah County, affiliate 1, hold their monthly meeting hosted by Larry Pierce, owners of the new "Larry's Harem in Provo. Stake officers, President Lynn Williams, Ray Bechstrand and Diane McNais were in attendance. Installations were conducted by Lynn Williams whoadmonish-ed everyone to get involved in both the local and state associations. Those elected and installed to offices the coming year are: President, Jan Brady of Pleasant Grove; 1st vice president, ErmaSorensen, AmericanFork; 2nd vice president, Kim Baner, Provo; secretary, Claudia Nar-anjo, Orem; treasurer, Helen Walker, Orem; styles director, Larry Pierce, Provo; historian, Rosa Lee Murphy, Provo; reporter, Sherma Haag, Orem. Past president ClaudiaNaran-jo was presented with a gift of appreciation. A very large crowd gathered to see Styles Director Larry Pierce introduce the new "Nova" hair cut. Several models were cut in the current trend of the "Wedge" and the new release of the "Nova. . Everyone was urged to attend the State Educational Show. Sept. 26-27 in Salt Lake. Ham Mr. and Mrs. Wayne H. Cate of Orem announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Diane, to Mr. Glade Leo Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Carter, also of Orem. They will be married on Sept. . 10 in rites performed at the MantiLD? T-mple; Miss Cate is a graduate of Orem High School and the LDS Seminary. She was a student officer in high school. She has attended BYU. Mr. Carter is also a graduate of Orem HigU and the seminary there and has attended Trade Tech. A reception will be held La their honor the evening of Sent. 10 from 7:30 until 9:30 at the Orem Third Ward. Branvold Commissioned Ronald D. Branvold was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army upon the completion of six weeks ROTC Advanced Training at Ft. Lewis, Wash. Lt. Branvold, whose, wife, Renette, lives at 320 SouthState, Orem, Utah, had received his classroom work at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. His recently completed training not only provided an opportunity to practice what he has learned on campus, but gave him field training in the skills required to serve as an Army officer. He is a 1967 graduate of Ricks College, Rexburg Idaho. The bride's sister, Vickie Lynne Steed, will serve as matron of honor. Lou Ann Tominson and Annette Brown will be bridesmaids. StanleyCarterwillserve his brother as best man. Ushers will be Jeffrey Cate, Lynn Ruffell and Lonnie Barber. Ann Burr, a friend of the bride, will preside over the guest book. Following their marriage, the new family will make their home in Pleasant Grove. Utah Symphony Emphasizes Bach As the old saying goes, Johann Sebastian Bach is the 'beginning and end of all music." This being the case, for his 30th anniversary season at the helm of the Utah Symphony, Maurice Ab-ravanel will open and close the orchestra's Tabernaclesub-scription series with significant works of the legendary German composer. , Utah's Maestro Abravaneltook the wraps of his program.,, choices for the 1976-77 Tabernacle subscription series this week. The symphony will open the new season on Wed., Oct. 6 with Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, and the monumental bach B Minor Mass will bring the season to a climactic close on April 16, 1977. The Leipzig master also will be represented on the October 30 program when Grant Johannesen, ( pianist, joins the orchestra to perform Bach's Piano Concerto in F Minor. One of the classical giants, Ludwig van Beethoven, likewise will be prominently programmed in 1976-77 as Abravanel and the orchestra perform his Third, Fifth, and Seventh Symphonies. The Third (Eroica) will close the orchestra's October 6 opening LOSE UGLY FAT More free prizes than ever Open 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. weekdays, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. weekends Brand new site - Best ever 14 great homes, including special Bicentennial home 100 exhibits in airconditioned Airdome Great ideas for remodeling and building LDS HOSPITAL NAMES CANCER CHAIR Dr. Charles R. Smart, LDS Hospital chief of surgery, has been elected chairman of the National Cancer Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results Program (SEER). SEER is a U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, National Cancer Institute program whose purpose is the magnitude of the cancer problem in the U.S. and to identify factors related to cancer risk and patient survival. Start losing weight today or money back. MONADEX is a tiny tablet and easy to take. MONADEX will aik eerzmneRfB m mm $1 (504 children) to 5 p.m. $1.50 (75C children) after 5 p.m. and weekends (including Labor Day) help curb your desire for excess food. 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Abravanel was in the forefront in rediscovering the long neglected works of Gustav Mahler, and the Utah Symphony, under his baton, was the first American orchestra to record all ten of his works. Many critics have credited Maurice Abravanel with starting a long overdue Mahler revival which is manifesting itself this season with Mahler festivals and cycles everywhere. l95 ScoM' w 95-128 SALE PRICE f 1 Jl 95-130 5000 sq.ft. Reg.iXs ft 95 Formula D tS-CbMiil RftUHy SptfcMJzrf Trtuettvir REG. $229.95 2 M 90 10,000 sq.ft. Reg. The SBE Formula 0 coven 23 channel! with a ungie cystal-conirolied masierCock OKiiiator with phase-toct -loop circuitry end digitii counter divideri. ach C6 channel It held right "on far gt " Audio coms through ttrong, clean and cnP nd Ihere it plenty o powef (or the buHt-m PA system Now fell 11 teJ is- o r 15,000 sq.ft. Reg.Jfc V Serving the HEART TRINIDAD II Reg. $214.95 Now 1 U l of Utah Valley k ROHBOCK'S J SONS FLORAL j Established 1929 . 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