The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on September 6, 1970 · Page 24
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 24

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, September 6, 1970
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4C Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, September 6, 1970 dLUB MEETINGS TEMPLE VOWS TRADED 2 Couples Wed In Impressive Rites Bus/ness Women Cutler-Bate The Christian Business and Professional Women will meet Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the - CORINNE--Announcement of the marriage of Miss Betty Cutler to Bill Bate is made today Camelot Steak House, Washington. VFW Auxiliary The Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Post Home, 2165 Madison. Miriam Chapter Miriam Chapter No. 14, OES will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Melba 27351 by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Vernon H. Cutler of Corinne. The young couple recited wedding promises Friday in solemn ceremonies performed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, with President Alvin R. Dyer officiat- That evening, they were hon- i ored at a garden reception at | the home of the bride's parents, I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cutler of Corinne. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. LaVerrel W. Bate of 849 E. 4600 S.,. South Ogden. CHIFFON MODEL | A full length gown of white (chiffon and satin was worn by the bride. It was styled with Members 'of the University i lace trimmed empire bodice, Thornhill is evening. chairman for the {University Club Club Will meet Wednesday at 6:30 p.m, at the Mansion House for a dinner meeting. For reser vations, call Mrs. Minnie Nebeker, 392-5917. \China Painters stand-up collar and long full sleeves with deep cuffs and covered buttons. Her veil of bridal illusion was caught to a headband of matching lace and tiny bows. | She held a bouquet of white ! carnations and y e l l o w baby | Lakeview Chapter of World roses centered with a purple [China Painters will meet Fri-iorchid. MRS. GARY L. IVERSON MRS. KEITH D. HOLJESON Bolt Lake Temple Provides Setting tor Two Weddings day at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. James Underwood, 2710 Brinker, to continue workshop painting of bisque with matte colors. LaMar Hart of Bountiful is the instructor. Slimmin' Women Slimmin' Women Chapter of TOPS will meet Wednesday at 1 p.m. at 657 22nd. Barbara Bertoch, TOPS International queen, j will be the guest speaker. Any- 1 one interested in joining, may call Mrs. Ira Porter, 782-9558. BRIDAL ATTENDANTS Attending the bride were Mrs. Russell Ashment as matron of honor, Miss Denise Bate and Miss Jolene Ashment. Their gowns were fashioned with yellow crepe blouse with long full sleeves and stand-up collar, and full length purple wool hostess skirts. They held baskets of yellow daisies. Kent Goodliffe performed best man duties, MRS. GARY SWIFT atives at a reception in the Sun- lusion was caught to a rosebud ,lar. Burke-lverson I She held a spring bouquet of , white agapantha, lilies of the ceremonies solem- . _ _ ,, . _ . *_*_,, j j.._ iU »- In weddint ucicuiuuica ovi^m- ,, *. , * _. A u«- nized Thursday in the Salt Lakei^y, cornflower and heather LDS Temple, Miss Kathleen! Miss Barbara Burke was maid carne Peterson-Holjeson The couple will reside in Og-jset LDS Stake Center, and on|and pearl trimmed headpiece.) Other attendants, Mrs. Don -,.._ , _ ,, _ ... j.,.-__ x_._ ,. Saturday morning, parents of i She held a cascade of Talisman | Crook, Mrs. Barry Peterson den, following a wedding trip to Burke became the bride of Gary! of honor, with Miss Carolyn Lynn Iverson. Elder Elray L.i Burke, Mrs. Brian Burke, Miss Christiansen officiated. Parents of the bride are Dr. Ann Iverson, Miss Joan Iverson, Mrs. John Ben Iverson and Mrs.' Caseel D. Burke of and Mrs. Dick Eliason attend- 4124 Edgehill Drive. The bride- ing. groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss LeAnne Peterson be- the bride of Keith D. Holjeson in ceremonies performed Wednesday in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. A reception followed at the White House. : The bride is a daughter of I They wore blue empire waist- Mr.- and Mrs. Donald A. Daltonj Lynn J. Iverson "of Tremonton. ed gowns of silk organza over! Q f 552 7th. Mr. Holjeson is a RECEPTION HELD j taffeta, styled with long s eer j son O f ]^ r an( j M rs DeLance' * B TM*^ i cippvpc finn "niiF'OlG nDDOn on For her wedding and the re-' tne bodice, and held bouquets,' 1 - Holjeson of 676 29th. ception which followed at the \^ e that of the brids. j The new Mrs. Holjeson was! White House, the bride wore a M nnncc attired in a full length gown full length A-line gown of or-' BEST MAN D U I I f c : s ( ;y ied with an empire lace bo- ganza over delustered satin, | John Ben Iverson was best dice and gathered skirt of or- fashioned with a high ruffled;man, with Dave Cramer, Brian 'ganza. Her sheer sleeves were neckline and appliques of lace, i Burke, Dick Scothern and Boyd gathered to lace cuffs. I Ths long sheer sleeves and!Holland ushering. rwAPFi VPJL I cuffs were adorned with lace.j Following a wedding trip to un«rei. VCIL. Her train of organza trimmed!San Francisco, the newlyweds Her chapel length veil of; with appliques and edged with will make their home in Logan'bridal illusion trimmed with! JEFFREY KAY P.ILEY lace fell chapel length from the where they will continue their lace was caught to a Juliet cap j San Francisco. Hall-Swift the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. roses and ivy. Raymond Swift, 1010 Adams, Ogden, were hosts at a wedding I Miss Betty Jo Maughan, wore Mrs. Garry Hall as matron j yellow gowns styled after that of honor, wore a street length L f SUNSET-The Salt Lake LDS! IT e m p 1 e provided the setting | Thursday for marriage ceremonies uniting the former Miss LaNaun Hall and Gary Swift. Making the nuptial announcement are parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ewing of 1751 N. 350 W , Sunset. On Friday evening, the young couple received friends and rel- ; breakfast at the Ramada Inn. princess gown with stand-up col-1 matron of honor _ TAL|SMAN ROS£S Each carried a long stemmed Talisman rose and ivy garlands. 34 j Leon Crezee performed duties WORE NYLON GOWN For her Carriage and reception, the bride wore a full length white satin gown overlaid with nylon. The A-line gown was styled , , with long sleeves, high waistline! 2334 Monroe. All members a r e ushers. and lace trimmed train attached asked to be present, and. women The couple will reside in having sons in the service are':gan, following a wedding trip - ·· · 'to Southern Utah. Navy Mothers Navy Mothers Club No. will hold its regular meeting!of best man, with Dave Boothe Friday at Fellowship Manor, and Garry Hall s e r v i n waist. schooling. of matching lace. -- She held a bouquet of gar-i Idenias and stephanotis. Mrs. Brent Peterson, matron A A ' i _ of honor, was attired-in an em-j/VI/So / O I p ; re gown of orchid voile with j clusters of flocked pink flowers,· P^/-^rr\r\QI' 1~7 !fashioned with a gathered skirt L x C L C / / / * J t ? l i / I and puffed sleeves. i She held an orchid and pink' NORTH OGDEN - Mr. and carnations. Mrs. Hugh'E. Riley Jr., 474 E.| BRIDAL ATTENDANTS 2900 N., North Ogden, announce Attening matrons Mrs. Van j the engagement of their daugh- Carpenter and Mrs. Mike Salvo ter Jeffrey Kay, to Mark Hall and bridesmaids the Misses i Julie Jensen, Sheryl Strong and Janet Anderson were attired like the matron of honor. They held three pink carnations. Best man formed by I with Brent Peterson, Bruce Cox duties were per- Charles Johnson, McClelland, son of Mrs. W. E. McClelland of Clavert City, Ky., formerly of Ogden, and the late Mr. McClelland. Vows will be solemnized Dec. 17th in the First Methodist Church. and Jeffrey Dalton as ushers. : , . , , , . j j. j After a wedding trip to the 1 The bride elect was graduated Southern Utah Parks, the couple!from Weber High School where j will live in Ogden. | s he was a member of the Pep j ! Club, FTA and FHA, and served j | as secretary and vice president 'of the German club. She has been active in Job's | , Daughters and is presently serv- ! (ing on the Guardian Council of Announcement is made of | Bethel No. 2 FORMER AREA WOMAN WEDS the marriage on Aug. 7th of the former Mrs. Martha Robeson Wright, formerly of MRS. OLE BLICHER DAM Former Ogofen Maiden Bride of Denmark Man Miss Betsy Schmidt, formerly on the A-line skirt, and bordered, of Ogden, daughter of Mr. and]*e shoulder length veil of bridal, n»- rw.lj^.% e,,v,~;,u T, illusion caught to a face fram-. Fla., to Charles Parsons Plumb, also of Ft. Myers. T h e couple exchanged vows in the presence of immediate family members, and after a trip to St. Augustine Beach, Silver Springs and Clearwater, Fla., the couple is at home at 1925 Virginia Ave., Ft, Myers. Mr. Plumb was creator of the "cartoon Ella Cinders, for 30. years, and 'is the author" of short stories of adventure. YEARBOOK STAFF While at Weber-State, she has been a member of. the Chat- Ogden now of Ft. Myers, onelles has serve d on the year- FT, tn TM«.I M Pn«^» , book s | aff ^ ag an officer in !the German club. She is pres- 'ently teaching at Plain City School as a student intern. Mr. McClelland was graduated from C e n t r a l Dauphin High S c h o o l in Harrisburg, Pa., where he lettered in football and was a member of the Letterman's Club. He is attending Weber State College where he is a member cf Phoenix Fraternity, haying served as an officer, and is a member of the Interfraternal Council. Mrs. Theodore G. Schmidt Jr., former Ogdenites, now of Barrington, 111., became the bride j ing headpiece of lace. Sandefur Schmidt attended her sister as maid of honor, of Ole Blicher Dam, Saturday! wearing a yellow voile dress evening. with short puffed sleeves and The ceremony was solemnized j full skirt and featuring a set-in at the home of the bride's j cummerbund b e a d e d with grandmother, Mrs. Wallace H.'pearls. Pearls also bordered the Ellis, 1492 Marilyn Drive. hemline. The bridegroom is a son of. Serving as best man was Theo- Mr. and Mrs. Vagn B. Dam of dore G. Schmidt III. Copenhagen, Denmark. ; The couple will reside in Pasa- Immediately following t h e dena, Calif, ceremony, performed by Bishop Darrell T. Schvaneveldt of Salt ... / c , . , laxe City, the couple received Wig rOISlQS guests at a reception. . i The attractive bride was Now you see curls, now you gowned in an exquisite model don't. Carousel wigs is making of sheer organza with the em- these "falsies" for the head in pire bodice, neckline, and cuffs ( synthetic stretch that can look' of the long puffed sleeves apph-j sither smooth and close to the I qued with delicate daisy lace, iface or else teased and flipped! The same lace was repeated!out 5of curls. WE RENT Pianos Guitars Cornets Trombones Violins Flutes Clarinets $500 ^^ per month · PANTONE MUSIC CO. 2917 Wash. Blvd. Her shoulder length veil of il- Nothing W newer greater! a joy to buy.- a joy to wear OpenMondays Fridays until P, Stripely tunic, 3-15, Safari shirt, 5-15, Straight-line pants, 3-15, Twill vest, 3-15, Huffier shirt, 5-15, Pleater skirt, 3-13,

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