The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on June 22, 1978 · 28
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · 28

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Page 28-THE HERALD, Provo. Utah. Thursday, June 22. 1978 Mil Marilynn Rogers To Say Vows With Paul T. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. A.J. "Rusty" Rogers announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Marilynn to Paul Thacker Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen M. Gardner, all of Lehi. The couple will be married Saturday in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. That same evening from 7 to 9 p.m., a garden reception will honor the the couple at the home of the bridegroom's parents, 314 W. 900 N. Lehi. Miss Rogers graudated from Skyline High School and LDS Seminary. She attended Weber State College where she wa active in service clubs. She is presently program director for junior achievement in Salt Lake City. Mr. Gardner graduated from Lehi High School and LDS Seminary, and fulfilled an LDS mission to Washington State. He is presently attending the University of Utah and is also employed for the State of Utah as a correctional officer. The couple will make their first home in Salt Lake. Sp. Fork Legion Auxiliary Installs SPANISH FORK -Lucinda Barney became president of the Spanish Fork American Legion auxiliary in installation ceremonies conducted by Norma Reynolds, District 4 president. Other officers installed were, Elaine Teasdale, first vice president ; May Pearson, second vice president ; Cora Shepherd, secretary ; Betty Chappie, historian ; Leah Walker, treasurer ; Melba King, chaplain ; Teressa Johnson and Betty Hone both serving as sergeant-at-arms. LUCINDA BARNEY TWINS, DeANNE AND DIANNE STARTUP, left to right, former BYU students, will marry bridegrooms who are cousins, in a double wedding to take place July 14 in the Los Angeles LDS Temple. Twins Set Double Wedding To Bridegrooms - Cousins DeAnne Mary Startup and Dianne Mary Startup, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert H. Startup, Monrovia and San Gabriel, Calif., will many bridegrooms who are first cousins of each other, in a ceremony to be performed July 14 in the Los Angeles LDS Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Startup are former residents of Provo and are now employed as caterers in California. DeAnne Startup will marry Kenneth Neff Brady, son of Mr. and Mrs. "K" Madsen Brady, Sandy. Parents of Mr. Brady will honor the couple at a garden reception July 20 from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at their home, 8395 S. 1000 E., Sandy. Glen Olsen Event Set Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. Glen Olsen, Provo, will be honored at an open house Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Ninth - 19th Ward Cultural Hall in Provo. They were married June 27, 1928. John Glendon Olsen was born May 18, 1907 in Provo, the son of John Taylor and Zina Johnson Olsen, the first of seven children. " Ellen Bendall Olsen was born Oct. 22, 1906 in Varteg, Monmouthshire South Wales. England, the daughter of William John and Sarah Ann Biggs Bendall. A previous story had a typographical mixup in their birthplace. Dianne Startup will become the bride of Stanley George Stringfel-low, son of Mr. and Mrs. Landon "Tuck" Stringf el-low, Holladay, who will honor the couple July 18 from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at a garden reception at their Holladav home, 1701 E. 4620 S Salt Lake City. The two sets of newlyweds will be honored the evening of their wedding on July 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. at a reception in the garden at the home of the brides in California. A dinner party for 40 family members was also hosted by the Startups in an earlier event. Announcement parties were also made at the bridegroom's homes for family members and friends. DeAnne Startup DeAnne Startup was cheerleader with her twin sister at Chino High School in California and graduated from Arcadia High School. She attended Brigham Young University where she majored in fashion merchandising. With her twin sister she was a back-up singer last summer for the Johnny Whitaker Show and also sang in such show groups at BYU as "Sunshine Express." She is currently a bridal consultant at Startup's Bride and Groom World in California. Mr. Brady graduated from Jordan High School and now attends the University of Utah with a major in business administration. He filled an LDS mission to New Y'ork City and is currently employed as a salesman for a stereo company. Dianne Startup Dianne Startup at tended Chino High School, graduating from' Arcadia High and has been attending BYU, where she majored in interior design. With her sister she was a singing duo with Galaxy (USO tour group), Sunshine Express and with the Johnny Whittaker Show. She is a bridal consultant in Startup 's Bride and Groom Shop in Pasadena, Calif. Her fiance, Stanley Stringfellow, graduated from Jordan High School, attended Westmister College in Salt Lake City and is now employed at a Realty Company in Salt Lake City. He 'filled an LDS million in the England London Mission. I m MARILYNN ROGERS Dravland, Brown Vows Set Friday Cynthia Dravland will marry Kevin Brown in a ceremony to be performed Friday in the Provo LDS Temple. A recpetion will honor the couple that evening at the West Utah Stake House - Second Ward, 610 W. 300 S., Provo. Friends and relatives are invited to attend from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Dravland, San Diego, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown, Provo. MRS. RONALD J. MOORE Reception Tonight Annette Van Buren Weds Ronald Moore Annette Van Buren married Ronald J. Moore in a ceremony performed today in the Manti LDS Temple. A reception will honor them this evening from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the home of Dr. Larry L. Francis, 1639 W. 1400 N., Provo. A wedding breakfast honored them today at the Heritage House in Orem, hosted by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Moore, Orem. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Ted K. Van Buren, Provo. The bridal gown was designed and made by Mrs. Paul L. Peay, the bride's sister. The bridal bouquet features white roses enclosed in yellow and blue baby's-breath coordinating with the headpiece. Attending the bride will be Renee Van Buren as maid of honor, with Mrs. Gary Golightly and Diana Moore as attendants. Flower girls will be Jennifer Peay and Taleese Golightly. The maid of honor will wear blue and the other attendants will be in yellow gowns, with the flower girls in floral pastels. Best men will be Gary Crowten and Brad Ostler. Ushers will be Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Peay, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Van Buren, Vernon Van Buren, Gary Golightly and Mike Newin. Special guests will be the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Que Olsen, Provo, and the bridegroom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Moore, Orem. Prenuptial parties have been given by Mrs. Robert Jorgensen, Mrs. Dell Walker and Mrs. Charles Bonnett ; by Mrs. Charles Scarpino ; another by Mr. and Mrs. Craig Van Buren ; an event by Debbie Paulsen, and a fifth party by Mrs. Vance Law, Lisa Thorn, Lori Nyman and Mrs. Tom Nelsen. The newlyweds will make their home in Orem. Y - . Serene doves take flight in pendants and earrings so modestly priced! a Pendant, yellow gold-filled, $9.50 b Earrings, yellow gold-filled, pair, $8.50 Both in yellow 12 karat gold-filled. Charge it! Open a Zales account or use one of five national credit plans VISA Mjstrr I hirft Amrru jn i prrss Dinrrs Out tjrtf Bljnth l 4Y4w.it ZALES The Diamond Store UNIVERSITY, MALI, OREM 224 0521 .n,,,,,,, ,,M C Christmas in June' Theme of Chaufauquo The theme "Christmas in June" drew some 50 women to spend three days and nights together last week in the mountain setting of Timpanogos Lodge, North Fork of Provo Canyon The occasion markeo the 42nd annual Chautauqua Conference Chautauqua is patterned after the traveling tent shows of the early 1900 s where rest and stimulating association with friends is part of the yearly gathering. The event this year also included presentations on arts and crafts, musical programs and lectures of current interest Since the goup has never been able to be together for a reunion at Christmas time, they decided the theme should provide a belated opportunity An ornamental Christmas tree with festive centerpieces and scores of other decor added to the feeling of the Yule season Serving as chairman for the event this year was Mrs. Doris Jensen, assisted by Mrs Jneil Madsen as co-chairman. Laura Nolle Bendixsen was program chairman and DeVeda Taylor was in charge of the food. flufTAUQUA members met at Timp Lodger fl V 1 for a "Christmas n June" encampment. Putting some of the decor on the tree to give an aura of holiday festivity are. trom lett. Laura sene Bendixsen, program chairman , Doris Jensen, chairman , and Jneil Madsen. co-chairman ZCMI save 40 to 60 famous brand swimsuits t c no Reg. $28-542 Most in 1 -piece style, 10-18. Budget Sportswear. 1 0 9 9 THE CHRISTMAS motif also decorated the ceiling at the annual Chautauqua encampment held last week at Timp Lodge VIKING FISCAL YEAR ENDS THIS MONTH panic lAsj SALE """ 2 DAYS TT TO 1 o v using WAREHOUSE OPEN $TOCK Of NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS All NEW OPEN STOCK IN TMI CRATE DEMOS 100 GUARANTEED DESKS - CONSOLES - TABLES - FREE ARM - FLAT BED - COMPACTS REDUCED AS MUCH AS 300 1 IUJT ! M Oil AND UP to 0 Off MANY BELOW DEALER COST. JULY Ut PftlCt INCMStS MAKt IT IMPOSSIBlt TO HlPlkT THIS SAlt 90 DAYS NO INTEREST - NO PAYMENTS 'Til SEPT. 78 USE YOUR CHARGE CARD !Zj O IV! I SAIT IAKI. DOWNTOWN UNIVUSITT MAU OOOf N

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