The Herald-Journal from Logan, Utah on June 21, 1947 · 4
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The Herald-Journal from Logan, Utah · 4

Logan, Utah
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Saturday, June 21, 1947
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'S.'S' - y $ --s; j'.iK. AND MRS. IKAL SEEHOLZER i Elaine Yeates Becomes Bride In Impressive Home Wedding '4 ho soil glow cf lighted candles and a profusion of gorgeous flowers, made an impressive setting for the wedding of Mi$s Elaine Yeates at the home of her parents, Postmaster and Mrs. Eugene Yeates, 504 East First South, Logan, and Loyal Seeholzer, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seeholzer also of Logan. President A. 'George the serving table was covered with Raymond performed the doublering ceremony. . The bride was lovely in her traditional white satin wedding gown,, fashioned with long pointed sleeves, full skirt, a bouquet of white roses nnd stephanotis, centered with white orchids and white satin ribbon. , .- - Mrs. Ray Lindquist, sister of the bride, was matron Of honor, wearing a pale blue mbdel of starched chiffon with silver stars and matching gloves. She carried a pendant of flowers-with ribbon streamers. Bridesmaids. .Clotel Christensen sen and Mrs. Dale ' Lewis wearing pale pink models with matching gloves, -flrrjL iifemticaLghou-quets. Little Carolyn Beeioates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evert , Yeates i and ltttlq Nancy Seeholzer, sister groorji, were flower girls. J'ltey' wOre'yale yellow models carted, nosegays. - Ross Larsen acted is1 best man. a hand-made lace cloth, centered with a beautiful wedding cuke, banked with flowers and candles in crystal holders, Mrs. Evert Yeates and Mrs. Lue Yeates, sisters in-law of tpe: bride were in charge of refreshments, serving were Miss Helen, Nicholes and Miss Janet Eaij. Mrsf Scott Card had charge of regiptijring the guests. In charge of toysseau rooms were Joyce De- Witt and Elaine Lundstrom. Ros-Marie Earl and Dixie Seeholzer were in charge of the gift room. During the reception lovely vocal nnd instrumental numbers were rendered by Miss Jenna Vee Lun-Ughtand Mias Mary Jean. Sorensen, wHo was aTko" accompanist for the evening. The young couple left after the reception for their honeymoon trip. For her going away, Elaine chose a cinnamon color suit with brown accessories and a white orchid At the reception which followed, i corsage Glea'i Kidman Is June Bride hh'.vciSv&XvMi - .-.v.w. . .'..v, .... . , . r.-.v. .v -.v.-.v.v - - . , MR. AND MRS. FERD J. ALDER A charming bride was Miss Cleo Kidman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orson Kidman of Pclersboro, ! when she exchanged vows with j Ferd J. Alder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Alder of Providence. A 1 double ring ceremony was per- formed ... by President El Ray j Christiansen in the Logan LDS temple, June 12. ! Those present were Mr. Orson j Kidman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. ! Alder, Mr. and' Mrs. Osker Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Fellger Johnsen, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Alder. Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Kidman and Oriel Kidman, Mr,- and Mrs. George Perry, Mr. and Mrs. De Von Wiser, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sorenson. The bride was lovely in her wedding gown of white nylon over white satin, with high neck, leg-of-mutton sleeves, a tight bodice, -8441 flare skirt entrain. Her finger- Tea Honors Mrs. Woods Upon Return From Honeymoon Trip Recently returning to Logan after a honeymoon snout i in old Mt'Mieo, were Mr. and Mrs. Columbus L. Woods. Mrs. i Woods is the former Joyce Waite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. , E. L. Waite of Hyde Park and Mr. Woods is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Dale Woods of Hobson, Montana. Boynton Aamodt Wedding Is Solemnized In Chapel Ceremony On the evening of June 12, the Fifth ward chapel was the scene of the marriage of Miss Phyllis Boynton, daughter of Mrs. Christopher Boynton of Burley, Idaho, and John I'1. Aamodt Jr., son of John F. Aamodt of Bountiful, Utah. The ceremony was solemnized by President Henry R. Cooper. V - It a 1 MiW k v i -" At; a -- mks Columbus l. woods Peggy Parkinson Becomes Bride Mrs. Eva Parkinson of Lewiston, Utah, announces the marriage of her daughter Peggy, to John At. Benson of Oakland, California, on June 1st. Mrs. Parkinson attended a we lding dinner at Hotel Claremont in Oakland, June 11th, given by Mrs. Benson's sister, Mrs. Hugh Johnston. yriinuW oilxil 4 The new Mrs. Seeholzer has been attended the USAC where she was active in school affairs and n member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Loyal is a prominent student at the USAC, and is affiliated with Sigma Chi fraternity. He spent years The couple recited vows April 2rth m Logan temple with President Archie Egbert officiating. Following the marriage a wedding breakfast was served at; Hotel Eccles to members of the two families and a few close friend's. Airs. Waite honored her daughter with a trousseau tea at the family home, June 7th. Guests were greeted by Airs. Woods nnd serving were Mary Waite, a sister of tire bride, Cammille Thurston, Joan yVebb, Reta Lamb and Thelma Joy Sea -mons. Virginia Lee and Ruth Kknsen were in charge of the gift tooaj and Carol Seamens and - Wan Uji Ash-kroft pF d "M rooms. Both bride and groom ' attended three and one half service. Several parties have been given for Elaine. Mrs. Gordon Sciivare-veldt, the Aliases Helen and E aim Lurulstrcm were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower. Mrs. Dale Lewi:; entertained with a kitchen shower Airs. Melv.n Srhvar.tiveldt and Mrs. Jane Card, a handkerchief shower. Misses Rose Mane and .an.-t Earl also entertained. The young couple are mailing their home in Logan for ihe present. the USAC prior to their marriage. Air. Woods served five years in the army air force spending part of fhat time in the Pacific theater. The young couple will leave next week to make their home in Hobson. MRS. JOHN F. AAMODT The foyer of the chapel was beautifully decorated with potted palms and ferns and two large baskets of pink peonies and white gladioli. Lighted candles furnished a soft glow of light before which the couple stood to speak their marriage vows. The bride wore a white suit with black accessories and a white orchid corsage. Her hat, trimmed with baby white orchids, formed a lovely crown about her face. She was given in marriage by Russell Berntson, and to the strains of the Lohengrin, wedding march, sse.c., Tne uran. They entered the room. The bride was attended by Miss T.ia Doty as maid of honor and the groom's best man was his brother, Don Aamodt of Salt Lake City. Following the marriage, a recep-.tion was held for the 80 guests who composed the wedding party. Mrs Russell Berntson presided in the serving room. The table was covered by a beautiful lace cloth and graced by a gorgeous centerpiece of white orange blossoms and two silver candelabra each holding long white tapers. Miss Shirley Nelson presided in the gift room and Mrs. Sylvan Erickson assisted in receiving guests. A unique feature of the wedding was that the orchids of the bride and members of her family were sent from Hawaii by a sister who Uvea .in Honolulu, and white gladioli were Sent from Gulf Port, Mississippi by another sister. ; Following a short honeymoon 'r. San Francisco, the young couple will make their home in Twin Fall Idaho where Mr. Aamodt is engaged in business. Miss Eliason Has House Guests the; at the ho .-e o' M s.i Nuia Eiiasiiii are M' -i-ul A'is Whiter W. McLaughlin of ik-rueley. Cal.; Mr. and Mra. Clyde C. Squires and Mr. ami Mrs. Homo- Strinq-imm of New York City, Mr.;. Georg Thomas and Mr. end Mr . (. V. Hausen of Set. Lake Ci'v. Recent Bride & S ' mm ' A tip length veil was of white net, and lace caught to a coronet of seed pearls. A wedding dinner was served at tlie home of the brides parents for the two immediate families, and All. and Mrs. Fred Sorenson, after Which the young couple left for a honeymoon to Southern Utah, Nevada, and Arizona. The bride chose as her going away outfit a three piece gray suit with black and white accessories, and wore an orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Orson Kidman entertained in honor of Cleo at a trousseau tea on June 8th. Cleo wore a pink formal with a corsage of gardenias and pink and white carnations. Mother of the bride wore a gray dress with a corsage of pink and white carnations. (Continued on page 5). Double-Ring Rites Solemnized MRS. HERBERT W. STAYNER, formerly Ruth B. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Barrus- announces the marriage of their daughter, Ruth Clark, on May 30th to Herbert W. Stayner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stayner of Salt Lake City. f - . The couple spent their honeymoon visiting the National parks and are now at home at 172 East First South, Logan. ' v iviR. AND MRS. REED J. OLSEN rrw i A. Vf I ' V i.15 ffs A recent marriage of interest is 'hat of Zola Marie VVaddoups, daughter of Bishop and Mrs. Victor VVaddoups of Lewiston, Utah and Reed J. Olsen, son of Air. and Mrs. Ivan Olsen of Preston, Idaho. Airs. Olsen is a graduate of North Cache High school and a student at the BYU. Mr. Olsen is a graduate of Preston High school and served one year in the Navy. The double ring ceremony was solemnized in the Logan temple on Alay 20 by President L- Ray Christiansen. Following the ceremony an informal luncheon was held at the Bluebird for immediate members .of the family. ! 'Honoring tile couple a reception was hoid at-- the home of the bride's parents. The bride wore a brocaded satin wedding gown with finger t veil caught by a tiara of seed pearls. The bridal bouquet .vrs American Beauty roses ami 'illies cf the valley. Mrs. D. A. Nash was matron of honor. Miss Mignon VVaddoups, sister of the bride was in charge of the trousseau room. Reta Allen hai charge of the guest book. Renee Bowles and Iva Lou Hyer were in charge of the gift room, and "velyn Olsen, sister of the groom, Tiilma VVaddoups, Ludeen Egbert and Rhea Griffiths assisted in serving. 200 guests were served during the evening. Immediately after the reception the young couple left for a short honeymoon irt th southern part of the state and returned to Logan to make their home, where the groom will attend .the, USAC. MR. AND MRS. EARL OLSEN Renee Balls, Earl Olsen Make Marriage Promises In Temple Mr. and Mi.. Arden C. Bulls of Brigham ( it mm ,UiM. he marriage ot their daughter Renee, to Earl OLen, so yf Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Olsen of Richmond. Vows were taken June 11, in the Logan LDS temple wit Pres. Archie Egbert officiating. The bride lovely r i white brocaded net-trimmed latin gown fashioned with a hign ound neckline. Parents of the jride and groom and aunts of the ride witnessed the ceremony, following the nuptials, dinner was ;erved at the groom's home for nembers of the wedding party and .he couple then left for a honeymoon in Idaho Falls and southern Idaho. Mrs. Arden C. Balls entertained it a trousseau tea in Renees honor. Monday, June 2nd at the home of Mrs. Villis Purser in Hyde Park, in the receiving line were the ride-elect, wearing her wedding ;own, Mrs. Balls, wearing a navy due dress, Mrs. Olsen wearing ;ray print, and Mrs. Balls, grand-mother of the bride, wearing a black satin dress. All had corsages of. pink and white carnations. Miss Mannette Reeder and Miss Beth Lamb were in the trousseau room, Aleen Olsen had charge of the gift room and gifts were rc-eived by Margent Balls. The table was covered with a lace cloth over pink satin and centered with a four tier wedding cake decorated in pink and white. Pink tapers in crystal holders wer olaced at cither end. In charge of serving were Mrs. Bonnie Woolf, Mrs. Eneita Knowles, Mrs. Aietiu Thurston nnd Mrs. Villi:; Purser. Assisting were Reta Atae Olsen, La- Conna Purser. CiariceN Perkc;, Dixie Hillyard Nielsen. Mis. Jaime Knowie Carmen Lee, Ik and Miss LuJea Leo ha charge of the guest book. All gir wore formals in pastel shades. Entertaining for Renee at kitchen shower at her home i Smithficld, May 29th was Dixi Hillyard. A bride's book was mail; and a social evening spent b Renee, Aleen Olsen, Ruth Hanse1 LuJean Nil.son, L'iarice Perk; Garmen Lee, Beth Lamb, Manner. Reeder and Dixie. ' Both bride and groom are g:ad: Ctes of North Cache high schip arid' 'Air. Olsen spent ' three year In military service. LaVoe Hail To Wed Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Ervin J. 'Kail o Hyrum announce the coming mar riage of their daughter LaVoa, ti Dick C. Scamons, son of Mr. an Mrs. Arthur Scamons of Wellsvillf The ceremony will take pla June 24th, in the Logan LDS ter r!e A reception will be held their honor that evening at ti Hull home from 7 to 10 pm. t Weds In Temple Z-e'ff' 'I- tv'- s U'J ,'. f 4. M T- y. MRS. DORIUS D. CARLSON, the former Helen Johnson Mr, and Mrs. Ervin D. Johnson of K-ll Victory R? Washington Terrace, Cgdcn, Utah, announce the ina of their daughter Miss Helen Johnson, to Dorius D. Car son of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Carlson. . . ;i The couple exchanged marital vows June 13th, m LDS temple with Joseph B. Daines, uncle of the groom, P forming the ceremony. . . -The bride is a 1947 graduate of Weber high scij'f:, is an employee of the Mountain States Telephone graph company. The bridegroom served two years air force and ig a student at the USAC. F PU' r like ill inf of of ' 3. E SB to See ' A pe Un ity iik toy s leal 2:X ill A MIT ltd him L tin Hm if. I out. T teui 2, lem will (i

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