The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 46
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14C Standard-Examiner, Sunday, Oct. 3, 1971 Three North Ut^h Pairs Moke Plans /or Nuptials Diane Poulsen CORINNE—The engagement of Miss Diane Poulsen to Robert M. Widdison is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave B. Poulsen of.Corinne. Mr. Widdison is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill J. Widdison of Hooper. . j The bride elect was graduated from Box. Elder High School and' is employed at Hill Air Force Base. I Her fiance was graduated] from Roy High School and is employed in Ogden. He served in the Army for .two years. The couple will wed Oct. 22 in ceremonies to be performed at the Haing House in Ogden. Alicia Shaffer LAYTON—The engagement of Miss Alicia Shaffer to Bruce Hinojosa is announced by her mother, Mrs. Larraine Shaffer. 49 Layton Circle. The future bridegroom is a son of Mr. and -Mrs. Paul Hinojosa, 1713 Mathew Drive. I Miss Shaffer was' graduated from Layton High School and is employed in Layton., i Her fiance also was graduated ifrom Layton High School and is 'serving with the Army .at-Fort Lewis, Wash. A February wedding is being planned. : , Bonnie Barker NORTH''OGDEN—Mr. and Mrs. Ray B. Barker of 2399. N. Fruitland Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter St. Joseph's Catholic_ Church I Mrs. Floy Wingate as matron i Bonnie to Robert T. Brueckner, LDS mission to Brazil. .•He is a senior at Weber State where he is;-president of Alpha Epsilo-n -Delta pre-medical fraternity and vice president of the senior .class. He -will graduate this spring with a B.A. degree in psychology. He plans to attend - dental school following his graduation. s«. *^-%: .-:«jj .. i^^f'-x- . 'V-V-CS ' , *=¥iO^'- : . \ ^•••:'~>^/-'V MRS. KENNETH I. KAMIGAKI Two Say Solemn Vows In Cafholk Church Here ^. *v ?-.„ *£$:.. V X DIANE POULSEN provided the setting Saturday for marriage ceremonies uniting the former Miss Lou Ann C. Martinez and Kenneth I. Kamigaki. Father Neale ficiated at the Mass. Herrlich of- nuptial High of honor, wore a yellow brocade floor length gown with empire bodice accented by white wide brimmed hats with yellow streamers. . Others attending were Mrs. Ken Varney. who wore a (lavender brocade gown, and Later the couple was honored | Miss Vangie Sandoyal Mrs. at a receotion as the South Paul Surmda and Miss Bonnie ?, c , 3 i£ ^ - 01 u NTr-.m.-rtol-i „.•;«•, Tri/va Martinet Ogden Kiwams Club. Kamigaki with Tritia Martinez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Brueckner of 1425 23rd. ' Miss Barker was graduated; from Weber High School where | she was a member of the Pep Club. She was also graduated from LDS Seminary. She is a senior at Weber State | College where she will graduate this spring with an associate of science degree in family life. "2* •"% % V «. x V \ * flower girls, wore dresses in I she has ' served on" the and pink I jj ospitality and leadership brocade, accented by pastel! committees. She is a licensed ., v . .. . ,,. cummerbunds. j cosmetologist. Mr. Kairujaki is a/ son of _Mr | R oy Kamigaki performed du-i M F . Brueckner was graduated and Mrs. Wa.aru Kamigaki of | ties O f bes t ma n. with Bob Lem-if rom Ogden High School and! 14196th. • ! beres, Ernie Martinez, Bob Wat-!LDS Seminary, and served an For the nuptial events, the!son and Francis Martinez serv-j — bride was attired in a white ling as ushers. j satin gown trimmed in lace. i Following a wedding trip to j It was styled with fitted Las Vegas and Southern! CFP A MIC ARTS bodice, V-neckline, long sleeves California, the couple will reside! V - I -' AAA/VUV - ^' x ° , and slightly full skirt. i in Ogden. GROUP TO M P ET ALICIA SHAFFER Methodist Women's Society Schedules Thursday Lunch The Women's Society of Chris-i at the'church, with Mrs. Melvin tian Service of the First United Lewis and Mrs. Louis Theodore, j Methodist Church will meet for hostesses. ; a luncheon Thursday at 12 noon! Circle 4, Oct. 13 at 1 p.m. j in Fellowship Hall. j a t the church, Mrs. Gerald 1 The program entitled, "Where!Ross, circle leader. |_ Am I," will be presented byi Circle 5, Oct. 21. 1 p.m. ati- Mrs. Ben Iman. jthe home of Mrs. Acton Lind. jff Circle meetings will be held [1437 29th. during the month as follows: j Circle 6, Oct. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Circle 1, Oct. 14 at 9:45 a.m.'at the church, with Mrs. Robat the church, with Mrs. Ger-|ert Middleton, hostess, aid Downs and Mrs. Charles! Circle 7, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m. Combe, hostesses. •' at the home of Mrs. James Circle 2, Oct. 14 at 9 a.m. at'Bashford, 1445 Cross, the "church, with Mrs. Helen Wesleyan Guild, Oct. 14, 7:30! The Ceramic Arts Association of Utah, Northern Chapter, will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Utah Ceramics, 9S5 W. Riverdale Road. Mrs. Robert Wolfe , and Mrs Frank Hunt are hostess. BONNIE BARKER Young, hostess. Circle 3, Oct. 12 at 1 p.m. p.m. at the home of Miss| Earline Allison, 3839 Quincy. WRANGLER OPEN LATE MON. & FRI LAYTON PROVO OGDEN OPEN LAT€ MON. & FRI. NOW OPEN IN... WJTH ALL NEW FASHIONS 2465 WASH. BLVD. SILVER REPI REDUCED 3STo charge for straightening^ D0KING OCTOBER ONLY ft ' BEFORE I AFTER • - "-. 1 Every Item Replated at Sale Prices .Since silver metal prices are up 50% and still rising... this is an excellent time to take advantage of these low, low prices to have your worn silverware, antiques and family heirlooms replated like new. These pieces are now more valuable than ever and make wonderful gifts. All work QUADRUPLE SILVERPLATED by our skilled silversmiths and Sale.prices apply to ALL pieces. FOR INSTANCE ArtieU Reg. s a io p r ; ca Teapot ..$31.50 525.20 Creamer ..16.50 13.20 Candlestick •(per inch) 1.80 1.44 Sugar bowl 18.25 14.60 Trays (per sq. in.)..,. ,15 .12 OUR NEW REPAIR POLICY *FREE DENT REMOVAL and straightening on all items we silverplate, *ONLY $7.95 FOR ANY AND ALL ADDITIONAL REPAIRS, no matter how extensive, on any piece we silverplate. Includes soldering broken handles, • legs, Knobs, etc. (Only exceptions are for furnishing new parts) SALE ENDS OCTOBER 3O BEING IN SILVER 3942 Washington Blvd. • In South Ogden Bridal Bouquet ... the subtle fragrance that makes a woman seem forever a bride A very special fragrance to create a very special feeling of romance, perfectly captured by Dana. Bridal Bouquet is an intense yet subtle scent — a blend of the royal family of white flowers — jasmine, rose and muguet. For all your days — before you're a bride, for the day you are a bride and for all the days thereafter — Bridal Bouquet will be a reminder forever. Perfume, Vz-oz., Eau de cologne, 4-oz., Spray cologne, 3-oz., Perfume mist, Perfumed powder cake, Perfumed sachets (24), $15 7.50 3.50 (receiveaBridalBouquetperfumesprayfla- con with your order of $5 or more) ZCMI COSMETICS - all stores ^ .SALT LAKE • COTTONWOOD VALLEY FAIR • OGDEN

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