Page 40-THE HERALD. Provo. Utah, Sunday, April 6, 1975 Vakhnom Installs Officers Vakhnom Culture Unit of Brigham Young University held its annual spring formal at the Hilton Hotel in Salt Lake City. At the formal event, old officers were honored and new officers were announced, Sherrie Snow will be installed as president; Joyce Buller, cultural vice president: Chris Schmidt, social vice president; Kathy Hansen, secretary; Judy McKendrick, historian; Mary Paxman, chaplain; Polly Woodward, music director; and Stephanie Smith, sports. A special award went to Kris Follett as Vakhnom of the year for her outstanding service rendered to the club during 1974-75. In LDS Temple Chenhall - Rieske Wedding Date Set Janell Vey Chenhall and William Ross Rieske will be married in the Provo LDS Temple on Thursday. A reception will be held to honor the couple on Saturday in the Provo Utah Stake Center, 1315 E. 900 N., from 7 to 10 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Chenhall was born and raised in Davenport, Iowa and graduated from Bettendorf High School. She also graduated from Brigham Young University with a major in child development. Currently she is working with Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii where she is a social worker. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chenhall of Sun City, Ariz., are parents of the future bride. Mr. Rieske is a graduate of Provo High School. He has attended BYU and has served an LDS mission in Oregon. Presently he is in the United States Army, stationed at Honolulu where he is an operating room technician at Tripler Army Medical Center. Mr. and Mrs. Ross DeVere Rieske of Provo are the parents of the future bridegroom. The couple will make their home in Oahu, Hawaii after their marriage. They will spend a few days in Provo, Sun City and the larger island of Hawaii before returning to Oahu. JANELL VEY CHENHALL WIVES OK LAW STUDENTS in their first and second year will sponsor a fashion show Saturday, the event will be held in the Wilkinson Center. Room 357. Presenting the fashions will be models from the Spice Rack which will also provide the clothing. Colette Chappie, center, is shown in one of the fashions that will be modeled. With her are Carol 1'oole, left, committee chairman, and Pain Brown, historian for the wive's group BYU Women Schedule Annual Spring Luncheon on Saturday The BYU Women Spring Luncheon this year will be held in the Wilkinson Center Ballroom Saturday from 12 to 2 p.m. It will be hosted by the College of Religious Instruction. Theme for the event will be "In An Ancient American Garden," featuring Dr. Paul R. Cheesman. -A program in an indoor garden setting has been planned. A special musical number and interesting display of artifacts and photographs of ancient American ruins will add to the DUP NORTH CENTER UTAH COUNTY Monday, April 7 Oak Hills — Fern Morgan, 1102 Birch, Provo, 2p.m. Thursday, April 10 Edgemont — Ida Lunceford, 3125 N. 750 E., Provo, 1:30 p.m. Pleasant View — Chrisse Hales, 2144 N. 220 E., Provo, 1.-30p.m. Seagull — Elnora Skinner, 84 W. 1400 S.,0rem, 1:30 p.m. Cascade — Nina Stratton, 646 E. 800N.,Orem,2p.m. Lakeview — Blanch Larsen, 506 N. 2050 W., Provo, 2:30 p.m. Friday, April 11 Orem — Bessie Wilkinson, 234 S. 800 W., Provo, 1p.m. Windsor - Windsor Ward, 1500 N. State, Orem, 1:30 p.m. Timpanogos — Vera Fotheringham, 310 W. 700 S., Orem, 2p.m. Grandview I — Ida Smith, 1873 S. 375 E., Orem, 2 p.m. Grandview II — Pearl J. Augustus, 890 W. 2000 N., Provo, 2p.m. Sundance — Pat Devenish, 843 N. 75 E., Orem, 7 p.m. Friday, April 18 Vineyard — Cleo B. Rawlings, 1073 W. 400 S., Orem, 1p.m. Timp View — Doris Haslam, 365 N. 800 E., Orem, 2 p.m. Provo Bench — Thelma Robbins, 389 S. 350 E., Orem, 2 p.m. CENTER UTAH COUNTY Tuesday, April 8 Camp Pioneer — LaPrele Graham, 856 W. 300 N., Provo, 3 p.m. Camp Oak Tree — Wanda Sellers, 568 W. 400 So., Provo, 2 p.m. Camp Blue Spruce — The members will be notified, 2 p.m. Camp 1 — Vivian Hales, 1935 Oak Lane, Provo, 2:30 p.m. Camp 2 - Nelzina Hall, 240 E. 300 S., Provo, 2 p.m. Camp 3 — Leila Harsh, 636 S. 500 W., Provo, 2p.m. Camp U - Bertha Blohm, 383 E. 4380 N., Provo, 2 p.m. Camp 8 — Vera Madsen, 471 W. 100 S., Provo, 2 p.m. Camp 14 — llene Rawlings, 462 S 300 W., Provo, 2 p.m. Camp Bonneville — Florence Holder, 990 E. 300 S., Provo, 2 p.m. Camp Squaw Peak — Beatrice Lonas, 777 E. 150 N., Provo, 7:30 p.m. Camp Manavu — Manavu Ward Relief Society Room, Provo, 2 p.m. Camp Mountain View — Hortense Stephens, 346 S. 600 E., Provo, 2 p.m. Camp Sun Flower — Lora Anderson, 241 N. 600 E., Provo, 2 pm. Camp Fort Utah — LaPrele Searle, 270 N. 1000 W., Provo 2 p.m. Friday, April 11 Camp Sunset — Maxine Brand, 150N. 1800W., Provo, l:30p.m. Monday, April 14 Camp Sowiette — Mary Hendricksen, 3080 Apache Lane, Provo, 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 21 Camp Provo — Geneva Shephard, 333 N. 600 W., Provo, 1:30 p.m. enjoyment of the afternoon. Many travelers are surprised to see the magnificent grandeur of the ruins of ancient America, and equally surprised to find that they compare favorably with the great cultures of ancient Rome and Greece. Dr. Cheesman has written articles and books on the subject and also has secured one of the finest private collections of pre-Columbian artifacts in the nation, according to departmental sources. For more than 20 years, Dr. Paul R. Cheesman, now director of the Book of Mormon Institute at Brigham Young University, has traveled among these ancient structures in Central and South America. 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