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Nephi, Juab County, Utah 84648 Friday, April 25 IIMM 1' til Miss Gloria Roundy became the bride of Kent Warner Worthington in impressive rites on - HW tfr p!jr Luncheon .if Lake Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints. Alexander Anderson of the Temple presidency officiat- - : W.r 4- 6 j ed. of Mrs. Raymond Roundy American Fork. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Worthington of.Nephl. Later the same evening the newlywed couple were honored at a wedding reception held at the Duncan Manor in American Fork. To greet her guests the bride wore a gown of peau de solr with long sleeves and buttons at the wrists and down the back. A boat neckline was with imported lace which also bordered the chapel length train and veil of French illusion. Clusters of seed pearls were stitched throughout the ensemble. Her veil was caught to a head piece x 1 It i i Attending the bride was Mary Storrs as maid of honor, Ranae Worthington, Renee Rid-oleDiana Ewell, Karen Hun-sakand Kathy Beck as bridesmaids. They wore look-alik- e dresses of yellow dotted swiss and each "carried a basket of " ' blue dasies., Mothers of the bride and dressgroom wore floor-lengt- h es of pale blue, and each was pinned - with a white orchid corsage. ' Paul Worthington and Don Worthington shared best man duties. Ushers were Mike Roundy, Tim Simper, Craig Bert Paxman, Worthington, Lynn Hinton and Blair Warner. y, .3t'f V.' - Vi.ylV ' f. l' ft Aiwl J" ,r . Jf r.:f T ' k11' - 1 V ' V i ' j if, J 4 0 rr. '.I ; 'i , - " a:-:- ' - A ".V -4 'V 11 f ( . v.'i i . . j . T - ,1 VX rh ''tr"! v tb Sit jjy ; er In charge of serving were Kathy Roundy, Jill Roundy, Janet Roundy and Janis Roundy. In charge of the gifts were t v ! f 1.' self-cover- of peau de soir enhanced by seed pearls. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade arrangement with orchids and stephanotis. 1 j. i w 'ut :' i I, f t y FI fljl'i, 'j jni ji'f House This Evening PONT RUSH ME. THE FIRE IS NOT QUITE Members of the Beta, DelREADY. TWENTY MORE phic, Ladies Literary, Ladies Literary League, MINUTES AND IT'LL Nautilus and 20th Century, federated clubs, will be hostesses BE PERFECT FOR to the annual Juab High School THOSE STEAKS girl graduates luncheon. 11113 will be at the Juab Stake House on Thursday May 15, starting at 7 p.m. Mothers of the girl graduates also are invited to attend. Special guest will be Mrs. Wendell O. Winger of Spring-vlll- e, president of the Utah Federation of Womens Clubs. Girl graduates who will be honored by a fine program, and as a favor receive a china-frame- d photograph of herself, are: Susan Anderson, Ellen Bailey, Lois Bailey, Sandra Belliston, Shirley Bills, Brenda Boswell, Carol Sue Brown, Ann Cowan, Peggy Dalby, Madelene Davis, Deltha Gowers, Susan Greenhalgh, Susan Harper, Deborah Hill, Radene Howard, Marsha Jarrett, JoAnn Jenkins, Laura Jenkins, Mary McCune, Diane McPherson, Gail Mem mott, Victoria Orme, Kay Painter, Sandra Pay, Norene Robbins, Carol Sherwood, Janet Spendlove, Linda Sperry, Nephi News Briefs Sheryl Sperry, Rhonda StanTolley, Debra Tolley, Teresa Guests 'on Mother's day at ley, Susan Vest, Judy Wankler, the home of Mrs. Minnie S. Gayle Williams, Judy Wilson Winter were Mr. and Mrs. Roni and Brenda Yates. ald. Jones and sons Mark and Merrill, and daughter, Mrs. Mona Lee Pexton and her. son Douglas and Annette Fort Wall OUP Camp ; Kelly; Pexton; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Linton and son Bryce and daught, er Qynthia, and a friend from Mrs. Names Greenhalgh Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winter and sons Leslie, Term Leon, Jeffery and Ryan of' Captain for : : Spanish Fork. Pioneers of Utah Daughters of the Fort Wall Camp met on May 9 at the home of. Joey B. Olpin. Captain - Pearl Belliston presided, and prayer was by Mrs. Olpin, chaplain. Fallowing the opening song, led by Lua Stephenson, the history of Hannah Cooper Rasmusson Bryan was read by Amy O. Warner. The lesson on irrigation in the upper Snake river valley of Idaho was given by Zelma Golden. Leone I. Greenhalgh was elected captain of the camp for a two-yeperiod, with Laverne B. Worthington and Leila H. Wilkey as vice captains; Amy ii'il ,:1 ar Mr. and Mrs. Kent W. Worthington (Gloria Roundy) News of Your friends iii Nephi Mr. and Mrs. Clark Prisbrey City spent Saturday and Sunand family visited with her day with her parents, Mr. and ton. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Mrs. Burt Morgan. Greeting guests were - Mr. Talbot in Oak City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Mem-moand Mrs. David Nielson,- Mr. of Lehi visited on Mothand Mrs. Max Hunsaker and Guests on Mothers day at the Mr. and Mrs. Jay Grygla. Con- home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. ers day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Memmott nie Wright was seated at the Nielsen were Mr. and Mrs. Osborne and family of guest registry. Special guests at the wedding West Jordan; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Briggs were Mr. and Mrs. Don Wor- William Corry and family of had as their visitor on Wednesthington, Chicago, Illinois; Mr. Sprinville, Mr. and Mrs. Bob day of last week, Mrs. Lila p O. Warner as secretary. Other and Mrs. Paul Worthington of Olsen and family of Nephi. of Orem; and on Satur- officers are Elizabeth Black, and Spokane, Washington; Sgt. day, Mrs. Birggs ' nephew, Mike Roundy, Camp Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Douglas Anderson visited at treasurer; Mary Scott, registrar; Olive Broadhead, historCalifornia. Wright and family of Salt Tjke their home. , ian; EElen Jarrett, custodian of relics; Stella Anderson, chap Uve It Up. . . Trade Up to A CAREFREE ELECTRIC RANGE ; t lain; Pearl Belliston, parliamentarian; Lua Stephenson, chorister and Leila H. Wilkey, les' ; son leader. Hostesses were Joey Olpin, I Zelma Golden, Leila Wilkey and . C(iWW Goldie Howarth. Others pres ent were Pearl Belliston, a' Lunt, Ulizabeth. Black, Amy ..Warner, Zelma iGolden, Lua L. Stephenson, Mary Scott, Olive Broadhead, Hazel Carter, Ida Belliston, Celia Briggs, Beatrice Winn, LaVeme Worthington and Leila H. Wilkey. Audrey Price, Mary Lou Wor- thington and Twila Worthing- tt Ell-d- en , Graduation Suit Llt-a-Lur- e, I', The former Miss Roundy is the daughter of of Mr. and Select Your at Stake - l"--J at the Salt Page Three Girl Graduates Await Temple Ceremony Unites Couple . Thursday, May 15, 1969 27jc (ritniO'&rUto ; Today! Mrs. - Roy Nielsen attended the Mothers and Daughters party held at the Moroni Stake House Saturday evening, given by the Moroni Stake. She accompanied her .mother, Mrs. iO. Lfc.Eniason. v ur , -u Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Price had as their- - visitors on Sunday, his brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Max Norton of . On Monday, Preston, Idaho. Mrs. Prices brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Vickers of Salt Lake City were dinner guests at their home. Send T-- N Gift Subscriptions to Friends, Relatives ar Is-ho- R7 , ?6E3 ' gSltf Uie VIKO Exfsrior tofox Met In 30 mlnutoi cloani up with wottr. Easy to apply, xcollont durability. Ear wood or masonry. 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