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.GENEVA TIMES Thursday, June 13, 1946 Weddings Take First Place in Social Events TRIPLE WEDDIIIH FLAN ANNOUNCED pretty blue frock and will be attended by her sister, Miss Donna Don-na Brady, gowned in pink. Mr. Hanks has been in the army for the past five years in the eastern theater, and was but An outstanding social event - the season ww w v Carriage of the three children S3? and Mrs. Wm.L. Abbott, which will take place Monday, Sine 17 at 4 o'clock. Miss Valeen Elder, daughter A. and Mrs. O. Q. Elder will Se the bride of Max S. SE son of the Abbott's. Miss Flora Brady will wed, Red H. Hanks, Jr., son of Mr. Smts. Reed Hanks of Burnt-Wvoming. Wilda Meeks, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Wm. C. Meeks of McKinnon, Wyoming, will become be-come the bride of Rex T. Brady, SSer son of the Abbott's, m.. naromnnies will be per- formed at the O.Q. Elder home i in Orem, Deiore we bhuomw families and a few close friends. Bishop Arch Pulham of Vermont ard, former bishop in Wyoming Wyo-ming will officiate for the Brady-Hanks and Meeks-Brady nuptials and President Clayton Watts will perform the ceremony cere-mony for the Elder-Brady marriage. mar-riage. . J.4 . nf.'ss I'irtpr is b Eraauaie ui 0USB - --- Lincoln high school and Sharon stake seminary. She has chosen I lovely salmon pink afternoon frock for her wedding gown and will-be attended by Miss Laura Crandall. Max Brady recently returned from three years service in the THarine corps in the Pacific. i Flora Brady will wear a summer flowers were used in decoration. In the receiving line were the bride's mother, Mrs. Grace Sinclair of Ocean Beach, Washington, the parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cald- recently released. An interest- j er; the best man, David Calder, uib hums iu meir romance is tne fact that the diamonds for the rings were brought home by Mr. Hanks from Germany and have been reset , in this country into the beautiful ensemble worn by his lovely bride. Miss Wilda Meeks has selected select-ed a pretty aque blue frock and the groom's sister, Miss Donna Brady will also attend her. The home will be decorated abundently with summer How-, ers and immediately following we ceremonies a wedding din ner has been planned. The dinner din-ner table will be centered wiih a huge, beautifully decorated wedding cake prepared by Mrs. Abbott. The three happy couples will leave immediately for a honeymoon honey-moon at the southern Utah parks, and will then go to McKinnon, Mc-Kinnon, Wyoming, where they will make their homes. Sinclair-Calder Reception at Joseph Smith Building Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Calder (Marjorie Sinclair) were complimented com-plimented at a reception Saturday Satur-day evening at Joseph Smith building, following their marriage mar-riage Friday in the Salt Lake temple with President J. Will Knight officiating. A profusion of roses and other brother of the groom and his lovely bride, who wore a white satin wedding gown, with dainty shoulder veil, caught up with lace cornet, and carrying bouquet of red roses. Valeen Hubbard, sister of the groom was matron of honor, with Dore-en Dore-en Bandley, Janet Barkley, June Berry, Golda Roundy and June Calder, sister of the groom as brides maids. All wore pastel shaded gowns with corresponding correspond-ing corsages. Vance Calder acted as master of ceremonies for the delight ful program during dancing; Janet Barkley sang the solo, "The Sunshine of Your Smile" and "Because", accompanied by Mrs. Sinclair; Curtis Gordon and Elizabeth Hawkins sang two duets, "You Alone" and "O Promise Me", accompanied by Miss Cumorah Gordon. Miss Nina Stratton read "In the Usual Way" and the groom's mother and her sisters, Mrs. Bernice Christensen, Mrs. Nina Stratton, accompanied by Mrs. Zola Ma-lone, Ma-lone, sang an original number "Ma" and "Tell Me Why". me reiresnment tame was centered with a beautifully decorated dec-orated wedding cake and was in cnarge of Mrs. Marlnrfo assisted by Misses Corine Partridge, Par-tridge, Emma Stratton, June Berry, Golda Roundy and Jne Caulder. Mrs. Harold Calder and Mrs. Karl Bandley were In charge of the lovely gifts. After a honeymoon trip to Washington, where Mr. and Mrs. Calder will visit the wiaei relatives, rela-tives, they plan to make tneir home in Orem. Reception to Honor Two Couples Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Unthank of Edgemont will compliment their daughters, and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glen uaum- gardner, (Joyce Unthank) and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meiarum (Louise Unthank at a wedding reception Friday evening In the Edgemont ward hall. Mr. and Mrs. Baumgardner were married a short, time ago and Mr. and Mrs. Meldrum were married Wednesday in the Salt Lake Temple, where they were accompanied by their parents. The hall will be decorated with baskets of roses and other summer flowers. In the receiving receiv-ing line will be the bride's parents par-ents and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meldrum, parents of Jack. Smith Young will be best man for Mrs. Baumgardner, Mrs. Young will be matron of honor for her sister, Joyce, and Misses Theora and Rhea Sundquist will act as bridesmaids. Carolyn and Pauline Paul-ine Young will act as tralnbear-er tralnbear-er for their aunt Joyce. Jack Meldrum has selected Floyd Brereton as best man, and his lovely bride has chosen Misses Laura and Helen Mel-drum, Mel-drum, sisters of the groom and Miss Helen Burke for her bridesmaids, brides-maids, with tiny Sheila and Kar-elann Kar-elann Anderson as trainbearers. President Clayton Watts will act as master of ceremonies and program numbers will be given by Irene Hansen, Joan Holda-way, Holda-way, Virginia Young and E. B. Terry. Mrs. Bernice Faulkner will be in charge of the refreshments. Mrs. Merle Hansen and Mrs. Martha Stewart will be in charge of the Baumgardner gifts and Mrs. Emmaline Pierce andj Mrs. Chloe Snelson the Meldrum gift display. Mrs; Thomas Jacob, Mrs. John Park, Mrs. Dean Park. Mrs. Ada Skinner, Mrs. Roy E. Park, Mrs. E. B. Terry, Mrs. Verdi wash burn, Mrs. F. D. Foster, Mrs. Thomas Cordner, Mrs. JO . Stratton and the hostess. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE AND APPLIANCE RALPH'S RADIO 63 No. Univ. At. Phone til The Rome el Gnarantod Service Parents Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Luzell Robbins announce the engagement ox their daughter Lou Jean and Rex Schoney, son of Mrs. Merne Edwards and the late Joseph Schoney. The marriage will be an event of Wednesday, June 26 in the Salt Lake temple. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins will tender a reception honoring the young couple Frt-day Frt-day evening, Jnue 28, 1948 in the Timpanogos ward hall. Both popular young people are graduates of Lincoln high school and Sharon stake seminary. semin-ary. Rex has been employed in Colorado for the past few months. SSEEA 4 OREM UTAH 1st show 7:30 2nd show 9:40 Doors open 7 :00 Matinee prices 7 :00 to 7 :30 Friday and Saturday THE BLUE DAHLIA June 14-15 Alaa Ladd - Veronica Lake - William Bendix Those who like .top-rate mystery will find this picture most pleasing. It is well directed, has a good cast and is a swell love story with plenty of comedy! and Latest Issue "This is America" "Watchdog" Cartoon Pathe News Saturday Matinee 1:30 June 15 RIDERS OF THE DAWN A musical comedy with a western setting starring Jimmy Wakely! (It will be remembered that Jimmy Jim-my Wakely recently made a personal appearance at this theatre.) and "Mighty Mouse ia Cockatoo" Cartoon "Blonde Stayed on" Comedy "Poor Playmates" Cartoon Chapter 2 PHANTOM RIDER Monday June 17-18 Tuesday TWO BIG PICTURES A MEDAL FOR BENNY Dorothy Lamour. J. Carrol Nash A most entertaining story of simple folks, their lives, loves and ambitions MURDER HE SAYS Fred McMurray - Helen Walter - Marjorie Main A top notch comedy with a good story Wed. - Thur. - Fri - Sat. J"e UM"-""'" ADVENTURE Clark Gable Greer Garson - Joan Blondell His first picture since returning from the army, Clark Gable never looked better, never did a finer characterisation characteri-sation than he has done in "Adventure". He s the tougn guy, the woman chaser, but nevertheless the innately decent person! Miss Garson is superb, as usual, as w girl Gable couldn't tame! Should prove to be sweii entertainment! Pathe News New Shoe Shop OREM SHOE REPAIRING i Open For Business Shoes Neatly Repaired Si While You Wait , Located North State in Orem by , e , Prestwich Lumber Company ewe Ut BM JUST IN TIME FOR YOUR Fishing Trip ?fq Army lype GOT Oak Frame 395 r - p RECONDITIONED PIANOS at Bargain Prices Divided Payments for your Convenience FREE DELIVERY Zoning commission to the Orem city council. ' ' - , Every ? person present shall have an opportunity to be heard concerning said amendment of the Orem City zoning ordinance This notice is given in com pliance with title 15-8-92 of the Utah Code annotated for and the Orem city toning ordinance ordi-nance number 74, article il, section 8. - ORLAND E. TYKE. City Recorder Published June 6, 13, 1943, TAYLOR'S 250 W. Center Provo, Utah SUMMONS - , IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OP UTAH IN AND FORC UTAH COUNTY. ALEDA WESTON, plaintiff, ALFRED KENNETH WESTON ueienaani. THE .STATE . OF UTAH TO ' THE SAID DEFENDANT; . You are hereby summoned to' appear within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, it served within the Cjxaty in which this action is kreught, otherwise, withy. thirty d?ys after service, and defer i the abeve entitled action ac-tion and m cas of your failure so to ao, judgment will be rendered Jgainst you according to the dem; id of the comprint. which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is brought to cover a Judgment dissolving the bonds of matrimony now and heretofore existing between plaintiff and defendant. E. BROCKBANK, , ..i- ' Plaintiff's Attorney P. O. Address, 2H Knight Bldg. Provo City, Utah. Shoe Repairing Louis Eelsch & Sen Bear of Bootcrie ,24 West Color LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS Watch Sears For NEW ITEMS. Shipments Arriving Daily! Oak frame and legs, heavy duck frabie holds 500 lb, safely. Comfortable for camp ing or an extra bed at home. Just the thing for that fishing trip. 187 W. Center Phone 411 Mitchell-Haws j Nuptials Announced Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Y. Mitchell Mit-chell announce the engagement of their daughter, Clarice to Darrell R. Haws, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Haws. The wedding date has been set for Thursday, June 20, at the home of the bride and her parents par-ents are honoring the young couple Friday evening, June 21, 1946, in the Timpanogos ware. hall. Both popular young people arc eraaautes 01 umwm b6" school, the bride graduating this year. The young man nas re cently returned from service. Estate of Nels Anderson, de ceasedCreditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at 364 North 3rd West Street, Provo, Utah, on or before October 10, 1946. Betsy Duke Anderson, Administratrix. Published June 1, 14, 21, 28. 1946. Photo Finishing 8th North and State Highway (Over Max Andrew's Cafe) OREM, UTAH Announce the opening of Their Portrait Studio on Saturday, June 15, 1946. Expert work Guaranteed Rapid Service. (Proofs in 24 Hours Portraits in 72 Hours After Approval of Proofs) , Studio Price List QUANTITY SIZE Reception to Honor Mr. and Mrs. Max E.Pyne Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pyne will tender a reception honoring their son Max E. Pyne ana his bride, the former Joyce Hignt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; A. O. Hight of Los Angeies, tauiorma, in the Sharon ward hall, Friday evening, June 14. The young couple were mar ried in Pasadena, California on June 7 and a reception and numerous social affairs have been given them in California. New Officers Assume Duties at Orem Literary Club Mrs. Mayme Wells was hostess to Orem Literary ciui inurs-day inurs-day afternoon and served a delicious de-licious hot luncheon before the meeting. The entertaining roons were lovely with a profusion of summer sum-mer blossoms, with roses being used on the serving tables. Mrs. Earl Malone of Salt Lake City played two piano solos and Mrs. Harold Calder and Mrs. J. G. Stratton sang two numbers. A business meeting was neia and Mrs. Dean Paris, retiring president, turned the club business busi-ness over to Mrs. J. G. Stratton Strat-ton incoming president. Mrs. Merrill Crandall ana Mrs. Malone were guests, ana members oresent were Mrs. Curtis Gordon, Mrs. Boyd Davis, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING To the citizens of Orem city and parties having any Interest in any way in the zoning regu- 1 lations of Orem City. Notice is hereby given that on the twenty, fourth day of June, A. D., 1946, at Orem City Hall, County of Utah, State of Utah, at the hour of eight o'clock P.M., a public hearing will be held for the purpose pur-pose of considering an ordinance amending the present Orem City zoning ordinance, which bearr number 74. so as to establish a C-l district at the intersection of Ninth South and Fourth East streets in Orem City, Utah. Said amendment has been submitted and recommended for adoption! by the orem city Planning ana NO.T1CE! 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