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DEBBIE SIX IS ONE CIIERYL ANN'S Showers Honor FIRST BIRTHDAY Friends and relatives from Salt Lake called at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Newman, Bride-Ele4776 West 4835 South, were hosts Mrs. Phil Anderson, Mrs, Carl and Mrs. Paul K. Newton, 46S0 at a dinner party May 9 honoring Erickson and Miss Gladys Gard- West 5175 South, to celebrate the their daughter, Cheryl Ann, on ner were hostesses May 11, at first birthday, May 8, of Debbie Sue' Newton. her first birthday. linen shower honoring bride-elec- t, Refreshments were served and Special guests were Cheryl Miss Joyce Erickson. The party Ann's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. was held at the home of Miss the group spent the evening J. W. Allen, Salt Lake City. Erickson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. socially. Orlando Erickson, 5337 Kenwood. DINNER PARTY HONORS Twenty-tw- o guests were served .MR. Ml'LLKN ON BIRTHDAY "LET ALL YOUR cenat the tea table, which was A dinner party at Andy's tered with a basket of pink and THINGS HAVE THEIR white spring blossoms. Miniature Smorgasbord was in celebration brides made a parade around the of the birthday, May 8, of James PLACES" M. Mullen, 4757 Meadowview Rd. flowers. wore a corsage The bride-to-b- e (Author's name below) Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Johnston, with wishes enveloped in ribbons. Murray; and Mr. and Mrs. Heber There are literally thousands As each gift was opened, the G. Wheatley, Holladay, joined of different drugs and mediguest received a wish from the Mr. and Mrs. Mullen in the well stocked cines in our (Continued on Page Eight) pharmacy. The basic chemicals are powders (crystalline or granulars), liquids (volatile or and the commedicines are tablets, pounded pills, ointments, suppositories, ampoules, etc. Each one is stored in a particular place so that we can AT HECKEL'S SHOES locate it within seconds. Many of them are kept refrigerated. ONE GROUP ONE GROUP Some are protected from light. Any which lose potency after CHILDREN'S WOMEN'S a certain time are dated so that we can make certain they SANDALS SANDALS are at their best when you CLOSE OUT CLOSE OUT get them. ct semi-soh'd- ), RADIO SPECIALS... N $199 YOUR PHYSICIAN CAN PHONE I pair $199 I pair AMherst WHEN YOU NEED A MEDICINE WIN RADIO! A Guess the number of laces in the jar nothing to buy the one guessing the nearest to the number will win a radio! Contest ends Pick up your prescription shopping near us. A great many people entrust us with the responsibility of filling their prescriptions. May we compound yours? SATURDAY, MAY 19th! rf imm mm DYCHES PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS Quotation by (1706-90- ) 1956 (5W4) Copyright Bride-to-bMiss Arine Dahl, was feted at a personal shower May 8 at the home of .Miss Fern Jewkes on Avalon Drive. were Miss Gay Robinson, Miss Barbari Somsen and Miss Clara Taylor Eighteen guests played games and were served refreshments. Miss Dahl was further honored May 12 at a miscellaneous shower given by her sister, Mrs. Rudy Bilanzich. Mrs. John Petrovich, Jr., and Mrs. Ed PeU' vieh. Miss Dahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lemar Dahl, 150 East 5300 South, is planning a May 19 wedding with Robert Petrovich, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Petrovich, Sr., 155 West 5900 South. The double ring ceremony will be performed by Justice J. Allan Crockett at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ferro, 1166 South e, Thursday, Moy 17, 1956 Socially Snciiliimj Your contributions to the Eagle Social News department Miss lliiuien . . . are welcome. Just dial Parties Honor Patricia Watts Pre-Nupti- To I5e Bride Bride-To-B- Miss Patricia Anne Miss Deanna Hinnen will be- bride-to-bcome the bride of Gaylen Nelson Watts, was held May 14 at the June 15 in rites to be solemnized home of Mrs. Owen Sanders, 389 in Memorial House, Memory Vine Street. Mrs. Orson Sanders was Grove. The evening's entertainment Making known their daughter's plans are Mr. and Mrs. Delbert included games, prizes and reHinnen, 66 Regal Street. Parents freshments for thirty guests. The of the future bridegroom are bridal theme was carried out with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Nelson, 943 table decorations and favors in shades of lavender and white. South Tenth East. Miss Ruth Spencer and Miss Miss Hinnen has chosen as her Fifth East. Charlene Erickson will be hosattendants Mrs. Robert L. ft Mrs. Harry Lloyd and tesses tonight at a personal FOURTEENTH WEDDING shower honoring Miss Watts at Miss Sharon Nelson. ANNIVERSARY Danny Thompson will stand as the Spencer home, 185 West 5900 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aiello, best man; and LaMar Hinnen, South. The shower theme will be 4730 Boxelder Street, celebrated Rex Ames, Shelley Burt and carried out with small paper umbrellas. their fourteenth wedding anni- Craig Barney will usher, versary May 7. A buffet supper will be served ft Dinner was served to friends RELIEF SOCIETY to thirty guests and an evening and relatives from Salt Lake, and PREPARATION MEETING of games will follow. a social evening followed. Miss Watts, daughter of Mr. Sixth ward Relief Society officers and teachers held their and Mrs. Denzil E. Watts, 6151 MURRAY GIRL has circled May 21 South HOIJS OFFICE preparation meeting Monday for herState, date. She will wedding at home of Mrs. the Josie Rottini, daughter of Mr. morning vows with exchange marriage 301 6400 Ronald West Meyers, and Mrs. Arthur Rottini, 5249 Gail R. Brown Hansen, in LDS South Redwood Road, was chosen South, with their president, Mrs. Temple rites. athletic Burton Morgan, in charge. The president of the Tri-Mr. Hansen, now stationed at ladies made plans for their closassociation, at St. Fort Benning, Ga., is the son of social and business other at ing Ray Hansen, Tooele, Utah, Kathleen Cafarelli, daughter of hand. ft G. 4369 C. Mr. and Mrs. Cafarelli, PLANNING RETREAT JAYCEE AI MEETS XIUARY West 5500 South, was chosen SOIIEDl'LEI) THIS The May meeting of the Jaycee social chairman of the academy. WEEKEND Auxiliary was held at the home Kathleen is a sophomore in the A two day Planning Retreat 'of Mrs. Don Crawford Monday academy. will be held this Friday and Sat- evening. with Mrs. SACRAMENT MEETING HAS urday at the Camp Utaba, in Crawford were Mrs. Earl Davies Northern Utah, for the purpose and Mrs. Richard Hendricks. SPECIAL PROGRAM Final plans were made for the A special program, commem- of planning a schedule for the of the B.Y.S. of the installation banuet and additions orating the restoration of the members church. Members of the were entered in the years' scrap-booAaronic Priesthood, was held last Baptist Gilead and the Baptist, Murray Sacraevening Sunday during Guests and new members inment meeting in the Sixth ward. Magna Baptist churches will be in attendance, accompanied by cluded Mrs. Bill Quinn, Mrs. Bishop Ralph Jensen had charge. Several talks were given and their pastors. Reverend Allen George Morrison, Mrs. Norman special music was presented by Anderson, Christian Education Shaw and Mrs. Dick Dahn. the ward choir, under the direc- director of this region, will con- MRS. OHLSON AND duct and direct the Planning Retion of Wesley Steadman. treat. All members of the three CHILDREN FLY TO OREGON ft Mrs. Lind Ohlsen, 6143 Clear June Webb, who has served for named churches, interested in several years as Manual counci- their youth, are invited to at- St., and her children Claudia and lor in the Murray Stake M.I.A., tend. The group will return home Douglas will leave Murray May 19 for a two months vacation in was recently released with a vote Saturday night. Oregon. of thanks for the fine job she AWARD BANQUET They will enplane from Salt has done. An Aaronic Priesthood award Lake to Roseberg, Ore. where banquet was held for the boys they will visit Mrs. Ohlson's parof the Sixth ward and their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Duncan. ents last Saturday evening at The Ohlson's will also be house-guesthe ward hall. The family style of Mrs. Ohlson's sister, dinner was served to 140 people. Mrs. Merv Peterson, Seaside, Ore. Prior to their departure they Bishop Ralph Jensen presented the awards. Four year pins were were feted at a family party given Ted Erickson, son of Mr. celebrating Douglas's third birthand Mrs. Wayne Erickson, West day. 6400 South, and Jerold Turner, ft Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Jones son of Mr. and Mrs. George Turnand 267 South indiWest. Fifteen er, family, formerly of Midvale, vidual awards were also pre- recently moved to 621 West 6400 sented. South, to make their home. Wesley Steadman served as master of ceremonies. The program included marimba solos by Miss Judy Barrus; several selections by The Ambassadors, a male quartet from Salt Lake, and accordian solos by Frankie Kikel. e, n, ts :. Here's Whew the i New Ideas Come From... 1 M General Motors' new Technical Center Largest of its kind in the world employs 4,000 engineers, scientists and stylmts. TIim vast resources combine with Pontiac's own ultramodern engineering facilities to bring you America's greatest automobile value Motors Masterpiece. 1'ontiac, a (ieni-ra- l Watik "Wid, Widt Sdoy, Moy ttpcrl m CM'i mw ; Tackaicol Ctnttr. i mm jmu t -- f t Vt 1- and Here's Wiere they GO! 0 0 0 Guests included firemen's wives from other fire stations and friends and relatives. Miss Pat Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson, presented a piano solo and Frank Tccho entertained on his accordian. Mrs. Everett Berger was mis. tress of ceremonies. Mrs. Marvin Clark presented "Reverence." A book review of "The Man In The Gray Flannel Suit" was given by Mrs. Harold Kelly. Refreshments were served by the teenage daughters of y, ss e. ft CYO MEETING Members of the CYO of Murray and Kearns will hold a meeting in St. Vincents hall Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:30 p.m., the president, Robert Towers announced this week. The bake sale held last week was termed a success and the profits will be used to purchase amusement equipment. RECEPTION FOR NAVY MAN Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McLaren, 202 Vine Street, will be hosts at a reception and family reunion May 20 at Murray Park. Guest of honor will be their son, Dale W. McLaren, on leave from the U. S. Navy. Seaman McLaren has recently for a six year term, and is stationed aboard the heavy cruiser USS Toledo. EIGHTY-THIRBIRTHDAY William E. Stoker, Sr., 60 East 6400 South, celebrated his eighty-thir- d birthday May 14. He was honored by friends and relatives at an open house at the home of his son, Sterling W. Stoker, 4681 South Highland Dr. Mr. Stoker has one daughter, five sons, fourteen grandchildren and twenty-nin- e D KORY'S FIRST PARTY Kory Kilpatrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kilpatrick, 409 Saunders Street, was one year old May 12. His sister, Vlcl, cut the birthday cake for grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jones, who visited from Salt Lake. 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Come on in and bring yur$c!f up U) date fast! . e DIDNT SEE1" Salt Lake County Firemen's Auxiliary and their guests spent a social evening on May 14 at the Salt Lake Recreation Hall. yt' . Mrs. Merrill Parkin and Mrs. Gilbert Tingey were hostesses at a grocery shower May 5, at the Parkin home in Bountiful. Guest of honor was Miss Jean C. Holder. Miss Holder was complimented at a personal shower, May 12, at the home of Miss Ann Mac-kawas Taylorsville. Mrs. Spencer Ames. Mrs. Carl Holly honored Miss Holder at a miscellaneous shower May 16. A June 1 wedding date has been selected by Miss Holder and Warren Dean Parkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wiseman, 3386 Pioneer Street. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Holder, 4951 South 3200 West, are parents of the bride-to-b- AUXILIARY HAS 4 - . 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