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SUMMER PRIMARY SCHEDULE Mrs. Ralph Jensen, president of the Sixth ward Primary, an- friends surprised Miss Jolene Og-dedaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ogden, 24 East 6400 South, on her 14th birthday. The young nounces that the Primary meet- people enjoyed an evening of ings will be held during the sum- dancing and group games on the mer months at 10 a.m. each patio, followed by a desert Wednesday morning. This will luncheon. include all sessions. SLUMBER PARTY BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Miss Nila Merkley, 279 Vine Monday evening a group of Street, entertained a group of n, Miss Stephenson Heeites Vows With 50 SAVE UP TO Martin P. Stephan Helena Rubinstein The Salt Lake LDS Temple was the scene of the June 4 wedding ceremony uniting Miss Winifred Stephenson and Martin Pail Stephan. Elder LeGrand Richards of the Council of the Twelve officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stephan, 178 Mountain View Drive, parents of the bridegroom, were hosts at a wedding breakfast in the Waterfall Room at Harman's Cafe following the ceremony. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stephenson, Holden, Utah, feted the newlyweds at a reception Monday evening in the Murray Third ward meetinghouse. The bride appeared in a gown of lace and tulle over satin, with iridescent sequins outlining the neckline. The bouffant skirt had panels tracing to the hemline. Her veil of illusion cascaded from a pillbox trimmed with iridescent sequins. She carried a bouquet of roses, stephanotis and white carnations. Attending the bride were Miss Judith Stephan, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. C. H. Larsen, the bride's sister, and Mrs. R. 10 BEAUTY PAIRS GET TWO FOR THE TIME ONLY MONEY-LIMIT- ED 4 PAIRS SOLVE SKIN PROBLEMS 2 FOR COARSE PORES -- diep clansu unclogi pore, help prevent blemishei. 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Made' lingering perfumed 6. ft mascara won't run, roof especially for boats nti- - equally serviceable on any posed, exterior surface. Both 1.25 but' exj Hpituu CLOSING SOCIAL AT THIRD WARD Third ward Relief Society held their closing social last Wednesday, at the ward hall. A large group attended the one o'clock luncheon. The program following consisted of piano solos by Ronald Richardson, readings by Barbara Ottley and dance selections by Carol Bennlon Ann Beckstead and Rolayne Richardson. The president, Mrs. Bert Hall, was In charge. VISITORS FROM NEBRASKA Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Vogeltanz, Ord. Nebraska, spent the past week in Murray visiting their and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cornwell, 4846 Atwood Blvd., and their family. They were also guests of daughter, Miss Rosellen Vogeltanz. son-in-la- w Murray City Pharmacy 4874 South State an-oth- er Dial AM Thursday, June 7, 1956 MURRAY (UTAH) EAGLE Pago 9 is a heavyweight sponsoring championship boxing match June 17 at Murray ball park . . . W. Douglas Allen was elected president of the Funeral Directors and Embalmers association of Utah, Inc., at the 35th annual convention of the group . . Herman Longhurst, great running back for Young university in 1940-4signed Tuesday to coach football at Murray high . . . Miss Donna Jean Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Smith, will wed A. Glenn Snarr June 14 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple . . . Verl F. McMillan, a member of the 19th regiment of the 24th infantry division, has been transferred to B e p p u, on the island of Kkushp, Japan . . . Mrs. LeRoy Turpin entertained at a family dinner honoring her husband on his birthday . . . Don Anderson has recently been discharged from the army air force . . . Mrs. Mary Reading was guest of honor at a birthday party Monday evening. . . . New officers of the Junior Women's club were installed at the group's annual formal spring banquet . . . Mrs. Burdette Smith club at entertained the Cheer-U- p a dinner party Thursday evening. . . . Cottonwood stake Genealogical society will have an excursion to the Mantl LDS Temple in the . near future. FIVE YEARS AGO, m reported In the Murray Eagle of June 8, 1951. The Salt Lake county recreation department has completed an outline of Its summer program in the Murray recreation district. Playground centers to be used this year will include Murray City Park, Arlington, Liberty, Friends and relatives are invited to call between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Mrs. McMillan Is the mother of five sons and two daughters. 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Her accessories were white and black DRY FOR Remember (From Tage 4, Col. 6) uniforms for their group when twined with pink pearl beads. The bride's nieces, Rhea they sang on the Wishing Well Stephenson, Sheila Stephenson program over radio station and Bonnie Stephenson were KDYL . . . Global Post No. 5235 .50 face cream special cleanser and softener, skin lotion special give dewy 1 young finish. Combination Value 2.1 3 Save 29ft . . . Both .50 2 FOR AGE kicht cream moisturize "herbal" smooths, soothing, softening lotion. extrait deeply, 2 S. Jackson. They were gowned in sky blue crystallen?, and carried bouquets of pink carnations en- Bonnyview, Woodstock and Plymouth elementary schools, and Murray high school . . . The Murray City Chamber of Commerce will hold its first dinner meeting since the board of governors was reorganized next Thursday at Andy's Cafe . . . Murray Ladies Civic Guild will hold its annual banquet at the Lion House June 13, at which time they will install new officers for the coming year . . . The Murray Kiwanis club will hear Lt. Col. G. C. Guiver speak on "Burma and India" at its next meeting . . . The Omenia Rebckah Lodge No. 15 elected new officers at a Tuesday evening meeting at the Fraternal Order of Eagles Hall . . . Murray Fourth ward will have as speaker at sacrament meeting Roscoe Grover, known to the KSL-Taudience as "Uncle Roscoe" . . . Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roderick will represent the Murray Kiwanis group at the national Kiwanis convention in St. Louis. . . . Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lind celeh brated their wedding anniversary Sunday . . . V i M- . m At CAUL' MARKET T 5250 South State in Murray 266 East 5th South in Salt Lake City U. S. 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