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Messenger-Enterpris- Called to Serve In memory July 22, 1993 Thursday, e, Page 3 of ... LDS Missions Obituaries Michelle A. Hewko called to the Audria Ardell Christensen Nielsen Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Mission ter Michelle A. Hewko, daughof Sandra and Steve Keller of Manti, and Joseph Hewko of California has received a LDS mission call to serve in the Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Mission. Her farewell will be July 25 in the Manti Tabernacle at 9:00 a.m. She will enter the MTC on August 4, 1993. She graduated from Manti High School, attended Snow College, and graduated from Michelle A. Hewko Von Curtis of Hair Design. She has been working at Studio Cassinni in Provo, Utah. Students attend ballet workshop at BYU Five students of Vivian Kosan Bagnall, artistic director of the Central Utah Ballet School, just returned from a two week BYU Summer Ballet Workshop held June 21 through Petersons will celebrate 60th wedding anniversary Frank E. and Mildred July 2. Holly Holman, Erika Frischknecht, Manti, Mika Inouye and Claudine Larsen, Gunnison, andRachelPeterson, Richfield, auditioned for the Nevada. (Knudsen) Peterson, of Spring City, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Monday, July 26, 1993. They were married in the Manti LDS Temple on July 26, They have 13 grandchildren and 14 The Petersons have been active in the LDS Church all their lives They served as ordinance workers at the Manti Temple for 21 years, beginning in 1972. great-grandchildre- n. 1933. Their children are: Ernest K Peterson, Erda, Utah; Venita No open house is planned, but friends are invited to call at the home in Spring City to extend congratulations and best wishes. P. Prowther, West Valley City, Utah; LaWauna Stewart, Rio Rancho, New Mexico; and Glen LeRoy Peterson, Henderson, faculty member and ballet school administrator. She is an accredited teacher of the Cecchetti method and was Dean's List released for Snow College The grades for spring quarter at Snow College have been released. The following local stu- dents have been named to the awarded the Licentiate Diploma with distinction. At the end of two weeks a performance was presented by those attending the workshop. list, which requires a minimum grade point average of 3.5 and at least 15 credit hours. Ephraim: Elizabeth Anderson, Jeremy Andreasen, Claudine performed dances Bryan Bartholomew, Seth August Art Show set at Fremont Stake Park During the month of Au- gust, Fremont Indian State Park will display the paintings of James L. Bell of Monroe. Mr. Bell is a 1978 graduate of Southern Utah University and has made a living selling his paintings since 1980. He has exhibited widely in solo, juried and invitational shows throughout the Rocky Mountain and Pacific states. During the months of August and September, the park will also be displayingthe of John Johnson of wood-carvin- gs Meatty, David Beck, Steven Brenchley, Lance Christensen, Euleta Christiansen, Crystal Cox, Kimberly Davis, Nikki Fletcher, Cody Gordon, Orrin Hansen, Wendy Jorgensen, Joelle Merriman, Ruth Ogden, Glen Olson, Melanie Porter, Hi! My name is Walker. Manti: Jeff Adams, Jennifer Alder, Marion Babbel, Shelley Barnett, Catherine Beal, Brian Cox, Bruce Ericksen, Joan Keys, Russell Mickelson, Traci Miller, Patricia Newman, Ranita Purcell, Heather Rasmusson, Emily Rice, Brandy Shand and Shane Young. Richfield. Fremont Indian State Park is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. A day use fee for the park will be charged. ftpn&Catfii Jenna Rose Glenn, and my first birthday is July 31. Fm trying on my sun hat for our move to Manti in August After my dad retires from the Air Force next month, my parents, Ken and Janet Glenn, want to live near a temple and in a small town, so Manti is best! I also have a nice brother named Jared Glenn, and he will be in the fifth grade. It was special tohave him with me for my (adopted) sealing to my parents in the Manti Temple this June. After we sell our ranch here in the South Dakota Black Hills, we will be buying a home at 257 W. 400 No. in Manti. We plan to move in Bryan Rasmussen, Kristie Shore, Paul Taylor and Carrie y'ou are Invited I before school starts and hope Dad can find work. Lee and Joan Jarvis are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter CatHi Jarvis to i !pti (Durrant son of 1 dm and (jeoryia Durrant Jbt Open Jflmse zvifl Be held in their honor July 30, 1993 Durrant residence 467 300 ., (Payson $p Invitations unit Be sent (deafly! workshop and all five were accepted. Holly, Erika and Mika were placed in level 3; Claudine, level 2, and Rachel in level 1. Besides receiving instruction in ballet, pointe, variations, character, jazz and modem dance, they attended concerts at the university and Guys and Dolls at Sundance Theatre. The workshop had 45 students participating from various states: Indiana, Missouri, Texas, California, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and even some from as far as Hawaii and Canada. In addition to BYU staff, Colleen Pratt, originally trained in South Africa, was guest faculty. Her teaching career has taken her worldwide as a guest July 31, 1993 Shand residence 390 $ 100 W., Manti they had learned and Rachel performed freestyle dancing. Mika performed the Swanhilda variation from Cbpellia, Holly performed Aurora's variation from Sleeping Beauty and Erika performed the Dawn variation from Coppelia. At the conclusion of the workshop, the students received evaluations and a special banquet was held for the participants before returning home. Audria Ardell Christensen Nielsen of Ephraim, age 87, died July 13, 1993 at her home. She was bom March 14, 1906 in Ephraim to Andrew and Mary Pehrson Christensen. She married Maurice S. Nielsen in the Manti LDS Temple on February 4, 1929. They had celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary prior to Maurice's death on July Audrla Ardell 22, 1991. Christensen Nielsen She was a homemaker, assited her family in the turkey business and dry cleaning operation, as well as working for Carlisle Manufacturing for 15 years. Ardell was a member ofthe Ephraim 1st Ward and served in all of the organizations of the church. She served an LDS mission in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband Maurice. They also served in the Manti Temple for five years. She is survived by five sons and one daughter: Andrew M, sion President in Sydney, Australia; Joseph C., Ephraim; and Mrs. Danny (Mary) Hill of Gunnison. She has 23 grandchildren and 40 a sister, Eva C. Thof ompson Ephraim and a Vonda Christensen, also of Ephraim. She was preceded in death by her husband Maurice and one son, David C. Funeral services were held on Saturday, July 17, at 12:30 p.m. in the Ephraim lst5th Ward. Interment was in the Ephraim Park Cemetery under the direction of Buchanan Mortuary. great-grandchildre- n; sister-- in-law, Springville; Glen S. ofNew York City, N.Y.; Reed C., Mesa, Arizona; Keith C., serving as Mis-- George W. George William Spader, 75, died July 19, 1993 in a Salt Lake City HospitaL Bom August 28, 1917 in Tooele, Utah to Frank J. and Ghertzi Zappey Spitters. Married Jeanne T. Ny strom August 16, 1948 in the Salt Lake Temple. Graduate of University of Utah. Retired fanner and pharmacist. Former resident of Tooele. Active in Steel Workers Union before moving to Manti Active member of the LDS church, served in the Manti Temple, and was active in the Manti Senior Citizens. Veteran of World War II. Survivors: Wife, Francis; children: Vickie Lynn Spader, West Jordan; Carrie Spader, Tad and Anna Spader, all of Spader Francis; Bill and Tammy Spader, Layton; Myma Spader, Las Vegas, Nevada; Mary Warmoth, Kamas. Grandchildren: Michael, Amber, Taylor, Suzanne, Gregory, William, Christopher, Chari. Sisters: Sarah Allen and Frances Newbold. Preceded in death by three sisters and three broth- ers. Funeral services were held Thursday, July 22, 1933 at' the Woodland Ward Chapel, with graveside services at 4 p.m. in the Manti City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made to the Woodland Ward Missionary Fund. Funeral directors are Olpin Mortuary, Heber City. Little League Tennis News BY WILBUR BRAITHWAITE The local little league tennis team hosted Provo on Monday and won by a 2 count. A singles format was decided upon the coaches and players. Thirteen players saw action. 5-- Results were: Corey Hatch over Duane Swalger, 8 in a battle of two Alex Keeler had steady players; an excellent match defeating Weston Craig Herdman, Bachus played his best of the 9-- nip-and-tu- ck 8-- 5; year, winning from Shane Crandall Nathan Johnson 4 lost to Lance Crandall; Clint 8-- 5; 8-- Kjar outlasted Christensen 8-- 6; Chad Jackson Ogden then lost to C.J. Young, won an extra match from Zack Hall Jon Cox, at No. 7, hit sharp groundstrokes to defeat Trevor Jensen, young Mark Johnson won over Casey in a close match, Johnson, ordan J Thompson lost to Elliott Shawn Kjar, playPalmer, in first his match, lost to ing ared another newJ Guertz, comer, Brady Nielson lost to Brandon Beach Thompson and Nielsen won a tie breaker, doubles from Hall and Guertz; Cox and Mark Johnson won a doubles match from Jensen and Beach, 8-- 2, 8-- 1; 8-- 4; 8-- 5, 8-- 5; 8-- 4; 8-- 2; 7-- 6, iBAaSmspjQ! 6MTW 6-- 4.