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Messenger-Enterpris- In e, Thursday, May 20, 1993 Page 3 memory of ... Obituaries Becky Meade, daughter of Joan and John Meade, reported on her mission to Arizona, Mesa, in the Ephraim 3rd Ward on Sun- Lillian Day day, May 16. Followingthe meeting, a dinner for family and friends was held at the Meade home. Special guests included Lambertsen Lillian Day Lambertsen, 86, passed away May 14, 1993 in Payson, Utah. She was bom in Fillmore,' Utah, July 29, 1906 to Arthur' and Elizabeth Jane Rowley Day. 1 Shand Tenny Francis and Denise Shand of Manta are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Kim to Richard Tenney, son of Reginald and Yevet Tenney and the late Mary Blair Tenney, on Friday, June 4, 1993 in the Manti LDS Temple. A reception will be held in their honor that evening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Manti Tabernacle. All of their friends and family are invited to attend. Kim is a graduate of Manti High School and Snow College. She served as a full time missionary in the Ohio Columbus Mission. Richard is a graduate ofTay-lo- r High School, Taylor, Arizona. He also serve an LDS mission to Columbus, Ohio and is currently employed with Beismeyer Manufacturing, Mesa, Arizona. The couple will make their home in Mesa, Arizona, where Richard attends school at Mesa Community College. Kim will attend Arizona State University in the fall. Manti Seminary schedules graduation exercises' ,i Manti Seminary graduation will be held Sunday, May 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Manti Tabernacle. All family members and friends are invited to attend. There win be an early morning testimony meeting at the Seminary Building on Monday, May 24 at 6 a.m. Breakfast will be served by the Stake Presidencies at 7 a.m. at the Manti Tabernacle. There will be a reception in the cultural hall for seminary graduates, family and friends after the exercises. The list of participating graduates include: Manti 1st Ward: Karen Barton, Robyn Eliason, Lori Huntsman, Shauna Johnson, Shalynn Jones, Joshua D. Steed, Jane VanLeeuwea Manti 2nd Ward: Jared Bagnall, Craig W. Buchanan, Chris Cox, Dallas M. Cox, Richard P. Box, Tiana J. Hill, Jamie AudrieMarsh,StephanieNuttall, Randon Purcell, Aaron Jason Rice, Robyn Rebecca Walk. Manti 3rd Ward: Nanette Alder, Eleve Anderson, Curt E. Braithwaite, Michelle Catmull, Candice Christiansen, Kelly M. Cox, Brody L. Keisel, Ryan K. Mickelson, LisaPulleyn, Nathan E. Thompson. Manti 4th Ward: Susan Beach, Aaron Chapman, Travis Card of Thanks Alburn and Jennie tyon would like to take this opportunity to thank ounmany relatives and friends and the 4th Ward bishopric and group leaders for the many acts ofkindness during the past two months of illness and hospitalization. The many visits they made to the hospital and still to the home, the beautiful encouraging cards, telephone calls, delicious food, and the youth of our ward and their outstanding leaders who helped with the cleaning of the yards, the devoted Home Health Service, and a sincere thanks for the many prayers offered in Alburns be J. Davis, Kendall :r Ruth Olson has spent several months with her daughters and is now at the Care Center in - Nephi. She would welcome any visitors. t St ' Rose Allie Christensen of Centerfield, also a sister, Fern Day Dastrup of Salt Lake. Her posterity includes eight children, 45 grandchildren, 114 greatgrandchildren and seven great-- Lillian Day Lambertsen great-grandchildre-n. Her main interests were her family. She was an extensive homemaker, and enjoyed was extensive genealogical search. re- Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 18 in the Centerfield LDS Ward Chapel. Burial was in the Fillmore City Cemetery. Elaine Huish Tuttle, 7 0, died suddenly May 15, 1993 in Monticello, Utah She was bora November 10, 1922 in Provo, a daughter of Albert and Rena Choules Huish. She married Ray N. Tuttle June 18, 1941 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Elaine was a noted seamstress and enjoyed making beautiful tricot sheets and nightgowns and crocheting afghans which were sold throughout the state. Grace Hawks has been in the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center for surgery. She plans to come home to Ephraim to Survivors include her husband, Ray N. Tuttle of Ephraim; three daughters and one son: Jorene Watson, Las Vegas, Nev.; Janet Warner, MonticellojConnie Dow, Tooele; and Albert Ray Turrle, Salford, Ariz.; 20 grandchildren, three Logan, Raymond and Gaye Baker and family of Cedar City, DeLoy and Kerin Baker of Lewiston, Delbert and Patty Schaffer, Heidi, Shane, and Austin Argyle and Michael Schuller, all of Salt Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Greenwood of Richfield and Jason Baker of Logan. great-grandchildre- n. Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 19 in the SpanWard Chapel.' ish Fork 2nd-9t- h A daughter, Louise Jensen, was in charge of the reunion. Her two sons and their wives, Max and Janis Jensen of Moab, and Brent and Mary Jensen ofWest Valley City helped with the de- tails. The families enjoyed visiting, barbecued turkey dinner, show and tell time with special familyitems being shared, araffle and the distribution of a booklet on the lives of Andrew activi, and Katie were part of the 22-pa- ge ties. Also on display was a replica of the old homestead of Andrew and Katie, as it was when their nine children were growing up. Roland Olsen ofEphraim crafted this to scale. The last activity of the reunion was a tour of locations, such as the family home, now owned by Joe and Sandra Breinholt, and the cemeteries were family members have been buried. SENIOR CITIZEN NEWS A son of Barry and Tamara Baker, Jeremy, gave his homecoming address in the Ephraim 2nd Ward on Sunday, May 16. Jeremy returned from the Germany, Hamburg mission. Many friends and family members came to the Baker home for a special family dinner afterward. Those attending were grandparents Harold and Melba Baker of Elaine Tuttle On Saturday, May 15, a successful family reunion was held at the Ephraim City Park for the descendants of James Andrew and Katie Christensen Olsen. Over 100 family members were Thursday, May 20 will be the monthly dinner at 6:30 p.m. at the Center. Suggested donation is $3.00. Please bring your own dishes. Alocal quartet consisting of David Wallingford, Neal Cox, LynnPoulson and Marlin Mason will perform. Monday, May 24 will be a special breakfast at 9 am. at the Center. Bring your own dishes. Suggested donation is $2.00. to make Phone Delila at283-437- 8 reservations. Transportation is available for all activities, doctor office appointments, congregate meals, 0 etc. if you need them. Call to make arrangements. Donations are accepted. 283-631- In An Emergency Dial "911" C. Henningson, Kristina Marie Holley, Brandon Nordell, Paul Williams, Kara J.- HISTORIC SPRING CITY HERITAGE DAYS K. Young. Spring City Ward: Louis Jackman i' ; Survivors include children Otto Ardell, of Salina, Arthur Delane of Parowan, Mrs. Jerry (Mary Larane) Bradley ofJerusalem, Israel, Max Phil, ofMayfield, Keith Paul of Green River and Shand and Richard Tenney Angie ofBountiful were also able to be there. Other family members joined with brothers Steven and David and his wife, Candy in welcoming Becky home. i LDS Temple. She resided in Dayton, ED; Los Angeles, CA; Lancaster, CA; Elsinore, UT; Aurora, UT; Salt Lake City, UT and Centerfield, UT. IGm ' ls She married Otto Christian Lambertsen Jan. 12, 1927 in. Richfield, Utah. Marriage solemnized March 28, 1957intheManti She was preceded in death by her husband, Otto Christian Lambertsen, son, Robert LeVoy, daughter, Lillian Carol Snow. " t grandmothers, Laura Nelson, Ephraim and MargaretMeade of Bountiful. An aunt, Marna Wilcox and cousins Tina and in attendance. . Ephraim 1st Ward: Amy Elizabeth Andreasen, Brandon P. Olson, Steven Perschon, Misty Otten. FAMILY DANCE FEATURING "FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN Ephraim 2nd Ward: Heather Baker, Mark K. Bartholomew, Travis Cartright, Tyler R. Larsen, Teresa Camille Lindsay, Benjamin D. Madsen, Spencer Price, KariLyn Schiffman, Garrett SeibL Ephraim 3rd Ward: James Adam Bateman, Monika Bolli, Keith Callister, Katherine Niki Gordon, Jeff D. Higham, Joseph Jackson, Holly Anne Jacobsen, Dani Neeley, Kerry D. Nielson, Eric Peterson, Carlynn Willmore. Fin-linso- n, Ephraim 4th Ward: Robert C. Anderson, Ryan D. Anderson, Allison Dean, Shelly Olsen, Wendy Olson, Kristen Ephraim Desirae Van-Orma- n. 5th Ward: Anderson, Keri Blackham, Andria Boston, Alese Grace Christensen, Matthew J. Christensen, Jeremy Bruce Peterson, Addie Lynne Sharpe. two year certificate. three year certificate. half. Thank all of you. We are happy to report that Alburn is getting stronger and SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1993 7:30-11:0- 0 improving each day. New Spring City Elementary School 453 East 100 North Spring City Sincerely, Alburn and Jennie Lyon Poppy Drive The American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoringits annual Veterans Poppy Drive. Members ofthe Auxiliary will be going door to door to ask for donations. Proceeds to go the veterans VA Hospital. Please be the at generous. P.M. Admission by Donation: $4.00Person OR $12.00Family of 4 Tickets availableat the door or at the following locations: Sew and Save, Mt. Pleasant; Ephraim Co-o- p; Proceeds from the dance and the days festivities will go toward the restoration of the historic Spring City Elementary School.