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The Ogden Valley news Page Volume XV Issue XIV July 1, 2008 Announcements Births Luke Bastow Weddings Luke Stephen Bastow was born June 17, 2008, weighing 8 lbs. 15.5 oz., and was 21 inches long. Luke is the son of Bryan and Emily Bastow of Spanish Fork, Utah. Thrilled grandparents are Stephen and Karen Bastow of Liberty and Douglas and Sharon Lyons of South Jordan. Great-grandparents are Homer and Louise Bastow of Holladay; Kaye Dickson Ashby of Lake Shore; Tamara Phelps of Fruit Heights; Richard and Marian Lindsay of South Jordan; and Owen and Nell Lyons of Greenville, South Carolina. Young Womanhood Awards Several young women from the Middleton Ward have earned their Young Woman Recognition Award, which is presented to young women who, Emily and Samuel Richards through the Young Woman’s program of Allred - Richards the Church of Jesus Emily Diane Allred and Samuel Christ of Latter-day Browning Richards were united in marSaints, complete goals for personal growth, and church and community service. riage on June 20 in the Bountiful LDS Temple. The ceremony was officiated by Dale T. Browning. A reception was held in their honor at the Castlebrook Reception Center in Layton. She chose Melissa Allred as her maid of honor. Michael Richards and Robby Johnson shared the duties of best man. The bride is the daughter of Von and Diane Allred of Marriott-Slaterville. She graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing and is currently employed at the McKay-Dee Surgical Center. Parents of the bridegroom are Stephen R. Richards and Christine Browning Richards of Eden. He is also a graduate of WSU and is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration at the University of Utah. He served in the Arkansas Little Rock LDS Mission and is employed at Wells Fargo Bank as a branch manager. The new couple will live in Ogden after their honeymoon to St. Lucia. Anniversaries Jerald and Shirley Deem Shown above, from Engstrom left to right, are Shay Weaver, daughter of Suzanne and Steve Weaver; Allyson Hubbard, daughter of Jan and Jerald and Shirley Deem Engstrom James Hubbard; and Dannie and Demi Ybarra, daughters of Michelle and Dano Ybarra. celebrated their 50 th wedding anniversary with family and friends at an open Not shown is Mattie McConnell, daughter of Denise and Rob McConnell. house on June 21 at their residence. They were married in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on June 27, 1958. They have lived in Huntsville most Elder Miles of their lives, and have six children and Doyle Dittmore, nine grandchildren. Their children are Susan and Vern son of Doyle and Maas, Parker, CO; Kathleen Engstrom, Laura Dittmore of Huntsville, has gden alley ews Vancouver, WA; Jeanette and Rich Tregeagle, Sandy; Michael and KeNan been called to serve Engstrom, Huntsville; James Engstrom, in the Australia Huntsville; and Nathan and Elisa Adelaide Mission Engstrom, Dayton, OH. for the Church of Jesus Christ of Announcements are Latter-day Saints. placed free of charge. He entered the MTC on June 25. Miles Dittmore Missionaries Please send your announcements & photos to: O V n P O BOX 130 eden UT 84310 Shirley and Jerald Engstrom A National Prayer Thomas Jefferson Almighty God, who has given us this good land For our heritage, we humbly beseech Thee That we may always prove ourselves a people mindful Of Thy favor and glad to do Thy will. Calcium Hal Roe,Pharmacist, Owner Pharmacist Hal Roe, Owner Valley Pharmacy 2555 N Wolf Creek Dr Eden, Utah 84310 M-F 9-7, Sat 10-2, Sun-Closed 801-745-1800 Fax 801-745-0600 Taking calcium--either through diet or supplements--is like making deposits into a bone bank account. If you keep a healthy balance of this mineral, your body is able to build and maintain bone, which is a living ever changing tissue. Not only does calcium keep bones and teeth healthy, it also helps with clotting blood, sending signals between nerves, and regulating heart rhythms. But if you fail to make calcium "deposits," your body starts to pull calcium out of your bones and "overdraws your account. Worse than a painful overdraft fee however, is the osteoporosis that this can cause. Valley Pharmacy $25 Gift Card With New Or Transferred Prescription Valid at Various National Retailers and Restaurants Void where restricted by law or insurance company or on prescriptions transferred from other Health Mart Pharmacies. Limit one per household. Expires July 15, 2008 Bless our land with honorable industry, Sound learning, and pure manners. Save us from violence, discord, and confusion; From pride and arrogance, and from every evil way. Defend our liberties, and fashion into one united people The multitude brought hither out of many kindreds and tongues. Endow with the spirit of wisdom those to whom in Thy Name We entrust the authority of government, And that through obedience to Thy law, We may show forth Thy praise Among the nations of the earth. In time of prosperity, Fill our hearts with thankfulness, Our trust in Thee to fail; All of which we ask Through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.