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THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 10 Volume II, Issue XVIII September 15, 2000 Announcements Weddings Missionaries Elder Donald Montgomery and Sister Marcene Montgomery of Liberty, will serve in the Illinois Peoria Nauvoo Visitor Center Mission. Their farewell address was held August 27 at the Liberty 1st Ward. Sister Keira Lyn Peart, daughter of Wayne and Sabrina Peart of Eden, will serve in the New York Rochester Mission. Her farewell address was held August 27 at the Eden 1st Ward. Returning Missionaries Elder Bryan R. Bastow, son of Steve and Karen Bastow of Liberty, has returned from the Argentina Mendoza Mission. His homecoming will be held on September 17, 2000 in the Liberty 1st Ward, 2900 N. Highway 162, Eden, at 2:50 p.m. Babcock-Boyle Sarah K. Babcock and Jason L. Boyle were married Saturday, August 19, at the Ogden Nature Center. The bride is a daughter of John and Linda Babcock of Huntsville. Parents of the bridegroom are Dale and Sandra Boyle of North Ogden. Merisa Garcia served as maid of honor. Attendants were Beth Prieve, Becky Boyle and Brigit Babcock. Kenneth Ashworth carried out the duties of best man. Groomsmen were Ben Stratford, Brett Boyle and Travis Boyle. After a wedding trip to Glacier National Park and Canada, the couple will reside in Logan, where they will finish their degrees at Utah State University in December. The bride is majoring in graphic design, and the bridegroom is studying finance. After graduation, the couple will live in Denver. Miller-Shupe Clayton Shupe and Becky Miller were married Friday, September 1, in a garden wedding, at the home of the bride’s parents. The bride is a daughter of Kent and Jane Miller of West Haven. Parents of the bridegroom are Steven and Joni Shupe of Huntsville. A garden reception was held that evening in honor of the couple. Attending the bride were Tracie Kellett as Matron of honor. Bobbie Jo Miller, Katrina Miller, Shambrae Verhaal and Teri Shupe were bridesmaids. Kathryn Miller was flower girl. Attending the bridegroom was Wade Verhaal as best man. Josh Verhaal, Chris Hamblin, Craig Shupe and Ryan Miller were groomsmen. Louis Leonardi was ring bearer. He graduated from Weber High School and works for JB Parson Companies. She graduated from Freemont High School and works for KK Mechanical. They will live in North Ogden after a wedding trip to southern California. Obituaries Robert J. (Bob) Carlquist Elder Bryan R. Bastow Elder Anthony Patrick Froerer, son of Buck and Kathy Froerer of Huntsville, has returned from the Philippines Baguio Mission. He spoke at the Middlefork Ward on August 27. Robert John Carlquist, 58,of Eden, died Wednesday, August 9, 2000, at home following a brief illness. He was born January 7, 1942, in Kearny, New Jersey, the son of Alfred John Carlquist and Janet Jacqueline Coombs Carlquist. He worked for many years as a mechanical engineer and in upper management in the aerospace industry. Survivors include his wife, Cheryl Walker Carlquist of Eden; sisters Frances (Robert) Flanagan of Boca Raton, Florida; and Nancy (Paul) Nagel of Ringwood, New Jersey; WASATCH PAVING & EXCAVATION Located in Huntsville Births Ross and Pat Kelson of Eden are the parents of a new baby girl named Tristen. She was born August 3. Eagle Scouts Joshua Holley, 17, Troop 168, South Ogden LDS 3rd Ward, son of Richard and MaryAnn Holley of Huntsville, has earned his Eagle Scout Award. He is a senior at Ogden High School. Robert Knowles, 15, Troop 248, Middle Fork LDS Ward, son of David and Linda Knowles of Huntsville, has earned his Eagle Scout Award. He is a junior at Weber High School. daughters Karen (Murray) Sinner of Alamogordo, New Mexico; Annmarie (David) Horan of Ramona, California; son Robert John Carlquist, Jr. of San Diego, California; step-daughter Shannon (Rusty) Baker of Harrisville, Utah; eight grandchildren, three nieces and two nephew. In deference to Bob’s wishes, there will be no services. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to IHC Hospice at 3776 Wall Avenue, Ogden, Utah 84405 if you wish. Cremation by Leavitt’s Crematory under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary. ‘WE MAKE IT BLACK’ Asphalt Driveways Patching Sealcoat Application Teen Drivers OK But Their Tale’s All Wet By Kari Lynn Harland Standard-Examiner staff A fun-filled joy ride that included “rooster tailing” in a mud puddle almost ended in tragedy for four Ogden Valley teenagers. When a 16-year-old male drove off the road in a Jeep Cherokee to hit a large mud puddle, his vehicle went out of control, rolled over five times and plunged into Pineview Reservoir. The teenager and three friends were driving home Friday from Weber High in his mother’s Jeep and were approaching a bend in State Road 158 just before the Pineveiw Marina, said Diana Laub, a mother of one of the teenagers. The previous day’s rainstorm had created a large puddle off the side of the road that the driver couldn’t resist driving through. After rooster tailing (spinning the wheels to shoot muddy water in the air) the driver swerved again to get back on the road only to find himself in the wrong lane facing oncoming traffic, Laub said. Still not in control, he swerved one last time trying to get the Jeep back in his own lane. The turn, however, was too sharp, and he went across his lane and over the mountainside. The vehicle rolled down the slope five times, breaking all the windows out of the Jeep before it rolled into the reservoir, the boys told police. Laub said it was lucky the windows broke because it allowed all of the boys to escape before the vehicle quickly sank to the bottom.” “They are very fortunate to be alive,” she said. All four 16-year-olds swam to shore and were treated for minor injuries. The driver told police he was traveling about 50 mph along the road before he went for the mud puddle. It took Star Route Garage and Weber County divers three hours to pull the Jeep, which was a total loss, out of 35 feet of water. The driver was cited for failure to maintain control on a mountain road. Note: This article is being reprinted from the Standard-Examiner by permission. Senior Meals Sealcoat 16 cents per sq. ft. Meals provided at the Ogden Valley Branch Library. LAY NEW*REPLACE OLD*RESTORE EXISTING September 14: Beef Parmigiana, Scalloped Potatoes, Harvard Beets, Tossed Salad with Dressing, Banana Pudding and Cornbread. CALL BEFORE THE WINTER PANIC FOR A FREE ESTIMATE WITH A LICENSED CONTRACTOR. September 21: Turkey Steak with Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Spinach, Red Fruited Gelatin, Heavenly Hash Cake and Cranberry Nut Roll. 745-3006 email: firstname.lastname@example.org September 28: Roast Beef with Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Carrot Medley, Fruit Salad, Cookie and Dinner Roll.