THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 10 Volume VI, Issue V June 15, 2002 Announcements Missionaries Young Womanhood Sister Becky Shupe, daughter of Tom and Sandie Shupe of Liberty, has been called to serve in the El Salvador, San Salvador West Mission. She will be serving as a missionary as well as a health care specialist. She will speak in the Liberty 2nd Ward on June 23 at 10:50 a.m. The following recently received the LDS “Young Womanhood” Gold Medallion Award, which is given to young women who, through six years in the Young Women’s program, complete various projects for personal growth, and church and community service: Kara Carter, 18, daughter of Dale and Debbie Carter of Liberty, is a member of the Liberty 1st Ward. She attends Weber High School. Returning Missionaries Elder Daniel G. Kilgore II, son of Dan and Kay Kilgore of Huntsville, served in the Kentucky Louisville Mission. He will be speaking in the Middleton Ward on June 16. Births Marcie and Curt Ross Summers of Eden had a baby girl on May 15. Jenifer and Jose A. Rueda Jr. White of Liberty had a baby girl on May 16. Amy Miller, 18, daughter of Scott and Jill Miller of Liberty, is a member of the Liberty 1st Ward. She attends Weber High School. Meagan Cae Wadman, 18, daughter of David and Ronda Wadman of Liberty, is a member of the Liberty 1st Ward. S he attends Weber High School. Mary Willson, 18, daughter of Brad and Jami Willson of Liberty, is a member of the Liberty 1st Ward. She attends Weber High School. Please send your announcements & photos to: P O BOX 130 EDEN UT 84310 Announcements are placed free of charge. Summer Program Fun! Camp Adventure lay er yPs t a W Da ft Crays a D Heiner-Thompson Bramwell-Huggard Kristina Heiner and Tyler Stephen Thompson were united in marriage Friday, May 24, at the Bountiful LDS Temple. A reception was held in their honor at the Wight House in Bountiful. The bride is the daughter of Terry and Nadine Allen of Phoenix, Arizona; Garth Heiner of Riverdale; and Max and Suzanne Ferre of Huntsville. The bridegroom is the son of Steve and Cindy Thompson of Layton. The bride graduated from Northridge High School and attends school at Brigham Young University in Hawaii. She is employed by BYU Hawaii in the Admission’s Office. The bridegroom graduated from Northridge High School and served in the Brazil Fortaleza LDS Mission. He attends school at Weber State University. The new couple will reside in Laie, Hawaii, after their honeymoon in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Bramwell of Pleasant View announce the marriage of their daughter Nicolle Bramwell to Douglas Roy Huggard. He is the son of Ellen Huggard of Huntsville, and the late Roy Lee Huggard. They were wed May 25, at the Maddox Reception Center. A family dinner was held in their honor, following the wedding. The bride chose Stefani Harper as her maid of honor, and Brenna Huggard as flower girl. Brian Huggard performed the duties of best man. The bride graduated from Weber High School and Weber State University. She is employed by McKay-Dee Hospital as a nurse. The bridegroom graduated from Weber High School and is employed by Huggard Construction and New Generation Tile. The new couple will live in South Ogden after their honeymoon in Las Vegas. Anniversaries Betty and Don Anderson OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Sunshine Generation Performing Group Weddings Fiel d Tr ips Com put Ava er Classe ilabl s e Don and Betty Anderson of Huntsville celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary March 30, with a family luncheon at the Pantheon Cafe. They were married April 1, 1952, in Elko, Nevada. He was born in Salt Lake City on August 23, 1926, a son of Lillian LaFave Anderson Boren and John “Jack” Boren. He retired from Plumbers and Pipefitters. She was born in Goshen, Idaho on July 24, 1933, a daughter of Earl and Willina Fielding. She retired from Skaggs. Their children and their spouses are Brett and Wendy Wangsgard, Huntsville; Jeff and Connie Wintle, Skull Valley; John and Donita Boulter, Salem; and Vaughn and Wendy Anderson, Huntsville. They have 13 grandchildren. Richard and Laona Rowe Richard and Laona Kelly Rowe of North Ogden celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a garden reception A Trusted Name In Preschool and Childcare Serving Ogden Valley Families Since 1996 Panthers: 5 - 12 years old Tigers: 4 year olds Bears: 3 year olds Monkeys: 2 year olds Various packages to choose from: 1/2 days, full days, daily, weekly and monthly rates available. Overlooking the Ogden Valley Dyan Gill Licensed Utah Realtor Since 1991 Awesome activities including weekly themes, terrific workshops, field trips, waterplay, arts and crafts, science projects, cooking experiences and much more!! FUN! FUN! FUN! Registration begins May 1st. Limited Space Available. Call Today 745-5600 for family and friends at their home, Saturday, June 1. They were married June 2, 1952, in Ogden, at the First Christian Church. He was born and raised in Huntsville. His parents were Nicholas T. and Nancie V. Rowe. He was owner/operator of the Ben Lomond Barber Shop in Ogden, retiring in 1993, after serving the public for 39 years. She was born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado, moving to Ogden in 1949 with family. Her parents were Joseph M. and Mabel M. Kelly. She retired from McKay-Dee Hospital, with 25 years of nursing service. Their children are Steven and Suzette Rowe, Sharon and Kelly Daneluk, and Scott Rowe. Their grandchildren are Justin and Janessa Rowe, and Jackson and Maddisen Daneluk. Their interests include antiquing, auctions, occasional travel, and spending time with family. His hobbies are furniture refinishing and restoration, and gardening. 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