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Weddings

Kristen Andrews
David Barton

Rene and Teresa Andrews of Price announce the marriage of their daughter, Kristen Nicole Andrews, to David Allen Barton, the son of Don and Lorraine Barton of Bountiful.

The couple will be married May 7 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple.

A reception will be presented in the newlyweds honor that evening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building.

A graduate of Carbon High School, Kristen is a senior at Utah State University. David is a graduate of USU.


Danae Jewkes
Cory Dunn

Danae Jewkes and Cory Dunn will be married May 7 in the Manti LDS Temple.

A reception and dance will be presented in the newlyweds honor that evening from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Price 4th LDS Ward building.

Danae is a 1998 graduate of Carbon High School and College of Easterm Utah's nursing program. She served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Taiwan and is employed by Clearskin Dermatology. Her parents are Steven and Natasha Jewkes.

Cory is a 1998 graduate of Sevier High School and attends the University of Utah, working toward a degree in pharmacology. He served an LDS mission to San Diego, Calif., and is employed by Cardon Healthcare Network. His parents are Rex and Janice Dunn.


Melissa Temple
Joseph Allred

Steve and Denise Temple of Chelmsford, Mass., announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Temple, to Joseph A. Allred, the son of Richard and Audrey Allred of Carbonville.

Melissa is a 1995 graduate of Chelmsford High School and received a bachelor's degree from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. She is employed as a social worker with the Massachusetts Department of Social Services in Leominster, Mass. Joseph received a bachelor of science from Southern Utah University and a master's of science degree from Springfield College. He is employed as a supervisor with Key Program in Worchester, Mass.

A June wedding is planned.


Lindsay Kay
Jonathan Kelly

Terry and Lori Kay announce the marriage of their daughter, Lindsay Jan Kay, to Jonathan Paul Kelly, the son of Kent and Paulette Kelly.

The couple will be married May 15.

Friends and family will honor the newlyweds at a reception that evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Huntington LDS Stake Center, located at 215 North Main.


Jacki Krebs
Chet Houskeeper

Jacki Krebs and Chet Houskeeper have chosen May 8 to be married.

The newlyweds will be honored at a reception that evening starting a 7 p.m. at the Price Holiday Inn banquet room.

Jackie is the daughter of Nanalee Taylor and Jack Krebs. Chet is the son of Chester and Vivian Houskeeper.


Bobbi Jo Martinez
Jared Gunter

Audrey and Randall Dimick announce the marriage of their mother, Bobbi Jo Martinez, to Jared E. Gunter.

The couple were married April 24 at Pioneer Park.

The parents of the bride are Joe Martinez Jr. of Price and Kathy Skiera of Grand Junction, Colo. The groom's parents are Kenny and Cathy Gunter of Huntington.


Nancy Slama
Thomas Martinez

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slama announce the marriage of their daughter, Nancy Ann Slama, to Thomas P. Martinez.

The couple were married May 1.


Jessica Snow
Stayler McOmie

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Snow of Orangevillle announce the marriage of their daughter, Jessica Snow, to Stayler McOmie, the son of Doug and Nola McOmie of West Jordan. They will be married May 7 in the Jordon River LDS Temple. Family and friends will honor the newlyweds at a reception that evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Orangeville LDS cultural hall, 100 South Main. There will be an open house May 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Wakefield cultural hall, 9525 S. Wakefield Way, West Valley City.

Jessica graduated from Emery High School in 2001. She attended College of Eastern Utah and Southern Utah University. She is employed in Salt Lake City. Stayler graduated from Kearns High in 2000 and served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Warsaw, Poland. He attends Salt Lake Community College and works at 4 Life Research. The couple will make their home in Salt Lake City while continuing their schooling.





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