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Tiffany Phillips
Bryan Harrison

Kevin and Janneke Phillips announce the marriage of their daughter Tiffany Nicole to James Bryan Harrison, the son of Herman and Angela Harrison on June 5.

A reception will be held in their honor that evening at the Carbon Country Club, 3055 North Highway 6 in Helper, from 6-8 p.m. Dancing will follow reception.

Tara Woolley
Mark Oveson

Mr. and Mrs. Bret Lane Pearson and the late Wayne Ford Woolley of Kaysville announce the marriage of their daughter Tara Lyn to Mark R. Oveson. He is the son of Paul and Sandra Oveson of Cleveland. Their marriage will take place on June 3 in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. A reception in their honor will be held June 5 from 6-8 p.m. in the Cleveland LDS Church.

Tara is a graduate of Davis High School. Mark graduated from Emery High and later served a mission for the LDS Church in the France Paris Mission.

Tara is the granddaughter of Keith and Marilyn Woolley of Farmington, and Wincislao Manisan and Mercedge Antipolo of the Philippines. Mark is the grandson of Ellis and RaLene Oveson of Cleveland, and Keith and Bonnie Rasmussen of Orangeville.

The couple plans to begin their lives together in Price where they will continue their education at College of Eastern Utah.

Mariann Valentine
Nathan Thomas

Nathan and Mariann have chosen June 5 to be married in the St. George Temple. Marianne is the daughter of Steven and Paulette Valentine of Brigham City. She is a 2003 graduate from Bear River High. Nathan is the son of Charles and Kandis Thomas of Castle Dale. He is a 1998 graduate of Emery High. Nathan and Mariann plan on continuing their education at College of Eastern Utah in Price. A reception will be held for the couple on June 26 at the Ballard residence in Tremonton.

Vanessa J. Harvery
Jared V. Ewell

Vannessa Harvey and Jared Ewell were married in the Manti Temple on May 28. A reception will be held in their honor June 4 at the Old Santaquin Stake Center from 6-8 p.m.

The couple will reside in Santaquin where they both will work and continue their college education. Vanessa is currently working as a medical receptionist and a seamstress. Jared is currently a building contractor and a goldsmith at Simpsons Jewelry in Orem.

MaryBeth Snow
Cordell Cook

Ms. Robin Snow and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snow are announcing the marriage of their daughter MaryBeth to Cordell Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Cook, on June 4. A garden reception will be held in the newlyweds honor that evening from 7-9 p.m. at 710 North 100 East in Castle Dale.

Erin Jeppson
Reuben Anderson

Erin Lynne Jeppson and Reuben Lynn Anderson have chosen to be married in the Manti LDS Temple on June 4. Parents of the bride are Steve and Shelly Jeppson. Parents of the groom are Sherrill Lynn and Carmen Anderson.

A reception will be held in their honor on June 4 from 6-8 p.m. at the Orangeville Church House, 45 West 100 South. An open house will also be held on June 5 from 3-5 p.m. at the Fairview Church House, 122 South State Street.

Anna Marie Quarnberg
Jordon Del Leamaster

Anna Marie Quarnberg and Jordon Del Leamaster have chosen June 5 to be married in a garden ceremony in Mapleton. Jordon and Anna are both graduates of Emery High School and will be continuing their education at College of Eastern Utah. A reception will be held that evening in their honor in Mapleton from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Anna is the daughter of Chris and Shari Quarnberg and Will and Janine Holdaway. Jordon is the son of Ellie O'Neil and the late Del Bert (Doby) Leamaster.

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