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Natalie Kemple
Dean Martineau

Dean Martineau and Natalie Kemple will be married on Aug. 6. Dean is the son of Stanley D. and Vicky Martineau of Price andNatalie is the daughter of Clifford and Saralee Kemple of Orangeville. Their reception will be held at the Helper Lion's Park in Helper on Aug. 6 from 7-10 p.m. Their marriage will be solemnized at the Manti Temple.

Amanda Jean Butler
Jesse Williams

Larry and Roberta Butler and Ellis and Cindi Pierce announce the marriage of their daughter Amanda Jean Butler to Jesse Williams, the son of Barbara Williams and the late Roderick Williams.

The couple will be married Aug. 7 at Log Haven in Salt Lake City. A reception to honor the newlyweds will be held that evening at the Williams residence in Wanship. An open house will be held in Price at the Carbon Country Club on Aug. 14.

The have made their home in Layton where they are working and continuing their educations.

Teri O'Neil
Tyson Ekker

Teri O'Neil and Tyson Ekker have chosen to be married on Aug. 7 in the Manti LDS Temple.

Parents of the bride are Greg and Cheryl O'Neil, former residents of Orangeville, now of Green River, Wyo. Parents of the groom are Kyle and Ruth Ann Ekker of Huntington.

Friends and family are welcome to attend a reception in their honor at the Huntington Stake Center on Aug. 7 from 6-8 p.m.

Shandie Huntington
Steven Ewell

Doug and Sandra Huntington of Orangeville announce the marriage of their daughter Shandie to Steven Ewell, son of Jeff and Gayle Ewell of Ferron. They have chosen together Aug. 7 to be married in the Manti LDS Temple. A garden reception will be held that evening from 7-9 p.m. at the home of the bride's parents, 70 North Mill Dam Road.

Steven graduated from Emery High School in 2001. He served a two year LDS mission to Samara, Russia. He attended Dixie College and will be attending Southern Utah University in the fall.

Shandie graduated from Emery High School in 2003. She attended Evans Hairstyling College in Cedar City and graduated in June.

The couple will make their home in Cedar City.

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