JOHN THOMPSON ROWLEY AND JANE PAUL FAMILY NEWS;
August 30, 1956, in the Salt Lake Temple, Clark Harris Day was married to Darlene Huff. Clark is a son of Luke and Marjorie Smith Day. Luke is a son of Elizabeth Jane Rowley Day, who was a daughter of John Thompson Rowley.
March 29, 1957 in the Manti Temple, Max Phil Lambertsen was married to Joann White. Max is a son of Otto and Lillian Day Lambertson. Lillian is a daughter of Elizabeth Jane Rowley, a daughter of John Thompson Rowley. The couple honeymooned in Arizona, Mexico and California. While in California they went through the Los Angeles Temple. They are now making their home in Richfield, Utah.
On the same day their son was married, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lambertson (Lillian Day), March 29, were sealed in the Manti Temple for time and eternity. They had the following children sealed to the; Lillian Carol, Arthur Delane, Mary Lorane, Max Phil, Keith Paul and Rose Allie.
May 22, 1956, Bradley Kim Lambertson was born to Ardell and Shirly Humphrey Lambertson. Ardell is a son of Lillian Day Lambertson, a daughter of Elizabeth Jane Rowley Day, who was a daughter of John Thompson Rowley.
Little Tamara Valerie Johnson, born September 20, 1956 to Willis and Reva Zufelt Johnson, Willis is a son of Richard Johnson and Verda Day Johnson Hotchkiss. Verda is a daughter of Elizabeth Jane Rowley Day, a daughter of John Thompson Rowley.
On November 13, 1955, Gary Lee Shepherd, was born to Calvin and Ellamay Starley Shepherd. Ellamay is a daughter of Fern Day Starley Stewart, a daughter of Elizabeth Jane Rowley Day, a daughter of John Thompson Rowley.
A boy was born to Hugh and Violet Grace Rowley Byrd on March 23, 1957. They named him Larry Dale Byrd. Violet is a daughter of Emerson A. Rowley, a son of Hugh Thompson Rowley, a son of John Thompson Rowley and Jane Paul.
A/3C Leon Stringham Johnson is now stationed on the Island of Guam. He is a son of the already mentioned Richard Johnson and Verda Day Johnson Hotchkiss.
Eiko Eatskeyama Moulton passed all tests and took the oath to obtain her citizenship papers. She is a native of Japan. Her husband is Arlo Lavere Moulton, a son of Basil and Eldra Day Moulton. Eldra is a daughter of Elizabeth Jane Rowley Day.
A baby boy was born to Robert and Opal Rowley Cutler on Jan. 15, 1957 and was named James Rowley Cutler. Opal is a daughter of Francis Hugh Rowley and Erma Thornton, Francis is a son of Hugh Thompson Rowley, a son of John Thompson Rowley and Jane Paul.
A girl was born to Miland and Willie Rowley March 4, 1957, and they named her Terrie. Miland is a son of the above mentioned Francis H. Rowley.
Noland T. Rowley, also a son of Francis H. Rowley, is serving in the Armed Forces in Germany. He has seen and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Smith. Mrs. Smith is the former Grace Rowley, a daughter of David W. Rowley, a brother to Frances H. Rowley. The Smith’s and their family of three girls and one boy are also stationed in Germany, in the Armed Forces.
Clayton A. Rowley, son of David W. Rowley has been transferred to Fort Bragg, California and is now First Counselor in the Branch Presidency there in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He is enjoying his missionary labors very much.
We wish to extend our wishes for a complete recovery to Mrs. Eva Stoddard, daughter of Ralph N. Rowley, a son of John Thompson Rowley and Jane Paul; she underwent an operation during the month of January. She lives in Southern California.
CORRECTION: in our last issue we reported the birth of twin boys born to Gladys Rowley and Dale Anderson, it read as follows: “On Jan. 19, 1957 twin boys, Lonnie and Leo Anderson, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson. The mother was the former Gladys Rowley, daughter of John Emerson and Florence Rowley, of Charlo, Montana, who was the son of John Thompson Rowley, who was the son of John Thompson Rowley and Jane Paul.”
The correct announcement should read: “Twin sons, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson, the mother was the former Gladys Rowley, daughter of Emerson Leon Rowley, who was the son of John Emerson Rowley, a son of John Thompson Rowley, son of John Thompson Rowley and Jane Paul.”
The following is an invitation we received from Emerson Leon Rowley,
“I would like to extend to the readers of your paper and invitation that any of them who might be up this way—Ravalli, Montana, on Highway #93 at the junction of #10A, 32 miles north-west of Missoula, we would appreciate having them stop at the Post Office and look us up. It is surprising how few people mentioned in your paper that we have had the privilege of meeting.
“May the Lord bless you and those laboring with you and in carrying out this fine work.” P.S. am enclosing my check for $5.00, one dollar subscription, $2.00 organization dues, and $2.00 just to help where you need it.
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