1962 Max Carrigan Wedding
MRS. MAX CARRIGAN Double-Ring Ceremony Unites Ogden Couple St. Joseph's Catholic Church provided the setting for .the marriage ceremony uniting in marriage the former Miss Sherrie Ann Torman and Max I. Carrigan. Rev. James Semple officiated at the double-ring ceremony before, an altar decorated with arrangements of greens and chrysanthemums in autumn shades. Following the rites, the couple was honored at a reception at the Kopper Kottage. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Charles Torman, 866 North St. Mr. Carrigan is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Carri- gau* 4215 Edgehill Drive. For her wedding and reception, tne new bride was lovely in a full-length creation of Chantilly lace, styled with scalloped Sabrina neckline and long tapered sleeves. The bouffant'skirt, scalloped at the hemline was fashioned of scalloped lace ruffles. Her shoulder-length veil fell softly from a rolled rose. The bride was attended by sister, Mrs. Weston Poulson, as matron of honor, Mrs. Kenter Labrecque, Miss LaVpn Rasmussen, Miss Colleen Carrigan and Miss Dyann Hansen. They wore flowered organza frocks and carried bouquets of bronze chrysanthemums. Jim Carrigan, brother of the bridegroom, performed duties of best man. Ushers were Rudy Lucero, Jaeobsen, DeRoy Monson and Kemp. Following a honeymoon trip to San Francisco, the couple will reside in Ogden.