Oregon statesman 8/24/1947
10 Th Stat man. Salem. Oregon. Sunday. August 24, 1947 Afternoon Rites Said The wedding of Mrs. Evelyn Ilaymond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A'. P. Kearns, to Donald M. Vetter, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Vetter of Yakima will be read by the Rev. Herman Allen of Portland at 2 o'clock thii afternoon. The ceremony will be at the First Presbyterian church. The bride will be given in marriage by her father, and will wear a street length dress of forest green made with long sleeves, v-neckline and draped skirt. A gold brooch will ornament the gown. The bridal bouquet is to be of L "Friends wonder how I i stay I looking so young" Mil, KSTOM rtMO FIOWR SIAVTT TO PAMNO KN Does the Spring Flower kesuty of your face and throat skin white roses. Mrs. David Gerig, the bride's sister will be Iter only attendant and the will be gowned in black Jersey, with a white hat and white bouquet. . Chester Whitney will come from Yakima to be his cousin's best man and ushers will be George Whltcny, Yakima, another cousin and Paul II. Kimmel, the bride's brother-in-law. Mrs. Kimmel will be the vocal soloist, and Miss Lois Kearns will play the violin. They are sisters of the bride. Mrs. D. B. Kliehege will be organist. Mrs. Kearns has selected a dress of aqua crepe with which she will wear white accessories and a gardenia corsage. Mrs. Vetter will wear black crepe, white accessories and gardenias. At the reception which will follow the wedding, Mrs. Mary E. Mulkey will be in charge, Mrs. Eugene Crothers will cut the cake and Mrs. Richard Rasencrans, Mrs. Ruben Ditchen of Silverton and Miss Helen Austin will serve. Mrs. Chester Whitney will be In charge of gifts. When the couple leaves on the honeymoon to the Oregon peaches, the bride will be wearing a suit of hunter's green, made with full-sleeved Jacket, and a corsage of white roses. Her accessories will be black. They will live In Yakima.