Ferguson-Feagles Marriage

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Gei The be- tall Mr. the in gown white a em She at Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fogies -- Ingeborg Studio Photo Theresa Ferguson And Raymond Fegles Wed WINLOCK -- The Sacred 1 eart Catholic church, dccorat- d with lavender and white gla- ioli, was the setting for the une 26 wedding of Theresa Feruson and Raymond Fegles. The ouble ring ceremony was sol- mnized by the Rev. Conan ,ee. The bride is the niece of Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Roppert, Win- ock, and the bridegroom is the on of Albert Fegles, Vader. Mrs. Kverett Voie, Winlock, [ as the vocal soloist, accompa- icd by Mrs. John Gibbs, also f Winlock. Given in marriage by her rather, Jack Ferguson, of a, the bride wore a full- englh gown of imported silk or- anza over taffeta fashioned 'ith a portrait neckline, long apered sleeves and a chapel rain. The fitted bodice was de- ailed with sequin embroidered ace which extended in a panel own the front of the A-l i n e kirt. Her silk illusion veil was eld by a seed pearl trimmed rown and she carried a cascad- ng bouquet of white roses and white orchid. Carol Longsirie was maid of lonor. She wore a sleeveless avender silk brocade dress with i bell shaped skirt, and a head- liece of net and lavender roses. L nosegay of pink and white oses were her bouquet. Similarly attired were bridesmaids Lyla Myhre, Winlock and Carole Jones, Vader. John Watson, Vader, was best man and the ushers were Denlis Longsine, Winlock and Ronnie McGinnis, Vader. Karen Bredl, Tacoma, was flower girl, and ring bearer was Brian Ferguson, Klma. Mrs. Roppert chose a beige harkskin suit with white ac essories for the wedding of he iece. Her corsage as of cora osebuds. Bouquets of pink, lavende: nd white flowers decorated thi it. Urban Grange hall for lh eception. Assisting at the re eption were Mrs. Bert Cohb iremerton, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Walter Lippert, Mi on, cousin of the bride, wh erved the bride's cake. Mr.« Jobert Meier, aunt of the bride :nd Mrs. Herbert Zwiefelhofcr 'e Ell, sister of the bridegroom Mured. Others assisting 'were Mrs rene Schaefer, Mrs. Joe Lim mer, Mrs. Ed Peterson and )ora Bremgartner, all of Wit ock. Also, Mrs. Howard Ed wards, Coos Bay, Ore., siste if the bride, Mrs. Jack Fergu on, Carol Edwards, and Laur and Philip Fegles, sister an brother of the bridegroom. For the wedding trip, the vore a navy and white suit navy accessories. She wa jraduated from Winlock h i g school and is employed by Pa cific Northwest Bell. The bridi »room was graduated from Ti edo high school and is no serving with the U.S. Nav They will make their home in San Diego, Calif. a ? Officers Installed Jointly TENINO -- New officers of the William T. Mullaney post, American Legion, and its auxiliary were installed jointly the

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  1. The Daily Chronicle,
  2. 20 Jul 1965, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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