Jacqueline Jondahl marriage to Loren Talbot 1954
Mendocino Count/s omen FERDINA REINHOLT, Women's EdOm Evening Church Ceremony Unites Popular Ukiah Pair En route to Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, are Loren Boyd Talbot and his bride, the former Jacqueline Kae Jondahl, whose marriage took place Wednesday evening in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in this city, Boyd, who is the son of Mr, and Mrs, Loren Talbot of 290 Mendocino Drive, just^ completed his basic training «t Fort Ord and has been ordered to report for duty nt Kort Slonmouth on July 9. The trip jEast will bo the popular young couple's honeymoon nnd they will 3pcotc housekeeping quarters on Ihelr arrival. - Gladiolus and stock decorated Xhe altar where John D, Murdock 3Jf Santa Rosa, president of the -•^ntter Day Saints church rood the •wedding service at 7 o'clock. - Jacqueline, beautiful^daughter of Sir. ond Mrs. Thoma.s'W. Jondahl gf 628 South State street, was es- -corted to the altar by her father. She was radiant in a delicate gown Tof sheer white nylon over taffeta, •with tight three quarter length Sleeves, a Peter Pan collar and tiny buttons up the front of the top, and ballerina length bouffant skirt on which countless daisies wore .stitched. Iter fingertip length vol! was of illusion net and was held In place by a tiara adorned with orange blossoms. Her bouquet was of while carnations and a lavender centered orchid. The Drido's twin sister Geraldlne Mac Jondahl, was her only attendant. Geraldlne wore a duplicate of her sister's gown except that it was pale blue, tho sleeves were short and the full skirt was not adorned with flowers. Her bouquet FOR HOME DELIVERY of your Groceries & Meats DIAL HO 2-4289 was of yellow onrnatlons'. The bride's brother, Thomas W. Johdahl, who Is with the Army at Fort Ord, performed best man duties. Ushers were Gordon Hilton and Carl MIddlcton, both of Ukiah, Before the ceremony Mrs. Larry Clark of Potter Valley sang O promise Me and because, playing her own accompaniment at the organ. Mrs. Jondahl donned a sheer gray nylon dress and white accessories for her daughter's wedding. The dress was cut with short sleeves and pleated, street length skirt, and she wore a lavender orchid corsage. Mrs. Talbot, the bridegroom's mother, chose a sheer print, small red figures on a white background, also street length, and her accessories were red. She, too, pinned on an orchid corsage. The guests, numbering more than 175, wont from the chapel to the church social hall for the reception that followed the ceremony. A four-tiered wedding cake was cut and served with ice cream In the form of wedding bells, and punch. The bride's table was covered with a white lace cloth and flanking the lovely cake were arranements of pale lavendar hydrangea. Mrs. Ralph Grass of Sacramento, the bride's aUnt, had charge of the guest book, and the girls attending the gift tables were Wanda McCosker, Sue Hitchcock and Clau- dlne Talbot, the latter the bridegroom's sister. When Jacqueline began her wedding trip she wore a light gr.jn suit with white accessories. Among guests from out of town were the bridegroom's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Walker and three children of Gey- servllle; and aunts of the bride, Mrs. Fred Mullenlx and five children of Sacramento; Mr. and Mrs. Mel Muskopt and three children of Camlno; and Mrs^ Grass of Sac- ramehto. • ' Jacqueline completed her junior year at Ukiah high school last month. In addition to her twin sis- tor who served as maid of honor, she has an older sister, Mrs. Stanley Secretan of Waco, Texas, whose husband Is stationed there with the Air Force, and who was unable to attend the wedding.