Irv and Pearl Ugent wedding announcement
Weddings Goldstein-Ugent Goldstein-Ugent Goldstein-Ugent In the chapel at Camp Adair, Ore., on September 14, Major Maurice Hirshberg joined in marriage marriage Miss Pearl Goldstein, daugh- daugh- J ' sS f y'-w y'-w y'-w iarsnr I 11 7 V r Z MRS. IRVING UGENT ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goldstein, Goldstein, N. Forty-fifth Forty-fifth Forty-fifth street, and Pvt. Irving Ugent, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ugent. N. Forty-fifth Forty-fifth Forty-fifth street. The bride was attended by Miss Pearl Merchick of Albany, Ore., and Miss Merchick's young sister and brother were the flower girl and ring-bearer. ring-bearer. ring-bearer. Lt. Carl Yaillen of Milwaukee, the bride's cousin, was the best man. Pvt. Larry Wendorf of Milwaukee also witnessed witnessed the ceremony. After an eleven-day eleven-day eleven-day honeymoon in Portland, Ore., Pvt. Ugent left for duty in the Pacific theater. Mrs. Ugent has returned to Milwaukee Milwaukee and is making her home with her parents. ! V j ill ! X;: i i ; ! I honey-! ; ; '