Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
CANDLELIGHT RITES Wedding Bells Ring For Miss Bradford Candlelight lent beauty to the scene Monday evening when Miss Venna Jean Bradford became the bride of Richard Ferre. Scene of the 7:30 p.m. rites was Memorial house in Memory park, with Otis Peirce officiating at double-ring ceremony. The couple recited vows before an altar decorated in wedding bells and garlands of crysanthe- mums ,and woodwardla. Reception followed. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Ona Bradford of Draper, was lovely in a gown of white French lace fashioned with bertha collar beaded in pearls, illusion yoke and fuli skirt cascading into court train. Her finger-tip veil of filmy bride's illusion fell from a scalloped crown of matching lace, and she carried a bouquet of Phalacnopsis and three perfectly matched hybrid orchids, , Attending her sister as maid of honor was Miss Pauline Brad- ford.' Mrs. J. B. Ferre was attending matron, and-Miss Lor< raine Orgill and Miss .Reta Whetman were bridesmaids. Their dresses were identically styled in nile green taffeta, with basque girdles.in a darker shade of green, full skirt* and fishtail ruffles caught with dark green velvet bows. They carried novelty baskets with detachable white glamellia corsages. Tiny Rachel Ballard was flower girl, Buel Ferre was ring- bearer. J. B. Ferre stood as best man for the bridegroom, son of Mrs. Eugenia Ferre, 259 W. 1st North. Norman Rasmussen, Eugene Millerberg and Frank Sessions were ushers. Mrs. Bradford greeted guests in black crepe, while Mrs. Ferre selected midnight. Both wore corsages, of white glamelllas. For her honeymoon trip to Utah parks and Las-Vegas, the new "Mrs. -Ferre donned navy with navy accessories.