2 November 1938
Dorothy Tame Honored at Bridal Parties Announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C .Tame, 603 East Sixty-fourth South street, of the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Dorothy Tame, to Jesse Austin Fcrre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ferre, 1696 East Thirty-third South street, the ceremony to be performed on November 12. The marriage will take place in the Salt Lake L. D. S. temple and a rece'ption will be held in the evening at Memorial house in Memory Memory park. A personal shower will be given for the bride-elect Wednesday evening evening by Miss Helen Bramwell at her home, 925 Logan avenue, and on Friday evening Miss Tame will again be complimented, when Mrs. Royal Stone, East Sixty-fourth South street, entertains. On Saturday the couple will be honored guests at a party to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ferre at their home, 1699 East 3350 South street. Among those who have entertained entertained recently for the bride-elect are the parents of her fiance, Mrs. Juan F. Christensen, 1431 East Thirty-third South street; Mrs. Giis Shepherd, 807 Ramona avenue; members of the G. D. A. club; Miss Beth Jennings, 216 East Twenty- seventh South street; the Gleaner Girls' class of yve South Cottonwood Cottonwood L. D. S. ward, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zundel, 1424 Woodland avenue.