Peter Campbell - Frances Gollmeyer Wedding January 19, 1952 Page 3, Columns 7 and 8

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Peter Campbell - Frances Gollmeyer Wedding
January 19, 1952
Page 3, Columns 7 and 8 - Tli* Daily Chronicle, Saturday, January 26,...
Tli* Daily Chronicle, Saturday, January 26, 1952 61 Mr. « was Former Chehalin Is Wed St. Michael's in Olympia Lighted pink candles, masses ol link and white carnations and red rosebuds formed a lovely setting Jan, 19 (or the wedding ol Miss dances M. Gollmeyer ol Olymfla, ormerly of Chehalls, and Pet«r S. Camptell, alw ol Olympia. She Is he daughter of Mrs. Frank J. Salger Salger of Cheralls *nd he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Campbell ol Olympna, The double ring ceremony was performed by father Bede Ernes- dorf, OSB, in the presence of 100 guests at St. Michael's church In Olympia, The wedding music was flayed by Joe CydeU of Bt. Martin's Martin's college and vocal selections by Mrs. Ed Schwarz ol Chehalls. She sang "Panls Angelicus," "On This Day Oh Beautitul Mother" and "Come Holy Ghost." The bride's uncJe, Charles Williams Williams of Livingston, Mont., escorted escorted her to the altar, where he gave her in marriage. Miss Gollmeyer's gown was of pale pink net over satin made with a tight fitting bodice and a full, article-length skirt, shirred at the waistline. The satin neckline neckline was low with Jrothy net forming forming a high neckline and cape- sty le«sleeves.' On her head was a fashionable rhinestone tiara with a cascading veil of filmy net to her shoulders. She also wore mittens mittens of matching pink satin mid pink satin pumps, adorned with rhinestone clips. She carried a large orchid upon a white prayer book with cascading white satin streamers tied with stephanotls. The matron of honor, Mrs. Robert Robert J. Yeoman of Chehalls,' was also gowned in pink, as were all the attendants. Her gown was fashioned fashioned with a long lull skirt end- Ing In a bustle and a high necked bodice, over this she wore a bolero bolero of net over satin. Her mittens were of pink satin and net and on her head she wore a pink velvet headband with stephanotls at each side. She carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds surrounded with pink carnations and white stephanotis. stephanotis. The two bridesmaids, - Mrs. Charles Rhule and Misc Evelyn Lofquist, both'of Olympia, were gowned in dresses fashioned after the gown of the matron of honor. Their bouquets and headbands were also identical. Two tiny flow er girls, Patty Campbell of Seattle and Karen Berschauer of Olympia, wore lovely formal pick gown*, and carried baskets of rose petal! which they scattered along *· aisle. , - , Paul L. Campbell attended hii brother as best man, while another another brother, Dr. Mark Campbell, and Donald Levesqiie, a cousin ol the- groom, ,were the uhers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Saliger chose a winter white wool dress with black accessories. Mrs. Campbell chose a navy' blue and white print dress with navy blue accessories. Pink rosebud corsages corsages were worn by both mothers. Immediately following the ceremonies, ceremonies, a wedding breakfast wa held at the Governor hotel lor the bridal party and family members. Later in the afternoon, the bride* parents entertained the bridal party party and 150 guests at a reception at the Women's club. Pink and whit* carnations and red rosebuds were placed on the bridal table with the huge, pink and white wedding cake, standing'three Uers high in the center of the table. Flowers were placed around the base of teh cake, which was topped topped with flowers and miniature lave birds.' · Mrs. Lois Cheathaai and Mia Dorothy Davis poured at the reception, reception, while Mrs. Stella Wy- rnan, a sister of the groom, cut and served the cake. Miss Shirley Shirley Burrel] and Miss Betty Barck displayed the wedding gifts, while Mrs. Joan Sowards of ShHtoa passed the guest book. For the honeymoon trip to berline Lodge and Mt. Hood in Oregon, the bride changed to a purple velvet suit with matching hat and misty grey accessories. Over this she wore a grey topper, trimmed with muskrat fur. The orchid from her bridal bouquet formed her corsage. The bride, who is a graduate Chehalis high school, was formerly formerly employed by the Pacific Telephone Telephone company in Chehalls, and more recently in Olympia. Her husband Is a graduate of Olympia high school and St. Martin's college. college. He is employed at the Olympia Olympia Brewing company. The wedding was attended by out-of-town guests from Seattle, Aberdeen, Shelton, Centralia, Chehalis, Chehalis, Kent and Livingston, Moat

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  1. The Daily Chronicle,
  2. 26 Jan 1952, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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