Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
He participated in the Campaigns in Africa, Sicily and Italy. He has the purple heart, the Italian campaign medal, the ; good conduct medal, seven battle stars, one silver star, two bronze stars, the invasion medal and the air medal. White-Stoddard Friday evening at the home of her mother,' Mr§. Vilate White, 4-1 W. 6th South, Miss Mary Louise White, joined the ranks of late summer brides. The Right Rev. Arthur W. Moulton officiated at the ceremony which united her in marriage to Calvin Clay Stoddard of Butte, Ore. The bride, in a gown of traditional ivory satin entrain, fashioned with an . off-the-shoulder chiffon yoke, fitted bodice and long, pointed sleeves, and a veil caught to a coronet of ivory satin braid, stood before ah improvised altar banked with white gladioli and lighted by the soft glow of white tapers. White illusion surrounded her bouquet of a single white orchid and'stepha- notia. Attending the bri.dc, in yellow net gowns, were Mrs. -William C. White, as matron of honor, and Miss Alice Dunham as bridesmaid.