Barbara Lofgren wedding The daily Chronicle 11-3-1956 Centralia Washington
den Photo. Bride Wears Traditional White for October Rites In a setting of yellow and laven-lpearls and she carried a bouquet der dahlias, 20 close friends and'of lavender and while carnations. relatives gathered to hear the clou- Da]e Galyean, close friend of the'"5M" Weadng a dress ot pink net united in holy matrimony Miss Bar- The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Raymond Lpfgrcn. Oakville, ir.d her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cokeley, Monte- A gown of lace over net was worni Centering the lable at the recep. by Barbara as she advanced to!' ion was a two-tiered wedding cake he improvised altar to the strains'surrounded by ^candles jind ar of the wedding march. Her dressr" Â·as fashioned with three-quarter; englh jslieves, tilted bodice and ai The ncw Mrs - Cokeley changed! ri flowing skirt. Her veil oi illusion to a green linen suit with white i$j u!ler net was caught to a cap of seedj accesÂ£0r ' es an( ' carnations for her! E j,', Â·--' ensemble to Seattle.! ' Auxiliary JUs Business Meeting Mrs. Bernie Peel, president, conducted conducted the meeting of the Centralia Eagles auxiliary on Thursday. evening evening in the Eagles hall. Committees Committees appointed were the Christmas committee, Mrs.' Lee Albright, Mrs. Edith .Andrew and Mrs; Amy Mills, pink and;t,le-ring ceremony performed by the the Rev. Carl L'. Wickern, which the Kilan, at- the chrys ac man, Don jmct in Â·in/the jEIks jluck Mrs. Â·.Efcman. present for groom, was best man. igoing Mrs. Lofgren chose a copper - col-|g h " ored taffeta dress and the mother of the groom donned a navy blue faille dress. Both mothers wore corsages of pink carnations. I - Halloween On Ivy America, -, u ,n, o. pink and white |_ . for a first home in Montesano. newly weds will make lheir !Weddi hnm Â° '" "Â·""""" ' - Mr. ._, , ., , ------- t ^ 1Fi anQ :Mr5i ouraon The bride ts a graduate of Oak-i chenalls villc high school, having lived in d j ^mversary Oakvills for'.the past five Jeari.'sunday Mr. Cokeley has resided in.Monte- on sano for 15 years, graduating from't e r , - . . Montesano high'school. He Is em-JQn the and the sick committee, Airs, W. ployed by Weyerhaeuser Timberivisited T3 l U i l l i ^ m f n l \ ^ ^ T r c TTrTi'Vl A Â»l , m n l t l a n V \r* O*t r ~t Tnln^r, R. Williams and Mrs. Edith An- company. drew.-Plans were made-for a pot-! Â· Mrs.