L W. Shortreed

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nnd a two- The table bride-elect's Miss Mavis bride-to-be, as- the gifts. guest of honor's Rock Valley, Until recently her husband Mrs. Donlcy served party refreshments. refreshments. Alma S. Colburn, L. W. Shortreed . Exchange Vows Gcddcs, 8. D. —(Special)— The Rev. D. L. Penhollow officiated at the marriage of Alma Spencer Colburn Colburn of Redmond, Ore., to Lester Wayne Shortreed of Geddes, Tuesday Tuesday evening, March 8, at 8 o'clock in the home of Mrs. R. B. Johnson In Redmond. The bride, Mrs. Johnson and Allen Spencer are triplets, the children of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Spencer of Grants Pass, Ore. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Shortreed of Homedale, Homedale, Idaho. The bride wore a pastel pink dress with black and white accessories, including a black bag and black and white gloves. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds. Her sister, Mrs. Johnson, was matron matron of honor, dressed in a gray and blue dress with a corsage of pink carnations. Glen Shortreed, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. After the bridal couple had cut the first piece of the wedding cake, Mrs. Joe Damm, sister of the bride, cut and served the cake to the guests, who Included Allen Spencer, Spencer, Joe Damm, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shortreed and family of Terrebone; Mr. and Mrs. Al Udlinek of Homedale, Homedale, Ida., brother-in-law and sister sister of the bridegroom and Mary and Kenneth Colburn, children of the bride. After a wedding trip to Grants Pass, where they will visit the bride's parents, the couple will be at home after April 1 on a farm near Geddes, S. D. Mr. Shortreed also has a farm in Idaho, near Homedale. The bride Is a graduate of Redmund Redmund Union high school and has been employed at the Stockton cafe. Oven Demonstration Held For Pleasant Hill Club Two films Behind the and "Echoes the ^development sonar. SCOTLAND Scotland, S. Finlay Gunn Iscr entertained "31" club at Tuesday evening. the hostesses refreshments. ROBERT TO VIVIAN Vivian, S. Mrs. Robert the bridge club evening at their present were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Bernard Orin Hall. Mrs. Lippens won high Mrs. Gannon Hall received was served at Scotland Held At Scotland, S. J. W. Cisar entertained last Sunday hours of "500." The guests with high score women won by Mrs. SEWING Slightly Fully

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 31 Mar 1949, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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