29 Sep 1951 Miss Cleo Burford Bride

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Miss Cleo Burford Bride - and a li planned by at the week, as the...
and a li planned by at the week, as the celebration anniversary Library by Library," schools and the county plan. It film to color film, as a October 4 house will Weatherford, board will re children's during the Bellinger, than "passports" United percentage and were showing studied. plans was predict fall on that branch of bringing hospital Osteopathic that had taken homes Meets by hostess three of last home. mother-in-law, Peterson, was presented pre-school pre-school Sunday at the Oregon XI of Beta recreation with ten call. The year were chairman meeting. well" who underwent Tuesday in Portland. meeting a parents are Herman Abraham-of Abraham-of near Albany. The bridal couple is at home in Albany. Miss Cleo Burford Bride Of Edwin M. Rieger, Jr. Miss Cleo Mae Burford, daughter of Mrs. Terreatha H. Ware, 235 Lyon street, became Jr., son of Mr., and Mrs. E. M. Rieger, Route 2, Scio, Saturday, Saturday, September 22, at 10 o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic church. The Rev. Fr. Doherty officiated at the single ring ceremony. The bride was presented George Burford and was at tired in a white satin gown, made with net yoke with lace trim. Her fingertip veil was helJ in place by a crown of seed pearls. The veil was of white net and was edged with lace. She carried a white orchid on- on- a prayer book. White ribbon streamers were attached attached to the orchid. The marriage vows were repeat ed as the bridal party stood before before the altar bearing four bou quets of gladioli and baskets of gladioli were placed on each side of the altar. Mrs. Nunley was the organist and was accompanist for Mrs. Schroeder who sang, "Ave Maria," "Wedding March," and "Mother At Your Feet We Are Kneeling." Miss Theresa Adams wearing a pale green formal with headdress to match and carrying a fan shaped bouquet of asters, was the maid of honor. Miss Charlene Burford, sister or the bride, was the bridesmaid as was Miss Marietta Burford, niece of the bride. They wore yellow with net skirt and stole to match with headdress, and a pale orchid gown with net skirt over satin and net stole to match respectively, respectively, and each carried a fan-shaped fan-shaped fan-shaped bouquet Robert A. Rieger was best man and ushers were Hally Burford and Woodrow Burford. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Ware wore a street length dress of teal blue with seed pearl trim and a gardenia corsage. The bridegroom's bridegroom's mother wore a pink suit and gardenia corsage. After the ceremony a reception was held at the priest's house, with more liian 125 relatives and friends present. The rooms were decorated with baskets of gladoli of pastel shades. The gifts were in charge of Mrs. Lloyd Chrisman and Miss Bernice Burford had the guest book. Mrs. A. G. Haas presided at the bride's table. Those who served were Mrs. K. L. Burford at the punch bowl, Mrs. H. A. Burford poured the coffee and Mrs. A. G. Hass served the wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. Rieger left on a wedding trip to the Oregon beaches. beaches. For her going-away going-away going-away costume the bride wore a blue and gray checked dressmaker type suit with navy blue accessories and an orchid orchid corsage. After September 28 they will be at home at 324 Calapooia street. The bride was graduated from Albany Albany high school and the bridegroom bridegroom from the Stayton high school. Mr. Rieger Is employed by Lulay's Lumber company at West Scio. the bride of Edwin M. Rieger, in marriage by her brother, Mrs. Montgomery Given Shower A grandmother's nursery shower was given Thursday afternoon in the nurse's dining room at the Albany Albany General hospital for Mrs. Frank Montgomery. More than 15 nurses and friends of Mrs..Mont- Mrs..Mont- f;omery were present. During the nformal affair several nurses in their uniforms poured. Park. In was Mrs. the bridegroom, For going-away going-away a navy blue accessories roses from couple will following a Alice Circle A covered served by Buchanan at the home Stewart. A short presided over followed and gave the member taking Members with given. An missionary Alaska was Arthur who program The meeting mizpah

Clipped from Albany Democrat-Herald29 Sep 1951, SatPage 4

Albany Democrat-Herald (Albany, Oregon)29 Sep 1951, SatPage 4
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