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1953-12-19 Shirley Smart wedding
Miss Smart Exchanges Vows With Mr. Quinn On Sunday One of the season' attractive weddings was that of Miss Shirley Ann Smart, Albany, daughter of Kendall W. Smart of North Albany, and Mrs. R, W. Glover, South Burnaby,.B.C; and Donald R. Quinn, Jr., Portland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Quinn, Oakridge. The single ring ceremony was read on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church by the Rev. Morton L. Booth. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attired In a gown ol chiffon velvet ' made with sweetheart neckline, with tucked Mandarin collar with Chantilly lace yoke and long lace sleevu. Large, white pearl buttons embellished the back of the yoke. The skirt terminated in a medium-length train. Her veil waa of white chiffon velvet fastened to a half-bonnet trimmed with seed pearls, and bridal illusion net and was fingertip length. Her veil was piped with white velvet across the hemline. The bride carried a white Haln-bow Bible centered with a white orchid, white bouvardia, With rangements of Christmas greenery were used about the rooms. The serving table was centered with a crystal punch punch bowl surrounded by frosted holly. The circular table was covered with a floor length cloth of Pacific blue taffeta draped with frosted ribbon bows. Pouring were Mrs. Wren Small, Mrs. Ann Bahr, and Mrs. S. O. Griffith of Albany and Mrs. Harry Nebergall, Eugene. Cut ting and serving the bride's cake were Mrs. Frank Quinn and Mrs. John Quinn, sisters-in-law of the bride; Mrs. Wesley Muller and Mrs. Russell Parker. Mrs. Har- old Agnew was in charge of the reception. Music was furnished during tne white satin streamer! tied In love reception by Mrs. William Kurtz knots and bouvardia. Bine Dresses Worn Miss Elaine Wallis was the maid of honor and wore a Pa cific blue taffeta frock with stole rjecember 20 will be at home at at the piano, Homo In Portland The new Mr. and Mrs. Quinn left on a wedding trip and after of frosted crinkle nylon with cap of nylon to match her stole, She carried a cascade bouquet of frosted holly and juniper ber ries anq pale blue chrysanthemums. " The bridesmaids all dressed identical to Miss Wallis were all of Portland and classmates of the bride and were Miss Dawn Moore, Miss Betty McKenzie and Miss Alice Welk. Victor Johanson was best man and serving as ushers were Frank Quinn, John Quinn, brothers of the bridegroom and Richard Smart, brother of the bride. Lighting the candies before the ceremony were Richard Smith and Frank Quinn. 3330 S.W. Veterans' Hospital Road, Portland. For going-away the bride wore a plum shaded tweed suit with fitted jacket, small white pixie hat, white gloves and navy blue shoes and handbag and pinned to her shoulder was a white orchid from her wedding bouquet. Completing her costume was a silver brace let, a gift from the bridegroom. The bride was graduated from Albany high school and attended the University of Oregon. She is presently in nurse's training at the University of Oregon Medical school in Portland, where she is a senior. Mr. Quinn was graduated from Preceding the ceremony James ' the Oakridge high school and at- W. Jenks sang, "I Love You Tru-.' tended Oregon Mate college and ly," "Because," and "The Lord's 1 was later graduated from the Prayer." Mrs. William Kurti was Northwestern Business college in the organist. ' Portland. He is employed as a More than 170 relatives end ues eng-.neer lor me norinwesi friends witnessed the ceremony. copper works, inc. A navy blue dress with white ) . accessories waa chosen by the bride's mother, Mrs. Glover for WodClinQ POrtV th rwMnnnv anrt mmnlptinff her . costume was a corsage of chartreuse shaded orchids. The bridegroom's mother was also attired In navy blue with her accents being of pmk and her corsage like that of the bride's mother. Large baskets of frosted green- cry nd holly intermingled with Feted at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Smart entertained the wedding party of their daughter, Miss Shirley Smart, at a rehearsal dinner at the Hotel Albany recently. Miss Smart was wed to Donald R. while chrvMnthDmum, dscirated W"nn. ne UK ounaay. the front of' the church and the Four crystal candelabra doco-ends of the pews were marked rated the table, surrounded with with lighted candles with clusters frosted noliy,- Dlue enrysamne- of frosted greens tied to the pews mums and white gardenias, with white satin bows, Reception at Church . Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. The bride's table was centered with the wedding cake made in the form of a Bidden to the party were Miss Smart, Miss Alice Welck, Miss Dawn Moore, Miss Elaine Wallis, Mrs. Betty McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Agnew, Mr. and James Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. John Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank cross and trimmed in silver and1, Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Richard blue, encircled with frosted holly Smart, the Rev. and Mrs. Mor-and juniper berries, also pale blue ton Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Donald candles in silver candelabra. Quinn, Sr., Mrs. Olga Klrtz, Mr. Bououets of frosted holly and Craia. Victor Johansen, Donald chrysanthemums were used on I Quinn. Mrs. Lela Glover, Mrs. the mantel, as were the pale blue Margaret Quinn and the host and candles In holders. Other ar-1 hostess. by