Grandma Ada and Paul's wedding
Ada Pedersen and Paifl L.Woodside exchange voivs Paul L. Woodside and Mrs. Ada Pedersen were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony at 6:30 p. m. at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Farmann. Members of the family and a few close friends attended. The bride's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moore of Bellingham, were matron of honor and best man. A reception was held in the Literary Clubhouse after the wedding. Mrs. Ruby Kettel and daughters. Sharon and. Shirley had charge, . After the bride and bridegroom cut the first *lice, Mrs. Ellis Wblteljead O f Forks 'cut and served th,e f pur-tiered wedding cake.'"' The bride's daughter Mrs. June Olson of Forks poured. The bride* gjppm's daughter Miss Dorothy Whiteside p_assed the' guest book, and with Mrs.-Olson,- arranged the wedding gifts. Elmos Curto and Donald Waldron of Port Angeles and Richard Pedersen and Mrs. Olson of Forks furnished music for dancing. Rudy Kettel Jig<| efearge of refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Woodside now are at bojpe tp friends at 307 E. 13th St., Port Angeles.