Dorothy Woodside wedding
fta Thursday, ApWl iff, 1963 Randall* Woodside vows said Mr. and Mrs. Murray Ernil Randall are OH a honeymoon trip to Oregon and California follow- irtg their wedding' at the First Methodist a n d Cdngregational Church Friday eveftiflg. The bride is the former Dorothy Mae Woodside, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Woodside. Rev. Lloyd Holloway performed the double ring ceremony before approximately 25 friends and relatives. ........... Given in marriage by her, father, the britte tyofe a gown of imported French peau d'ange lace and carried a .bouquet of pink roses and carnations. MR. AND MRS. JACK SCHOEFIELD were the only attendants. She is a: sister of- -the bridegroom. Her dress was orange brocaded satin. Schoefield was his brother-in- law's best man and Larry Woodside ushered .at his sister's wedding. Mrs. Woodside wore a navy blue dress with ' matching .accessories and a corsage of pink and white carnations. ............... FOR A RECEPTION at the Literary Clubhouse after the wedding 75 "guests were invited. Bouquets of Easter lilies, azaleas and daffodils decorated the room. Gretchen Miller of Seattle and Mrs. Don Barnett Gallagher of Vashoh Island poured. The bride's mother cut the cake. Assisting was Mrs. Robert Pedersen, sister-in-law of the bride. Chet Woodside ladeled punch at his sister's wedding reception assisted by Mrs. Barnett. FOR GOING: AWAY the bride wore a turquoise suit with rosebuds arid carnation corsage. Both the bride and her husband graduate)! from Port Angeles Senior High School. She is a graduate of Ijolgr Barber College at Bremerton and he is employed at Crown ifellerbach. Out of 'tdwri guests at the wedding include^ Chester Woodside of Seattle, Hlonald Pedersen and Diane Peregrin qfi Forks. f hie" bride's f raridfather Ira F. Woodside came from Wildrose, N.-D. The rie^lyweds will be at home at 520 W. mh next week. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Emil Randall Grandmothers installation Mr. Orin Kelly installed officers of the Port Angeles Grand-' mother Club at the meeting Friday in the Literary Clubhouse. Installed were Mmes. Lucy McKenzie, president; Inez.Richards, first vice president; Ollie McNeece, second vice president; William Cochran, recording secretary and A. W. Hendricks, treasurer Guests from the Crescent Grandmother Club at Joyce were Mmes. A. J. Hooper, Jessie Calland and Kelly. The next meeting, May 10, will be the last day members may bring bazaar material for the convention, old glasses and cancelled stamps for club projects. Hostesses Friday were Mmes.