Ewing - Olds Marriage
Sergeant and Mrs. Jay A. Olds and Miss Shirley Stevenson EWING-OLDS MARRIAGE CELEBRATED AT CHAPEL Miss Jeanne Swing, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Ewing of 720 South Chester BTenue, became the bride of Staff Sergeant Jay A. Olds Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Little Chapel of Sacred Memories. The Bev- t-reud Lynn Wood officiated in the presence of 50 friends and relatives. The sergeant's mother, Mrs. Ellawee Olds, lives at 801 P street. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. Wedding Music Organist was Mrs. Josephine Sweney who accompanied Miss Shirley Beaver, Tocalist. White gladioli and candles decorated the chapel. The bride wore a whit* crepe dress for her wedding with white accessories. Maid of honor was Miss Shirley Stevenson, who was costumed in a pale blue dress with pink carnations. Presiding at the guest book was Miss Barbara Wolfe, who wore a green dress and had a corsage of gardenias. Best man was Marvin Keck with Lewis DeWitt and Fred Barger ushering. Live in Kansas After June 2t>. the newlyweds will be at home ill Manhattan, Kans, The bride is a graduate of Bakersfield High School. Sergeant Olds, who is stationed at Fort Riley, Kans., with the United States Army, attended Lodi Military Academy and the local schools. Secretaries Celebrated Anniversary Legal Secretaries Association, In- corpated, of which Bakersfield's organization is an active branch, celebrated its twentieth anniversary Monday. There are now more than 1000 members. Bakersfield's unit held its first meeting in the office of Attorney Henry C. Mack and the late Attorney Mel Brlttan. Is Founder At the invitation of Miss Eula Gold Star Club to Meet Soon Bakersfield chapter of Gold Star Mothers will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the armory hall on North Chester avenue. Mrs. Jean Lovhayer, who attended the recent convention in Chicago, will present a report. All mothers attending are urged to bring lunch and to be prepared for sewing.