Kenneth McDouall and Jessie DeGraffenreid wedding notice
Wedding Vows Spoken In Church Ceremony In a beautiful church ceremony, Miss Jessie DeGraffenried became the bride of Mr. Kenneth McDouall, Sunday afternoon, February 16, at 2 o’clock at the First Methodist Church. Rev. Hubert Thomson, pastor, performed the single-ring ceremony. Baskets of gladioli and acacia were arranged at the altar, flanked by tall candelabra bearing white tapers, and entiwined on the altar rail and choir rail were arrangements arrangements of springer!!. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Evelyn Frieze, organist, played Cadman’s Cadman’s "Love Song,” Mrs. Bryan McDonald McDonald Sang “O Promise Me” by DeKoven and “I Love You Truly" by Bond. Mrs. Glenn Dowlen and Glenn Wade Dowlen sang a duet, “Why Do I Love You” by Jerome Kern. For the processional, Mrs. Frieze played the “Wedding March” from Lohengrin by Wagner, and Mendelssohn's Mendelssohn's “Wedding March” was used as the recessional. Miss Novella Goodman, who attended attended the bride as maid of honor, was attired in a rose colored gown of taffeta and lace. Her pink net headress was caught in back with gladioli, and she carried a bouquet of gladioli. The bride, who was given in marriage marriage by her cousin, Paul Rogers, chose for her wedding a gown of dusty rose lace and brocade crepe. Her headdress of pink net was Her headdress of pink net was caught with an arrangement of gladioli and vanda orchids, and she carried a white prayer book topped with a cattleya orchid and showered with vanda orchids and gladioli. For something old she wore a locket which belonged to her maternal grandmother, and a watch, which belonged to the groom’s mother, and was a gift to the bride from the groom. For something new, she had a Roosevelt dime in her shoe. For her daughter s wedding, Mrs. DeGraffenried, chose a navy blue crepe dress, and wore a gardenia corsage. Lee Foster attended the groom as best man, and ushers were Jess Armstrong and Max Bellah. Following the ceremony, a reception reception for the couple was held at the home of the bride’s mother for out- of-town guests and members of the wedding party. The lace covered table was centered with the wedding wedding cake, and Mrs. Alfred Bellah presided at the silver tea service. Mrs. Veri Iverson registered the guests, and Mrs. D. A. Nicholas assisted assisted in the reception rooms, Mr. and Mrs. McDouall »left immediately immediately after the reception for a honeymoon trip enroute to their home in Walla Walla, Washington.