Marriage to James R. Brown

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Marriage to James R. Brown - Carol M. Ferguson Becomes Bride Of James R....
Carol M. Ferguson Becomes Bride Of James R. Brown at Home Ceremony December 27 L. R Jorud MRS. JAMES R. BROWN' was Miss Carol M a r i e Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saanel H. Fisher of 19 A1U, before her marriage at the home of her parents parents to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Brown of 406 Chaucer. The couple will live in Moscow, Idaho, where (he bridegroom is a senior at the University of Idaho. Round Table "What Is the American Way of Life" will be the topic for the regular regular meeting of the Round Table department of the Helena Woman's club at the YWCA at 2.30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Claude E. Wood will be program leader. S and M Your Friendly Jewelers For Flxwlru 41*m*n4. v»Uk. click «nd jrwrlrr rxpalrinf. OnHI «B Operated »j BABE STONER Phone 3807 22 N. Main SL Miss Carol Marie Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Fisher of 19 Alia, became the bride of James R. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs? Leslie L. Brown of 1406 Chaucer, at noon rites at the home of her parents. Dee. 27. The Very Rev. Charles A. j Wilson, dean of SL Peter's pro- cathedral, officiated at the ceremony ceremony in the presence of 12 members members of the immediate families of the couple. The fireplace mantel was decorated decorated with a graceful arrangement | of white pompons and flanked with tall standards of chrysanthemums. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was lovely in a ballerina | gown of mauve lace with fitted jacket. She wore matching mitts and sandals and a headdress of fresh white carnations. Her jew elry, a matching double-strand pearl necklace and earring set, was a gift of the bridegroom, and she carried a white Bible topped with an orchid with streamers knotted with white Frenched carnations. carnations. Mrs. Ralph Winnes of Noxon, matron of honor, wore a turquoise marquisette ballerina-length gown with a headdress of pink Rapture roses and bouquet of the same flowers. Her mitts and sandals matched the color of her gown. The mother of the bride was at bred in a charcoal gray moire I gown with matching accessories ! and a corsag^ of Talisman roses. 'The bridegroom's mother wore a mocha brown dress with matching accessories and a corsage of yellow yellow roses. L. Kelsey Smith, Jr., was best man. A wedding luncheon was served at the Montana club for members of the bridal party. An arrangement arrangement of white chrysanthemums centered the table. The reception was held at the bride's home between 5 and 7 o'clock that evening. About 150 friends and relatives called to congratulate the couple. The table was centered with a low arrangement arrangement of white pompons with fern and holly. Lighted tapers in white candelabra graced the table. The three-tier wedding cake was topped with a miniature wedding bell. Reception music was provided by Mrs. Alice S. Jones, who played piano selections. Mrs. Daniel Segota poured. Miss Jeanette Jaeobaoa and Miss Mary Brown served and Mrs. Marion Schultz had charge of the guest book. For their wedding trip to the eastern part of the state, the chose a nary blue ensemble Italian blue accessories. They will live in Moscow, where the bridegroom is a senior at the University of Idaho. Mr*. Brown, a graduate of ena high school, attended Montana State university, where she was affiliated with Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She has been employed by the veterans' administration Fort Harrison. Her husband is a Helena high school graduate. An out-of-town guest at the wedding was the bride's aunt, James A. Smith of Butte. The bride was honored at pre-nuptial affairs. Mrs. Daniel Segota and Miss Mary Brown assisting hostesses at a shower given by Miss Jeanette Jacobon at her home, 304 North Benton. Dec. 12. A bridal theme was ried out in decorations. Fourteen attended. Mrs. Fred Padbory of 6 South Howie entertained at a shower Dec. 14. Fourteen attended the lovely affair, -which had a Christmas Christmas theme carried out in decora tions. Open House at Fort Sponsored By Eagles Auxiliary The auxiliary of Fraternal of Eagles lodge No. 16 sponsored open house at the veterans' administration hospital at Fort Harrison last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Jones, chaplain, chairman in charge of general arrangements, arrangements, assisted by Mrs. C. Heisey, Mrs. C. E. Darfler, Mrs. Dorothy Miller. Mrs. Walter Ho!- shue and Mrs.-A. J. Vollmer, auxiliary president. Mrs. Holshue was mistress of ceremonies, introducing a group of baton twirlers, under the direction of Zana White; Mary Lee Kinsey and Rita Meinhorn. pianist and violin duet, and Billy Vollmer and Harry Fuller, accordion selections. The entertainment was enthusiastically enthusiastically received by hospitalized veterans and guests. Coffee and homemade cake

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  1. The Independent Record,
  2. 13 Jan 1952, Sun,
  3. Page 10

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