Shower for Jean Marcotte Names Mentioned Jean Marcotte Flora Marcotte Also article of Bride Mrs MIchael Dwyer ( Elizabeth Violette)

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-Shower Is Held for Recent Bride Mrs. Clifford Marcotte Guest of Honor at Affair Affair of the Week. O NE of the lovely gift showers given for Mrs. Clifford Marcotte, a recent bride, was the one at which Miss Margaret White was hostess at her home on Main street. Alter an evening of cards delicious refreshments were served at daintily appointed tables centered with garden garden flowers. The guests Included Mrs. A. K. Christiansen, Mrs. Munro, Mrs. I Harry Marcott, Mrs. Forrest Salten- burger, Mrs. Qllrnoro Carmlchael, Mrs. J. N. Schmidt, Mrs. James White, Mrs. W. Verzuh, Mrs. R. Thomas, Miss Ruth Llndblad, Miss Rose Sakalich, Miss Margaret Tracey, Tracey, Miss Sylvia White, Miss Mary Russell, Miss Ruth Wright, Miss statla Kirley, Miss Margaret McGeever, McGeever, Miss Bernadette Judge, Miss Mabel Selene, Miss Fran Scarry Scarry and Miss Margaret Murphy. P. E. 0. Chapter T, P. E. O., met at the home of Mrs. Henry C. Gardiner at Willow Qlcn. Tile luncheon table was lovely with delicate shatles of green ferns and tall green tapers. Covei's we're, laid tor 12, including Mrs. George Dahlberg, who was a guest of the chapter. After a busi: busi: ness meeting, Mrs. P. I. Terrell gave '••.ji paper, "Interesting Men In the •. History of Montana." Mifs Florence Catlin gave an Informal report of the supremo convention of the ' P. E. O. held in Portland. Honor Pastor. The Rev. W. P. Jlnhett and Mrs Jinnett were honor guests at a reception reception Thursday evening in the Methodist church parlors. After an interesting program, refreshment! were served. The program consistec of a cornet solo, Ashley Riao; address. address. H. H. Logan; address, the Rev Joseph Lonntmlst, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran church; voca' solo, Lewis Kent; talk, Mrs. Oliver Smith; instrumental duet selections by the Anaconda Wranglers, Rpber Braus and Jack Morris; talk, 6. B Ashlock; vocal solo, Harold Powrlll . and response, the Rev. W. J. Jlnnett Pastors' Aid. The Pastors' Aid of the Methodis church met Thursday afternoon Hostesses were Mrs. John 'Vlsser Mrs. Frank Collins and Mrs. Harrj Sutcliffe. The following progran was given: Fluto solo. Cornelia Vis scr; reading, Sylvia. Mahoney; saxophone saxophone solo. Ruth Lorcnz, accompanied accompanied by William Tidd, and a voca solo, Henry Morris. Former Anacondans Visit. Mr. and Mra. Albert Benton Campbell of Oakland. Calif, am their children, Betty Mae and Nanc Greig, spent the week..vacationlng ii Anaconda, leaving Friday for Idaho Both Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Hvec here prior to their'marriage, am while hero they visited .their man • old-time friends. Tuesday Mr. Camp \ bell lectured upon "Industrial Fil trat ion" before the students of chem Istry and engineering at Montan State college at Bozeman, and at tended a banquet in his honor give by the Alpha Chi Sigma, chemlca professional fraternity, of which h is Pacific district counsellor. Shakespeare Club. The Shakespeare club resumed 1 meetings Monday evening with social session at the home of Mr Watson E. Gaily on Maple stree at which the reading of "The Tern pest" was started. The members in elude Mrs. Samuel D. Rice, Mr Wateon E. Gaily, Mrs. Chart Shyrock, Mrs. Anna Bentley. Mr Frederick E. Amthor, Miss Farm Brayton, Miss Anne Breneman. Mil Ruth Shepp.ird, Mas Elsie Hill an Miss Florence Grey. ' K. K. K.Club. The K.K.K. club met at tV. home'of Miss Inez Bennett Monda evening. After a short buslncs. meeting, refreshments were serve and the rest of the evening was de voted to games. Those present wer M BS. MICHAEL D. DWYEB, formerly Miss Annette Elizabeth Vlolette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis P..Vlolette of West Park avenue, whose wedding occurred yesterday mqrrilng at St. Paul's church. Anaconda Girl Is Wed in Seattle Vliss Faith Lucille Stanley Becomes Bride of Frederick Frederick Motts. 3 rominent Young Couple Married Vliss Annette Violette and Michael D. Dwyer Arc Wed at St. Paul's. A MARRIAGE of unusual Interest •^ to Anacondans was- solemnized a weefc ago in-Seattle, Wash., when Miss Faith Lucille Stanley, daughter if Mrs. Lottie M. Stanley of Anaconda, Anaconda, became the bride of Fred- crick Motts, GonofMrs.LeRoyCayze of Seattle. The Rev. Matensoh, pas- or of the First Presbyterian church .f Seattle, read the ceremony hi the presence of a few Intimate friends nd relatives who had gathered in the drawing room of the parsonage ;iomo of Mr. and Mrs. Matenson. The bride was modlshly attired In a fetching fall suit of African brown tweed trimmed with fur and wore a small hat In a matching shade. She carried an arm bouquet of sweetheart sweetheart roses. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wls- ner of Portland were the attendants. Following the wedding ceremony the bridal party motored to the home of Mr. and Mra. LcRoy Cayze, where the wedding breakfast wns served and an Informal reception was held, and late in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Motts left by motor for Portland, where they will pass a fortnight before returning to Seattle Seattle to make their home. • Mrs. Motts was bom in Anaconda and attended the public schools She was a prominent member of the younger social set and was identified with Anaconda assembly, Order of Rainbow Giris. Friday Bridge Club. Mrs. John C. Harrington wa: hostess to the members of her care club Friday afternoon at a dessert brdlgc In her home on West Eighth street. Three tables of bridge were In play during the afternoon. No-Host Luncheon. r OVELY ill its simplicity was the Lj wedding yesterday morning when Miss Annette Elizabeth Vlolette, [laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Frederick Vlolette, became the bride of Michael D. Dwyer, son of Daniel 3wyer, former mayor of Anaconda. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. D. Lcltham of St. Paul's church at nuptial high mass. Miss Genevievo Hamlll was bridesmaid and John Harrington attended the bridegroom. The bride wore a. green suit .rimmed with leopard skin, with hat, gloves 'and shoes in a matching shade. She wore a corsage of golden ophelia rosebuds, and carried a prayer book. Miss Hamlll wore a smart suit In )rown with nil accessories to match. She also wore a corsage of pink rosebuds. After the ceremony a wedding jreakfast was served at the Violette lome on West Park avenue. On the bride's table Was a beautiful cake with pink rossc and tnll pink tapers adding further charm to the perfect appointments. Only relatives were present. After a tour of the state the young people will be nt home at the Nap- Ion apartments In Butte. Mrs. Dwyer was born In Maine, coming to Anaconda when very younfr. She attended the local schools and was graduated from the Anaconda high, school. She was awarded the Won\an's club scholarship scholarship and attended the Montana State Normal college at Dillon, where she became a member of Kanpa Zeta Nu sorority. She has a wide circle of friends both In Anaconda Anaconda and Butte. Mr. Dwyer was also reared, in this city and Is a frraduate of the Montana Montana State college at Bozeman. At present he is employed with the Anaconda Copper Mining comoany in Butte. He is well known both In Butte and Anaconda.

Clipped from Montana Butte Standard11 Oct 1931, SunPage 21

Montana Butte Standard (Butte, Montana)11 Oct 1931, SunPage 21
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