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The Eugene Guard from Eugene, Oregon • Page 44

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4E EUGENE REGISTER- GUARD, Sunday, Aug. 11, 1363 (Fehly photo) MRS. ARTHUR LEISTER Couple Pledges Vows In Church Ceremony Miss Mildred Painter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Painter of Eugene, became the bride of Arthur Leister, son of Mr.

and Mrs. John Leister also of Eugene, August 3 in Trinity Methodist Church. The Rev. Asa Mundell officiated. The bride wore a Cahill original of faced Chantilly lace and miramist taffeta with the back of the skirt extending into a chapel train.

A diminutive Swedish crown of cut crystal held her silk illusion veil and she carried her grandmother's handkerchief. Miss Sue Ann Rennie was the maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Lynn Davis and Miss Bonnie Jones, both of Eugene. They wore ballerina flocks of nile sheer backed with matching taffeta and matching halo circles and blush veils. Jim Koenic was best man and ushers were Dennis Painter and Richard Wing. Waldo Nielsen was organist.

Green and white spider chrysanthemums decorated the reception table at the church where Miss Sandra McMichael, Mrs. Larry Painter and Mrs. J. S. Refsnider and Mrs.

E. H. Jackson, the bride's aunts, served. Miss Mary Messler had the guest book. Later a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents.

For a wedding trip to southern California, the bride wore an off-white wool suit. The couple will be at home after August 15 when the groom resumes work at a local department store. (Kennell-Ellis photo) MRS. KENNETH KEMMERER Kemmerer-Bixby Elder Elmer Unterseher of the Seventh Day Adventist Church officiated at the wedding of his niece, Miss Joan Kathleen Bixby, to Kenneth Earl Kemmerer August 3 in First Christian Church at Junction City. The bride is the daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Jonathan Unterseher of Harrisburg and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kemmerer of Eugene. Miss Bixby wore a floor length gown of silk organza with Chantilly lace.

Her veil was held by a white rosette and she carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds. Miss Koni Beebe, the bride's cousin, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Boni Bixby, bride's sister and Karen Beebe of College Place, and Edna Jean Unterseher of Harrisburg, both cousins of the bride. They wore satin brocade dresses in mint green and carried nosegays of pink and white carnations. Doris Unterseher, bride's cousin, was flower girl. Franklin Kemmerer was best man and ushers were Dale and Gary Kemmerer, the groom's brothers and Dean Bixby Archie Beebe, the bride's brother and cousin.

Miss Donna Unterseher and Glen Gingery performed the wedding music. A reception followed in the Junction City Grange Hall. Serving were Miss Carol Pierce, Miss Kay Wilcox, Miss Carol Jean Maas and Miss Sally Smith. Miss Marina Poublon and Miss Shirley James received the gifts. The couple is at home near Walterville where the groom is employed as a logger.

White-Blue Theme Used In Wedding Decorations White gladiolus, blue satin ribbons and blue candles decorated the altar of Friendly Street Church of God August 3 when Miss Delores C. Barrell became the bride of Ervin Eugene The Rev. Ray Tuttle officiated. bride is the daughter of Mrs. Laude A.

Barrell and the late Mr. Barrell of Eugene and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Tipping of Webster City, Iowa. Miss Barrell wore a floor-length gown of white Chantilly lace over taffeta borrowed from a friend, Mrs.

Robert Brown of Eugene. It was trimmed in mother-of-pearl sequins and had a chapel train. A crown of pearlized orange blossoms held her white net in a butterfly effect and she carried a white orchid cascading stephanotis. Her uncle, Harry Ray of Kennewick, gave her in marriage. Mrs.

George Warren of Myrtle Creek, bride's sister, was matron of honor and Miss Marilyn Barrell, another sister, and Miss Charlene Tipping, groom's sister, were bridesmaids. They wore white cotton eyelet dresses over blue satin skirts carried cascading blue carnations dyed to match. Missy and Greg White, the groom's niece and nephew were flower girl and ringbearer. Frank White of Albuquerque, New Mexico was best man and ushers were George Warren, and Mike McIntyre. Everett Winter was soloist and Mrs.

Herb Porter, organist. Serving at the reception were Mrs. Harvard Anderson, Mrs. Eddy Barthelemy and Mrs. Vernon Johnson, bride's aunts, and Mrs.

Roy Prater, the bride's cousin. Miss Jacque Barthelemy was in charge of the gift table and Miss Denice Anderson had the guest book; both are cousins of the bride. After a trip along the Oregon and California coast, the couple will be at home in Beaverton where the groom is a construction engineer for Pacific Power and Light Co. (Scott Hill photo) MRS. ERVIN TIPPING Miss Betty Rackley became the bride of Larry W.

Rose July 29 in the Thurston Christian Church at Springfield. The Rev. Wayne Osburne officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Alvin M. Rackley and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Kenneth Britton and Russell Rose, all of Springfield. Miss Rackley wore a floor-length gown of white satin with a scalloped lace bodice. Her illusion veil was held by a rhinestone tiara and she carried a bouquet of yellow roses.

Miss Barbara Rackley, bride's sister, was maid of honor and Miss Connie Moyer, Miss Carol McCarthy and Mrs. Darrel Reininger, all of Springfield, were attendants. They wore lace dresses over taffeta in a salmon shade and carried white carnations and roses in a matching shade. Mitzie Walker was flower girl and Mike Rackley was ring bearer. Ricky Sorenson, groom's brother, served as best man and ushers were Alvin Rackley, the bride's brother, Gary Kelty and Joe Bogenskie.

Mrs. Lynn Endicott was organist and Miss Kay Batchelor, soloist. Serving at the reception were the aunts of the groom, Mrs. Edna Sherman, Mrs. Henry Lalich and Mrs.

Harlan Collins. Miss Dee Cady kept the guest book. The couple is at home in San Diego where the groom is stationed with the U.S. Navy. Rose-Rackley Chandler- Wearing a drop pearl pendant set in a gold heart, a gift of the groom's mother, St.

Mary's Episcopal Church was the scene of the August 3 wedding of Miss Joyce Elaine Laremore to Rodney D. Chandler. The Rev. A. H.

MacDonald officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Laremore of Eugene and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

R. J. Chandler of LaGrande. Miss Laremore wore a ballerina-length dress of silk faille in the shepherdess silhouette. Her blushing veil was held by a satin halo ring and she carried a white orchid with stephanotis and carnations.

Miss Arlene Laremore was her sister's attendant, wearing a ballerina flock of lace and nylon sheer with an overskirt effect and carrying white chrysanthemums and bluetinted carnations. Alan Chandler was his brother's best man. A reception followed with Mrs. Herbert Fischer, Mrs. Benjamin Wechsler and Mrs.

Edward Laremore, aunts of the bride, serving. They were assisted by Miss Patricia Burggraff, Miss Joan Crane, Grace Hoelz and Miss Linda Laremore. Miss Nikki Niederer kept the guest book. For a trip to the Oregon coast the bride wore a white suit and blouse made from material brought from France by Miss Niederer. The couple is at home in LaGrande where the groom is employed by a finance company.

Carrying a lace handkerchief that belonged to the groom's mother, Miss Virginia R. Vliet became the bride of Gerald Whitehead recently in Conard Chapel at College Place, Wash. Elder P. C. Heubach of Walla Walla College Seventh-day Adventist church officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blair Vliet of Springfield and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Whitehead of Lacombe, Alberta, Canada.

Miss Vliet wore a floor length brocade gown in a princess style with a chapel-length train. Her silk organza veil was held by a pearl-trimmed crown and she carried white gardenias and pink rosebuds and stephanotis. Miss Gladys Whitehead, groom's sister, was maid of honor and Miss Anita Linz of College Place was bridesmaid. They wore blue brocade dresses and pink rosebud corsages. Sue Vliet, the bride's niece, was flower girl and Vernie Vliet, bride's nephew, was Bible boy.

Donnie Whitehead, groom's brother, was best man and Jerry Adley was usher. Mrs. Bearle Johnson and Bill Troubatwa presented the wedding music. A reception followed in Kellogg Hall and was conducted in Canadian style with guests and bridal party being seated. Toasts were proposed to the bridal couple and to the groom's parents who were celebrating their 32nd wedding anniversary on that day.

The couple is at home in College Place where both are students at Walla Walla College. Vliet-Watkins (Alex Ziel photo) Whitehead-Vliet Miss Carol Annette Watkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilmore Watkins of Raleigh, N.C. became the bride of Paul Stanley Vliet, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Jess Blair Vliet of Springfield, at a recent ceremony in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Raleigh. Elder Beaman Senecal officiated. Miss Watkins wore a floor-length gown of silk organza and re embroidered Alencon lace with a chapel train. She wore a matching open headdress of nylon petals and pearls and carried a crescent-shaped bouquet of roses, stephanotis and an orchid.

Miss Barbara Jean Watkins, bride's sister, was maid of honor and Miss Joyce Pennington of Marion, Va. and Mrs. James Nations of Takoma Park. Md. were the attendants.

They wore organdy and taffeta dresses in pastel shades and carried pink and blue roses and carnations. Pamela Franklin was flower girl. Charles Lester Vliet, the groom's brother, was best man and Donald Mohr and Harlan Wolfe were ushers. Miss Barbara Watkins and James Nations were soloists. A reception followed at the home of Mr.

and Mrs. Ben Matthews. The couple now is at home in Salem where the groom is a salesman. Patricia Ann Prescott Bride of Richard Cox With flowers brought directly from the Hawaiian Islands by her father, Miss tricia Ann Prescott became the bride of Richard Leslie Cox in St. Mary's Episcopal Church.

The Rev. Steen Whiteside officiated at the recent ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Prescott of Eugene and Jack Prescott of Hawaii and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Leslie F. Cox of Pleasant Hill. Miss Prescott wore a floor-length lace gown with a chapel train. Her short illusion veil was held by a crown of pearls and she carried a bouquet of white orchids draped with white pikake leis. She also carried a prayer book.

Miss Diana Prescott was her sister's only attendant. She wore a baby blue sheath with a belled overskirt. A large blue rose held her veil and she carried a bouquet of lavender orchids. Gordon Lewis Cox was best man and ers were Donald and Ronald Cox. A reception followed at the Eugene Hotel.

For a wedding trip to Diamond Lake Resort, the bride wore a yellow cotton suit with white accessories. The groom is in the U.S. Army and is now awaiting orders. (Dwayne photo) MRS. LARRY ROSE Peter-Hilton Seven grandparents attended the recent wedding of Miss Margaret Irene Hilton to Roger Lee Arnie Peter in Fremont Baptist Church in Seattle.

The Rev. John W. Lyttle officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Edwin Earl Hilton of Seattle and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie V. Peter of Eugene. Grandparents attending the wedding included Mrs.

E. R. Hilton and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Ascott, the bride's grandparents and Mr.

and Mrs. Herman H. Peter and Mr. and Mrs. Walter L.

Ingwersen, the groom's grandparents. Miss Hilton wore a floor-length gown of silk organza over taffeta embroidered with seed pearls and satin bugle beads. Her veil of silk illusion was held by a crown of pearls and she carried eucharist lilies and stephanotis and a handkerchief belonging to the groom's great-great-grandmother. Mrs. Peter A.

Peters of Seattle was her sister's matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Pattie Erickson of Everett, bride's cousin, and Miss Patricia Ramcke. Miss Sharon Jackson, Miss Brenda Berner and Miss Janice Hobbs, all of Seattle. Peter A. Peters was best man and ushers were Ronald Turner, Ronald Baker, Ron Osborne, Leif Erickson and Bruce Pickering. Bob Johnston was soloist.

Among those serving at the reception were Mrs. Maurice Sharp of Eugene. Mrs. D. R.

These and Mrs. S. C. Gray had the guest book. Following a trip to Catalina Islands, the couple is at home in Seattle.

MR. AND MRS. ROGER PETER Dikeman-Wyrick A garden wedding ceremony at the home of the bridegroom's uncle and aunt married Miss Sandra Kay Wyrick to Donald Allen Dikeman. The Rev. Donald Petersen of the Foursquare Gospel Church performed the ceremony July 21.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. McCoy of Eugene and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Irma Dikeman, also of Eugene.

Miss Wyrick wore a light blue chiffon dress with lace. A blue headdress held her net veil and she carried white carnations with pink rosebuds. Mrs. Ronald Burton of Eugene was the bridal attendant. She wore a pink sheath with an overskirt and carried white carnations.

Allen Bostick was best man. A reception followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Verdell Davis, the groom's uncle and aunt. Serving were Mrs.

Jean Rhinholtz and Mrs. William Willett. Miss Sharon O' Leary had the guest book. The couple now is at home in Eugene where the groom is employed. Grilley-Betterton Miss Bernice Betterton, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Clarence E. Betterton of Junction City became the bride of Donald G. Grilley, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Arthur Grilley of Camden, N.J., in a recent ceremony in St. Joseph's Chapel in Camden. The bride wore a white suit with white accessories. Her short veil was held by a white pillbox and she carried a bouquet of carnations. Miss Kathy Reitmeyer, army captain, was her only attendant.

She wore a green suit with green accessories. Kevin Grilley, brother of the groom, was best man. The couple traveled to Oregon for their wedding trip. The new Mrs. Grilley is a 1962 graduate of Sacred Heart Hospital school of nursing and is presently a 2nd Lt.

in the Army Nurse Corps at Fort Dix, N.J. The groom is a graduate of Woodrow Wilson University in Pennsylvania and is studying to be a doctor. He presently is stationed with the U.S. Air Force in San tonio, Tex..

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