Suburban News: Randle
(reported by Marjorie Ray)

Walter James Churchel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Churchel of Randle and Miss Paula Jeane Holt of Renton, daughter of Mrs. Mae Holt of Renton, were married on February 13 at the All Saints Episcopal church in Cloverdale. The matron of honor, Mrs. Lois Lorrain Jensen of Springfield, Ore. wore a pale pink dress of nylon, sheer, made ballerina length, and carried pink roses. The bridesmaids were Miss Emma Churchel of Randle, and Miss Norma Banneworth of Seattle. They also wore ballerina length dresses of pale green sheer, and carried yellow carnations and yellow roses. Ushers were Jack Wiltse of Randle and Calvin Goodwin of Morton. The best man was Raymond Arp of Walla Walla. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, was dressed in a white nylon sheer, trimmed in white lace, and made floor length. She carried a boquet of red roses and violets. The groom's mother wore a grey suit with grey and yellow accessories, and had an orchid corsage. The bride's mother was unable to attend, as she fell and broker her hip the week before the wedding. A reception was held in the social rooms of the church for about 150 guests, and later the bridal party went to the hospital where the bride's mother is confined, and took pictures. The couple left on a wedding trip, after which they will be at home in the Cispus Valley near Randle.

Source: The Daily Chronicle (Centralia, WA), Wednesday, 23 Feb 1955, p. 5.

Transcribed by Jenny Tenlen.