Miss Frances Fishback, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. L. Fishback of Chehalis and William O'Neill, son of Mrs. Mary O'Neill of Boise, Ida., were married Saturday evening, October 2, in the parlors of the Plymouth Congregational church, Seattle. Dr. L. Wendell Fifield read the service. The ceremony was performed against a background of white gladiolus, dahlias and flickering tapers.

The bride was beautiful in a white satin gown, made with a bodice of fine lace and with leg o' mutton sleeves. She wore a finger-length veil, especially designed for her by her maid of honor, Miss Margaret Layne of San Francisco. Her bouquet was of white rosebuds, gardenias and lilies of the valley. Her only ornament was a string of pearls, the gift of the groom. Miss Layne wore a blue georgette frock with tight bodice and puffed sleeves, trimmed in burgundy velvet with a tiny cap of the contrasting material. She carried a muff of wine red asters.

Little Rita Golden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Golden, cousins of the bridegroom, was flower girl, and she wore a crisp white taffeta dress and carried a basket of pink roses. Roscoe Smith of Tacoma was best man.

Mrs. Fishback was in blue lace with gardenias and talisman roses.

Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Mount Baker Park home of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Fishback, uncle and aunt of the bride. Mrs. Ray Howard of Chehalis cut the bride's cake.

Mrs. O'Neill attended Washington State College, where she affiliated with Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Mr. O'Neill is a graduate of the University of Washington where he affiliated with Delta Sigma Phi fraternity.

For going away the bride was smartly attired in a tailored suit of Oxford gray with an ivory satin blouse and carried a black fur topcoat. Her corsage was of gardenias. Following a wedding trip to Idaho and California they will be at home at 233 Fourteenth Ave. N., Seattle.

Source: The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, Friday, 8 Oct 1937, p. 4.

Transcribed by Jenny Tenlen, who has no further information on this individual.