Ferdinand Enterprise - July 13, 1916


Only the Immediate Friends and Relatives Were Present

The quiet social life of Westlake was quickened, when wedding bells announced the happy marriage of Miss Ruth L. Riley and Maberry Davis, the evening of July 6th, at 8:00 p.m. at the home of the bride’s parents.

The house was beautifully decorated with flowers and ferns and an arbor was prepared on the porch, under which the wedding ceremony took place.

The wedding march was played by Miss Gladys Riley, a sister of the bride, and the bridal couple marched to the arbor over a path of pink and white rose petals.

The bride, carrying a bouquet of white roses, was arrayed in beautiful white satin and crepe chiffon, with bridal veil falling to the floor.  The groom was clad in regulation black.  Rev. C.T. Cooley officiated.

Dinner was served in three courses, and beautiful decorations in pink and white swung airily over the feasting party.

The bridal party left for Lewiston at 9 p.m. in MR. Davis’ private car.

Mr. and Mrs. Davis, stopping in Lewiston over night will then leave for Spokane.  From this place they will choose one of the many beautiful lakes for camping and recreation where they will spend their honeymoon.

They will be at home to their friends, after July 20th, at Sunset, Wash.

The guests were as follows:  Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Riley, Miss Gladys Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis, Westlake; Mr. and Mrs.. R.E. Bell, Miss Newyl Kerr, Ferdinand; Mrs. Collins, Uniontown; Mrs.. W. Brown, Clarkston; Clarence Davis, Binge, Wn.





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