Miss Sally Walling A Bride

WOODBURN—The Christian Church in Woodburn was the setting for the wedding of Miss Sally Fay Walling and Allan Forde Wilson on August 30. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walling Sr. of Woodburn and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilson of Spokane.

Rev. George Springer performed the ceremony and dedication service which followed. Mrs. Charles Daiger II of Boise, sister of the groom, was the vocalist and Miss Margaret Paulson was the pianist.

The bride wore a waltz gown of nylon organza and lace fashioned with an off-shoulder neckline. Her elbow length veil was held in place by a headdress of tulle and seed pearls. She carried a cascade of white orchids and stephanotis with yellow leaves.

Miss Jean Walling, sister of the bride, and Miss Sharol Walling of Salem, cousin of the bride, lighted the candles. They wore yellow dresses with turquoise flowers on the tapers.

Miss Janice Juve was the bride’s only attendant and wore a turquoise dress and carried a cascade of carnations.

Brother is Best Man

Lester W. Walling, Jr. was best man and ushers were Lee Conners and Wayne Hill, both of Eugene.

The bride’s mother wore a rose dress with beige accessories and corsage of deep pink roses and white carnations. Mrs. Wilson wore a grey dress with pink accessories and her flowers were pink roses and white carnations.

A reception followed in the church social room. Cutting the cake as Mrs. Gordon Seely and pouring were Mrs. Fred Gunther of San Jose, Calif., sister of the groom, and Miss Jeanne Hill of Salem. Assisting were Miss Darlene Stapleton, Dallas, Miss Kathy Hicks, Salem, Miss Shannon Blomberg, Miss Gladys Douthit of Elliott Prairie, Miss Ruby Chandler, Miss Mary Springer, Miss Phyliss Hansen and Miss Deanna Seely.

For going away the new Mrs. Wilson wore a navy blue dress and hat with white accessories. After September 8 the couple will be at home 680 East 15th St., where Mr. Wilson will be a senior at Northwest Christian College.

Source: Salem Statesman Journal, September 3, 1959.

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