Miss Viola Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Fisher, became the bride of William Chapman at a beautiful ceremony in the Fisher home at 1440 Bellevue street Sunday afternoon at one-thirty. Rev. H.C. Stover officiated at the service.
Relatives of the young people formed the guest group at the service and at the dinner which followed. For generations were represented when the grooms grandmother, Mrs. N.S. Buel, her daughter, Mrs. F.A. Chapman, her granddaughter, Mrs. K.V. Maguren, and great granddaughter, Rosemary Maguren, were included in the guest group.
The bride wore a lovely gown of pink flat crepe and her maid, Ruby Comstock, who was her only attendant, wore orchid crepe. Alfred Dresner served as best man.
Covers at the wedding dinner were placed for the bridal party, Mr. and Mrs. F.A. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Fisher, Fred, Ethel, Vernon and Jack Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Dunigan and daughters Margaret, Dorothy and Harriett, Mr. and Mrs. K.V. Mauguren [sic] and daughter Rosemary, Mrs. N.S. Buel, Mrs. Alfred Dresner, Mrs. Martha Ettner, Miss Edna Comstock and Rev. H.C. Stover.
After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Chapman will return to Salem to make their home of Bellevue street.
Source: Salem Daily Capital Journal, June 4, 1929.