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Farrell Carpenter Wedding 1929

Farrell Carpenter Wedding 1929

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This article that I am attaching describes the wedding of Robert S. Farrell, son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Farrell Sr. to Nancy Carpenter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer V. Carpenter. Transcribed from the Morning Oregonian, newspaper of Portland, Oregon.
This article that I am attaching describes the wedding of Robert S. Farrell, son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Farrell Sr. to Nancy Carpenter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer V. Carpenter. Transcribed from the Morning Oregonian, newspaper of Portland, Oregon.

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R.S. Farrell Jr. Weds Nancy Carpenter
Morning OregonianApril 28, 1929
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The marriage of Robert S. Farrell Jr. and Miss Nancy Carpenter was solemnizedWednesday night in Trinity church. Members of the wedding party included, front row, left to right,seated: Miss Marion Rankin, Miss Martha Carpenter, Miss Mary Carpenter, Miss Geraldine Dye andMiss Frances Cornell; standing directly behind them are, left to right: Henry Bristol, Constance Green,Mrs. Frederick A. Jacobs Jr., Mrs. Robert S. Farrell Jr., Miss Agnes Deery, Gordon Dodge, Carl Huesseyof Seattle and Earl Olsen; on the steps, reading down, left to right: Miss Ardelia Haradon, Miss IsabelStarr, Robert S. Farrell Jr., Dr. Lee Edward Emery and Kenneth Barker; in the back row; John Marshalland Charles Barker. A large reception followed the ceremony at the home of the bride’s parents.Mr. and Mrs. Farrell will be at home after May 15 in the Garden Court apartments. – Berger PhotoMiss Nancy Carpenter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer V. Carpenter, became the bride of Robert S.Farrell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Farrell, at one of the most beautiful weddings of the season,solemnized Wednesday night at Trinity Episcopal church. Dr. A. A. Morrison officiated before abrilliant assemblage of society folk. The bride, who was given by her father, wore a stunning gown ofivory satin, made with long, light sleeves and a peacock train which fell from the low waistline. Theyoke of the bodice was of old lace encrusted with tiny seed pearls and the cuffs of the sleeves werealso of lace and pearls. The full-length veil and short face veil were of tulle, caught into a cap of the

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