Clipped From Arizona Republic
Double Ring Rites Held unsuALt;, July Z7 in a pretty setting of palms and flowers Miss Margarete Lorain Fox of Scottsdale and James Edward Geddes, jr., of Tucson, were mar ried in a double ring ceremony at 8 o'clock Saturday evening in th Tempe First Baptist Church. The Rev. H. A. Wilson, pastor of the church," performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of relatives and friends. Given in marriage by her father. Merle Walter Fox, the bride wore a floor-length floor-length floor-length gown of white lace and chiffon, made on princess lines. Plastic orange blossoms held the fingertip veil in place. She carried a bouquet of white gardenias "and carnations. Miss Dorothy Fox attended her sister as maid of honor. She wore a blue lace and chiffon frock and a blue net bonnet. , Her bouquet was fashioned of pink rosebuds. The bride's mother wore a rose and while sheer frock with white and rdse accessories, and a corsage of gardenias. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. James E. Geddes. wore a navy blue and white ensem ble, white accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Sgt. Roy Bolland of the TTnited States Army served as best man. the weddine processional and re cessional were played by Mrs. Lee Ashworth. and Miss Dorothv Geddes and the bridegroom's motner sang "Because" and "I Love xou .truly, respectively. A reception followed in the church parlors. The couple will reside- reside- in Seattle, Wash. The bride, dauzhter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Walter Fox of Scottsdale, Scottsdale, is a graduate of Temne Union High School and a Phoenix business college. She has been employed as a secretary in tne Jank of Douglas. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Alhambra, Calif., High School and Pasadena Junior College. He spent three years with the U. S. Marine Corps, from which he received received an honorable discharge after participating in several of the ma jor battles of the Pacific.