San Francisco Call, Volume 105, Number 93, 3 March 1909 — MISS WALSH WEDS DR. JOHN L. LOHSE [ARTICLE]

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Rev. Charles R. Brown Reads Service in Home of the < Bride's Parents

OAKLAND, March 2. — Two hundred and fifty guests gathered at the Walsh residence in Monte Vista avenue this evening for the wedding of Miss Marion Beckwith Walsh and Drl John Louis Lohse. All the appointments of the wedding were suggestive of the springtide. In the drawing room, where the marriage service was read by Rev. Charles R. Brown, pastor of the First Congregational church, four golden pillars supported huge baskets of blossoms.

At 8:30 o'clock the bridal party came down the broad stairs, Kenneth Walsh and Donald Walsh. • > the young brothers of the bride, leading the way as ribbon bearers, being followed by Mr. and Mrs. Henry "Lord Chase, Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and .Mr. and Mrs. 'Frederick Dleckmann. Each of the young matrons wore her own .bridal gown of white satin' and carried a shower of maidenhair fern. Miss Harriet Walsh, Miss Walsh's younger -sister, and Miss Katherine Thomas, a niece, of Dr. Lohse, served as flower girls. They wore pretty gowns of white with broad pink sashes and carried baskets of spring flowers. As bridesmaid Miss Ada Taylor of Hanford preceded Miss Clarissa Lohse, who attended as maid of honor. Miss Taylor's.gown was* of pink chiffon over pink satin. She carried an armful of enchantress carnations. Miss Lohse's robe of net was in a deeper shade of pink. She carried rose carnations.

Miss Walsh was led to the altar by her father. She wore an exquisite robe of heavy white satin and carried a shower of lilies of the. valley.

Dr. Lohse and his best man, Charles Lohse, awaited the bride at the altar with the clergyman. After the wedding, supper Dr. and Mrs. Lohse left on a short trip, planning to return to Oakland for a few days before going on to Boston, from, where they will sail for Europe March 27.

• Mrs. William Gardiner; formerly Miss Roberta Clay, was the inspiration for a party this afternoon, over which her mother, Mrs. Allen Clay, presided at her home in Berkeley. Mrs. Gardiner will leave shortly for her home In New York.

To celebrate their first anniversary the dozen members of La Tres Joli club gave a banquet and informal dance last week at the Key Route hotel.' including a number of outside guests in their invitation.

A number 9f guests will cross the bay tomorrow evening to ! attend the wedding of Miss Mabel Toy and Frank Lucas.

BERKELEY, March 2. — In the presence of but 20 relatives and friends Miss Grace E. Foulds, a well known society girl of this city and "university graduate, was married this evening to Florance Armbruster, auditor of the Pacific coast branch of the Diamond match company of Chicago. Rev. Edward Lamb' Parsons, .rector of St. Mark's Episcopal church, -officiated. Miss Mabel Warnick of this city was the 1 maid of honor and Mathew Simon of Chico, an intimate friend of the bridegroom, attended him. The Foulds home In Bancroft way, where the service was read, was decorated with fruit blossoms and- green ery.t3p&3S£BKS| After' the ceremony* supper 'was served, and then Mr. and Mrs. Armbruster left on a honeymoon trip to the south, after which they will make their home in Chico. ■

Miss Foulds was gowned in white satin cut in the «directoire mode, en in with gold and cluny lace. She carried a shower of bride roses and a wreath of orange blossoms. Miss Warnlck wore a pink messallne sown and carried bridesmaid roses. Mrs. J: E. Foulds, mother of the bride, wore a gown of rich white lace.