(1880 - unknown)
William R. Logus, also known as Captain Moody or Uncle Bill, was the brother of my great-grandmother, Sophia Logus Moody.
Miss May Tilden Becomes Bride of Popular Local Resident.
Oregon City, Or., Nov, 26.- The marriage of Miss
Sadie May Tilden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tilden, of Vancouver,
Wash., and Mr. William R. Logus, of this city, was solemnized at the home
of the bride's uncle. H.L. Coovert, of Vancouver, on Wednesday evening
of this week, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Mr. Gray, rector of
St. Luke's Episcopal Church. The groom and bride were unattended.
After the impressive ceremony that made them man and wife a wedding supper
was served. Mr. and Mrs. Logus received many telegrams of congratulations
and many handsome gifts were presented to the young couple. Only
the immediate relatives of the family and a few intimate friends attended.
| The bride was very attractive in her
gown of white messaline over white silk, and she carried an arm bouquet
of bride's roses. Mr. and Mrs. Logus left on their honeymoon Wednesday
evening, which will be spent in Idaho and in the Sound cities. Upon
their return they will make theri home in this city on Ninth and Main streets.
The groom is one of the popular young men of this city, being First Lieutenant of Company G, Third Infantry, O. N. G., having taken an active part during the Spanish-American war in the Philippine Islands, and formerly a member of the City Council. He is superintendent of traffic of the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Comany with headquarters in Portland, and is the son of the late Julius Logus, one fo the most prominent residents of this city, who always took an active interest in the welfare of the city. The bride is one of Vancouver's well-known youn women, having spent most of her life in the Washington city.
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