Clipped From The Capital Journal
Oregon Wac Marries Navy Man Wed at a simple ceremony at the Rose City Park Presbyterian church in Portland the evening of January 7 at 8 o'clock were Capt. Barbara Crookham of the Wacs, stationed at Wright field, Dayton, Ohio, and Lt. Harry Marcellus Eulcr of the United States navy. Dr. Donald W. M. MacCIuer, who was assisted by Dr. W. W. Youngson, officiated at the rites and singing preceding the cere-nony was Mrs. Eleanor Moore Roberts. The wedding marches and vocal accompaniment were played by Frances Jordon Woodin. . Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her Wac uniform and was attended by Miss Ruby Darby. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony after which both returned to their posts of duty. ' The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L, LrooKnam 01 .Portland, was graduated from Grant high school in Portland and Willam ette university, where she was a member of the Delta Phi sorority. She later did graduate work at the University of Hawaii. The captain was com missioned a second lieutenant in the Waac in September, 1942, being graduated with the second officers' class at Fort Des Moines. She recently received "per commission as a captain. Lt. Euler is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Euler of Portland. He attended Grant . high school and Reed college and was graduated from the Annapolis naval academy in 1939. Lieut. Euler has seen three years of service in the navy and wears five battle zone stars, having participated in the Invasion of Guadalcanal, Sicily ana Makin island.