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Norma played the organ at the Michigan theatre in Ann Arbor, for part of a year.
Ann Arbor News -Sept 3, 1923(Society page)
A very pretty home wedding took place at high noon Saturday at the home of Mr & Mrs Otto Powers of Olivia Avenue when their daughter Norma Iris was united in marriage with Dr. Raymond Field Cannon,son of Mr & Mrs Martin J Cannon of this city.Rev William Long of Mason performed the ceremony.
The bride who was given in marriage by her father was very lovely in a gown of silver white canton crepe trimmed with rows of corded silk petals.Her veil of tulle fashioned in a coronet style was held in place by a wreath of delicate silver leaves and pearls.She carried a shower bouquet of white rose buds fastened with streamers of silver ribbons
The bride was attended by Miss Grace Cannon, sister of the groom, as maid of honor, and by Miss Maxine Christman as bridesmaid.Miss Cannon was very attractively attired in orchid crepe dechine made in brodice style with a full scalloped skirt while Miss Christman wore a charming gown of charmuse in a pastel shade of blue with overdrapes of silk chiffon stitcned in silver.Each carried shower bouquets of orchid rose buds and babies breath tied with large bows of ribbon.
The groom was attended by Harold Powers, brother of the bride, as best man while the wedding march was played by Miss Eva Comin, a graduate of the Univ School of Music.
Both the bride and groom were well known in the city,Mrs Cannon having been secretary to the state architect for several years while Dr Cannonis a graduate of the college of dentistry with the class of 1921 and a member of the Delta Sigma Delta.
Only relatives and intimate friends of the bride & groom witnessed the ceremony, following which a two course luncheon was served the guests. Later in the afternoon Dr & Mrs Cannon left for an extended trip in the east and after Oct 10th will be at home to their friends at 3827 Almeda Drive, Toledo,Ohio.