Jeannine and Wesley DischerJeannine Kendall of Madras, and Wesley Dean Discher of Aberdeen, Wash., were united in marriage on June 15, in Olympia, Wash., in a ceremony officiated by Pastor Bill Keeton at the Wedding Chapel of Grace.

The bride is the daughter of Lorelei Hinton of John Day and Larry Rice of Madras. The groom is the son of Patricia Ruddach of Aberdeen, Wash. and the late Ronald Discher.

The wedding had a "hippie" theme, and everyone received "peace beads" and a garland or headband. The bride wore a white vintage cotton lace strapless A-line gown, with a garland, and flowers that were rainbow-colored crazy daisies. The groom wore a lace lined Capt. Charles Vane shirt with black lace-up pants and "Beatles boots." The matron of honor was Janet Ruark, sister of the bride. The best man was Greg Hein, lifetime friend of the groom. The ringbearer was Devon Kendall grandson of the bride, and the flower girl was Brayson Kendall, granddaughter of the bride. The reception was held at the Waterstreet Cafe in Olympia Wash. The bride, originally from Ukiah, Ore., and a longtime resident of Madras, worked at Mountain View Hospital for over 20 years. The groom previously lived in Central Oregon and was the former manager of Rolaine's Cantina and E.L. Benders in Bend. Most recently, he and Jeannine have together run JMR Entertainment, a music promotion company.

They will be honeymooning at the Boatyard Inn on Widbey Island, Wash.

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