The following holiday related article was located in The Sunday Oregonian, Portland Oregon, Sunday Morning, December 24, 1933:
Several Important Nuptials Will Mark Holiday Season
Miss Shively and Miss Corbett Among Portland Girls Who Will Become Brides
The holidays this year will be marked by several important nuptials. The marriage of Miss Betty Shively and Felix Joujon-Roche will be an event of next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shively. Rev. Oswald W. Taylor will officiate. Miss Margaret Shively will be her sister's maid of honor and a cousin, Miss Lenore Peterson, will be bridesmaid. Jack Musgrove of San Francisco will act as best man for Mr. Joujon-Roche, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Joujon-Roche of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Musgrove arrived yesterday from San Francisco to spend Christmas and attend the nuptial. Mr. Joujon-Roche came today to spend Christmas with his fiancee and her family.
The family of Betty Shively is listed on the 1930 Multnomah County, Oregon census. In the household are William B. Shively age 47 who is an attorney in general practice, wife Pearl P age 43, daughter Elizabeth T age 21, daughter Margaret P age 14, mother-in-law Theresa Peterson age 67 and servant Tam Ecura age 32.
The family of Felix Joujon-Roche is listed on the 1930 Los Angeles County, California census. In the household are Jean B. Joujon-Roche age 55 who is a lawyer with his own practice, wife Rose C age 45 and son Felix G age 20.