Janeen Knoles and John Cannon Wedding

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Janeen Knoles and John Cannon Wedding - •Behind fiem came Gertrude Nance carjcying the...
•Behind fiem came Gertrude Nance carjcying the cherry tree of the George Washington tradi­ and was seriously ill and that Alice Hoover's husband had broken both ankles. kholes - Cannon Vows Have fefii^g in Valley Church ". Janeen .Knoles and John Cannon . a::e aow '^T^. and Mrs,, having tai ken thelr'i*Hiarriage vows on Feb. A)' ibeforg'the Rev. Dale Cundall in the Redwood Valley Community i'iiSburch. T>iey are now settled in a liwne .'on-lLaughlln Way in Red- ^S'&d•valrey. ^|ih.e;> ;ddl4)]e - ring ceremony WTO*;-um^d them w^s at 3 -oi'clt^,ih|a setting of white chry- •'s^ntHeintims, which filled tall (baskets, and white candles held in , stahdhrds' above the flowers. Ribbon - tied pews were reserved for , their finiilies. Women's Frocks . The bride's father Arthur J. Knoles gave her in marriage and vAien they came in Mrs. Noel Inman played piano music. During the ce'remony "The Lord's Prayer", was sung toy Shirley Fortner. Traditional white was wore by the bride. Her dress ot lace over satin iwas, in formal length and had ]ohg„ sleeves. The veil .was arranged Ifrom a heart - shaped headdress that was ornamented In pearls. Her flowers were white roses on a white Bible. Mrs. Gary Risch of Sacramento, the bride's aunt, was her matron of honor. Her dress, an embossed taffeta sheath, was orchid color with purple net overskirt. She had purple flowers and white net arranged Jn her hair and carried a Fench bouquet nf purple carnations. The bridesmaids were Miss Myrna Himes, Mrs. Imogene Oarr and Miss Jennie Cannon, the latter the sister of the bridegroom. They, wore yellow sheath dresses of embossed taiffeta with yellow net overskirts and carried French bouquets ot yellow carnations. Yellow flowers and net were in their hair. Men In Wedding Party Men of the wedding party were Wayne O'Bryant, best man; Ray Knoles, brother oj the bride; Del Kennedy of Cloverdale and Earl Rabison. • The bride's sister Elaine Knoles was the flower girl wearing purple taffeta and net and carrying a little basket of rose petals. The ring bearers were Terry Cannon and Artie Knoles, brothers of the principals. , The wedding reception was in the church, hall adjacent to the church. There white streamers and wedding ibells gave the room a festive aHiearance. A three-tiered cake ornamented with swans and with miniature bride and bridegroom on top was cut and served by Mrs. Crockett Blacklock. The bridesmaids served the punch. • Mrs. Vern- Jackson and Ruth Carr opened the gifts and listed them for the bride. Maria Docklns had charge of the guest book. When the bride threw her .bouquet it was caught by Myrna Himes. Going away she wore a turquoise blue wool suit with a corsage of pink carnations and pink accessories. She and' her bridegroom went to Sacramento on their honeymoon. On their return she resumed her studies at Ukiah high school. Among family guests at the ceremony were the bride's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Milton Knoles of Los Angeles and Mrs. Knoles' great grandmother Mrs. Grace Broivn of Ventura. The bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Knolos and the bridegroom's lather and mother Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cannon, iboth Redwood Valley families, were among the wedding guests and were in tihe receiving line at the reception. Eversole

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  1. Ukiah Daily Journal,
  2. 26 Feb 1960, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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