15 Jan 1945 - Rosen wedding
SOCIETY PARADE KoKrii-Koen Kites Miss Rosalie Rosen, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rosen of Los Angeles, and Sergeant Harvey Leo Koen, based at Minter Field, wore united in marriage in the home of the bride's parents December 31. Only members oC the immediate family witnessed the ceremony. Officiating was Rabbi Max Kert. The bride wore an aqua blue rayon crepe frock with black sequin accessories. She carried an orchid resting on a Bible. Acting as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. H. L. Klakoff, who was attired In a fuchsia crepe frock and wore a corsage of carnations and roses. Dr. M. L. Klakoff served as best man. Mrs. Koen was given in marriage by her father. .Serving as ushers in the home were Sergeant Frank D. Rosen, a brut her of the bride, stationed in Texas: .Sum Kcisen, also a brother of the bride, and private Gene Sisson of M inter Field. A reception was held in the home following' the. wedding. Mrs. Kla- l«'ff also entertained in this city recently at her home in honor of the couple. The bride lias been residing with the Klakoff's during the past year. Mrs. Keon attended Los Angeles schools and the bridegroom was attending the University of Ohio prior to his enlistment In the army one day after Pearl Harbor. The young people are with the Klakoff's at present. * • * Campbell Weds Miss Dorothy Campbell, the daughter of Mrs. John C. Campbell oC 2tj'2t) Nlles street, became the bride of Private Leo K, Pike, the son of L. A. Pike, Coggan, .Iowa, recently. The ceremony was read by the Reverend Dillon Wesley Throckmorton in Trinity Methodist Church. Attending the couple were Miss Vivian Marsh and Corporal John Stilwell of Burbank. The bride was graduated from East Bakersfield High School and Private Pike attended Coggan High School. He is based at present at the Aircraft Factory School, Burbank. * * * \Vrddinc Announced The marriage of M'iss Patricia Ann Moore, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. .Moore, of L'404 Emidlo street, to Private Sylvanus Lunde, of Gainesville, Texas, was announced here today. The ceremony was performed December 23 In the local Lutheran Church by the Reverend R. J. Jagels. The private was formerly based at Minter Field.