Clipped From The Tipton Daily Tribune
MOM)AV, FEBRUARY 22, 1971 ////JJ Connie^ane *Y\f\llli 1IU %.UlnM Wd ler Miss Connie Jane Miller, daughter daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Raymond Miller, 1521 N.Wabash, kokomo, became the bride of Ted Arnold Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Arnold Weber; former Tipton residents, residents, 3301 Tallyhe Dr. on Sunday, Sunday, February 14 at 2:30 p.m. The ceremony took place at the St. Joan Church and the rites were read by Father David Douglas.' The bride's dress was street length of white dacron with an empire waistline, long sleeves and mandarin collar which with the bodice was accented with bands of wide embroidered lace. Her headpiece was a cluster of white satin roses tied with white veiling. She wore white satin slippers and carried a nosegay of red and white sweetheart roses and baby's breath. Matron of honor was the bride's sister/Mrs. Tim Lovegrove.She wore a gold wool dress and carried carried a single long stem red rose. The mothers of the couple and grandmother of the groom, Mrs. Roma Cage Sr. of sSharpsville, hac corsages of white sweetheart roses. ' Best man was Terence Weber, brother of the groom, who is stationed stationed in the Navy at Charleston S. Carolina.' The bride graduated from Kokomo Kokomo High School in 1970 and from Wright's Beauty College. The groom graduated from Kokomo Kokomo High School in 1969 and is attending the United Electronics Institute in Louisville, Ky. and will graduate in August. He is enrolled through correspondence in the Cleveland Institute'of Electronics Electronics and is stuyding to attain attain his first class Radiotelephone Radiotelephone license. He is employed at NAPA - Motor Parts Depot in Louisville. The couple left immediately after the ceremony for their new home. Their address is: 4525 Broadleaf Drive, Broadleaf Arms Aprt, #2 Lousville, Ky.