Bob Cunnea's daughter

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Bob Cunnea's daughter - Sunda*. June ,19, I960 flat pear] Gail the the...
Sunda*. June ,19, I960 flat pear] Gail the the the a --Hammond Studio Mrs. Fred Werdenhausen * * * * * * In St. Cecelia Church Cunnea-Werdehausen United In Marriage Rites Saturday St. Cecelia Church in Meta was i taffeta. A double Queen's crown the scene of the beautiful double ring ceremony uniting Miss Sandra Cunnea, daughter of the late Loretta Cunnea, Meta, and Fred Werdehausen, son of Mrs. Emma Werdehausen, Meta in the bonds of lace edged with a scalloped' pearl trim, high lighted with tiny iridescent sequins, secured the finger tip length full circular veil of imported French illusion. The bride carried a bouquet of white carnations. of matrimony Saturday morning, j Miss Donna Dciscl, friend of the Thc Rev. J. J. Wilberding read bride, served as bridesmaid. She the marriage rite before an altar decorated with white gladioli and ferns. The bride wore a gown of imported French Chantilly lace and tulle for her wedding. The all-lace wore a blue taffeta dress with a net overlay and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Casper Werdehausen, brother of the groom, served as best man. · Following the ceremony an all. . . . . .. --· . , , , · i lyilV^r V J i l t, t i n - ^ - v i V ' t i * ' ! ! ! 1 t» « « n i » basque styled bodice held a seal- d roccption was he i d at the loped portrait neckline, enhanced| h o m c of ihe groom . with embroidery of tiny seed pearls sparked with iridescent sequins. The gown has long sleeves coming to a point over the wrists. Miss Sallie Moses, daughter of Mrs. Bessie Moses, 1419 West Main; and Miss Glcnda Branson, daugh- wore a cor- The very full bouffante skirt was|t er of Mr. and Mrs. Mclvwi Bran- floor length with the front of skirt . son( 1409 West Main, returned fashioned in deep tiers of seal- home Saturday after spending the loped lace and tulle, the first tier)past two weeks in Topeka, Kan. of iacc in a pc;;iucm eticct, with T h e Jefferson Citians visited a pointed center, draping to the sides and extending to the full length of skirt in back. The back of the skirt was all lace, over underskirts of net and whisper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Montgomery and childrpn, Rickey and Vicki. Mrs. Montgomery is the sister of Miss Moses and the aunt of Miss Branson.

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  1. The Sunday News and Tribune,
  2. 19 Jun 1960, Sun,
  3. Page 18

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