Joe willerth wedding jefferson city tribune 28 Jul 1974
the n n , Miss Debra the He Farm their your trash Given, Willerth say vows Miss Jeanne Carole Given became the bride of Joe Willerth Saturday in a 2 double ring ceremony at Capital City Christian Church. James M. Cunningham, Omaha, Neb., officiated at service. The bride is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. Jerome Given, Omaha, Neb. The groom is the son of Mr. Mrs. Ernest Willerth, St. Louis. Given in marriage by parents, the bride wore an A-line gown designed with high neckline, sheer yoke and long sleeves. The gown was accented with pale pink ribbon. Miss Sherry Given, Omaha, was her sister's maid of Bridesmaid was Miss Gay Given, Omaha, sister of the bride. They wore pink trimmed in white. Wayne Willerth, Haworth, N. J., served as his brotherls best man. Groomsman was Donald Willerth, Upland, Calif., brother of the groom. U s h e r s were C o o p e r , Columbia, Thomas McGinnis, Erie, Pa. The reception was held Holiday Inn.. Mrs. Michael Moran attended the guest book. Mrs. Wayne Willerth and Mrs. Margaret Graham were in charge of the gift table. Assisting generally were Mrs. C. Russell McKinney McKinney and Miss Darlene Bonnot. The bride graduated from W a y n e State Nebraska, and received her master's degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Missouri-Columbia. She is an IBM representative. The groom graduated from Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind., and received his JD degree from the University Missouri-Columbia. Until July 1, he served as a law with Judge Fred Henley, Missouri Supreme Court. He now employed with the law f i r m of Piedimonte Cochran, Independence. The groom's parents entertained entertained Friday night at Ramada Inn with a rehearsal dinner to honor the couple.