Darrell Maluy and Beverly Busgen wedding recognized.
Li. locomotive. then tha va SJ.ip/ifter and Welder Go to Altar in ' War Worker Romance Wilmington, Gal., Aug. 27. ^P A romance which blossomed amid the c alter of riveting guns and., the creaking of giant cranes will be climaxed* tomorrow n i g h t 3arrell ' Maluy, 22, f o r m e 3rand Junction, Colo.." and Beverly 3usgem, 19, who came here from Peru, Ind., are married during the swing shirt lunch hour at Consolidated Consolidated Steel Corporation's shipyard where both are employed. A third swing shifter. Rev. Ray Poo! of the Nazarer.e church, now employed Â«* a shlpfltter. will pronounce pronounce the vows while thousands of their fellow workers furnish the audience. Maluy, a shipfltter leadman, and Miis Busgem, a welder, met two months azo when ihe '.cam* her* from the Midwest. After the ceremony they will f[n- iih out their shifts, then embark on a two-day honeymoon.