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Frederick Wesner & Shirley Jewell Marriage
was lace WESNER - JEWELL Shirley Ann Jewell became the bride of Frederick Wesner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Wesner of route 2, St. Joseph. Given In marriage by her uncle, Leonard Jewell, she chose a gown of white lace, taffeta, net and satin. The fitted bodice featured lace over taffeta trimmed with pearls and sequins, and the floor- length bouffant skirt was of net over satin. A sequined cap held fingertip veil and she carried red roses with white carnations and ] lily of the valley streamers on a white pearl Bible. Mrs. Richard Wesner, sister-in- law of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She chose a ballerina- length gown of pink crystalette with a round neckline and short sleeves. Her headdress was of pink net with rhines^ne"trim* 'on* the the hat and veil, she carried pink and blue carnations. Sharon Schneider, gowned in a dress of white crystalette trimmed in aqua and styled like the matron of honor, was bridesmaid. Junior bridesmaid was Caron Webbere of Pontiac. Her dress w a s white! crystalette trimmed in Nile green. Linda Jewell, niece of the brides, of Sodus, was flower girl. She wore a white nylon dotted swiss over pink taffeta dress. Timothy Jewell was ringbearer. Richard Wesner was'his brother's best man and James Wesner of He1 ' lin St. Joseph, another brother was by a usher. Donald Mendenall of Euclid Center was the junior usher. Mr. and Mrs. Wesner will honeymoon at Yellowstone National pnrk. The bride, a graduate of Benton Harbor high school, is employed a secretary at the Remington corporation. Her husband, who was graduated from St. Joseph high school, is a tool nnd die apprentice at Whirlpool-Sceger corporation.