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Carol Wesner and Robert Kish Wedding
Carol Wesner Wears Gown Of Satin, Lace Double Ring Ceremony Unites Couple MR., MRS. ROBERT LOUIS KISH (Kedman Studio PKoto) The Rev. Norman W. Berg officiated Saturday when Miss Carol Lynn Wesner became the bride of Louis Kish. The marriage ceremony was performed performed in the Grace Lutheran church which was decorated with baskets of chrysanthemums, stock and carnations. Miss Elizabeth Sitz was organist and Mrs. Harold Reinhardt, Reinhardt, soloist, lor the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wesner of 1010 Lavette street, are parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank K:sh, North Crystal Avenue.- Approaching the altar on the arm of her father, the bride was attired in a floor-length gown with a sweep train. The fitted bodice of net over satin was styled with long sleeves of rosepoinfc lace and a scoop neckline trimmed with lace. The skirt featured featured a front panel of permanent pleated net over satin with a wide border of lace around the hem. Miss Virginia Breyen, wearing a yellow gown and carrying a cascade of white daisies with yellow centers, was maid of honor. The bridesmaid bridesmaid was Miss Alice Kish, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Mary Ann Wesner, sister of the bride, was junior junior bridesmaid. Â· They chose blue dresses and cascades of yellow daisies with deeper yellow centers. Their waltz-length gowns were of starched nylon. The fitted bodices featured scoop necklines with wide collars and medallion trim. Robert Huff of Coloma was best man and Ronald Knuth of St. Joseph, Joseph, a cousin of the bride, was groomsman. The 275 guests were seated by another cousin of the bride, Leslie Knuth, of St. Joseph, and Robert Nagle, The reception followed in the parlors parlors of the church. After the reception a buffet supper for the bridal party and relatives was served in the home of the bridegroom's bridegroom's parents. The newly weds will travel to the Smoky mountains, and upon their at 1245 Monroe return will reside street. The bride, a graduate of Benton Harbor high school, is employed in the Benton Harbor office of Simjniz company. Her husband, Â» graduate of the same high school, served in the armed forces and is employed by Clark Equipment company. MI!,, SIRS. J. G. NAUMAN (licdtnan Photo) Delores Rupchock and James G. Naumann exchanged nuptial vows Saturday in the rectory of St. John's Catholic church. The Rev. William G. Limbert officiated at the double ring rites. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Theresa Oleo, 766 Pipestone street and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Catherine Naumann of North Shore drive. A white lace, street-length dress with scoop neckline and full skirt was the choice ot the bride. She wore a lace cap encircled with pearls which held a shoulder length veil. Her flowers were white carnations. carnations. Miss Arlcne Conrad of John road, St. Joseph was maid of She wore a light blue cotton and silk princess style dress and a light blue hat. She carried carnations.