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Frank Wesner and Patricia McMurray Wedding
MRS. FRANK H. WESNER NEE PATRICIA M c M U R K A Y (Kertmnn photo) . if * * Sister's Veil Used In Saturday Rites Betrothed The imported silk illusion fingertip veil which sister and matron of honor, Mrs. C. W, Frederick Ypsilanti, had worn at her wedding, was part of bridal costume of Miss Patricia Ann McMurray when she was married Saturday to Frank H. Wesner of Court street, St. Joseph, at the Benton Harbor Methodist Peace Temple. The . s c a 11 o p e d-edge veil, trimmed with lace motifs, was tecured by a small vose of silk organza centered in large leaves of lace. The bride's gown of silk organza-over-taffeta organza-over-taffeta , had re-embroidered re-embroidered Belgian lace outlining the scoop neckline of Its fitted bodice, which featured a pleated cummerbund and bracelet-length sleeves shirred at the wrist. Large lace motifs accented the soft inverted pleats forming each side of the bell-shaped skirt, which dipped into a chapel train. A soft bow at the waistline gave back interest.' WHITE GLAMELIAS The bride carried a while gla- melia cascade, with streamers of stephanotis and trailing Ivy and a detachable corsage. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. McMurray, 211 Nickerson Nickerson avenue, Benton Harbor. Mr. Wesner's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wesner, 1687 Parr court, St. Joseph. Dr. Stanley Buck, pastor, read the double ring service at 3 o'clock. Warren Colby presided at the organ. Matron of honor Mrs. Frederick Frederick wore a' street-length dress of light mint green cotton batiste, batiste, it's re-embroidered lace bodice trimmed In small green rosebuds, and its skirt featuring soft pleats. Her white straw ring hat was adorned with a greed rose matching those of her bodice. bodice. She. carried a crescent of white glamelias. BRIDESMAIDS Bridesmaids, in gowns Identical to her's, were Miss Georgia Ba?.- iotls, Lansing; Mrs. Gerald Leese, Grand Rapids, a sorority sister of the bride; and Mrs. Richard Kienbaum, Kalamazoo. Each cnr- ried a semi-crescent of white glamelias. The bridegroom's brother, Paul Wesner, was best man. Another brother, Arthur Wesner, Wesner, and four friends were ushers. . The Jricnds were-. Robert Stanley. Stanley. Cincinnati. Ohio; Richard Bicknell, J. E. Schadlw snct Len Fluurath, all of St. Joseph. The reception ior 215 guests was held in Temple hall of (he church, following the wedding. Mrs. Gary Wright assisted with the guest book. U.I. HONEYMOON Leaving the church, the pair headed directly Ior the Upper Peninsula and a (rip around Lake Michigan. When they return AIIR. 6. they will be at home at 8B Court street, St. Joseph. MISS BAKNKS BUCHANAN -- Dr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Barnes, 207 West street, Bucha' u, announce the engagement o. their daughter, Janice Elizabeth, to Robert E. Guenther, son of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Guenther, of Birmingham, Mich. The bride-elect is a graduate Buchanan High school and is enrolled enrolled In the School of Nursing at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He fiance, who was graduated from Birmingham High school, Is a student In the School of Architecture at the university. No date has been set for the wedding. Local Man's Fiancee Is Shower Guest The bride is a graduate of j Lansing Sexton high school and from Western Michigan University University with a B.A. degree. She was B member of Sigma Kappa sorority. sorority. This fall she is to teach fit St. Joseph, junior high school. Her bridegroom is a graduate of the St. Joseph high school, Benton Harbor Community College College and Hillsdale Collene. He has a B.A. degree from Hillsdale where he was affiliated with Delta Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. Currently Currently he is a sales training representative representative for Whirlpool Corporation. Corporation. *Â»Â» ; . Three local hostesses entertained entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon and bridal shower Ior Miss Lois Henderson of Minneapolis, Minn., Saturday at Berrien Hills Country Country club. They were Mrs. Ray Konralh, Mrs. Byron W. Sheffer, Jr., and Mrs. William R. Fletcher. Fletcher. Mrs. Sheffer's mother. The honoree Is to be. married in December to Larry Weygand, son of the Ray Weygnnds of North Ottawa road, Indian Hills. Reason that the paj-ty was given this early is that Mtss Henderson will be leaving in late August Des Molnes, la., where she will be teaching In the junior high I .school this fall. TO STUDY LAW Both she and her fiance are graduates of Drake University in Des Moines. wher? Mi'. Weygand Weygand will be entering the School of Law this fall. White gladioli and double blue painted daisies decorated the clubhouse. Out of town gviests were Mrs. J. H. Loomis. Mrs. Louis Mc- Fndden, Mrs. Douglas SlagRevt, all of Ludlngton; Mrs. Minnie Birkins und Mrs. Howard Birkins, Birkins, South Haven; and the honoree's mother, Mrs. Maurice Henderson Henderson of Minneapolis.