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Edward J. Wesner and Roberta Cobb Wedding
pink Mr waS of of Cris and of Franklin Wis., and Fehlo Janda Roberta Gobi) Exchanges Vows With Edward Wesner All estimated 200 guests saw MKs'foook. Roberta Cobb and Edward J. Wes-1 The newlyweds will spend their nor pledge their marriage vows a t ! honeymoon in southeastern the First Assembly of God, Saturday Saturday at 1 p, m, The Rev. Alvin Sprecher, pastor of the church, read the double ring ceremony before the i w a s decorated with jaskets of gladioli The new Mrs. altar which:ployed palms, and Berrien smiri, returning July 5 to make home at 566 Colfax avenue. The bride, a 195G graduate of Benton Harbor high school, is em- ?s stenographer for the County Bureau of Social and'carnations. I Aid. Her husband, who graduated Wesner is the from the Benton Harbor high school daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ijcmuel, in the same class, is employed A. Cobb, 313 Ross street. Her b r i d e - ] t i m e at Modern groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. i and part time by Sears Reinhold Wesner, TIB Buss ave- Company. nue. I "*"" ESCORTED BY FATHER Entering on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage, the bride wore a floor-length gown i of lace and tulle over satin. Pearls and iridescent sequins trimmed the long-sleeved, lace bodice with scoop neckline, and lace panels featured Class Of '40 Has Reunion 'Â·The f u t u r e is today, Lansing was the nylon tulle skirt. Seed pearls i the best of it and enjoy it!" decorated the crown which held her shoulder-length veil of illusion. She carried a white orchid with streamers on a white satin-covered Bible. Her jewels were a pearl neck,ace neck,ace and pearl ring. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Ann Wesner, as maid of honor, was at- from MSU tired in a pule blue f l o o r - length jown of nylon tulle, over t a f f e t a , styled with scoop neckline and short sleeves. A braided crown of pleated blue tuile and message to the 1040 graduating class of Benton Harbor high schoo! from a former class president and class speaker, David Kahn, at the annual reunion dinner, held Saturday Saturday evening at Rosi's, Ridge road, St. Joseph. her short matching blue veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations with white lace and pink streamers. Miss Kathy Hazen as bridesmaid. Kahn, a steel company owner from Detroit, ns principal speaker, proved as delightful an entertainer as in high school days and kept HO banqueters in a constant state pearls held of merriment. H. Paul Florin, local funeral director, presided as master of ceremonies. ceremonies. } Former classmates came for the reunion from as far away as Calia Calia n d ' t h e flower gl'rl, Joyce Phillips.' fornta on the west ami held party -- i"iÂ»u were dressed alike in pale pink nylon tulle, over t a f f e t a , with scoop necklines, short sleeves and floor- length skirts. Arnold Liedtkc was best man and Don Pillow was the bridegroom's other attendant. Kenneth Priebc, Coloma, and Douglas Podjan ushered. ushered. DINNER--RKCKPTION" A b u f f e t style dinner was served to 250 at Fehlberg's, south of St. Joseph, at 3 p. in. Mis. Kenneth Priebe of Coloinu cut the wedding cake. The maid of honor and brides- who D. C., on the east. Many, ,,..~. couldn't be here, sent letters and telegrams of greeting and regret. It was decided lo hold the next reunion the last Saturday in D of I960. Saturday's reunion committee follows: follows: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Van Hoevcn, Mr. and Mrs. H. Paul Florin, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brown, Mrs. Owen Ucck Schadlcr, Mrs. Juno Tanner Caldwell, Mrs. June Field Willard, Mrs. Bettc Burr Schoff, Mrs. Josephine T a Wcin- vice man Nercnberff, Mr. Wesner's sister, sister, was in charge of the guest