Wanda Hardy marries Mr. McCoy.
IIiirrty-Mrrny On November 111 nl \^ o'clock In tbr iitlrrnooil at St. Joliji's cluireh Sn folii, •Mlsf Wandn Ifa'rdy, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hardy bo- I'lime (he;bride nf Robert L. McCoy, hiin of Mr. and Mr«. Oarl McCoy nf . Anthnny. The Rev. Herbert N, Ilnf-; tti| offlctliited at tlin double ring enr- eiu'iiiv. Mrs. Paul lilllin, nrganltd., played a program nf ^^eddlng miiiSo and the ancompanlmenl. lor t|iH -ehnlr, bride wore ii BUlt of belun dliiirknkln; with browij aueedsorlew. llfr iMiruaye was nf pink rniiHs. ner . (mlv oriiamoiit wan a 'double strarfd fir' penrlK. a ulfl of the Broom, Mftt. Claude McMlclinol, tilsler of ' brkle, watt the maid Of honor. 8ho wore a etny sharksklh dress wlldi black accrsRorlcR and.- her corsatfo was of yillow carnations. Kermit McCoy, brother of the groom, was best manl The brides' mother wore a nnvy blue crept dress with black accessories. accessories. 'Both wore white carnation corsages. Mrs. John Volz, sister pt the bride, was in charge of the guest book. ' Following Following the ceremony, a reception, reception, was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's tablfe. decorated! with yellow mums and candelabra, was centered by a thre^- tler cakei topped with a mlnlatuia bridal couple. Mrs. Alva Flack assisted assisted with the serving. The bridal couple left on a trip to Oklahoma. The bride graduated, from theiMoran hlghpchool and before before her marriage was employed by the Allen County State Bank. Mr. McCoy graduated from the Augusta high school and la now employed by M. W. Watson, genofal contracUtr, . of Topcka. The couple will make their homo at Anthony, Kas.