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at i s s of It m- W. * * * Miss Cody Bride of Gene Kellogtj Robert BÂ«lti photo-Mn. William lujbnt Kellogg Pictured In her wedding suit and hat is Mrs. William Eugene Kellogg, the former Vera Lorraine Cody, daughter of Ed Cody and Mrs. Bessie Cody, who was married Sunday at p. m. to Mr. Kellogg at the Bethany Presbyterian church. The Rev. Robert F. Howard officiated and Mrs. Earl C. Buskness was soloist. Mr. Cody gave his daughter In marriage.' She wore a light blue suit with nut brown accessories, her brown hat trimmed with feathers to match the suit. Her corsage was of gardenias with red roses. Miss Mae Pospisil, bridesmaid, wore a fuchsia dress with black hat and accessories and a gardenia corsage. Wilbur Kellogg was best man. Both Mr. Kellogg and his bride were graduated from Abraham Lincoln high school. The bride-is employed at the Union Pacific and Mr. Kellogg is taking apprentice training. Â· The reception was held in the church parlors and Miss Ruth Cody cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg are on a wedding trip to Denver, Col., and after Sept. 8 will be at home 349 Benton street.