Clipped From Moberly Monitor-Index
Kennedy-Gallup Vows Exchanged Juanlta Kennedy, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Elmo Anderson,Kansas Anderson,Kansas City, and Harry Gallup, Moberly, were married at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon In the United Penecostal Church. J e r r y Hill, minister, performed performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated wilh floral arrangements. Mrs. Hill provided mimic. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a floor-length turquoise blue KOWII. Her headpiece consisted ot a white veil and she carried a bouquet of white daisies. Her sister, Kathy Boer, Kansas City, was her attendant. She wore n lloor-length white dress and carried an , arrangement of flowers. * Jerry Patrick, Mobcrly, was best man. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Rex Hincs, 528 East Logaa The bride's three-tiered cake was topped with a bride and bridegroom and encircled with daisies. Following a trip to Oklahoma, the bride will return to Kansas City, where she is employed. attended the Salisbury Schools. Mr. Gallup attended the Moberly schools and is serving in the U. S. Army, stationed Ft, Sill, Okla.