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the by two we Fla. the her the to the for Agnes Hoag Bride Of Bruno Landwehr The N marriage " of Miss Agnes Hoag, daughter of Mrs. Agnes Hoag, to Bruno Landwehr, son of Mr. and Mrs, Clem Landwehr of St. Cloud, was solemnized, August 24, at 7:00 ajn. with a nuptial mass at St. Agnes church in Mena, Ark., Rt. Rev. A. P. Gallagher officiating officiating at the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by the choir accompanied by Miss Dorothy Ryan, organist, and Henry Blattell, violinist. Special selections were "Ave Marie" by Roswig, sung by Miss Ann Roberts, and "Mother at Your Peet is Kneeling," sung by Miss Eileen Ryan. The bride was attired In a light blue dress of rayon taffeta with picture hat of the same material in navy blue with an underlining of pale blue, and wore navy accessories. accessories. She carried a light blue taffeta prayerbook and wore a corsage of lilies of the valley with white car' nations. The bride wore a gold cross, a family, heirloom, which her mother had worn at her wedding. Mr. Landwehr's sister, Miss Mil' dred Landwehr of Minneapolis, was maid of honor. She wore a pink silk crepe dress with navy acces sories, and a single strand of pearls. Joseph Hoag, brother of the bride, was best man. Following the wedding a breakfast breakfast was given at Bell's cafe for the immediate family and the wed ding party. ,A reception for friends of the couple was held at the home of the bride's mother. On a table decor ated with ivy and aeipnias was a miniature bride and bridegroom. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home in St. Cloud, where Mr. Landwehr is engaged in farming. The bride is a graduate of Mena High school and St. Joseph's business business academy. She has since been employed by the Coca-Cola Coca-Cola Coca-Cola Bottling Bottling works and Bell's cafe. Mr. Landwehr is a graduate of St. Paul agricultural college. Included among the out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Clem Landwehr of St. Cloud; Miss Mildred Mildred Landwehr of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Alsbrook and son and Mrs. Howard Doss and son and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brugnone, all of Little Rock, Ark. Stur-re, Mrs. Mrs. ings p.m. For

Clipped from St. Cloud Times01 Sep 1948, WedPage 8

St. Cloud Times (Saint Cloud, Minnesota)01 Sep 1948, WedPage 8
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