Donna Merrick 6 Nov 1957 Janesville, WI
Donna Merrick Becomes Bride of Navy Man —Hauser Studio MR. AND MRS. WEBSTER Donna Birdella Merrick became the bride of Lee Wayne Webster at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon in St. Matthews Lutheran Church with the Rev. James Thrams officiating. Dale E. Merrick gave his sister in marriage. The bride wore a white waltz- length, lace gown fashioned with rows of ruffled net. A lace and pearl crown held her fingertip veil. She carried a white prayer book with a white orchid and red garnet roses. The bride chose her sister, Mrs. Harold Kotwitz, as matron of honor. She wore a powder-blue lace and taffeta frock styled with fitted bodice and sweetheart neckline. Bridesmaid was the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Vriginia Webster, who wore a shrimp dress identical to that of the matron of honor. Both attendants carried bronze pompons and yellow chrysanthemums. They wore matching headpieces. Best man was James Merrick; groomsman was Wayne Marko: ushers were William Bartels and Jack Dominy. Miss Julia Burrie sang "Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer." A reception was held at the church. Parents of the couple are Mrs. William Merrick, 506 S. Academy St., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Webster, 625 E. Eastern Ave. Mrs. Merrick gave the rehearsal supper at Cozy Inn Friday evening. The bride, a 1956 graduate of Janesville High School, is employed at Glenoit Mills, Inc. The bridegroom, a 1955 graduate of Janesville High School, is serving in the Navy. After a Chicago honeymoon the bride has returned to Janesville and her husband has reported to Great Lakes. He returned Oct. 29 from Japan where he served for the past 10 months. IN THE Dog House?