BioM: Henry, Darlene (1960)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Henry, Annen
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 28 APR 1960
Henry, Darlene (23 APRIL 1960)
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in St. Paul, Minn., was the scene of the 9 a.m. wedding, Saturday, April 23, of Miss Darlene Catherine Henry, daughter of Mrs. Katheryn Henry and Mr. Martin H. Henry of St. Paul, and John J. Annen, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Annen of Loyal. Father Lawrence Keller officiated. Music was provived by the Church Choir.
As Miss Henry approached the flower decked altar with her father she wore a gown of embroidered slik organza over satin. Her French illusion finger-tip veil was caught to a Swedish crown of pearls and she carried white orchids and red roses.
Mrs. Ordner C. Opsahl, sister of the bride, was her matron of honor. She wore a gown of white embroidered nylon with a mint green cummerbund and sash. Her flowers were pink carnations and roses. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert Ronalla and Mrs. Patricia Tschida. Their gowns and flowers were like those of the matron of honor. The three attendants were from St. Paul. Sandra Tachida was flower girl and Martin Opsdahl was ring bearer.
Thomas R. Annen of Loyal served as his brother’s best man and groomsman were Richard Temple and Robert Ronalla of St. Paul.
A wedding breakfast and reception were given at V.F.W. club at N. St. Paul.
The bride is a graduate of St. Joseph’s Academy, St. Paul and is employed as secretary to Harold E, Ruttenburg, Attorney at Law, St. Paul.
The groom is dockman at St. Paul. He attended Loyal schools and spent four years with the U.S. Air Force.
The bride’s mother wore a blue silk gown and blue accessories and the grooms mother wore beige taffeta with beige accessories.
When the new Mr. and Mrs. Annen return from a wedding trip to northern Minnesota and Wisconsin, they will make their home in St. Paul.
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