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Bernath, June Gwendlyn (adopted by Jessie Doig Bernath)
B: 1927
D: 1992
M: William Merton Moore
b. 1925, son of Hall Moore and Selma Anderson

FN: Porter Johnson
MN: Dorothy Margaret Harper Bernath

Children of William Merton Moore and June Gwendlyn Bernath:

Betty Jo Moore
B: 18 Oct 1951,
Hallock, Minnesota
M: 04 Aug 1973, James Harold Younggren
b. 04/22/1951

William Hal Moore
B: 14 Oct 1955, Hallock, Minnesota
M: 21 Jun 1975, Lynn Marie Sanner, at Lancaster, Minnesota

June Gwendolyn Bernath - William M. Moore

Bernath - Moore

A 2 p.m. service Saturday in the Methodist Church at St. Vincent united in marriage June Gwendolyn Bernath, [adopted] daughter of Mrs. Jessie Bernath of St. Vincent, and William M. Moore son of Mr. and Mrs. Hall Moore of Hallock, Minn.

Rev. Everett Hanson prompted the vows and nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Frank Quigley of St. Vincent, soloist, and Mrs. Milton Christianson of Pembina, organist.

The attendants were Margaret Iverson of Mekinock as maid of honor, and Mrs. Wilmer Surface of St. Vincent, and Mrs. Stanley Carlson of Chicago, sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaids.

Flower girl was Kathryn Holmquist of Hallock.

The bride, given in marriage by James Bernath, wore a gown of white chiffon velvet fashioned with a fitted bodice, leg-o-mutton sleeves and flanged collar. The full skirt extended to a long train and her fingertip veil was arranged under a band encrusted with pearl beads. She carried a shower boquet of pink happy Day roses, white pompons, baby roses and centered with a gardenia.

Miss Iverson wore a pink velveteen gown with matching mitts, and the bridesmaids were green velveteen costumes with matching mitts. They wore coronets of pompons and carried floral muffs of bronze pompons.

Mrs. Bernath wore a slate grey crepe dress with grey accessories and Mrs. Moore wore a plum colored crepe dress with matching accessories.

William S. McIllraith of Hallock was best man and ushers were Lionel Gustafson and Wilbur G. Bernath

After a reception in the church parlors Mr. and Mrs. Moore left of their wedding trip to the Twin Cities and Chicago. Upon their return they will live on the bridegroom's farm near Hallock.

For traveling, the bride wore a forest green suit with cocoa brown accessories.