BioM: Waters, Genevieve F. (1946)


Surnames: Waters, Moos, Downing, Hunt, Moir


----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/09/1946


Waters, Genevieve F. (26 JAN 1946)


On Saturday, Jan. 26th, 1946, in the Memorial Presbyterian Church at Oxford, Ohio, Miss Genevieve F. Waters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard E. Waters, became the bride of Mr. Charles Arthur Moos, son of Mrs. and Mrs. A. Moos of Lorain, Ohio, in a double ring ceremony.


The Rev. Elliot Porter, minister of the church, officiated.  Prof. Edward G. Mead played the organ, and preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Genevieve Wilmot sang, "I Love You Truly" and "Oh, Promise Me."


The bride wore a sort pink dressmaker suit, a sequin covered hat with a shoulder veil, and carried a bouquet of sweet peas and roses, tied with white satin ribbon.  She was attended by Corp. Lila M. Downing, of Long Beach, Calif., as maid of honor, and Corp. Jacqueline J. Hunt of Elkview, W. Va., as bridesmaid.  Both are in the Women’s Reserve Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune, N.C., and wore a their uniforms, with corsage of white carnations.


The groom was attended by Allen Moir and Karl Moses, his brother, both of Lorain, Ohio.  The two mothers wore dark dresses with corsages of yellow roses.


Following the ceremony, cake and punch were served in the reception room of the church, after which the couple left for a short trip before going back to Camp Lejeune, N.C., where Mrs. Moos, a corporal in the Women’s Reserve Marine Corps, was to be discharged the first of February.  Mr. Moos served in the Marine Corps in the Pacific and in this country at Quantico, Va.  His discharge came early in January.


Mr. and Mrs. Moos will attend the University of Miami at Oxford, Ohio, where he was studying when he enlisted.  They will be at home at 1 East Church St., Oxford, Ohio, after Feb. 15th.



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