Miss Viola Voss And T-Sgt. Ralph E. Head Wedded
At the rectory of St. Clement's church at 9:30 o'clock on Saturday morning,
Miss Viola Voss of this city was united in marriage to T/Sgt. Ralph E. Head
in a ceremony read by the Rev. John D. Durnin.
The bridegroom is concluding a 30-day furlough after completing 30 combat
missions as a radio man and gunner on a Liberator bomber with the Seventh
A.A.F. in the Central Pacific theater of war. He will leave on Thursday for
the Hawaiian islands for reassignment, and is the son of Mrs. Fred Head, Anna
M. Reiss Home.
The bridal gown of white sheer ninon, styled with a full skirt and a
sweetheart neckline, was worn with a white picture hat. The bouquet was an
all-white combination of carnations, feverfew and stock. A necklace of
pearls was the bridegroom's gift.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Head, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, were the
best man and matron of honor at the ceremony, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Feldmann, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, were the groomsman and
A wedding reception and supper were held at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Voss, 1914 N. Nineteenth street, where the bride will
continue to reside. She is an employe of the H.C. Prange Co.
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