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Robert Winkler Takes Bride In Church Rites

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Joyce Anne Finkbeiner was married in a double ring ceremony in the Bethlehem Evangelical and Reformed Church Saturday afternoon to Cpl. Robert Winkler of W. Huron River Dr. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Finkbeiner of S. Fourth Ave.

The bride was gowned in ballerina length white embroidered organdy over pink taffeta. Her veil was nylon net in a shoulder length. She carried a white orchid on a Bible.

Shirley Kearney of W. Liberty St., the maid of honor, wore a ballerina length white eyelet over blue taffeta and a matching white eyelet headpiece. Her bouquet was a cascade of pink roses and pink and blue delphinium.

Peter Schmid of Sunset Rd. was the best man. Edward Winkler, brother of the bridegroom, and Jack Crawford of W. Liberty St. were the ushers.

The reception was held immediately following the ceremony in the church parlors. Sally Winkler, sister of the bridegroom, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Raymond Ceronsky of Saline poured. Mrs. Karl Ulrich of Highland Rd. cut the cake. Mrs. Harold Wilde of Brooks St. assisted.

The couple will make their home in Riverside, Calif., after a short trip to Northern Michigan. For the trip the bride wore a sheer cocoa brown dress with green accessories and an orchid corsage.

Mrs. Winkler was graduated from Ann Arbor High School and was employed by Standish Realtors.

Her husband is a graduate of Ann Arbor High School and attended General Motors School in Flint until he entered the United States Air Force.