Family:Robert Warn and Priscilla Roos (1)

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Marriage? 18 Feb 1950 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio

Wedding Announcement, Cincinnati Enquirer, February 19, 1950

The wedding gown of the bride's maternal great-grandmother, of the fashion of the early 1800s, was worn by Miss Priscilla Gould Roos Saturday evening for her marriage to Mr. Robert Bruce Warn, Jr. Christ Church was the setting for the wedding ceremony. It was performed by the Rev. Sidney C. McCammon before an altar decorated with two handsome vases filled with white gladioluses and snapdraagons. The pewheads were lighted by candles, tied with green and white satin ribbon. The bride, who is a daughter of Mrs. Grace Gould Roos and Mr. Henry Roos, was given in marriage by her father. Her two-piece gown was of heavy ivory satin, the skirt straight with a short train, the square-necked bodice fastened in front with large self-covered buttons. Leg-o'-mutton sleeves extended into points over the hands, while heirloom rose point lace enhanced the neck line. The bride's double veil was of tulle, the face veil edged with rose point lace. Held in place by a crown of the same lace, it first was worn by the bride's sister, Mrs. Robert C. Knight (Patricia Roos). The cascade bridal bouquet was of gardenias, ceneted by a white orchid. The bride was attended by another sister, Mrs. Howard B. Grubb (Peggy Roos) of Washington, as matron of honor, Miss Laura Stewart as maid of honor, Mrs. Knight and a sister-in-law, Mrs. H. Warren Roos of Pleasantville, N. Y. They wore gowns of emerald green taffeta, fashioned with rounded necklines and scalloped berthas, and matching bandeaus, with two yellow rosebuds on either side. They carried bouquets of yellow roses. Holly Roos, daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. H. Warren Roos, was the flower girl. She wore a frock of light green net, over pink taffeta. She also wore a tiny pink rose corsage and carried a basket of flower petals. Her green net bonnet was covered with ruffles. Robin and Warren Knight, who with their parents, Lieut. and Mrs. Robert C. Knight, came here for the wedding from Albuquerque, N. Nex., wore white suits in their roles as pages. Mr. Warn, who is a son of Mrs. and Mrs. Robert B. Warn, had Mrs. Thomas Warner Jr. for his best man. The ushers were Mr. H. Warren Roos and Messrs. Robert E. Pogue, Thomas R. Eberly and John H. McTigue. A small wedding reception followed at the University Club. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Roos wore a long-sleeved gown of gray, the skirt of crepe, the bodice of .....Mrs. Warn wore a short-sleeved gown of light blude lace. Her flowers also were pink camellias. Mr. Warn and his bride have gone to Washington on their wedding trip and, on their return, will reside temporarily in Cincinnati. For going-away, the bride wore a suit of hunter green with matching hat and coat, and a white orchid corsage. Mrs. Warn was graduated from Western College for Women. Mr. Warn is a graduate of the College of Business Administration at the University of Cincinnati and is a member of Sigma Chi.