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Benton Harbor Herald Palladium (Newspaper) - May 3, 1976, Benton Harbor, Michigan May nuptials solemnized in area churches miss Tamra Ann Klus and Michael Lynn Genovese exchanged wedding vows saturday May 1. In Grace evangelical lutheran Church st. Joseph. The rev. Ronald e. Freier performed the ceremony. Parents of the Bride Are mrs. Paul Mallonee. 1714 Lakeview. St. Joseph and Edward King. 1406 Miller drive. St. Joseph the Groom is the son of or. And mrs. William Genovese. K774 Woods Avenue Coloma. The Bride wore an Empire Nylon sheer Over taffeta gown trimmed with pearls lace and sheer ruffles and featuring lace motifs on the skirt and a lace ruffle at the Hemline. Matching lace trimmed her Mantilla and she carried sweetheart roses carnations daisies and baby a breath. Or. Roger Wichner was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Liz Klukas mrs. Charles Wright and miss Dawn Sperlik miss Sharon Klug sister of the Bride was Junior bridesmaid. Best Man w As Tom Querfurth and Ushers were William Genovese jr., brother of the Groom Jeff Humes. Don White Don Jones tim Strain. Joe Querfurth and Mark Noack Tom Genovese brother of the Groom was Junior usher. A reception was held at Melody Hall. Watervliet. Following a wedding trip to Lake Cumberland. By. The couple will reside in st. Joseph. Mrs. Michael Genovese Tamra Klug the Bride is a graduate of st. Joseph High school and is employed As a computer key punch operator by Shepherd products us inc., st. Joseph. Her husband is a graduate of Coloma High school and is in charge of the receiving department at Shepherd products us inc. St. Joseph Catholic Church st. Joseph was the setting saturday. May 1. For the wedding of miss Cristina m Tomas Zewski and Duane Tilly. The rev for Cletus Rose performed the ceremony. Parents of the Bride Are or. And mrs. Edward Tomaszewski 728 Ansley drive st. Joseph. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. Julius Tilly 1314 miners Road st. Joseph. The Bride wore an Empire Ivory organza Over taffeta gown appliqued with Klencon lace and Pearl detail. Her Ivory fingertip length illusion veil was trimmed with Matching lace motifs and Pearl detail and accented with Ivory Satin ribbon. She carried sweetheart roses baby a breath and Stepha Notis. Mrs. Richard Kurbis was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Judith Tomaszewski. Sister of the Bride and miss Jean Phillipi Becky Tomaszewski was Flower girl for her sister and Mathew adent was ring bearer. Serving As Best Man was Kenneth Hoge. Ushers were Brothers of the Bride Kenneth Tomaszewski and Jerold Tomaszewski. A reception was held at the st. Joe kickers club Arden. Following a wedding trip to Florida the couple will make mrs. Duane Tilly Cristine Tomaszewski their Home at route 2. Box 20aa, pheasant run Road. Baroda. The Bride a graduate of st. Joseph High school is employed at adent a bridal shop st. Joseph. Her husband is also a graduate of st. Joseph High school and is a Carpenter for Holland construction company. St. Joseph. Eau Claire or and mrs Jonathan Weidner Are on a wedding rip to Norfolk. A. Following their marriage saturday. May 1. At Chapel Hill t med methodist Church. Sodus. The rev George Fleming performed the ceremony parents of he Bride the former miss Norma Case Are or. And mrs. Clarence Case 440" Oxbow Road. Eau Claire. The Groom is the son of or and mrs Samuel Weidner jr., 339 drive Berrien Springs. The Bride wore a polyester knit a line gown trimmed with Venise lace and a Earls. A Chan Tilly lace Juliet Headpiece held her Elbow length illusion veil and she carried roses and Gardenias. Sister of the Bride. Mrs Kenneth Neumann was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were mrs. Yern Fisher mrs. Erie Delong miss Denise la Belle and miss Teresa Pudell. Renee Prouty was Flower girl and Gary cast was ring bearer serving As Best Man was David Janke. Ushers were Mike Philips and Alan Weidner Brothers of the Groom. Dean Case brother of the Bride. Eric Delong and Roy Freeman and Douglas Weidner. Brothers of the Groom. A reception was held at the Grove. Berrien Springs. Following their wedding trip the couple will make their Home at 5891 Edson. Haslet t mrs. Jonathan Weidner Norma Case the Bride a graduate of Michigan state University is employed As a Sale clerk at Sears. Roebuck and company. East Lansing. Her husband is a graduate of Lake Michigan College and is a student at Western Michigan University. Miss Sharon Bolline and Don Schmidt were married saturday. May 1. In Kan Ley memorial Chapel on the Campus of Western Michigan University. Kalamazoo. The re for James o Leary of st. Thomas Moore Catholic Church. Kalamazoo performed the ceremony. Parents of the Bride Are or. And mrs. Emil Bolline. 2511 rive Vood Trail. St. Joseph and parents of the Groom Are or. And mrs. Herbert Schmidt of Whittier. Calif. The Bride wore a Qiana gown trimmed with Brussels lace and pearls and featuring an embroidered English net Yoke a flounced Hemline and a Chapel train a Brussels lace Camelot Cap held her lace trimmed illusion veil and she carried daisies with yellow sweetheart roses. Mrs. Jim Francek was Matron of Honor and miss Nancy Vandernaald was bridesmaid. Herbert Schmidt was Best Man for his brother Ushers were ted Schmidt brother of the Groom. Peter and Robert Bolline Brothers of the Bride a reception was held at Candlewyck Manor. Kalamazoo. Following a wedding trip to the Smoky mountains the couple will reside in Kalamazoo. The Bride is a graduate of Siena Heights College w Here she received a Bachelor of arts degree and of Western Michigan University where she received a master of arts degree in education. She is a consultant with the Kalamazoo youth service system. Her husband received his Bachelor of arts degree from Kalamazoo College and his Law degree from Wayne state University. He is a Deputy City attorney for the City attorneys office. Kalamazoo. Mrs. Don Schmidt Sharon Bolline couples wed in Spring ceremonies water Jet miss Carol Colum and John Michael bar Talone were married saturday. May 1. At Trinity lutheran Church st. Joseph. The rev Paul a. Koehneke performed the ceremony. Parents of the Bride Are or and mrs. John Coburn route 1. Box 827, Watervliet. The Groom is the son of mrs. Yvonne m. Adams route 4. Box 462a, Benton Harbor and John c. Bar Talone 4343 Hochberger Road eau Claire the Bride wore a polyester organza gown trimmed with ribbon threaded lace Venise lace and ruffles and designed with a flounce at the Hemline and a Chapel train. A Venise lace Cap held her fingertip illusion vein and she carried Gardenias sweetheart roses and baby s breath. Miss Kathy Coburn was maid of Honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were miss Winona Hammons mrs. Jerry Winfield. Mrs. Martin Bell and miss Karen Engle. Marianne Adams sister of the Groom was Flower girl and Scott Morris was ring bearer Martin Bell was Best Man. Ushers were Mike Metalski Robert Kelnhofer Robert bar alone and Mike Adams brother of the Groom. A reception was held at the bins Omland columbian club Benton Harbor mrs John Bartalone Carol Coburn the couple will reside at 1857 Union Benton Harbor. The Bride is a graduate of Watervliet High school and is employed As a bookkeeper by Priebe Brothers Oil co. Benton Harbor. Her husband is a graduate of eau Claire High school. Buchanan events Buchanan mrs. Joseph Mckenzie. Three Rivers president of the fourth District american legion auxiliary will be special guest at a meeting of Buchanan unit 51 tonight at 7.30 attending convention mrs. Gary Pat Pohyba is attending the biennial convention of the league of women v Oters of the United states being held in new York City through Friday May 7. Mrs. Pohyba is co president of the Benton Harbor st. Joseph area league of women voters issues before the National convention include land use. Environmental Quality human resources Energy United nations. Representative government National budget and officers. . In the legion Post Home. Mrs Thelma Gorbitz will be in charge of the program. Hostesses will be mrs. Jack Swem and mrs. Thaddeus r. Stephens. Buchanan mrs. Richard Chaudoir. President of Berrien general Hospital auxiliary will be guest speaker at a meeting of the United women a group of the first United methodist Church wednesday May 5. At 7 30 . In the Church social Hall. Mrs. Chaudoir will speak on the work of the auxiliary. Rose Circle will be the hostess group. Refreshments will be served by mrs. Earl Nichols. Mrs. Glen Fairman and mrs. Earl Cramer. Represent originals the 13 horizontal stripes on the Flag of the United states represent the 13 original states of the Union. Or. And mrs. Kenneth j. Morgan Are on a wedding trip to Pennsylvania following their marriage saturday May 1, at Riverview Park Christian Church st. Joseph. The rev. Charles Allen performed the ceremony. Parents of the Bride Are mrs. Duane Dehaven 951 Lavette Street Benton Harbor and William r Rogers. 1146 Doda Street Benton Harbor. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. James Morgan. 1015 Michigan Avenue. St. Joseph. The Bride wore an Empire organza gown trimmed with French Chantilly lace and featuring a Satin Bow at the Back and a detachable Chapel train. Her fingertip length veil was trimmed with Matching lace and she carried White daisies Pink carnations baby a breath and Heather. Miss Tracy Beckman was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were mrs Albert Potter sister of the Bride. Miss Becky Beckman and miss Debra Layne serving As Best Man was Kenneth Schulz. Ushers were Steve Mangold. Donald and Arthur Morgan Brothers of the Groom. Bob Brummett and Rob Brummett. A reception was held at the Dank. Benton Harbor. Following their wedding trip the couple will make their Home or mrs. Kenneth Morgan Debra Rogers in Benton Harbor. The Bride is a graduate of Benton Harbor High school and is employed at Whirlpool corp., st. Joseph. Her husband is a graduate of st. Joseph High school and is employed by the City of st. Joseph. First Baptist Church in Elk Grove calif., was the setting saturday. May 1, for the marriage of miss Carolyn Louise Ranger and William Vaughn Wesner. The rev. Merle Brenner performed the ceremony. Parents of the Bride Are or. And mrs. Sidney c. Ranger of Elk Grove. The Groom is the son of mrs. William Wesner of st. Joseph and the late William Wesner. The Bride wore an Ivory gown trimmed with Klencon lace and ruffles and designed with a w Ide Satin band at the Waistline and a Bow in the Back. A lace Cap trimmed with pearls held her Matching lace shoulder length veil and she carried w Hite roses. Mrs. I Irry Bietz was Matron of Honor for her sister. Serving As Best Man was i Arry Bietz. Ushers were Phill Palmer and Norman Wagemann. A reception was held in the social Hall of first congregational Church of Elk Grove. Following a wedding trip to Michigan the couple will make their Home in Brighton the Bride is a graduate of California state University at Sacramento and has been a data mrs. William Wesner Carolyn Ranger processing analyst for the state of California. Water resources control Board Sacramento. Her husband is a graduate of Ferris state College and is employed As a youth sex Nast at . Maxey boys training school in Brighton Exchange vows in Kalamazoo Dowagiac the rev. Raymond silent performed the wedding ceremony saturday May 1, at Haven reformed Church Kalamazoo for miss circuit ladies Aid of Trinity lutheran Church st. Joseph will hold election of officers at a meeting tuesday May 4, at 7 30 . M the school social Hall a film will also be shown. Mrs. Harvey Berndt will be chairman of the hostess committee. Colonial chapter 319. Order of Eastern Star will meet at 8 . Tuesday May 4, at the Benton Harbor masonic Temple. Serving on the refreshments committee will be or. And mrs. Burland Rhoades and mrs. Eva Dewey. Pamela Kaye Vandenbos and his son Gary Allen silent parents of the Bride Are or and mrs. Allan Vandenbos Kalamazoo. Parents of the Groom the rev. And mrs. Silent reside in Dowagiac where i is pastor of the first Church of god. The Bride wore a Princess style silk gown trimmed with lace. Matching lace edged her veil and she carried White roses and Blue tip ted carnations. Sister of the Bride miss Paula Vandenbos was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Sheryl Brown and miss Jan Bentz. Miss Patti Vandenbos. Sister of the Bride was Junior bridesmaid. Jeanna silent was Flower girl and Eric silent was ring bearer serving As his brother a Best Man was Dennis silent. Ushers were Dave and Ray silent Brothers of the Groom. Nick silent was Junior usher a reception was held at the Church. Following a wedding trip to Northern Michigan and Canada the couple will make their Home at 1136 mount Royal drive Kalamazoo. The Bride is a graduate of Comstock High school and attended Hope College and Western Michigan University. She is employed As a Teller at Merican National Bank Kalamazoo. Her husband is a graduate of Dowagiac Union High school and attended Anderson College and Ball state University. He is employed As a sales manager by United consumer club Kalamazoo. Sole savers keep an old pair of rubber Soled shoes to Wear on Rainy Days when boots Arentt really needed. Ohrmund the clock with women clubs a Church a family a fashion a school a Home society radio Host to speak radio personality John Doremus will present his program a spirit of 70�?T�?T for the Benton Harbor st. Joseph Branch of the american association of University women Friday May 7. During a noon luncheon at the Benton Harlair Holiday inn. Doremus will narrate the color audio visual presentation with music and sound effects which has been adapted from the nationally acclaimed radio series. The a spirit of 70" is dedicated to the people both famous and obscure who have helped make America great and five stories Are presented. The luncheon will be the Branch s May june general meeting and is designated As a a Bicentennial the hospitality committee will include mrs. John Betsy Hammond chairman and mrs. Martin f. Barbara Abbert mrs. Earl Hirley Broihier mrs Frank Marie Mcneil and mrs. William Juanita Powe. Doremus has been a radio personality in Chicago since 1958. He is currently heard Over 100 stations in the United states John Doremus and is beamed to More than 500 million listeners world wide Over the armed forces radio network. Forces radio network in 1907, he was voted Chicago s Best radio personality by the american College of arts crafts and sciences. He is chairman of John Doremus inc. 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