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Benton Harbor News Palladium (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Benton Harbor, MichiganPage f0bt tub news palladium Benton Harbor Mich. Saturday june 5, 1965 civic Benefit club mrs. Woodfin is head mrs. Edwin j. Woodfin in stalled As new president thurs Day evening will Guin to the hard working Community minded civic Benefit club members in their philanthropic activities next year. Her installation look place at Finnan s of Holiday inn follow ing dessert and entertainment by the Fenwick singers a new vocal group at is. Joseph High the clock with women what is the role of Foster parents fund raising acid Vilics for Aid society members of the St. Joseph worthy causes. To obtain need auxiliary to the society at their annual Spring luncheon Money it has brought out Friday at the Point o Woods country club standing entertainers to the sirs. Edward j. Woo pin children s Aid group has party i thirty seven members of the Benton Harbor plan iary of the Michigan children s Aid society held their Lull cd leu cities. This year its Louis Strong program enabled the club to contribute s6.500 to the joint mercy memorial Hospital fund. Highl now the club is looking Forward to sponsoring another of the Home Tours which has proved so popular in the past. Mrs. William dec Ricaux is chairman. For next Spring the i group has another project in mind which promises to be Asj successful As the Louis i registration begins next Strong entertainment members for the summer schedule report. This will be chaired by physical education classes at he mrs. Donald Marquette. J Yvica. Will be a other officers installed with j a edited june 7-12 for the concen mrs. Are vice presi rated courses to be offered Dur special classes Owca Dent. Mrs. Ray Clark Secre tary. Mrs. Thomas Stroop treasurer. Mrs. Byron Askin historian. Mrs. Frank Smith parliamentarian. Mrs. A i than Downey. Members at Large Are mrs. Fred Findeisen and mrs. Edward Conrad. I Vaju i Rivi a Iii y i Ichi la Clr last meeting of the year thursday afternoon with mrs. Do i i Ray Jeffirs at her North Shore drive Home. Assistant hostesses were mrs Dames nine Bosler w. D. Downey Henry Florin Stanley piano pupils give recital piano pupils of mrs. Gene Vieve Vogel were presented in a . Recital this after noon at mrs. Vogel s Home at 801 East Napier Avenue. Participating pupils include Diana Latham Marlene and Elaine Klug Phillip and Glenna Merrill Joyce Franklin Sheila Hollifield Vickie Pearson Tom Mie Demester Luann Sila Joann Jaffke Bobby Tibbitts and Kristine Anderson. F. Schwarz Glenn j. H. Soper and c. Roper j Sherwood e. Stoddard. Members heard a report on current activities of the local Branch of the Michigan Chil Dren s Aid society and Dacid parly tomorrow to Olliee Honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Arthur r. Portinga an open House will be held at their Home at 107 East Beech Street from 3 to 6 . On sunday june 6. All relatives and friends Are Welcome. The couple was married in three Oaks on june 2 1910 ing the two week period of june 14-25. Monday through Friday classes will be held both weeks for All classes of swimmers and Lor senior and Junior lifesaving. Also included will be a women s swim practice session with a qualified instructor present to help with the practice. Tennis classes begin june 14 for women and for girls Over 14. The regular summer schedule starts june 28 to run through August 13. Miss Eleanor Muhlbradt to head grouped to continue its support also to contribute monthly to 11 to i t Lea Wiur 15 if Kink graduate the Cost of the medical needs i at Indiana uni versus and of children in the Home. In Bridge games winners were mesdames Harry Kok. G. Leland Cassler Reba Gross e. H. Rohring Ardale Ferguson c v. Lawton ii. 11. Diffenderfer and b. F. Sherman. Peggy a student at Purdue University. Portinga is employed by the Clark equipment co. Buchan an and mrs. Portinga is employed in Hunerjager s depart ment store in three oafs the Jerry belongs to honeymoon at Falls two Hundred guests saw miss Loretta sue Mccain daughter of the Arvile Mccain 450 Fos Ter Avenue Benton Harbor be come the Bride of Jerry Don Delong in an 8 o clock Candle Light ceremony Friday evening june 4, in the Church of Jesus Christ Benton Heights. The Rev. James o Haver pastor of the apostolic Taber Nacle the Groom s former Church officiated assisted by the Bride s pastor the Rev Floyd Myers of the Benton Heights Church. Or. Delong is the son of mrs. Ruth Delong 648 East Vineyard Avenue and her late husband Bisop James Delong. Chantilly lace and organza with fitted Long sleeved bodice and round scalloped neckline was worn by the Bride. Lace appliques studded with irides cent sequins trimmed the apron effect at the front of the skirt and sequins accented the bodice. Twelve Inch ruffles at the Back of the skirt fell into a Chapel train. A lace organza and Pearl Pillbox held the Elbow length imported English illusion bridal veil. Holds Bible the Bride carried a White Bible on which rested her Orchid bouquet. Miss Brenda Nichols of fort Wayne. Ind., As maid of Honor was gowned in a Lavender Bro Cade Street length gown with High neckline and Elbow length sleeves. The Empire Waistline featured a Back Bow Ami the skill ended in a train. A Cluster of Lavender organza petals formed he Headpiece holding her Short bouffant veil. She carried while carnations and pompous combined with Laven Der carnations ant sle Panotis. Rhonda Tippy of Benton har Bor and Roger Winford Coloma were Flower girl and ring bearer. Wayne Hughes fort Wayne jnd., performed Best Man s duties. Filling usher roles were miss Muhlbradt new officers were installed tuesday night by Alpha Theta sorority at a dinner at Inman s of Holiday inn. Mrs. Forrest Lane was installing officer As miss Eleanor Muhlbradt became president for the new club year. Other officers Are airs. Bill Winters vice president mrs. William Edwards Secretary mrs. Edward Budoin treasurer mrs. Wesley Carlson and mrs. Lawrence Dycman Cor responding secretaries and mrs. Roderick France historian. Others on the Board of Dirac ors Are mrs. Grover Smith mrs. Russell Alexander mrs. Alden slow cil mrs. Harold Harris mrs. Ralph Simons and mrs. Leslie Ilcy plur. Mks. Jerky Nee Lorelta Mccain the club circuit american legion i Ary 103 will meet monday in memorial Hall. St. For a regular meeting. Time is 8 Foster parents mrs. Sanborn said must not Only be Able to minister to the physical needs of the child in their care but must be Able to give love and understanding to the Foster child of provide a Normal Home atmosphere and to be Able to let the child go when it is time. She said there were presently 14 licensed Foster Homes under the supervision of the society in this area. The auxiliary not Only has donated Over for the society s Hall on two former schoolmates will be reunited when Nancy Hoff Man 15-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. Robert i. Hoff Man of Woodridge Way the Ponds St. Joseph arrives in Brussels Belgium after leaving Detroit june 10 by Jet. She will be met by Gail Gustine and her family the Charles Gustines now of Brussels formerly of 3527 Oak Wood Lane South of St. Joseph. The girls were Good friends when they attended St. Joseph Junior High school together. A year ago Gail with her parents and Sisters Becky and Denise moved to Brussels where or. Gusline is Liason Engineer for Clark equipment company construction this year but has performed such services As making cur Lams wallpapering and pro Viding clothing for the babies. Mrs. If. Thomas Stroop and mrs. Lenard Schweitzer took of fice As treasurer and Secretary respectively for the coming year at the luncheon. Mrs. John Ryan remains As president for another term. Local women at Lansing Council meet mrs. Emmett Pelletier. Jr., of St. Joseph and mrs. Merle Loch Ner of Benton Harbor were participants in the program of the recent meeting of Lansing Dio Cesan Council of Catholic women. The group met at the franciscan Retreat House in do Witt on june 2 for an All Day session. Mrs. Pelletier explained the financial Structure of the Dean Ery diocesan and National councils. Mrs. Lochner described the upcoming pilgrimages to the Canadian shrines to be August 1-7 and to Washington d. C., oct. 4-9. Both will be sponsored by the old cow. Other speakers included mrs. Harold Schachern of Detroit and the Rev. George Zabelka of Flint spiritual Moderator for the Council. Miss Roberta Couch will marry soon dream comes True Nancy is Europe bound Buchanan Book club luncheon set for june 7 the annual guest Day lunch Eon of the Buchanan Book club will be held in the per Mellwood hotel near Berrien Springs at 1 o Clove monday afternoon. Talk expulsion expansion of services by Star girl inc., was discussed today in South Bend at a temporary help conference attended by personnel representing Star girl offices in Indiana and Michigan. Present from Benton Harbor were j. Dean Owen and Catheryn Sirk of the National employment Agency in the Fidelity building. Machinery division working with Clark s foreign licensees. The girls have planned the visit by correspondence and or. Gustine in Benton Harbor on business during the week of april 5, visited with the loft mans to make final plans for Nancy s trip. This will be Nancy s first flight by commercial and her first experience in travelling alone. Her return flight is scheduled for july 1. Nancy s trip to Europe will be from Detroit s metropolitan Airport with a Transfer at John k. Kennedy Airport in new York and a direct Light to Brussels from there. Ready to go Nancy Hoffman plans her Ward Robe for her coming trip to Europe with the help of her Mother mrs. Robert l. Hoffman. Nancy who will visit her former schoolmate Gail Gustine in Brussels Belgium sewed All her own clothes for the trip which will begin june 10. Her return is scheduled for july 1. Fellow employees Are wed in rites today St Stone photo Ricky Ethridge. The reception 3i-Nlor. Harbor., Harbor followed in to in. Bonlon will mod at loss Omland Reslau Grant on Friday. June ii at i people arc Bonlon p. M. For their annual birthday miss Couch o wedding Day has been selected yet by miss Roberta f. Couch and her Fiance Ken Neth l. Trail. The by Rothal announcement is made today by the Bride elect s Mother mrs. Jane Couch of 1092 Milton Street in Benton Harbor. Mrs Anna v. Wilkinson of 1035 pipes one is the Mother of the prospective bridegroom. Both Young people attended Benton Harbor High school and miss Couch also Atlin did National Beauty College. Her Fiance is employed at Honlon Harbor engineering works. Miss Dorothy Kay Richards and John m. Terry both of St. Joseph were married at 1 . Today in St. Joseph Cath Olic Church by the Rev. For. Raymond Rademacher assist ant pastor at the Church. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Beatrice e. Richards of grand ledge. The Groom s parents Are or. And mrs. Dennis j Wilson of traverse City. Or Ville Eicr of grand ledge gave his Niece in marriage. The Bride chose a gown of Chantilly lace with a scoop neckline and bridal Point sleeves. The bouffant skirt had a ruffled front panel and ended in a Chapel train. Her head piece was a Cluster of silk or Ganza leaves entered with pearls with a bouffant veil of English illusion. She carried yellow roses and White Pons. Mrs. Jerry Dechert of Bonlon Harbor As Matron of Honor wore a Maize Peau de Soic Jown with scoop neckline Short sleeves with Ballerina length Ikirt and floor length Over skirt. She wore a Small hat of match ing fabric leaves Wilh a Baum and veil. Her Flowers were White pompous with a touch of yellow. Best Man Best Man was Lyle Ingersoll of traverse City. Ushers were Bonnie Conroy of traverse City and Jerry Deckert of Benton Arbor. A reception is planned this Ift croon at 2 o clock in the club room of St. Joseph Cath Olic school. After a wedding trip to tra City the couple will make their Home in is. To sundays til 6 Gillespie s cd town o. -4u a 732 Benton Harbor Lor sociability. I mini Lars morning worship service . And . Service broadcast wet b Sermon "1 vib a song in my Rev. Church and first congregational Church United Church of Christ or. Russell c. Schmidt minister of education the Rev. H. Gardner Andersen minister Pentecost communion 1z.-m noon for graduates and new member . Pilgrim choir _ churchmen s breakfast. Mrs. John m. Terry Nee Dorothy Kay Richards studio Lone photo Seph. The Bride is a graduate of the Michigan school for the Tel in St. Joseph. Her husband is a graduate of traverse cily Central no ii1uh Biml in Lansing. She also at school and of the Kcal Farr in tended Lansing business school still it of masseuse Ami Terra Ami has been employed As airy. Ilc is a masseur at ins masseuse at the Whitcomb to Whitcomb the difference is the guaranteed length drapery fabrics respond differently during dry cleaning and finishing. Ordinary methods cause shrinkage. The adjust a Drai a fold Fin Ishing process is the Only drapery service hat eliminates shrinkage. Recommended by leading decorators and drapery manufacturers. Exclusively at sanitary cleaners you 3-2565 St. Joseph Benton Harbor colons

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