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RDM Miller Studio Photo Mr., Mrs. Thomas E. Pomorski Miss Sharon Gallagher Weds Thomas Pomorski Miss Sharon Marie Gailagherwore a wreath of daisy chrysan- and Thomas Edward Pomorski themums and carried a match- exchanged marriage vows at 11 ing colonial bouquet. a.m. Saturday, Aug. 17, in St. Michael p omor ski served his Simon Church with the Rev. brother as batman. Ricki Krzy- Edward Orlowski officiating at midd( Dennis Castonia and Tim the double ring ceremony. p om orski were groomsmen. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Galla- Uhsers were Jack Thomas and gher of 609 New William St. Donald Thomas, uncles of the are parents of the bride. The bride. bridegroom is the son of Mrs. A wedding breakfast was ser- Edward Pomorski of 1302 S. yed f(jr memtiers of the brida i Madison St. and the late Ed- party and immediate fam ii y fo i_ ward Pomorski. lowing the ceremony at Hansen's Mrs. William Gregones, OP- Fireside Inn. ganist, played traditional wedding music. She also accompan- led Richard Masse who was so- A reception was held in Danh Hall beginning at 8 p.m. ^h Mr. and Mrs. Robert loist during the nuptial mass and j^^ and Mr> and Mrs . phil- -ang "The Wedding Prayer , Bp Dahringeri aunts and unc i es '0 Perfect Love' and Take ef ^ bridg and br i degroom , re - Is Feted At Shower Miss Linda Myers was honored recently at a bridal showef given by Mrs. Karl Schwaibold, Mrs. Jack Cronenwett and Mrs. Louis Anderson in the Schwai- bold home at 319 N. Ferry St. Miss Myers was presented with a corsage of pink roses and her mother, Mrs. Shirley Myers, a corsage of lavendar chrysanthemums. As the guests arrived gifts were placed on a table covered with a pink and silver tablecloth. A floral arrangement, large pink umbrella, miniature bride figurines and candles completed the decor. Refreshments of punch, cherry torte, mints and nutmeats were served. Guests included Mesdames Shirley Myers, Herbert Kolid- sick, Armand Lyon, Ron Retzak, Thomas Love, Ribert Knudsen, Alfred Northamn, Charles Coyle, Sidney Young, Russell Hayford, David Nash, Keith Myers, Charles Paukstis, Jack Shillinger, Danny Bentz, James Wallace, Ronald Lyon, Robert Cartier Sr., Robert Cartier Jr. and the Misses Cathy Coyle and Karla Lunde and the honoree, Miss Myers. Heloise Hints Dear Folks: Ever try making throw pillows and stuffing them with that shredded foam rubber? Well, a few weekends ago I helped a friend of mine make a bunch of throw pillows. All we could find late that afternoon was the chopped sponge rubber that comes in plastic bags. I have fought that stuff for years, jamming my hand in the bag, grabbing a handful and transferring it to the pillow. Let's all face it ... it's a mess. After about the third pillow, it finally dawned on me—why should I spill half of it in the bathtub? (That's the best place in the whole wide world to transfer feathers or any kind of pillow stuffing so it won't get all over the house.) Why not put the whole kaboodle, plastic bag and all inside the pillow! Daily News... Ludfngtofl Bally Mews, Friday, August 28, Ifitt. I For And About Women Shower Is Given For Miss Schneider Mrs. Thomas Olson Honored At Shower ,Mrs. Thomas Olson of Grand Rapids was honored «t & shower recently by Mesdames George Schmock, Corwin Rotta, Bruce Smith and the Misses Gerri- anne Kucaj and Martha Kucaj in Bethany Lutheran Church parlors. Gifts were placed In a portable crib with ornamented canopy of pink, white and blue streamers. Sandwiches, pickles, molded dessert and cake were served from a table ornamented with a stock figurine and a cake decorated with a frosting umbrella and baby dressed in pink, blue and white. Invited to the shower were Mesdames Emil Larsen, Lester Brushman of Marne, Minnie Brockhuas, Wayne Keneipp, Archie LaDere, Roger Vandling, Gust Bucholtz, Carl Grundmark, Frank Lowe, Robert Henion, James Greenlee, Leslie Johnson, Norman Schade, John Brockhau Richard Kucaj, Stella Olson, Richard Shaw, James Johnson of Kalamazoo, Larry Argue, Willard Olson, Louis Darke, Ivan Johnson, Ronald Stever, Gary Olson, James Miller, Michael Rickleff, Joseph Gadziemski and Donald Ritter both of Holland, Mich., Vernon Lyles of Grand Haven, Raymond Faulk of Allegan, Earl Fargo, Austin Johnson, Harold Olson, Allen Kucaj and the Misses Josephine Snow, Marilyn Olson, Karen Kellog, Loretta Johnson, Barbara Dittmer and the guest of honor. New Member Is Accepted Ludington Chapter 508. Women of the Moose, met Thursday evening at Moose Lodge with Mrs. Claude Bodah, senior regent, in charge. Mrs. Horace Parks was voted Into membership. Announcement was made by rummage sale chairman, Mrs. G. P. Wells that all articles will be sold at reduced prices beginning Friday until the end of September. Refreshments were served by Mrs. John Richards, Mrs. G. P. Wells and Mrs. Dale Kuras. The next meeting is to be held Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. at Moose Lodge. Miss Sandra Schneider, bride- elect of Saturday, Aug. 31, was honored at a bridal shower recently at the home of Mrs. James Strahan. 1338 N. Washington Ave. Assisting Mrs. Strahan at the shower were Mrs. Edgar Schneider, and Miss Freda Schneider. Prizes for games were awarded to Miss LeAnn Page, Miss Debra Schneider and Miss Sandra Schneider. Gifts were placed on a table ornamented with pink streamers and white bells and arrangement of white gladioli and pink snapdragons. Punch was served Chr<fti|hXNit the evening. The hostesses served ««Ia<J, wafers, mints, nutmeats and coffee. Present w e r t Mesdame* Wayne Schneider. Harlan Page, Peter Schneider, Walter PUS' zenski, Arthur Peterson, tony Grabowski, Jack Schneider,' James Schneider, Gerald Schneider Jack Schneider Jr. and th« Misses Janet Schneider, LeAnn Page, Debra Schneider, the honored guest and the hostesses. New Where Women Go Around Our Town Call Society Editor at MS-llll We just slashed about two- inch "Whacks" along the sides of the bag without even opening the top. Then stuffed the , whole thing inside the pillow. The bride, given In^rnarriage Mrs Lloyd jjaynor was in That was the biggest lulu I ever ran across. Our Bread" and "On This Day. ceiving guests< , rg oy naywL waa Ul by her father, was attired in a charge o{ tne gues t book and gown of lace and organza over Mrg Jack Thomas and Mrs> taffeta of floor length fashioned Mae Sobanski the gifts. with scalloped neckline beU w & from sleeves and chapel tram. The ^ ^ ^ bride's bouffant veil of silk d- Jeppesen lusion fel from a headpiece rf ^ ^ Larson . PMrs . rose petals enhanced^ seed and ^ Robert pearls and crystal beads. was serv . The bride carried a cascade fid b V ss Tamw Thomas and bouquet of white sweetheart ros- « es and greens. Miss Brenda Astrowski. "Mrs. Michael Pomorski, sis- Relatives and friends attend, town-law of the bridegroom, ed the wedding and reception was matron of honor and Miss from Lansing, Grand Rapids Kathleen Gallagher and Miss Muskegon, Flint, Milwaukee and Andrea Schmidt were brides- Cadahy, Wis., and Chicago, maids. Miss Mary Kay Gallagh- The bride and bridegroom are er was junior bridesmaid. both graduates of Ludington The attendants were gowned High School. The bridegroom is in mint green chiffon floor employed at Savage Manufac- length gowns with empire line turing Co. of Ludington. bodice fashioned with three- Following a wedding trip to quarter sleeves and brush train, northern Michigan the couple The empire waistline and sleeve will reside at 506 Third St. edge revealed embroiderd accent. The junior bridesmaid For the pillows that only took half a bag of shredded foam rubber, we took the sides of our open hand (like karate) and hit the middle of the bag until the foar went down into both ends. Then cut the plastic in two with our scissors and slashed holes in the sides. Inserted the half bag of foam, into the pillow and sewed it up. That seems to be all there is to it, gals. And better yet, next time I make a bunch of throw pillows for a friend, I'm going to buy plastic bags according to size. It may be a few cents cheaper to get a great big bag full of foam rubber, but the few extra cents you are going to save might save your own "senses" when it comes to stuffing those pillows. Heloise Mr*. Elmer J. Nelson of route 1 Ludington is a patient at Ferguson - Droste - Ferguson, and may be addressed in care of Room 531, Sheldon SE, Grand Rapids. Allan Sterns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sterns of 1176 N. Washington Ave., entered Hackley Hospital in Muskegon Sunday, where he submitted to major surgery Tuesday. He may be addressed in care of Room 389, Pediatrics Wing, at the hospital. Mrs. V. Lloyd Billings of 707 N. Delia St., and son, Warren, and Mrs. Lillie Brickley, mother of Mrs. Billings, spent Sunday in Grand Rapids at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Billings who are the parents of a daughter bom, Aug. 13, granddaughter of Mrs. Lloyd Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fichtner, former Ludington residents, are returning, through Wisconsin, to Brooksville, Fla., having traveled along the New England Coast and having spent time visiting with their friends in Ludington. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kinhaman and children Beth Ann and David of Harrisburg, Pa., and Mrs. Jack Hoffman and Mrs. B. C. Kinnaman of Philadelphia, Pa., have returned to their homes after visiting for five days with Mrs. Don Kinnaman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schmidt of 724 E. Foster St. Mr. and Mrs. Dava Koilowskl and daughter have returned to Traverse City after spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Ed- mund Kozlowski of 608 Fifth St. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Yeager and family of Grand Rapids also were guests at Kozlowski home on Fifth St. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Dlt- levsen and sons, Robert and John, of Soquel, Calif., are visiting Mrs. Ditlevsen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W. Johnson, of 403 E. Loomis St. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grams of 804 N. Rath Ave. had as their guests for a few days this week Mrs. Grams' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Kol- odgiej of Lyons, 111. Mrs. Emma LeMire and Mrs. Marian Krepp attended funeral services in Cadillac Tuesday, Aug. 20,-for Roy Holland of Milwaukee. Mr. Holland was a nephew of Mrs. Krepp. Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmar Sed- lander of 205 Fourth St. were in Glen Ellyn, 111.,, the past weekend where they attended the wedding of their grandson, John W. Sedlander to Jean Marie Whitside at St. Johns Lutheran Church in Wheaton, El. Others attending from Mason County were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wigren, Mrs. Axel Holmstrom, Mr. and Mrs. William Buffenbarger and daughter, Judith. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer John Sedlander of Ann Arbor. Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmar Sedlander were accompanied to their home by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Sedlander and son, Robert, and daughter Mary Lee of Toledo, Ohio. Contest Is A Success Daily Dieters met Thursday evening in the Magnuson Room of Ludington Public Library. The weekly weight loss was 30 and three fourths pounds with a gain of eight and three fourths pounds. One member maintained her previous weight. High individual weight loss was four pounds. The total weight loss in a recent contest was reported to be 102 pounds for the entire group. The total gain was 25 pounds. Members were reminded of the grab bag contest to be held during the next meeting. The taboo food selected for the coming week is cookies. One new member was welcomed into the club and one previous member was reinstated. Reception Is Planned Mr. and Mrs. Robert Erickson Sr. will entertain at a reception in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lee Erickson, who were married on Aug. 17, in Kalamazoo. The open house is to be at the Robert Erickson Sr. home at 804 E. Loomis St. on Sunday, Aug. 25, from 2 to 5 p.m. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. MONDAY Surgical Dressings Group, at Memorial Hospital of Mason County, at 2 p.m. Mrs. Henry cans Reek, hostess. American Legion Auxiliary to Edwin H. Ewing Post 76, American Legion, at Legion Hall, at 8 p.m. New apple beer is a nonalcoholic carbonated beverage that belongs to the same family as root beer, birch beer and spruce beer. Less sweet than most soft drinks, it's an American product similar to German Apfel braus which is known as youth's beer, It comes in 12-ounce rip-tof I Coming 9 Again Gibbs Country House Restaurant Between Ludington and Scottvilla We Serve the Freshest Sea Food and Lake Food, — All Expertly Prepared — • Lobster Toils • Jumbo Shrimp • Deep Sea Scallops • Haddock • Frog Legs Fresh Lake Michigan Trout Fresh Lake Michigan Whitefish Fresh Lake Michigan Perch COHO SALMON Gibbs Country House Between Ludington and Scottville on U.S. 10-31 t Reception Held For Daughter An informal open house was held Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christianson for Sister Mary Lynne of Marywood convent in Grand Rapids. Sister Lynne is the former Patricia Hansen, daughter of Mrs. Christianson. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Willard of Grand Rapids. Emery Barber of Montague, Francis Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Barber, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 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