Wesner and Hiemstra Wedding
St. Josepliites Exchange Vows n Church Rites Pleated tulle edged the waltz length skirt of the Chantilly lace over satin gown, worn by Caroline Lydia Wesner for her marriage, Friday evening, to Harold Peter Heimslra. The - bride's fingertip veil and blusher were held by a crown of seed pearls and brilliants. Florets of hyacinths cascaded from her white orchid bouquet. A double ring ceremony at 8 o'clock in the First Baptist church ' united the daughter of Mrs. Caroline Wesner, Route 2, Box 3B9-M , and Mr. Heimstra, 2720 Nlles the son of Mrs. Harriet Heater Dowagiac. The Rev. L.H. Brocker officiated at the ceremony ki a candlelight setting with baskets of gladioli, snapdragons and mums. Mrs. Cuthbert was organist. A mauve crystalette waltz length dress with matching headpiece worn by Mrs. Fred Wasner as matron of hon or. Her flowers were cascade of lavender orchids. Her husband, a brother of the bride, best man. A buffet supper was served In the Fred Wesner home at J70G avenue, St. Joseph, following the ceremony. After a short trip, ihe newlyweds will live So Ravine Acres, south of St. Joseph. The bride, a graduate of St. Joseph high school, attended Bob Jones university at Greenville, and is employed In the Bcrricn county health service office. The groom attended Dowagiac high school, Twin City Business college, spent seven years In the oavy is employed at Avion Coach company, Benton Harbor.