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Wed in High Mass j a 5he . j of of j I j j i so' P' n ^ gladioli adorned the altar MRS. JOSELII MACK Lady of Victory Catholic i Church in Paradise, Mich., when Jacqueline Ann Bedell became the of Joseph Mack Jr. in a i double-ring ceremony on Saturday, try ; May 4. The Rev. Jose.ph R. Galon a''- ari officiated at the 10 o'clock nuptial High Mass. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bedell of or Paradise. The bridegroom's par- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mack of Lansing, 111 Escorted to the altar • by her father - the bride wore a ballerina- w length gown of white Chantilly D of T Wl lace over satin. Sequins were scattered over the neckline and less;bodice, and long, tapering sleeves formed points over the wrists Her elbow-length veil fell from a cap The mother of the bridegroom wore a gunmetal grey dress with pink baby roses. Guests at the wedding from out- of-town were Mr. an.d Mrs. A. Cress and Mr. and Mrs. Agawa of Goulais Bay, Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hood of Carlton, Mich.; Lou Shawanda of Detroit; Mrs. N. W. E. Lee of Toronto, Ont.; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Karmil of Lansing, 111. The new Mr. and Mrs. Mack are making their home here at S14 Osborn Blvd. ! j i ja i in for will the has is She carried red baby roses and carnations arranged on a white prayer book. Miss Geraldine Bennette of Sault Ste. Marie was maid of honor. She wore a gown of pink net over taffeta taffeta and carried a bouquet of deep pink carnations. Two nieces of the bride, Miss Carol Bedell and Miss Marilyn Monk, both of Paradise, wore blue chiffon gowns with blue gloves and headpieces. Both carried pale pink carnations. Karen Kay Bedell was flower girl, and Jim Bedell was ring- bearer. Best man was Robert Karmil of Lansing, 111., brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Ushers were Fred Bedell of Canada, brother of (he bride, and Richard Bernard of Kinross AFB. Following the ceremony, a dinner dinner was held at the Whitefish Township School. Centering the table was a four-tier wedding cake. Mrs. Robert Karmil, sister of the bridegroom, cut and served the cake. Susan Hatch and Louanna Hood assisted at hhe dinner. A reception and dance were held in the evening. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Bedell chose a navy blue Anniversary In June Daughters of Isabella will cele-' brate their silver anniversary' on June 12, it was announced at the last meeting of the organization. All past regents will be honored on this occasion. Members also were reminded of the retreat to be held at Mary Grove July 23-28. Miss Irma Per- kins may be contacted for reser- vations. USO hostesses and donors for May 22 are Emmeline Bell, Sadie Kelly, Joan DeMolen, Ann DeLuca, DeLuca, Shirley Jacobsen, Ivy Bell and Lucille Settember. A Mother's Day program arranged arranged by Sadie Kelly was presented at the last meeting. P lllCll Meetings The Central Methodist WSCS c ir-: cles will have their final meetings of the year Thursday, May 16. Bothj afternoon circles will meet at the church at 1:15 p. m. for a potluck luncheon. The three evening circles circles will meet at the church for a potluck dinner at 6:00 p. m. The members are reminded that reservations for the Mother and Daughter Dinner should be made ( not later than May 19. Anyone wishing tickets may contact Mrs. Carter McGregor. The dinner is to and white dress. Her flowers be Thursday, May 23, in the church were red baby roses. parlors.