Clipped From The Holland Evening Sentinel
Baptist par- i t h a Christian Reformed Church Mrs. Daniel Lee Green (Kieinheksel photo) Vows Exchanged By Miss De Boer, Daniel Lee Green Miss Cynthia Rae De Boer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William William G. De Boer. 32 West St., and Daniel Lee Green of 193 East 34th St. were married by the Rev. R. 0. Broekhuizen Friday evening, Dec. 5. Maran- of of and was the setting for the ceremony. ceremony. The groom is the son of and Mrs. Ronald Green. 315 West 13th St. The bride's gown was fashioned fashioned of white velvet in princess style. The standup collar, long and long train were trimmed with venise lace. silk flowers with seed pearls held her chapel-length veil. She carried a white fur muff with a crescent bouquet of wedding' orchids, white roses, lace and holly. Her diamond necklace was a gift from the groom. Gloria Hopkins, who attended her sister as matron of honor, and Karen Weener, bridesmaid, 1 De the velvet of with empire waists, standup collars and elizabethan sleeves. They carried fur muffs with orchids, lace and holly. Flower girls Jennifer Hopkins and Shannon Lane, nieces of the bride, wore similar similar dresses in red velvet. Baby red roses with lace and holly accented their fur muffs. Scott Lane, the bride's nephew, was ring bearer. The groom's attendants were Tom Graham as best man, Switzer as groomsman and Greg Green and Jerry Green , as ushers. Music for the ceremony by Mrs. Chris Marcus, organ- ist and Marv ste ketee. soloist. recep tion was held in the j Fellowship room of the Assisting were Linda Switzer and Lois Hickman as punch bowl attendants; Alice Vander Ploeg and Pam Dusseljee, gift room; Lori Green, guest book, and Sandi Lane, mistress of ceremonies. After a southern wedding trip, the newlyweds will live at 193 East 34th St. The bride is ployed as a switchboard opera-] j tor for Baker Furniture groom, by Ter Haar-Venhuizen Cadillac Olds.