Spoolstra, John M 19540617 Article Iowa

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Spoolstra, John M 19540617 Article Iowa - Kropp and son Minn. John Klei- Jack Frerichs...
Kropp and son Minn. John Klei- Jack Frerichs Mrs. Emma Luschen, Zimmerman, Mrs. Mrs. Albert Mrs. Ted Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jennie Me Cornish, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Moeller, Mr. and Mrs. Inwood; Mr, the last several weeks. old P. 4 engine and corn Blower with pipe starter and Cultivator Stacker Rake Rake Cultivators St. in Betty Veldman, Eugene Eisma Exchange Vows Ireton, la.--Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Betty Jean Veldman, daughter of Mr* and Mrs* Henry Veldman, and ugene Eisma, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Eisma of Ireton, at 8 p. m., June 3, at the Christian Rc- 'ormed church* Rev, L* Bouma officiated at the double ring ceremony ceremony at Inwood. Donna Veldman, sister of the bride, organist, played the nuptial music and also accompanied the soloist, John SpooLstra of Bock Valley, uncle of the bride. The bride, who entered the church with her father, was charming in a gown of white satin, satin, with fitted bodice, full skirt with side panels of lace that ex tended into a chapel train. He illusion veil was worn with a cap accented with pearls. She carriei an arm bouquet of yellow roses Miss Eldora Veldman, sister o the bride, was maid of honor, She was attired in a gown of blu net with matching head band. Sh carried a colonial bouquet of yellow yellow and white carnations. Ernest Eisma, Ireton, served his [brother as best man and Allen Eisma of Ireton and Everett Van , Ginkel were ushers. | Sheryl Eisma, attired in yellow | organdy, was flower girl, and Ronnie Van Ginkel was ring bearer. bearer. The bride's mother wore a navy navy sheer dress, and mother of the f groom was attired in dusty rose. Both wore corsages of yellow rosebuds. Mrs. Sadie De Vries, sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book. Ella Mae Boersma, Arlene De Vries, Henrietta Kooima Kooima and Marlene Vugteveen were at the gift table. Following the wedding ceremony, ceremony, a 'reception was held in the church parlors for about 180 relatives relatives and friends. John Van't Land acted as master of ceremonies. ceremonies. The bride is a graduate of Inwood Inwood high school and Northwest* ern Junior college, Orange City, and for the past two years has been a teacher in the Inwood Christian school. The groom is a veteran of the Korean war and is employed at the Inwood State bank. Folowing a western wedding trip, the bride and groom will make their home in Inwood. For traveling Mrs. Eisma chose a navy navy faille suit with white accessories. accessories. ! time at Park in Mr. and returned vacation Minn. E. A. Wood from spent a week of his son, Mr. and as Sunday husband, Mr. of Sioux lusband, lold of Los Mrs. J. jaughter Mrs. Maurice Calif., will n the home iaughter, ~Mrs. K. [Connie left ,heir home after visiting n the home ^aomi Raynie, Miss Sandra oday for n Wisconsin spend the Mr, and and Mr. and left Sunday after Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. and other Ralph Thurston stationed near They were Mrs. Clyde evening Mr. and jr., had as Ralph Thurston evening. , The forgot to PETERSON

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  1. The Independent,
  2. 17 Jun 1954, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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