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 - MRS. WILLIAM J. HENDERSON Miss McKay Is Bride...
MRS. WILLIAM J. HENDERSON Miss McKay Is Bride St. Mary's Church was the scene Nov. 23 of the wedding of Judith A. McKay and William J. Henderson. The Rev. Fr. Armour Roberts performed the ceremony at 5 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 0. McKay of Riverside Drive. The bridegroom bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Betty Kostenbader of Oil City, Pa. The satin brocade bridal gown was fashioned with a box-pleated skirt and chapel tram caught at the back with a fabric cabbage rose. The bodice had a sweetheart sweetheart neckline and an empire waistline accented by a bow. A headpiece of lace and seed pearls secured the sheer illusion veil. The bride carried a bouquet of gold roses and white feathered carnations on a prayer book. Grace Clark of Benton Harbor, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Paulette Wise and Kathryn Sip- niewski. They wore floor-length gowns of irridecent jade taffeta with scoop necklines and bell skirts with floating back panels. Their headpieces were matching bows and they carried cascade arrangements of gold and bronze pompons. Flower girl Cheryl Graham wore an emerald green floor- length gown and carried a basket of yellow and white pompons. John McKay Jr. was ringbearer. Both are cousins of the bride. Best man was Jan Knutson. Other members of the wedding party were Ken ZeUimirer, Steve Fisher, Raymond Blraler and Don Rowe , all of Kindieloe AFB. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. McKay wore a blue sheath with white accessories and pink Sweetheart roses. Mrs. Kostenbader Kostenbader chose a navy blue suit with red accessories and red Sweetheart Sweetheart roses. Mrs. Eugene Castagne Castagne Sr., grandmother of the bride, wore a black two-piece ensemble ensemble and a red Sweetheart rose corsage. The Merry Mixers served a dinner to 100 guests at the K of C Hall after the ceremony. A reception and dance followed. Mrs. William Benoit and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clark of Benton Benton Harbor, aunts and uncle of j the bride greeted the guests, j Pouring were Mrs. Louis Me- j Bride, Mrs. John McKay, Mrs. j Charles Graham and Mrs. Wai- ] ter Eagle, aunts of the bride. Mrs. Frank Ouelette, the bride's godmother, cut the cake. Marsha Benoit took care of the guest book, and several cousins of the bride opened gifts. The bride is a graduate of Loretto Loretto High School and is employed employed at Jean's Jewelry. The bridegroom bridegroom is a graduate of Calvert County High School, Prince Fredric, Md. He is stationed at Kincheloe AFB. Attending from out of town besides besides the bridegroom's mother were his uncles, William Smith of Washington, D. C., and Robert Smith of Nebraska. Relatives and friends also came from Columbus, Columbus, Ohio, Benton Harbor, Detroit and Grand Rapids. Creamed chicken or ham take on new interest when they are served with rice embellished with white raisins and pine nuts. The rice is a pleasant change from the usual patty shell or toast accompaniment. accompaniment. Green peas may be added to the creamed dish or the embellished rice. 11x14 BUST VIGNETTE portrait your child

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  1. The Evening News,
  2. 08 Dec 1964, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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