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MRS. CLAYTON HUNTER Noon Rites At St. Mary s At at noon ceremony at St. Mary's Church on Aug. 27, Gail M. Desormeaux, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Desormeaux, became- the bride of Clayton Hunter, son of Afr. and Mrs. Clark Hunter, The Rev. David Jenner officiated. Music was provided provided by Sadie Kelly, organist, and St. Mary's Choir. BRIEFLY DeMolay Mothers Circle has postponed iir. meeting from Thursday night," Sept. 1 until Sept. 15. The meeting of Michigan United United Ladies has been postponed from Sept. 1 to Sept. 8. when Mrs. Pamela Gariepy will be hostess at 8 p.m. at her home, 333 Nolle St. Mrs. Archie Martin underwent surgery Tuesday morning at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. and is making a satisfactory recovery. Her address is Clara B. Martin, Room 6205 A, Barnes Hospital Plaza, St. Louis. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ripley of Green Bay, Wis. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engler of Menominee Menominee will be returning to their homes over the Labor Day weekend, weekend, .after a visit of two weeks at the home of Mr. Ripley's mother, Mrs. C. W. Ripley, 610 Johnstone SU The Merry Menders Sewing Club met at the home of Mrs. Lorothy Sebastian. Mrs. Louis Esson was initiated into the club. Plans were made for a personal shower on Sept. 7. A prize was won by Mrs. Gen Aikens. The next meeting-will be at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Gervais. _ Dr. and Mrs. Edward Peapples and their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peap- ples, left this morning to return to Benton Harbor after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Terry Brown at Birch Point. Tom Chandler arrived by plane last night from Plymouth and is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Chandler. He is here to attend the Thursday night dinner at the Hotel Ojibway honoring honoring Mr. Chandler. Tom's parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Knecht of Plymouth are expected later in The bouffant bridal ,gown of taffeta was made with front panels and bodice of lace. The removable removable chapel train had insets of the same lace. A crown of pearls 'and crystals held her illusion illusion veil. Her flowers were white mums and yellow roses. Maid of honor was JaneUe Benoit, cousin of the bride. Janice Benoit, another cousin, and Diane Desormeaux, the bride's sister, were bridesmaids. Their mint and emerald sheath gowns of crepe and satin had empire waists accented, with satin bows and 'three quarter puffed sleeves.: They, wore sflk illusion veils and carried yellow and bronze mums • \ and pompons The flower-girl, Patti Perrier. cousi og the bride, wore an A line dress of linen with an empire waist caught with a green velvet bow. In her hair was a bow of matching green velvet and her flowers were.'yejlow and bronze mums and pompons. Clayton Shunk was ringbearer. Dale Hunter was his brother's best man. "Ushers were Harry Desormeaux, brother of the bride; .Thomas Madison, Philip Desormeaux, of LaOtto, Ind. brother of the bride, and Richard Richard Campbell, the bride's brother-in-law. brother-in-law. Mrs. Desormeaux was in cocoa brown lace for her daughter's wedding. Yellow and bronze mums and pompons made up her corsage. The bridegroom's mother mother chose pink brocade and had a corsage of white and pink mums. The bridegroom's two grandmothers grandmothers attended the wedding, Mrs. Phoebe Benoit in pink and Mrs. Hunter in brown. Both had corsages of mums. A wedding dinner was served at 1:30 in the Knights of Columbus Hall, followed by a reception for more than 180 guests from 5 to 7 o'clock. Assisting were Mrs. Arthur LaVigne, Melvina Kelly, Mrs. Martha Krol), Mrs. Esther LaLonde, Mrs. Edward Moiles, Mrs. Mary Benoit, Mrs., Lucille Coullard and Mrs. Bertha Fortin. Fortin. . After a wedding trip to Mackinac Mackinac Island, the new Mr. and Mrs. Hunter are making their home at 313 Maple St. • Out of town guests were from LaOtto and Avilla/ Ind., Escanaba, Escanaba, Detroit and Chicago.