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the news palladium benton harbor 27 Dec 1941
to Burgc's captain lo No officers with and parents JOHN R. WANINK, OF LAWTON, WEDS UTAH YOUNG LADY LAWTON, Dec. 27--Sunday, December 21 at 5 o'colck at the of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taylor, Rupert, Idaho, their daughter, Phyllis, became the bride of John Raymond Wanink, Salt Lake City, son of and Mrs. John Wanink, Lawton. candlelight service was used, with Rev. J. Parrott, pastor of Ihe Methodist church, officiating in the presence of a few close relatives and friends. Miss Ada Hanson, Rupert, Idaho, was bridesmaid, and Ronald Taylor, Rupert, Idaho, brother of Ihe bride, acted as best man. A reception was held at the of the bride after which Mr. and Mrs. Wanink left for an eastern trip. They spent Christmas with groom's parents in Lawton, Mrs. Wanink formerly lived In Paw Paw, graduating from the Paw Paw high school. Later she graduated from the Ulah State college Logan. Utah. The .pasl two years she has taught at Murray, Utah. Mr. Wanink, is a graduate of Lawlon high school and of the State college, and is now employed as passenger agent for United Airlines at Salt Lake City. Afler January 5 they will be at home to their friends at 527 St. Salt Lake City.