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pm. Mrs. on 79 by 1 in a smal dm Mrs Rev Re Ve Yeo am Vredeveld-Romeyn Rites Read as matron of honor. She wore apple-green taUeta gown with on lace ovorskirt, matching mitts and headdress. She carried a bouquet of white and yellow carnations. Little Linda Lou Vanden Brink, niece ot the bride, as jirl wore a pink taUeta dress black velvet ribbon around the waist. She had matching mitts and headdress and carried a basset ol lose petals. Jerry Vanden Brink, the bride's nephew, \\as ring bearer. John Vanden Brink a tended groom as best man and La Casmier and Leon Hrumrnel, cousin of the groom, were ushers. A reception lor K5 guests was held in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Amliew Vander Veer, uncle and aunt of the groom, master and mistress of ceremonies. Misses Lila and Alma Viedeveld, the groom's sisters, served punch and Mrs. Irwin Smith and Miss Bernice Cook arianged the gifts. For her daughter's \veddmg, Mrs. Romeyn wore a sheer dress with white trim. The mother wore a light blue dress wit)? inserted lace. Tltr- newlyweds left on a wedding trip to Florida. For traveling the bride wdVe a blue suit with red and white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Vredeveld, a graduate of Zeeland High School, is employed at the of lice of Howard Millei Clock Co. The groom, also a Zeeland High graduate, is employed Romeyn's Sales and Service garage. Four pre-nuptial showers were given for the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Vredeveld Wedding vows were spoken Thursday evening, May 28, by Miss Marilyn Romeyn and Merle Vredeveld in a double ring ceremony in Second Reformed Church of Zeeland. The candlelight service was read at 8 p m by the Rev. Harold Englund. Assorted flowers, ferns and candelabra decorated the church Satin bows marked the pews and candles were placed in the windows. Parents of the couple ar« Mr. and .Mrs. Anthony Romeyn and Mrs. Kathryn Vredeveld, all of Zeeland. Pennsylvania was the first state to introduce inspection of mines. (Prince photo) Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Paul Van Dort, soloist, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Vern Nienhuis, organist. Escorted to the altar by her ' father, the bride wore a white gown featuring a lace bodice with tiny buttons down the back, long tapered sleeves and full skirt oyer taffeta with nylon pleats in front. Her fingtertip veil was held in place by a lace cap with tiny pearls. She carried a Bible with white carnations. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. John Vanden Brink, tWA Y ST New! Wonderful!

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  1. The Holland Evening Sentinel,
  2. 08 Jun 1953, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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