T E R Lou Cornelius ceremony Spoolstra-Ketelaor On Saturday evening, Aug. 14, at nine o'clock in the parsonage oi the of the Fourth Reformed church of Roseland, Margery Alice Spoolstra, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 227 West 106th street, Roseland, and Pvt. Peter Jacob Ketelaar, son of and Mrs. Jacob Ketelaar of Main Wabash streets, Glenwood, exchanged marriage vows. The Rev. H. Kuipers of Roseland officiated. The bride was beautiful in a of'white net and lace. Her blusher veil was held in place by a tiara white roses and she carried a bouquet of white gladioli and baby's breath. Miss Tillie Ketelaar, sister of the groom, was the maid of She was dressed in a gown of lace and mousseline de soi and wore a tiara of yellow roses in hair. Her bouquet was of yellow gladioli. Peter Witvliet, brother-in- law of the groom, acted as best Following the ceremony, which attended only by members of the immediate families, a reception was at Nielsen's at 79th and Western where a chicken dinner was served. Pvt. Ketelaar, who arrived home fin-tough Aug. 8, left Aug. 17, to return to Camp Carson, Colo. The will continue to reside with her and uncle.