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REV. LYMAN JONES OF FREESOIL MARRIES MISS LILA PETERSON Rev. Lyman Jones of Free- soil and Miss Lila Peterson of Pere Marquette were married Tuesday afternoon in St. John's Lutheran church near Pelton's corners, the church of the groom's first pastorate, where for six years he has Deen doing fine pastoral and lumanitarian work. Rev. William Opitz of St. ohn's Lutheran church of this ity performed the ceremony in he presence of a congregation hat filled the church to over- lowing. - , .' -. Miss Jones Is Maid of Honor Miss Lucille Jones, sister of he bridegroom, and Evart Pet-' rson, brother of the bride," were maid of honor and best man. As the minister took lis place before the altar,the; Bridal party, came in from the : r estry and the congregation ang a hymn of praise with Mrs. R. Grothaus playing the organ. : ' The bride wore a simple but ovely gown of white silk crepe with long tulle, lace-edged veil arranged cap-shape and caught with orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of Talisman roses and pink sweet-, peas. ;' , Miss Jones' dress was of pink silk crepe and she carried pink carnations. After scripture reading and earnest words of exhortation, from the minister Mrs. Grothaus Grothaus played "Mafche Nuptiale" and "Marche Triumphant" by Walter Sassmoushausen of Chicago Chicago and the solemn marriage ceremony was performed. Mr. Sassmoushausen is a friend of Miss Ruth Seymour. Many Wedding Gifts Numerous wedding gifts gave evidence by their beauty and number to the love and good wishes that follow the bride to her new home from the friends who have known her rom birth. Among these is i chest of sliver presented by Lhe Patrons' club of Marchido school, the school where she attended through the grades and where she always helped vith school and club under- .akings. A graduate Rev. Jones. Relatives friends then and immediate drove to Pere of St. Simon's school of music and also skilled in needlecraft, Mrs. Jones has found both accomplishments valuable in her community work in 4-H club and other community undertakings and will find them of service also In the church and social work in her husand's parish. Rev. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Jones of Manitou Beach, near Adrian, serves not only .St. John's Lutheran church at FrsesoJl but also Bethal church v.lierc gathers a Negro congrcKation and the church at Wellston. Mr. and Mrs. Jones had planned a wedding trip, but the sudden death Monday night of a member of his congregation and loved friend has changed the plan, as they will nob go away until after the funeral. Their home will be in the pretty white parsonage near the church where the pastor's sisters Misses Laurell and Lucille Lucille Jones have been keeping house for him. His parents Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, who came for the wedding, will remain remain a few days. Dewey School Worth Matthews of Kalamazoo Kalamazoo was a guest at the W. E/ Daugher.ty home last week. Mr..and Mrs. Chas. Dennis and sons Larry and Dick were en\ter- tair.ed at the B. E. Ehler home in Hamlln Friday evening. Mr. ai.:.'U Mrs. Raymond Young ard .children Joan .a.r.d Keith Mr. a".-d Mrs. Hirlow Hath- Marquette, to the home of Mr and Mrs. Otto Peterson, parents parents of the bride, where a sumptuous wedding dinner was served. L At this covers "-wer& laid for 40, including Rev. .and Mrs. Opitz and their children Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Landin anc members of the 'immediate families of the newly married couple. Both church and home were decorated with many flowers from gardens and greenhouse. Relatives and friends had volunteered volunteered to relieve Mrs. Peterson Peterson of all responsibility concerning concerning entertainment of the wedding party at the home and took charge of kitchen and dining room. The dinner tables were lovely with pink sweet- peas, candy baskets in sem- Dlance of pink roses and pink tapers shedding their rosy light over all. A package 'of bride's cake tied with pink ribbons lay at the - ' ' and a wedding all plate o'f each guest aeautifully decorated _ake, gift of Mrs. Charles McDonald, McDonald, centered the dining table. Those who assisted Mrs. Peterson in preparing and serving the dinner were Mesdames Mesdames Nora Wisen, Charles, Anna and Laura Bengston and Tomorrow !AllAbocm/jor BARGAINS, For Big Value—Pick These New Sheer of Printed Lawns, Florals, stripes, dots and for warm-weather wearl cap sleeves, with crisp touches All vat-dyed, color fasti you prefer them I Both in Make a Dance Frock of flamingo PRINT ORGANDY While It Costs yard Highest wear

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 09 May 1934, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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