Reino Hill jr Nuptials

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Reino Hill jr Nuptials
 - Nuptials Held At Wakefield WAKEFIELD-Miss Judi...
Nuptials Held At Wakefield WAKEFIELD-Miss Judi t h Ann Davidson, daughter of Mrs. Ellen Davidson, 1111 Hancock St., and Reino Hill Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shauger, 840 Bedell Ave., exchanged wedding wedding vows in a ceremony .Saturday .Saturday night, March 19, at 7 at the Apostolic Lutheran Church. The Rev. Usko Petaisto officiated. officiated. The bride, given in marriage 3y her brother, Allan Davidson; chose a traditional gown of lhantilly lace and tulle, fash- oned with a scoop neckline, fit;ed fit;ed bodice with tiny satin but ;ons down the back from the neckline to .the low V at the waist, and long lace sleeves that ;apered to points over the hands. 3er fingertip veil was secured to a pillbox seeded with pearls and she carried a Colonial bouquet bouquet of red roses with white carnations. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Miss Grace Pennala, Pennala, Detroit, who donned a deep red velvet gown fashioned with a high rounded neckline a n c belled skirt. Brian Hill, Castle Rock, Colo brother of the bridegroom, was best man and serving as ush ers were Gary Hill and John Juntilla. The bride and brideg room greeted 100 guests at a recep tion in the church parlors after the ceremony, after which they left on a short wedding trip to upper Michigan cities. The bride was gradual e d from Wakefield High School. The bridegroom, a graduate of the same school, is serving with the U. S. Army and will be stationed stationed at Camp Polk, La. Out of town guests included friends and relatives from Detroit; Detroit; Waukegan, 111., Castle Rock, Colo., and Range communities. communities. (Kenny's Studio HhotO) MRS. REINO HILL JR. School and You DEAR MRS. LIGHT: A group of us have become alarmed at the growing immorality on American American campuses. If things aren't aren't any different than they were in our day, at least they're more commonly accepted. With all this talk about changing changing standards some of us moth ers have become concerned about our first and second graders. graders. We don't want them to grow

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  1. Ironwood Daily Globe,
  2. 26 Mar 1966, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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