Alton Grobbel - Usher at wedding.
to of a Miss Myrna Joan Myers Weds Harold H. Carlin Miss Myrna Joan Myers, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron J. Myers Myers of Pentwater, and Harold Hy Carlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William William Carlin of Centerline, spoke their wedding vows before the altar altar of Emanuel Lutheran church in Ludington Sunday afternoon. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. J. A. Landin ' at 5 o'clock. Chancel of the church was decorated with arrangements of refl poinsettia and lighted white tapers in candelabra candelabra in keeping with the Christmas Christmas season. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father, who gave her in marriage. Her dress was fashioned fashioned of white slipper satin with an over dress of white Chantilly lace. The sweetheart neckline of the fitted bodice was finished with a band of pleated nylon tulle. An insert of the same tulle was repeated repeated on the front of the full skirt which fell into a long train at the back. Her fingertip veil of illusion was fastened to a lace and satin cap. Her only jew' . was a strand of pearls and earrings to match, a gift from the bridegroom. A beautiful white orchid with purple throat, a gift from her cousin, Miss Doris Myers of Portland Ore., centered her cascade bouquet bouquet of white pompom chrysanthemums chrysanthemums and ivy. Miss Susan Underdahl of Pentwater Pentwater was maid of honor and Miss Peggy Leak of Grand Rapids, the senior bridesmaid. Miss Constance Rohrmoser of Ludington, a cousin of the bride, and Miss Rosalind Carlin, the bridegroom's sister, were junior bridesmaids. All wore identical dresses of red velvet, made with fitted bodice, boat neckline, cap sleeves and long full skirts. The attendants carried white fur muffs and wore headbands headbands of the white fui. On the front of each muff was pinned a large red poinsettia. The bride's little sister Judith and cousin Joyce Rohrmoser were flower girls. They also were gowned in red velvet, the bodices finished with a high round neckline neckline and puff sleeves and a waistline waistline band of white velvet ribbon with large bow and streamers down the back. They wore head bands of the white fur and car ried white maline baskets of white pompon chrysanthemums. Mr. Carlin was assisted by the bride's brother Ehvyn Myers as best man and seating the guests were Elton Grobbel of Centerline Centerline and Marshall B. Simms and Joe Gamble of Pentwater. Mrs. Helga Mielke, organist, played the traditional wedding marches and also accompanied the soloist Mrs. Donald Baldwin of Pentwater who sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Because." Mrs. Myers, mother of the bride, wore an afternoon dress of Navy and red woven taffeta with acces sories in white. Mrs. Carlin, moth er of the bridegroom, was attired in black lace with matching accessories. accessories. Both mothers had shoul der corsages of the white pompon chrysanthemums. Immediately following, the cere mony a reception ror over 20( guests w-is held in Luther hal" guests and presiding at silver coffee coffee services at either end of the table were Miss Lora Okoniewski of Flint and Miss Shirley Reed of Pentwater. Kay Kessler and Shirley Shirley Johnson of Pentwater assisted at the punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. James Rohrmoser of Ludington, uncle and aunt of the bride, assisted in receiving guests. Miss Joann Gunberg of Ludington, a cousin, displayed the gifts and the junior bridesmaids were in charge of the guest book. Early in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Carlin departed on a week's wedding trip after which they will make their home in Pentwater. For traveling Mrs. Carlin wore a suit of Navy blue and white pin- check wool with Navy collar and cuffs. Her top coat was black and accessories in white. To the shoulder shoulder of her coat she pinned the orchid from her wedding bouquet. Mrs. Carlin graduated from Pentwater high school in 1951 and attended the Muskegon School of Business at Muskegon. She is now employed in the office at the Pent Electric Co. Mr. Carlin was graduated from Bush high school at Centerline and spent two years in the Army before attending Central Central Michigan College of Education Education at Mt. Pleasant where he graduated in 1951. He came to .Pentwater last .September to accept accept a position on the faculty o; Pentwater high school as athletic coach , and junior high teacher. on the FELLOWSHIP, of party John CHRISTIAN Otto at St. 1233, Mr. 8 p. Stork Special Mr. and Mrs. Otho Mcllquhum are the parents of a daughter born Friday, Dec. 12, at Oceana hospital hospital in Hart. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome D. Richmond at Shelby Community hospital Saturday, Dec. 13. China made other report