Weddings Candlelight Rites A lovely candlelight wedding at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 16 in the Samuel Kasemeyer home. Division street, united Mrs. Kasemeyer's daughter Marie Willis and Donald E. Wisner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wisner, Wisner, Howard street. Rev. David T. Jorden read the service before an improvised altar banked with palms and baskets of pink and white gladioli. Cathedral candles lighted the room, where families and friends witnessed the ceremony. ceremony. The bride who was given in marriage marriage by her father, wore a dress of sheer blue wool with fitted bodice and sweetheart neckline and a gold locket given her by the groom. Her flowers were gardenias and she wore gardenias in her hair. Ardith Kasemeyer, Smith Creek, maid of honor, wore soldier blue wool and carried gardenias and pink roses. Stewart Sears was best man. Mrs. Kasmeyer wore a black velvet velvet dress and her flowers were orchids, and Mrs. Wisner wore black crepe trimmed with black sequins and a corsage of red roses and gardenias. A reception for 50 friends followed followed the ceremony, white gladioli, and white candles decorated the table on each side of the wedding cake which was topped by a miniature miniature bride and groom. Guests from Dearborn. Grosse Pointe. Capac, Marine City and Smiths Creek attended. attended. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Winner will reside on Elk street.