The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on June 24, 1969 · Page 9
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Is Wed In Wisconsin A June 7 wedding was held aj 7:30 p.m. in Calvary Lutheran church in Abrams, Wis., uniting in marriag Miss Greraldine Alice Steffenhagen and Peter Lee Evans Johnson, ?on of Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Johnson of Manistee. The bridegroom is a former employee of Mason County Sheriff's Department and resided with the Roger Carlson family. The bride is the daughter of (he Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Steffenhagen of Abrams, Wis. Gary Steffenhagen of Wausau, <\,Wis., cousin of the bride, was guest organist and accompanied Carl Natzke of Morrison, Wis., who sang "0 Perfect Love" and "Wedding Prayer". The Rev. Warren R. Steffenhagen of Oconto Falls, Wis., uncle of the bride, assisted at the double ring service. The Rev. R. W. Steffenhagen escorted his daughter to the altar and, during the ceremony sang "The Lord's Prayer". The recessional, the choice of the bride, was "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," played by the or•1 yanist. The bride chose white silk ap- pliqued organza for her bridal gown and train. Uet fingertip illusion veil was secured to an heirloom tiara worn by her mother and grandmother. She carried a cascading bouquet of white and yellow roses, chrysanthemums and stephanotis. ; Her maid of honor, Miss Vfendy Hellman of Abrams, and four bridesmaids, Miss Linda Schroeder of Milwaukee, Miss Marilyn Eichmann of Abrams and Miss Pauline Eriksson of Detroit and Miss Judith Stef' fenhagen, sister of the bride, wore mint green dotted Swiss over taffeta with white embroidered daisy bands encircling the waistline of dresses. Their diamond-shaped yellow and white daisy headpieces secured their illusion veiling and matched their yellow and white daisy corsages. The flower girls, Miss Kimberly Duchon of Manistee, niece of the bride, and Miss Catherine Steffenhagen of Oconto Falls, cousin of the bride, wore gowns like the bridesmaids, and circlets of daisies in their hair, and carried baskets of yellow and white daisies. Robert Steffenhagen of Abrams was ring bearer. Laurence Alan Granger of Lansing attended the bridegroom as best man for Pfc. James Steffenhagen, brother of the bride, in the U. S. Army, Vietnam. Other attendants were Roger Falck, of Appleton, Wis., Frederick Blauert of Morrison, Wis. and Edward Hayek of Milwaukee and Martin Steffenhagen of Oconto, both cousins of the bridegroom. Robert Helmaln and Emil Kuhn of Abrams were ushers. A reception was held in the church parlors. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Edward Hayek of Milwaukee. Mrs. Kenneth J. Duchon of Manistee, sister of the bride. Guests were present from Bear Lake, Lansing, Detroit, Manistee, Mich.; Wisconsin, Chicago and Forest Park, 111.; Morgan and Hasting, Minn.; and Summit, S. D. The bride is a graduate of Michigan Lutheran Seminary in Saginaw and Dr. Martin Luther College, New Ulm Minn. The bridegroom was graduated from Manistee High School in 1962 and attended Northwestern College in Traverse City for two years. The bridegroom is employed in the Security Division at Michigan School for the Blind, Lansing. While in Ludington, Mr. Johnson was a member of Civil Defense and Citizens Band Radio group. The newlyweds may be addressed at 608 N. Foster St., Lansing, Mich. 48912. ing in western Michigan, says Herbert R. Behr, chairman of this year's show. Over 300 invitations went out to prospective exhibitors from Behr's committee of Pentwater Chamber of Commerce which sponsors the show. Chairman Behr says that in addition to the usual accommodations supplied in the park arrangements are being made this year to serve sandwiches, coffee and other foods on the grounds for the exhibitors. Provision will also be made to house exhibits in case of rain. The Pentwater Art Fair, which began as a street fair five years ago, has grown to become one of the major summer attractions in this part of Michigan. Artists in many media of the arts and hand crafts bring their work for display in the ideal outdoor setting of Pentwater's tree shaded park in the ^leart of the business district. Likewise many viewers and buyers come from near and far to spend hours enjoying the attractive array and select from it treasured items to take home with them. Annual Art Fair Is Set In Pentwater PENTWATER - Fifty reservations have already been received from exhibitors planning to show their work at Pentwater's fifth annual Art Fair which will be held on Friday and Saturday, July 18 and 19, in the village park on Hancock street. Reservations are coming in from Detroit, Chicago, other points in Ohio and Indiana as well as from many artists resid- Hotel To Open For 75th Year EPWORTH — The Epworth Hotel opens Saturday, June 28, for its 75th year, along with the Marine Dining Room. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Hartman of Ludington will again manage the hotel, as they have for many years. Familiar faces to many hotel guests will be Mrs. Josephine Marsh from Lansing and Miss Ann Barcus of Houston, Texas, day clerks, together with Mrs. Peter Luppen, night clerk, from Little Rock, Ark. Dave Hearn of Fort Dodge, Iowa, Tom James of Flint, and Robert Squire of Ludington will be the bell boys. The porter will be Carl Pettys of Ann Arbor and the .night watchman will be Gordon Cowman of Ludington. The Marine Dining Room will be under the new management of Mrs. Louise Hansen of Ludington. A dhow is an Arab boat. •"••V X*;^ivri-'sfiJ«S*;|pl« M'^t^-'ife-M X; °f Art Ludington Daily News, Tuesday, June 24, 1969. 9 Sea Wall Protecting Cottages Construction of a sea wall began the latter part of May at Epworth to protect cottages along the south beach from high water. Norman Petorsen. Executive Secretary, reports that the wall begins at Sail-In cottage and runs 700 feet north to guard Singing Sands, Sunkist cottage, Bywatyr cottage, the sidewalls along the beach, and a water main. The need for a wall of the type was due to the rise in the lake of 12 inches from last year which decreased the sixe of the beach by about fiO feel. If the lake remains calm, work should be completed on the sea wall by July 1. Movies To Be Featured EPWORTH - "Tuesday Night at the Movies" will again be a feature presentation every week in the Epworth Auditorium. "The Caddy", a comedy starring Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, and Donna Reed will be the first movie to be shown Tuesday. Many cottagers have begun to invade Epworth this past week, prior to the official opening of the season Monday. Observers report that there was a larger number here during the Memorial Day weekend and that Epworth has had many I comings and goings ever since. Miss Rosamond Leutheusser of St. Louis is spending the summer in Stratford cottage. She has been coming to Epworth for 62 years. Occupying Sagamore Hill cottage are Mrs. John W. Mather and her grandchildren Carol Jean and James Rives, all of I Guntersville, Ala. Mark Potts of Columbus, Ohio, was in Edgehill cottage for a week. Mrs. Dale Mallon and her children, Elaine, Dale, and Janet, of Muncie, Ind,, and 0-So- Ezy cottage will stay through July. Mr. Mallon will join his family on July 1. In Twilight cottage arc Mrs. Harold E. Buckey of Worlhing- ton, Ohio, and her grandson, Jay, of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Buckey and family of Toledo, arrived last Thursday to occupy their new cottage What's Up. Mr. and Mrs. William Buchanan of East Lansing are staying in Rendevous cottage. Vacationing in Olncy Rest cottage are Mr. and Mrs. James A. Crippcn and their daughter Zaren. Cris Crippen will be traveling to Europe this summer with the Youth for Understanding group of Michigan. She will he visiting four countries including Russia. The Crippen's other daughter Lisa will be at Interlockcn studying flute. Mrs. Hoover Rupert and her daughters. Elizabeth and Penny, of Ann Arbor will reside in School's Out cottage for the summer. Their house guest until July is Pilar Jimenez, a Y.F.U. exchange student from Santiago, Chile. Dr. Rupert will be with his family at various times during the summer. All summer in Forthup cottage will be Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Cook of Chicago. Mrs. Edward E. Hawkins of Mt. Vernon, 111., is in Snikwah cottage. For the summer in Sandpiper cottage are Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Rodgers and their son, Tom, from Moline, 111. Mrs. Miner W. Seymour, her daughter, Mrs. John Berend, along with her son Mike, and friend Miss Edistina Rutherford, all of Columbus, Ohio, are at Buckeye cottage. Mr. Berend joined his family this past weekend. Staying in Upper Crust cottage are Mrs. Hellen Porter and her daughter, Ty, of Athens, Ohio. Mrs. Harler Williams of Washington, D.C. is staying for the duration of the summer in Pooh Corners cottage. Current guests at the cottage are Mrs. Jack Upper also of Washington, Curtis Burnside of New York, and Mrs. G. A. Fauth and her children, Kyle, Brook , and Jeffry, of Flint. Miss Helen King Taylor of Pasadena, Calif., is spending the summer in Tanglewood cottage. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Slager of Columbus, Ohip, recently entertained 20 Columbus friends at a house party at Calico Corners cottage. Methodist Church Activities Listed FREE SOIL — United Methodist Church activities for the week includes a meeting of the Adult Fellowship group on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wolf. The session will begin at 7:30 p.m. with President Clarence Wildfong in charge. Regular choir rehearsal will be held Wednesday evening at the Frank Hunt home. Mr. and Rev. Mrs. Dale Norman returned home Sunday from Albion where they attended the annual conference. The Normans will be residing here another year. t mm mm mm ••MAILTHIS AD FOR FREE INFORMATION— mm mm mm. FARES MACKINAC BRIDGE Great news for vacationers! 100 extra miles of travel fun with I / | .C-/ the dollars you save on each (are! Now you can cross Mighty VTT ""V— Mac for sheer fun tni excitement! 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