The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on July 3, 1972 · Page 3
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The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan · Page 3

Holland, Michigan
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Monday, July 3, 1972
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MONDAY, JULY 3 f 1972 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE THREE Grace Episcopal Church Is Setting for Ceremony Mrs. Michael Charles Spafford (Holland Photography photo) Miss Merry Hakken is Wed to M ichael Spafford Miss Merry Kristine Hakken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hakken Jr., 60 East 26th St., became the bride of Michael Charles Spafford, son of Mr, and Mrs Herbert C. Spafford Jr. of Saginaw, on Saturday, The Rev. Glen O. Peterman officiated at the mid-afternoon ceremony in Hope Reformed Church and Mrs.'Barbara Veurink was organist. The bride was attired in a floor- length Victorian gown of white crepe with a chapel-length sweep train that fell from a band of Brussels lace. The high collar and chapel cuffs were accented with lace and seed pearls. The chapel-length veil of Bilk illusion feU from a Juliet cap of the same lace. She car. tied a Dutch colonial nosegay of daisies, roses and baby's breath. Miss Margo Hakken, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor-length cream yellow Victorian gown with yellow satin ribbons to accent the empire waist, chapel cuffs and high collar. She wore matching yellow ribbons in her bair and carried a colonial nosegay of daisies and yellow roses. The b r i d e s m a i d s , Miss Melissa Hakken, sister of the bride, and the Misses Cindy and Laurie Spafford, sisters of the groom, wore Victorian gowns of lemon yellow similarly styled. They also carried nosegays of daisies and yellow roses. Louis Ternullo assisted t h e groom as best man. Seating the guests were William M. Hakken and Robert M. Hakken, brothers of the bride, and J o h n Crampton. James Geuder lit the tapers. A reception was held in the church parlors and fountain c o u r t y a r d . Masters and mistresses of ceremonies were Mr. and Mrs. W. R o b e r t Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs Lawrence J. Geuder. Pouring coffee were Mrs. Ray Van Om tnen, Mrs. James P. Brooks, Mrs. James F. White and Mrs Robert Visscher while cutting the cake was Mrs. L.W. Lamb Jr. Presiding at the punch bowl were Mr. and / Mrs. D a l e ttenhuis and the M i s s e s Marilyn and Janet Lugers, assisted by the Misses Patti jipka, Nancy Howard, and Lib* and Leslie Van Ommen. After a wedding trip to Eastern Canada, the couple will e at home in Marquette where he groom, who was graduated from Northern Michigan University in June, is employed. The bride will be graduated from the same university in December. The rehearsal dinner held at Point West was hosted by the groom's parents. JohnNoeTells Questers Group About Civil War Wednesday evening members of Jane Steketee Questers and their husbands met at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Percival for ' their last meeting of ~ the season. A picnic supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. John Noe were guests. Mr. Noe, who is well known for his knowledge of the Civil War, spoke to the group. He brought along some of the items he has collected over the years and told the group stories behind some of the things he likes to collect. He said some collectors will travel anywhere to find items they are interested in and will spend anywhere from a few pennies to hundreds of dollars depending on condition and rarity of the item. Old books are informative for the collector and persons-wanting to learn more about the war. Some of these old books are being reprinted because they are so helpful. One of the unusual books Noe brought along listed the day by day warfare from the menu for the day to the casualties. Another one dealt with only news about horses used in the war. Mr. Noe has researched 432 Dutchmen who served 'in the Civil War and all were from The Netherlands except one. Miss Terri daughter o£ Mrs. James Hanna Woodward Jr. (Van Putten photo) Lynn Bosman, Mr. a n d Mrs. James Bosman, 286 Dartmouth Ave., became the b r i d e of James Hanna Woodward Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Woodward Sr., Ill East 31st on Saturday. Father William O,Brien officiated at the afternoon ceremony in G r a c e Episcopal Church and John Winter provided appropriate organ music. The bride wore a gown of organza · having an empire bodice and long cuffs on the Juliet sleeves of Peau d'ange lace. The sheer yoke and stand-up collar were accented with a circular design of venise lace medallions and the full circular skirt extended to a sweep train. A matching camelot cap released a train veil of illusion. She carried a colonial bouquel centered with a white , or chid with white roses and streamers accented with baby's breath. The maid of honor, Miss Toni Bosman, and the brides maids Miss Cindy Bosman, both sisters of the bride, wore orchic chiffon gowns with white ve nise lace with orchid satin in sertion trimming the front o empire bodices and cuffs of he bishop sleeves. Matching orchid camelot caps released pouf r eils. Each carried a small col- nial bouquet of assorted flow- b a b y ' s rs accented with Teath. Dennis Stygstra attended the |room as best man while Steve ohn was groomsman. Seating he guests were Vince Peters and Charles Kant. Presiding at the reception in he church parlors were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bosman. Peg Voodward, sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book and Kim Comeau and Bob Lesie attended the gift room, serving punch w e r e Barbara Woodward, the groom's sister, and Gary Cuperus. The newlyweds will reside at 1624 H. Spartan Village, East Lansing, following a honeymoon in Atlanta, Ga. The groom is a student at Michigan State University. The groom's parents hostec the rehearsal dinner at Holiday Inn. Choice of SALADS Tasty SANDWICHES RESTAURANT Corner College at 8th - Open 6:30 A.M. to 7 P.M. Homemade SOUPS Complete DINNERS * * VEURINK'S City Kitchen Church Women Hear Mrs. James Knoll Mrs. Marie Posma entertain ed women of Immanuel Baptis Church, Thursday at her home Mrs. James Knoll, missionary to Japan spoke to the group o her work there. Those attending included Miss Jo and Miss Sue Van Otterloo Mrs. Cora Middlehoek, Mrs Dena Lightheart, Mrs. Car Frens, Mrs. Ira Van Dussen Mrs. Ed Lockwood and Mrs. W Naber. Marriage Licenses (Ottawa County) Robert Lee Comer, 2 5 and Cynthia M a u r e e n Me Bryant, 23, Grand Haven Darl Meeuwsen, 21, Hudsonville and Elizabeth Karen Kersaan 21, Jenison. warden Wedding Rites Unite Holland Couple Mrs. David Lee Christopherson Former Holland Resident Is Married in Petoskey Several residents of the Holland area were in Petoskey last weekend for the wedding Saturday evening of Miss Patricia Raymond to David Lee' Christopherson. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Raymond of Petoskey, who formerly resided on-Lawndale Ct., Holland. The groom is a native of Petoskey and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Christopherson of Petoskey. The wedding took place in the First Presbyterian Church, of Petoskey, and a reception followed at the Perry-Davis Hotel. T h e newlyweds left on a short wedding trip through Canada, after which they will re side at 2140 Glencoe Hills Dr. Apt. 7, Ann Arbor. The bride will be employed as a staff nurse in the intensive care Unit of Veterans Hos pital, A n n Arbor, and the groom will be a third year medical student at the Univer sity of Michigan. Crawley'-Wilson Nuptial Vows Repeated Saturday Local Calendar Of Events Mrs. Kenneth Dale Pete Cosfi Box Missing Holland police today continued their investigation into t h e reported larceny of $156.15 and a cash box from the Corner Store, 963 South Washington Ave. The report was made at 1 p.m. Sunday by Vic De Ruyver, the store manager. Professor Retires KALAMAZOO (UPI) -- Julius Stulberg, professor music and former conductor of the Western Michigan University Symphony Orchestra has announced he is retiring effective August 18. He has been a member of the faculty for 27 years. JUNIORS IT'S NEW FOR YOU! We Need Your Help To Select A Name For The All New Junior Department at tower Level mi niEz VWt uft and suggest a nam«. If » nmna is selected from the Suggestion Box It will be eligible as a winner of a $50 Wardrobe. In case of duplicate names, a drawing will be held. ONIGHT 6:00 -- Kiwanis Club at Hotel Warm Friend. 6:00 -- TOPS Michigan Chaper 732 Hamilton at Hamilton Bank. 7:30 -- Trinity Church Community Male Chorus rehearsal at Trinity Church choir room. 7:30 -- Michigan TOPS Chaper 723, Beechwood Reformed Church recreation room. 8:00 -- Michigan TOPS Chapter 903, room 29, West Ottawa. 8:30 -- SPEBSQSA chorus re- aearsal at clubrooms, third floor above Hansen's. TUESDAY 1:00 -- Shuffleboard at 22nd St. Courts (Moran Recreation Area). 7:30 -- July 4th Band Concert at Legion Memorial Park, followed by Fireworks Display. 8:00 -- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon meetings at Hope Church educational bldg. WEDNESDAY 9i30 -- Weight Watchers Class in Hotel Warm Friend. 10:00 -- TOPS 723 coffee a Smallenburg Park. 12:00 -- Holland Golden Agers at Salvation Army Citade 1:00 -- Weight Watchers Clas, in Hotel Warm Friend. 1:30 -- Women's shuffleboan at Moran Recreation Area, 22n St. courts. 7:00 -- Weight Watchers Class in Hotel Warm Friend. 7': 30 -- TOPS Michigan Chapter 486 in Zeeland City Hall. 7:30 -- Unity Lodge 191, F and AM, regular meeting at Masonic Hall. Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday by Miss Faith Marthine Schoon and Kenneth Dale Pete. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schoon Sr., 1090 West 27th St., and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pete, 473 120th Ave. The garden wedding at the St. Francis de Sales Church was the scene of the Satuniay afternoon wedding of M i s s Brucell Wilson to Wallace David Crawley. Deacon Mike McKcn- na performed the ceremony and Miss Val Zyck was organist. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Nora Wilson, 498 Wcot 21st St., and the late Bruce Wilson, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Crawley of Boycc. La. Bill Wilson gave his sister in marriage and she was nttircd in a Victorian style floor-length gown of white ribbon stripe seersucker trimmed in ruffles and lace. Her double mantilla edged in Ince was held by a headband and she carried a white Bible with one red rose. Mrs. Linda Kuito was her sister's honor attendant, and wore a floor-length gown of RoUl crepe with a lace bodice and sleeves. She carried one long- stemmed white carnation. Lyncttc Wilson, the bride's niece, was flower girl and wore a white organdy dress with a grecti sash and carried a wreath of pompons. The groom's brother-in-law, Marshall Rabalais, was host man. Ushering were Bill and Philip Conroy, nephews of the bride. Mrs. Wallace David Crawley An outdoor reception was held al the home of the bride's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Veldhoff served punch while Pamela Wilson, the :-ridc's niece, was in charge of the guest book. The newlyweds will m a k e their home in Fayetx'ille, N.C., where the groom is stationed with the U.S. Army. Town Talk Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dykstra of 5088 Sunny Creek Ct. Grand Rapids announce the birth of a daughter, Deborah Jane, on June 29 in Butter worth H o s p i t a l . Materna grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Melvin Van Tatenhove of 622 Elmdale Ct. Tulip City Barracks 3417 am Auxiliary will hold a potuick picnic Thursday at 5 p.m. a Kollen Park. Those attending will bring a dish to pass anc their awn table service. Work War I veterans and widow: are invited to attend. The Holland Golden Ager. will meet Wednesday at th Salvation Army Citadel for a noon potluck and program. Thi Rev. Gerrit Rozeboom will bi guest speaker. Recently members of thi Herrick Public Library staf attended sessions of the Amer: can Library Association whicl was held in Chicago. Those al tending were Robert Sherwood Mrs. Pam Wiltse, Mrs. Maxin Robberts, Don Van Reken an Mrs. Agnes Pauline. Mrs. Mar garet De Pree, a library boarc member, also attended. Mrs. Keith (Jan) Klingenberg 00 Buy Yourself Two More New Dresses This Year With The Money You Save! Plain Dresses Cleaned t| and Pressed Only I Other Garments Cleaned At Low. Low Prices SAVE TIME AND MONEY At Bernie's Quick Clean Center 32nd Street and Lincoln Ave. Miss Kim (Mersman photo) Gaiwski, wore a home of the bride's parents was performed by James Knoll with tfiss Karen Wenett organist for the afternoon. The bride was attired, in a gown made by her mother fa- hioned of white puckered seer- ucker with a fitted bodice arid laving lace accenting the high neckline, band cuffs of short Miffed sleeves and tiers of the skirt which was gathered at the ligh waistline with back yellow low and streamers. Her sun lat was trimmed with matching lace and yellow bow and she carried a bouquet of daisies and baby's breath. The bride's only attendant, gown of multi-colored floral print with high neckline and short puffed sleeves. A yellow sun hat and bouquet of yellow roses and baby's complemented the Pete attended his sweetheart b r e a t h , dress. Thomas brother as best man while Robert Schoon Jr., the bride's brother, and Robert Pete, anther brother of the groom, ushers. The reception at the home of he bride's parents was presided over by Mr. and Mrs. Tim Drooger. Mr. and Mrs. Paul touting poured punch' while lope Gaiowski andXisa Gaiowski arranged the gifts. Martha Schoon and Christine Schoon registered the guests. 1055 Lincoln Ave., was gradu ated magna cum laude fron Hope College recently, receive( a BA degree. She was marrie" during her four years at Hop and was employed by Holland Motor Homes. Magna cum laude honor graduates mus maintain at least a 3.8 grad point average. She is thi daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoogland, 500 L a w r e n c e Zeeland. Message Received LONDON (UPI)--The International Air Transport Association (IATA) received an anonymous m e s s a g e today threatening m a s s reprisals against airports servicing the Israeli airline unless Israel releases the sole surviving gunman of the Lod airport massacre within the next 24 hours. ON THE SPOT Any Size Group, Anywhere CALL 396-5333 RESTAURANT 833 S. WASHINGTON AT 34TH ST.," HOLLAND - ARMY STORE 183 River Ave. CARHARTT WORK CLOTHING Sporting Goods -- Work Shoes Rain Wear -- Tents Mosquito Netting -- 49c Yd. We pamper polyesters. 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