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-A PAGE SIX TUcSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1957 IHfc POR1 MUKON HMfcS HERALD Exchange Vows In Deckerville Ro.e Marie Lamont and Uiiliatn E. Brabant exchanged marriage vows in Deckerville Baptist church on Aug 3. The brHe is the daughter of Mr and Mr Keith Lamont. Deckerville. and the bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs Burton Brabant. j Deckerville. Rev Richard Ny-burg, pastor, officiated. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white flooriength eown of satin and lace. A matching headpiece j held her veil of nylon tulle. She, wore rhinestone earrings and carried a red rose bouquet Mrs. Darwin Graccey, siter oil the bride, was matron of honor and wore a blue lace gown over taffeta. Bridesmaids. Miss Janetj Fntch and Jean Yost, wore pink; gowns. ivamy men girl and William Lamont, ring- bearer. Gerald Wixson was best man. Melvin Lamont and Douglas Bra bant ushered. Burton and Robert Brabant, brothers of the bnde-groom, were groomsmen. After a reception in the church auditorium, the couple left for a wedding trip to Northern Michigan. The newlyweds are living in Sandusky. Algonoc Bride-Elect Jf: :vrw. W - . , , v . -' r h i I- f - 1 .all about Rridal Showers Donna Jean Caldwell Donna Jean CaUell was honored recently at a mis--cellaneous shower given by Miss Barbara Caldwell in the home of Mrs. Flonan Pelc, Sixteenth street. The hostess gift was a cordage nf Dink ro.ses and white carna tions. I Prizes were von bv Miss Irene 'Jakubiak. Mrs. Pauline GrattanJ 'Mrs. Lilliam Deachm, Mrs. Le-nore Harland and Mrs. Sophie (Masters. j The bride-elect and Jack Heb-mer will exchange marriage vows Aug. 24. A Sunday Brunch Suggestion ST ) Wedding Dingwell-Gurgel Helen Gurgel and Allen Ding well Jr. exchanged marriage vows Saturday in the Trinity-Evangelical Lutheran church with Rev. Otto H. Pfotenhauer officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Martin C. Parker, Minnie street, and the late Mr. Parker. The bridegroom is the son of Allen Neil Dingwell, Garden City, and the late Mrs. Dingwell The couple is on a trip to Northern Michigan and will be at home at 3108 Pinewood after Sept. 1. (V r Valerie Pickett Mrs. Loren Thomas entertained bride-elect Valerie Pickett at j miscellaneous shower held in the home of Mrs. Melvin Loeding, Ravenswood road, Marysville. Game prizes were won by Mrs Jack Wilkins. Miss Angelia Kroehler. Mrs. Charles Loeding und Mrs. Russell Locdng. The honored guest won the special prize. with black velvet trim. She will hour to make become the bride of James Loeding Sept. 7 in the Reorganized Latter Day Saints church. Club Meetings New England Club Some 50 member? and guests attended the annual picnic of the Stephen's High School and her Blue Water New England club fiance was graduated from Grand 'held recently at Marysville park. RaP'ds Catholic Central High Here's a Sunday brunch suggestion that's both sunny and, committee included Mr Sc''. . , . . ji. .,.,. c,r u-ith a fresh iruitcuD. followed by sausages . .. . ., Miss Lent and Mr. Kamsickas . . "j"" pp and a coffee rine that takes just one half ana sirs. will be wed Sept. 7 in St. a siifimi Coming Events Today BRCC Ladies day; qualifying rounds for Ryan Trophy and Louise Riggin Trophy. WSCS. Gratiot Park Methodist church and Sunday school picnic, 6 p.m.. Lighthouse park. Auxiliary to Charles A. Hammond post. No. 8, American Legion, 8:30 p.m. Legion home. Theta Eta chapter. Alpha Iota sorority, roast and installation of officers. Wednesday PHGC Ladies day. Marysville Garden club pot-luck dinner at 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Wallace Meyers, 1749 New Hampshire, Marysville Mueller Quarter Century Ladies Association, BRCC. Golden Jubilee club. Hazel Kelly, 2104 Griswold street. riMfS HERALD WANT AOS - YU 5-7171 To Wed - - i ''I i i II I - i -i i ml MISS LENT Mr. and Mrs. Vinton S. Lent, Riverside Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, ,Marjorie Elaine, to Leonard M. Kamsickas, son of Mr. and ;Mrs. Matthew Kamsickas, Grand ! Rapids. Miss Lent is a graduate of St. GLAZED COFFEE RING 2 pke. readv-to-bake buttermilk 1 teaspoon cinnamon Miss Shirley Treend Mis Shirley Treend. bride-elect of Jack Gentses, was biscuits (16 biscuits) tup butter or margarine . , , 1 u Clip Iirmiy pai-neii uiuwu sugar Remove biscuits from packages Whole Pecan Meats cup light corn syrup (about) Melt butter or margarine and Mrs. A. S. Cudhp and Dr. and Stephens Catholic church Mrs. William T. Davison. The next meeting will be hell Oct. 10. Mrs. Euchre Cub Maurice Houle won first one side of each:P"ze hen Euchre club met weli browned BRAISING CHOPS When you braise pork chops, add very little liquid to the pan so that by the time the meat is tender the liquid will have cook ed away and the chops will be CHILDREN NEED IT -MOM and DAD KNOW IT - The Best Dry Cleaning is at lar at 10th 3544 24th Main Plant Driv-ln IIH GREEN STAMPS Miss Sally Louise Stieler Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Stieler. Algonac, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sally Louise, to Hugh Andrew Cuthbertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cuthbertson, Pearl Beach. The couple was graduated from Algonac High School. No date has been set for the wedding. i i c.n.i.,., ,t j mKi'p . hionri m hrnwn snyar ana cinnamon, .uit-aii laneous shower in Pontiac with biscuit with this mixture Scatter whole pecan meats in bottom of: recently at the home of Mrs. Mr, John Dushane and Mrs.'8-inch ring mold Add corn syrup to a depth of quarter-of-an-inch ; i'ayne Moses, of Ruby. . !. i- j A with mrotH turf n rd nf nnn . Photo bv A.icar-sha.n Harper Snell as hostesses. .stand discuiis on enu m m.s , T- Mrs. Ray Werth won a - pnoto oy rtiiar-ouin ;j. t tha fnllnu- ntr hiccint Palo in hot ' The honored guest wore a discuii nexi io piam mc (l ..-.v. .. , ID 10 IlllllUHa, 1U11J vut ujwiuc vv v avitwif, plate. Makes 6 to 8 servings. dress of blue and white nylon oven, 4d , 13 over taffeta. Mrs. Charles Treend, Mrs.' Ronald McKinch. Mrs. Leigh Gentges, Miss Mary Kaye Ben-; Trppnf! were' prize w inners. ' Donna Ta-vlor became the bride Miss Treend and Mr. Gentges of Edward Czewski, son of Mr. will be married Sept. 7 in Eng lish Lutheran church. Donna Taylor Becomes Bride FRYING CHICKEN Pieces of chicken breast get overcooked during frying? Add the other thicker pieces oi the bird to the skillet first and let them cook a while before adding the white meat 'advertisement! LOST 22 lbs Back To Normal Weight PONTIAC, MICH. "I can't speak too highly of Rennel. With It I took off : 22 lbi. In two months and that ii all ! the weight I anted to lose. Now I cut down the dosage and use Rennel a tonic and for regularity. Rennel aervei me well and keepi me at my beat," writes Lillian Emery. 20 Whlt-temore. Naturally you expect more from Rennel because Rennel reduces like a reducing aid should. Priced at $1.40 at your drug store. i Rites Read f i " py ; ; .;H P ''! i V'il I -1 i 1 I rvi( 'I In Sandusky and Mrs. Leo Czewski, of Ubly, in St. John's Catholic church, Ubly, on Saturday. Rev. Stanley A. Kilar, pastor, officiated. The bride, daughter of Mr. and In an afternoon ceremony in Mrs. Henry Taylor, Cass City, Sandu.ky, was Slven in marriage by her She chose a white gown . rf Chantillv lace and net over son 0 ! satin with a mandarin collar, LeKO.v, ; hrirfal slpeves and a 1 prize Myrna Gates is a new- member. The next meeting will be held Sept. 10 at the home of Mrs. Ernest Houle, of Ruby. the Methodist church u..imn tho lather. DOnna .uaxinr n-wiJ uti-ainv ..v. bride of Erland Encstrom Mrs. Vera Lngstrom, LeKoy,;bridal sleeves and a bouffant Mich., on Aug. 10. Rev. Jack skirt A crown trimmed with Fulcher, pastor, officiated. sequins held her fingertip veil The bride, daughter of Mr. and; of illusion, and she carried a Mrs. Kenneth Kipp. Snover, was-prayerbook centered with a white given in marriage by her father. orchid and baby carnations. She chose a gown of Chantuly Maid of honor, Janet Rutkow- . Signet Club Prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Miller and Mrs. Arthur Setter at the Thursday meeting of Signet club held in the home of Mrs. Ray Bussey, Willow street. Mrs. Wayne Stebbins, State street, will be hostess to the club on Aug. 22. SHIRTS LAUNDERED BRIGHT FRESH CRISP ft omrcni CLEANERS 1010 Sixth YU 5-5144 1 i A FINAL SIBILLAS .H0F CLEANUP sale Back-to-School Bargains GIRLS' SADDLES - LOAFERS incc e ri atc lKCJJ rLHIJ ONLY ONE GROUP - SIZES TO 10 WOMEN'S - BEIGE OR WHITE STRAW MULES ONLY J88 3 TOWN AND COUNTRY WEDGIES SUMMER STYLES ONLY 88 JOHANSEN SUMMER WEDGIES $12.95 VALUES ONLY WOMEN'S DRESS PUMPS ONLY PINKS - WHITES - LIGHT GREEN WOMEN'S EARLY FALL DRESS SHOES ONLY 80 to J88 80 ONE GROUP MR. lace and nylon tulle over satin; with a scooped neckline, bridal sleeves and a bouffant skirt which ended in a sweep train. A tiara of seed pearls and rhine- , , i i n ;i f stones ne a ner miKeruu vru ui.nvpr net and lace. She wore pearl ear- photo by wyiie. Sandusky rings and carried a crescent-AND MRS. ENGSTROM shaPed mu of roses. Fresh apricots d6 not need to Miss Adelia Kipp, sister of the De peeiea oeiore canning ineiu, u.ftro a hal1prina .pnPth 20wn 0f but make sure you wash them blue net over taffeta. Her head-thoroughly. ! dress was of blue and white as ters, and she carried a bouquet of El similar flowers. Ron Leinweber, of Reed City, Mich., was best man. and Sam .? -- 1 1 Morse and Larry Chambers, both -.V' i'1 anu of Sandusky, ushered ski, of Detroit, and bridesmaids, Delores Heleski, Detroit, and Rita Czewski, sister of the bridegroom, of Midland, wore identical gown of white nylon eyelet blue taneta. lney were fashioned with scooped necklines, short sleeves, and matching taffeta back bows. Robert Czewski, Ubly, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Jack Taylor, brother of the bride, and Stanley Heleski, Bad Axe, ushered. The newlyweds are living in Detroit Photo 'By Wilson Studio. Bad Axe MR. AND MRS. CZEWSKI t , sweaters ( A never v. j had it so r ilown- Mother's Helper right c;ood! After a reception in the church ibasement, the couple left for a itwo-week honeymoon to the Wes tern States. For traveling the ! bride wore a blue and white linen! idress with red accessories and a! rose corsage. The newlyweds will live in Gladwin. ky Htfanaaa P expert cl tailing cae at "rizht-doivn" pricts! Skirts and sweaters keep their flittering gtxxl looks with our Sta-jfc-N'u Finishing! It Costa You Nothing Extift CLAM CHOWDER Fine clam chowder can be made at home in practically any, part of the country now because; canned and frozen clams of high quality are generally available. BABY'S TIDY-DiDY EXCLUSIVE BABY'S DIAPER SERVICE DELIVERY rwiCE WEEKLY Home Demonstration North Street Group The North Street Home Dem onstration group held a family picnic recently in aiarysvine I Park. "Flower Arrangements," will be the lesson discussed at the next meeting to be held Sept. 9 in the home of Mrs. Carlton Wonch. FROM Y&UR HOM ATTEND CHRISTENING Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Burns, '.Marysville, and Mrs. Thomas Gall 'and her daughter, Peggy, of Ra- jvenswood road, spent Sunday in Taylor Center attending the christening of Kathryn Elizabeth Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Burns, formerly of Marysville. WE SERVE SI CLAIR AND MACOMB COUNTIES 5-9723 830 Seventh YU 5-81811 PHONE YUkon PORT HURON MICH PILLOWS for small resters in bed can be uncomfortably hot when they crumple down in a heap. A washboard or large cutting board slipped Into the case with the pillow (behind it, of course) will keep it standing straight for the coolest possible support. C 167, He tort Herald Tribune Inc. 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