PAGE TWO CASS CITY CHRONICLE-THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1971 CASS CITY, MICHIGAN Cass City Social and Personal Items Mrs. Reva Little Phone 872-3698 Mrs. Dick Greenwood entered Gregory Meyers of Bay City Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Volz Scheurer Hospital at Pigeon is spending this week with his Mrs. Ella Cumper spent Fri- Sr. of Mansfield, Ohio, were day through Monday with Juanita Tuesday. grandmother, Mrs. Mildred guests of the Clayton Roots Trisch. Binder in Detroit. last week. The Volzes are Mrs. Howard Loomls and cousins of Mrs, Root. They Donald Loo mis attended the Miss Becky Loomis was at Ella Cumper and Katherine arrived Wednesday, June 9, and Martin spent Monday last week three o'clock wedding in St. Sebewaing for the week end to Mrs. Lois Binder and • Mrs. Joseph's Church in Mayville attend, at the Bay Shore Camp, with Mrs. Hannah Pier son at Saturday of Lawrence Loomis Evelyn Wells of Caseville were Midland. a Methodist Youth Fellowship also supper guests Wednesday. and Miss Annie Payne. The retreat. groom is a grandnephew of Mrs. C. U. Haire will leave Grand Bethel for the Inter- The Clayton Roots and their Sunday for a visit with her Mrs. Loomis. Saturday evening guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley the dinner and reception was national Order of Job's Daugh- daughter and family in Solon, ters of Michigan will be held Volz Sr. of Mansfield, Ohio, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. David St. held at the Gun Club at Caro. took the shore drive Thurs- Attending were Mr. and Mrs. in Grand Rapids from June 17- John are to come to Cass City 19. Attending from Cass City day and also visited Mrs. Jes- Saturday to get her mother. David Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. sie Aiken, 87, a resident in Don DeLong, Mr. and Mrs. Bethel will be Kimberly Curry, "Dbn"ald~L6omis"an"d^Mrsr How-" HQr~Teres'a" Tr'acy," senior —a- nursing™home at- Sandusky.- The~Rev.~~Mrsr"Er"Isaacs~ ard Loomis. Princess; Shelly Leitch, PHQ; and Mrs. Roy Chisholm attended Marie and Deanna Seddon, Rob- William Patch Jr. of Har- -Methodist Conference at Adrian Mr. and Mrs. William Ruhl lyn Fuester, Elaine Cummins rison has been selected as spon- last week. spent Sunday visiting Douglas and Fronda Mellendorf, Mrs. sor to chaperone winners in Ruhl at Frankenmuth. They Claire Leitch, Guardian, and the IGA boy's contest. He is Mrs. Roy Chisholm attended were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lucille Wotton, Director one of 90 sponsors accompany- open house for her nephew, William Ruhl of Spring Lake of Music. Miss Teresa Tracy ing the 900 boys on the Calif- James St. Clair, Sunday at Pin- and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond of Cass City will be installed ornia trip. They leave June conning at the home of his Allen, Dale and Annette of June 19 as Grand Inner Guard, 25 for five days. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kingston. Mrs. Claire Leitch, Promotion, St. Clair. and Mrs. Lucille Wotton, Grand Sunday, June 13, about 70 Mr. and Mrs. Garrison Stine Councillor. attended open house honoring Mrs. Grace Moore celebrated and family, their week-end Bob Hennessey's graduation. her 83rd birthday Sunday, June guests and Mr. Stine's mother, Mrs. Etta Sugden and Mrs. Guests attended from Albion, 13, with a family gathering at Mrs. Herman Stine, celebrated Hazel Moore attended open Royal Oak, Harrison, and her Oak Street home. Guests the eighth birthday of twins house for the Moore twins Susie Tawas. A buffet meal was attending were Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Randy with a dinner and Sally, daughters of Mr. served, including a decorated Donald Lester and Mr. and at the Garrison Stine home. and Mrs. Vilas Moore, at North cake made by Debbie Wentworth. Mrs. Paul Moore of Royal Oak, Branch Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lester of Glen Tuggle, Mrs. Mabel The Wesley Volzes and Mr. Southfield, Mrs. David Allen Brown and Mrs. Mildred Trisch Mrs. Alice Neitz, who had and Mrs. Clayton Root visited Jr. and sons, David, Don and were in Bay City Sunday after- spent a week with her sister, the Root's daughter and fam- Douglas, of Muskegon, Marvin Mr. and Mrs. Mark Battel noon to attend, at the home of Mrs. Lilah Wilhelmi, returned ily, Mr. and Mrs. George Mc- Moore and Steve of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyers to her home Saturday. Kee and children, of Lapeer Mr. and Mrs. Kim Hiselman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Miller at 1051 Midland Rd., an open Friday. They also toured Ron and Paula of Hazel Park, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Battel ents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pontiac Motors where Mr. Mc- Greeting guests at the recep- Attending the bride as maid Battel of Cass City. house for Mr. Meyers' great- Mr. and Mrs. Dor us Klink- Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Nieman are residing in Cass City fol- Kee is employed. tion June 4 following their early of honor was her roommate, lowing their marriage in the aunt, Miss Anna Geotz, who man and son Fred attended and Rodney, Randy, Melnie and As the bride approached the was celebrating her 82nd birth- Bryon of Freeland and Mr. evening wedding at Colwood Miss Mary Jane Schipper, of Elkton United Methodist Church open house at Port Huron Sun- United Brethren Church in Caro altar, escorted by her father, day. day afternoon at the Robert Mrs. Lois Binder entertained and Mrs. Wayne Wood, Mark, Essexville. Miss Lori Ann Saturday evening, May 22. The she appeared in a princess at a cook-out Sunday for afam- were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Bush, niece of the bride, was ceremony was performed by Jarvis home, in honor of Cindy Dennis and Connie of Marlette. fashioned floor length Vic- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Loomis ily get-together. About 20 mem- Miller. Rev. Roger Burk of- junior bridesmaid, and Miss the Rev. John Nipper, pastor and Lyle Jarvis, who were Members of the Elmwood ficiated at the ceremony unit- torian ivory colored gown of and family attended open house among the seniors graduated bers of Mrs. Binder's and the Gloria Bush, also a niece, of of the Eraser Presbyterian organza and peau d' ange lace. Clayton Root families attended Missionary Circle will meet ing the former Edna Carlon La Grange, Illinois, was flow- Church, Caps...City, and Rev. Sunday afternoon at the Ken- at Port Huron. Mr. Jarvis is Styled with a fitted bodice, high neth Weatherhead home at Elk- as well as the Root's house Friday, June 18, at 11 a. m, Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. er girl. They chose floor length O. William' Cooper, pastor of a brother of Mrs. Klinkman. at the home of Mrs. Helen Alger L. Bush of Caro, and neckline, long sleeves and A- ton, in honor of Randy Weather- guests, who returned to Mans- gowns of rainbow colors, blue, the Elkton United Methodist line skirt, bordered with hand field, Ohio, Monday after visit- Little to leave from there for Joseph Hamre Miller, son of pink, and Nile green. They car- Church. head who was a member of Mrs. Ottis Sweet of Carson- clipped scalloped lace, which this year's graduating class. ing in the area. dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Miller ried bouquets of assorted sum- ville was a Sunday visitor at mer flowers. The bride, the former Diane was enhanced with a tubular the homes of her sister, Mrs. of Aneta, North Dakota. Powell, is the daughter of Mr. chapel train. A cathedral veil Among the seniors graduat- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aiken Miss Mary Mclntyre has as The bride's gown, made by William S. Miller served as Lilah Wilhelmi, and Mr. and a guest, a cousin, Walker Munro best man for his brother while and Mrs. Vern Powell of Elk- of silk bridal illusion was held ing from Birmingham high Mrs. Carl Kolb. of Caro were Sunday evening her maid of honor, was white ton, and the bridegroom's par- secure with a pearl seeded schools this week was Lynn visitors at the Clayton Root of Detroit. silk organza fashioned with lace Alger Lee Bush II was junior camelot headdress topped with Little. She is the daughter of home. with a round neckline accented groomsman. Brian Bush was double bows. She carried a Miss Maxine Loney and her Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Freed with bows on the shoulders ringbearer. Mr. and Mrs. Grant M. Little niece, Miss Ellen Morgan, a Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tuckey basket of daisies and carna- and granddaughter of Mr. and and family of Elkhart, Ind., and long sleeves. Her fitted The mother of the bride and Marriage Licenses tions of various colors accented Mrs. Arthur Little. student nurse at Kalamazoo, were week-end guests of Mrs. announce the birth of their sec- ond child, an eight-pound, six- were guests of Mrs. Freed's floor length skirt with clustered the mother of the bridegroom with baby's-breath. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clair appliques of lace in tripant's were dressed in blue with white Bridal attendants included Kathryn Gauer at Ann Arbor. ounce son, Paul Russell, June Tuckey, from Friday until Sun- treatment around the sleeves accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nicholas Marc Donald Hale, 18, of Mrs. Richard Crittenden of They also called on Floyd 7 in Saginaw General Hospital. day and Saturday evening at- and above the hemline, extended Mr. and Mrs. Miller will and Tammy of Bay City, Dean O'Rourke of Fenton, who is Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Millington and Darlene Marie Caro, sister of the bride, Stine and Miss Sue Anderson tended the wedding of Miss into the detachable sweeping soon be leaving for Swaziland, Peltonen, 16, of Otter Lake. matron of honor; Mrs. Tom a patient in the VA hospital Laurence Bartle and Mr. and Kay D'Arcy and Robert Sims court train with clustered ap- in Africa, to serve as mis- of Grand Rapids spent the week in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Luke Tuckey. Mrs. Tuckey James Roy Niesen, 22, of Fulcher of Cass City and Miss end with Mr. and Mrs. Garrison at the Lamotte Missionary pliques accenting. A bandeau sionaries with Trans World Oak Park and Barbara Jean Sue Haley of Elkton, cousins and baby came home from the Church. Lori Freed stayed here held an English illusion veil Radio. Mr. Miller is an engin- Stine and family. Saturday eve- Mrs. Vern Watson and daugh- hospital Friday. The new baby McComb, 21, of Caro. of the bride, and Miss Mar- ning Mr. and Mrs. Stine and to spend two weeks with her and she carried an arrange- eer and will help TWR build Truman Lee Worth, 26, of ter, Miss Charlotte Watson, at- joins a sister, Carolyn, 2, at grandparents, the Clair Tuck- ment of white garden flowers a new super power Christian garet Battel of Cass City, sis- their family had dinner at the tended open house Sunday after- Vassar and Patricia Ann With- ter of the bridegroom, as home. eys. in an arm bouquet, radio station there. Log Cabin Inn, Sebewaing, to noon at the Alvin Ewald home ers, 29, of Vassar. bridesmaids. Hues of lavender, celebrate their 25th wedding Richard Earl Heath, 30, of near Caro in honor of their aqua and white were chosen anniversary. son Dennis who graduated last Lapeer and Virginia Faye for the floral pant gowns worn week from Caro High School. Graves, 34, of Caro. Terry Lynn Smith, 20, of Clifford and Donna Mae Steph- ens, 18, of Fostoria. by the attendants. They car- ried baskets of daisies, car- nations and baby's-breath, sim- ilar to the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Car mack Smith of Westland came Sunday to spend until Wednesday with Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Rodney Krueger of Anrod Screen. Cylinder Co., Cass City, f Terry O'Brien TerBush, 24, John Battel of Dayton, Ohio, Herman Stine. was one of 38 consolation win- of Mayville and Pamela Sue brother of the bridegroom, was ners in a contest sponsored Sullivan, 21, of Mayville. best man. Others were Garry Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mc- by a trucking concern. 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