Cousin Mike and Gracies
Rev. A. Propp officiates Penner -den Harder vows solemnized Two-year-old Toni Atkins was the petite flower girl at the wedding of Jean Maria Elizabeth den Harder and LeRoy Peter Penner which was solemnized at Christ Lutheran Church, Chilliwack, on August 22. Rev. A. Propp officiated at the double ring service for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marinus den Harder of Yarrow and the son of Mr. and. Mrs. Peter T. Penner of Chilliwack. Father and mother of the bride gave her away. She chose a floor length wedding gown of satin trimmed with lace with long lily point lace sleeves. Her short veil was held with a headpiece of three lily flowers. She carried a bouquet of three orchids and white roses with ferns tied with white ribbon. Maid of honor Patricia La Bounty wore a floor length dress of a soft peach color with empire waist and bodice and sleeves of lace. Ricky Mammel was senior bridesmaid and sisters of the bride and groom, Tiny den Harder and Luella Penner were the junior bridesmaids. Their dresses were of coral sheer over taffeta, floor length with empire waists. White flower trimmings enhance the neck and bodice. Their flowers were tropicana roses and white carnations arranged in white lace. Flower girl Toni Atkins wore a short white dress with pink lace down the front and around neck and sleeves. She carried a basket of flowers to match those of the other attendants. Ring bearer Terry Bluhm of Manitoba wore a black tuxedo. Ernst Schepanowsky was best man and ushers were Larry Ladoux, Ken Wall and Wayne La Bounty. They were attired in white dinner jack ets with white rose bouton-nieres. At the reception held in Foresters' Hall, Sardis, David Ovans was master of ceremonies. Toast was proposed by Ben Mainer. Mike Harris and Gracie Dee from Nashville, Tennessee, dedicated a few songs of their own to bride and groom. Bridal table was decorated with three flower arrangements flanked by three candles on either side. The three tier wedding cake made by the groom's father was on a separate table covered by a cloth which the groom's grandmother had made from the cord of a parachute. Flower decorations in church and hall were done by Mrs. Clyde Johnson. Mrs. Ralph La Bounty made the dresses of the bridesmaids. Following a honeymoon to Penticton bride and groom will reside in Chilliwack. Correction In the account of the Miller-Roth wedding which took place August 22 the name of Don Halliday as best man was inadvertently omitted. BRING THIS COUPON OUT TO THE AIRPORT CHILLIWACK FLYING CLUB 44218 Airport Road, Chilliwack, B.C. Sit in the pilot's seat and fly the airplane yourself. Hold the controls and ease the Cessna into a gentle bank. Command it to climb and feel it respond. A licensed instructor at your side will show you how. This certificate and $5 buys it No strings attached.