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    Harder-Brooke '
Wedding Friday
10 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Tues., Aug. 20, 1963
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MR. AND MRS. MARVIN JONES, above, cut the first piece
of their wedding cake at the reception following their mar
riage. The bride, Carolyn Mae Brent, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Caroldeen J. Brent of Canyonville, and the
bridegrom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones of
ModestoCalif. The wedding took place at the Neighbor
Church in Modesto, Calif. (Picture by Von Braun, Stockton,
Carolyn Brent
Now Mrs. Jones
The Neighbor Church in Modes
to, Calif., was the scene of Hie
wedding Aug. 2 of Carolyn Mae
Brent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Caroldcan J. Brent, Canyonville,
and Marvin Jones, son of Mr. and
Mrs.' Raymond Jones of Modesto,
The Rev. Inmun of the Salidu,
Calif. Assembly of God Church
read the vows before an altar
flanked with huge baskets of 'white
gladioli. ,
The bride was given in murriuge
by her father. She was beautiful
in a white full-length taffeta wed
ding dress adorned with three taf
feta roses and a full sweeping
train. Lace and sequins were fash
ioned around the square neckline.
The bride carried a wedding bou
quet of pink carnations.
Mrs. Ronald Brent, sister-in-law
of the bride, was matron of hon
or, and Betty Gale Willis was
maid of honor. Cheryl Englcs was
bridesmaid. They wore white bro
cade sheath dresses. Their head
pieces were pink rolled roses with
net. They carried bouquets of car
nations. Rachel Ivcrs and Barbara Stev
ens were candlelightcrs.
Allen Randolph acted as best
man for the bridegroom. Ushering
was done by Dick Linn and Wil
liam Cummings, brother-in-law of
the bridegroom.
Shclia Jones, niece of the bride
groom, was flower girl. The ring
bearer was Bobby Lindley.
Cynthia Chrass, organist, played
appropriate music while the guests
gathered, as well as the tradition
al wedding marches. She also ac
companied Rachel Ivors who sang
"Ai v a w n l n g." Ronald Brent
brother of the bride, sang "If I
Could Tell You" and "Submission.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brent sang
a duet, "wnitlier Thou Goest."
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A LOVELY BRIDE of Aug. 17 was Rita Delores Kelstrup,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Kelstrup of Seattle, for
merly of Roseburg, and Douglas Richard Peters, son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Peters o' Portland. The wedding took ploce
at the 15th Avenue Bible Church in Seattle. (Picture by
Kennell-Ellis, Seattle).
Former Roseburg
Pink gladioli and white cathedral;
candies lormea me selling lor the
wedding Friday evening, Aug. 16,
of Beverly F. Brooke and Fred S.
Harder, both of Roseburg, at the
First Christian. Church, James
Smith, pastor,- performed the dou
ble ring ceremony in the presence
of close friends and relatives of
the couple.
The bride was charming in a
silver-blue two-piece dress with
pink feather hat and silver slip
pers. She carried an arrangement
of pink gladioli blossoms. She was
escorted down the aisle by Charles
V. Stanton.
Mrs. Earl Preston of Springfield,
was matron of honor and wore a
pink chiffon dress with pink hat.
Her bouquet of gladioli and her
slippers were in a deeper pink
shade, i David Damon of Oakland,
Calif., son of the bride, was best
man. Kenneth Miller, son in-law
of the bride, and Dr. Bruce Tuck,
were ushers.
A wedding reception followed at
. the home of the bride and bride
groom at 326 W. Laurelwood Ct.
.Mrs. Harry Jones catered the af
fair. The bride's table was covered
by a pink lace cloth centered by a
beautifully decorated wedding cake
topped with white roses and white
: wedding bells and flanked by pink
carnations and white tapers. .
I The bride and bridegroom re
ceived the congratulations from
! their friends with the bride's moth
! cr, Mrs. Myrl Griswold, of San
) Francisco, who was attractive in a
i beige lace sheath dress with multi
! colored silk ribbon hat and a cor
sage of pink gladioli blossoms.
Mrs. Edwin Nolte served the
wedding cake. Mrs.' Bruce Tuck
served punch and Mrs. Larry Rut
tcr of Medford, daughter of the
bridegroom, poured the coffee.
Mrs. Kenneth Miller, daughter of
the bride, had charge of the gilts
and Mrs. Harold Patterson pre
sented the guest book. The lovely
arrangements of hydrangeas used
throughout the rooms were arrang
ed by Mrs. James Byron. Mrs.
Frederick J. Porter acted as host
ess. The bridegroom's two daugh
ters, Anne and Joy, assisted in
the serving. ,
Coming from out of town for the I
wedding were the bride's son, Da-
vid Damon, of OaklandCalif; her I
mother, Mrs. Myrl unsworn, oi
San Francisco; her aunt, M r s.
Wally Getchell of Eureka. Calif.;
the bridegroom's daughter. Mrs.
Larry Rutter. of Medford; Mr. and
Mrs. George Clark of Klamath
Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pres
ton of Springfield.
The bride is assistant society cd-
i itor and a staff writer for the
I News-Review and the bridegroom,
who is the son of Arthur E. Hard
I er, of Astoria, is a partner of Per
' ry Upright in the Roseburg Print
! ing Co. v
! For traveling the bride chose a
i black and white ensemble.' Follow
: ing a honeymoon to Ocean Lake
and other coastal points, Mr. ami
Mrs. Harder will be at home to
friends at 328 W. Laurelwood Ct.
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For her daughter's wedding, Mrs.
Brent chose a baby blue summer
crepe afternoon dress with white
accessories. The bridegroom s
mother wore a pink street dress
with while accessories.
A reception was held in the
church annex following the cere
mony. Willu McKim served the
tiered wedding cake. Delois Jones,
sister of the bridegroom, and Eve
lyn Jones, sister-in-law of the
bridegroom, served punch. Vonda
Cummings, sister of the bride
groom, presided over the guest
book which was placed on a wish
ing well sotting made by Mrs.
Brent, mother of the bride. Bar
bara Stevens sang at the recep
tion. The gift table was decorated as
a lamp stand adorned with bas
kets of rosebuds and white chapel
bells, Mrs. C. J. Brent made a
large heart of white satin, decorat
ed with doves and ribbons, with
pink lettering for the refreshment
table. .
' The couple honeymooned at
Yosemite National Park for a week
following the wedding. For travel
ing the bride wore a blush rose,
heavy linen, semi-fitted suit with
white accessories.
The bride was graduated from
Canyonville Bible Academy, at
tended Central Bible Institute in
Springfield, Mo., and this spring
finished two years in Bethany Bi
ble College, Santa Cruz. Calif., as
a Christian Education major. She
is employed as a counselor in the
Juvenile Hull, Santa Cruz. The
bridegruom was graduated from
high school in Modesto, Calif., and
will be graduated next spring with
a BA degree in pastoral theology
at Bethany Bible College. He plans
to enter full time gospel ministry
following his studies. He is pres
ently employed by the Sylvania
Electronics Co.
; Among guests attending the wed
j ding were Mi: and Mrs. C. J.
Brent, parents of the bride, and
I Mrs. Nettie Harding, all of Can
! yonville and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
j Brent, brother and sister-in-law of
: the bride, of Springfield, Mo.
The wedding of Rita Delores Kel
strup of Seattle, Wash., and Doug
las Richard Peters of Portland was
an event of Aug. 17 at the 15th
Avenue Bible Church of Seattle.
Nearly 200 guests were present for
the 8 p.m. ceremony.
Officiating were the bride's falh
cr, the Rev. Arthur Kelstrup. and
the Rev. II. R. Currie, both of
Seattle, and the Rev. Raymond
Targgart of Portland.
The bride and her narents. the !
Rev. and Mrs. Kelstrup, are for-!
mer residents of Roseburg. The'
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and'
Mrs. R. D. Peters of Portland. I
Candelabra in a fan design, to-'
gethcr with two large bouquets of;
lull liowcrs, served as altar decor-!
ations. Miss Alice Grow of Grand
view, Wash., was organist. She ae- J
companied the soloist, Don Brum-i
field, who sang "I'll Walk With!
God" and "The Wedding Prayer." j
The bride's father gave her in
marriage. She wore a gown ul
nylon organza over luffota, styled
with a bell skirt. The bodice was
of Chantilly lace, pointed at the
waistline and embroidered with
seed pearls and opalescent se
quins. Lace appliques decorated
the skirl front and outlined the
shepherdess back. The bride's veil
was fashioned of the finest English
tulle with hand-rolled edge, falling! DnnrP AnnOI inrprl
A "Cotton Pickin" dance will be
sponsored by Women of the Moose
Saturday, Aug. 24, at 9.30 p.m. at
the Moose Hall. Members and their
guests arc invited to enjoy the af
fair. Officers of Women of the
Moose will act as hostesses for the
affair, which promises to be of un
usual enjoyment.
from a open crowned pill box head
piece. She carried an orchid on a
white Bible, a gift from the bride
groom. . '
Miss Janet Clifford, a college
friend of the bride, was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Jcannette
Dcffinbaugh, Diane Johnson and
Betty Eidsness. They were dressed
in brown brocade, the maid of hon
or's dress of a deeper shade. The
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nL-iic ii,, . i.0ih Donald Isakson and Miss Carol
sleeves and semi-gathered skirts. Uakson of Roseburg cut the cake.
V,.fh n-n-rinrl a cinolo Inno. -OIiee Was SCrVCU Uy lHUa Iei
stemmed chrvsanthemum i n st'P and Mrs Cecil Hoff, aunts
i , ,i ij , lot the bride. Barbara towlcr la-
,,,'.? u . ' r died the punch. Cousins of the
C harles Pe ers was best man for , ,)ri(i p, is an(1 LmAse Hanson
n s oro iier usiiers were nuy,of Cust Was, had d of
sirup brother of the bride; Rich- ,he t book and aUended to
aro mnimtra ami itoneri dick, cou-;
sin of me Bridegroom. The newiVweds left for a honey-1
Kicky Lee and Bobbi Lyn Wil-1 muon at Lake Quinault Resort. For
liams. cousins of the bride, were . traveling, the bride wore a cran
; enndlelightcrs. I berry-colored wool sheath with gun-
For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. ! metal patent accessories. i
Kelstrup wore a turquoise blue' The bride attended Roseburg
silk sheath with matching slippers. High School and Seattle Pacific
The bridegroom's mother w o r e I College. The bridegroom was grad
blue crepe. Both mothers had or-1 School in Portland and Seattle Pa
chid corsages. ! cific College. He is employed as a
Following the wedding, a recep-1 chemist for Crown Zellerbaeh in
lion was held at the church. Mrs. I Oregon City.
MARRIED Friday, Aug. 16, at 7:30 the First Chris
tian Church by James Smith, pastor, were Beverly F. Brooke
and Fred S. Harder, pictured above at the reception which
followed the wedding ct their home in' Laurelwood. The
couple will honeymoon at coastal points. (Picfuce by Chris'
Studio of P.iotography.i. . -.
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A COFFEE honoring Allen Ellsworth, above left, executive secretary of the Pacific North
west Council of YMCA, ond Jack Wiley, associate secretary of the . same staff, (right)
both of Seattle, was enjoyed Friday at the Roseburg YMCA. The two visitors are pictured
with YMCA executive secretary Wayne Schulz. Board members of the YMCA, attended
the coffee. (News-Review Photo).
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