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f . ...----~- "._----- ~--~~ ........ ~- - - ._- - - -.~---.....---~-~-"-~~--------~ .... _ ........----------~------------- 'h, P,g- Two-B End Children Of Mary season \ '1lle Children of Mary sodality's final meeting ri the seuon is scheduled for Friday, May 7, at the Grosse Pointe Academy where The Reverend Arthur McGovern, S.J., of the University fi Detroit, will olfer mass in the chapel at 10 a.m. Aspirants will recelve their medals. Alpha Plus honor Mary Carr Boyd Panbellenic guests and Alpha Phis from across the state and northwestern Ohio gathered Saturday, April 24, between 3 and 5 p.m. at the Lakeshore Road home of Carol Lecklider Nee! for a tea honoring Mal}' Carr Boyd, of Perrysburg, 0., who 15 completing her second and final term as international president of Alpha Phi, one If the oldest women's fratemiteies in the United States. . The organiZaUon, IOunaeQ In iOn, now has chapt~rs throughout the United States and Canada. In this state, collegiate chapters are located at the University of Michigan, Michigan State and Western Michigan Universities and Adrian College. Reservations for the tea in Mrs. Boyd's honor were accepted by Margaret carey Brown. Miss LeFevre wed in Ohio Boulevard United PNJsbyterian Church, Columbus, 0., was the utUni for the Saturday, April M, ceremony at which Uora Beth LeFeVre, daugh. ter of former Pointers Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. LeFevre, who now make their home in Powell, 0., and Douglas James Willems, of Columbus, ex. challfJed marriage vows. Mr. Willems is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Willems, of Kailua, Hawaii, who brought the ordlids for the wedding and tbe rebearsal dinner over from Hawaii, where the new. lyweds are vacationing. They will return to make their home in Columbus. For the 4:30 o'clock rites, followed by a reception at the Country Club at Muirfield Village, at which The Reverend E. Bert Bonte presided, the former Miss LeFevre chose a traditional gown, styled with a long-sleeved bodice of candlelight lace and a full skirt and train of Ussue silk taffeta. Matching lace trimmed her illusion veil, which fell from a c:ap of la.ce and ...1 "h;ff u ~"'.." .,'''S f~;hi-;n-ed~.~f••iiii~:;,;:~v~;y: g'a-rdenias, orchids and stephanotis. sally Jane LeFevre was honor maid for her 'sister, Bridesmaids were Tish Willems, of Denver, Colo., the bridegroom's sister, Sally Ann Savic and Nancy Wiseman, both of Columbus, Barbara Lasko, of Cleveland, and Charlotte Hamilton and Jatlet Brad. field, both If whom reside in Califor. Facuhy Wives plan luncheon Grosse Pointe Faculty Wives gather at 11:~ a.m. this Saturday, May 1, for their annual spring luncheon and a tour If Meadow Brook Hall and Knole Cottage. Per' tradition, they will honor at this gathering their retiring officers: Mrs. Russ Hepner, president; Mlt. James Haskell, vice-president; Mrs. Paul Jablonski, secretary. ~. .. to' .. ' ,,' .. ' ",' .. ' \, .. ' ',,' ,,' " treasurer; Mrs. David LaDuke, Mrs. David Thomas and Mrs, William Mestdagh, scholarship, nominating and publicity chairmen, respectively. lnteresfed members and tbe1r guests may contact Mrs. Harlen Minor or Mrs. John Wargelin (or (urther information. ROLEX. R>R THE TIMES WORTH CELEBRATING. ) ~ 'r:'~b_"'~ When you're reody to shore the ultimote gift of timegive a Rolex from our collection. We~llgi~e you the ultimate in service, selection and satisfaction. Styles shown: lady's bracelet watches in 14 karat gold: A. $1,850. C. $1,875. B.Man's Day-Dote in 18 karat gold with President's bracelet, $7,.950. Ask about our trade.-in policy! rille Jewelers Since 1861 Where the best surprises beKin. 17051 Kercheval at 51. Clair 885-5515 GIVE YOUR PRECIOUS FURS AN EXCITING NEW APPEARANCE. Mr. Frederick, our master furrier, works with furs the wayan artist creates on canvas. He can originate an entirely different style, add knit sleeves or front panels, lengthen or shorten a fur garment. You may wish him to add a border or reline the coat or jacket for many years of additional wear. Mr. Frederick will be in our Fur Salon on Monday, May 3rd from 10 a,m. to 5 p.m. to examine your fur pieces and discuss what can be done to refreshen their fashion outlook. For an appointment, please call 882-7000. Ext. 143. Jacob sons GROSSE POiNTE Forul Professional WOlllell's Network , GROSSE POINTE NEWS Thursday, April 29, 1982 ._------_.__._--------- nia. Their dresses featured bQdices of candlelight voile and lace 'and full skirts, spring green in color. They carried yellow tulips. Best man was Jack North, ot Fair. lawn, O. Ushers were Scott D. LeFevre, of Columbus, and Gary LeFevre, of Santa Barbara, Calif., brothers of the bride, Andrew Wil. lems, of Denver, brother of the bridegroom, William Brennan, of Colum. bus, and Stephen Spisak, of Cleveland. The mother of the bride wore' a dress of spring green chiffon. The bridegroom's mother selected yellow voile. Each mother wore an orchid corsage. Dr. Clare Keller, vice-president, Human Resources, Automobile Club of America, was guest speaker at the Michigall Professional, Women's Network April dinner meeting. The MPWN, a group dedlcated to proVJ(1iog business contacts, information and supPort to professional women, heard Dr. Keller declare that the '80s would be a time for women not only to assess the effects of the technological revolu. tion in general but to analyze their special problems as -Working women and "look at the skills women must develop as they begin in larger num. bers to move past the rank of middle. manager into senior management." She pointed out that .women must go beyond rhetoric and rationalil.ation to a realistic plan for the '80s, stating that "unless women have a sense of history, of where they have been, where they are and where they want to go, theirs is an aimless trek." She also emphasized that "the new management style for the '80s does not abandon masculine or feminine behaviors but blends them successfully to effect a new and better manage- ,ment style in each of us." The speaker for MPWN's Monday, May 10, meeting will be attorney Elaine Stulberg. Her topic is "What Women Need to Know About Their Legal Rights." Additional information on the MPWN may be' obtained by calling Jane Reed at 323- 3062, Teen Age Special with Ruth and Lynn only HairCut AND SHA~PDO with blow dry $15 regularly $18 Ballew-Roach VOWS. spoken A princess style dress of organza with inserts. of Alencon lace was Catherine Stollery Roach's choice for her marriage to Ch!1rles Campbell Ballew in the lakeside garden at the Grosse Pointe War MemoriaL Gardenias, roses and baby's-breath formed her bouquet. The bride, daughter of Mr. aoo Mrs. John Roach, of Bedford Road, is a Vocal major in Jazz Studies and Con. tinuing Media at Wavne State University. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ballew, of Lakeshore Road, is l a senior at Wayne State, majoring in Economics before starting his graduate studies. Father Jim Trent presided at the Saturday, July 18, ceremony which was followed by a reception in the War Memorial's Alger House. The newlyweds vacationed at the Canadian Lakes and are at home in Detroit. Nancy Anne Roach flew in from California, where she is attending UCLA as a Computer major. to serve as nonor maul lor her younger sIster. Jeanne Ballew, the bridegroom's sis. ter, Sheila Murphey, of Traverse City, and Susan Brackette were bridesmaids. Lace ins~rts and embroidery ac- • cented their sashed dresses of pleated peach organdy. They carried arrangements of peach rosebuds and baby's breath, with peach satin streamers. Christopher Bailew came from St. . Helium •• lIoon Bouquet Delivery Service Oltl, .. ~, CIstl •• C~lrKtIr1 fir AU Occasills 294-4848 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ballew Louis, Mo., to act as best man for his older brother. Ushers were Paul Gus. tafson, of Bozeman. Mont., Willia m Horsley and Gregory Roach, the bride's younger brother. i ilt: ll1Ul~r ui l~ onri~ wure oiu~ silk. White rosebuds and babv's.breath formed her corsage. The bridegroom's mother selected a mandarin-collared, princess style dress of beige silk and a corsage of cream roses. Guests included the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J,P. Bird and ~irs, E.T. Roach, and her brother, John, a pilot in the Uniled States Navy, who flew in as a surprise and sang for the ceremony. FilIal Saturday at Four cOllCerl The Music, Department of Maryg- cer\, all Detroit area professionals, rove College presents the last in its will be Earnestine Nimmons, soprano. current six-concert Saturdays at Four Donald Baker. oboe, and the Detroit chamber music series on Saturday. String Quartet: James Waring, violin. May I, at 4 p.m. in Denk Chapman . Inez Redman. violin, David Ireland. Hall of the Madame Cadillac Building viola, and John Thurman, cello. on the Marygrove campus, West [

--- ~~- -----~- -~ ......---....---------------_.-- ......~.......~...-........----......-......-.. .._----~-------.--._-,~ ..-..~--~-~-- Thursday, April 29, 1982 --- --- ~~ - - - .- ~ ~ Dance & shape up for SlUlmler BeFit, ThlnkFH, KeepFIl all summer long via Dance SJlmnastlcs. Ltd,. the nationally recognized aerobic fitness club w~lch offers area reliidents an oPPOrtunity to shape up for summer In a six-week series of aerobic dance classes scheduled to begin the week of May 10. "Bandstand Boogie" will llleet Mon, days and Wednesdays at 9 30 a, 10, lIud Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:45 p.m. at Christ lhe King Lutheran Church; Mondays and We-dnesdays at 6:45 (I,m, at Grosse Pointe Woods I'r('shytel'ian Church; lInd Tul.'sdays amI Thursdays al 4:45 p,rn at SainI Michael's Epis, copal Chur(.h Baby ~ltllrJi: is a\ ailabll' for the rnOrluug dasses Under thl' dub'~ unlqU(' Open Class Policy, rnembers can attl'IJ(1 sessIOns as many tirnt.;s a "t:ek as deSired The class fee officially covers the cost of Iwo one-hour sessions per week, but participants may attend an unlimited nUlllo~r vi lI.odillUnUJ ~~~~Iuns at IIV exIra cosl, , The classes are deSIgned to be fun and non-competitive, ~lt'rnbers are encouraged to dance at !hl' lerel that Is comfortable for them The eastly learned roulines are set to a variety of musical tempos; in .. Bandstand Boogie," students will ~('amper through a polka, bounce to II diSCO beal and gyrale to rock No previous dance or athletic ex. perience is necessary, Dance Shmnastics offers programs for women, men, children and handicapped persons: there is a special (lfograrn fOf everyone wishing to develop aerobk conditioning. Information on the spring classes in The Pointe may be obtained by calling 886-7534 or 882. 82Oll. JrO()(I,~(;(1r(le" Club to "'(Jet Members of the Grosse Pointe Woods Garden Club will celebrate spring next Tuesday, May 4, durlnll II 12:80 p.m, luncheon III Stouffera East. land. The follovdng day. ~ay 5, many club members plan 10 travel to the FIrst Pre!brterlan Church of Dearborn for a meeting of District One of the Fe-derate-d Garden Clubs of Michi. gan, starting at 9:30 a.m, A box lunch .... il1 be provided. Navy League to have a ball ... GROSSE POINTE NEWS Page Three-L ptlOlo by Kay We~baet The Detroit Women's Council of the Navy among the trophies - are United States Coast League of the United States will stage its 32nd Guard Captain ROBERT J. WATTERSON annual Navy League Ball Saturday, May 15, at (left), among the senior ranking officers of the Lochmoor Club. Planning for the festive eve- Navy, Marines and Coast Guard in the Detroit ning began early in March over luncheon at the area who have been invited to speak at the ball, Cameron Place home of MR. and MRS. explaining what the public can do to lend assis- THOMAS K. FISHER (she is seated, holding tance and support to their respective services, the Navy League plaque; he is standing behind MRS. FRANK NAIR, Women's Council treaher). Gathered around the Fishers in the Blue surer, and MRS. EMIL GROB (right.), who is (Trophy) Room of their house - there is a sponsoring the party at Lochmoor, large replica of the famous Fisher Body Coach ~lr" Anthuny Kunert, president of Ihl' Councll. anrl heor husband will act as ofliclal ~avy League Ball hosteBB and host, along with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whitlock lind ~'r. and Mrs. James Glander Tht' Mesdames Whitlock and Glander are parly chairman and cochairman, respectively. SrpRl'NG C()J~lLEC'TI()N, -,' .. MENS & WOMENS DESIGNER FASHIONS INCLUDING: • C.hlln IU.ln • Condor • ,l-.. "_", • alii ala_ o Ote., de L' "entl • 11:1pm. Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Up to 40% off i'.-.. Designer Jeans up to 1/2 off .' rr ... () . 1'1 1 ~Co~fR.• ) 'f.~ ~. , 6839 "-flchevai Grosse POlntf 882-6260! X I\l\ ~. 304 \\ Fourlh 51 Royal Oa~ 545-4446 " SALE OF CUSTOM-ORDER DECORATIVE WINDOW TREATMENTS Create an Innovative room decor 01 your own With beautiful woven woods verticals or levoiors energy and light controlllrlQ alternatives to draperies Among the most versatile of interior deSign components. blinds can make a bold statement With splashes of color or slip qUietly Into the background to subtly accenl other pomls ot Interest Our selection of styles and colors IS as viHled as there are wlr1dow!; to dress-up tor spring EnJOY savings now on 1hese custom-ordered Window wonders .Jacob SOn'S Store for the home Grosse Pointe OPEN THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS UNTIL 900 PM Among Ihosl! hearling various CUIll, mllteeos are the Mesdames ROllt'f Harter, Aaron E, Wilcox, Nolan B, Kir. man, Eric P, Dcrnrose, Jack Quale.\', Hilton D. ~'08er . .Iohn LBvrukas and Ralph L, Mason, Inrited to ~ak. 10 addition to CaplalO 'Vallerson. are Colonel Richard E. Hawes, l'S!'IIC, and Captain Howard W, Alexanrler, US:\. The parly schedule calls for cock, tails at 6:30 p.m., dinner al 7:30 anrl dancing from 9 10 1 in the morning to the musk 01 Ihe Changing Times, The 1982 ball wlll tughllghl its spoOllOring orllaOlzBlion's comlOit ment to supporl the l'nited States Sea S{'Tvices: ~avy, :-'1arlncs and Coasl Guarrl, In arldillon, the e\'enJng will {'clebrall' lhe BOlh anni\'ersan' of the Nay>' League; its theme, "Freedom is a Civilian Responsibi Iity." reflecls the dedication of its members to work with the military in a conli nuing I'ffort to maintain peace. Day in. May at Crallbrook ~I any Poinler~ \I ill be tl'a\l>ling to for whil'h re~el"\ at ion ('h('ch at $6 per ChTlsl Chur('h. Cranbrook: Wednt's, person should be sent 10 Mrs, David day. ~lay 12. [or [he annual meeting 01 Boolh. 172 Chl',lerlil'ld Boad. BII'minthe 1'iational Cathedral Association of gham. ~lich -lllo):\. .-('I'\'ed at 12:30 . ~~~lIlil; lqJlo'wl'lg Hj:!U'....J2,1ll ~ ......:.:...~ ar 5\ at f~a4'ri, 1md lund'leol1, . N.w O, DIXIELAND CHET BOGAN Ad U. Wormlnl JAZZ BAND .Every Tu,",~9 p.• , THE LIDO Dining, Cocktails . 24026 E. Jeffer.on (Jus! /VoNt> of 9 M'I $2.00 OFF with this ad. Just the gift to fit MOM'S "PURSE-SONALlTY." Assorted Colors with piping. \ ~( 0' ~~

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