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Anne and Harvey Borup

Anne and Harvey Borup, residents of Burbank since 1947, recently

celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary with family and friends at

their daughter and son-in-law’s home in Burbank. Fifty guests attended

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the affair.

Anne is 92 and Harvey is 93. They were married in Rapid City, S.D. in

1929. They have two children, Beverly Jensen of Burbank and Ron Borup of

La Crescenta; four grandchildren, Dan Jensen and Don Jensen of Burbank,

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Dave Jensen of Santa Clarita and Doreen Jensen of Burbank; and

great-grandchildren Courtney and Lindsay Jensen of Burbank.

Anne was a pottery decorator of Franciscan ware at Gladding McBean in

Glendale, which later became Interpace. Harvey was a civil engineer for

the Army and later became a Realtor in Burbank.

In their early days, they had some fascinating experiences. Anne

taught school on the prairies of South Dakota in a one-room schoolhouse

to grades one through eight. She also helped cook for 10 to 12 laborers

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in a cook house on construction projects for the highways of the state.

Harvey’s first auto was a Model A Ford and he also owned a Model T with

his twin brother, Harley, to which they added a racing body onto the

chassis.

Anne and Harvey also lived during the time of the Depression and

Prohibition. In those days, riding a horse for 10 miles to go to a dance

was a fun time.

Erikson -- Macey

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Karlyna Erikson and Robert Macey of Glendale were married at the

Glendale Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Marvin Warman officiated.

The bride and groom greeted each guest as they exited the pews

following the ceremony.

Erin Eftekhar was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Rhonda

Brillon, Emily Macey, Helen Melville and Elisa Szollosy. The junior

bridesmaids was Ashley Erikson.

The best man was Mike Houghtaling. The ushers were Keven Strehle, John

Ramseyer, Bill Tuman and Brian Oosdyke. The ring bearer was Chris

Erikson.

A reception followed at the Red Lion Hotel. The honeymoon was kept a

secret from the bride until the last minute. The couple will reside in

Glendale.

The bride is the daughter of Danielle Erikson-Luna of Glendale, Ariz.

and Kurt Erikson of Glendale.

She graduated from Cal State Northridge with a bachelor’s degree in

English. She is employed at M.P.I. Talent Agency.

The groom is the son of Peggy and Craig Oosdyke of Fountain Valley.

He graduated from University of Long Beach with a bachelors degree in

radio/television/film. He is employed by KCBS-TV and affiliated with the

National Press Photographers Assn.

Fonseca -- Cowles

Sandra M. Fonseca and Matthew A. Cowles of Burbank will be married at

the St. Charles Borromeo Parish in July.

The bride-to-be is the daughter of Julia R. and Antonio M. Fonseca of

Burbank. She graduated from Burbank High School and UCLA with a

bachelor’s degree in political science. She received her teaching

credentials from Cal State Northridge. She is working on her master’s

degree at Cal State Los Angeles. She works as a first-grade teacher in

the Los Angeles Unified School District.

The groom-to-be is the son of Darlene Cowles Townsend of Van Nuys and

John V. Cowles III of Burbank. He graduated from Burbank High School and

is employed at Hathaway-Dinwiddie Construction Co. as a superintendent.


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