June and Jim Wedding Announcment
Interesting In university circles the marriage of Mtrs June \ nds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hinds of Weeping Water, to ^ mes Elgaard of Norfolk, son of J. Elgaard of Weeping Water. The wedding took place on Sunday Sunday afternoon at 5 o’clcx'k at the Eir^t Central Congregational church in Omaha. Mls.a Muriel i/ole of Omaha, bridesmaid, wore a frock of blue georgette with a white garden hat. She t arried a bouquet of roses. The bride’s gown was of hand blocked peach organdy and .she wore a hat to match and carried a bouquet of ro.se.s and lilies of the valley. Harold Harold Hinds of Omaha, brother of the bride, wa.s the best man. A wedding dinner was held at the Paxton hotel for the bridal party and members of the family. A large wedding cake and ivory taper« taper« ffirmed the centerpiece. After a motor trip to the northern lakes. Mr. Elgaard and his bride will make their home in Norfolk. Mrs. P’Jgaard is a former student at Lindenwood college and the University University of Nebraska and Mr. F:1- gaard is a graduate of the university university college of engineering.