Clipped From The Harlan News-Advertiser
sang in a a the the the of the at the cups the Mil made Mmes Hertha Strandskov, Kimballton Bride Strandskov-Haas Rites At Kimballton Feb. 27 On Sunday, Februaiy 27, at T o'clock in the evening, the Lutheran church at Kimballton was the setting for the lovely candlelight wedding ceremony which united in marriage, Miss Heitha Strand- skov, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Strandskov of Kimballton. and John K. Haas, son of Mr and Mrs \ Alfred Haas of Harlan i The brides* uncle, the Her Holger Strandskov. performed the double ring ceiemony. Pieceding the ceremony. Mr Rob'ert Mortensen of Cedar Falls, sang "I Love You Truly' 1 and "Because/' accompanied by Mrs Sylvia Esbeck. While the couple knelt at the alta^ he sang "The Lord's Prayer". Candle lighters were Miss Pat Bonnesen, cousin of the "bride, and Miss Marvel Thomsen. They wore green and yellow formal gowns, respectively. x The bride was given in mai- riage by her father She wore a gown of her ovn design and construction. The bodice of Chantilir lace was fashioned with a scalloped Y neckline and long lace i sleeves tapering to a point over the wrists. The princess styled skirt had a long full tram. The brides finger-tip veil was held by a tiara of seed pearls anxl rhine stones. Her strand of pearls and matching earrings were gifts from the bridegroom She carried a colonial bouquet of jellow rose^. Miss Gei trude Sti andfakov, sifter of the bride, served as maH of honor. She wore a floor length gown of nile green taffta stled with strapless bodice of lace and cover-up 3acket. The taffeta skirt had a double net overskirt and her head band A\as of net and taffeta She carried a colonial bouquet ot yellow carnations "Miss Verna Jespersen of Clear Lake, a cousin of the bride and Miss Irma Strandskov. sister of the bride, as bridesmaids wore green and yellow gowns, respectively t styled identically to that of the honor attendant. They carried bouquets of tarnation* in contrasting shades. Miss Karma Strandskov, M^tei of the bride, was junioi brides maid She wore a e:reen floor length gown and earned a colon- --Photo by Logeland lal bouquet of yellow carnations. Miss isarbara Strandskov, small sister of the bride, was flower sfirl She woie a green floor-length taifeta fiock with net overskirt and mat'hins; headband. She carried a white basket decorated 3 ellow ribbons and^ scattered, yel- lov lose petals clown the aisle in the path of the bride. Larry or the bridegroom, "was heÂ«ncr. lie carried the rings- on a. M lute satin hear t shaped Tbe bi Klegi oom. whose best uas his brother. Mr -Russell Haas, n 01 e a navy blue suit. Jair^s and Donald Haas, also tber ushered. The attendants vroi e dark business suits and all had \v lute carnation houtor^iPres. The bride's mother vore a tatfeia dress with black an'I pink aco ssoiiefc. The biidegroom's mother wore a dress in a shade put n]e \\ ith black accessories. Both h?cl ^hite carnation corsages. Mrs Russell Haas had charge oi the sue?t book at the reception. She wore a rose colored taffeta chess "Kith black velvet and net trim Mi^ Cort Bonnesen and 'Mrs Polmei Bonnesen, a^nts of the bride, out th^ four tier Avedding cake, baked and decorated by the bride The i ef re^hneut tables were deioiated ~\uth erieen and yellow streameis and centered \vith a miniature M edding cake flanked with can diet For the pi osram, Mr Robert Mortensen *ang "Bless This House* . V onne Randolph played tvvo accordian solos and to^ close B\ eryone sau^ "Blest Be The Ties'*. !mmÂ°(halelr following, the bride opened the couples many beatuifiil ?Â»fts For her AOiiiic t nvav costume, the bride V ^ O I P a n n \ y h dresÂ«! with red accessories and a coisage of tllow roses The T)i Jde gi aduated from the Elk Horn Inch school, class of 52 She has since been employed at tht* Raymond Thomsen home rho bridegroom sened two years in the arm 1 - and has since been engaged jn fanning. Afiei rt ^hort \\eddms tiip, the ncwi\^eds J i e at home on , milfs south of JacksonMlle.