Armstrong Journal: Miss Martha Bunt, of Armstrong, and Arnold A Sorensen, of Ringsteld, were united n marriage Sunday afternoon at 4 'clock. The ceremony was per- •mrch at Ringsted, the Rev. Mr. Kloph officiating. The attendants were Miss Hilda Hesvig and Alvian Glassnap. The wedding party entered entered the church to the music of .ohengrin's wedding march played >y Miss Pearl Christiansen, of Ring- stefl, who also played Mendelssohn's wedding march for the recessional. Mrs. C. M. Thomas sang "I Love Ymi Truly." The bride wore a gown of daytime blue and carried an arm jouquet of roses, carnations, gladioli and baby's breath. The bridesmaid wore a rust colored dress with shouM'er corsage of pink and white flowers. Mrs. Sorenson is a daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bunt and has grown to womanhood in Armstrong. Armstrong. She was graduated from the local Wgh school in 1934, and most of the time since then she has assisted her mother in the home. Mr. Sorensen is a graduate of the Ringstedi school with, the class of 1927 and has been engaged in farming farming near Ringsted. They will reside reside on a farm in that viqiniity. Following Following the ceremony at the church, a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents for the bridal party and immediate families of the bride and groom.