—Hauser Studio MRS. BOLAM) BEi>WAY EDGERTON - Miff Grace Yvonne Johnson, daugtiter of Mr. and Mrs. Odwin B. Johnson. Rte. 1, Edgerton, became the bride of Koland J. Benway, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Benway, Ute. 1, Edgerton. at 8 p.m. Saturday in Central Lutheran Church here, the Rev. J. R. Hestenes officiating. Yellow and white pompons decorated the altar. The birde wore a floor-length^^.^. gown of net over satin skirt with aj net and lace bodice and chief peplum over satin. sleeves were of lace and net. Shei^ wore a waist-length veil and car-l ried a white orchid on a white Bi-' ble. Mr. Johnson gave his daughter in marriage. Janet Furseth was maid of honor, maize gown, waltz- .. „ „ ., Vntth ^«;he Zr^^ 7^""^ r™n T?^ r tHer yellow pompons. June Calder. ^nrt ^T 'ieH n" ^""^ S""'" and carried jKimpons. Allan Kong.slein served as best man. while groomsman was Rollin John.son. brother of the bride. Da- vid Ness, tbe groom 's cousin, and! Clifford John.son, brother of thei bride, were ushers. were Stanley John.son. brother ofj ihe bride, and Jeri-y Buss, the brides cousin. -jO. Mrs. Bernard Johnson presided;day at the organ and accompanied Mj-s. Ronald Olson, who sang "Be- cau.se" and "The Lord's Prayer. A reception for 200 guests was: held in the church parlors. Marthah_ Circle memliers sened. Mrs. Geo. Kiendlie cut the wedding cake! while Mr.s David Davis and Frednck Fuchs poured. When the couple left on a week honevmoon in northern w isconsin and Minnesota, the bride wore a light blue linen box .suit with navy acces.sories. They will live at .312'.2 N. 2nd St.. Edgerton. The bride, an Edgerton High School graduate, is a clerk-typist at the Highway Trailer Co. Mr. B(?nway atiended the school of en- pi.neering al the University of Wisconsin before entering Ihe Naw in, 5rp "o"'u'^'-"""' """r'erf iTiCnnr!!" i^'rinf d;yri^^erof\"brCrL:S:!'H«t eiy Package Manufacturing Co.. Fort Atkinson.