Harold and Elsie's daughter Doris' wedding.
south of Forreslon. double-ring ceremony was Stengel-Heuerman Miss Joan Hcuerman and Jo- seph Stengel were united in mar-l<> riage on Saturday afternoon, April ! 16. at 2 o'clock ij St. James Luth- eran Church, West Grove, 4 miles ; Keni Rev. Harry Feistncr. For her wedding, the bride chose the ! a while walking suit and carried a bouquet of pink and white car- 1 * ..I..., nations. Corsage Of Carnations The maid of honor, Miss Doris | Heuerman, wore a blue walking suit. Her corsage was of pink and best man. Solos were sung and nuptial selections played at the organ, white carnations. Rodney Ruler j The candles'were lighted by Ubben. After Mrs. Stengel is a 1958 graduate toi'™'' Harald Hcucrman of Mohne \ L Mr ' ^ ]it . » **>?** Morns High School, is em- ployed on the farm by his father. aciwarci siengei 01 .MOUIH morns, The newlyweds will make their home in Forreston after a north- ! crn trip. i° f Slockton Hi ? h Sch ° o1 and was » cmployed , )y lhe Frceport i nslu --| ai]ce Co she js t | )e Daughter of '.Mrs. John Hols of Mount Carroll | He is the son of Mr. and Edward Stengel of Mount Morris, ,1