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instructor, at thÂ« two be levels and the E presi at the Bar Wa th Dodg Berth fo In So Hamman Th M. E c of M Fu ha Clu We t: W. En the ge can Bambenek, lapt. Frankard Â·xchange Vows Tail cathedral candles on the at- r and wrought iron standards led with white gladioli, snap, agons and daisies backed with mm and salal foliage made Â« ackground in St. Mary's Catholic lurch Saturday for the wedding Miss Jean Mary Bambenek, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ambenek, 955 W. Mark St., and ames Miles Frankard, Capt., . S. Air Force, son of Mr. and rs. Michael Frankard, Milwau. ee. The Most Rev. Edward A. Filz- erald, D.D., L.L.D., Bishop of 'ie Diocese of Winona, performed le ceremony at 11 a.m. Mrs. ohn J. Hoffman was organist Â«nd Irs. Edward Holz, soloist. A GOWN OF ivery silk mist sty- id with scooped neckline, bodies P of Alencon lace detailed with Â»arls and crystal beads and ac- ented with a flat self bow, and rincess-styled skirt which flowed nto draped pleats at the sides, 'as worn by the bride. Stream- rs at the back caught with crush- d roses, fell to the chapel train. Her French illusion veil was held n place by a queen's crown of earls. The bride carried a cluster f beige pink cimbidium orchids entered with white anthurium and lacked with pale pink maline. Her attendants, gowned alike, vere Mrs. James Jeresek, mat- on of honor, and Mrs. Thomas ladfield, Madison, and Miss Mary "Tankard, Milwaukee, bridesmaids. They wore frocks of copen- lagen blue silk organza fashioned vith brief bolero jackets and bal- erina-length skirls. The crushed rose at the waist vas matched to the flowers used as headdresses. The bridal attendants wore matching slippers and pearl necklaces, gifts of the bride, md carried'crescent garlands of )lue Majestic daisies tied in matching nylon net. RICHARD FRANKARD, Milwaukee, was best man and groomsmen were Thomas Thompson, Milwaukee, and Robert Walsh, Lyn don Station, Wis. James Jeresek and George King ushered. A wedding breakfast was served in the Flamingo Room at the Hotel Winona at 12:30 p.m. and a reception followed from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tall silver vases with pyramid-shaped floral arrangements of pale pink Garnet roses, Carol Amling daisies and eucalyptus greens were decorations. Gar lands of green extended along the center of the bridal fable and pink Carol Amling daisies and huckleberry green encircled the wedding cake. Music was played by a trio from the Henry Burton orchestra. When the couple left on a wedding trip to Chicago, Milwaukee and New Mexico, the bride wore an orchid sheath frock with plait jacket, black patent accessories and while hat. They will be al home at the Walker AFB, Roswell N. M., after June 1. THE B R I D E itttndjd the Col lege of Saint Teresa and Catholic University, Washington, D. C., and has been engaged in social work The bridegroom attended Mar quette University, Milwaukee. The bridal dinner was given bj his parents Friday at Webster's Supper Club following the weddin; rehearsal at the church, flower: centered the table. Prenuptial parties included one given by the Misses Jan Fuehs Mary Lou Anhalt and Mary Alic Mahon at the former's home, luncheon shower by Mrs. C. 0 Walters in the Flamingo Efoom a (he Hotel Winona and a luncheo MRS. JAMES M. FRANKARD before her mtrriaje Saturday morning at St. Mary's Catholic Church wai Miss Jean M. Bambenek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bambenek, 955 W. Mark St. Capt. Frankard, U. S. Air Force, is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Michael Frankard, Milwaukee, Wis. hower at the Winona Country Club it which Mrs. Joseph B. Bambenek md Mrs. James, Jeresek were lostesses. Mrs. Joseph Watkowski ntertained at a tea at her home and Miss Margaret Driscoll was losiess at a dinner at her home. Â· _ife Membership 'ins Presented By Ettrick WMF BLAIR, Wis. (Special) - A life membership program was presented Wednesday afternoon at the Irempealeau Valley Church by the ".adies Aid. Mrs. Clifford Boe and Mrs. Orville Knutson who were in charge of the program participat :d in a reading, "Life Lines." Life membership pins were given By the WMF to Miss Mathilda Thompson, Mrs. Wilmer Johnson, aid Â·president, and the Mmes. Aslak Xvaalseth, Goodwin Christiansen, 3rrin Olson, Thomas Tenneson and Tilman Johnson, past presidents. MRS. BOE was in chirgt of dt- votions. Mrs. Harry Johnson sang. The life histories of three former life membership recipients, Mrs. John Hanson, 81; Mrs. Anna Johnson, 82, and Mrs. Ole Sylfest, 92, all present, were read. Mrs. Sylfest has been a life-long member of Ihe congregation. Corsages were presented to the honored women and Mrs. V. 0, Aaker, the pastor's wife-by Mrs Lawrence Amundson. The honorec guests were seated at a decoratec table. Hostesses were the Mmes. Mor ris Johnson, Dean Sevcrson am Alvin Larson. - Â· Carol Kresbach To Be Married CALEDONIA, Minn. (Suecial)- Mr. and Mrs. John H. Kresbach Austin, Minn., announce the en gagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter, Carol Ann to Dale L. King, son of Mr. am Mrs. James F. King, Caledonia. The wedding will be July 9 a Austin. Both are cmployed'at th Gamble Store, Austin. THC iHO! WITH THf tUWIfUl HI Feels light and cool...goes with everything! . Naturalized straw pump ... what could be cooler and prettier? "Cipelown" 13" Baker's Shoes 123 East Third Phone