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Terry Vatland Wedding
hall im UULUKJ ut,, muuua, ana jerry ........ Neil Vatland, son of Mr. and Mrs ' Curtis Anderson, Mabel, Mrs. Byron Vatland, M a b e l , as host and hostess. Assisting Minn., exchanged marriage at the reception were the Mmes rt and k i who Weds Rose and wrs. i Kop- usher. and Mrs. Sen " Mr. and Mrs. Terry Nei! Vatland (Camera Arl) Vatland-Guenther Vows Said MABEL, Minn. _ Margaret floral pink silk dress. Dacota St., Winona, and Terry an Church, Mabel. , e. , , The Rev. Norman K. Estrem e11 Vatland, Elaine Vatland, Es- officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. (ner Vatland and Norman Faa, . Grant Redwing, Mabel, was or , ae, was or- , e ganist and James Diekson, La Jean Eorsch and Sharon Gnipa, Crescent, Minn., soloist. Richard Wimma; Marcia Stevens, Minne- Meska, Winona, and John Vata PÂ° Iis ; Trix Â« Delaney, Trem- land, Mabel, were candlelight- ers. , ; Teresa Nelson, Canton, . and Lou Ann Brenno, Chery! Mrs. LaDue Vatland, Roches- Lars oDi Linda Vatland, Naydene ter, was matron of honor and Vat 'and and Loretfa Redwing, Miss Pat Meska, Winona, was a11 oÂ£ Mabel. bridesmaid. Following a wedding trip to The gowns of the bride and northern Minnesota the pair will her attendants were made by " la ke their home in Mabel to the bride's grandmothers, Mrs. ' ne summer. """ ""''' Fred Lewis, and great-aunt, Mrs. Amanda Hays. THE BRIDE, escorted to the altar by her grandfather, wore a floor - length gown of white peau de sole styled with a belted empire waist, high wide neckline, bell-shaped sleeves and skirt and chapel train accented with a bow. The sleeves and hem were trimmed with Venetian lace and pearl motifs. A crown of seed pearls and crystals held the bride's bouffant veil of silk illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and ivy. The attendants wore Killarney green crepe floor-length gowns styled with belted empire waists, short sleeves and bell - shaped skirts. Rings of matching material held their tulle veils. They carried colonial bouquets of white carnations. Karen Tust, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Tust Jr., Winona, was flower girl and Kevin Vatland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Vatland, Mabel, was ring bearer. Karen wore a long white peau de soie gown, and circlet of matching material in her hair. Her bouquet was a duplicate in miniature of the bridesmaids. LaDue Vatland, Rochester, and Elaine Vatland, brothers oi the bridegroom, were best man and groomsman, respectively. ("in Â£i uvui-JiuaiJj t tojJt-Li.lv cij, - Michael Meska, Winona, and Lowell Vatlacd, Mabel, brother of the bridegroom, ushered. Jack Vatland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Vatland, was junior sher. The bridegroom's mother wore suit. The grand- mother of the bride chose a church parlors with Mr. and h ,, Groteboer, Rochester, and Low- , of Mabel, and the Misses Couple to Live Glacier National Park, Men- tana, was the destination and Mrs. Patrick Jay Emmons T " when they left Winona June following their marriage at Cathedral of the Sacred Heart. Following their honeymoon, the couple will reside in Newport, E.I., where the bridegroom .will attend Naval Offi- eers School. The bride is the former Patricia Ann Hoeppner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Hoeppner, 203 E. Wabasha Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. William H. Emmons, Minnesota City. The Rev. Msgr. Harold J. Ditlman officiated at the nuptial Mass. Karen Glubka wa s the organist. Francis Guy directed the singing, in which the congregation look part. ESCORTED TO THE ALTAR by her father, the bride was gowned in white silk organdy in an A-line design, with a chapel - length train, S e pearls trimmed the gown's bodice of peau d'ange lace and iv/a bands of lace encircled hemline. Lace accented with seed pearls made the crown holding (he bride's fingertip veil of silk illusion. White roses were circled with white daisies in her colonial bouquet. Her attendants were Miss Jolean Orzechowski, Winona, as maid of honor, and, as bridesmaids, the Misses Kathryn Huelskamp, Rochester, the bridal couple's sisters, Mary Hoeppner, Winona, and Mary Emmons, Minnesota Their costumes were light turquoise A-line gowns with trapeze panels trimmed in matching lace. They carried colonial bouquets of white and turquoise tinted daisies and wore wreaths of English' ivy in hair. ROBERT WALTER, Winona, acted as best man and groomsmen were Peter Uhl, Galesville. Wis., and the bride's brothers band is a graduate of Mabel High School and Winona State . chael a " d , Hoeppner, The bride is a graduate of "i chael T T . ----Winona Senior High School and Â£' n Â° nf ? t ; c Ushers were David is a senior nursing student at Â£ mmons ' Galesville; Thomas Winona State College. Her bus- goeppner Winona, and band is a graduate of MahM Emram ? s . Minnesota City. daughter's e t T . College. He will enter U.S. Army -,,\i Hoeppner Reserve training this summer rt% bn f rC Â°? ^ Wlth bead - L Mr. and Mrs Byron vltland ' , Mrs - EmmM 5 we - The en bv Mrs TlauM MO^ITM Â«,,,! Â· Â° ,,;Â· r -- ! ? Â» Â· Â» Â» * Â· .,m- U i imo. Miss Pat Meska at th P ?r LTM IS 8 ' Wln Â° Da v' Y M in eharge of missj^MesKa at their home, the guest book. Others assist- Millinery Clean-Up HATS 50 and $J97 Values Up to 6.99 Big reduction Summer Dresses