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Page 4E EUGENE REGISTER-GUARD, Sunday, Oct. 27, 1963 1' 'j Huff-Schauble Miss Susanne Marie Schauble carried her great grandmother's Bible when she was married to Bennett Richard Huff in a recent ceremony in First Methodist Church at Mcd-ford. Miss Schauble is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schauble of Sandy Cove and Mr.

Huff is the son of Harley W. Huff of Springfield and the late Mrs. Huff. The bride chose a sheath gown of white taffeta trimmed in Alencon lace and designed with sabrina neckline, long sleeves and skirt with chapel train. She carried a white orchid and carnations with ribbon streamers.

Miss Mary Susan Knotts was the bride's only attendant wearing a beige and gold sheath dress with beige net hat and carrying a bouquet of pink carnations. Miss Lola Ackerman was soloist, singing before the ceremony. Best man was John Humphrey. A reception followed at the church where guests included the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Ora Carter of Lowell.

The couple is at home at Springfield, following a wedding trip to the coast and into Canada. Wakeley-Cantrell A family keepsake, a cameo brooch, was worn by Miss Linda Cantrcll with her bridal attire when she was married to Richard R. Wakelcy Jr. The brooch was a gift to the bride's grandmother, Mrs. J.

W. Robinson, from her husband on their wedding day. Miss Cantrcll is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cantrcll of Eugene and the bridegroom is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Richard R. Wakelcy of Corvallis. The wedding took place Oct. 6 in the home of the bride's parents, with the Rev.

A. T. Hanson of First Methodist Church, Eugene, officiating. Baskets of white chrysanthemums were used in decorations. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white satin featuring a bell-shaped skirt and panel which fell from the neckline to form a chapel train.

She carried a bouquet of white carnations and her veil was held by a wreath of net leaves trimmed with pearls. Miss Trudy Cantrell was her sister's attendant. She wore a dress of beige silk shantung with matching bolero jacket and corsage of red carnations. Philip Backman was best man. At the reception following, Mrs.

Carl Hensen and Mrs, Richard Barnard cut the cake, Mrs. T. H. Montgomery poured coffee and Mrs. H.

C. Allen of Raymond, aunt of the bride, served punch. Miss Donna Collins kept the guest book. Following a wedding trip to the Hood River Valley, the couple is at home at 2796 Portland Eugene. The bridegroom is with the U.S.

Forest Service. PC fLi if i I'i (ft MRS. BERNARD HUFF (Newman photo) MRS. RICHARD WAKELEY JR. MRS.

ERNEST JAGER Jager-Lee Miss Tamara Kae Lee carried in her bridal bouquet a keepsake handkerchief when she was married Oct. 5 to Ernest A. Jagcr. The memento was carried by the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Christine Jacob-sen of Junction City, at her wedding 65 years ago.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil J. Lee of Wcnatchee, Wash. Parents of the groom are Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur G. Jager of Junction City. The Rev. Richard G.

Tuttle, pastor, read the service in First Methodist Church at Wcnatchee. The bride wore a floor-length sheath gown of ivory satin with full chapel train and detachable obi with panels falling over the shoulders. A crown of pearls and brilliants held her shoulder-length veil and she carried ivory roses centered with a gold orchid. Her necklace, a cross set with diamonds, was a gift of the groom. Mrs.

Jack Dauzenroth of Seattle was matron of honor and Miss Carol Lee was bridesmaid for her sister. They wore emerald green brocaded satin dresses and carried gold and bronze chrysanthemums. Connie Jo Recms was flower girl and Larry Lee was ringhearer. Jack Dauzenroth was best man and ushers were Ray Eastman, Keith Lee, and Dale Lee. Among those assisting at the reception following in the church was Mrs.

Ralph Perrin of Bakcrsfield, sister of the groom. The couple is at home in East Wcnatchee where Mr. Jagcr is with the U. S. Soil Conservation Service.

Sien-Danielson Marriage vows were exchanged Oct. 8 by Miss Susan Lee Daniclson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daniclson, and Howard A. Sien son of Mr.

and Mrs. Howard Sien, in a double-ring ceremony. The wedding took place in the Rhoda McNutt room of First Baptist Church, with the Rev. Lester H. Allison, associate pastor, officiating.

The bride wore a lavender dress of mohair, and a white velvet crown hat with veil and white accessories. Her flowers were a while orchid with carnations and lavender streamers. Miss Peggy Coats of Bend was the bride's only attendant. She was attired in a wool beige dress with pink veiled hat and carried lavender chrysanthemums tied with pink ribbon. David Jessen was best man.

Mr. Daniclson, father of the bride, was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Lester Allison. Mrs. Allison was in charge of the reception which followed at the church and cut the wedding cake, assisted by Mrs.

Don Rey. nolds, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Richard Bolls, sister of the groom, poured coffee and Miss Carol Daniclson, sister of the bride, served punch. Miss Mary Lou and Miss Becky Daniclson, sisters of the bride, were in charge of the guest book and gifts.

The couple now is at home at 155 Kourt Eugene. i Dornbecker-James A cameo pin belonging to her great-aunt was worn with bridal dress by Miss Sandra Kay Jamca at her marriage Oct. 1 to Louis Clifton Dornbecker in Memorial Community Church at Blachly. The Rev. Gene Hovee, pastor, officiated.

The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold James of Horton and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dornbecker of Cheshire.

A full-length sown of floral Rochclle lace with sequin-trimmed scalloped neckline was chosen by the bride. Tulle inserts and lace ruffles adorned the skirt. She wore a fingertip veil held by a crown of pearls and carried i bouquet of white carnations and pink rosebuds. Mrs. Richard Baker of Twenty-nine Palms, attended tho bride, wearing a sheath dress in cream brocade and carrying pink-tipped white chrysanthemums.

Paul May was best man. Guests were seated by the Misses Patti and Lois Dornbecker, sisters of the groom. Mrs. Bruce Baker and Patrick Hamper were soloists. A reception followed at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr.

and Mrs. Allard James. Assisting were Mrs. E. Guthrie, grandmother of the bride, Mrs.

Lawrence Dornbecker, grandmother of the groom, Mrs. Gam James, Mrs. Fred Baldwin, and Miss Luana Dodge. The groom, a private in the U. S.

Army, now is stationed at Ft. Hood, for training. His bride will join him when ho receives a permanent assignment. 1 5 I it -A mM (Mann Flint photo) MRS. HOWARD SIEN MRS.

LOUIS DORNBECKER Judge Reads Service Bridal Vows Pledged Here Engagements Mrs. William F. Frye was In a double-ring ceremony -t-jL- Now at home in Eugene are Mr, and Mrs. Barl Arlo Thompson who were married here Oct 19. The bride Is the former Miss Marilyn Dianne Krysl, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Richard Krysl of Eugene. District Judge William A. Beckett performed the ceremony in his chambers. Serving as witnesses were the hridegroom's mother and stepfather, Mr.

and Mrs. Merle Trout of Kenton, Wash. The bride wore a gold wool heath dress with a corsage of Talisman roses for the ceremony and the informal reception which followed at the home of her parents. At that time the bride's aunt, Mrs. Selby Lcep of Rose-burg, and Mrs.

David Rawlin-son of Eugene cut and served the wedding cake and punch. Chrysanthemums in fall shades decorated tho serving tablo which was centered by the wedding cake. Special guests were tho bride's grandmother, Mrs. Mamie Petersen of Hosebtirg, and the groom's grandmother, Mrs. C.

A. Ferris of Hosebtirg. The bride is a senior at University of Oregon. Tho groom is now a fifth year student in architecture at the university. the only attendant.

Her dress was of apple green silk with a tunic and she wore a matching cage veil and carried yellow and rust-colored chrysanthemums. James Van Buskirk was best man. At the champagne reception which followed. Miss Leigh Ann Poole served the cake and Miss Diane Lynn Poole assisted about the room. For their wedding trip to Las Vegas, Mrs.

Stromberg wore a navy blue Chanel suit with white trim and navy blue accessories. The couple is at home at 3955 High St. The bridegroom is assistant professor of mathematics at University of Oregon. Oct. 12 in First Congregational Church, Mrs.

Donna Leigh Poole became the bride of Karl Robert Stromberg. Both arc of Eugene. The bride is the daughter of A. David Parks of Seattle and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Emil Stromberg of Sandy. The Rev. Peter R. Sherman, an ordained Congregational minister now teaching at University of Oregon read the ceremony in a setting of candles and full flowers. A street-length A line dress of heavy, rust-colored satin was chosen by the bride.

She wore a bronze-colored cage veil and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses and yellow chrysanthemums. Engebretsen-Craig Mr. and Mrs. John A. Engebretscn of Bend announce the engagement of their daughter, Jeanne, of Eugene, to James R.

Craig of Portland, formerly of Eugene. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig of Klamath Falls. The couple will be married Dec.

28 at Bend. Miss Engebretscn, a graduate of Bend High School, attended Southern Oregon College. She has been employed by Bronson Travel Agency. Her fiance was graduated from Klamath Falls schools, and from University of Oregon in 1958 with degree in business administration. He was affiliated with Sigma Phi Epsi-Ion.

He now is district sales manager for Equitable Life Insurance Co. 'I IKcnnell-Ellll photo) (Bachrach photo) Vows Said at Yachats Madsen-Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Soren Madsen of Junction City have announced the engagement of their daughter, Janice Gayle, to John P. Kelly, son of Mrs.

Helen Kelly of Rye, N. and the late 0. J. Kelly. A February wedding is planned.

Miss Madsen, a graduate of Junction City High School, Oregon State University and Tobe-Coburn School for Fashion Careers, is now employed by the McCall Corporation in New York City. Her fiance is a graduate of the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N. and attended University of Georgia.

He served in the U. S. Navy and is a lieutenant commander in the Naval Reserve. He is on the engineering staff of the New York division of the Factory Mutual Association. Still-Summers Mr.

and Mrs. Cole Still of rrineville announce the engagement of their daughter, Connie Sue, to David L. Summers of Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C.

Summers of Eugene. Miss Still was graduated from Crook County High School in Prineville and attended University of Oregon and Eugene Business College. She now is employed as a secretary for United States National Bank of Portland. Prineville Branch. Mr.

Summers, a graduate of South Eugene High School in 1958, now is employed by S. C. Summers and Sons, masonry contractors. Home Rites Wed Couple Jj iv i Ziegler-Woodson The engagement of Miss Sue Ann Zieg-ler, daughter of Paul Zicgler of Pinedale, to Darrcll D. Woodson, son of Mr, and Mrs.

J. Earl Woodson of Cottngc Grove, is 'announced. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Zicgler is a junior at University of Oregon, majoring in history. She is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.

Her fiance will be graduated in Dccemebr from North Pacific Medical and Dental School in Portland, and also is currently cm ployed by Safeway Stores. Gary Wolfe of Vancouver, formerly of Eugene, was best man. Following the ceremony, there was a small reception at the home of the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Mclvin Mather, just north of Yachats. Those serving were Mrs.

Leonard Prince of Beav-rrton and Mrs. P. L. Seott of Portland. Miss Nancy Woodward had the guest book.

Following a honeymoon on the Oregon coast, the couple is at home In Eugene at 1840 E. 17th Ave. The bridegroom is a senior at University of Oregon, where he is majoring in business administration. He is vico president of Chi Psi fraternity and a member of the U.S. Const Guard A simple ceremony in the Little Log Church by the Sea at Yachats on Oct.

11 married Mrs. Lynda Kay Hemphill of Eugene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Taiil N. Raybourn of Kugenc, and Douglas Wayne Brown, son of Mrs.

Tommy Williams of Eugene. The Rev. Robert Dean, Presbyterian minister and pastor of the church, read tho double-ring icrvice at p.m. The brido wore a wool suit In teal blue with a brown hat and shoes. Her flowers were a cascado bouquet of white chrysanthemums and Talisman roses.

Miss llayna Raybourn was her sister's bridesmaid, wearing a gold suit and matching gold hat. She carried yellow and bronze chrysanthemums. and navy blue trim, a hat of navy blue and red patent accessories. Her bouquet was of white orchids and red roses. Miss Karen A.

Brown was the bride's attendants, wearing navy blue wool with matching hat and carrying white gladiolus and red roses. Richard D. Murphy was best man. A reception followed at the Holt home, where Mrs. Holt cut the cako and Mrs.

Carl A. llorstrup, sister of the groom, poured. Miss Stephanie S. llackett kept the guest book. Following a trip to northern Oregon beaches, the couple is at home at Springfield.

The home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lylc J. Holt, in Salem was the scene of the wedding Oct. 5 of Miss Carol Jo Minnieh and Bobby Charles Alphin.

The brido is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Harkctt of Eugene and the bridegroom is the son of Earl J. Alphin of Springfield and the late Mrs.

Alphin. The Rev. Harold Lyman of Court Street Christian Church in Salem read the double-ring ceremony. The house was decorated in red and white gladiolus and Mrs. Jcrald llolsing was organist.

The bride wore a three-piece white knit suit with red (France photo) (John Pattprfon photo) I III! Pair Makes Canada Trip Carson-Gallagher Dr. and Mrs. Racficld A. Carson of Eugene announce tho engagement of their daughter, Glenda. to John R.

Gallagher, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gallagher, also of Eugene Miss Carson, a graduate of South Eugene High School is attending University Business College. Mr. Gallagher, a St.

Francis High School graduate, is in the S. Air Force, stationed at McChord AFB in Washington. The wedding date has not been set. A. Minnesota Pairs Home Following a wedding trip (Betu Studio photo) (John Patterson photo) Smith-James Mr.

and Mrs. Ivan J. Smith announce the engagement of their daughter, Elaine Marie, to Gerald F. James, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Cecil F. James. Both families arc of Eugene. A spring wedding is planned. Miss Smith, a 1962 graduate of North Eugene High School, is a sophomore at University of Oregon and is employed in Eugene.

Her fiance, a 1957 graduate of Springfield High School, attended Cascade College in Portland and is employed by REA Express. Deles-Dernier -Busby Mr. and Mrs. F. Deles-Dernier of Eugene announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia, to Richard T.

Busby of Springfield, son of Mrs. Lilla I. Busby and the late Talbert Busby. An April wedding is Untied. Miw ti Dernier, who is a granddaughter ti XT.

and Mrs. C. W. Robin of Eugene, is a ef North Eugene High School and Rtta4iu Kugenc Beauty College. Mj.

radute of Thurston High SrVwi. tHded University of Oregon and 0 ployd st first Natnal Bank of 4 tea branch. sister, wearing a gold shealh dress with overskirt of faille. She carried gold gladiolus. Thomas E.

Van Tassel was his brother's best man and ushers were Jeffrey Huntley and David Olsen. David Farrs was organist. Assisting at the reception which followed at the home of the bride's parents were Mrs. Emil Strehlow, Mrs. Date Strehlow and Mrs.

Lloyd Crensey, all aunts of tite bride. Miss Connie Strehlow was In charge of gifts nd Mrs. Jerry I'hirru-k kept the guest book. The couple is living at 14(55 llayden Bridge Springfield, and the groom is employed at Kendall Motor Co. In Eugene.

to Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McVcy Van Tassel now arc at home at Springfield. The brido is tho former MiM Joann Joyce Gibson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Maynard Gibson of Springfield. Tarcnts of tho bridegroom aro Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Van Tassel of Eugene.

The ceremony took place in St. Mary's Episcopal Church, with the Rev. William Rees of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church officiating. The brido woro i gown of white, with lace bodice and full-length skirt inset with lace.

Her veil was held by a pearl crown and sho carried a bouquet of white carnations. Miss Donna Jean Gibson waa maid of honor for her and carrying pink roses and white carnations. Robert Hoffman, brother of the bride, was best man and Michael Edwards seated the guests. A reception followed, at which Mrs. Lawrence Jackson and Mrs.

Tom Moore, aunts of the bride, cut the cake. Mrs. Charles Hoffman, another aunt, poured coffee, and Mrs. Claude Fredrick served punch. Mrs.

Lewis Clark cared for gifts and Miss Linda Hoffmaa altMiM the guest book. Following a trie to the roast, the couple is at oi in Osakis, where th gio. is a farmer. At a nuptial Mass In St. Alice Catholic Church Oct.

1, Miss Margaret Ann Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoffman of Goshen, became tho brido of Raymond Lawrence Schluender, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Casper Schluender of Osakis, Minn. Tho Rev. Louis II. Sohlcr officiated.

A street-length gown of white satin brocade, with slightly bouffant skirt, was worn by the bride. A nylon headband with single layer oi net veiling completed her ensemble and she carried pink carnations and steph-notis. Miss Nancy Fredrick! was her coun's only attendant, wearing a pink dress Walker-Cole Mr. and Mrs. Oliver D.

Walker of Eugene announce the engagement of their daughter. Suzanne, to George F. Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F.

Cole, also of Eugene. No date has bec wt it Ike weeding. Mi 'allwr is sradttato ti ttk lakes Xiga A'hl mi Univarsity ri Ova, and mw attndiag Vaivritf of Umluaif. tea kbnirr 6rtMl W. at nlso is friahut of SooS Ea-(ta School, and a tamtf tttphrjvd.

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