The Eugene Guard from Eugene, Oregon on September 19, 1954 · Page 31
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Sally Hayden Is Sunday Bride Here . ..-iinu' rhrvsanlhe Pau;fH as the flower Ce wedding Sept. 12 of l Ann Lard Colburn. The j n. hr dn"rnom is Lr. and Mrs. Howard all ni w r Maier perform- L m double-ring cere- 3CC bUllltt-". ... onun of imported Lce and nylon Utile r.,i!n was made with L boned empress col- i full-lcngin stun nu 9 two-tiered jsiit. ; " fusion veil with a mat-Z Juliet MP trimmed earl5- Jal bouquel was made t orchids and stephan- bride wore crystal I worn by the groom's jtr, and a sift from the t iinrle. Dolmar Crop- , Dmaha. Neb., gave his , iarriase. . gjrolburn. groom s sis-jjiid of honor. She wore , 4 while ropper taffeta, i In copper velvet and jislnle. She carried chrysanthemums and rt( and wore a matching 5iHs were Hiss Nancy . lugene and Miss Betty aon of Orcswell, whose . .nj (lowers were the ie honor maids', iihii-rs were Miss Rnsic i Eugene, and Miss Ev-fcmfca. Porlland, wear-tlridescent taffeta dress- lialching stoics. iKe'j cousin, .loyce Nor-OBiaha, Neb., was flower J ing bearer was Johnny gfs of Eugene. I Bin was Gene McFar- Ballas and ushers were jfeGowan, Pilot Rock, rburne and Milo Grubb, Srvallis, Stanley Blink-rent Cameron, both of if tltarlz sang "The Lord's ."and Miss Constance ulg "Through the Years." A as a duet. "I Love You " lecompanied by Harold ' the organ. tind yellow chrysanlhe-fclosia, oak leaves and it were used to decorate Suzanne Madsen Carries Grandm o th er s Kerchief Miss Suzanne Madsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eggert Madsen of Eugene, was married Sept. 12 at 4 p. m. at Bethesda Lutheran Church to Robert O. Lind-strom of Eureka, Calif. The Rev. lngward Olsen officiated. The bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lindstrom, came from Minneapolis to attend the wedding. The bride's aunt, Mrs. George Langstrom, came from Council Bluffs, Iowa, to make the wed ding gown of white Chantilly lace over pale pink satin. It had a ballerina-length, bouffant skirt and a fitted bodice. The bride's headpiece of lace embroidery and seed pearls held her shoulder-length illusion veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of white gladiolus and stephanotis and a silk handkerchief that was carried by her maternal grandmother at her wedding 70 years ago. Mr. Madsen gave his daughter in marriage. Maid of honor was Miss JUttr-cita (Patty) Pigntt of Seattle. She wore a bouffant ballerina- length dress of dusty pink taffeta with a carnation headpiece and a gladiolus bouquet of a darker pink. The other brides maid was Miss Karen Petersen of Eugene who wore a dress of a deeper shade of pink in the same style. Her flowers and headpiece were of 3 lighter shade of pink. The bride's s e v e n-year-old brother, Eddie, was ring bearer. Rest man was Walter Rcihartz and ushers were Richard and Gordon Berlelscn. Jcne McNecse sang "The Sweetest Story Ever Told" and "For You Alone" accompanied at ine organ oy ntiss .uia LOtt. The church was decorated with white flowers and candles, and green and white variegated ivy. A reception in the parish hall followed the ceremony. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. George Langstrom and Mrs. Allan Grant, poured. Mrs. Alvin Bertelsen and Mrs. Carl Petersen served the cake. The bride wore a charcoal dress with a matching bolero and while hat and gloves for going away. The couple took a wedding trip to Southern California and will be at home in Medford after Oct. 1. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hawley of Oakland, Calif., were among out-of-town guests. 1 It Planned irnero Home IAIpha Chapler of Beta i Phi will have a dessert jilnnday at 8 p.m. at the m 3lrs. Robert. Garncrn, il young Rd. Mrs. Frank 1 be cn-hnstess. tsert will he followed by Ms meeting at 8:30 al tap plans will he made fall rush parly as well budget for the coming IBening's program, "Self' ' will he under the direc t Mrs. Rohert Houg and 1 with happiness through 1 if self and environment. INolph Photo, Wiltshire Knu.) MRS. JAMKS HOWARD COLBUHX (Sally Ann Hayden) wore heirloom crystal heads from her bridegroom's family al her wedding Sept. 12 in Grace Lutheran Church. the church and bronze and yellow chrysanlhemums and dahlias were used for the reception deco rations. A reception at Gerlinger Alumni Hall, University of Oregon cam pus, tollowed Ihe ceremony. Miss Constance Drury poured and Mrs. Perry Walcher served Ihe cake, assisted by Miss Gwen Endicotl. Miss Rosie Lowrance and Miss Evelyn Studcniska. Miss Marian Cass served punch. Miss Palricia Fenley and Miss Winona Fishhack were in charge of gifts and Mrs. Kay ilusgrove had the guest bonk. The bride wore a sea green knit suit with brown accessories and a blond, full-length coat for going away. After a wedding trip to the Oregon coast the couple will be at home at 703 S. 15th St.,' Cor-vnllis, where Ihe bridegroom is a student at Oregon State College. Oiil of-lown guests included the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wiegard, Omaha. Neb. and (hp groom's grandmother, Mrs. Edward Rogers of Porlland Guild Sets Annual Tea Fall activities of Blanche ivtarsiiam isiuio ot ine unildrcns i Hnniial Krhnnl mmII nnnn ,,.;4t- Ihe annual tea at the horhe of Mrs. Elmer Gustafson, 2260 Lin-j coin St., Monday from 2 lo: 4 p.m. Members of the Guild board will he hostesses. All members and their guests have been invited.. ' Mrs. Gilbert Brooks and Mrs. Gustafson will pour. Receiving guests al the door will he the new presidenl, Mrs. C. H. Strong. and the memhership chairman, Mrs. J. L. Perry. Olher hoard memhers serving on committees are Mrs. Dale B. Arnold, vice-president; Mrs. Foster Anderson, secretary; Mrs. F. R. Olds, treasurer; Mrs. Arnold, chairman, Mrs. W. Y. Pfeiffer and Mrs. H. W. Aldrich, co-chairmen, wavs and means committee: Mrs. Nels E. Sandstrom, publicity; Mrs Ralph Kindlcr, round robin: Mrs. F. B. Lamb courtesy; Mrs. D. S. DeRemer, telephone. Mrs. Aid-rich is in charge of decorations for the tea. Of special interest to guild memhers attending the tea will be the display ot the doll and its 50-garment wardrobe ' which is sold each fall for Ihe benefit of the Children's Hospital School. An additional feature is Ihe wardrobe chest, made and contributed each year by Tom Kaarhus, Eugene woodworking craftsman. if f II (kennell-Sllis pholo, WIllAhlre enir.) MRS. ROBERT 0. LINDSTROM (Suzanne Madsen) will be at home in Medford after Oct. 1. The couple was married Sept, 1Z In Bethesda Lutheran Church. (Nol)ih Pholo. Wiltshire Kns.) MRS. WILLIAM F. PllRCKLL (Wilma Woodford), married in a douhle ring ceremony early this month, is at home in Eugene. Morning Musicales Start Third Year Series Oct. 21 Musical Chronologies is the, sic students. Tickets may he theme chosen for the 1954-55, purchased from any Mu Thi Morning Musicales, third annual Alumna or from Jlrs. William I), series sponsored by Eugene Alum-1 Elkins, 1G9 W. 23rd Ave., Fhonc nae Chapter of Mil Phi Epsilov. 5-5295. The lecture-recitals have been miii nipferieh. assistant nro- scheduled for third Thursdays ot October, November and January at 10 a.m. First two programs will be given in the auditorium of the school of music. The third will be in Gerlinger Hall. Proceeds from the ticket sale will go toward music fees of deserving University of Oregon mu- Here for Wedding Dr. and Mrs.' John C. Doyle of Portland, Texas, have come north for the marriage of their daughter, Ann Martin, to Roger Allen Hoerauf, which will take place Thursday, Sept. 23. The ceremony will be at 9 a.m. in St. Alice Catholic Church in Springfield. fessor of music, University of Oregon, will outline Ihe histoiy of B'nai B'rith Women Set Pay Dessert B'nal B'rith Women will have a fund-raising dessert Wednes day at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William Goffe, 2450 Charncltnn St. Mrs. Jack Nudelman will be co-hostess. Cards will follow the dessert. the organ, tha mechanics and music from pre-Rach to contemporary. Mu Phi Epsilon alumnae will illustrate with not only solo organ, but organ and other instruments. Among the performers will he Mrs. Frank Asay, Mrs. Charles Dickson, Mrs. Phil Nord-ling, Mrs. Gilbert Macke, Mi'3. Robert W. Wilson and Miss Virginia Rabick. Faye Knox of Stage Door Stu dio, former teacher ot dance in several Northwest colleges, will discuss dance forms as used in the original and contemporary! styles. A similar comparison will ( he made with the same forms in music. Students from her "Pro-: duction Group" and an instru '. mental ensemble from the alum- nae chapter will illustrate the dances. Herman Gelhausen, associate professor ot voice, University of Oregon, will be commentator in a history of opera up lo the present. Advanced students from the school of music will illustrate the various periods. Register-Guard, Eugene, Ore; Sun., Sept. 19, 1954 3D Double-Ring Rite Weds Local Pair Hiss Wilma Woodford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Woodford was a bride of Sept. S in First Methodist Church, plighting wedding vows with William F. Purcell. He is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Purcell, also of Eugene. The double-ring rile was performed at 8 p.m. by Dr. Rccter V. Johnson, pastor. Jtr. Woodford gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a street-length white embroidered organdy dress with shoulder-length veil held in place with cap of oranga blossoms and pearls. Her flowers were stephanolis and while roses on a white Bible and she wore pearls belonging to her grandmother. Mrs. Duane Simpson was tha bride's only altendant, in slreel-length frock of aqua organdy. She carried a nosegay of white carnations. Donald Sproed was best man. Taslel roses decorated Ihe church parlor for Ihe reception for which music was provided by Miss Carol Jean Docrkscn, pianist. Mrs. V. L. McDanicl cul tha cuke and Mrs. W. E. Hucka poured. Both are sisters of Ihe bride. A younger sister, Carol, had the guest hook. For going away Ihe bride wore a charcoal gray flannel suit with blue accessories. The couple is at home at 1548 Harlow Road. Prior to the wedding several showers honored the bride-to-be. A miscellaneous shower was given Aug. 5 at the home of Mrs. Melvin Martinson with Mrs. Mar tinson and Mrs. John Findlay of Corvallis as hostesses. A laven-der-and-white color scheme was used. Another miscellaneous shower was given Aug. 20 by Mrs. D. T. Williams in her home. The refreshment table was centered with miniature bride standing under a pink umbrella amid streamer! and flowers. Princesses Meet Obsidian Princesses will meet Monday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Florence Fulton, 2310 Floral Hill Drive. Officers will he elected at the business meeting. WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Buy Them at Eugene'l Headquarters Koke-Chapman Co. 73 East Broadway Ph. 5-0103 1 msm Jr. Accent shows you how to get the most for your fashion dollar in these adaptable costume suits. 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