The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 3, 1958 · Page 7
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 7

Austin, Minnesota
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Wednesday, December 3, 1958
Page 7
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Pauline Smith and Ronald Engelby Exchange Vows at Hayfield Church Miss Pauline Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, Mayfield, and Ronald Engelby^ son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby, Sargeant, were married Sunday. • The Rev. George K. Ktuber performed the candlelight ceremony at 8 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church, Hayfield. Mrs. Glenn Bakke was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd Kruger. Con- hie and Richard Smith, sister and brother of the bride, lighted the candles. A waltz-length gown of nylon lace over satin was worn by the bride, given in marriage by her father. She carried a cascade bouquet of feathered mums and red roses. Miss Elaine Kitzman was maid of honor wearing a sheath gown of red velvet. As bridesmaid, Miss Gayle Smith, sister of the bride, wore a gown Identical to that of Miss Kitzman. Each carried a white velvet muff with red roses and feather mums. Frank Lake was bestman and Larry Smith, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Ushers were Dar- rel Janes and Carlyle .Engelby, uncle of the groom. Mrs. Smith wore a sapphire blue dress and the groom's mother was a"ttired in- a navy blue dress. Their corsages were of pink roses. About 200 guests attended the reception held in the Pine Room of the church. Mrs. Percy Janes was hostess. Mrs. Alvin Thompson and Mrs. Otto Ruhter poured as refreshments were served by Miss Mary Jo Freese, Miss Mary Lo u Weber, Miss Diane Schmeling, Miss Karen Stark, Miss Karen Gasner, Miss Sharon Jacobson. Miss Mary Smith was in charge of the guest book and Miss Marilyn Givedalen, Miss Carol Sinell, Miss Barbara Helmen and Miss Sharon Merxner display ed the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Engelby left on a trip to southern Iowa. For travel, the bride wore a white chemise jumper with red and white accessories and corsage of red roses and white feathered mums. Mrs. Engelby is a graduate of Hayfield High School and the groom was graduated from Austin High School, JUST IN TIME FOR GIVING! FULL FASHIONED SHETLAND SWEATERS 5 85 A 6 85 tegulorly 8.95 each YOU SAVE at least 2.10 ••ported genuine ihctiand wool tn popular crew week pullover or fan button cardigan styles . . , Heather grey, coca brown, red, powder or ttaiM. Sizes 36 to 40. AN EXCEPTIONAL GIFT! SKINNY PANTS Regulariy 7.95 & 8.95 YOU SAVE at least 2.10 Slim, trim and tapered is fashion's newest pant look. Select for yourself, or for giving, in plaid or •olid in either wathable woaJ or menswear. &*•$ 10 to 16. NOW AT HOME — Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Gerhart Jr. who were married Nov. 22, are at home at 1004 W. College, Apartment 6, following a trip through Wisconsin. The wedding took place at Queen of Angels Church. The bride is the former Dorothy Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bent Christensen, Austin Acres, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Edward Gerhart Sr., 1007 S. River. hristmas Party for Cotillion Club The Cotillion Club held its Christmas dinner dance Monday ivening at the Elks Club. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spahn were chairmen, assisted by Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Pint, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Golden, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thompson. Following dinner, members danced to the music of the Dixieland- ers. The next party will be in February. your haif rastyled it leail on<M a year helps to keep you looking chic, ft need not be a drastic Change but it should be AUSTIN (Minn.) HERAlD _ Wddnatday, Dae. 3,1958 I 7 enough to keep you m tempo with fashion. Uflwork in marvln't . . . LOLLI-TARDS MARVIN'S <n Z I oa,ton every roving eye attend the A. 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