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Marshfield News-Herald from Marshfield, Wisconsin • 13

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NEWS-HERALD. Marshfield. Wis. Wednesday, Feb. 22, 1950 Pace 13 Patricia Polster Weds Robert Bauer in Rites at Stratford Paris.

t- i They will reside at 801 S. Cherry street. Marshfield, where the groom is employed at the Hub City Jobbing Co. Out-of-town guests present included Mr. and Mrs.

Alwyne Fen-cher; Neillsville; Mrs. Bray, Neills-ville: Mrs. Wiliam Roohr. Marsh Tyrone Powers Expect October Stork Visit Hollywood The travef-ing Tyrone Powers are expecting St. Joseph's Catholic Church, sweetheart neckline.

The top of Stratford, was the setting Satur-'tne yke ws finished with a field; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Franken. a ay morning, Feb. 18, for uu-upCU4r Bouquet of Roses Park Falls; Mr.

and Mrs. Louis i Ludwig, Stetsonville, and Mr. and i Mrs. C. F.

Brunner, Curtiss. marriage of Miss Patricia Pointer, daughter of Mr. and Mrj. Laurence Polster, Stratford, to Robert H. Eauer.

son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bauer, route 3, fe.f;'-&. FIRST cm oS jolty Time Pop Corn ffwn umtt grwcf mi 4rhrKMi pop cm rt yro, Set bvfc taf reopc lo bet pop ctw klf and (irntl ec a baby in October. "We both want children," a studio spokesman quoted the ac- tor.

We're very happy about it." Power and his wife. Linda; Christian, were married In Jan-; uary, 1949, in Italy. Last Septem- ber she lost an unborn child in 1 Her finger-tip veil of laced edged illusion fell from a headdress embroidered with silver and white beads. Satin ribbon streamers holding sprays of Celebrations of Halloween are 4 Marshfield believed to be derived from cer-j emonies of the Druids. I Kenneth Roohrs Will Reside in Marshfield Miss Lorna Lou Obemberger, daughter cf Mr.

and Mrs. George Obemberger, Owen, and Kenneth Lee Roohr, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Roohr, Owen, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Katherine's Episcopal Church at Owen.

The Rev. K. O. Crosby officiated at the ceremony. Attending the couple were the bride's cousins.

Miss Marianne Ludwig of StetsonviHe, and Miss Jeanne Brunner, the groom's brother, Gerald Roohr, and Russell Phillips. Bride Wears Suit Ttie bride wore a beige suit with brown accessories, accented with a corsage of yellow carnations and white gardenias. Miss Ludwig wore a brown sharkskin suit with cocoa brown accessot- t. The Anthony Fischer per -I tlVLf f. her rmed the 9 o'clock double rin3 1 "f.of yellow fnd 'hlte form es which centered with WH(To YELLOW VP" I was an! ceremony Given in marriage by her fa ther, the bride was attired in a heavy white satin gown designed with long, fitted sleeves that came to pomts over the wrists orchid.

Attending her as maid of hon or was Miss Dorothy Weigel, Milwaukee, who wore a gold-col-j ored taffeta gown made with a full skirt. a.nd a lace yoke which 1 and a full skirt that terminat in alontrain. The sheer ny-1 hoYldLrs and ill i i if i s. i i i ri mm i nn nir i a ah to the waistline in back. The en (VflINi ion yoke of the bodice wa3 accented with a beaded applique flower design which formed a Ar Kohl' tire yoke was outlined with a wide, lace trimmed ruffle.

Bridesmaids included Miss Jeanette Bauer, sister ol the (LaMere Photo) JlliHIHiillilli: it llitlllii iillllt CELEBRATES 88TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Emma Roehrborn, who makes her home with her son. Ervin Roehrborn, Fourth street, quietly celebrated her 88th birthday anniversary yesterday. Mrs. Roehrborn and her husband, the late Theodore Roehrborn, resided for more than half a century on a farm in the Town of McMillan.

Invitation To Flattery groom, and Misses Lois and Ly las Grossbier. all of Marshfield. jThey selected gowns of similar design to the maid of honor's in aqua, orchid, and fuchsia, re-, spectively. The bridal attendants completed their ensembles with 'matching gloves and sweet-: Pioneer Woman Observes 88th Birthday Anniversary. Feb.

20 ft- George Roehrborn, route 4, and Elmer Roehrborn, route 3, Marshfield: Mrs. Ernest Colvm, Raymond, and Mrs. Thom Mrs. Emma Roehrborn. who celebrated her bbth 8irthday Monday, went about her daily schedule as usual doing fancy-work, piecing quilts, and reading her Bible.

However, the day proved to be just a little busier than usual, what with numerous w. as Bailey, Cathfield, Minn. There are 33 grandchildren. Likes to Reminisce Mrs. Roehrborn likes to visit muhib I and is especially fond of telling her early experiences when she first settled in the Town of Mc birthday greeting cards to look over and many attractive gifts to open! Since the death of her husband.

Theodore Roehrborn, six years Millan in her young womanhood. One of her most vivid recollections is of the Indian women who used to come to the Roehrborn home to trade venison for pork She also recalls how she used to follow a trail along the banks of WE HAVE IT IN GREEN coif NAVY BLUE calf the Little Eau Pleine River through virgin timber to McMillan, a little sawmill town, a dis tance of about three miles to pur lint' 4 -r- iTl V- -(S2 (Lukowicz Studio, Colby) Mrs. Kenneth L. Roohr ago, she has been making her home with her son, Ervin Roehrborn, W. Fourth street.

Prior to that time she lived on a farm in Marathon County, Town of McMillan, which her husband purchased about 1888. The land was acquired a few years after they came here from Sheboygan, the birthplace of the couple. Had 8 Children Eight children were born to them, the eldest of whom, Mrs. Carrie Zempke. died" in Wausau in 1919.

Members of the family include Roy and Ervin Roehrborn and Mrs. Rose Jehle, Marshfield, ies, and Miss Brunner's suit was grey with green accessories. Both as seen in Vcgut wore corsages of white carnations. chase groceries. Celebrate in Evening This year Mrs.

Roehrborn spent the day at home and in the evening was accompanied to the home of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kosharek, S. Apple street, for dinner; later relatives and friends gathered to help celebrate the occasion. The highlight of the evening was looking at reels of motion pictures taken several years ago The groom's mother was pres 77 v- ent in a navy blue striped dress with white carnations, and the bride's mother wore a maroon dress with a corsage of white Hail the little spec wonder value wonder at this modest Voting price.

beautifully fitting pump with walled toetall fieet, qqc new wafer platform, and in wonderful spring-planning colors! (John Keel, Photographer) Mrs. Robert II. Bauer heart-shaped bouquets of yellow and white carnations tied with white satin ribbons. Nancy Polster. in a white taffeta gown also designed like the maid of honor's, served her sister as flower girl.

Dainty sprays of sweet peas marked where her carnations. A reception was held at the home of the bride with 50 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roehrborn at their farm home. A lunch capped the day's present.

,3 To Live In Marshfield Both the bride and groom are full skirt was caught up in several places. Her bouquet was graduates of Owen High School. Use for Coffee Grounds Coffee grounds make a good sweeping compound for concrete floors. composed of yellow roses, white sweet peas, and asters surrounding a pink orchid. Harvey Polster.

Stratford, the bride's brother, was best man, while Richard and Donald Bauer, the groom's brothers, were the other attendants. Harold Bauer, Arpin, another brother of the groom, and Roland Krisch, Stratford, acted as ush DOUftLE-OUTY '4 Semi-Annual Layaway Plan NOSI DtO If l7S38tR7m THRU FEB. 28 ONLY ers. Following the ceremony a (VAIN! SUITS breakfast was served to the bridal party in St. Joseph's school hall.

Dinner and supper were served in the same place for 200 guests. In the afternoon the young couple greeted friends and Don't delay I At the first warning sniffle or sneeze, put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol in each nos- triL For if used in time, Va-tro-nol lelatives at a reception at the helps prevent many colds from developing. Relieves head cold distress fast. Try It! Follow directions In package. home of the bride's parents.

Peg Palmer young dresses designed to complement today's hftlf-size figure to make cenerous curves delightfully frnnnir.e. Hill Reside in Marshffeld A dance in the evening at the BETROTHED Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Langjahr. Unity, announce the engagement of their daughter.

Miss Irene Langjahr, to Alvin G. Edblom, An April wedding has been planned. mens uA-7no-noi Country Ballroom, with music by Frankie's Melodians, brought the day's festivities to a close. 8.95 From Mrs. Bauer, who attended school in Stratford, is employed by the Albert H.

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Out-of-town guests at the wed ding came from Milladore, Blen I ker, Menasha, Wisconsin Rapids "HERE IS EXCITING NEWS" our delightful Hewitt. Arpin, Rozellville. Wan-' sau. Theresa. Appleton, Auburn-' Marshfleld.

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