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About Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1945)
Becomes Bride at
All Saintts Episcopal church was
the scene of a beautiful wedding
Monday morning when Frances)
Wilkinson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Wilkinson was united in
marriage to Walter Oslund, United
States Army. The double ring cere
mony was used with Rev. Neville
Baskets of pink and white gladi
oli marked an aisle up to the altar
before which the vows were ex
changed. Lighted candles and white
gladioli gleamed upon the altar.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father and attended ley her sis
tpr. Shirlev, was attractive in a soft
green dressmaker suit with black
She carried a white
prayer book and wore a corsage of
An army friend of the groom,
Captain Hackwood, acted as best
man and Alex Thompson ushered.
Wedding music was played by Mrs
Blunt and Mrs. Ture Peterson sang
"Oh Perfect Love.
The bride was a member of the
class of 1945 at Oregon State col
lefe where she was affiliated with
Delta Delta Delta, She grew to
vounff womanhood in Heppner be-
inff a graduate of the local high
Captain Oslund has' but recently
returned from 18 months active
service in Italy. He is a graduate
of the University of Nebraska and
' was a member of Sigma Phi kpsi-
lon fraternity on the campus. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Os-
innH nf Chevenne. Wyo.
Following the ceremony friends
crPPtpd the newlv wedded couple in
c;Ki,1o nf the church from
Whence thev went to the Lucas
pi, fnr a wedding breakfast
taVupVi was served to 30 guests.
Out of town guests attending
the nine o'clock wedding were the
Mr. and Mrs, Emil
nclnnd. Cantain.and Mrs. Hack
wood of LaFayette Calif.; Fred Ball,
nf Fossil, grandfather of the bride;
Miss Jessie Durston, Portland; Miss
Wowiot .TnspDh of Corona, Calif.,
and Richard Praenneke, CM2c from
Following a honeymoon in' Cali
fornia he voung coupl will go on
to Alabama where Captain Oslund
has to report for further asignment
Heppner Gazette Times, September 13, 1945 5
Nuptials Event of
In the presence of their immedi
ate families, Miss Colleen Kilkenny
and Donald Greenup were united
in marriage at St. Peter's Catholic
church at 8 o'clock Monday morn
ing with Rev.' Francis McCormick
officiating. Mrs. Dene Laughlin,
cic-tpr nf t.ho bride was matron of
honor and Joe Farley was best man.
Following the ceremony the bridal
party were served breakfast at tne
omrfmont nf Mrs. .Laughlin and
then the voung couple left for
short wedding trip after which they
will return to Heppner to make
the Hinton creek
TVip bride is the younger daugh
ter of the late John Kilkenny and
Mrs. Kilkenny. She is a graduate ot
HeDDner high school and was queen
of this fall's rodeo where this past
week end she and her attendants
made a graceful picture.
For her wedding the bride chose
a yellow suit with brown accessor
ies and wore a corsage of white car
nations. Mrs. Laughlin wore a
brown suit with a corsage of cop-
The groom is the son of Mr. andJ
Mrs. Price Greenup ot wu.
u0n cloved on the Kilkenny
ranch but has orders to report at
Fort Lewis for inaucuon -
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Donald E. Turner
Claims Bride in
A wedding of interest to Heppner
people was solemnized at four
o clock p. m. Wednesday, Sept. 12,
in the chapel of Trinity Episcopal
church in Portland when Miss
Janet Bell Roberts of Portland be
came the bride of Donald E. Turner
of Heppner. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. L. E. Kempton,
rector of Trinity church, and was
witnessed by relatives of the con
tracting parties. A: reception was
held immediately following . the
ceremony, after which the couple
left for a wedding trip to coast
points. They will make their home
in Eugene where both are students
at the Univerity of Oregon.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Lulu Roberts of Portland and the
groom is a native Heppner ,boy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Turner.
Mrs. Turner will complete her
course at the university with the
class of 1946, while her husband
has two more years at the law
Relatives attending the wedding
from Heppner were Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Turner and daughter Jean, Mr. and
Mrs. R. B. Ferguson and daughter
Marylou, who was maid of honor,
Mr. and Mrs. James Valentine and
Mrs. C. C. Dunham.
star reporter is sojourning in the
city for a few days. She'll be back
on the job Monday.
Interested spectators at the Hep
pner Rodeo were Fay Legrow of
Athna, presidnt of the Pndleton
Round-up, and Fay Hodges, man
ager of Happy Canyon, big night
show of the Round-up.
r i . i . if
oeiect choice staple roods
vegetables from our stocks and
school atje children the needed vitality for
doing topnctch work.
The reason for our shortage in
personals this week is because our'
r dl " : .nt.lv received
N. Kir. ""r ' w
crash iust ' - '
vj many friends nere
ss' of their only son,
woiu niipd in a plane
t LTore V-J day. V
had manL "Z Tdeeply regret bis
younger set w
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