Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, January 01, 1981, Page SIX, Image 6

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    SlX--The Hcppner Gazette-Times. Ileppner. Oregon. Thursday, January I. 19K
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Weddings
Lindstrom - Schimling
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Mr. and Mr$. Lindstrom
li'hra Elizuhfth Schimling Iw-cnme the bride of Stephen
Roy Lindstrom on the afternoon of November 29 in the
MGM Grand Hotel Chapel in Reno, Nevada. Officiating at the .
double-ring ceremony in the presence of many, family ;
members was the Reverend Harry R. McCall. '
Wendy Lou Fnple of Tncoma. Washington, was maid of
honor. She wus attired in an ivory skirt with mauve blouxe
and carried three long -stemmed red roses. Richard L. Hynd )
of Tulsa. Okluhoma was Ix'st man, Murk SchimlinR. the ,
bride's brother of Tncoma. and Stan Weiper of Clear Lake. .
California, the groom's brother-in-law, were groomsmen, i
Escorted by her father, the bride wore her mother's
wedding dress of 35 years ago, made of white satin and tulle
and trimmed with appliques of lace on the sheer sleeves,
neckline and skirt. Her long veil fell from a crown of lace arid
the same lace formed three tiers of trim the full length of the
veil. She carried an ivory fan with a nosegay of miniature i
mums, roses and baby's breath.
Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Hal Schimling of
Tncoma The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy W.
Lindstrom of lone. Both mothers wore long blue gowns with
white carnation corsages.
After a honeymoon at Lake Talxie. the young couple were
feted at a reception hosted by the groom's parents at the lone
legion Hall, which was beautifully decorated In red am
white and Christmas greens.
Christina Lindstrom of Tacoma, the groom's sister,
greeted guests and tended the guest book Nancy Haugen,
Beaverlon. was in charge of the gift table. ,
Others serving and assisting alout the rooms were Mrs.
June Cruteher of Lake Oswego, and Mrs. Lorene Griffith, the
groom's aunts, Karen Haugen, Pullman, Wash.. Mrs.
Hiirliind Lundell. Boise, Idaho, Mrs. Charles O'Connor. Mrs.
Ouane Higel, Teena Lindstrom, Mrs. Henry Krebs, and Mrs.
1-wis Halvorsen, all of lone and Irene Swannon of Heppner.
The buffet (able was arranged by the Legion Auxiliary.
Special background music was provided by Mrs. Bill
Rietmann. Mrs David Cheney, Mrs. Fred Martin, and Mrs,
Paul Tews
The young couple were also feted at a reception at the
home of the bride's parents in Tacoma
The bride formerly was employed as an appointment
secretary and receptionist for U.S. Representative Norm
Dicks in his Washington DC, office She is now a legal
secretary for the law firm of Gallup and Duggan i
Vancouver. Wash. ,
The bridegroom, a Navy veteran and graduate of Eastern
Oregon State College is executive vice-president of Pacific
Northwest Waterways Association in Vancouver, Wash. He
was formerly manager of the Port of Umatilla.
The couple will reside in Vancouver.
Irrigon Airman promoted to NCO
leadership, human relations,
and NCO responsibilities, be-!
fore being awarded this
status.
Sergeant Conlxiy is a tele
communications center spec
ialist at Mountain Home Air
Force Base, Idaho.
David A. Conboy, son of Mr.
and Mrs Leslie L. Conboy of
Irrigon. has been appointed a
noncommissioned officer
(NCO) in the U.S. Air Force.
The sergeant completed
training in management,
Odd Fello
ws donate
$1,000 in furnishings
Bob Lowe (left) and Al Osmin of the Willow
Lodge No. 66 of the International Order of Odd
Fellows, show furniture donated by the lodge to
furnish the new Pioneer Memorial Hospital
emergency waiting room.
Chairs, drapes, tables and lamps donated by
the lodge cost about $1,000.
The Odd Fellows have done a lot of this kind of
thing in the community, and have had prcious
little recognition for it," said hospital Adminis
trator Lucky Felt, in announcing the donation.