Mary Ann Lunn wedding
Lakula 'Girl Recent Bride Last -.week Saturday evening at 7:30 p. m. in the Methodist I church at Titonka Mary Ann j Lunn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i R u t n ! j i 1 ! 1 i 1 I ' , i i | Walte united Lunn of Lakota, -was j in marriage to Roger i Krominga, of Titonka. ra Peterson and Mildred Kenneth KromingaT son" of ~Mr. i Bernovv of Lakota, had charge and Mrs. Amos Krominga of Ti-i of the & lfts and wel " e also wait- tonka. The Rev. Max Goldman i Besses. Caring for the guest book •oerformed the double ring cere- i wns Diana Krominga. Pholo by Glenn's Studio, j ' i i mony before an altar decorated The bride is a 1956 graduate | with bouquets of flowers and ' of the Lakota high school. The ! with candelabra. There were i groom, who was recently dis- also candles on the pews. charge from the army, is now Paula Buckels, Lakota, played j employed at Ray's Radio shop at the nuptial music and accompa- Lak °ta- j lied the soloist Gwen Biersledt After a week's wedding trip to ! of Lakota. who sane. "We'll Walk ; the Wisconsin Dells fhn rnnnlr-i „ *,~-.~ .„* «,,„*, j_. , w i .., l ,_ v» ». *»*n^l « vir \_\,rk o Wt« lilllllg 111^ lu ' of Lakota, who sang, "We'll Walk i the Wisconsin Dells the couple i yV] f |l £1 OCi T lid TVl P T ftl'H *1 Pl*n V ' »t FI 11 •!-**-». n4- K m-n .-. ?» 4 L. «. A T^ ! er. were .yellow and white carna- The bride's dress was designed | P ost offlce and made by herself. ' It had a ! lace bodice with off the shoulder i cap sleeves, was tight fitted at'| the waist with a billowing skirt i fC* ^i which was of lace part way ! *^ ^ down and the rest a ruffle of i 'N A nylon net. She wore a head j y. ^ ire,>s made of a satin covered i V C) O with lace and lace.cuffed gloves, i lf\> A Her bouquet was a white orchid i r^- with surrounding scattered car- ! ! ;^> f? nations in', a cascade arrange'-j \\z? *s men I. The pearl ear rings .she' J^J ^ were were a gift of the groom, i fK f The. maid of honor, Lavonne •' iv , Lunn, wore a yellow crystalcte i [^ ^ ballerina length dress with a . ,N ( low torso skirt which was also i !,~ J made by the bride. Her flowers [O C will -be at home in the A. 'E. | Anderson apartment over the I Lakota. lions. The groom • was attended by his brother Paul Krominga of Titonka. Ushers were Gene and Russell Krominga both of Ti- lonka. Carol Krictlow, cousin of the bride from Dews, was the flower- girl. She wore a blue nylon dress with matching headdress and had blue and yellow carnation in her basket. Both the mothers jchcse orchid for their dressy and had matching corsages. A reception for" 100 guests was held after the ceremony. Mrs. Lauren Krictlcw of Do'ws. and Lucilc Senenfeldor cf Blue Earth, aunU of the bride, cut the wedding cake and Mrs. Fred Erickson of Algona, poured.