Phyllis Bells wedding

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the set of "Louisa" at Universal-International, which will also star Ronald Reagan, Ruth Hussey, Hollywood foto for Mason). PrtylHfMae Bell Is Bride, April 19, At Whittemore Whillemore—In a very attractive wedding in St. Paul's Lutheran church last Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Phyllis Mae Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell, and Harold Kunze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunze, of Ute, Iowa, were united in marriage. The Rev. Paul G. Weinhold performed the double ring ceremony in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore. The bride was beautiful in a white satin gown with lace insets, falling from her waist to a hem-encircling train and long sleeves. Her fingertip veil was caught in a lace-trimmed cap, trimmed in orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white car-t nations, with centers of yellow" sweetheart roses. Her jewelry > consisted of a white pearl necklace with matching earrings, a gift of the groom. Ruth Bell, sister of the bride, attended her sister. Her gown was of lime green marquisette, with matching mitts. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses with tuffs of white satin ribbons. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Henry Kunze, Jr., of Ute. JoAnn Balgeman of Algona, a friend of the bride, sang "O Per- fcct Love" and the "Lord's Prayer." Her gown was of yellow dotted Swiss, and her corsage was of carnations. She was accompanied by Prof. W. G. Erase at the organ. Ushers were Wayne Bell, brother of the bride, and Richard Harms, a friend of the groom. The mothers of the couple wore dark dresses with yellow rose corsages. Mrs. Bertha Carrel, grandmother of the bride, wore a navy blue dress and wore a white gardenia shoulder corsage. Mrs. Rosena Mahler, grandmother of the groom, was unable to attend the wedding because of illness. A reception was held following the ceremony in the auditorium of the Lutheran school, to relatives and friends of the couple. The tables were decorated with flowers, candles, and wedding cake, and color decorations o£ yellow and light green. Table waitresses were Jeanette Vaudt, Dorothy Quinn, Lucille Lauck, Betty Anderson, and Mrs. Harold Wickman. All wore black skirts and white blouses, with white organdy aprons, made by the bride s mother. Donna Jean Balgeman was in charge of the guest book and gifts. The bride attended the Lutheran Parochial school and graduated from Whittemore High school. Upon her graduation she,entered a beauty school in Des Moines and has been employed 'in the State Beauty Shoppe in Algona. The groom is a graduate of the Ute High school and served in the Marine Corps for 3% years. After his discharge from the Marines, he was employed with the Ute State bank In Ute, until coming to Algona where is now district manager of the Crowe Seed Co. They will be at home in Algona after a short honeymoon. ON PLANE , When a big Mars flying boat Crashed end burned near Honolulu recently, Lt. Commander R. T. Jennings, a former Emmetsburg resident, was one of those who escaped. He was a co-pilot. Des «• After May Commercial However, ice may Platform

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  1. The Algona Upper Des Moines,
  2. 25 Apr 1950, Tue,
  3. Page 13

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