Kossuth Co. Advance 310Mar 1953
Lutheran the in the week served the Imperial Mrs. Kropf school Hoovfcr, Holden, ppheim, Pedj*r- Chns- Shirley "$• arid,Mrs. Bob his'(experiences itt 'service, experience spent his horrte care for arrived at England, by his Bode, t .He time, country. served Hanson's honored church 22. 4 The Neilsen of Humboldt, and hostesses. piano; solp : voca MyMtf Kay Klfe^iet, Robert Diekmann Are Wed March 21 Rutz, Liyermore: Williams, the Rev: persons'at- Humboldt, LuVerne, and Knudslien, came from honored week Sunday immediate ROods together for a by potluck .was honored evening on her prese'ntec Torgersoi anc Wsryne celebrate.; • • , aecpm- and two ten-dtiy home. of Korea, at an air recently where years, has the army, at Elmore, made visits is a sister Ernest, Jenson. A spring wedding was soletn-! nized Saturday evening, March 21, when Myrn'a Kay, daughter )f Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kiewiet, 3Uffalp Center, and Robert, son of Mr." and/Mrs. Fred Diekmann, Algona, were married at 7:30 p. m. at the sFirst" Baptist church, Buffalo Center. ; ' : : j-.,., The'-Rev. W. Gerthe," pate-tor, read the double ring candlelight ceremony in the presence of relatives^ relatives^ and friends. The altar was,"beautifully decorated with basketybduquets of white gladioli and'^snapdragons ''and green pajms.v''^ i, '. "• ' ."'':"".'-..v.,^' • 'Mrs. Elrrte^r Glawe,^aunt of the groom, played a'program of or- ganmusic preceding the ceremony; ceremony; also' played the traditional wedding'marches. She accompanied accompanied Beverly Wirikjeman, who sang O Perfect Love preceding the ceremony, Because and The Lord's Prayer during the cere? moriy. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white,lace anci nylon.net gown, theVskirt extending extending into, a'full length train 1 . The bodice was of chantilly lace over satin with illusion yoke, lier fingertip fingertip veil of nylon net'and orange orange blossom lace was held with a beaded tiara of rhinestone and pearl. Her jewelry was a pear necklace'and earrings, gift'from the groom. She carried a bouque of white rosesj centered with ar orchid, which she wore as hei going-awa'y corsage; ''•••' The Attendants. Bernice Behrends., friend of tha bride, ovas : maicl w of 'honor, and she wore"a. ; gown of orchid nylon net.-over taffeta witji matching mitts' and: headpiece: '-Jean Beav^ ing," cousin- "of ; the : bride," .and fanice Kiewiet, 'sister of the bride, were bridesmaids. They yore gowns, mitts, and head- neces identical to that of .the iaid "of honor. Each wore a hihestone necklace, gift from he bride, and all cayied colonial Douquets of sweet peas and carnations. carnations. " Johri D.iekraann,-brother" of the Dridegroom, .was best man; Fred mother of the groofn, wore pink hostes,s her home ancl there LeRby En-: Cornwell. was in. on saving The meet- Mrs,' Emma was answered in assisted served 'meeting will Mrs. Henry Diekmann, Jr., brother of the Dridegroom, and Lowell Erdman were g'roornsmen ; Glenn Olson, of Rake, Nyas usher. Tlie bride?s mother chose dress of navy" blue with red and oeige-' accessories; the groom's mother also wore navy blue^, with whi^e aqcegsqries. They wore corsages of /red and pink carnation^ carnation^ respectively. , Mrs, , ., Wm. Kiewiet and Mrs,-. Mary 'Popkfes, grandmothers o£ the bride, and Mrs. KStherine Hansen, grand- carnation corsages. Reception at Church. Following the-ceremony, a reception reception was held-.at 'the church or ISO guests, Mrs." Rbbert Bron- ewee as ^reception -, hostess. A ;hree-tiered.. wedding cake was cut and served 'by Mrs. Glenn Olson, of Rake, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Don Bennett, of Fontanelle, la., aunt of the bride, poured; Mrs. Marvin Carlisle, of Mason City, friend of the bride, was in charge of the guest book; Mrs. LeRoy Fesk, Ruby Frerichs, of Madison, S. D., and Joanne Air berts, Minneapolis, arranged the gifts. Waitresses were Mrs. Lawrence Heyer, Arlene Fries, Mason City, and Elaine .Vessels, of Decprah. They were assisted' by Mrs". Al r fred Yahnke, Mrs. Ed Feldick, Mrs. John Alberts, and Mrs. Car] Jensen. The bride was graduated from the Buffalo Center high school after which she Was employed al the Buffalo Center hospital anc clinic. She is now employed by the Druggists' Mutual Insurance Co., Algona." The groom was graduated from the Wesley high school, after which Jie served two years in the army, one year of which was overseas. He is employed employed at the Swartz Algona Hardware. ~\ For going-away th,e bride'chqse a white and navy linen" dress with navy accessories. After, a wedding trip to southern 1 states^ Mr. .and Mrs. Diekmann will be at their new home at 1221 Commercial street, Algona. Among the Guests. Out-of-town guests at the wedding wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Donald' Lambie, Clear Lake; Mr. ancl Mrs. Wilbur Kiewiet and Sylvia, Elmore; Mr. and,Mrs. Don Bennett and Nancy, Fontanelle; Harm Frerichs and' Ruby, and Mrs. Arnold Frerichs, Madison, S. D.; 'Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Reemstma and Joanne and Calvin Hopson, Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Popkes, Aplington; Aplington; Mr. and ' Mrs. Andrew Erdahl, Mrs. Roy Anderson, Mr. arid Mrs. Glenn Olson, Mrs. Edith Engleby and Harvey, Rake. Joanne Alberts, Minneapolis; Ethel Welckle, Owatonna; Mr. and , Mrs. Wally Jurgens, St. James, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 'Dirks and Berdine, Holland, Slawe, Janice dprwith: cprah; Sernice Lowell A/1C John Antonio, Tex.; Gade, Mrs. Lenz, Haflan Wm. Dau Steen, Ames. NEEDS BURTON County John A. that Kossuth spybean seed germination ahead He reports tests on at the Iowa Testing disappointing cases. On third of year have percent — about the for acceptable Much of excellent put. But it injury occurred as ng and lad low the fall Burton .o gamble stand on seed. And ooints put. lege testing late winter clover service on grower can results after the laboratory. It's soybean sample whole see.d Burton suggests from many mixing and taking 'ture for Containers the information obtained at Algona. . TOO la.; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Carlisle and Arlene Fries, Mason Ci^y,' Mr. and Mrs. Verri Borrhann, Mr. ancl Mrs. Wayne Gqide, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dogotch, ,Ji'. Whitteijiore; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer FOR SALE modern and up; tiomes, fine building See Joel WANTED George's Iowa. See 724 in * X: v FORT apartment, entrance.