The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 4
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''"''' * : . ' . '. ' ' '\- '" -' *£> fc'M-f* 1 '^'' • I »'* V '' % '- ."-T'V'l "'VV ' "I,'" " - *',' rlJ r .'S^.' ^l^rX'^'-'^*-" *V' « - - "• ' \j^?^-v : .•:'•• ;^-^"'v-v *: ^x^^O'i '"•• '""•"'"-'-" 1 -- '.••'' "«. : --' ye Loss, Robt. Kuhlmann W0dl In March 29 Nuptials , Mrs f fault dronbach w&s ess Wednesday to her Canaan* group, with Mrs Harold Meyer as a guest. At play, high t Mrs Louis Wittt-nburg and low, Mrs Laura Meyer. Mis Mabel- Thompson has returned from a week's visit with her daughter, th* Uiehotas Wolf* family in Fort Dodge. , The Misses Esther" Merkk ane~ , Belly Lou Ratlifl of LeMar&wer* Wednesday and Thursday visitors with the Henry Matty aftd Fred Merklc families,,. Mr and Mrs H. J. Vafi ftauen of Cedar Falls are guests it! the home of their daughter, Supt. and t con'Ma & ..... cent goitre opetalion* Billy Hdf of Lttsr A „ , is visiting Ms JtaieTits, Mr Mrs Edward Hof 6ttd stfttef, ma, the Harold, ~" Edward Hof hospital, Poi*t*L,, observation fltteM Casper Welgfctf Of ^ Minn, came Friday for on ed vlsll with Titt Adam Zwicfel faint Jerald Miller-olj! tfcS M MlfiftJ '' Mrs B. B. Martin. Mrs Martin Fort Dodge, f * visited Tuesda^ <o Thttfsdliy in the Dean Bowmari hom&. " t . ' ^ Laverne Jtefler s underwent Sttf* gery j Monday ai Merty 1 hbSpltrtj Shiron for a lumber patitfltidrt «i|nj her ftlassmateis, Jane Baber and M* and Mrs W«jftteP1$ children of Iowa-,City fce Sunday visitors with his the' Henry Marty family* Mr and Mrs Henry Kut and Mrs Edwin Marty the baptism of CynUifa Kfifi daughter of Mr and Mrs Judeafc Weltha« Sunday at Randall, - . , Mr and Mrs Adam Zwfcifel, Miss Grace Lichty accompanied Mr and Mrs James 2>weifel ra Corwith ,to Chicago Thursday jto visit in the Don and Lee LicMy hom«s, They attended the mar* **: , At a beautiful candlelight cere- jnony in the • First Presbyterian church here. Faye Elizabeth, daughter of Mr and Mrs Casey Boss became the bride of Robert L.' Kuhlmann, son of Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann, The ceremony took * place Easter Sunday, March 29 at' seven o'clock in the evening. ""Rev. M. H. Brower officiated at the double ring ceremony. ; Mrs Vaughn |C, Rising was organist and Tom Hutchison sang, -"Because" and "The Lord's Pray '' 'The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore, a' gown of pandlelight pure silk organza ,over silk taffeta, Styled with -a Mbng torso with -Empire,affect ^achieved through use ,of tiny rtucks at the waistline. Sequins- 'trimmed the Alencon lace band- dng edging the tucked, cumber- bund section. The " '#oWn was • t fU>or length with a veiy full skirt H>f silk organza over taffeta and >Vas fashioned with softly gathei^ •"^d sleeves with elbow guantlets ^•o| silk & a scooped neckline out- \lihed .with .sequin'trimmed lace/ .Her elbowiength veil of Candle'• light imported English bridal 'ftlusion was attached to a head', .piece of pearl and-sequin sprinkled silk j organza. 'l^^The maid of honor was Marilyn ,3 Dvorak, Madison,"-Wisconsin, «ou,km of the bride. 'y,M.Candl6lighters were Dianne -Kuhlmann, sister, of the bridegroom and Wanda Grisham, niece .'of the bridegroom. > • i -i/.Johrt Hilleseth, .Corwith, serv * ed as-. best man. Ushers were 1 Merle' 'Loss, .Dean Robert Loss Clinton Godden and Carl Gris"ham. •" I]-/Following the ceremony, a re' Inception for 250 guests took place ., ;ih the church parlors. Mrs Merle j vLoss* presided at the punch bowl . ^"and , Mrs Pat Montag poured Coffee. Dining room hostesses! ''were Mrs Alwin Huenhold, .'Mrs - r ,?William Finn,' Mrs Ralph Brown 7' J-and Mrs Ed Hough. Mrs Carl f . ^-Grisham served the wedding cake ' ,'aj3d Mimi Wright was in charge 4 bf the ' guest book. • Gifts were '""opened and displayed by Mrs , v 'Alvin Kramer, '.'-Mrs Francis i ; • Bjusti'om, Mrs John Hilleseth and / ; {fJudy Lowman. • • * • • >?VTb.e' bride is a k 1953 graduate ol 1 • '^AJgona high scho61 and has been 1 - .employed at • -the Security State . iBank, , ' ' V*f,;-,The bridegroom attended AL •gona high scho,ol and is a farmer. ' ^' ;The^couple rejturjied Monday "ffrpm a wedding trip to Niagara ;ipf3lls and 'Other eastern points ; i jand yriilj be at home on a farm ,£nfar Ottosen. (Al Missal Foto a ,y'<4JjDM Engraving)' ^ : Algonans Going \j C "^ * fT **' '*"J^ F * i ^^ lijo Sales Session i "*^iFour' Algpna'men, John Hop- -',^j?uis,K?ran«is""MoC6nnell, M. 'L , '} ( pinderWaal and.O. B. Kinden, V ip^n to attend a sales exposition ^/^fponsored by Standard Oil at Der - 1, ''/Moines next "Thursday, April 16 t " p original stage musical anc yo movies will be fea,tured. Ar Sf t $ ^Mstimatedr'^dOp' dealers arid re- s ",, ''''|presentatives'«f the company wil LuYerneMeh Begin 4 Weeks Air Training LuVerne — Richard Krause, 21-year-old son of 'Mr and Mrs Clarence Krause and Jerry-Patterson, 22-year-old son of-Mr .and Mrs Milo' Patterson, left Friday from Fort Dodge for foui % weeks training in the Air Force-of, the Air Guard at Lackland'Air Force Base in Texas. The boys-are 1956 graduates of the LuVerne-.-High School. Surprise On Birthday Mrs Dean Bowman • was honored with a surprised party Sun day evening at the home of hei -«<rter.' Mr f*nd Mrs Earl John on the occasion, of, her pir.thday April 3. - At four tab'les' of 500 high; Stanley Genrich, Mrs' Cli R4ftte$d§fcn,;5 IO'WK- Mr, • and Mr BdWman and travel, Junior Hard copf. Mrs Bowman receiyec gifts-from her friends. 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