The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 5
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Thursday, June 11, 1959
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'$&$**',1-'\ ,,- *>;.;«-"/?,.', -,.. .' :'H^?<WM Bfdet ALWAYS SHOP THE There's no better way to save — everyday SATISFACTION GUARANTEED CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED TO YOUR LIKING - NO CHARGE CORN - FED NICE - N - LIGHT BEEF ^uitff i ^, ' * filter and Paul's Catholic ".«$t Bend was. the scene' J df .a bedding Tuesday morning, c JUne -2, wheri Mary, Jp Thilges beca'me the'bride of Al .Grill. The bride is a daughter of Mr .'and Mrs Emil Thilges, West Bend,, and the bridegroom, the . sbn of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Grill of. Algona. " : Kev. Lewis Greving officiated at ' the" double ring ceremony. 'Kathleen Griff in,'Algona, was organist and Jim Drone, soloist. .. .The ibride', was escorted to the graving) altar'by her father. • : -3 (Marianne'Nurre, Bancroft, was maid of honor and Bette Thilges, 'sister., '"of the Taride, was bridesmaid. * ... '} Ronald Briggs, Algona, was best man and Joe Buscher, Jr., Algona, was groomsman. Mike Thilges and Dennis Hubert, bro- $ier "arid cousin of the bride, Respectively, were ushers. ?,'. The bride wore a white silk organza and Chantilly lace gown ..! |, fashioned -with, a chapel -.length mes neie< irain. Her..fitted basque bodice '\featured a sabrina neckline and ''was' of Chantilly lace. The fully :gathered silk organiza skirt was Accented down the front",by a panel ;6f Chantilly 4ace and by 'self-'fabric foses"at each side and ''back of. skirt. Her fingertip veil of "imported • silk illusion was ' held in place by an all pear] 'crown. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace and earrings, a gift of j itie" bridegroom. She carried a white orchid on a white prayer book with streamers of red rose buds. - ,. .- Following the ceremony, a din' ner for 125 guests was held at the Presentation Ballroom, Whitte- 'more. A reception .was held from ''.two to four ""O'clock in the after : , noon.- , ' _ . '.Mrs Lawrence Thilges, Bode, .'aunt of the bride,, poured and ' Mrs Peter Gengler; LeMars, cut the cake. Mrs. Frank Brmk, •"Bancroft, Had charge -of the guest • book. Miss- Ruth Dhoudt, Rpch ester, Mann, and-Miss-Guen-Gual, 'Dubuque,- classmates of the bride, 'bad charge of the^gifts. _Tabla . waitresses were LaVonne w-inkei •' Ruth Dhoudt, Arlene Kramer -,'Guen Gual," Marian Thilges and S.Anita Burns. " ". , '• The* bride' is a graduate of the CWest Bend high school and ol '; Mercy School .ol Nursing, at Mar shalltown. She has been em- plpyed at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn. ' .. . The bridegroom Ls a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona. He served in the' armed forces at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Fort Chaffee, Ark. and is presently farming with his father. After a wedding trip to, the Black Hills and northern Minnesota, Mr and Mrs Grill will be at home five miles south of Alg6na (Glenn Studio Foto - UDM En- CUDAHY y S SLICED Cedar Falls Man Injured In Car Crash Two traffic mishaps, occurring about the same time Friday evening were reported to authorities here. - Ge % raHa"J. Jergens;-19, "Algona, had parked his car in the city parking lot here and then drove it home about 11:25. Later he discovered it had been hit by an "unknown car. Damages were estimated at $100.' Algona policeman-Bill Schwarzenbach investigated. A telephone pole on the' Lu- Verne main street was damaged vhen a car driven by George B. Scott, 23, Cedar Falls, couldn't | make a curve. Delmer Bell, 24, ledar Falls, a passenger in the car received cuts on the 1 right ] arm and the car received damages amounting to $2QO.- The telephone brace pole was damaged' about, $75 wor.th. The mishap was reported to Deputy Sheriff Don Wood at the Sheriff's office 5 - IB. BOX , Back. By Request SUN GIRL MARGARINE LB. FOR Si COLD CUTS SLICED PICKLE LOAF LUNCHEON LOAF OLD FASHION LOAF YOUR CHOICE LB. ARMOUR STAR CANNED PICN 5-lb. Tin? CHOICE CUTS OF Roast SWEET RASHER SLICED BACON Handicraft Program The annual handicraft program for'Algona -youngsters will begin, next'Monday, June 15. Sessions will be held Monday through •Friday each week from 9 to 11:45' at Bryant school. Edith.) a.m. Christiansen, I.S.T.C. student from Algona, will/supervise the program; Hdmbr Clark who is employed in'the southern part of the state spent the weekend here with his' ; \vife and- family, f AT CONSUMER'S COUPON This Coupon Is Good For 50 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $5.00 Or More OR 1 00 FREE S & 'H GREEN STAMPS • With Any Purchase ,Of $10,00.., Or More CONSUMER'S! Limit . . . One Coupon Per Customer! 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