The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1959
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• v If t! J -it Algontt (to.) Upper t>« MoinM Thursday, Juty 16, Swea City Pair |ed June 21 AtLedyard City — Betty Schwartz, - of Mrs Olgn Schwartz James Smith, son of Mr and Walter R. Smith, all of Swea GHy, were united in marriage j Jtme 21 at the Evangelical and Reformed Church at Ledyard. Kev. Victor Vriesen read the dou- {jje ring ceremony. Mrs Gregory Deim furnished thfe organ music tmd accompanied Walter L. Pet- gji-son as he sang. *.' The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Gus Simonsmeier. jftore a white gown of tulle and ehantilly lace over a double foundation of ruffled net and j&ffeta. The basque bodice is deeply appliqued with lace sprin- Jped with pastel sequins. The sweetheart neckline was outlined E sequin late scallops. The long lie sleeves capped with lace at ttie. shoulders. Her headpiece ^as a half crown of seed pearls and sequins. The shoulder length veil,was of white imported English bridal illusion. The bride's ijjinly jewelry was pearl earrings. « The bride's only attendant was tier sister, Evelyn Schwartz. Dick Smith was best man. Ushers were Edwin Schwartz and Art Smith. ~ The reception following the eeremony was,held in the church. •Mrs Robert Kinseth had charge of *Ehe guest book. Arlene Jansen, Sladys Helland and Velida Bruns opened and displayed the gifts. The waitresses were Karen Sch- jjeder, Janet Johnson and Janin Goetz. •** The" dining room hostess was IMarvin Junkermeier, J a n i c o globbs and Mrs Robert Fisher «ut and served the cake. Coffee $ras poured by Mrs Art W. Lar- jjgon and Mrs Robert Hines. : Arthur Beenken EOf Wesley Weds ^Minnesota Girl * Wesley t— Marlene Ann Peder- |jon, daughter of the Rev. and 3ms C. s. Pederson, Clarks Grove «sMinn., and Arthur Raymonr B enken, son of Mr and 'Mm ns Beenken of Brill, were irried, Saturday, June 20, at 8 *p.m. in Hhe .Eas.t'Freeborn Lu Theran church . north - of Alber 5lea, in the presence of some 45i guests. , *| The bride was attended by Mr John O. Pederson of Minneapoli *BS matron of honor and Miss Dol 'tjres Nelson and Mrs Howard Jensen both of Minneapolis and ^Harriet Beenken, sister of the Bridegroom of- Albert Lea, were She bridesmaids. ; Jt\ John Pederson, brother of the; Wide of Minneapolis, was the best Snan with Dan Beenken, Ken- ^seth Beenken and Clarence Bccn- »}ten, broihers, as, the grooms- '^icn. Knut SveiriaV of Minnca- ^dolis'and-Orville Beenken, brother of the bridegroom of Buck- j^gham, Iowa, were ushers. r" A reception for the couple was ••tveld in the church parlors fol- jjwwing the ceremony. ^ Following -a two weeks wed- •dlng trip to Arizona, the couple lire living in Wesley. ± The 'bride is a graduate of the -Albert Lea high school, altend- ?6d St. Olaf college at Norbhfield, iiinn. and graduated from the •Minnesota School of Business. ;She was employed as a secretary 4n Minneapolis at the time- of .her •marriage. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Titonka high ^chool and the American Institute •af Business in DCS Moines, and ^served two years in -the Army, ^ince then he has been employed •at the Farmers Cooperative So- Igiety at Wesley. NQTES OF SERVICE MEN » GUAM, M. I. — Marine Pfc. •Gerald C. Hcaetland,-son of Mr Snd :CpIrs Jerry R. Heetland of J^akotBi is serving with the Marine Barracks on Guam, M. 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