Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1967 · Page 2
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*' ' " AWMM Join Rieke, Wesley, weds Gerald Morgan Sharon Kay Harms, daugh- •t of Mr. and Mrs. Albert arms of Algona, was given marriage by her father to ,'ialter Piatt, son of Denver 'iatt and the late Mrs. Piatt of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. The couple was married in the trvington Pres bytcrian Church on September 2, at 7:00 p.m. with Rev. Ralph Hindman performing the double ring ceremony. .Music was provided by Judy Colcman and Keith Strayer with Mrs. Gerald Schmitt accompanying them at the piano. 'Her maid of honor was DiaiVa Iscbrands and bride- maid was Ardith Harms, cousin of the bride. The flower girls were Kristal and Kimberly Culbertson with Brett Piaitt, nephew of the groom, serving as ring bearer. Mrs. Durwood Walker served as personal attendant. The 'grooms attendants were David Piatt, brother of the groom, ias best man and Russell Wotloy — Joan Marie Ricke, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Ricke and the tats Edward. Ricke became the bride of Gerald Morgan, son of the Tony Morgans of rural Lone Tree, August 12 <at 3:30 p.m. in the St. Thomas More chapel in Lone Tree. The Rev. J. W. McEleney officiated and organists were Ann Brown, Iowa City, and Mrs. Rob art Jongewaard of Wesley, soloist was Ronald Johnson of Wesley. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Henry Ricke. The bride chose her sister, Rose Ricke of Mason City to bs Maid of Honor. Bridesmaid was the groom's sister Susan Morgan, Iowa City. •Best man was Eldon Hotz, Iowa City, and groomsman was Leamon Norman, Lone Tree. Ushers were Richard Harms as groomsman. Ushers Gerot and Gene Koanighain were Donald Hansen, and both of Iowa City and broth- Louie Piatt. ers in law of the bridegroom. A reception was held fol- A reception was held at lowing the ceremony in the the Carousel Cafe, Coralville. church parlor for 100 guests. They went on a wedding Patricia Harms, sister of the trip to Colorado and are liv- bride, attended the guest ing in Lone Tree, book. Ann Wilson and Mrs. she is a graduate of the Donald Hansen cut the cake. University of Iowa practical Jennie Harms, aunt of the nursing education program bride, and Mrs. Tim Long and he is a practical nurse at poured. Punch was served by University hospital. The bride- Charlotte and Roberta Piatt. .groom, a Lone Tree graduate, Karleen Klein, Charleen j s engaged in farming near Klein;, Gloria Canaday and Lone Tree. Carol Leek were in charge of gifts. Ladies in the kitchen WIRTH REUNION were Mrs, B. 0. Davis, Mrs. Gerald Coleman, Mrs. Phyllis • 1 married A Wirth family reunion W as held Sunday in the educa- Struthers, Mrs. Margaret Kent tional building at the Algona and Mrs. A. J. Eastman with fairgrounds with 106 present. Mr. and Mrs. Garel Leek serv- Wesleyans included Mrs. Ther ing as hosts. esa Foertsch, Rosemary Will Sharon graduated from Ti- an d John, Beatrice Hildman, tonka high school and is em- the Irvin and the Clare Hild- ployed at St. Ann Hospital, mans, Urban Neuroths, Ollie Walter is employed at United and Angeline Foertsch, and Builders at Algona. After a ... short wedding 'trip the couple will be at home at 1314 Oak Street, Algona, Iowa. MNNIMIMItmlllHIUI Keith Neurclths. Others uv eluded Ed Foertsch's, Burt; George Foertsch's and Lyle Kuypers, West Bend; Aelred Hildmans, Burt; Mrs. Frank Grant and family, Britt; Charles Heinens and Ferman Heinans-^Algona} Reese Martins; 'Barling;; 1 'John,,, Wirths, Bcjone; "^ Lawrence ? Wirths, Story City; Cyril Kellners, Sister Marcsne and a companion Sister from Bancroft; Larry St. Johns, Fort Dodge; Jim Heinans, Algona and Joe Heinens, Humboldt. Fran's Beautyrama, Algona. The groom is a mechanic for Ken's Auto. After a honeymoon to Yellowstone park and the Black Hills, they are at home in Al* ;ona. Shari Arndorfer married Shari Arndorfer, daughter sister. Mrs. Marilyn Arndorf- of Mrs. Helen Arndorfer and er, Corwith, and Mrs. Donna the late Henry Arndorfer, and Brown, Utica, Minn., both sis- Richard Lavrenz, son of Mr. ters of the bride, cut the and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz, of cake. Waitresses were Eileen Burt, were married Sept. 2 Widen, Jo Ann Widen, Alice at St. Cecelia's Catholic 'Grandgenett, Julie and Jan church. Father James Bruch Brown. Mary Ellen Ludwig, officiated at the double ring Debbie Arndorfer and Shari ceremony. The bride was es- Nelson opened gifts, corted by her brother, Robert The bride is a beautician at Arndorfer. Maid of honor was Gloria Widen, of Mason City, the bride's sister. Bridesmaids were Doreen Tnilges, Algona, and Mrs. Loreli Redemske, of Algona, the groom's sister. Best man was Richard Arndorfer, Renwick, brother of the bride. Groomsmen were Floyd Lavrenz, Algona, the groom's brother, and Darwin Koepke, Burt. Ushers were Allan Williamson, Fort Dodge, and John Widen, Owatonna, Minn. Soloist was Jane Arndorfer accompanied by Mary Hamilton, both Algona. A reception was held at the Algona Legion Hall following the ceremony. Mrs. Delores Arndjorfer had the gyest book. Mrs. Florence Qrandgenett, Corwith, served punch with Mrs. Karen Kaul, Rapids, the groom's Duane Studer, Long Beach, Calif., came for the funeral of (his father, August Studer, 67, Saturday morning. Carol.Root, who teaches in Columbia Heights, Minn, and Carolyn Roberts, Minneapolis, Minn., spent the weekend at L. T. Root's. A group of women 'attended the D.C.C.W. meeting at Garrigan Tuesday. Mrs. P. C. Haynes is a patient in the Britt hospital. Her iions and daughters have been wilth her most of the time. Sunday guests at Frank Hauptly's home were the Elmer iHauptlys, Garner, and George Elkes, Titonka. The Roy Keyes, Sleepy Eye, Minn., spent several days last week with the Fred Seefelts They have been neighbors at Weslaco, Texas., where they spent the winter months, iBanns of marriage; \0ere published for the first time in St. Josephs Catholic church for Katherine Wagjner and James Aman. WEDNESDAY BUYS oo? 6:30 P.M. 9:00 />.Af. MERCHANTS AND CLERKS WILL BE IN NIGHT CLOTHES; BUT ADN I WIRING I Connoctod or Corroctod UTT "JIM UTT" • ELECTRIC S THIS NESSAQE IMUBHT TO YOU BY THE FOLLOWING ALflOttA MERCHANTS: Phone 295-2223 •••••••••••••••a MANUFACTURERS, Univortil MUnwr«cturinf C«. FURNITURE - OFFICE SUFFLlif •jvttr*** Fvrnlturo Cf. Fvrniluro ft CarpoU, Inf. ORUOITORIS Ortif llutk Oruf ft Jtw«lry INTIRTAINMJNT * IttrNft ThMtrtt. DRY CHANIRS 4 LAUNDRY Mttftrn Dry Cl««n«r« SF1CIAL IIRVICII FARM EQUIPMENT Ugono Flour ft Food Co, Jot Bridloy Buichor Bro*. 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